Elvis Films: “Loving You” (1957) & “King Creole” (1958)
Trivia : Dolores gave Elvis his firdt on-screen kiss
“Loving You” on VHS & DVD
Loving You(1957) VHS Loving You [DVD](1957) DVD Small-town gas station attendant Elvis Presley is pushed into stardom by promoter Lizabeth Scott as part of her ex-husband's country band. With Wendell Corey, Delores Hart and a cameo by Presley's mother, Gladys. Songs include "Teddy Bear," "Got a Lot of Living to Do" and the title tune. 102 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo.
King Creole(1958) VHS King Creole [DVD](1958) DVD One of Elvis Presley's finer acting roles came in this drama based on a novel by Harold Robbins. Elvis plays a singing busboy in New Orleans who gets a job from gangster Walter Matthau as a singer in a mob-owned nightclub. With Carolyn Jones, Dolores Hart, Vic Morrow; songs include "Hard-Headed Woman," "Crawfish" and the title tune. 115 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English; theatrical trailer; interactive menus; scene access.