Tony Manero is a Brooklyn paint-store clerk who'd give anything to break out of his dead-end existence. In life, Tony is a peasant; on the disco dance floor, he's a king. As the soundtrack plays one Bee Gees hit after another, white-suited Tony struts his stuff amidst flashing lights and sweaty, undulating bodies. Tony's class aspirations are mirrored in his relationship with his dance partner, a secretary eager to move into the glamorous world of Manhattan.
Drama, Comedy, Music
United States of America
John Travolta (Tony Manero), Karen Lynn Gorney (Stephanie Mangano), Barry Miller (Bobby C.), Joseph Cali (Joey), Julie Bovasso (Flo), Sam Coppola (Dan Fusco), Denny Dillon (Doreen) more..., Robert Costanzo (Paint Store Customer), Fran Drescher (Connie), Donna Pescow (Annette), Val Bisoglio (Frank Manero Sr.), Paul Pape (Double J.), Bruce Ornstein (Gus), Martin Shakar (Frank Jr.), Nina Hansen (Grandmother), Lisa Peluso (Linda), Bert Michaels (Pete), Robert Weil (Becker), Shelly Batt (Girl in Disco)
Norman Wexler (Screenplay), Robert Stigwood (Producer), Barry Gibb (Original Music Composer), Maurice Gibb (Original Music Composer), Robin Gibb (Original Music Composer), Ralf D. Bode (Director of Photography), David Rawlins (Editor) more..., Nik Cohn (Story), Bee Gees (Original Music Composer), David Shire (Original Music Composer), Dan Wallin (Scoring Mixer),
Robert Stigwood Organization (RSO), Paramount
Tony gets a piece of pizza from Lenny's Pizza.
Stephanie's new home Tony visits after a terrible night.
The hardware store where Tony works.
The house of Tony and his family.
Tony and Stephanie sit on the bench watching the Verrazano Narrows Bridge. He tells her everything he knows about the bridge.
The disco where dancing Tony is a living legend.