Check out John Travolta’s beer scenes from “Saturday Night Fever”, “Carrie”, “Urban Cowboy”, “Shout”, “Blowout”, “The Forger”, “The General’s Daughter” and “Wild Hogs”.
See John Travolta’s beer scenes from “Saturday Night Fever”, “Urban Cowboy”, “Blowout”, “The Forger”, “The General’s Daughter”, “Carrie”, “Wild Hogs” & “Shout”.
John Travolta goes BTM (beer to mouth) with a Budweiser in this drama about the cover up of a murder at West Point. There’s also a bar scene with Samuel Adams and Bud bottles.
John Travolta plays a movie sound guy who accidentally records an event that gets him into trouble. There are bottles of Negra Modelo and Michelob and bar signs including Rolling Rock, Schlitz and Heineken. There are also 2 great neon signs of Philadelphia favorites Schmidt’s & Ortlieb’s.
Sissy Spacek was nominated for a ‘Best Actress’ Oscar in this Stephen King story that was directed by Brian De Palma. John Travolta goes BTM (beer to mouth) with a roadie can of Pabst Blue Ribbon for the lone beer sighting in this senior prom horror.
John Travolta, Tim Allen, Martin Lawrence and William H. Macy are suburban bikers who get more than they bargained for when they cross paths with Ray Liotta’s gang. There’s lots of bottles to be seen including Michelob, Michelob Ultra & Budweiser Select. There’s also plenty of neon on display with Corona, Corona Light, Dos Equis, MGD, Bud Light, 2 Michelobs …
John Travolta teams up with his father and son, Christopher Plummer and Tye Sheridan, to forge a Monet painting and steal the original. A case and bottles of Narragansett are featured and we see some background Budweiser. There’s also an unknown mystery bottle with ‘Vinny Barbarino”.
There’s a terrific Texas trio of vintage neon signs in this John Travolta story of a music teacher at a school for wayward boys. Glowing, state shaped Jax and Pearl lights are phenomenal and the Lone Star’s not too bad either.
This disco dancing blockbuster starring John Travolta, and the Bee Gee’s soundtrack, was larger than life back in ’77. Ballentine and Schaefer cans appear in multiple scenes and we get a great Rheingold neon sign. You’ll be thrilled to know I saw this in the theater when I was 9 with my hockey buddy who conned his sweet but gullible …
John Travolta plays a hayseed who learns about city life in Houston with the help of love interest Debra Winger. The Lone Star placement is heavy and we also get good bar signage with Schlitz, Miller Lite & High Life and Coors to name a few. I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention Gilley’s.