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Elvis Meets Nixon

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Elvis Meets Nixon
Elvis Meets Nixon (1997) Movie Poster.jpg
Elvis Meets Nixon movie poster
Directed byAllan Arkush
Produced byAlan Rosen; Robert O'Connor (executive producer); Vicky Herman, Peter Pastorelli (line producers)
Written byAlan Rosen
Starring
CinematographyMichael Storey
Edited byNeil Mandelberg
Release date
August 10, 1997
Running time
95 minutes
CountryUnited States
Canada
LanguageEnglish

Elvis Meets Nixon is 1997 film directed by Allan Arkush and starring Rick Peters, Bob Gunton, and Alyson Court. It is an embellished account of the true story of American singer Elvis Presley meeting President Richard Nixon on December 21, 1970.

The film had a VHS release, but has not yet been released on DVD or Blu-ray.

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1970年12月21日 一个寒冷的早晨 猫王在两个保镖的随同下走向了白宫的西北门 猫王递给安保人员一封手写的信 要求和总统见面 信件很快被送到了里面 给尼克松总统阅读 信中说到: 亲爱的总统先生 首先 我向您自我介绍 我是埃尔维斯·普雷斯利 我非常崇拜你 并对你的工作致以最高的敬意 ..毒品文化、嬉皮士、学生争取民主社会组织、黑豹党员等等 我认为他们都不是所谓的敌人 或者所谓的危险团体 我认为 他们是美国的一部分 我很喜欢他们 先生 我愿意为帮助国家尽我的一切努力 因此 我并非希望能够得到一个官衔或指派的职位 如果我能够成为一个自由的联邦探员 通过我自己的方式和无论老少的人交流 我能够做得更好 毕竟 我是一个娱乐人物 我需要的仅仅是联邦的凭证 我会在这里一直待到得到联邦探员凭证为止 我对滥用毒品、共产主义洗脑手段做过深入的研究 我正处于这样的大环境里面 我能够大施拳脚 如果这一切都在保密中进行 我想我会很愿意提供帮助 我很希望和你见面 如果你不是太忙的话 打个招呼也好 充满敬意的 埃尔维斯·普雷斯利 猫王的信件被送到Bud Krogh的桌面上 他是白宫反毒品委员会长 Bud邀请猫王到他的办公室 和他谈论了关于打击毒品的事情 他发现猫王充满了诚意 Bud写了一份备忘给白宫人事总管Bob Haldemann 请求让猫王和总统见面 Bob同意了见面 并写了一行字在备忘上 “别搞笑了。” 会面安排好了 Bud致电猫王要他中午以前回到白宫 《当猫王遇见尼克松》 在Bud的办公室里 他打列出了给总统的谈论话题单 包括滥用毒品的数据 最近Jimi Hendrix和Janis Joplin的死亡信息 Bud预期了几个猫王可能会谈到的话题 例如那个猫王在里面告诉家长 流行歌曲如何美化毒品文化的电视节目 摇滚音乐中“为了生命而high”的主题的发展 或者“为了生命而high”这首歌的现场录音的相关内容 上午11点半 猫王和他的保镖回到了白宫的西北门 但是密探人员不让他们进入 猫王带了一把配了子弹的手枪 是给总统的礼物 上缴了手枪以后 猫王可以进入了 总统之后会得到这份礼物 12点半 猫王再次和Bud Krogh回见 他们共同走进了椭圆办公室 猫王入场的时候很有排场 他穿的是紧身粉丝色裤子 衬衫在胸前展开 带有金色装饰牌的分紫色披肩 尼克松总统穿着黑色的西装从办公桌后起身 这时候Bud介绍说: 总统先生 这是埃尔维斯·普雷斯利 猫王和总统握手 你好 总统先生 猫王首先和总统分享了他家人的照片 还有他收集的警章 Priscilla的 Lisa Marie的 还有我的 我非常支持我们警察的行动 看过收藏品之后 尼克松邀请猫王照相 照相过后 猫王挽起衣袖给尼克松看他的袖扣 总统觉得很不错 一边听猫王说他在拉斯维加斯表演的情况 以及他谈论披头士 披头士 我觉得他们有点反美国倾向 他补充道 在过去的十年里我一直在研究共产主义的洗脑手段 还有毒品文化 Bud为了回归话题 强调了猫王对公众的影响 总统先生 我仅仅是做我自己的事情 那就是唱歌 我不在讲台上面发表演说 我通过自己的方式去和他们接触 我能够马上进入一个嬉皮士乐队 然后让大家接受 这样会很有帮助 尼克松点头 确保你不要丧失了你自己的威信 猫王不经意地说 总统先生 你能帮我弄到一个毒品管理局的警章吗 尼克松转向Bud问这是否有可能 Bud回答说这一切都是总统的决定 那就给他一个 猫王非常高兴 拥抱了总统 谢谢你 先生 这对我来说意义重大 猫王问总统他的保镖是否能向您问好 随后Sonny West以及Jerry Schilling被邀请 一个小时以后 猫王的得到了他梦寐以求的 药物毒品局管理的警章 尽管猫王想要这次白宫之行不让外界知道 1972年1月27日 华盛顿邮报的Jack Anderson 还是发表了一篇关于此次白宫之行的报道 这是关于这个事件的首次公开报道 显然不是最后一次 有关猫王反对毒品的活动也如此 猫王得到警章以后 白宫再也没有听说过这个歌手的消息 也再没听说过他的什么关于共产主义洗脑手段的高见 尽管他们的见面不超过半个小时 这个事件一直为人津津乐道 那张猫王、或者说摇滚乐和总统握手的照片 一直是国家档案管理局要收纳的物件 其火热程度超过了美国宪法以及权利议案 这就是猫王和尼克松的会见 这就是历史

