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The book rights were purchased in 1987, and in 1988 it was made into a television movie written by Joyce Eliason, directed by Larry Peerce, and starring Dale Midkiff as Elvis and Susan Walters as Priscilla.

Priscilla wrote that Elvis did not approve of his father Vernon's relationship with divorcee Dee Stanley and did not attend their wedding.

Priscilla's descriptions of the nights she spent with Elvis before their marriage suggest that the star was not overtly sexual towards her.But there is also a real sweetness and warmth to her, underscored by a shadow of sadness, qualities that suggest emotions are close to the surface.She laughs easily but becomes moist-eyed just as quickly, displaying a kind of openness that was always part of her appeal. “It’s not easy,” she says, of talking about her father. The man was probably one of the most photographed people who ever lived. It’s like constantly being bombarded, like somebody putting their fingers in the wound.Priscilla describes how her father reluctantly allowed her to live in Memphis, Tennessee to be near Elvis.The initial arrangement was that Priscilla would live with Vernon and Dee while attending a Memphis Catholic school.But when Reprise suggested she move on to duets, she insisted that only Hazlewood would do.They went on to record several hits together, fusions of country, pop and psychedelia, including the darkly ambiguous Some Velvet Morning, and Sugar Town.The songs' scurrilous lyrics, with their thinly-veiled references to drugs and sex ("Some velvet morning when I'm straight/ I'm going to open up your gate") were part of the attraction.So too was the implication that theirs was more than a singing partnership, though Hazlewood maintained that they were just good friends and, in any case, Nancy, as a nice Catholic girl, never understood what she was singing about, having sensibly decided not to ask.Lee Hazlewood, who died on Saturday aged 78, was one of the most influential figures in 20th-century pop; most famous as Svengali to Nancy Sinatra, for whom he wrote These Boots Are Made for Walkin', he was also an important influence on Phil Spector's "Wall of Sound" recording techniques, and his songs have been covered by stars from Elvis Presley and Dusty Springfield to Nick Cave and Courtney Love.Jimmy Bowen, a neighbour of Hazlewood's who worked for Reprise and was dating Nancy, asked the 36-year-old record producer to do for Nancy what nepotism had failed to achieve.