Grease 2


1h 54m 1982

Brief Synopsis

Stephanie Zinone is the leader of Rydell High School's Pink Ladies, a gang of girls who are counterparts of the school's group of greasers called the T-Birds. Stephanie is tired of her relationship with top T-Bird Johnny Nogerelli, so she breaks up with him and quickly catches the eye of English exchange student Michael Carrington. Hoping to win her over, Michael tries to overcome his nerdy ways while holding off the jealous Johnny.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Genre
Comedy
Musical
Sequel
Release Date
1982

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 54m

Synopsis

A doo-wop hootenanny featuring one of the earliest screen appearances of Michelle Pfeiffer, "Grease 2" (1982) features the return of the Pink Ladies and T-Birds of Rydell High, with a new story that stars Maxwell Caulfield as a British transfer student who is a nebbish by day and a cool rider at night. Featuring '50s heartthrob Tab Hunter, Adrian Zmed, Sid Caesar, and Judy Garland's other daughter, Lorna Luft. Songs include "Back to School," "Cool Rider" and "Girl for All Seasons."

Crew

Del Acevedo

Makeup Artist

Helena Andreyko

Choreographer

James M Arnett

Stunt Coordinator

David Arntzen

Assistant Director

Patricia Birch

Choreographer

Mauri Blumenfeld

Assistant

Timothy Board

Assistant Editor

Buddy Bowles

Gaffer

Dominic Bugatti

Music Lyrics

Dominic Bugatti

Music

John F. Burnett

Editor

Artie Butler

Music Arranger

Artie Butler

Music Conductor

Don Cahn

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Gene Callahan

Production Designer

Philip Caplan

Camera Operator

Ron Cardarelli

Key Grip

Allan Carr

Producer

Warren Casey

Characters As Source Material

Christopher Cerf

Music Lyrics

Christopher Cerf

Music

William N Clark

Camera Operator

James Cook

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Jan Cook

Hair Stylist

Gary Daigler

Assistant Director

Gary Charles Davis

Stunt Double

Robert De Mora

Costume Designer

Michael Dennison

Costumer

Sally Dennison

Casting

Duane Eddy

Song Performer

Duane Eddy

Song

June Edgerton

Music Editor

Ken Finkleman

Screenplay

Wayne Fitzgerald

Titles

Mort Garson

Song

Michael Gibson

Music

Michael Gibson

Music Lyrics

Michael Gibson

Original Music

David W Gray

Consultant

Howard Greenfield

Music Lyrics

Betty Abbott Griffin

Script Supervisor

Robert Gutknecht

Sound Effects Editor

Sean Hanley

Dialogue Editor

Robert L Harman

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Lee Hazelwood

Song

Rob Hegel

Music

Rob Hegel

Music Lyrics

Bob Hilliard

Song

Jim Jacobs

Characters As Source Material

Carol Jadiker

Assistant

Kent Johnson

Property Master

Lareine Johnston

Assistant Editor

Sandra Berke Jordan

Costume Supervisor

Larry Jost

Sound Mixer

Robert Krume

Construction Coordinator

Dennis Linde

Music

Dennis Linde

Music Lyrics

Gary Luchs

Music

Neil A Machlis

Associate Producer

Neil A Machlis

Unit Production Manager

Johnny Macrae

Music

Johnny Macrae

Music Lyrics

Joel Marrow

Transportation Coordinator

Tim May

Music

Murray Mcfadden

Music

Clyde Mckinney

Consultant

Michael John Meehan

Location Manager

Bob Morrison

Music

Bob Morrison

Music Lyrics

Frank Musker

Music Lyrics

Frank Musker

Music

Andy Muson

Music

Andy Muson

Music Arranger

Robert L Newman

Assistant

Bill Oakes

Executive Producer

Venita Ozols-graham

Assistant Director

Peggy Peterson

Assistant

Lee Poll

Set Decorator

Leslie S. Rich

Costumer

Greg Rosatti

Choreographer

Silvio Scarano

Costume Supervisor

Charles Schram

Makeup Supervisor

Denny Seiwell

Music

Gini Smythe

Assistant

Louis St. Louis

Music Lyrics

Louis St. Louis

Music Arranger

Louis St. Louis

Music

Frank Stanley

Director Of Photography

Robert Stigwood

Producer

Tom Villard

Song Performer

Vivienne Walker

Hair Stylist

Katherine Wilson

Assistant

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Genre
Comedy
Musical
Sequel
Release Date
1982

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 54m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States June 1982

Released in United States Summer June 11, 1982

Re-released in United States on Video August 6, 1996

Released in United States June 1982

Released in United States Summer June 11, 1982

Re-released in United States on Video August 6, 1996