Wednesday, December 14, 2016

1977: Another anniversary of Saturday Night Fever


The movie "Saturday Night Fever" hit the theaters this week in 1977.  The rest is history:
"Millions of Americans did, however, make it through the film that made a movie star out of 23-year-old John Travolta and propelled the already famous Mr. Gibb, along with his brothers Maurice and Barry, to a level of superstardom rarely achieved before or since.

The film, of course, was Saturday Night Fever, a pop-cultural juggernaut that had its world premiere at Mann's Chinese Theater in Los Angeles on this day in 1977.
Like many, I watched the movie and found the soundtrack fantastic.  I wasn't that crazy about the movie story but that's OK.  I watched the movie a couple of years ago and my original analysis is the same same:  good music, silly story!

There were four new songs from the movie.  The best was "How deep is your love", a great love ballad.  The others were "Stayin' Alive", "Night Fever" and "More than a woman".   





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