11" x 13" | Film Cell Clips | Limited Edition of 2500 | Framed | His family moved to Memphis when he was thirteen. After working as a movie theater usher and a truck driver, Elvis Presley began singing locally as The Hillbilly Cat, then signed with Sun, a local recording company then in 1955 with RCA. He did much to establish early rock and roll music bringing black blues singing into the white teenage mainstream. Teenagers became hysterical over his sexual gesturing and particularly his "Elvis the Pelvis" gyrations (TV cameras were not permitted to film below his waist). When he died he had sold over 600,000,000 singles and albums. This item contains clips of film, an image portraying the movie(s), artist(s) or character(s) and a stunning descriptive plaque. These elements have been double mounted and placed within a beautiful black wood frame. Each item comes with an official ? Trend Setters Ltd. certificate stating its authenticity. The film strip portrayed in the image above is only an example of the film cells you may receive. Please note, the cells may vary from piece to piece because they are hand selected from reels of film.