Elvis Presley's Personal Filming Notice Copy Easy Come Easy Go, FILMED IN 1966, RELEASED IN 1967

This following information came from the owner of the ELVIS-A-RAMA MUSEUM before he sold it to Graceland. It reads as follows.............................................
This Filming Notice Copy was sent to Elvis to appear for work on his next upcoming picture "Easy Come Easy Go." the notice was sent to Elvis on August 26,1966.
The film was Produced by Hal B.Wallis who Produced nine Elvis Presley films including "Loving You," "King Creole" and "G I Blues."
Production began for the 1967 Hal B.Wallis Production by Paramount Studios on September 12,1966.
I acquired the film notice directly from Jimmy Velvet, owner of the Elvis Presley Museum. He purchased it from some personal files and paperwork from a relative.
This "Easy Come, Easy Go" film notice had been on display at the world famous
ELVIS-A-RAMA MUSEUM for the past 5 years.
Its typed on this filming notice, Mr Presley's copy.
The ELVIS-A-RAMA MUSEUM has been bought by Graceland and retired.
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