Elvis Found Alive

Overview

Filmmaker Joel Gilbert draws on clandestine government files he unearthed as part of the Freedom of Information act to posit the theory that rock 'n' roll legend Elvis Presley assumed the identity of Federal Agent John Burrows after faking his death in 1977 and going to work for the DEA. An exclusive new interview with The King himself reveals the painstaking lengths Presley took to personally serve his country by fighting on the front lines of the War on Drugs.
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Overview

Filmmaker Joel Gilbert draws on clandestine government files he unearthed as part of the Freedom of Information act to posit the theory that rock 'n' roll legend Elvis Presley assumed the identity of Federal Agent John Burrows after faking his death in 1977 and going to work for the DEA. An exclusive new interview with The King himself reveals the painstaking lengths Presley took to personally serve his country by fighting on the front lines of the War on Drugs.
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Special Features

Lisa Marie Song Video
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/24/2012
  • UPC: 760137529491
  • Original Release: 2012
  • Source: Highway 61 Ent
  • Region Code: 0
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo
  • Language: English
  • Time: 2:08:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 27,744

Cast & Crew

Technical Credits
Joel Gilbert Director, Producer
Wayne Peet Score Composer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Elvis Found Alive
1. Elvis Found Alive (2012): If I'm ever gonna tell my story, now's the time [11:01]
2. Captain Marvel Jr Origins (1935-1955): Mama and me were like adhesive tape [6:51]
3. Elvis the Pelvis (1956-1958): My music let loose a pent up sexual frustration [6:36]
4. US Army Invervention (1959-1960): They tried to finish me off over in Germany [12:35]
5. Hollywood Schlock Formula (1961-1967): The Colonel told 'em 'shoot Elvis in a phone booth if you want' [13:45]
6. America Under Siege (1968-1969): The Weathermen were out to destroy America [8:50]
7. Federal Drug Enforcement Agent (1970): God wanted to use me in a more important way [6:23]
8. Fighting the Weather Underground (1971-1974): Bill Ayers' Communist terror group had to be stopped [10:04]
9. Battling the Mafia (1975-1976): I used Frank Sinatra to break up the mob [9:51]
10. Fake Death Plot (1977): The Weathermen and the Mafia put out a contract on my life [11:32]
11. Witness Protection Program (1978-1979): The Colonel had a secret past, far worse than I imagined [6:50]
12. The Struggle to Return (1980-2004): Mama had said to always prove I'm better than I was yesterday [12:06]
13. The Obama - Weathermen Nexus (2005-2011_: Bill Ayers created the Obama we know today [4:02]
14. Elvis is Back (2012): Everyone can be a superhero for America [10:07]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Elvis Found Alive
   Play Film
   Chapters
   New CD
      Every Breath You Take
      Heartbreak Hotel
      Lisa Marie (Song Video)
      After Loving You
      Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'
      Do You Know Who I Am?
      Big Boss Man
      The Dance
      Reconsider Baby
      Blue Hawaii
      That's All Right, Mama
      Right Here Waiting
      Are You Lonesome Tonight?
      Hawaiian Wedding Song
      Elvis is Back Rap
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