1956 was the year Elvis appeared out of nowhere, immediately rocketing across the entertainment firmament like a Technicolor comet. This poster was printed for two days of shows he played in Jacksonville that August. So incendiary were his performances that after his first matinee show a local judge instructed him that he had to tone down his sexy moves for the sake of public morals. Hang the Hillbilly Cat on your wall, if you dare! Printed on acid-free paper for durability. 22 x 28, sizes are approximate.