Whether you are an Elvis Presley fan, or not - This documentary of vintage performance footage of the "King of Rock'n'Roll" in 1956 is sure to entertain you for its entire 50-minute running time.
At the time of these televised appearances Presley was just 24 years old and, yet, his overall confidence as a performer was already quite apparent.
IMO - The highlights of these 15 musical numbers was Presley performing the songs "Don't Be Cruel", "Love Me Tender", and "Hound Dog".
In that historical year of American pop culture (1956) - The youthful and exuberant rock'n'roller, Elvis Aaron Presley appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show 3 times, and, with that, his career's success was firmly cemented.
This 47-minute documentary (filmed in b&w) of archival footage offers the viewer a front-row seat to watch Elvis Presley swiveling his hips and performing 15 songs for his screaming fans.
This disc also includes some bonus footage of "Elvis" home movies, too.
(*Be sure to check out the "Hound Dog" music-video*)
why is he singing the same songs over and over?
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