Where were you on August 16, 1977?
I was working at the gift shop at the
Hermitage, Home of President Andrew
My mom called to tell me about
Elvis. There was a shop full of folks since
it was raining really hard outside and they
had gathered there till it let up.
Everyone was in shock, surprised
I loved Elvis. He had an amazing
voice. And oh those eyes!
Saw him in concert once.
Touched his hand while he was
leaning over the crowd.
I loved his movies too.
Loved watching them.
Sort of miss seeing those
movies these days.
What was your favorite
|1956||Love Me Tender||Clint Reno|||
|1957||Loving You||Jimmy Tompkins (Deke Rivers)|||
|1957||Jailhouse Rock||Vince Everett||Added to the National Film Registry in 2004|||
|1958||King Creole||Danny Fisher||Final film before military service|||
|1960||G.I. Blues||Tulsa McLean|||
|1960||Flaming Star||Pacer Burton|||
|1961||Wild in the Country||Glenn Tyler|||
|1961||Blue Hawaii||Chad Gates|||
|1962||Follow That Dream||Toby Kwimper|||
|1962||Kid Galahad||Walter Gulick / Kid Galahad|||
|1962||Girls! Girls! Girls!||Ross Carpenter|||
|1963||It Happened at the World's Fair||Mike Edwards|||
|1963||Fun in Acapulco||Mike Windgren|||
|1964||Kissin' Cousins||Josh Morgan / Jodie Tatum||Filmed after Viva Las Vegas|||
|1964||Viva Las Vegas||Lucky Jackson|||
|1965||Girl Happy||Rusty Wells|||
|1965||Tickle Me||Lonnie Beale / Panhandle Kid|||
|1965||Harum Scarum||Johnny Tyronne|||
|1966||Frankie and Johnny||Johnny|||
|1966||Paradise, Hawaiian Style||Rick Richards|||
|1967||Easy Come, Easy Go||Lt. (j.g.) Ted Jackson||Filmed after Double Trouble|||
|1967||Double Trouble||Guy Lambert|||
|1968||Stay Away, Joe||Joe Lightcloud||Filmed after Speedway|||
|1968||Live a Little, Love a Little||Greg Nolan|||
|1969||The Trouble with Girls||Walter Hale|||
|1969||Change of Habit||Dr. John Carpenter||(final film role)|||
|1970||Elvis: That's the Way It Is||Himself||Concert documentary|||
|1972||Elvis on Tour||Himself||Concert documentary|||
What was your favorite Elvis song?
Was going to copy and paste a list
of songs but this would be a really
love post that way.
The King of Rock and Roll has been gone
for 40 yrs.
Wow....I just realized that I have
aged since that day of Elvis' death.
I was 17 on that day...time
Thanks for stopping in,