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jkatz
It's a good song, sure, but is it worth bumping a three year old thread to post it?
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Tut tut, gentle Marge! Here in the boudoir, the gourmand metamorphizes into...the voluptuary!
Superman
jkatz wrote :

It's a good song, sure, but is it worth bumping a three year old thread to post it?
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I wanted to post about
Grease, so I posted under the original thread rather than creating a new one. On most forums I've visited, this is the preferred practice to avoid duplicate threads. If it's different around here, I'll change how I do it the next time around.
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Vaporman87
Not necessary. If you hadn't already chimed in on the subject, better late than never.
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Mr Magic
@jkatz:

There's no rule saying you CAN'T bump year-old threads around here. 
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Possibly the best non-murder moment in a Friday the 13th movie.

Superman
Okay! Thanks, Vaporman.

Frankie Avalon's "Beauty School Dropout" is another favorite song of mine. I love that they got a genuine '50s teen idol to appear in the movie.

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Mr Magic
Probably my favorite song from the movie is...

The choreography was done just right. 

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Possibly the best non-murder moment in a Friday the 13th movie.

Superman
Mr Magic wrote :

Probably my favorite song from the movie is...

The choreography was done just right. 
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I agree, Mr. Magic. It was a very well choreographed scene.
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Mr Magic
Talk about ending a movie in style.

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Possibly the best non-murder moment in a Friday the 13th movie.

eddstarr
It still surprises me when people discount John Travolta as a singer.

Here's John from 1976 on "The Captain and Tennille Show" with his hit song:



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Caps 2.0
I didn't come to enjoy "Grease" until I was an adult. I had bad memories of my 9th grade year, spent at a special education school where the other students had challenges more severe than my Asperger's Syndrome (as it was called in the late 90s). In the gym class, the "Grease" Megamix that was popular in the late 90s was played every day. Physical education was my worst subject out of the many with which I did poorly, and hearing the Megamix while I struggled every day turned me off from the movie until I was an adult and was able to distance myself from that era.

I'm also friends with Susan Buckner, who played Patty Simcox, on Facebook, and I'm hoping to do an interview with her. I'm also hoping to land an interview with Didi "Frenchy" Conn as well.
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