(1977) Prior to the release of Saturday Night Fever
(1977), he recorded the album "Whenever I'm Away from You" that included his Top 20 hit single "Let Her In".
(1973) TV commercial
for the United States Army.
(2001) TV commercial
(1985) Appeared in Jermaine Jackson
's music video "(The Closest Thing to) Perfect".
(1983) Appeared in Frank Stallone
's music video "Far From Over".
Over Here! (1974). Musical. Book by Will Holt
. Music by Richard M. Sherman
and Robert B. Sherman
. Lyrics by Richard M. Sherman
and Robert B. Sherman. Musical Director: Joseph Klein. Dance arrangements by Louis St. Louis. Vocal arrangements by Louis St. Louis
. Music orchestrated by Michael Gibson and Jim Tyler. Scenic Design by Douglas W. Schmidt. Choreographed by Patricia Birch
. Directed by Tom Moore. Shubert Theatre: 6 Mar 1974- 4 Jan 1975 (341 performances + 13 previews that began on 21 Feb 1974). Cast: Maxene Andrews
(as "Pauline de Paul"), Patty Andrews
(as "Paulette de Paul'), MacIntyre Dixon
(as "Father"), John Driver
(as "Bill") [Broadway debut
], William Griffis (as "Rankin"), Marilu Henner
(as "Donna"), Bette Henritze (as "Mother"), John Mineo (as "Lucky"), William Newman (as "Sarge"), Ann Reinking
(as "Maggie"), Janie Sell
(as "Mitzi"), April Shawhan
(as "June"), Phyllis Somerville (as "Wilma"), John Travolta
(as "Misfit"), Douglass Watson
(as "Norwin Spokesman"), Jim Weston (as "Make-out"), Treat Williams
(as "Utah"), Samuel E. Wright (as "Sam"). Produced by Kenneth Waissman and Maxine Fox. Associate Producer: Lou Kramer.
(1974) TV commercial
for Band-Aid bandages.
(1982) Starred with Charles Durning
in "Mass Appeal" at the American Theatre Company in Aspen, Snowmass, Colorado. Directed by Paul Blake
(1987) Appeared in Stevie Wonder
's music video "Skeletons".
(2003) TV commercial
for Sky, directed by Giuseppe Tornatore
(2005) TV commercial
for Cadillac as Chili Palmer from Get Shorty
(1987) Appeared in Michael Jackson
's music video "Liberian Girl".
(2007-11, 15) Print ads for Breitling Instruments' Navitimer Swiss chronograph; (slogan: "A cult object for aviation enthusiasts"), Travolta is a licensed commercial pilot).
(1971) TV commercial
for Haggar slacks
(1970) Appeared as Hugh Peabody in "Bye Bye Birdie" at Club Benet in Morgan, New York.
(early 1970s) TV commercial
for Honda motorcycles
(1975) TV commercial
for Safeguard Bath Soap
(2010) TV ads for 187 with Michelle Hunziker
(1998) Release of the book "Travolta: The Life" by Nigel Andrews
(1984) Release of his book "John Travolta Staying Fit!"
(1997) Release of his audiobook "Propeller One-Way Night Coach: A Fable for All Ages"
(1997) Release of the book "John Travolta" by Rachel Simpson
(March 26,1973-April 2, 1973) He acted in the musical, "Grease," in a National Tour at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio with Jeff Conaway (Danny Zuko); Pamela Adams (Sandy Dumbrowski); Judy Kaye (Rizzo); Marilu Henner; Walter Charles; Mike Clifford; Carol Culver; Ray DeMattis; Vivian Fineman; Rebecca Gilchrist; Michael Lembeck; Ellen March; Lesslie Nicol; Stephen Van Benschoten; and Jerry Zaks in the cast. Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey wrote the book, music and lyrics. Douglas W. Schmidt was set designer. Carrie F. Robbins was costume designer. Patricia Birch was choreographer. Tom Moore was director. Kenneth Waissman, Maxine Fox, and Anthony D'Amato were producers.
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