200 Cadillacs (2003)

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Released 9-Feb-2004
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Elvis Presley will forever be an icon of the 20th century. The music he created and charisma he projected influenced society and cultures the world over. August 2002 was the 25th anniversary of the passing of the bona fide King of Rock and Roll. With the recent release of the CDs 30#1s, 2nd to None, A Little Less Conversation and Rubberneckin' within the past year, Elvis remains an amazing phenomenon.

200 CADILLACS is a documentary film that focuses on the generosity of Elvis Presley. The King's gift of choice was a shiny new Cadillac. The producers sought out candid and personal interviews with many of the recipients of these automobiles and other extraordinary gifts. Elvis' original drummer, D.J.Fontana, back-up singers Gordon Stoker of the Jordanaires and Myrna Smith of the Sweet Inspirations, personal nurse Marian Cocke, longtime girlfriend Linda Thompson, karate instructor Kang Rhee, Cadillac salesmen Joey Abel and Ernie Barrasso, personal assistant Jerry Schilling and many others tell touching and often funny stories of Elvis Presley's generosity. These interviews are presented with over 200 photos of Elvis during different periods of his life, including many never before published.

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Alex Paige
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Dan Griffin
Genre Year Running Time Format Region Coding
Documentary 2003 62:40 576i (PAL) 4
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English Dolby Digital 2.0 (224Kb/s)
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