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Elvis Presley - Elvis 75 Facts - 75 Fact Elvis Presley

You probably know that Elvis Presley was a twin, that Priscilla was only 14 when he met her Germany and he liked peanut butter & banana sandwiches

1 Elvis name is Norse for "all wise."

2 Presley almost died in a Tupelo, Mississippi tornado when he was 15 months old.

3 Research shows that "Elvis" is ?one of the most popular passwords for computers.

4 Age 2, Elvis wiggled out of his mother's grip and joined the choir at  the Assembly of God Church

5 When he was 10, he sang Old Shep during a children's talent show. He finished fifth.

6 At 11, Presley got a guitar. He really wanted a bicycle but his parents couldn't afford it.

7 Once a boy he was wrestling with broke a hip.

8 The first time Presley recorded, it was for his mother. He paid $4 to Sun Studio to press two songs -- My Happiness and That's When Your Heartaches Begin.

9 Presley recorded anywhere from 600 to 1,200 songs, depending on whether the list includes unfinished works, alternate versions, bootlegged recordings, etc.

10 After Presley's first TV appearance in 1956, Jackie Gleason said, "The kid has no right behaving like a sex maniac on a national show."

11 A 14-year-old girl told the press: "My parents locked up my Elvis records, and broke my record player."

12 Another teen is captured in a set of Alfred Wertheimer photos 1956. The white-gloved girl got out of a cab with her father in Manhattan, saw Elvis, talked to him and broke down when he left.

13 Sometimes, Elvis would sign autographs on fans' breasts "Elvis" on the left, "Presley" on the right.

14 In 1965, Presley talked about entering a monastery.

15 Presley started wearing a chai necklace because his mother, Gladys' maternal grandmother was Jewish -- the reason he added a Star of David on his mother's gravestone.

16 When asked why he wore Chai, he said, "I don't want to miss out on going to heaven on a technicality."

17 He also is said to have been partly Scottish, Irish, German, Welsh, Cherokee & French.

18 A tartan was created in 2007 for the 30th anniversary of Presley's death.

19 Can't Help Falling in Love is set to the melody of Plaisir D'Amour, an 18th-century French song.

20 Presley loved potato cheese soup and meatloaf with mushroom gravy

21 He hated fish and wouldn't allow Priscilla to eat it at Graceland.

22 Presley preferred to take sponge baths.

23 As a teenager, Elvis worked as an usher at Loew's State movie theater in Memphis. He was fired when another usher ratted him out for getting free candy from the girl.

24 He got to wear another type of uniform when he joined the JROTC in the 10th grade.

25 Although Elvis was honored by his commanding officer for his "cheerfulness and drive and continually outstanding leadership ability," some Presley insiders thought the Army tamed him

26 The Germans called Presley "the rock and roll matador."

27 He liked to smoke thin German cigars.

28 While serving in the Army overseas, his one disappointment was never meeting Brigitte Bardot.

29 Presley's movie idol was Tony Curtis, who had black shiny hair.

30 Presley used Miss Clairol 51 D, "Black Velvet."

31 The first time Elvis' hair was professionally colored, the makeup department at Paramount used "mink brown" to make it look black on screen.

32 Presley once used black shoe polish to do it himself.

33 He also dyed his eyelashes, which caused health problems later in life.

34 In between filming 1956's Love Me Tender and Loving You, Elvis had his teeth capped

35 Several big time stars say they were influenced by Presley after seeing him perform, including Bruce Springsteen, Roy Orbison and Cher.

36 Elvis' romance with Natalie Wood was short-lived, it ended because he was just not that into her.

37 He performed Unchained Melody only in concert

38 Elvis Presley's voice spanned three octaves.

39 Elvis had a slight stutter.

40 Presley used A&D ointment to keep his lips soft.

41 When he was young, Elvis could lose several pounds during a concert.

42 Later in life, Presley topped the scales at 250 pounds.

43 Elvis loved The Tonight Show, until Johnny Carson joked about him being "fat and 40."

44 Elvis said to be as fit as a 21-year-old when he taped the '68 Comeback Special. He was actually

45 He almost didn't go onstage the first night taping the NBC show.

46 He recorded 15 songs with "blue" in the title.

47 Queenie Wahini's Papaya, Yoga Is as Yoga Does and There's No Room to Rhumba in a Sports Car are some of the strangely titled songs Presley recorded for his movies.

48 After 1972, Elvis Presley would start every concert with Also Sprach Zarathustra, a 19th-century Richard Strauss tone poem and the theme of the 1968 movie 2001: A Space Odyssey.

49 Viewers in the UK did not see the Aloha From Hawaii special because the BBC refused to pay the price for the January 14, 1973 concert. The concert was televised in 28 European countries.

50 Elvis met the Beatles 1965, because Tom Parker force him to invite them to his Bel Air, house.

51 He met Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys in 1975, but Wilson says the meeting ended badly when he made an unexpected karate move on Presley after Elvis asked him not to.

52 Here's what Presley and President Richard Nixon said during their 1970 meeting: "You dress kind of strange, don't you?" Nixon said, to which Presley responded, "Well, Mr. President, you got your show, and I got mine."website

53 The meeting was a secret until the Washington Post broke the story a year later.

54 Presley once gave Muhammad Ali a robe declaring the boxer "The People's Champion."

55 After receiving a kidnap-assassination threat, Presley performed with a pistol in each of his boots.

56 For his 36th birthday, Presley treated himself to police equipment.

57 In the early 1970s, Elvis would impersonate a police officer, driving around with a blue light, flashlight, guns, and pulling people over. Instead of tickets, he would hand drivers autographs.

58 During a concert at Nassau Coliseum in 1975, he threw a guitar into the audience, saying, "Whoever got the guitar can keep the damn thing. I don't need it, anyway."

59 Some members of the Memphis Mafia called him "Crazy."

60 Elvis karate name was "Tiger."

 61 He once broke a woman's ankle while showing her a karate move.

62 Presley was a "dog" in Chinese astrology.

63 He was Patrick Swayze's guardian angel, four psychics told the late actor.

64 Some believe that Parker had the ability to hypnotize Presley, especially before he'd go onstage.

65 It is believed Presley was prescribed about 10,000 pills the year he died.

66 When Presley played Madison Square Garden in 1972, he rented the New York Hilton's top floor.

67 Minnie Mae Presley, Elvis' grandmother, lived at Graceland.

68 Presley had a pet turkey. His name was Bowtie.

69 Elvis Pets Elvis owned a basset hound, two great Danes, a chow chow, a Pomeranian, several horses,  peacocks and guinea hens, ducks, chickens, a chimpanzee, a monkey and a mynah bird.

70 His golden palomino quarter horse, Rising Sun, is buried at Graceland.

71 It's not clear where Scatter, Presley's pet chimp, is buried. Some think the hard-drinking animal died of liver disease; others say he was poisoned by a maid he had bitten.

72 Presley believed he would die in his 40s.

73 Presley's last words were, "OK, I won't," when he assured Ginger Alden, his last girlfriend, he wouldn't fall asleep in the bathroom.

74 There were about 170 Presley impersonators when he died in 1977. Today are 250,000.

75 The first Elvis Sighting was in Kalamazoo - a woman said she saw him at a Burger King.

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