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Elvis and Cilla, 1963

Tue Jul 23, 2013 9:19 pm

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Re: Elvis and Cilla, 1963

Tue Jul 23, 2013 10:44 pm

2kd wrote:These are great pics! I just joined this forum today and it's a huge library of Elvis info. Love this place. :D




Welcome to the forum. Hope you enjoy your stay. ::rocks

Re: Elvis and Cilla, 1963

Wed Jul 24, 2013 6:02 am

2kd wrote:These are great pics! I just joined this forum today and it's a huge library of Elvis info. Love this place. :D


Well hello there and welcome to forum!
..."I Think Your Gonna Like It Here"

Re: Elvis and Cilla, 1963

Wed Jul 24, 2013 6:22 am

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Does Elvis look uncomfortable in these photographs? You betcha. These are clearly from the first week of November 1963, at the Culver City wrap party for MGM's "Kissin' Cousins" ("with an all-star cast!"). The Ann-Margret rumours were too much to bear, and so 18 year-old Priscilla made her way from Graceland to California.

But she was ushered out the next day for Memphis, while Elvis stayed in Los Angeles. And when President John F. Kennedy was brutally murdered in Dallas, Texas three weeks later, Ann and Elvis were side-by-side, riveted to the TV, tears streaming down their cheeks.


November 5: Filming of Kissin' Cousins concludes.
November 6: Unable to stand the constant public gossip about Elvis and Ann-Margret, Priscilla flies to Los Angeles to join him.
November 8: Having heard Priscilla was with Elvis, and attempting to beat her to the altar, Ann is quoted in the L.A. press as being "in love" with Elvis and ruminating marriage with him. Priscilla, on the Colonel's advice, is sent back to Memphis to avoid controversy (but not before Pris throws a vase across the room, screaming that the expatriate Ann should "keep her ass in Sweden where she belongs").
November 14: After completing publicity stills for his latest film, Elvis is released by MGM -- yet he stays in Los Angeles with Ann.
November 22: At his home away from home on Perugia Way in L.A., Elvis and Ann watch the news of President Kennedy's death on television.

http://oldies.about.com/od/elvispresleyhistory/a/elvistimeline1963.htm

Re: Elvis and Cilla, 1963

Wed Jul 24, 2013 2:32 pm

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Priscilla, Elvis, parker and Sam Katzman the king of the Quickies.

Re: Elvis and Cilla, 1963

Thu Jul 25, 2013 1:29 am

2kd wrote:Cilla was just 18, but she dressed like she was much older. Did Elvis expect her to be this "buttoned up" or was that her idea? Also, if I were Cilla and that whole Ann Margaret thing were going on I'd make sure I looked as "interesting" as I possibly could. Just a thought.


If you knew your Elvis history, you'd know she did exactly that. See photos of her as a blonde, circa 1966.

Re: Elvis and Cilla, 1963

Thu Jul 25, 2013 4:35 pm

2kd wrote:These are great pics! I just joined this forum today and it's a huge library of Elvis info. Love this place. :D


Good to have you, but what is the significance of your anonymous log-in name please?

Re: Elvis and Cilla, 1963

Thu Jul 25, 2013 9:36 pm

2kd wrote:
drjohncarpenter wrote:
2kd wrote:Cilla was just 18, but she dressed like she was much older. Did Elvis expect her to be this "buttoned up" or was that her idea? Also, if I were Cilla and that whole Ann Margaret thing were going on I'd make sure I looked as "interesting" as I possibly could. Just a thought.


If you knew your Elvis history, you'd know she did exactly that. See photos of her as a blonde, circa 1966.

Well Dr. Carpenter, I've forgotten quite a lot since the cancer. I probably have seen and likely did know of her as a blonde, but my memory hasn't been the same in the past couple of years. This forum is proving to be a great way to enjoy an awful lot of Elvis history, and perhaps to learn or re-learn it.


Sorry to learn in that reply of your illness. My mother also had cancer, but she recovered and lived for many more years. She loved the 1968 TV Special, cried when we watched the 1977 TV Special.

