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Complete Elvis Presley HD Movie Collection (All 31 On USB VDRIVE Format)

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This Is The Ultimate Elvis Presley Complete Movie Collection! It Features All 31 Movies In HD On One High-Capacity USB VDRIVE! That’s Only $2.81 per Movie! Includes a FREE Bonus Movie: This Is Elvis (1981) HD

This New USB VDRIVE Format Will Play On PCs, Laptops, DVD Players & TVs. Basically, It Will Play On Anything That Has A USB Port.

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Welcome To The Future!

Introducing the New USB VDRIVE

Over the years the devices used to store and play our movies on have changed for the better. We first had the VHS Tape. Then the Beta which was smaller and better but really didn't take off to well. Then came the wonderful DVD. Then even better than that, out came the HD Blu-Ray DVD. The popular way we watch movies now is HD Streaming. You can rent or buy your movie but there are a few downsides with that. First, it can get kinda pricey. With renting, you have to pay between $3.95 - $5.95 and you only have 24 hours to watch it. Then it's gone. The other option is to Buy the movie from anywhere between $12.95 - $19.95, then you get to watch it over and over again. But did you know that you don't actually own that movie that you just shelled out $20.00 for. That's because you never really download it. It's stored on the servers of whatever streaming service you bought it on, whether it be Amazon, Google Play, iTunes etc... so although you may have access to it, you don't really have it because it's not downloaded on anything of yours. For example, what if you no longer have internet access? You can't watch your movie you "supposedly" own. Or, what if the service you purchased it from is no longer in business? Yes, it CAN happen. Again, you can't watch your movie or many, many movies you may have purchased over the years. You are simply out of luck, your money and your movies are gone and you're left with nothing!

Now There's A Simple & Safe Way To Buy & Watch Movies

We now have the NEW High-Capacity USB VDRIVE Stick to store and watch all of our movies on. And guess what? You physically own the movies and you can play them whenever & wherever you want, without an internet connection. Plus, you can easily take them with you in your pocket anywhere and play them on basically anything that has a USB port. Your PC, Laptop, DVD Player or TV. Think about that for a minute. With this incredible Elvis movie package, instead of carrying 31 individual DVDs around with you, every movie, all 31, are on one little USB VDRIVE that you can even put on your key-chain and carry it with you right in your pocket. Yes, every single HD Elvis movie is always right at your fingertips to watch anywhere, anytime and forever because they Never wear out or get scratched like DVDs do. Simply just Plug & Play. Plus, remember, you don't need to have a high-speed internet connection to play these movies. It doesn't get any better than that. This really is the future of how we watch movies from now on.

Here's What's Included With This Movie Package:

 

Love Me Tender

 

Love Me Tender (1956)

His first movie had major consequences for Elvis Presley's future Hollywood career.

 

 

 

Loving You

 

Loving You (1957)

By having Elvis sing early and often, Hal Wallis created the formula used for future Presley movies.

 

 

 

Jailhouse Rock

 

Jailhouse Rock (1957)

In his third movie, Elvis Presley played a rock 'n' roll bad boy and got some credit for his acting while doing it.

 

 

 

King Creole

 

King Creole (1958)

In his fourth movie, Elvis Presley's smoldering performance as an angry and confused young man earned him the best reviews of his acting career.

 

 

 

G. I. Blues

 

G.I. Blues (1960)

In his fifth movie, Elvis Presley starred in a musical comedy that was panned by critics but whose commercial success made it the formula for his future Hollywood films.

 

 

Flaming Star

 

Flaming Star (1960)

In his role as a half-breed in Flaming Star, his sixth movie, Elvis Presley continued to develop his acting ability in the best of the three Westerns that he made in his film career.

 

 

Wild in the Country

 

Wild in the Country (1961)

In his role as a emotionally troubled young man in Wild in the Country,his seventh movie, Elvis Presley tackled the most challenging dramatic role of his career.

 

 

 

Blue Hawaii

 

Blue Hawaii (1961)

A colorful South Seas backdrop, Elvis crooning 14 songs, and a light comedic story line combined to make Blue Hawaii the most successful film in Elvis Presley's Hollywood career.

 

 

Follow That Dream

 

Follow That Dream (1962)

In his ninth film, Elvis showed some natural comedic talent as the naive but clever son in a hillbilly family battling gangsters and the Florida welfare department.

 

 

Kid Galahad

 

Kid Galahad (1962)

Presley plays a physical role as a singing prize fighter, supported by a fine supporting cast, including Charles Bronson, Gig Young, and Lola Albright.

 

 

 

Girls! Girls! Girls!

 

Girls! Girls! Girls! (1962)

Presley plays a singing fisherman who performs 12 musical numbers while trying to decide between two female admirers and a sailboat.

 

 

 

It Happened at the World's Fair

 

It Happened at the World's Fair (1963)

At the Seattle World's Fair, Elvis Presley plays a singing playboy pilot who woos a nurse while helping a little girl find her father.

