History Film / Grease

21st Aug '16 12:15:38 PM WoozyJack
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''Grease'' is a [[TheMusical musical]] play and film made in TheSeventies about TheFifties.

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''Grease'' (1978) is a [[TheMusical musical]] play and film made in TheSeventies about TheFifties.
16th Aug '16 2:27:13 PM VenusDeLovely1989
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** Well, Frenchie mmentions her homeroom teacher, who apparently 'mostly just sits in the corner and smokes,' but he isn't seen.

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** Well, Frenchie mmentions mentions her homeroom teacher, who apparently 'mostly just sits in the corner and smokes,' but he isn't seen.
16th Aug '16 2:26:19 PM VenusDeLovely1989
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**Well, Frenchie mmentions her homeroom teacher, who apparently 'mostly just sits in the corner and smokes,' but he isn't seen.
2nd Aug '16 9:27:03 PM EdwardDavies
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** In the film version, Sandy talks to Frenchie about changing herself after the race. In the TV version, it is [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Rizzo]] that Sandy talks to. It helps that Rizzo is more nicer to Sandy, to the point where she says that she knows a trick or two that can help Sandy change, when Sandy asks Rizzo for help.
1st Aug '16 12:13:41 PM EdwardDavies
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** The TV version also finally states a theme throughout the movie, which is "What's the point of living if you don't take a few chances?"
31st Jul '16 9:46:05 AM alnair20aug93
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* FiftiesHair: With the exception of with Olivia Newton-John's anachronistic '70s feathered do during her bad girl makeover, the hairstyles are as 50s as it gets.
22nd Jun '16 7:42:03 AM dsneybuf
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* FantasySequence: Marty imagines singing "Freddy My Love" in a USO show.
21st Apr '16 2:47:36 PM crl85
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* BreakingTheFourthWall: Jessie J's opening number blows it apart with dynamite, as she takes the viewers on a backstage tour, to dressing rooms (in one of these, Hudgens recorded [[https://www.instagram.com/p/BBOSGsxzCvT/?taken-by=vanessahudgens this video]] that she immediately uploaded to Instagram), through a trailer that had sketches of the various sets being used all over the walls (Carlos [=PenaVega=], who played Kenickie, also recorded an Instagram video as Jessie J passed through), and around the set on the Warner Bros. lot while singing the opening song. As she walks on to a platform in front of the school entrance to finish the film, a crew member can be seen in the background, collecting umbreallas from cast members. Later, "We Go Together" starts with the cast singing the song to the Steadicam as they make their way to the studio lot carts. During the "Born to Hand Jive" reprise that closed the show, Mario Lopez can be seen within the group with his phone out, making a video.

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* BreakingTheFourthWall: Jessie J's opening number blows it apart with dynamite, as she takes the viewers on a backstage tour, to dressing rooms (in one of these, Hudgens recorded [[https://www.instagram.com/p/BBOSGsxzCvT/?taken-by=vanessahudgens this video]] that she immediately uploaded to Instagram), through a trailer that had sketches of the various sets being used all over the walls (Carlos [=PenaVega=], who played Kenickie, also recorded an Instagram video as Jessie J passed through), and around the set on the Warner Bros. lot while singing the opening song. As she walks on to a platform in front of the school entrance to finish the film, a crew member can be seen in the background, collecting umbreallas umbrellas from cast members. Later, "We Go Together" starts with the cast singing the song to the Steadicam as they make their way to the studio lot carts. During the "Born to Hand Jive" reprise that closed the show, Mario Lopez can be seen within the group with his phone out, making a video.
21st Apr '16 2:47:00 PM crl85
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* BreakingTheFourthWall: Jessie J's opening number blows it apart with dynamite, as she takes the viewers on a backstage tour, to dressing rooms (in one of these, Hudgens recorded [[https://www.instagram.com/p/BBOSGsxzCvT/?taken-by=vanessahudgens this video]] that she immediately uploaded to Instagram), through a trailer that had sketches of the various sets being used all over the walls (Carlos [=PenaVega=], who played Kenickie, also recorded an Instagram video as Jessie J passed through), and around the set on the Warner Bros. lot while singing the opening song. Later, "We Go Together" starts with the cast singing the song to the Steadicam as they make their way to the studio lot carts.

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* BreakingTheFourthWall: Jessie J's opening number blows it apart with dynamite, as she takes the viewers on a backstage tour, to dressing rooms (in one of these, Hudgens recorded [[https://www.instagram.com/p/BBOSGsxzCvT/?taken-by=vanessahudgens this video]] that she immediately uploaded to Instagram), through a trailer that had sketches of the various sets being used all over the walls (Carlos [=PenaVega=], who played Kenickie, also recorded an Instagram video as Jessie J passed through), and around the set on the Warner Bros. lot while singing the opening song. As she walks on to a platform in front of the school entrance to finish the film, a crew member can be seen in the background, collecting umbreallas from cast members. Later, "We Go Together" starts with the cast singing the song to the Steadicam as they make their way to the studio lot carts. During the "Born to Hand Jive" reprise that closed the show, Mario Lopez can be seen within the group with his phone out, making a video.
4th Apr '16 12:01:25 AM crl85
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* AudienceParticipation: The theater-in-the-round setup posits the audience as various kinds of crowds around the characters. The downside is that they were clearly instructed to not give any kind of reactions outside the musical numbers, which kills a lot of the jokes.

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* AudienceParticipation: The theater-in-the-round setup posits the audience as various kinds of crowds around the characters. The downside is that they were clearly instructed to not give any kind of reactions outside the musical numbers, which kills a lot of the jokes. You could also tell the difference between extras in the crowd and audience members simply by looking at their clothing; a lot of the studio audience wore modern-day clothing.
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