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3717 Elvis Presley Blvd.
Memphis, TN 38116
Only 10 minutes from downtown and 3 minutes from the Memphis Airport.
3600 Elvis Presley Blvd.
Memphis, TN 38116
Elvis Presley's impact in contemporary culture can be seen every day throughout the world. Have you experienced any Elvis sightings on your favorite TV show, movie, magazine, book, play or any other cultural or social event? We feel it’s worth sharing.
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I may be late to the party on this submission, but just happened to watch the Jackass 2 movie this weekend and heard A Little Less Conversation during their "Beehive Limo" prank. Yikes!
While sitting at a Thai restaurant in Orange Park FL, picture on the wall was 1960, at Paramount studio and the Monarch and Quenn of Thailand came to visit the set while Elvis was filming GI Blues.
Submitting another EP sighting in Hard Rock Cafe in Atlantic City!! As we were sitting eating lunch, I spotted the King --- Elvis!
As life-long Elvis fans and Disney annual passholders, we've always loved the many Elvis sightings throughout the park over the years:
While watching a Halloween episode of Paw Patrol, Rubble is spotted here dressed as the king.
My husband and I went to Cracker Barrel for dinner, in Willoughby, Ohio, on 2/19/2022. on the wall of the restaurant was this picture of Elvis, it was a promo for a concert in 1956, at the National theater in NC. Then walking around in the store after dinner, was a CD of Elvis Country. We enjoyed seeing both items.
The Attorney General of Indiana, Curtis Hill is featured as an avid Elvis fan and an ETA.
After I got a new Jeep, I was reading how to set up my SirisXM radio so I could listen to the only station worth listening to; The Elvis Channel. Seems like Jeep agrees.
Elvis' 34th birthday is celebrated by Paul McCartney & John Lennon in the new Beatles documentary, "Get Back" that is streaming on Disney+. In Part 1 of the three part fim around the 2 hour 1 minute mark. Paul started impersonating Elvis on January 9, 1969. Mal Evans, an assistant to the Beatles, casually noticed the impersonation, and being a huge Elvis fan himself, mentioned to Paul that the previous day (January 8, 1969) happened to be Elvis' birthday. Paul then repeats what Mal had said so that John Lennon and others can hear it. John then gave a military style salute to hearing that yesterday was Elvis' birthday. Mal then said that Elvis turned 34 years old. Paul then sang, "God bless our gracious king." John said after saluting, "I think I am starting to catch up to him."
Hawaii Five-o season one episode 14 in a brief scene you can see a "Speedway" movie poster. I had to look twice
The plaque was in a store in Coimbra, Portugal, named "Memories" I like it so much I had to buy it.
Saw this Elvis Presley poster at the pizza shop so of course I had to get my photo with it and show it off to people.
While on vacation, I spotted Elvis on the balcony at a nearby motel! 8/31/2021
Elvis sighting at Raising Caines in Parker Colorado. Went to fill my drink, looked up and there was Elvis😊
When we got to the campground; River's Edge in Steven's Point. We saw Elvis sitting near the beach lake. A full size figure of the King. Being an Elvis fan my entire life I had to get a picture. I talked to the campground owner and he said Elvis makes his way around the campground. They like to move him around from time to time. He might be near the pool, then in the bar/restaurant always moving around.
On zillow gone wild - They featured a house with an Elvis room!
I'm watching the newest episode of the show Homestead Rescue on Discovery channel and they are helping out family living just outside Tupelo. Right at the beginning of the episode they mention Elvis being born in Tupelo and show his birthplace. They also tell the story of him getting his first guitar at Tupelo Hardware store and then they actually go in the store and show the spot where Elvis got his guitar in the store and some other items the store has today. The awesome part is that in the episode Marty Rainy decides to build a full scale replica of Elvis' birth house for the livestock on the Homestead of the family that they are helping out on the show. The episode is called Missippi Mayhem for anyone who wants to watch it. It's on Discovery channel or Discovery + and also on demand on some cable/satellite providers. And again the show is called Homestead Rescue.
Perhaps I have never paid attention before but I was walking on my treadmill today and had Girls! Girls! Girls! on the television while listening to music (Elvis of course) on my IPod. I noticed an Elvis sighting within another Elvis movie! Blue Hawaii anyone?