Elvis Has Left the Building

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Overview

One woman's unusual relationship with rock & roll's greatest icon leads her into an unexpected romance in this comedy. Harmony Jones (Kim Basinger) saw Elvis Presley in concert when she was a child, and the event had a profound impact on her, as she communicates with the youthful spirit of the King of Rock 'n' Roll on a regular basis. However, Harmony has notoriously bad luck with Elvis impersonators, who tend to drop dead when she's around. After accidentally running into a carload of Elvis tribute ...
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Overview

One woman's unusual relationship with rock & roll's greatest icon leads her into an unexpected romance in this comedy. Harmony Jones (Kim Basinger) saw Elvis Presley in concert when she was a child, and the event had a profound impact on her, as she communicates with the youthful spirit of the King of Rock 'n' Roll on a regular basis. However, Harmony has notoriously bad luck with Elvis impersonators, who tend to drop dead when she's around. After accidentally running into a carload of Elvis tribute performers, Harmony abandons her career selling cosmetics door to door and hits the road, hoping to outrun the lawmen who are now on her trail. As Harmony roams the highways, she meets Miles Taylor (John Corbett), a lawyer from New York City trying to escape some troubles of his own. Directed by Joel Zwick, who made the surprise hit My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Elvis Has Left the Building also stars Annie Potts, Sean Astin, and Billy Ray Cyrus.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Commentary with director, Joel Zwick; Trailers
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/2/2005
  • UPC: 031398179221
  • Original Release: 2004
  • Rating:

  • Source: Lions Gate
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:30:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 76,832

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kim Basinger , Harmony
John Corbett
Sean Astin
Annie Potts
Denise Richards
Technical Credits
Joel Zwick Director
Mitchell Ganem Screenwriter
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Main Titles / Memphis 1958 [4:09]
2. Pink Lady [6:12]
3. A Loser [3:08]
4. Bedspreads [4:01]
5. Sugar and Spice [3:31]
6. Yet Another Elvis [5:15]
7. Trade Lives [3:10]
8. A Love Note [4:34]
9. Surrender [2:55]
10. Elvis Is Everywhere [4:13]
11. Rescued Cell Phone [4:13]
12. Mama [4:22]
13. Car Trouble [5:15]
14. All Dead [3:42]
15. Dropping Like Flies [2:25]
16. Stuck In A Trunk [4:57]
17. Angel of Death [4:18]
18. Dynamic Duo [4:25]
19. Elvis Is Alive [6:47]
20. End Credits [8:38]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play
   Scene Selection
   Set Up
      Audio
         English 5.1 (Dolby Digital)
         English 2.0 (Dolby Digital)
      Subtitles
         English
         Spanish
         Subtitles: Off
   Special Features
      Audio Commentary With Director Joel Zwick: On
      Audio Commentary With Director Joel Zwick: Off
      Trailers
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Hollywood is wising up.

    Nowadays, it is rare that a movie is produced which doesn't have shooting, cursing, and overt sex in it. This movie was a wonderful return to how movies were once made. I applaud the film industry for giving us a more innocent & fun film for those of us who are more mature adults (over 35). Loved it!

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