#M10607 – 2010 St. Kitts Elvis "Blue Hawaii" 1v Mi

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Mint Elvis Sheet Honors Elvis' First Movie Filmed in Hawaii

Blue Hawaii reached #2 on Variety’s list of top-grossing films for 1961.  Hundreds of real fans who were watching the shoot can be heard screaming in the first scene when Chad (Elvis) is seen leaving the plane.

The Blue Hawaii soundtrack album spent a total of 79 weeks on the charts, including 20 consecutive weeks on the #1 spot of the Billboard Top LP’s chart in 1961-62.  It was a record that went unbroken until 1977 by Fleetwood Mac’s Rumors album.

Now you can own this neat mint sheet commemorating this Elvis hit film.

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Mint Elvis Sheet Honors Elvis' First Movie Filmed in Hawaii

Blue Hawaii reached #2 on Variety’s list of top-grossing films for 1961.  Hundreds of real fans who were watching the shoot can be heard screaming in the first scene when Chad (Elvis) is seen leaving the plane.

The Blue Hawaii soundtrack album spent a total of 79 weeks on the charts, including 20 consecutive weeks on the #1 spot of the Billboard Top LP’s chart in 1961-62.  It was a record that went unbroken until 1977 by Fleetwood Mac’s Rumors album.

Now you can own this neat mint sheet commemorating this Elvis hit film.