1.  King Creole (1958) As singing delinquent Danny Fisher, Elvis was in the best of hands with Michael Curtiz, who composed Bogie

8 Essential Elvis Presley Moviesin Casablanca, Cagney in Yankee Doodle Dandy, and Errol Flynn in The Adventures of Robin Hood.

2. Jailhouse Rock (1957) Arraigned for homicide, Elvis' Vince Everett is given the general visit by his kindred detainee (Mickey Shaughnessy). At the point

when out of the joint, he transforms into a singing sensation who simply really focuses on number one on his way up the charts.

3. Viva Las Vegas (1964) Not the best film Presley made, but verifiably the best Presley travelog. Presley hit the jackpot

with this re-visitation of the praiseworthy MGM melodic. (Boss George Sidney also helmed Show Boat and Annie Get Your Gun.)

4. Follow That Dream (1962) A misinterpreted and overlooked gem that breaks the travelog format. Presley, playing a mix of Li'l Abner and Forrest Gump,

5. Girl Happy (1965) The most engaging of the Presley travelogs finds Elvis and his stone combo dispatched to Fort Lauderdale by a Chicago).

6.Roustabout (1964) Presley is a hot-tempered stray (he does karate on some school young fellows, which gets him ended from his lates

6.Roustabout (1964) Presley is a hot-tempered stray (he does karate on some school young fellows, which gets him ended from his lates

7. Flaming Star (1960) Conveyed not long after G.I. Blues, this Don Siegel-composed Western didn't charge excessively in the true to life world

8.  G.I. Blues (1960) Elvis' most critical star vehicle after his strategic help coordinates him with Juliet Prowse, a spread out star craftsman and performer who could help Elvis with cu