7-2-1958: Elvis Presley's fourth movie, King Creole, opens in US theaters, though Elvis himself is currently stationed in Germany with the US Army.

7-2-1958: Elvis Presley's fourth movie, King Creole, opens in US theaters, though Elvis himself is currently stationed in Germany with the US Army.

i never looked for trouble, but i never ran, i don't take orders from no kind of man . . . trouble • elvis presley • king creole • 1958

i never looked for trouble, but i never ran, i don't take orders from no kind of man . . . trouble • elvis presley • king creole • 1958

Elvis Presley featuring Kitty Bilbrew  Crawfish (Film King Creole)  Have posted before...maybe onto my Musicals Board but such a worthy song.

Elvis Presley featuring Kitty Bilbrew Crawfish (Film King Creole) Have posted before...maybe onto my Musicals Board but such a worthy song.

Elvis Presley, Colonel Tom Parker and Hall Wallis, Director, on the set of King Creole 1958.

Elvis Presley, Colonel Tom Parker and Hall Wallis, Director, on the set of King Creole 1958.

Elvis signing autographs on location King Creole. 2/3/5 or thursday 6th of January 1958

Elvis signing autographs on location King Creole. 2/3/5 or thursday 6th of January 1958

Hal Wallis, Elvis Presley, Michael Curtiz and Dean Jagger on location. March 3,1958.  The scene being shot is where 'Danny' meets 'Mr. Fisher' at 'Maxie's' Courtyard, 'It was an accident pa, I'm sorry honest, I tried to stop em, I did it for you'. 726 St. Peters Street, New Orleans (scene 154).  -

Hal Wallis, Elvis Presley, Michael Curtiz and Dean Jagger on location. March 3,1958. The scene being shot is where 'Danny' meets 'Mr. Fisher' at 'Maxie's' Courtyard, 'It was an accident pa, I'm sorry honest, I tried to stop em, I did it for you'. 726 St. Peters Street, New Orleans (scene 154). -

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