I am currently on my 13th book (on old time comedian Charley Chase, who was at the Hal Roach studios with Laurel and Hardy, etc), but for my 14th I have decided to take a thorough look at the Elvis movies. They are often dismissed, but I think they are an important part of his legacy in entertainment. His innate talent extended to acting, and had it been better developed, Elvis might have enjoyed at least the same level of success in films as Frank Sinatra. I will welcome any opinions, info, ideas, etc, and will pay close attention to existing discussions about this portion of Elvis Presley's career.
James L. Neibaur