The Pied Piper of Cleveland: A Day in the Life of a Famous Disc Jockey (1955)

  |  Documentary, Music

Elvis Presley's first film is a documentary reportedly highlighting concert footage filmed at Brooklyn High School in Cleveland OH, during Sept. 1955, hosted by disc jockey Bill Randle. ... See full summary »


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4 June 2011 | rabidgraphs
| Lost Film
If it still existed it would rate a 10. This film is lost,there is no copy,unless it is buried in the Universal vaults,and seeing as how Universal treats the old Monster rallies that made them famous,odds are we will NEVER see this film. If someone had bought the rights as stated,there would be at least ONE person bragging they had seen it. There are a few behind the stage photos that still exist like the famous color photo of Elvis and Bill Haley together. This film mostly was a film to promote Bill Randell with Bill Haley as the main bill. If the film was ever actually edited,the Elvis portion would have ran a few seconds to a couple of minutes. It was a short film meant to be shown in movie houses as a filler,a newsreel if you will. Most serious Elvis historians doubt that the entire Elvis footage still survives.


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Cleveland, Ohio, USA

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$4,000 (estimated)

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