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Elvis: Blu-Ray Collection

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  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: AC-3, Collector's Edition, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Warner Bros. Home Video
  • Release Date: Aug. 3 2010
  • Run Time: 274 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B003HKN51G
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #42,154 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Product Description

Elvis BD Collection - Elvis on Tour, Viva Las Vegas, Jailhouse Rock

Special Features

JAILHOUSE ROCK and VIVA LAS VEGAS – On Each: Commentary by Elvis in Hollywood Author Steve Pond, Retrospective Featurette, Soundtracks in Dolby TrueHD 5.1 and Dolby Digital 5.1 Stereo Along with Original Mono, Plus Theatrical Trailer ELVIS ON TOUR – First Time on Blu-ray and First Time Ever in 5.1 (DTS-HD Master Audio)

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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Donald L Heflin ser on Feb. 20 2000
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
On Tour - Is What It Is Aug. 19 2010
By M. Simons - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
An earlier review points out, very accurately, "On Tour" is a lot of Elvis getting in and out of cars... etc. How true. It is disappointing NOT to have more performance footage.
However! (I may be very bias on this point.) The video snips we do get are very cool... at least to me... as the movie was filmed the year I saw him for the first time. Every time I see the movie, I'm trying to figure out if certain scenes were filmed the evening I saw him.
Also, the lack of video, and the multiple scenes of fans going wild, and more, should be blamed directly on Colonel Parker. If you've ever seen "That's The Way It Is" (Original Release), it's cut up almost as bad as "On Tour". Again, this was Parker's doing! Several years ago, "That's The Way It Is: Special Edition" was released. Virtually ALL the Colonel Parker touches were removed and the songs were completed instead of cut. In fact, I believe several songs could be added because of the removal of scenes of screaming fans and backstage BS. I highly recommend "That's The Way It Is: Special Edition" for anyone wanting a high quality Elvis performance video.
I have to give "On Tour" four stars because of the memories I have of that year's tour, and even though it lacks in many ways I'm still glad it was released. Maybe someone will attempt to restore it the way they did "That's The Way It Is: Special Edition".
22 of 27 people found the following review helpful
What a missed opportunity July 30 2007
By Scott Raile - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I was really hoping that MGM would have remastered these DVDs to give us anamorphic widescreen versions of these movies, but alas, it was not to be. I can't compare this new box set to the previous DVDs (since I didn't own them), but it looks like what we have here was just ported over from previous releases. So, while we have "Kid Galahad" looking marvelous in anamorphic widescreen, we also have an absolutely miserable non-anamorphic transfer of "Clambake." The other two movies fall somewhere in between: "Frankie and Johnny" is supposedly in its correct, anamorphic aspect ratio (and looks great), but with a 1:66 ratio there's very little "widescreen" to talk about, so it's hard to say if this is, indeed, the correct ratio. And "Follow That Dream" is a mixed bag, with a full-screen transfer on one side (why??), and a non-anamorphic widescreen on the other (WHY?).

So, MGM absolutely blew it. They had a chance to issue the definitive versions of these films on DVD, but chose instead to recycle lame product just to milk a little more money out of Elvis fans. Track down the "Kid Galahad" and "Frankie and Johnny" DVDs (assuming that F+J is, indeed, in the correct aspect ratio...anyone know for sure?), but there's no reason why, in 2007, we should have to suffer with non-anamorphic transfers, particularly one as bottom-of-the-barrel bad as "Clambake." My old VHS tape looked miles better than this pathetic DVD. Hey MGM, tell me where I can send these DVDs so that I can get REAL remastered versions someday!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Very Good set May 10 2014
By Borzoi50 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Not as easy to find these in other collections, so they helped fill out my collection.
Nice to have all four movies in their own individual cases, instead of the usual all stuffed in one case or flip sides on the disc.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Worth adding to your collection! June 28 2012
By Greg From Oregon - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I realize some people will settle for nothing less than fully restored with true anamorphic widescreen.
I am very satisfied having this set.......Clambake is not as good as far as picture quality as the other 3 movies, but still watchable.
This set brought me closer to having a complete Elvis movie collection. I think I am still 3 movies short.
Overall this set is just fine, so don't be too swayed by some of the reviews.
We as consumers can only buy what is available and this is it.
So yes I would definitely recommend this set.
Their are no more Elvis movies coming out so get these while you can.
Also the price is very good for a 4 movie set.
Overall Quite Good, Though Has Its Shortcomings Jan. 3 2012
By Anton Karidian - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Overall I'm pleased with the movies that are on here, especially "Follow That Dream" and "Kid Galahad." My favorite of the 4 is the often underrated "Follow That Dream," which is a very funny and well-written film, with Elvis showing his flair for comedy and with a good cast supporting him. "Kid Galahad" is another good film about a corrupt boxing organization, with interesting characters and again a very good cast including Lola Albright and Gig Young. "Frankie and Johnny" doesn't have a great story, but visually the movie is entertaining, with colorful sets and costumes and a historic setting on an 1890s riverboat, along with a few good songs including the title song as well as "Please Don't Stop Loving Me" and "Down By the Riverside"/"When the Saints Go Marching In." The only film on here that I don't care for at all is "Clambake," which is just poorly written and directed.

The picture quality of these films is overall quite good, although some could be improved. "Clambake" is by far the worst looking. Even though it's in 2.35:1 widescreen, the movie obviously has not been restored AT ALL and is scratchy, blurred, and faded. "Frankie and Johnny" in widescreen at 1.66:1 looks very good, better than any other in the collection. "Follow That Dream" looks quite good even though I doubt that it has been restored, and it's in widescreen at 2.35:1 on one side of the disc, and in full screen on the flip side. "Kid Galahad" looks fine, but there's something wrong with the aspect ratios given on the box, since "Kid Galahad" is supposed to be at 1.85:1 and "Frankie and Johnny" is supposed to be 1.66:1, yet Galahad appears to be the LESS widescreen of the two, although the aspect ratios imply the opposite. Perhaps the ratios accidentally got switched on the box. Also, some reviewers on here complain that although all of these films are in widescreen, most are not in anamorphic widescreen. Nevertheless, the only movie here that I have a big problem with the picure quality of is "Clambake." I watched them on a widescreen, high definition TV. Sound quality of the movies seems fine, although I listened only though the TV and not through a separate audio system.

In sum, I see this as a pretty good collection, but it has its shortcomings. Two other similarly sized collections that have several of Elvis's good films in them are Elvis Presley - The Signature Collection (It Happened at the World's Fair / Speedway / Spinout / Harum Scarum / Jailhouse Rock / Viva Las Vegas) as well as Elvis Collection: Volume One (Roustabout / Girls Girls Girls / Fun In Acapulco / G.I. Blues).