Harry and Sue Lewis met in the 40es as teenagers living in the Bronx. He was an aspiring architect, she was the most beautiful girl in school, and both had a fondness for bran muffins. They... See full summary »
In November 1958, the American teenager Katey Miller moves with her parents and her younger sister to Havana. Her father is an executive of Ford expatriated to Cuba, and Katey is an ... See full summary »
Return to rockin' Rydell High for a whole new term! It's 1961, two years after the original Grease gang graduated, and there's a new crop of seniors - and new members of the coolest cliques on campus, the Pink Ladies and T-Birds. Michael Carrington is the new kid in school - but he's been branded a brainiac. Can he fix up an old motorcycle, don a leather jacket, avoid a rumble with the leader of the T-Birds, and win the heart of Pink Lady Stephanie Zinone? He's surely going to try! Written by
Though the connection was never acknowledged in the movie, Johnny Nogerelli was originally intended to be the cousin of Danny Zuko from the first film. But Michael was Sandy's cousin, and the writers thought there were too many similarities. See more »
This film is set in 1961, yet a modern skateboard appears. Boards of this type were not generally available until the early 1970s. See more »
We're going to die and I'm wearing my mother's underwear!
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Actually, I don't think that originally they were going to make it a "is he or isn't he" type thing (as far as Michael being dead). From what I remember from the book, Michael was alive and he actually wakes Stephanie up from a daydream or something backstage. So I think when they decided on this storyline, they didn't take into consideration that he was suppose to play the piano.
Also, if you look closely on the DVD, during the luau scene (while they are still singing), you can see Michael sitting on the edge of the pool eating cotton candy.
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