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Plot

Nixon and Presley in the Oval Office on December 21, 1970. The meeting was kept secret until Jan. 27, 1972, when The Washington Post broke the story.[1] Copies of this photo are requested from the National Archives more than any other image.[2]
Nixon and Presley in the Oval Office on December 21, 1970. The meeting was kept secret until Jan. 27, 1972, when The Washington Post broke the story.[1] Copies of this photo are requested from the National Archives more than any other image.[2]

Elvis Presley, bored with his confined existence in Graceland, leaves his home on his own for the first time since he was 21. He winds up in California and is convinced by an Anti-war activist that he is responsible for the counterculture through his influence on The Beatles. This prompts Elvis to write a letter to President Nixon asking to be made a "Federal Agent at Large" for the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs. No such position actually exists, but Nixon, wanting desperately to win over the youth of America, which he views as hating him, decides to meet with Elvis in an attempt to improve his image with the "kids".

Cast

Background

On December 19, 1970, Presley was confronted by his wife, Priscilla, and his father, Vernon, over his spending habits.[3] Angered by their confrontation, Presley left Graceland and made his way to the airport, boarding a flight to Washington D.C.[3] After checking in at the Hotel Washington, Presley flew to Los Angeles to meet his friend, Jerry Schilling.[3]

Due to an allergic reaction Presley experienced from a medication for an eye infection, aggravated by chocolate that he ate on the plane, a rash had developed on his face and neck.[3] After seeing a doctor and getting some sleep, Presley informed Schilling that he wanted to return to Washington D.C., and arranged for another friend, Sonny West, to meet them.[3] On the flight Presley met California senator George Murphy.[3] Presley showed an interest in acquiring a Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs badge, and Murphy suggested that Presley write to President Nixon offering his services to help combat illicit drug use.[3] Presley wrote a letter on the plane and hand delivered it to the White House at 6.30am on December 21.[3]

A few hours later Presley visited the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs headquarters in Washington D.C., meeting with Deputy Director John Finlator.[3] He was unsuccessful in persuading Finlator to give him a BNDD badge. Schilling received a call at the hotel from Egil Krogh, President Nixon's deputy counsel, to arrange a meeting between Presley and Nixon.[3] After picking up Schilling and West from the hotel, Presley made his way to the White House. All three met with Nixon and received gifts. Presley persuaded Nixon to give him a BNDD badge, and after an official photograph was taken, the trio left, with Presley returning to Graceland the following day.[3]

On December 30, Presley returned to Washington D.C. with a few friends to visit the National Sheriffs Association head office.[3] The next day they were given a tour of FBI headquarters, where Presley offered his services as an undercover agent.[3] Despite never getting to meet FBI director J. Edgar Hoover, Presley did receive a letter from him on January 4, 1971, acknowledging his offer of assistance.[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ Atkins, Oliver F. (21 December 1970). "Elvis meets Nixon". Famous Picture Collection.
  2. ^ Bainbridge, Luke (14 October 2007). "The Ten Right-Wing Rockers". The Guardian.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Guralnick, Peter (1999). Elvis: Day by Day. Ballantine Books Inc. pp. 285–287. ISBN 978-0-345-42089-3.

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