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In the mid-60s, a teenage 4.0 high-school student is drawn out of his element on a dare by his peers, to become a dancer on popular TV music show.

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Del (as Donovan Leitch)
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Perry Parker
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Vicky
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Morris
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Dugan
Wendy Gazelle ...
Gail
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Popeye (as Sean Gregory Sullivan)
Charlotte d'Amboise ...
Ina
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Lydia
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Station Manager
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Orson
Richard Schave ...
Tucker
Matthew Nasatir ...
Bernstein
John R. Russell ...
Ming
Elliott Alexander ...
Jack Goron
Katherine Conklin ...
Norma Goron
Wayne Armstrong ...
Connie Goron
Diane Cribbs ...
Rob Goron
Nicholas Van Strander ...
Shelly Goron
Concrete Cowboy ...
Tiny (Vicky's father)
Kelly Grant ...
Dorothy
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Director #2
Casey Nye ...
Julia
John Allen ...
Studio Technician
Tommy Carrano ...
Nasty Kid
Gavin Danker ...
Other Nasty Kid
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Dancing Bus Driver
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Fruit Stand Lady (as Randi Pareira)
Jeff Levy ...
Long Haired Kid
Peter Pryor ...
Crescent
Loren Kaufman ...
Girl with brace
Don Auspitz ...
Mr. Golden
William T. Darling ...
Carmine
William Bensen ...
Photographer
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Girl in crowd
Lisa Beach ...
Gail (singingVoice)
Elliott McDermed ...
Autograph Boy
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'Uncle Pete' Boyle
Sally Starr ...
Sally Starr
Ed Hurst ...
Director #1
Jocko Henderson ...
Piano Playing Man (as Douglas 'Jocko' Henderson)
Hy Lit ...
D.J. (voice)
Tina Bellis ...
Key Dancer (as Tina Belis)
Sara Carlson ...
Key Dancer
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Key Dancer
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Key Dancer (as Felix)
Peggy Holmes ...
Key Dancer
Michelle Johnston ...
Key Dancer
Mary Ann Lamb ...
Key Dancer
Joey McKneely ...
Key Dancer
Paul Pecko ...
Key Dancer
Jim Testa ...
Key Dancer
Sean Anderson ...
Member of the Contours
Zane Booker ...
Member of the Contours
Vernard Davis ...
Member of the Contours
Chip Garnett ...
Member of the Contours
Johnny Hobbs ...
Member of the Contours
Tyson Polk ...
Member of the Contours
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Johnnie Hobbs Jr. ...
Member of the Contours
Tara Trapani ...
Dancer
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Neil Goren (uncredited)
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Contours Member (uncredited)
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Psycho #1 (uncredited)
E.J. Dougherty ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Angella Kaye ...
Dancer (uncredited)
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Dancer (uncredited)
Michael Tunney ...
Floor Manager (uncredited)

Directed by

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Mark Rosenthal

Written by

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Lawrence Konner ... (written by)
 
Mark Rosenthal ... (written by)

Produced by

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Karen Essex ... co-producer
Jeff Franklin ... executive producer
Ken Golden ... associate producer
Jeffrey Hornaday ... co-producer
Lawrence Konner ... producer
John F. Roach ... executive producer
Keith Rubinstein ... producer
Patricia Whitcher ... associate producer (as Patricia A. Whitcher)

Music by

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Mark Snow

Cinematography by

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Anthony B. Richmond ... director of photography (as Anthony Richmond)

Film Editing by

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Jeffrey Wolf

Editorial Department

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Tony Bill ... post-production facilities
Jacqui Curtis ... post-production coordinator
Mark Herman ... first assistant editor (as Mark S. Herman)
Laura Krumholz ... assistant editor
Suzanne Pillsbury ... apprentice editor
Scott Stevenson ... assistant editor
Amy Tompkins ... assistant editor

Casting By

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David Rubin

Production Design by

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Joseph T. Garrity

Art Direction by

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Pat Tagliaferro ... (as Patrick E. Tagliaferro)

Set Decoration by

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Jerie Kelter

Costume Design by

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Peter Mitchell

Makeup Department

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Marietta Carter-Narcisse ... second makeup (as Marietta A. Carter)
Aida Dolente ... assistant hairdresser
Joanne Grossman ... key hair stylist
Robin Siegel ... makeup supervisor
Rita Targan ... hairdresser

Production Management

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Carol Drechsler ... production executive
Ricka Kanter Fisher ... production executive
Bridget Murphy ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Fred Baron ... first assistant director
Julia Cort ... second second assistant director (as Julia E. Cort)
Cathy Gesualdo ... second assistant director
Donna Kaz ... first assistant director
Dan Perri ... second unit director

Art Department

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G. Roger Abell ... set dresser
Thomas 'Doc' Boguski ... assistant property master (as Tom Boguski)
Paul A. Czech ... assistant property master
Lisa De Alva ... property mistress
Sylvain Despretz ... storyboard artist
Ken Deubel III ... scenic artist
Norman Dodge ... assistant art director
Patrick Graham ... construction foreman
Nancy Griffith ... on-set dresser
Debra Henri ... art department assistant
Bryan Lago ... construction coordinator (as Brian P. Lago)
Marc Baird ... storyboard artist (uncredited)

