PG | | Comedy, Drama, Music
A struggling young jazz dancer meets up with two break-dancers. Together they become the sensation of the street crowds.
Alfredo Quinones and Michael Chambers admitted during documentary Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films (2014) that they resented and didn't accept Lucinda Dickey as part of their group. Dickey also stated that some of the dialog between her and Quinones "rang true" in terms of her being the outsider during the production.
Don't jump to conclusions. I've seen 'em dance.
Franco: Yeah, in the ghetto, maybe. But, the real dance world, against a disciplined art form, they're going to make fools of themselves.
When James and Adam are watching Kelly, Turbo and Ozone dancing at the Radio-Tron, you can hear "Right on!" But neither Adam nor James lips move.
$6,047,686 6 May 1984