Three features: 'Grease' is a film adaptation of the zippy smash hit translation from the Broadway musical tribute to the fabulous 1950s. As a new school year begins, wholesome Australian exchange student Sandy (pop star Olivia Newton-John) and duck-tailed, leather-jacketed Danny (John Travolta) parlay their summertime romance into an on-and-off attraction that may or may not cross clique lines. Sandy seriously cramps Danny's style, so he dumps her. In response, Sandy begins dating a wholesome athlete, but, as a hedge, she also joins the gum-chewin', tough-talkin' clique known as the Pink Ladies. One of the most beloved musicals of all time, the popular soundtrack includes 'You're the One that I Want,' 'Hopelessly Devoted to You,' 'Sandy,' 'Summer Nights,' and the title tune. Also features 'Saturday Night Fever' and 'Staying Alive'.
Celebrate the life and works of John Travolta with these three classic movies. In Saturday Night Fever (1977) he stars as Tony Manero the justifiably conceited "king of the dance floor" in the definitive movie of the disco generation and the film that made Travolta a star. Staying Alive (1983) is the sequel directed by Sylvester Stallone where Tony takes his search for stardom to Broadway. It was in Grease (1978) though that Travolta solidified his superstardom as he plays opposite Olivia Newton-John in the big screen adaptation of the smash hit 50s rock n roll play.