Filmmaker John Frame plans each shot with incredible precision and then takes it. Then he plans his next shot. He tells producer Phoebe Judge what inspired him to begin his stop-motion project. See some of his work here.
At 91 years old, Henry Stone is still at work as a record producer. He remembers producing one of Ray Charles' earliest recordings, and hand-selling early R&B albums to train porters and in barbershops.
Elvis would have been 75 years old today. And even though it's been more than 30 years since he died, worldwide celebrations are being held and Elvis mania seems as big as ever. Gene Doucette was a young designer specializing in embroidery back in 1972 when he got a call that would change his life: he was asked to help design jumpsuits for Elvis Presley's live concerts. Gene talks to Dick about what it was like creating the elaborate costumes that are nearly as memorable as the songs.