#M10615 – 1995 Burkina Faso "Loving You"

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Mint Elvis Sheet Honors Elvis' First Paramount Film – Loving You

To prepare for this film, director Hal Kanter had spent a week in Memphis with Elvis and had seen the near-riot fan response to his performances.  Kanter drew upon this experience in the film, which paralleled Elvis’ rise to fame.

Loving You opened July 9, 1957, to sold-out movie theaters across the U.S.  During the filming, Elvis set the tone for his stardom, stopping everything to have lunch with a group of fans visiting from San Francisco.  The storyline closely resembled his own life as a poor kid who rose to fame as a musician.  

Now you can own a neat mint sheet honoring this hit Elvis film – order now.

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Mint Elvis Sheet Honors Elvis' First Paramount Film – Loving You

To prepare for this film, director Hal Kanter had spent a week in Memphis with Elvis and had seen the near-riot fan response to his performances.  Kanter drew upon this experience in the film, which paralleled Elvis’ rise to fame.

Loving You opened July 9, 1957, to sold-out movie theaters across the U.S.  During the filming, Elvis set the tone for his stardom, stopping everything to have lunch with a group of fans visiting from San Francisco.  The storyline closely resembled his own life as a poor kid who rose to fame as a musician.  

Now you can own a neat mint sheet honoring this hit Elvis film – order now.