Saturday Night Fever (1977)

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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.

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  • John Travolta and Karen Lynn Gorney in Saturday Night Fever (1977)
  • John Travolta in Saturday Night Fever (1977)
  • John Travolta and Karen Lynn Gorney in Saturday Night Fever (1977)
  • John Travolta and Karen Lynn Gorney in Saturday Night Fever (1977)
  • John Travolta and Karen Lynn Gorney in Saturday Night Fever (1977)
  • John Travolta in Saturday Night Fever (1977)

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Trivia

To research his character, John Travolta would sneak into 2001 Odyssey with Norman Wexler. So great was his popularity from _Welcome Back Kotter' he had to disguise himself in dark glasses and a hat. Before he was spotted, he watched the Faces-the cool, aggressive dancers ... ...


Quotes

Pizza Girl: Hi ya, Tony. Two or three?
Tony Manero: Two. Two. Give me two. That's good.


Goofs

When Tony is walking with Bobby C. by the paint store, a crowd is reflected on the last window they pass before they reach the corner.


Crazy Credits

When the title appears on screen, it is done in the style of a neon sign. The word "Fever" is blinking.


Alternate Versions

In 2002, AMC (American Movie Classics) showed a new print of 'Fever' with scenes not in the theatrical release nor home version:

  • 1) After Tony's first night at the disco, he and his buddies cruise the bridge, where the song 'Jive Talkin'' can be heard in the background. He gets out of the car, and begins to caress the bridge's structure with his fingertips.
  • 2) After asking Doreen to dance, Tony and Doreen dance to 'Disco Duck'.
  • 3) Tony takes Stephanie back to her Bay Ridge home, where they kiss in the car.
  • 4) Tony signs for a telegram that tells his father has been asked to go back to work.
  • 5) After getting out of the subway, Tony buzzes Stephanie's apartment building.


Soundtracks

Night On Disco Mountain
Adapted by
David Shire
based on "Night On Bald Mountain" written by Modest Mussorgsky
Courtesy of RSO Records, Inc., Stigwood Music, Inc. and Ensign Music Corp. BMI

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Drama | Music

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