Saturday Night Fever

Saturday Night Fever (1977)

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Corrected entry: Connie...the girl that asks Tony if he's "as good in bed as on the dance floor" was played by a then-unknown Fran Drescher, who later became famous on the TV comedy "The Nanny."

Anthony Chiaro

Correction: How is this trivia? She's in the credits. All actors got the start somewhere.


Corrected entry: In the scene where Tony and Stephanie go into a diner to get something to eat, they sit down and talk for a minute then get their food right away, even though they haven't ordered yet.

Correction: Actually, as Stephanie and Tony sit down in the diner and begin talking, a waitress does come by fairly quickly to take their orders - which consisted of Tony getting a burger, while Stephanie asks for "just tea" (because everybody at her office just drinks tea, WITH lemon!).

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Connie: Are you as good in bed as you are on the dance floor?



In the end scene when Tony comes to Stephanie's house to apologise, you can see the microphone coming down from the ceiling.



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