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March 29, 2016 - 7:40:41 AM
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Elvis Presley Video Ann-Margret talks about her relationship with Elvis Presley (07:42)

Ann-Margret was born Ann-Margret Olsson in Valsjöbyn, Jämtland, Sweden to Anna Aronsson and Gustav Olsson, a native of Örnsköldsvik. She grew up in a small town 'of lumberjacks and farmers high up near the Arctic Circle'. Her father worked in the United States during his youth and immigrated back in 1942, working with the Johnson Electrical Company. Ann-Margret and her mother moved to the USA four years later. When she filmed Viva Las Vegas with Elvis the two began a relationship.

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Elvis and Ann-Margret on the set of Viva Las Vegas

Elvis and Ann-Margret on the set from the Viva Las Vegas Hardcover Book - JAT Publishing
Elvis Presley and Ann-Margret on the set from the Viva Las Vegas Hardcover Book - JAT Publishing.


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