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Saturday Night Fever (Blu-ray)

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Blu-ray Disc Features:

  • Rated: Unrated
  • Run Time: 1 hours, 58 minutes
  • Video: Color
  • Released: May 2, 2017
  • Originally Released: 1977
  • Label: Paramount
  • Encoding: Region [unknown]
  • Note: Commentary by Director John Badham
    • 70s Discopedia
    • Catching the Fever
    • Back to Bay Ridge
    • Dance Like Travolta with John Cassese
    • Fever Challenge! Deleted Scene- Tony & Stephanie in the Car
  • Director's Cut
  • Audio:
    • Subtitles - English

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Memorable Quotes and Dialog:

"Would ya watch the hair! Ya know, I spend a long time on my hair and he hit it--he hit my hair."
  - Tony Manero (John Travolta) to his family
"Maybe if you ain't so good, I ain't so bad."
  - Tony Manero to Stephanie (Karen Lynn Gorney)

Entertainment Reviews:

Certified Fresh83%

TOMATOMETER
Total Count: 48

Upright71%

AUDIENCE SCORE
User Ratings: 179,238
Rating: 3.5/4 -- Saturday Night Fever makes good moviemaking seem easy. Full Review
Chicago Tribune
Jan 8, 2018
Contemptuous of the community it phonily purports to depict. Full Review
Brooklyn Magazine
Nov 9, 2016
...Travolta is deft and vibrant and he never condescends to the character....The music moves with a real spring it is step, and the movie does too.
New York Times
Dec 16, 1977
Saturday Night Fever is wonderfully honest and completely accurate when it comes to depicting that stagnant environment that keeps young people like Tony pinned down. Full Review
New York Daily News
Apr 7, 2015
Leaving aside any social commentary that the film does not address, this Saturday night is not safe from reproducing well-known cliches. Despite its silly and happy ending, it leaves us with a frustrated and broken aftertaste. [Full Review in Spanish] Full Review
El Pais (Spain)
Jul 30, 2019
This is one tough picture - bristling and raw, with an aggression more attuned to angry-young-man British kitchen sink dramas than Hollywood's quickie music-fad cash-ins. Full Review
The ARTery
Sep 24, 2015
It's a remarkable drama... Full Review
Cinema Crazed
Nov 6, 2013

Product Description:

Director John Badham's hit film propelled John Travolta to stardom, made white polyester suits an instant fashion craze, and garnered praise for its portrayal of blue-collar life. Nineteen-year-old Brooklyn native Tony Manero (Travolta) lives for Saturday nights at the local disco, where he's king of the club, thanks to his stylish moves on the dance floor. But outside of the club, things don't look so rosy. At home, Tony fights constantly with his father and has to compete with his family's starry-eyed view of his older brother, a priest. Nor can he find satisfaction at his dead-end job at a paint store. However, things begin to change when he spies Stephanie (Karen Lynn Gorney) in the disco and starts training with her for the club's dance competition. Stephanie dreams of the world beyond Brooklyn, and her plans to move to the big city just over the bridge soon change Tony's life forever. This portrait of young Brooklyn natives struggling to escape their sheltered lives for freedom and adventure in the big city of Manhattan defined a generation of disco dancers and 1970s youths rebelling against the more traditional expectations of their parents. Set to the popular dance music of the Bee Gees, this instant cinematic sensation revealed the fashions and aspirations of an underground culture to the world.

Plot Synopsis:

The film that made John Travolta a household name is set in Brooklyn to the popular dance music of the Bee Gees. Tony Manero (Travolta) is a paint-store clerk who becomes the king of the discotheque when he puts on his polyester and gets down, with a little help from a social-climbing Manhattan secretary (Karen Lynn Gorney). This definitive portrait of a generation of disco dancers in the 1970s skyrocketed its young star to fame and further propelled the disco inferno infatutation.

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Production Notes:

  • Theatrical release: December 16, 1977.
  • Shot on location in Brooklyn, New York.
  • Although John Travolta was already a teenage heartthrob due to his role as Vinnie Barbarino on the WELCOME BACK, KOTTER television series, it was SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER that made him a superstar.
  • In 1983, Sylvester Stallone directed John Travolta in STAYING ALIVE, the sequel to SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER.
  • Nik Cohen, who wrote the allegedly non-fiction magazine article on which SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER is based, admitted in 1996 that the piece was a "total fabrication." Cohen originally claimed to have met and interviewed the patrons of a real Brooklyn disco; but it turned out that his British friends were the story's true inspiration.
  • John Travolta's sister appears as the pizza lady and his mother appears as the woman for whom he gets paint.

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  • Sales Rank: 20,471
  • UPC: 032429257987
  • Shipping Weight: 0.17/lbs (approx)
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