TRIBUTE TO BE PAID TO ‘GREASE’ STAR

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Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta

AMC Theatres announced Thursday that it will play Grease in 135
of its theaters this weekend as a way of paying tribute to the
Paramount film’s iconic star, the late
Olivia Newton-John. She
died Aug. 15 at her ranch in Southern California.

The cost per moviegoer will be $5, with $1 of every ticket sold
going to AMC’s charitable fund, AMC Cares. The proceeds will
be donated to breast cancer research.

First released in 1978, Grease is still considered one of the most enduring film musicals of all time.


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