I really enjoyed The Searcher documentary, but after watching I wished they would have made it 4 hours. The following are 10 segments that I thought could have fit into the film. The 1950's skipped what made pushed Elvis over the top when he appeared on TV, two of his best films and soundtracks (Loving You & Jailhouse Rock), and the backlash he took with his rock and roll Christmas Album. The 1960's I always loved Tom Petty's story on the set of Follow That Dream, He then continues talking about his love of Elvis and then the Beatles, and finally the original film glossed over American Sound Studios especially Elvis taking a risk with In The Ghetto. The 1970's I was most disappointed with when nothing was discussed about Elvis only concept album (Elvis Country), the discussed his first two Gospel Albums but did not mention He Touched Me (they could have included unreleased Elvis on Tour footage of gospel segment) and finally with David Porter one of the Execs of the film from Stax Records that nothing is discussed about Elvis returning to Memphis to record 3 albums.
So my goal was just to highlight those stories in some way. Obviously don't have access to the Elvis archives at Graceland, but I hope you enjoy.