Australian good girl Sandy and greaser Danny fell in love over the summer. But when they unexpectedly discover they're now in the same high school, will they be able to rekindle their romance despite their eccentric friends?
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?
After enjoying a holiday romance, high school students Danny and Sandy are unexpectedly reunited when she transfers to Rydell High, where she must contend with cynical Rizzo and the Pink Ladies.
Grease deals with greasers that seem to recall the 1950s.
For 18,000 kms, snowboarders Tamo Campos, John Muirhead and Jasper Snow Rosen embark on a mission in a vegetable oil fueled bus across British Columbia and Alberta to understand Canadian resource extraction projects and the impacts they have on northern communities.
Ham and Bud, working as mechanics, wreak havoc at a new car dealership, almost wrecking a big sale.
"IN THE GREASE" (1925) stars James Finlayson who must raise his kid by himself and also take over the unruly class room at the local schoolhouse.
The star-studded premiere party for "Grease," featuring numerous unrelated musical performances.
The story behind the classic movie musical. The programme examines the original stage musical in the early 1970s, which starred a young Richard Gere, and the changes that occurred between stage and screen, including the addition of several new songs and toning down the original show's darker elements. Plus, a look at some of the actors who could have played the roles made famous by John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John.
Kamen Rider Build NEW WORLD: Kamen Rider Grease is a post series V-Cinema for Kamen Rider Build that focuses on the character Kazumi Sawatari.
Kamen Rider Build: Birth! KumaTelevi!! VS Kamen Rider Grease! is a Televi-Kun Hyper Battle DVD for Kamen Rider Build featuring the exclusive appearance of Build's KumaTelevi Form. This special takes place between episodes 18 and 19. It reveals the origin of the Hokuto Three Crows' dog tags.
Greased unfolds the conflict between duty and love in the matter of one world-shifting day for Ben and Susan.
When Joey Thurmond, a former professional wrestler and rodeo cowboy, quits the police force to realize his dream of performing as a clown full time, he recruits his family and puts his life's savings into the show. However, pressures mount while on the road when his acrobat is threatened with deportation and the 24/7 schedule puts a strain on his relationship with his co-star and son. Can Joey keep NoJoe's Clown Circus going until the end of the season?
Experimental feature film involving a car crash.
A parable based on the life of Christ. This ain't your father's Bible story, full of references about the destruction of the world through massive constipation and a New Mexican setting.
This film is based on the true life story of Wendell Scott, the first black stock car racing champion in America.
A struggling blues musician estranged from his country roots and family reluctantly returns home to face his past in this award-winning debut from writer/director Susan K. Brigham.
A documentary following a self proclaimed modern samurai as he goes on a journey to find his wife after she was taken by a flash flood.
Jose, a handsome young Mexican, leaves his home in the Sierra Madre Mountains to seek his fortune in the States. On leaving, his dear old mother bestows upon him her blessing, presenting him with a pair of gauntlets, upon the dexter wrist of which she has embroidered a Latin Cross.
Broncho Billy comes between a Mexican thug and the young woman he is disturbing. The Mexican plots revenge for the insult and captures Billy, who has rescued a lost old man. The young woman discovers Billy being held prisoner and rides for help. The townsmen gallop toward Billy's rescue.
Grease: the School Musical is a reality TV programme that appeared on TV at the end of August 2009 following on from the popular Hairspray: The School Musical. It was the result of a competition that started in 2008. The 1,000 schools were whittled down to 10 schools, then at this point filming started with the three judges. There was then a competition and dance off with the final 3 schools. Ray Quinn and Arlene Phillips appeared on the show as guests as well as Seth Rudeski. In the end Wallasey school on the Wirral won. The school went to London's West End to perform a shortened rehearsed version of Grease in the Novello theatre. They showed a series of one hour shows and two added half hour shows. The performance took place on the 9 August 2009. Many of the cast then went on to receive promotions to drama schools. The final show was viewed by 1 million people.
Grease Is the Word was the United Kingdom version of NBCs Grease: You're the One that I Want!. It aired during 2007, and was produced by Syco TV. The winning couple, Susan McFadden & Danny Bayne, went on to star in a new West End production of Grease at the Piccadilly Theatre. The judges were actor and theatre producer David Ian, concert promoter and media personality David Gest, former popstar and television personality Sinitta, and choreographer and former The X Factor judge Brian Friedman. The main ITV show was presented by Zoë Ball, and Holly Willoughby presented Greased Lightnin on ITV2. Greased Lightnin shows extra unseen auditions, behind the scenes gossip and exclusive interviews with the judges and contestants. Cat Deeley was originally scheduled to present the show, but had to pull out at the last minute due to scheduling difficulties with her American shows. Simon Cowell was also supposed to be a judge on the show but could not as it was shown at the same time as American Idol where he was contracted to appear as a judge. He was still an executive producer. Unlike the NBC series, the ITV programme was not based on the How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria? format, which is owned by the BBC.
Grease: You're the One That I Want! was an NBC reality television series designed to cast the lead roles of Sandy Dumbrowski and Danny Zuko in a $10 million Broadway revival of the musical Grease to be directed and choreographed by two-time Tony Award-winner Kathleen Marshall. The Broadway production began previews at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre on July 24, 2007, and officially opened on August 19. The TV show, from the producers of Dancing With the Stars, was patterned after an original format created by Andrew Lloyd Webber for the BBC series How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?, which selected the lead in the successful 2005 West End revival of The Sound of Music. The show's title was taken from the song "You're the One That I Want" from the 1978 screen adaptation of Grease. Although the song was not part of the original Broadway production, the revival will add the songs written for the film to those written for the original Broadway production. The program generated so much interest in the upcoming Broadway revival that, as The New York Post reported on April 4, 2007, ticket sales had topped $9 million, although the TV show was a "ratings loser".