Protecting The King movie review
The movie, “Protecting the King,” is based on the true life story of David Stanley.
This movie gets a 5 star rating for giving a view of the music industry and the “Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll” lifestyle that has been the leading cause of death of a great many music legends.
At the tender age of 4 years old Elvis Presley became his step brother and he moved into the Graceland Mansion. At the at age of 16 he became the youngest body guard is the history of Rock & Roll. The life that evovled from Elvis going from brother to boss in David Stanley’s life is a real life story of “Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll”.
He found out fast that sex, drugs and violence are all part of the job when you’re protecting The King of Rock & Roll. The on-the-job training comes in ways that can’t be taught in school for a 16 year old rebel who went from school boy to man in the fast lane of life over night. When you watch “Protecting the King” prepare to be all shook up by the shocking true story of David Stanley, stepbrother and bodyguard of The King of Rock & Roll.
This movie gives you back stage unlimited access to the dizzying highs and lows of the life on the road that nearly killed David Stanley. Watch as he deals first hand with an attempt on Elvis’s life, the women of Rock & Roll fandom and the party till you drop lifestyle that cost him his marriage and nearly his life. David Stanley lived the lifestlye that surrounds the superstars of the music industry. Lucky for him, he lived to tell his tale.
The film gives an insight into the side of Elvis’s life that could only be described by a family member seeing it from the inside out. Starring Matt Barr of “One Tree Hill” fame as the butt-kicking playboy, David Stanley, and Peter Dobson as The King of Rock & Roll, Elvis Presley.
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