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Elvis: Frame by Frame : Behind the Scene Accounts about the Making of Nine of Elvis Presley's Films
Bram, Bill (2008)
WingSpan Press , Livermore (CA)
paperback , 378 pages , 23.6 x 19.1 x 2.1 cm , 0.721 kg
ISBN10: 1-59594-220-3 ISBN13: 978-1-59594-220-3
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" The best book I've ever read on Elvis' movies. It's an interview book. The interviews are edited so that the different interviewees answer the same question. This way we get to see each person's view on the topic in question. This book is great for info on Elvis the personality. We get to know how he felt about his movies and other topics + we get to know him more personally. These movies get their own chapters: “King Creole”, “Kid Galahad”, “Roustabout”, “Easy Come, Easy Go”, “Double Trouble”, “Clambake”, “Live a Little, Love a Little”, “The Trouble with Girls” and “Change of Habit”. The last chapter is on “A Star is Born” and other movies which Elvis was considered for, but did not take part in. Read it! You won't regret it! If you can find it... "
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