We have a brand new exclusive clip from Elvis: 75th Anniversary DVD Collection, which will be released in a 17-disc DVD set on August 3. Click below to watch this exclusive clip from one of Elvis Presley's films in this set, Viva Las Vegas, which will also be released in the Elvis Blu-ray Collection: Jailhouse Rock/Viva Las Vegas/Elvis on Tour on August 3. All three of those films will also be released On Demand and on digital download at iTunes as well, so click on the links above for more information.
In one of his most popular movies, Elvis Presley shared the screen with Ann-Margret in Las Vegas, easily creating the most electrifying teaming Elvis had on-screen. He's Lucky Jackson, a Grand Prix race driver working at a casino to raise cash for a new engine; she's a hotel swimming instructor. The romantic action revs up from their first meeting. Veteran director George Sidney, who guided Ann-Margret in the prior year's Bye Bye Birdie, combines the hormonal heat wave with fascinating sights of 1960s Las Vegas. Songs include the high-roller title track, the stars' duet on "The Lady Loves Me," her sultry "Appreciation" and the king's version of Ray Charles' "What'd I Say."
- Commentary by Steve Pond, rock journalist and author of "Elvis in Hollywood"
- Restored and Digitally-Remastered in a 16x9 master, enhanced for widescreen
- New featurette: Kingdom: Elvis in Vegas
- Soundtrack remastered in Dolby Digital 5.1 from original production elements
- Theatrical trailer
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