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Elvis Has Left the Building

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Director  Joel Zwick
Initial DVD release  August 2, 2005
Duration  
Language  English
5.3/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy
Budget  115 million USD
Country  United States
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Release date  August 27, 2004
Writer  Mitchell Ganem, Adam-Michael Garber
Cast  Kim Basinger (Harmony Jones), John Corbett (Miles Taylor), Annie Potts (Shirl), Sean Astin (Aaron), Tom Hanks (Mailbox-Elvis), Denise Richards (Belinda)
Similar movies  Bubba Ho-Tep (2002)

Elvis has left the building


Elvis Has Left the Building is a 2004 black comedy film directed by Joel Zwick and starring Kim Basinger as a cosmetics saleswoman who accidentally kills a series of Elvis impersonators as they travel to a convention in Las Vegas. John Corbett plays an advertising executive and her love interest. Tom Hanks has a cameo appearance as one of the dead Elvis impersonators. Angie Dickinson plays Basinger's mother, a former mechanic for the real Elvis.

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Plot

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The film opens with Harmony (Basinger) driving down a long, winding road, the music of Elvis playing on the radio. She feels that her life is empty and artificial. She is a traveling cosmetic saleswoman, setting up "Pink Lady" training seminars in the western portion of the United States. When she is asked if she's "one of those Mary Kaye ladies," she replies, "No, we're pink, they're more salmon." While she is popular and successful selling "Pink Lady," there is nothing real or honest in her life.

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As Harmony travels around the country, trying to figure out what is missing from her life, Elvis impersonators keep dying in her wake. She is romantically pursued by Miles (Corbett).

Soundtrack

These songs appear in the film, listed alphabetically.

  • "Ain't Got You" performed by Joey Scarbury
  • "A Little Less Conversation" performed by Mike Star and Phill Lewis
  • "Always On My Mind" performed Kim Basinger and John Corbett
  • "An American Trilogy" performed by Roger Jameson
  • "Burning Love" performed by Melissa Etheridge
  • "Different Man" performed by Mark Dauenhauser
  • "Down By The Riverside" performed by Gil McKinney
  • "Follow That Dream" performed by Elvis Presley
  • "Get Back Up Again" performed by Jeff Pescetto
  • "Hard Headed Woman" performed by Elvis Presley
  • "Heartbreak Hotel" performed by Elvis Presley
  • "Hound Dog" performed by Elvis Presley
  • "I Got Stung (Paul Oakenfold Remix)" performed Elvis Presley
  • "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry performed by Jeff Pescetto
  • "It's A Long Lonely Highway" performed by Elvis Presley
  • "It's Now or Never" performed by Babyface
  • "I Want You, I Need You, I Love You" performed by Elvis Presley
  • "The King" performed by Randy Crenshaw
  • "Looking for Love" performed by Jeff Pescetto
  • "The Longest Goodbye" performed by Tim Gales
  • "Love Me Tender" performed by Norah Jones and Adam Levy
  • "Love You Till The Day I Die" performed Jeff Pescetto
  • "Mariachi Mango" performed by Brian Dimillo
  • "Miracle" performed by Rachel Robinson
  • "One Night" performed by Richard Kind
  • "Return to Sender" performed by Elvis Presley
  • "Rockin' My Way Across Town" performed by Mark Dauenhauser
  • "Runnin Scared" performed by Jeff Pescetto
  • "Starry Night performed by Peter Grant
  • "Wild For You Baby" performed by Rockin' Ryan and the real Goners
  • References

    Elvis Has Left the Building Wikipedia
    Elvis Has Left the Building IMDbElvis Has Left the Building themoviedb.org


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