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ELVIS PRESLEY PUBLICITY STILLS FROM HIS FILMS
ELVIS PRESLEY PUBLICITY STILLS FROM HIS FILMS

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ELVIS PRESLEY PUBLICITY STILLS FROM HIS FILMS
A large collection of over three-hundred black and white stills from various Elivs films with most displaying typed publicity text on the back. From the personal files of MGM publicist, Dore Freeman, who worked closely with EP, images are from the following movie titles: "Blue Hawaii," "Change of Habit," "Charro," "Clambake," "Double Trouble," "Easy Come, Easy Go," "Elvis on Tour," "Flaming Star," "Follow That Dream," "Frankie and Johnny," "Fun in Alcapulco," "Girls, Girls, Girls," "Girl Happy," "Harum Scarum," "It Happened At The World's Fair," "Jailhouse Rock," "Kid Galahad," "King Creole," "Kissin' Cousins," "Live A Little, Love A Little," "Love Me Tender," "Loving You," "Paradise Hawaiian Style," "Roustabout," "Speedway," "Spinout," "Stay Away Joe," "That's The Way It Is," "Tickle Me," "Viva Las Vegas" and "Wild In The Country." Additionally, an assorted group of approximately eighty color and black and white non-film related publicity stills of EP are included.
8 x 10 inches
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