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Elvis Film Collection On Video

By Martie Zad The Washington Post

MGM Home Entertainment unveils “The Elvis Commemorative Collection,” 18 Elvis Presley films with their original theatrical trailers.

The videos are being released this week, not long before the 20th anniversary of Presley’s death, Aug. 18. They are available individually at $14.95 and in several sets: two sets of nine movies and three sets of four, as well as a deluxe edition of all 18 that includes memorabilia and is packaged in a 1950s-style guitar case for $350.

The nine-pack sets are $132.92 each. One has “Jailhouse Rock,” “Follow That Dream,” “Kid Galahad,” “Kissin’ Cousins,” “Elvis: The Lost Performances,” “Viva Las Vegas,” “Girl Happy,” “Harum Scarum” and “Frankie and Johnny,” plus a booklet, “Elvis: From Memphis to the Movies.” The other has “Spinout,” “Speedway,” “Clambake,” “Stay Away, Joe,” “Double Trouble,” “Live a Little, Love a Little,” “The Trouble With Girls,” “Elvis: That’s the Way It Is” and “Elvis on Tour” and a set of behind-the-scenes photos. The three four-movie packs are $44.92 each.

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