Television special featuring Elvis Presley's last tour before his death.

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Vernon Presley ...
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Sylvia Shemmell ...
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Television special featuring Elvis Presley's last tour before his death.

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3 October 1977 (USA)  »

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Trivia

In the unedited version of "Elvis In Concert' (1977), there is a second performance of "Are You "Lonesome Tonight" with no forgotten words. However, Elvis' microphone had failed and he performed the song with Charley Hodge holding a mike and standing right next to him, leading to some onstage humor. See more »

Quotes

Elvis Presley: [last words from Elvis on the concert before closing song] 'Til we meet you again. May God bless you. Adios.
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Connections

Edited into Elvis by the Presleys (2005) See more »

Soundtracks

I Got a Woman
Written by Ray Charles
Performed by Elvis Presley
(filmed but left out of the TV special)
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Looked bad...Sounded great !
6 August 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I remember seeing this CBS special when it first aired. I was nine years old and it made quite an impression on me. Yes, he looked bad. He was overweight. We have all seen pictures of him in the final years so thats no big surprise. What I do find interesting is that some people say his voice was failing. To that I say...B.S.!! Listen to How Great Thou Art from this program and tell me his voice is failing. He practically blows the roof off with his voice. It really is sad to watch Elvis In Concert. Especially if you take into consideration that the Aloha From Hawaii concert was just four years before. Elvis just makes a quick run through of his most famous songs such as Hound Dog, Teddy Bear and Jailhouse Rock out of obligation to the fans. However songs such as You Gave Me A Mountain and My Way (among others) are given the full treatment.


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