The year is 1956. Elvis Presley, at age 21, was about to become the greatest rocker in the history of rock 'n roll. Here is Elvis before he became the prisoner of his own celebrity. Soon his manager, Colonel Tom Parker, would put an end to all unmanaged reporting. Never again would anyone capture the essential freshness and vigour of these impromptu photographs. Never again would anyone be allowed to see the man behind the myth. "Elvis '56" shows us the King before the curtain fell - Elvis at his most innocent, most vulnerable, most intensely charismatic - Elvis in the last moments before the man became a legend.
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