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He leaves the theater and struts through Times Squarebeaming with his newfound success in a scene echoing the opening of Saturday Night Fever. Some actors from the first movie were also included in the cast, but their performances were cut: Donna Pescow appeared in the audience at Tony's Broadway debut, and Val Bisoglio appeared as Tony's father in a small role.
This movie has a scene where Sylvester Stallone cameoa man on the street and John Travolta Tony Manero bump into each other on the street. Saturday Night Fever producer and writer Robert Stigwood and Norman Wexler started planning a sequel soon after the original film came out indue to the film's success. They came up with the title Staying Aliveand Wexler wrote a script. Travolta was open to the idea of a sequel, but did not like the pessimism of the script, thinking that his character, Tony Manero, needed to see more success as a dancer.
Travolta stated that he wanted Manero to attempt a dance career on Broadway and end up in a leading role due to his talent. Travolta agreed to participate in the film, LP, though he preferred an ending more like the one he had envisioned: he agreed that Wexler's ending was a more realistic Stayin Alive - Various - Staying Alive (The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Vinyl, but felt that it would not be sufficiently exciting for audiences.
It was then time to find a director for Staying Aliveand Travolta, who had just seen the film Rocky III which Stallone wrote, directed and starred intold his agent that he wanted a director who could bring the energy and pacing of that film to Staying Alive.
To Travolta's surprise, Paramount, with the help of then-studio chief Michael Eisnerwas able to bring in Stallone himself. Stallone also made the Manero Stayin Alive - Various - Staying Alive (The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Vinyl more mature - given that the character was now six years older than in the original film - and made the film's language tamer than that of the first film, to ensure that it got a PG rating.
Under Stallone's supervision, Travolta spent five months doing rigorous training to develop a dancer's physique for the film, losing 20 pounds in the process. The soundtrack was released in and is mainly performed by the Bee Gees. Five new Bee Gees songs all of which have lead vocals by Barry Gibb took up the first side, with side two featuring various artists performing songs mostly written by Frank Stallonebrother of the film's director Sylvester Stallone.
The soundtrack reached number 14 in the United Kingdomnumber 6 in the United Statesnumber 1 in Switzerlandand number 2 in Italy and Japanand sold 5 million copies worldwide.
All tracks on Side A are written and performed by the Bee Gees. Despite being a critical failure, Staying Alive was a commercial success. Staying Alive was universally panned by film critics. The site's consensus reads: "This sequel to Saturday Night Fever is shockingly embarrassing and unnecessary, trading the original's dramatic depth for a series of uninspired dance sequences.
Roger Ebert called the dance productions "laughably gauche", especially the final number, which he mocked for including "fire, ice, smoke, flashing lights and laser beams". Ebert Album) that what the film most lacked was "the sense of reality in Saturday Night Fever There's no old neighborhood, no vulgar showdowns with his family he apologizes to his mother for his "attitude"!
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