Finding Graceland

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After the death of his wife, Byron (Jonathon Schaech) finds himself chronically depressed, so he decides to hop into his junk heap of a car and drive to Memphis. Along they way he picks up a hitchhiker (Harvey Keitel) in a pink jacket who informs Byron he's Elvis Presley and wants to go back home to Graceland. As one might expect, Byron is convinced this guy is a few doughnuts short of a dozen, but the closer they get to Memphis, the more he wonders if there isn't a bit of Elvis in him after all, especially after...
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After the death of his wife, Byron (Jonathon Schaech) finds himself chronically depressed, so he decides to hop into his junk heap of a car and drive to Memphis. Along they way he picks up a hitchhiker (Harvey Keitel) in a pink jacket who informs Byron he's Elvis Presley and wants to go back home to Graceland. As one might expect, Byron is convinced this guy is a few doughnuts short of a dozen, but the closer they get to Memphis, the more he wonders if there isn't a bit of Elvis in him after all, especially after he picks up a beautiful Marilyn Monroe impersonator (Bridget Fonda). Priscilla Presley was an executive producer for this film, which features several scenes filmed inside Graceland.
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Special Features

Digitally remastered audio & anamorphic video; Production notes; Interactive menus; Languages: English and Spanish 2-channel [Dolby Surround]; Subtitles: English, French, Spanish; Director's commentary; Deleted scenes; Theatrical trailer; Talent and filmographies; Scene selections
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/10/1999
  • UPC: 043396040380
  • Original Release: 1998
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  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Cinemascope (2.35:1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Surround
  • Language: English, EspaƱol
  • Time: 1:37:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Harvey Keitel Elvis
Johnathon Schaech Byron Gruman
Bridget Fonda Ashley
Gretchen Mol Beatrice Gruman
David Stewart
Susan Traylor
Tammy Isbell
Peggy Gromley
Trae Thomas
Technical Credits
David Winkler Director, Original Story
Stuart M. Besser Co-producer
Bob Boykin Songwriter
Cary Brokaw Producer
Luis Colina Editor
Elliot Davis Cinematographer
Stephen Endelman Score Composer
Jason Horwitch Original Story, Screenwriter
Caty Maxey Art Director
Barr Potter Executive Producer
Priscilla Presley Executive Producer
Andrea Stone Co-producer
Jeffrey Townsend Production Designer
Julie Weiss Costumes/Costume Designer
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Scene Index

Scene Selection
0. Scene Selection
1. Start [6:05]
2. "the Name 's Elvis" [4:29]
3. Lunch [2:47]
4. Non-believer [3:46]
5. Time To Party [6:47]
6. Coincidence? [2:21]
7. Elvis At The Wheel [1:28]
8. Sheriff Haynes [5:45]
9. Out Of Control [2:39]
10. "elvis Covered You" [1:18]
11. Hollywood Casino [3:28]
12. Thanks & Apologies [2:13]
13. Ashley's Friends [2:05]
14. Another Deranged Soul [2:37]
15. Cooler Inside [3:27]
16. The Jitters [3:01]
17. "you'd Be Surprised" [3:14]
18. Stage Fright [2:28]
19. "suspicious Minds" [4:48]
20. John Burrows [3:15]
21. Farwells [2:09]
22. "walking In Memphis" [1:58]
23. Locked Out [1:53]
24. Graceland [7:33]
25. The Cemetery [4:45]
26. Candlelight Vigil [3:32]
27. "remember The King!" [:58]
28. Mystery Train [5:48]
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Menu

Main.
   Menu Group #1 with 28 chapter(s) covering 01:36:50
Special Features
   Deleted Scenes
      Elvis Fixes The Overheated Caddy
      Elvis Visits Elvis Grave
   Theatrical Trailers
      Finding Graceland
      Shadrach
      Hush
   Talent And Filmographies
      Harvey Keitel
      Jonathan Schaech
      Bridget Fonda
      Gretchen Mol
   Director's Commentary On/off
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Maybe four stars

    This is just a story about a guy who picks up a hitchhiker who claims to be Elvis. It should be prety simple to prove him wrong, but Keitel's (and the rest of the cast's) acting makes the issue pretty difficult to discern. So you have two hours of effective acting interspersed with too many flashback scenes of Gretchen Mol getting hit by a train. The worst thing about this movie is the editing. This movie is a must for Keitel fans and a worthwhile view for anyone else. I enjoyed it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A man picks up a hitchhicker who claims to be Elvis Presley in Finding Graceland.

    A man named Byron Gruman (Jonathon Schaech)who lost his wife (Gretchen Mol) decides to drive to Memphis to vist Graceland. Along the way he picks up a hitchhicker who cliams to be the late Elvis Presley. His name is Elvis (Havery Keitel). That's when the film begins. Along the way Byron falls for a Marilyn Monroe impersonator (Bridget Fonda). Byron runs into trouble with his car and Elvis leaves and calls a tow truck. When Byron gets his car back, it doesn't look like it crashed. That's the car his wife was in. In Memphis, Bryon and Elvis climbs over the wall and enter Graceland. But nobody inside Graceland, and Elvis sits on the stairs and cry. On the opening weekend of 3,000 miles to Graceland, stay home and watch Finding Graceland.

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