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The two special edition widescreen DVD releases include some of the deleted scenes present in the PG version.
They engage in wild behavior such as balancing themselves along the dangerous railing of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, often while in varying states of drunkenness.
Nonetheless, Tony and Stephanie take the top prize, which Tony immediately dismisses (realizing they didn't deserve it), claiming the contest was rigged in his favor (because of his popularity at 2001).
It starred John Travolta and was directed by Sylvester Stallone.(Staying Alive was rated PG; it also pre-dated the introduction of the PG-13 rating.) John Travolta - Tony Manero Karen Lynn Gorney - Stephanie Mangano Barry Miller - Bobby C. Joseph Cali - Joey Paul Pape - Double J. Donna Pescow - Annette, a former girlfriend of Tony, still in love with him Bruce Ornstein - Gus Val Bisoglio - Frank Manero, Sr., Tony's father; an unemployed construction worker Julie Bovasso - Flo Manero, Tony's mother Martin Shakar - Father Frank Manero, Jr., Tony's brother; a Catholic priest Nina Hansen - Tony's Italian grandmother Lisa Peluso - Linda Manero, Tony's sister Sam Coppola - Dan Fusco, paint store owner, Tony's boss Denny Dillon - Doreen Bert Michaels - Pete, owner of dance studio Robert Costanzo - Paint store customer Robert Weil - Becker Shelly Batt - Girl in disco Fran Drescher - Connie (Drescher's film debut) Donald Gantry - Jay Langhart Murray Moston - Haberdashery salesman William Andrews - Detective Ann Travolta - Pizza girl (Travolta's sister) Helen Travolta - Lady in paint store (Travolta's mother) Ellen March - Bartender Monti Rock III - The deejay Roy Cheverie - The wrong partner (uncredited) Adrienne King - Dancer (uncredited) Alberto Vasquez - Gang member (uncredited) M.J.Quinn - Dancer (uncredited) Joe Macera - Gang member (uncredited) Grace Davies - Girl in red dress (uncredited)Donna Pescow was almost considered 'too pretty' for the role of Annette.
It is among the longest cuts of the film.A blu-ray edition was released on May 5, 2009 in the United States and was released across Europe the following week.A sequel, Staying Alive, was released in 1983.
Composer David Shire, who scored the film, had to in turn write a song to match the dance steps demonstrated in the scene and eliminate the need for future legal hassles.