miércoles, 22 de febrero de 2012

ELVIS FILMOGRAPHY



 



YearTitleRoleCo-starsNotes
1956Love Me TenderClint RenoRichard EganDebra PagetElvis' first movie role. It's the only film in which Presley did not get top billing (he came third after Egan and Paget). This was also the only film he made where his character was killed on screen.
1957Loving YouJimmy Tompkins (Deke Rivers)Lizabeth ScottWendell Corey,Dolores HartThe first Elvis film in color. Presley's parents were cast as audience members. After his mother's death in 1958, Elvis never watched this movie again.
Jailhouse RockVince EverettJudy TylerMickey ShaughnessyJudy Tyler and her husband were killed in a car wreck on July 3, 1957, just days after filming ended. A devastated Elvis refused to watch the movie as a result. Composer Mike Stoller appears in the movie as the band pianist.
1958King CreoleDanny FisherCarolyn JonesWalter MatthauDean JaggerDolores HartPresley's favorite of the films he made.[1] This was also the last Elvis movie filmed in black and white and his last movie before going into the Army. The movie was loosely based on a 1952 novel A Stone for Danny Fisher by Harold Robbins.
1960G.I. BluesTulsa McLeanJuliet ProwseThe 32nd Armored was Presley's regiment when he was in the Army, so it was used for the film. Incidentally, this was Elvis' first movie after his Army release. The soundtrack album went to No. 1 on Billboard and spent over two years (111 weeks) on the Billboard charts.
Flaming StarPacer BurtonBarbara EdenSteve ForrestDolores del RioJohn McIntireAndy Warhol's famous diptych of Presley as a cowboy came from a shot in this movie. This is the second movie that Elvis' character dies, but after the outcry following Love Me Tender, Elvis rides into the wilderness to die.
1961Wild in the CountryGlenn TylerHope LangeTuesday WeldMillie PerkinsMillie Perkins broke her arm when she had to slap Presley's character.
Blue HawaiiChad GatesJoan BlackmanAngela LansburyThe soundtrack for this movie became Presley's most successful chart album. It spent twenty consecutive weeks at #1 on the Billboard Top LP's chart in 1961-1962. Golden Globe and Tony Award winning actress Lansbury co-starred as Elvis' mother, although in reality she was only nine years older than he was.
1962Follow That DreamToby KwimperArthur O'ConnellAnne HelmThis was Shot in Citrus County, Florida and Levy County, Florida.
Kid GalahadWalter Gulick / Dustin Holmes / Kid GalahadCharles BronsonGig YoungLola AlbrightJoan BlackmanThis is a remake of a 1937 film.
Girls! Girls! Girls!Ross CarpenterStella StevensJeremy SlateLaurel GoodwinThe only one of his feature films to be nominated for a Golden Globe.
1963It Happened at the World's FairMike EdwardsJoan O'BrienGary LockwoodVicky TiuKurt Russell makes his movie debut (uncredited)—the kid who kicks Elvis in the shin.
Fun in AcapulcoMike WindgrenUrsula AndressElsa Cardenas,Alejandro Rey,Teri Garr makes an uncredited movie debut as an extra.
1964Kissin' CousinsJosh Morgan / Jodie TatumArthur O'ConnellGlenda FarrellJack AlbertsonPamela AustinYvonne CraigFilmed after Viva Las Vegas, this is Elvis' first dual role. Presley loathed the "strawberry blond" wig he had to wear as the hillbilly cousin in this film, in part because it made him look as he had before deciding to dye his hair black in 1957.[48] The film and soundtrack would be The King's final work preceding the arrival of The Beatles.
Viva Las VegasLucky JacksonAnn-MargretCesare DanovaWilliam DemarestFilmed before Kissin' Cousins. Elvis had an off-screen romance with his co-star Ann-Margret. This would be Presley's most successful film at the box office, returning more than $5 million to MGM on an investment of less than $1 million due to the dynamic combination of Presley, Ann-Margret and David Winters' choreography. Winters' first of four films he choreographed for Elvis.[36] However, $5,000,000 would still be short of the box office returns of The Beatles' first moviewhich premiered two months after 'Viva'.
