A Polish rabbi stranded in the American wild west teams up with a daring bank robber to get to his new congregation in San Francisco. Possibly the only Jewish western ever made!
The Bee Gees' Stayin' Alive carries the opening sequence, Tony (John Travolta) cruising the streets of Brooklyn, in director John Badham's disco hit Saturday Night Fever, 1977.
Tony (John Travolta) and Stephanie (Karen Lynn Gorney), new partners, at their first rehearsal before the big disco contest, in Saturday Night Fever, 1977, directed by John Badham.
Pre-launch events at Frankfurt, Germany, May 3, 1937, security officer Ritter (George C. Scott) at work as we meet passengers, Peter Donat, Anne Bancroft, Gig Young, parents Alan Oppenheimer and Katherine Helmond, plus Burgess Meredith and companion Rene Auberjonois, in The Hindenburg, 1975.
Tony (John Travolta) in his elaborate dressing sequence, Bee Gees music, father (Val Bisoglio) dragging him downstairs to dinner, in Saturday Night Fever, 1977, directed by John Badham.
Tony Manero (John Travolta) leads his posse (Barry Miller, Paul Pape, Joseph Cali) into the 2001 Odyssey disco in Brooklyn, then dances with Annette (Donna Pescow) in Saturday Night Fever, 1977, directed by John Badham.
Quick scenes shape the world of Brooklyn hero Tony Manero (John Travolta), with buddies, his boss, and with his dad (Val Bisoglio) in director John Badham's Saturday Night Fever, 1977.
Producer and director Robert Wise shows confidence in the historical background for his fictionalized disaster movie, with extensive newsreels and narration, all preceding the credits, opening The Hindenburg, 1975, starring George C. Scott and Anne Bancroft.
Tony (John Travolta) finds the family distraught because his brother, Father Frank Jr. (Martin Shakar), has come home to announce he's leaving the priesthood, in Saturday Night Fever, 1977.
Tony (John Travolta) checks in with Pete (Bert Michaels) at the dance studio and introduces himself to Stephanie (Karen Lynn Gorney), a key scene in Saturday Night Fever, 1977.
Hindenburg -- Trailer 2 for Hindenburg
His name is Tony Manero, every guy wants to dance like him, every girl wants to be with him. TV Spot for Saturday Night Fever.
It's 1850 and new rabbi Avram Belinski sets out from Philadelphia toward San Francisco. Cowpoke bandit Tom Lillard hasn't seen a rabbi before. But he knows when one needs a heap of help. And getting this tenderfoot to Frisco in one piece will cause a heap of trouble - with the law, Native Americans and a bunch of killers. Gene Wilder and Harrison Ford are one feisty team as rabbi and rescuer in this rough-'n'-ready romp that rivals Wilder's earlier Blazing Saddles in Wild West hilarity. Director Robert Aldrich is a seasoned hand at blending roughhouse and laughter, as fans of his earlier The Dirty Dozen and The Longest Yard will attest. With a full posse of screen talents, The Frisco Kid rides tall in the comedy saddle.
A Polish rabbi wanders through the Old West on his way to lead a synagogue in San Francisco. On the way he is nearly burnt at the stake by Indians and almost killed by outlaws.
John Travolta gives a sensual and intelligent performance as the troubled Tony Manero - Brooklyn paint store clerk by day and undisputed king of the dance floor by night. Every Saturday, Tony puts on his wide collared shirt, flared trousers and platform shoes and heads out to the only place where he's seen as a god rather than just some young punk. But in the darkness, away from the strobe lights and glitter ball, is a tragic story of disillusionment, violence and heartbreak. Without a doubt, Travolta's performance made him a Hollywood legend, but Saturday Night Fever is more than just a movie that defined the music and fashion of a generation. It's a powerful and provocative urban tragedy that carries as much significance today as it did in 1977.
From John Travolta's electrifying Oscar-nominated performance to the Bee Gees' top 10 soundtrack to the unforgettable dancing, Saturday Night Fever is a movie sensation that captured the world's attention like never before. Now catch the fever all over again with this 30th Anniversary Special Collector's Edition that goes behind-the-scenes with special features on the history, culture and fashion of disco, the smash-hit soundtrack, an exclusive look at Hollywood legend John Travolta, and so much more. Now more than ever before, Saturday Night Fever is the one film that'll make you feel like dancing.
Tony Manero is a Brooklyn paint store clerk by day and undisputed king of the dance floor by night. Every Saturday, Tony puts on his wide collared shirt, flared trousers and platform shoes and heads out to the only place where he's seen as a god rather than just some young punk. But in the darkness, away from the strobe lights and glitter ball, is a tragic story of disillusionment, violence and heartbreak.
Action star Charles Bronson ("Death Wish") is an ex-crime reporter-turned-author, who takes a job as a go-between to help recover some stolen ledgers and instead becomes involved in a scheme to steal a bribe that some American businessmen are paying to Arabs. Featuring an all-star supporting cast, including John Houseman ("The Paper Chase"), Jacqueline Bisset ("Murder on the Orient Express"), Oscar-winner Maximillian Schell ("Judgment at Nuremburg"), Harry Guardino ("Dirty Harry"), Michael Lerner ("Barton Fink") and Daniel J. Travanti ("Hill St. Blues").
Action star Charles Bronson is an ex-crime reporter-turned- author, who takes a job as a go-between to help recover some stolen ledgers and instead becomes involved in a scheme to steal a bribe that some American businessmen are paying to Arabs. Featuring an all-star supporting cast, including John Houseman, Jacqueline Bisset, Maximillian Schell, Harry Guardino, Michael Lerner and Daniel J. Travanti.
George C. Scott leads an all-star cast in this imaginative suspense thriller that attempts to shed some light on the historic disaster even as its intricate plot unfolds. As a colonel assigned by the German government to make certain no one sabotages the Hindenburg on its transatlantic voyage, Scott suspects everyone aboard the luxury ship - particularly a German countess (Anne Bancroft) vehemently opposed to the Nazi regime. Stylishly directed by Robert Wise and co-starring Burgess Meredith, Gig Young, Charles Durning and Richard Dysart, The Hindenburg brings to life one of aviation's most infamous events and one of the screen's most engrossing mysteries.
Col. Ritter, assigned by the government to make certain no one sabotages the Hindenburg on its voyage, suspects everyone aboard the luxury ship - particularly a German countess vehemently opposed to the Nazi regime.
New leads persuade Crockett that a man he put on death row might be innocent. Crockett and Tubbs are assigned to review the case of Frank Hackman, who is waiting execution.
Also Available On Xfinity
Colt enters the world of women’s professional wrestling, where the Golden Girls and their shady manager are preparing for a championship match.
Also Available On iTunes, Xfinity, Amazon Instant Video and VUDU
Archie is invited to give a "man-on-the street" editorial on television, where he speaks against gun control. He then meets two people who saw the editorial ... who promptly rob him at gunpoint.
Also Available On Crackle
Archie doesn't want to appear in court as a witness when he sees a mugging. When finally approached by a detective, he claims gangsters were responsible.
Mary decides to take a television journalism course at night school and while she doesn't get the best grades, she does end up getting a few dates from her instructor.
Also Available On Xfinity, Amazon Instant Video and VUDU
Download the TV Guide app for iPhone, iPad and Android!