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Way back in 2016, when the A.V. Club was part of that Summer’s 'Television Critics Association Press Tour', they were able to snatch an interview with TV Legend, Lee Majors, who
was at that time playing the excellent role of Bruce Campbell’s father on the then season of "Ash Vs. Evil Dead".

They obviously spoke about his 40 years on TV and Movies and his most famous roles as 'Steve Austin' on "The Six Million Dollar Man" in the 1970's and then as 'Colt Seavers' on
''The Fall Guy'' in the ’80s. Lee Majors was a 24 karat gold TV icon.

But did you know that on Lee Majors
official IMDB listing, states that he had an uncredited appearance in Clambake with Elvis?  Well, it seems that not many people do realise this
and so we thought that we should bring it to you attention.

Below is taken from the original interview by the A.V. Club
AVC = the A.V. Club  &  LM = Lee Majors

Clambake (1967)—“Man In Restaurant” (uncredited)
AVC: With the caveat that I didn’t get a chance to confirm this, IMDB says that you make an uncredited appearance in Clambake.

LM: Yeah, well, Elvis [Presley] and I were great friends, and I went over to [visit him at] the set at Four Star, over at the old Republic Studios. That’s where I shot Big Valley, actually.
[Hesitates.] In fact, come to think of it, the Big Valley producers were producing Clambake—[Jules V.] Levy, [Arthur] Gardner, [Arnold] Laven.

So Elvis was going to do a scene in a bar with Shelley Fabares, trying to pick her up or whatever, and in the back these waiters were wearing—oh, you know, the tasseled cup hats
that the Shriners wear.

AVC: Fezzes.

LM: Yeah, and they were also wearing vests with gold trim and stuff. So I went and put one of those on, and then they put a mustache on me. So I’m cleaning up a table, and Elvis is
about 5 or 10 feet away from where I’m cleaning, and as he’s talking to her, I’m knocking over glasses and shit. Finally they said, “Cut!” And he didn’t look around—he just kind of
shrugged—but I think I did it three times in a row, and on the third time he turned around and said, “What the fuck are you doing?” [Laughs.] I’m sorry, I didn’t mean to say that.
“What the hockey puck are you doing?”

AVC: It’s all right. We won’t censor you here.

LM: Well, anyway, the next take, I did it right, and you can spot me back there. So, yeah, it’s me with the mustache, cleaning the table behind him. He called me “Double Trouble,”
because they did a movie where he was playing cousins [Kissin’ Cousins], and he had to play a blonde, so he played two parts and had to play a blonde, so he played two parts
and had to dye his hair blonde for the one part. And his Memphis Mafia kept teasing him: “You look like that guy on The Big Valley, Heath Barkley!” [Laughs.]

So he called me “Double Trouble,” and we used to play tricks on each other all the time. He’d be on stage in Vegas at the old International Hotel, and I’d come off the other side
from where he’s leaning down and singing, and I’d get some scarves and bring ’em out, and he’d hear this roaring over there from the other side of the stage, and he’d see me and
go, “What the hell are you doing over there?” We’d do stuff like that all the time. We had a good time. It’s too bad he died so young.

Originating Source - A
.V. Club

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