A psychedelic rant about a gambling Elvis impersonator and his troubles with the Vegas Mafia, featuring a hapless crew of broken down Elvis impersonators who find themselves in competition with an Elvis who’s so good, everybody starts to wonder. Could it really be true that the CIA and aliens from Alpha Centauri have brought Elvis back to Vegas?
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