Re: Elvis and Cilla, 1963

Fri Jul 26, 2013 3:58 am

2kd wrote:
drjohncarpenter wrote:
2kd wrote:
drjohncarpenter wrote:
2kd wrote:Cilla was just 18, but she dressed like she was much older. Did Elvis expect her to be this "buttoned up" or was that her idea? Also, if I were Cilla and that whole Ann Margaret thing were going on I'd make sure I looked as "interesting" as I possibly could. Just a thought.


If you knew your Elvis history, you'd know she did exactly that. See photos of her as a blonde, circa 1966.

Well Dr. Carpenter, I've forgotten quite a lot since the cancer. I probably have seen and likely did know of her as a blonde, but my memory hasn't been the same in the past couple of years. This forum is proving to be a great way to enjoy an awful lot of Elvis history, and perhaps to learn or re-learn it.


Sorry to learn in that reply of your illness. My mother also had cancer, but she recovered and lived for many more years. She loved the 1968 TV Special, cried when we watched the 1977 TV Special.

I'm quite thankful that I no longer have cancer, but it has left me with health issues. I was just 6 yrs. old when the 1968 Special aired. It was amazing, even at that young age, I absolutely loved it! On March 30, 1977 my parents took me to see Elvis. It was, of course, one of his final concerts. I was 14 at the time. I came to this forum to see photos, read about Elvis and enjoy "talking" about the man, his music and his life. I'm not in competition with anyone nor do I care to be. I tend to have a lot of time on my hands and this makes me feel better. A great escape. Glad to hear that your mother was able to recover and enjoy such a lovely man.


Thank you kindly.

You might want to try to find one of these CDs, they feature the March 30, 1977 show you attended:


1997 release:

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2011 release:

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Re: Elvis and Cilla, 1963

Fri Jul 26, 2013 6:10 am

2kd wrote:
drjohncarpenter wrote:Thank you kindly.

You might want to try to find one of these CDs, they feature the March 30, 1977 show you attended:


1997 release:

970000_By Special Request.jpg


2011 release:

110000_Return to Red River.jpg

Very lovely Doc! Didn't know they existed. The show was great. We weren't allowed to leave our seats. My parents and I were seated a couple of levels up from the stage, but I could see the stage. I decided to walk to the edge of our level and a guard escorted me back to my seat. Don't know what I thought would happen, but it was a memory I'll always have. I hope :smt001.


Someone here may be able to help with one of the above. Good luck!
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Re: Elvis and Cilla, 1963

Sat Jul 27, 2013 9:40 pm

Here you go for the 1997 release http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ELVIS-PRESLEY ... 5af33205c9

Re: Elvis and Cilla, 1963

Wed Aug 07, 2013 8:47 pm

the second photo is new to me, and yes Elvis didn't look comfortable in those photos.

Re: Elvis and Cilla, 1963

Fri Aug 09, 2013 11:09 pm

2kd wrote:
drjohncarpenter wrote:
2kd wrote:Cilla was just 18, but she dressed like she was much older. Did Elvis expect her to be this "buttoned up" or was that her idea? Also, if I were Cilla and that whole Ann Margaret thing were going on I'd make sure I looked as "interesting" as I possibly could. Just a thought.


If you knew your Elvis history, you'd know she did exactly that. See photos of her as a blonde, circa 1966.

Well Dr. Carpenter, I've forgotten quite a lot since the cancer. I probably have seen and likely did know of her as a blonde, but my memory hasn't been the same in the past couple of years. This forum is proving to be a great way to enjoy an awful lot of Elvis history, and perhaps to learn or re-learn it.



I'm so sorry to read about your cancer. Enjoying yourself here, as you say you are, will help you, I'm sure. Please PM me if you need anyone to talk to.

Re: Elvis and Cilla, 1963

Sun Aug 11, 2013 2:34 am

2kd wrote:What a nice thing to say! Anything to do with E makes me feel better anyway. :) I've always been a fan, but his music is a nice escape when I don't want to think about or deal with things.


I agree with you, and it is wonderful that Elvis' voice can help heal. I bet he never thought of it that way, he thought he had to place his hands on people, and all he really had to do, was to sing to them.

