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    Elvis Presley Comeback Special Advertising Standee. Deeply dissatisfied with the direction his career had taken over the course of the '60s, Elvis staged a televised performance on NBC that was later dubbed the "1968 Comeback Special," featuring lavish production numbers as well as intimate and emotionally charged live sessions that saw him return to his Rock and Roll roots (his first live performance since the Pearl Harbor concert of 1961). The gamble paid off, and the comeback of 1968 was followed by a 1969 return to live performances, first in Las Vegas and then across the United States, that would mark a steady stream of sold-out shows, with many setting attendance records. This 22" x 28" color standee was one of many used to promote the now historic broadcast, and is in Very Fine condition with mild wear and a heavy fold crease along the middle.

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2007
    14th-15th Saturday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
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