And we're not just talking onscreen. In his last feature-film role, 1969's "Change of Habit," Elvis Presley played a doctor who fell in love with a nun played by Mary Tyler Moore. But Moore told Larry King in a 2002 interview that the King of Rock had a little thang for her offscreen, too.
Now thanks to Starz Encore's "Whole Lotta Elvis" movie marathon -- during which the network will air selections from Presley's 31-movie (33 if you include two concert films) acting resumé -- you can watch "Habit" for signs of Elvis's affection for the Emmy-winning sitcom queen.
Watch a video montage of Presley's 31 films:
The marathon, which kicked off on May 1 with "Girls! Girls! Girls!" and will run all month long, features 24 Elvis movies, including the 1981 docudrama "This Is Elvis," which mixed archival footage of Elvis and voice-overs by his friends and family with re-enactments by four actors who portrayed the King at various stages of his life.
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