Directed by Randal Kleiser
Produced by Robert Stigwood & Allan Carr
Written by Musical: Jim Jacobs & Warren Casey
Starring John Travolta
Music by Jim Jacobs, Warren Casey & Michael Gibson
Cinematography Bill Butler
Editing by John F. Burnett
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release date June 16, 1978
Running time 110 minutes
Country United States
Grease is one of those movies that you just can’t help but like. It has a great, 50s inspired soundtrack, some good young actors, led by the charismatic John Travolta, who look as though they are having the time of their lives on-screen and a good screenplay based on the hit stage musical. It is very hard to pinpoint just one factor that made Grease such an enjoyable film.
I have seen Grease probably a thousand times since I was a kid and it’s a film that I still love to watch. My sister used to be obsessed with Grease and more specifically with John Travolta, which is one of the reasons why I watched the film so often. My sister also liked to watch Grease 2 a lot as well but I never really liked that movie so much.