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ELVIS, JOE AND THE BOYS

Elvis Presley Personal Copy of the Original Theater Version OF THE XXX Rated Film “Deep Throat”


I personally bought this original copy of the original ground breaking XXX rated porn movie “Deep Throat” from Joe Esposito, the road manager of Elvis Presley from 1958 till his death in 1977. “Deep Throat” is the greatest and highest grossing adult film of all time. 


Joe mention that he was told by Elvis to “Get that movie” due to all the hype it was getting, for “the Christmas party”. He had 8 days to get the movie and says he got it just 2 days prior to the party. Joe received this copy from a movie studio he said he had reached out to. It was mailed to Memphis TN. In late December of 1973. 

Joe said that he, Felton, Elvis and the boys were in Memphis in December of 1973 recording 2 albums. He remembers one of the albums as “Good Times” saying he had always remembered the name of the album because it rang true with the movie. 


When Joe got the movie canister, he took it to meet the guys at Stax Recording Studio, once there he showed the canister to everyone and that’s when Elvis said “Guys It’s for the Christmas Party” The guys had joked about Elvis wanting to watching it alone before them. 

(Joe Says that Elvis had finalized his divorce to Priscilla in October of 1973 and the ongoing joke was the King needed this) 


In January 1974, Joe, at the request of Elvis, had brought this movie with them to Las Vegas NV for his one month engagement at the Las Vegas Hilton. The movie was played after his shows, during parties in the penthouse on top of the Las Vegas Hilton where Elvis stayed. After the completion of Elvis`s one month engagement at the Las Vegas Hilton in February of 1974, Joe stored it away and never played it again. 



ABOUT JOE ESPISITO 

DIED Nov. 28, 2016
Joe Esposito, who was Elvis Presley’s right-hand man, close friend and road manager for nearly two decades, died on Wednesday at his home in Calabasas, Calif. He was 78. 
“When you worked for Elvis it wasn’t eight hours a day or 10 hours a day,” he told The Las Vegas Sun in 2007. “It was 24 hours a day, seven days a week, because we did everything together. We went on vacations together. We traveled together. Everything we ever did we all did it together.” 

Mr. Esposito was a best man, along with his fellow Memphis Mafia member Marty Lacker, at Presley’s wedding to Priscilla Ann Beaulieu in 1967. His wife at the time, the former Joan Roberts, was matron of honor.

In 1977, after receiving a distress phone call from Ginger Alden, Presley’s fiancée — Presley had divorced his wife in 1973 — Mr. Esposito rushed to find Presley dead in a bathroom at Graceland. He later broke the news to Priscilla Presley and to Tom Parker, Presley’s manager. He was a pallbearer at Presley’s funeral.



ABOUT DEEP THROAT 

Deep Throat is a 1972 American pornographic film that was at the forefront of the Golden Age of Porn (1969–1984). The film was written and directed by Gerard Damiano, who was listed in the credits as "Jerry Gerard"; produced by Louis Peraino, credited as "Lou Perry"; and starring Linda Lovelace, the pseudonym given to Linda Susan Boreman.


One of the first pornographic films to feature a plot, character development, and relatively high production values, Deep Throat earned mainstream attention and launched the "porno chic" trend, even though the film was banned in some jurisdictions and was the subject of obscenity trials.

Deep Throat grossed $1 million (equivalent to $6 million today) in its first seven weeks of release in 1972, including a then-porn film single-screen record of $30,033 ($179,887 today) in its opening week at New York City's New World Theatre. The film made a then-record $3 million ($18 million today) in its first six months of release and was still ranked among the top 10 highest-grossing films, as ranked by Variety, 48 weeks after its release.


Estimates of the film's total revenues have come in at $600 million (equivalent to $3.6 billion today) have been cited, which would make Deep Throat one of the highest-grossing films of all time. With an average ticket price of $5 ($29.95 today), box-office takings of $600 million would imply 120 million admissions.

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