The original soundtrack album cover mock-up rendering in black and white, with handwritten notations in black and red.
The main text is circled in red and handwritten in the upper right is “Tom: I plan to raise the entire copy block about a 1/4 of an inch - Bob.” The top and bottom crop lines are marked in red and between them appears the handwritten notation “stereo cropping between red marks.” The image is the same as appears on the final full-color album cover.
The film was released in France under the title Salut les cousins! This French promotional display piece dominates the senses with a crimson red background that surrounds Elvis with his guitar. The inset scene shows Elvis mid-roll in the hay with “cousins” Yvonne Craig and Pamela Austin. The entire display measures 66 by 50 inches (167.64 x 127 cm) and the poster measures 63 by 47 inches (160.02 x 119.38 cm). The bottom of the frame has a plaque that reads “Kissin’ Cousins France Grande.”
The bonus photo (measuring 8 x 10 inch) that is associated with this title was not sealed in with the album but given out by the record shop owner. It is the only bonus photo from the 60’s that was not in color. The back of the photo is white.