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    Elvis Presley NBC Television Special Promotional Booklet (1968). The Colonel didn't miss many opportunities to promote his prized charge, and it was never more evident than around Christmastime! In this case, the milestone '68 Comeback Concert afforded an extra-special opportunity, since it was scheduled during the holiday season. The 28-page booklet promotes the Singer-sponsored TV special on the front cover and devotes several pages inside listing the radio stations nationwide that would broadcast Elvis' half-hour Christmas program. Elvis' latest movies and catalog of recordings are promoted as well in this attractive booklet. And while copies aren't all that common, Al Dvorin managed to save a few, and we're offering 25 Mint copies here! From the Al Dvorin Archive.

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    14th Tuesday
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