- Title : Jailhouse Rock
- Director : Richard Thorpe
- Actors : Elvis Presley - Judy Tyler - Mickey Shaughnessy - Jennifer Holden
- Editor : WarnerBros
- Category : Musical Comedy
- Year : 1957
- Playing Time : 96 minutes
- Info : 3h movie of The King
- Bonus :
*Commentary by Steve Pond, music journalist
*Restored and Digitally Remastered in a 16x9 master, enhanced for widescreen televisions
*New Featurette The Scene That Stole Jailhouse Rock
- Characteristics : Zone 1 - DVD5 - Format 1.78 - Black & White.
- Sound : Remasterised in Dolby Digital 5.1 English - Subitles : French & English (Feature film only)
- Elvis Presley's third and best film is this musical romp released in 1957, just as the Big "E" was reaching the peak of his hip-swiveling pre-army success. Filmed in ultra-cool black and white, the movie stars Elvis as a good ol' boy who saves a woman from an assault but kills her attacker, so he's convicted of manslaughter and sent to jail. While doing time he takes up the guitar and becomes a singing sensation, ready for the big time when he's finally released. He becomes a big star but his inflated ego gets him into trouble with his former cellmate and his new girlfriend. Short on plot but heavy on rock & roll, this EP classic features such hit songs as "Treat Me Nice," "Baby, I Don't Care," "Don't Leave Me Now," and, of course, the classic title song, performed in an elaborate jailhouse number that Elvis choreographed himself. This is Elvis in all his big-screen glory, and the movie's upbeat ending made it a huge success during its original release.