RoustaboutCharlie RogersBarbara StanwyckLeif EricksonJoan FreemanPresley insisted on doing his own stunt work, including a fight scene in which he incurred a head wound.[49] The film and soundtrack would be Presley's first work following the arrival of The Beatles.
1965Girl HappyRusty WellsShelley FabaresHarold J. Stone,Mary Ann MobleyNita TalbotShelley Fabares' first of three films she co-starred in with Elvis. Elvis would get so disgusted at the music he was given to sing, he wouldn't return to the studio for another session for eight months.
Tickle MeLonnie Beale / Panhandle KidJulie AdamsJocelyn LaneJack MullaneyThis is the only movie for which Presley did not record a new soundtrack; all songs had been recorded between 1960 and 1963 and already released.
Harum ScarumJohnny TyronneMary Ann MobleyFran JeffriesCol. Tom Parker wanted a talking camel in the movie.[50]
1966Frankie and JohnnyJohnnyDonna DouglasHarry MorganSue Anne LangdonThis is one of several movie variations based on the mid-19th century song of the same title
Paradise, Hawaiian StyleRick RichardsSuzanna LeighJames ShigetaDonna ButterworthThis was 10-year-old Donna Butterworth's second and final film.
SpinoutMike McCoyShelley FabaresDiane McBain,Deborah WalleyCarl BetzThe final film of veteran actress Una Merkel; President Lyndon Johnson visited Elvis on the set of this film.
1967Easy Come, Easy GoLt. (j.g.) Ted JacksonDodie MarshallPat PriestPat Harrington, Jr.Elsa LanchesterThe ship featured in the first part of the movie is the USS Gallant, an ocean-going minesweeper.
Double TroubleGuy LambertAnnette DayJohn WilliamsNorman RossingtonThis was the only movie Annette Day ever made.
ClambakeScott Heyward / 'Tom Wilson'Shelley FabaresWill HutchinsGary MerrillBill BixbyThe red sports car in this film is a 1959 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Racer.
1968Stay Away, JoeJoe LightcloudBurgess MeredithJoan BlondellKaty JuradoElvis as an Indian rodeo rider. Filmed after Speedway
SpeedwaySteve GraysonNancy Sinatra, Bill Bixby, Gale GordonWilliam SchallertThe film features cameos by several professional NASCAR drivers. Filmed beforeStay Away, Joe.
Live a Little, Love a LittleGreg NolanMichele CareyRudy ValleeDon PorterDick SargentAlbert, the Great Dane in the movie, was played by Presley's own dog Brutus. Presley's father Vernon is featured as a model for one of the photo shoots. Final film before taping of the '68 T.V. Special
1969Charro!Jess WadeIna BalinVictor FrenchThe only Presley film in which he was not filmed singing. The only movie in which Presley wears a beard. Gunsmoke and Rawhide producer Charles Marquis Warrenwas the director and screenwriter.
The Trouble with GirlsWalter HaleMarlyn MasonSheree NorthThe only Presley release that was part of a double bill—with The Green Slime(1968). Anissa Jones, best known for playing Buffy on the television programFamily Affair, stars in her only motion picture. Upon completion, Presley begins recording non-soundtrack material at American Sound Studios in Memphis.
Change of HabitDr. John CarpenterMary Tyler MooreBarbara McNair,Edward AsnerFeaturing Mary Tyler Moore and Ed Asner less than a year before their success on TV with Mary Tyler Moore Show. His only movie for Universal Studios. Playing a doctor who falls for a nun, this would be Presley's last feature film role.
1970Elvis: That's the Way It IsHimselfThe Imperials, The Sweet InspirationsConcert documentary; shot during Presley's third season in Las Vegas.
1972Elvis On TourHimselfJ.D. Sumner & The StampsConcert documentary; 1973 Golden Globe winner for Best Documentary film (it tied with Walls of Fire [1971]).