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.
While Deney Terrio has been credited with teaching John Travolta how to dance disco, members of the film's crew, and Travolta himself, credited choreographer Lester Wilson with helping Travolta develop Tony's swagger for the role. "Deney Terio did show John the moves, and I give him ... ...
Hi ya, Tony. Two or three?
Tony Manero: Two. Two. Give me two. That's good.
The story that Tony tells Stephanie that a worker was buried in the Verrazano Bridge is false.
When the title appears on screen, it is done in the style of a neon sign. The word "Fever" is blinking.
Another TV version shown on ABC in the '80s added more outtake footage, with the PG-rated print as its primary source.
$3,878,099 (USA) (18 December 1977)
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