I learned not to blink in a close-up or move your head at all, because if you did, they wouldn't use it.
It captures a lot of the spirit of the '50s.
Rocco paid me 35 bucks a week at Murray's Inn in South Jersey. People started asking Rocco to have me sing.
The kids have all seen it on DVD or videotape.
Yes, but I don't think of the Teen Angel as of an age.
I think today's music absolutely stinks. I really do mean that.
I like that because the fans want to see onstage what they know so well from the big screen.
I was not a trained actor.
I wish I could talk to Annette, but she doesn't even correspond at this point.
I've been around two years shy of 50 years doing what I do. I am a musician.
Kids know me from their Grease DVD, so they instantly respond. You can hear a pin drop when I do my old songs.
No sooner than I did take it seriously, I had million-selling hits and movies with John Wayne.
These kids today, everything is about hitting a vocal home run.
They look for the top note to end every song. They don't know what they are singing about. There is no style.
They weren't great pictures, but they were fun, and they really represented that period of time well.
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