Elvis Presley's personal yellow movie script, dated July 11th 1966 for his 1967 movie Easy Come, Easy Go which was his 23rd movie.
On the front cover of the script, it reads as follows..............
WALLIS - PARAMOUNT - HAZEN
ELVIS (Hand written in thick black fibre tip pen)
EASY COME EASY GO
2ND TEMPORARY YELLOW
JULY 11, 1966
Each yellow script page is dated 7 - 11 - 66
This following information came from the owner of the ELVIS-A-RAMA MUSEUM before he sold it to Graceland. It reads as follows.............................................
Elvis Presley's Easy Come, Easy Go Movie Script.
This yellow movie script was used by actor/entertainer Elvis Presley for his 23rd film, which was produced by Hal Wallis.
The script has "ELVIS" written on the front and was acquired at an Elvis auction held in Memphis, Tennessee, which was sponsored by Elvis' uncle Vester Presley.
This "Easy Come, Easy Go" movie script had been on display at the world famous ELVIS-A-RAMA MUSEUM for many years.
The ELVIS-A-RAMA MUSEUM has been bought by Graceland and retired.
This Easy Come, Easy Go movie script was auctioned by Fleetwood Owen in association with Mick Fleetwood of Fleetwood Mac.
The auction took place in Las Vegas at Bally's Hotel on Saturday 16th June 2001.
The auction was titled, Elvis that's the way it was.
Lot 25, page 21 of the auction catalogue.
2001 Fleetwood Owen auction catalogue signed by Mick Fleetwood.