 

 

 

Fun in Acapulco

 

Fun in Acapulco (1963)

With the then popular resort city as a backdrop, Elvis sings 11 songs as a lifeguard-troubadour who goes to Mexico to deal with a troubled past.

 

 

 

Kissin' Cousins

 

Kissin' Cousins (1964)

Elvis sings nine songs while playing two roles in a Li'l Abner style film that became the model for the rest of his Hollywood career.

 

 

 

Viva Las Vegas

 

Viva Las Vegas (1964)

An energetic, musical romp, Viva Las Vegas featured sizzling co-stars Elvis and Ann-Margret, lots of music, and an exciting road race on its way to becoming one of 1964's top box office films.

 

 

Roustabout

 

Roustabout (1964)

After bad boy Elvis Presley hooks up with Barbara Stanwyck's struggling carnival, he sings his way through good and bad times in this 1964 Paramount feature.

 

 

 

Girl Happy

 

Girl Happy (1965)

In his 17th film, Elvis heads a band playing during spring break in Fort Lauderdale, where he pursues both shapely Mary Ann Mobley and pretty Shelly Fabares.

 

 

 

Tickle Me

 

Tickle Me (1965)

Elvis plays his first straight comedic role as a singing ranch hand, who fights off girls and bad guys while helping shapely Jocelyn Lane search for hidden gold.

 

 

 

Harum Scarum

 

Harum Scarum (1965)

Elvis battles Arab assassins and a flawed script, while singing nine songs in an effort to win the heart of a lovely Arab princess, played by Mary Ann Mobley.

 

 

 

Frankie and Johnny

 

Frankie and Johnny (1966)

Elvis sings a dozen songs while playing a riverboat gambler/entertainer who plays both sides of the romantic fence in an effort to change his luck at the gambling tables.

 

 

 

Paradise, Hawaiian Style

 

Paradise, Hawaiian Style (1966)

Elvis returns to the islands where he romantically juggles five girls while trying to make it as a helicopter pilot in the tourist business.

 

 

 

Spinout

 

Spinout (1966)

Elvis plays a singing race car driver who tries to resist the charms of three women (Shelley Fabares, Diane McBain, Deborah Walley), all of whom are determined to marry him.

 

 

 

Easy Come, Easy Go

 

Easy Come, Easy Go (1967)

As a singing frogman, Elvis spoofs the mid-sixties counter culture while trying to recover a treasure chest from a sunken ship.

 

 

 

Double Trouble

 

Double Trouble (1967)

Elvis plays a traveling discotheque singer in Europe, who battles a host of smugglers and assassins while trying to protect a young heiress.

 

 

 

Clambake

 

Clambake (1967)

As a wealthy young man pretending to be an ordinary Miami Beach ski instructor, Elvis romances Shelley Faberas while preparing to compete in a speed boat race.

 

 

 

Stay Away, Joe

 

Stay Away, Joe (1968)

As the prodigal son of an American Indian family, Elvis returns to the reservation for a non-stop party of brawling and girl-chasing.

 

 

 

Speedway

 

Speedway (1968)

Elvis plays a stock car driver who squares off over taxes and romance with IRS agent Nancy Sinatra in this musical-comedy featuring vintage racing footage.

 

 

 

Live a Little, Love a Little

 

Live a Little, Love a Little (1968)

Elvis plays a swinging, singing photographer, who finds himself entangled in the web of a quirky woman, played by Michele Carey.

 

 

 

Charro!

 

Charro! (1969)

Elvis plays a bearded gunfighter who battles a gang leader over a stolen Mexican cannon and a woman saloon owner, played by Ina Balin.

 

 

 

The Trouble with Girls

 

The Trouble with Girls (1969)

Elvis, as the manager of a 1920s traveling Chautauqua show, deals with a multitude of problems, including a murder, to ensure that the show will go on.

 

 

 

Change of Habit

 

Change of Habit (1969)

Elvis plays an idealistic doctor, who, along with three sisters of mercy, led by Mary Tyler Moore, works to solve problems in a tough city ghetto.

 

 

Bonus Movie!

This Is Elvis (1981)

This Is Elvis is clearly the best documentary ever produced about Elvis Presley. Particularly for the current younger generation of Elvis fans, those who did not grow up with him in real time, this video biography will help put their idol’s life in perspective.

 

Satisfaction Guaranteed!

 

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Weight 2 oz
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 1 in

1 review for Complete Elvis Presley HD Movie Collection (All 31 On USB VDRIVE Format)

  1. Paul Green

    Paul Green (verified owner)

    I’ve been looking for something like this for the last two years. Nobody had all the Elvis movies together for sale. They either had a few, then another company would have a different few. Always were missing the ones I wanted. It was so frustrating! I’m so happy I found this. Finally, all Elvis’ movies together in one place. This is a True movie collection. I’m so pleased with this purchase. I also love having it all on a usb stick. Makes it so easy. I just plug it in the back of my TV and bam, all the Elvis movies are right there for me to choose from. WOW! Well worth the money. Thank you.

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