Sound Department

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David B. Cohn ... supervising sound editor
Charles Grenzbach ... re-recording mixer (as Charles W. Grenzbach)
David Kelliher ... sound department assistant
Doug Kent ... boom operator
David Pettijohn ... sound editor (as David A. Pettijohn)
Dorielle Rogers ... boom operator
Richard D. Rogers ... re-recording mixer
Steven J. Rogers ... sound mixer (as Steve Rogers)
Jerry Stanford ... sound editor (as Jerry R. Stanford)
Donald L. Warner Jr. ... sound editor (as Don Warner)
Scott Warner ... assistant sound editor (as Scott Charles Warner)
Robert Waxman ... sound editor
John Wilkinson ... re-recording mixer (as John K. Wilkinson)
Russell Williams II ... sound mixer

Special Effects by

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Russell Berg ... special effects coordinator

Stunts

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Danny Aiello III ... stunt player
Bill Anagnos ... stunt player
Jery Hewitt ... stunt player
Victor Magnotta ... stunt coordinator / stunt player

Camera and Electrical Department

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Steve Barnes ... first assistant camera (as Steven Barnes)
Robin Buerki ... additional camera operator
Vince Ellis ... grip
Tom Feldman ... dolly grip
Steve Gates ... camera trainee (as Steven Gates)
Mark Herman ... video playback supervisor (as Mark S. Herman)
William Jackson ... best boy grip (as Bill Jackson)
Roger G. Jans ... still photographer (as Roger Jans)
Jeffrey Jur ... additional photography (as Jeff Jur)
Casey Kehoe ... grip
Aristides Pappidas ... gaffer
Rick Raphael ... steadicam operator
David Saracco ... video assistant
Mark Shprintz ... best boy electric
Gabe Sonnino ... key grip (as Gabe Sannino)
S. Phillip Sparks ... camera operator
David B. Stroud ... second assistant camera
Donald Vetick ... dolly grip (as Don Vetick)
Rob Wright ... second assistant camera

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Shawn Barry ... wardrobe supervisor (as Shawn Barrie)
Lynda Foote ... wardrobe: set
John Libson ... wardrobe assistant
Douglas Rooney ... wardrobe assistant
Brooke Wheeler ... dresser

Location Management

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Jeff Flach ... location manager
Jeffrey Harlacker ... assistant location manager

Music Department

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Thomas A. Carlson ... music editor (as Tom Carlson)
Don Davis ... orchestrator
George Doering ... musician

Transportation Department

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Johnny Gentile ... transportation coordinator
John Morrone III ... transportation captain

Other crew

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John Chip Bailey ... production assistant
Lisa Beach ... production coordinator
Steve Bevilacqua ... production intern
Charles Bouis ... production assistant
Eric Chung ... production assistant
Joan Cunningham ... production assistant
David Epstein ... accounting consultant
Jerry Evans ... choreographer
Peggy Holmes ... assistant choreographer
David Jacobs ... production intern
Melanie Johnson ... production intern
Rick Kaplan ... production assistant
Keith Kelleher ... craft service
Kim Kopf ... assistant to director
Ruth Myers ... production intern
April Pearce ... production accountant
Derry J. Pearce ... production controller (as Derry Pearce)
Dan Perri ... creator: opening title sequence / visual consultant
Doug Taylor ... unit publicist
Lynne Taylor-Corbett ... choreographer
Brenda K. Wachel ... script supervisor (as Brenda Wachel)
Annie Walker ... production secretary: Philadelphia
Joe Walsh ... production assistant
Linda Weisberg ... dance consultant
Gus Weltsek ... production intern
Eric Wilson ... craft service

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

A young man of the rock and roll generation is in his senior year of high school. When one day he successfully gets on a popular teen dance television show he becomes a star. The plot follows him as he lives his new life in his new world. What he finds are adoring fans, jealous rivals, bitter friends left behind, and the girl of his dreams...his dance partner. Written by P. Wong

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Taglines They had all the moves! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Metidos en el rollo (Spain)
  • Party Dancing (Spain)
  • Sigue tu ritmo (Spain)
  • Dance party (Italy)
  • Dance Party (West Germany)
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  • 95 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia There was a lawsuit involving this movie. The Perry Parker character was based on a Phildelphia Disc Jockey named Jerry Blavat, who sued to keep the movie from being released. The producers of the movie settled with Blavat out of court. See more »
Goofs A highway sign indicates I-476 (the famed Philly "Blue Route") which didn't exist at the time of film. See more »
Movie Connections Features Splendor in the Grass (1961). See more »
Soundtracks Anyone Who Had a Heart See more »
Quotes Perry Parker: You know I... I talk to my teens about love, and I always say "This crazy thing called love, it makes you laugh, it makes you cry...but hey, man, it's what makes the world go 'round." Now, dying for love? Whoa! That's too momentous! I mean it's good for the books, but not for teens. Now, on the other hand, there's nothing wrong with a teen king or a teen queen FEELING like you could die for love. That way, you'd cherish every dance and you'd never waste a kiss.
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