Richard Thorpe
Peggy (Judy Tyler) und Vince (Elvis Presley) by Richard Thorpe
Peggy (Judy Tyler) und Vince (Elvis Presley)
Peggy (Judy Tyler) und Vince (Elvis Presley)
1957 / 2009

Peggy (Judy Tyler) und Vince (Elvis Presley)

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Richard Thorpe

Peggy (Judy Tyler) und Vince (Elvis Presley)

Classics
1957 / 2009
Peggy (Judy Tyler) und Vince (Elvis Presley) by Richard Thorpe
€ 98,00
€ 98,00
€ 98,00
16 x 20 cm

Photo mount frame Hamburg, profile width: 20 mm

Canadian Maple, Brown

€ 98,00
45 x 58 cm

Floater frame Basel, profile width: 15 mm, with backing glossy

Canadian Maple, Brown

€ 299,00
60 x 77 cm

Mounted under acrylic glass, depth 2 mm glossy

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Background Information about Richard Thorpe

ABOUT THE MOVIE

Vince Everett (Elvis Presley) is serving a one-year jail sentence for manslaughter. While in the big house, his cellmate, a former country singer, introduces him to the record business. Everett takes to it so well that he decides to become a singer when he gets out. However, he is quickly disillusioned by the record business. But with the help of a new friend, he decides to form his own label, and soon becomes an overnight sensation. But when he becomes a superstar, will his desire for fame and money cause him to forget the people who got him there?


BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Movie: JAILHOUSE ROCK

Country: USA

Year: 1957

Running time: 96 minutes

Directed by: Richard Thorpe

Written by: Guy Trosper

Produced by: Pandro S. Berman

Music by: Jeff Alexander

Cinematography: Robert J. Bronner

Starring: Elvis Presley (Vince Everett), Judy Tyler (Peggy Van Alden), Mickey Shaughnessy (Hunk Houghton), Vaughn Taylor (Mr. Shores), Jennifer Holden (Sherry Wilson), Dean Jones (Teddy Talbot), Anne Neyland (Laury Jackson)

-The pair of shapely female legs seen walking across the stage in the scene where Presley and Judy Tyler meet belong to showgirl Gloria Pall.

- The film is most famous for the dance sequence in which Elvis sings the title track while cavorting with other "inmates" through a jail cell block. The sequence is widely acknowledged as the most exciting and best-executed musical scene in any of the 30 Presley narrative movies, and is also credited by some musical historians as being the first prototype for the modern music video