Hilton Las Vegas – Film and Media

Film

  • In August 1970 it was the setting for the stage segment of Elvis Presley’s concert documentary Elvis – That’s The Way It Is.
  • The hotel was used as the infamous “Whyte House” casino in the 1971 James Bond film Diamonds Are Forever.
  • The hotel was also featured extensively toward the end of the movie Over the Top.
  • Other notable appearances include the movie Indecent Proposal.
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Television

  • Let’s Make a Deal produced its final syndicated season here in 1976–77.
  • The television series The Oak Ridge Boys: Live from Las Vegas was taped in the Starlight Theater.
  • Two episodes of Roseanne were taped here in 1991.
  • Louis Theroux’s BBC documentary ‘weird weekends‘ was filmed here, discussing the lifestyle and merits of gambling and following several gamblers around the casino.

Music Videos

  • The Hilton is the setting of the song “Home on Monday” by the Little River Band on their album Diamantina Cocktail, starting with the lyrics, “Can you guess where I’m calling from? The Las Vegas Hilton.”

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Video games

  • The Hilton becomes the target of a terrorist bombing in Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Vegas 2

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