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Staying alive

Author: Sylvester StalloneRobert StigwoodDennon RawlesSayhber RawlesNorman WexlerAll authors
Publisher: Hollywood, CA : Paramount, 1990, ©1983.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape : NTSC color broadcast system   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Sequel to the film Saturday night fever. Drama about the career and romantic entanglements of a Broadway dancer.
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Genre/Form: Motion pictures
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Dance
Drama
Named Person: John Travolta; Cynthia Rhodes; Finola Hughes; Steve Inwood; Julie Bovasso; Charles Ward; Barry Gibb; Robin Gibb; Maurice Gibb
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Sylvester Stallone; Robert Stigwood; Dennon Rawles; Sayhber Rawles; Norman Wexler; Nik Cohn; Robert Boyle; Johnny Mandel; Bob Mackie; Paramount Pictures Corporation (1914-1927)
ISBN: 079210014X 9780792100140
OCLC Number: 34402046
Notes: Motion picture originally released by Paramount Pictures in 1983; re-released as a videotape in 1990 by Paramount, Hollywood, CA.
Credits: Executive producer, Bill Oakes ; director of photography, Nick McLean ; choreography, Dennon Rawles and Sayhber Rawles ; music, songs by the Bee Gees ; additional music, Johnny Mandel ; additional songs, Frank Stallone and others ; screenplay based on characters created by Nik Cohn ; production design, Robert F. Boyle ; costumes, Thomas M. Bronson and Bob Mackie (finale).
Cast: John Travolta (Tony Manero), Cynthia Rhodes (Jackie), Finola Hughes (Laura), Steve Inwood (Jesse), Julie Bovasso (Mrs. Manero), Charles Ward (Butler), and others.
Description: 1 videocassette (96 min.) : sd., col. NTSC ; 1/2 in. (VHS)
Contents: Dance contents: Numerous scenes of dance classes, auditions, and rehearsals, as well as disco dancing. Two scenes depict stage performances. The first features Hughes and Butler in principal roles, with Rhodes in the ensemble. The second, "Satan's alley," is the climax of the film, and presents Hughes and Travolta as the leading dancers.
Responsibility: Paramount Pictures ; director, Sylvester Stallone ; producers, Robert Stigwood and Sylvester Stallone ; screenplay, Sylvester Stallone and Norman Wexler.

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Sequel to the film Saturday night fever. Drama about the career and romantic entanglements of a Broadway dancer.

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