The final musical scene, "You're the One That I Want" was filmed with the help of a traveling carnival.
However, director Randal Kleiser decided the next day that additional scenes were needed for close-ups.
Unfortunately the carnival had left town, so set decorators were called in to build replica backgrounds that matched the carnival ride's construction for the close-ups.
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When they clash at Rydell's first pep rally, Danny isn't the same Danny from the beach.
They try to be like each other so they can be together.
Instead, Sandy and Danny fly off in a car and we all just cheered and laughed, thinking we’d understand when we were older. While is supposed to be a light-hearted love story, neither of its leads are ready or willing to take on the realities of youth culture, whether in the 1950s, '70s, or even now.The songs were not as good and all of the acting was horrible.I admit Keke Palmer has an amazing voice but she can not act to save her life.with me (and oh, man — I wish), she’d be embarrassed for all of us.First, like any rational adult, she’d be aghast at the presence of the flying car during the end credits.