“The Last Man to Die, Leipzig April Robert Capra, pin by Paolo Marzioli
Robert Capa in mostra a Palermo con "Retrospective" - Il Photoblog
August 11th 1970 audience recording . Elvis introduces Richard Egan here from “Love Me Tender.”He said, “he played my older brother. He got the girl and I got shot.”
Songwriter Lee Hazlewood and his daughter with Elvis as 'Steve Grayson' in "Speedway."
The Billboard archives tell us that "Do the Clam" did indeed top the charts in at least two of those countries and did well in others. Dates given below refer to the Billboard issue that the info appeared in: #1 - Malaysia (May 29, 1965) #1 - Singapore (July 10, 1965) #3 - Hong Kong (April 17, 1965) #3 - Philippines (Jul 24, 1965). The only mention of Japan that I could see was in the Jul 24, 1965 issue, which noted that the song was at #8. It seemed to drop out of the top ten after that.
Dolores Fuller was part of the prolific Hollywood team (Fuller, Wayne & Weisman) that wrote songs for Elvis movies in the 60s. -Rock-A-Hula Baby -I Got Lucky" KG, 1962) -Steppin' Out of Line" (unused BH) -You Can't Say No in Acapulco,” 1963) -Beyond the Bend" ( IHATWF) -Barefoot Ballad" KC, 1964) -Big Love, Big Heartache" 1964) -Do the Clam" GH, 1965) -Spinout" , 1966) -I'll Take Love" ECEG, 1967) -Have a Happy" COH, 1969) -Cindy, Cindy" (Love Letters from Elvis, 1971 )
Dolores Fuller was part of one of the most prolific Hollywood composers team (Fuller, Wayne & Weisman) that wrote songs for Elvis movies in the 60s ).
This picture was taken On January 16, 1971 at the US Jaycee prayer breakfast; he and nine others accepted the honour of being named "one of the Ten Outstanding Young Men of the Nation" by the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce (The Jaycees).