R | | Drama, Music
Anxious about his future after high school, a 19 year old Italian American from Brooklyn tries to escape the harsh reality of his bleak family life by dominating the dance floor at the local disco.
This movie inevitably gets compared to Grease; the other big John Travolta musical from the 70s. Here's what Roger Ebert had to say about Grease in comparison with this movie:" The movie (Grease) is worth seeing for nostalgia, or for a look at ... ...
Hi ya, Tony. Two or three?
Tony Manero: Two. Two. Give me two. That's good.
When Tony is walking with Stephanie to get coffee you can hear a girl scream. This is because there was a group of girls watching them film the scene and they would scream when they saw John Travolta.
When the title appears on screen, it is done in the style of a neon sign. The word "Fever" is blinking.
$3,878,099 (USA) (18 December 1977)
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