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Opened in Theaters: Monday, December 19th, 1977

Directed by John Badham

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Saturday Night Fever
Academy Award® Nominee

R
strong language, sexuality/nudity and some drug content

Starring John Travolta, Karen Lynn Gorney, Barry Miller...  View more >

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[--- Good ---]by George Jobson VIP MemberJun 12, 2002

1977 was a big year for disco, dancing and Studio 54. "Star Wars" may be the biggest story that came out that year, but there are other movies that made news as well.

And that's where "Saturday Night Fever" came in. That movie not only made a star out of John Travolta, but it took the disco craze to new heights, thanks to the soundtrack. Travolta plays Tony Manero who goes down to the local discotheque which is named "2001 Odyssey." and dances, and his dancing isn't bad at all.

But what I like about this film is the soundtrack. And my favorite is "Disco Inferno." And that scene inwhich Travolta danced to that song is cinema history in the making. "Saturday Night Fever" tells us that this movie is more than just dancing, it is living you life as see fit.

Another performer who came out that movie is Donna Pescow who had a hit TV series in 1979 on ABC called "Angie." I was in love with her back then, she was a beautiful actress. 




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