Elvis on Tour

Elvis on Tour

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Overview

Elvis on Tour

This documentary offers a look at Elvis Presley on and off-stage as he embarks upon a cross-country concert tour in the early '70s.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/03/2010
UPC: 0883929095568
Original Release: 1972
Rating: G
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:33:00
Sales rank: 17,152

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Elvis on Tour
1. Credits [2:11]
2. For the First Time [3:52]
3. See See Rider [3:01]
4. Polk Salad Annie [2:56]
5. Separate Ways [3:48]
6. There's the King [3:52]
7. Proud Mary [2:42]
8. Never Been to Spain [4:56]
9. Burning LOve [2:54]
10. Don't Be Cruel, Ready Teddy [4:44]
11. That's All Right [2:05]
12. Jesus Is the Lighthouse; Lead Me, Guide Me; Bosom of Abraham [4:14]
13. Love Me Tender [5:51]
14. Elvis Love [2:59]
15. I John [3:16]
16. Bridge Over Troubled Water [4:10]
17. Funny How Time Slips Away [3:17]
18. American Trilogy [4:14]
19. Elvis Country [6:32]
20. I Got a Woman [4:46]
21. A Big Hunk O' Love [2:01]
22. You Gave Me a Mountain [3:18]
23. Sweet Seet Spirit [2:42]
24. Lawdy Miss Clawdy [2:09]
25. Can't Help Falling in Love [3:29]
26. End Credits (Memories) [2:53]

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Elvis on Tour 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a very good documentary about Elvis. It shows him onstage doing what he does best but also backstage. You get a glimpse of Elvis the man and not just his image. A must for all Elvis fans.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This documentary shows Elvis performing during his 1972 tour. There's some great performances by Elvis and some fantastic songs such as c.c rider,proud mary,polk salad annie,separate ways, and his band is also fantastic.Overall an enjoyable concert when Elvis was at his peek.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am a big fan of EP yet I am also critical. There are some bright spots in the film such as his renditions of ''Bridge Over Troubled Water'' and ''Burnin' Love.'' However, he seems to be burnt-out on many of the numbers (this man toured constantly from 1969 until his death). It is worth watching simply to see that the seeds of this grealty talented man's downfall were already planted. Several times he appears white as a sheet and sickly- presumably from drug use. Also there is an interview with an annoying/screaming fan who probably never left her house after this was realeased due to embarrasement. Not his best, but it is candid. Not for the die-hard fans, because it isn't always pretty. Not for the haters, because it might give you more amunition. This is only for the honest critics who know this man was one of the greatest singers/entertainers that lived, but also know that he had his negative elements in his personal life that did affect his talents.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is Elvis Presley's 2nd docummentary playing himself, and his last movie (or not if you don't count the docummentaries). When the movie begins, we hear Elvis Presley speaking and we see a young Elvis Presley at about 2 or 3, with his parents, Vernon & Gladys Presley. Elvis is seen mostly in the movie on his 15 city tour. He has a comdein enternating his fans, until he hits the stage and sings ''C.C Rider'' and we aslo see Elvis Presley on the Ed Sullivan show. Is this movie worth an Elvis Presley concert ticket? I don't know.