A double helping of John Travolta at his disco-dancing best. In 'Saturday Night Fever' Tony (Travolta) is a Brooklyn roughneck stuck in a dead-end job as a salesman in a paint shop, who lives for Saturday night down at the disco, where his stylish dancing has made him something of a local hero. But Tony wants more than his small world can offer. Through the influence of Stephanie (Karen Gorney) - his more sophisticated dance partner - and Tony's brother - a disillusioned priest - Tony starts to question and think about the possibilities for change. The Bee Gees provide the thumping Seventies disco soundtrack. Whilst the sequel 'Staying Alive' finds Tony Manero (Travolta reprising his role) six years older, working as a waiter in a nightclub, and trying to make it as a dancer on Broadway. When he lands a role in the chorus of 'Satan's Alley' he quickly moves to pursuing the show's female lead (Finola Hughes), forgetting that he has a good, kind, dependable and caring woman (Cynthia Rhodes) waiting for him at him home. Then when the male lead is forced to leave the show, Tony is overjoyed to be offered the part in his place - but will the headstrong Brooklyn boy be able to pull it off? Written and directed by Sylvester Stallone.