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Wednesday, Aug 16, 2017 6:30 PM
It doesn't get much better than The King live in Las Vegas in 1970, triumphantly returning to burn up the stage at the height of his fame and explosive performance skill.
Elvis Presley died 40 years ago, on August 16, 1977. We remember him on this date with a theatrical presentation of one of his best concert films. This was his first non-dramatic film, made shortly after his return to live performances, and here he is at his best, both vocally and physically. Share the songs and the memories on the big screen! Rated PG. Camera: Lucien Ballard. Director: Denis Sanders (US 1970) 95 min.
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General Admission Adult - $11.50
General Admission Child/Senior - $8.25

 
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It doesn't get much better than The King live in Las Vegas in 1970, triumphantly returning to burn up the stage at the height of his fame and explosive performance skill.

Elvis Presley died 40 years ago, on August 16, 1977. We remember him on this date with a theatrical presentation of one of his best concert films. This was his first non-dramatic film, made shortly after his return to live performances, and here he is at his best, both vocally and physically. Share the songs and the memories on the big screen! Rated PG. Camera: Lucien Ballard. Director: Denis Sanders (US 1970) 95 min.