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"King Creole" Sound stage. If one looks carefully the PANAVISION camera can be just made out just above the seated gentleman. The grip and film magazine are visible. There are also other images from this time with Elvis in this shirt. The cycle(s) were used for staff for the purpose of getting round the studio quicker for relevant staff. Plenty of images exist of Elvis 'using' one whilst making LOVING YOU. Via FB Elvis Pictures/ info: Graham R Knowles

"King Creole" Sound stage. If one looks carefully the PANAVISION camera can be just made out just above the seated gentleman. The grip and film magazine are visible. There are also other images from this time with Elvis in this shirt. The cycle(s) were used for staff for the purpose of getting round the studio quicker for relevant staff. Plenty of images exist of Elvis 'using' one whilst making LOVING YOU. Via FB Elvis Pictures/ info: Graham R Knowles

Fans line up to see Presley's first movie 'Love Me Tender,' in 1956. The Colonel had gotten him a screen test with Paramount Studios and was signed to a one-picture contract with an option for 6 more.  Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/music-arts/elvis-presley-75th-birthday-gallery-1.102843?pmSlide=1#ixzz2jG2UMYSa

Fans line up to see Presley's first movie 'Love Me Tender,' in 1956. The Colonel had gotten him a screen test with Paramount Studios and was signed to a one-picture contract with an option for 6 more. Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/music-arts/elvis-presley-75th-birthday-gallery-1.102843?pmSlide=1#ixzz2jG2UMYSa

From left: Allan Weiss with producers Hal B. Wallis and Paul Nathan in the 1960s. Allan Weiss, Writer on 6 Elvis Presley Movies, Dies at 90.

From left: Allan Weiss with producers Hal B. Wallis and Paul Nathan in the 1960s. Allan Weiss, Writer on 6 Elvis Presley Movies, Dies at 90.

Elvis never left — Wardrobe screen tests   Source Elvis collectors

Elvis never left — Wardrobe screen tests Source Elvis collectors

April 4, 1956  Elvis with actress Cynthia Baxter  - Second Screen Test For Paramount Studios.

April 4, 1956 Elvis with actress Cynthia Baxter - Second Screen Test For Paramount Studios.

Elvis never left — Wardrobe screen tests   Source Elvis collectors

Elvis never left — Wardrobe screen tests Source Elvis collectors

This shot is from Elvis' screen test for Hal Wallis to determine whether he wanted to sign Elvis to a movie deal. The screen test was for the movie  " The Rainmaker ".  Burt Lancaster ended up getting the part.

This shot is from Elvis' screen test for Hal Wallis to determine whether he wanted to sign Elvis to a movie deal. The screen test was for the movie " The Rainmaker ". Burt Lancaster ended up getting the part.

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