Hugs, and best wishes, I am here :D

Re: Elvis and Cilla, 1963

Sun Aug 11, 2013 12:40 pm

From DeAgostini - The Official Collector's Edition #34:
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Re: Elvis and Cilla, 1963

Mon Aug 12, 2013 1:02 am

hilton22000 wrote:From DeAgostini - The Official Collector's Edition #34:

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That may be the full frame shot. Thanks! The caption is incorrect, though. Elvis had completed "Kissin' Cousins."

Re: Elvis and Cilla, 1963

Mon Aug 12, 2013 1:43 am

Even after Priscilla found out Elvis was having an affair with Ann Margret he still continued seeing her for 8-9 months.

Re: Elvis and Cilla, 1963

Tue Aug 13, 2013 4:23 am

2kd wrote:
brian wrote:Even after Priscilla found out Elvis was having an affair with Ann Margret he still continued seeing her for 8-9 months.


They (Priscilla and Ann Margaret) were either crazy or completely oblivious. But I have a feeling they were just willing to put up with this behavior. :?


This is indeed the reason behind their choice, as was true of many, many women who dated Elvis.

Re: Elvis and Cilla, 1963

Wed Aug 14, 2013 5:40 am

2kd wrote:
drjohncarpenter wrote:
2kd wrote:
brian wrote:Even after Priscilla found out Elvis was having an affair with Ann Margret he still continued seeing her for 8-9 months.


They (Priscilla and Ann Margaret) were either crazy or completely oblivious. But I have a feeling they were just willing to put up with this behavior. :?


This is indeed the reason behind their choice, as was true of many, many women who dated Elvis.

Have you ever thought about the psychology of it all? I mean, you have a guy who is without a doubt, the most amazing looking man. He's charismatic, beyond words, and his generosity is legendary. Even so, I can't imagine myself being so willing to "look the other way" whilst he's seeing another woman. That had to be torture for them! Ann Margaret doesn't seem to be a pushover. And Priscilla can be quite cold. Not sure if she was always like this or if it grew out of bitterness toward Elvis. Any thoughts...


Maybe in Ann Margret's case she was in love with Elvis and thought he might eventually end things with Priscilla.

With Priscilla I think she wanted to marry Elvis and she had to overlook it because that's how he was.

If she demanded Elvis stop seeing Ann Margret or other women he probably would have ended things with her.

Re: Elvis and Cilla, 1963

Wed Aug 14, 2013 6:42 am

2kd wrote:
brian wrote:
2kd wrote:
drjohncarpenter wrote:
2kd wrote:
brian wrote:Even after Priscilla found out Elvis was having an affair with Ann Margret he still continued seeing her for 8-9 months.


They (Priscilla and Ann Margaret) were either crazy or completely oblivious. But I have a feeling they were just willing to put up with this behavior. :?


This is indeed the reason behind their choice, as was true of many, many women who dated Elvis.

Have you ever thought about the psychology of it all? I mean, you have a guy who is without a doubt, the most amazing looking man. He's charismatic, beyond words, and his generosity is legendary. Even so, I can't imagine myself being so willing to "look the other way" whilst he's seeing another woman. That had to be torture for them! Ann Margaret doesn't seem to be a pushover. And Priscilla can be quite cold. Not sure if she was always like this or if it grew out of bitterness toward Elvis. Any thoughts...


Maybe in Ann Margret's case she was in love with Elvis and thought he might eventually end things with Priscilla.

With Priscilla I think she wanted to marry Elvis and she had to overlook it because that's how he was.

If she demanded Elvis stop seeing Ann Margret or other women he probably would have ended things with her.

Interesting...you said AM was maybe in love with him, but what about Cilla? Not in love with him? I know this, like most things "Elvis", has been discussed to death, but I like hearing what other people think about it. Eventually, Priscilla had to move on. She obviously couldn't live this way forever. There are lots of women out there, married to entertainers/rock stars, who look the other way and are determined to make it work. I suppose this takes a special kind of woman.


Maybe Priscilla was in love with him I'm not sure.

I'm sure that she wanted to marry him.