Grease (1978) – Thunder Road Race Scene (10/10) | Movieclips

Grease (1978) – Thunder Road Race Scene (10/10) | Movieclips


You ain’t gonna
see me for dust, zuko. (all cheering) Zuk! Go! Go! Go! Come on, baby. (yelling) (whooping) (cheering)

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  1. I used to think Leo says,"You ain't gonna see me protest,Zuko," now I know correctly-"ain't gonna see me FOR DUST.." reference to the slang expression "eat dust," meaning "suffer defeat," of course. But is Leo ever in for a shocking surprise,the way Danny turns the tables on him and puts him in his place,thus "seeing Leo for dust" after all and he(Danny)is the winner instead.

  2. Annette Charles (Cha-Cha) leaned on cars throughout the scene/movie because she had an ectopic pregnancy and was in a lot of pain

  3. Hmmmm if they think back then those cars are amazing ,they should see the Lykan hypersport in this movie or a koenigsegg.Or buggati

  4. I'm surprised Zuko won. I mean wouldn't that hole on the side of his car create wind resistance thereby slowing down the car? Great movie. Leo was really a despicable character.

  5. Before they got in the cars, Cha Cha gives Leo something and Jan says, "What'd she give him?" Marty says, "A lock of hair, from her CHEST!" I love that part!

  6. What does Crater Face day at the beginning: “You ain’t gonna see me for a dust, Zucko”? Is that what he says? What does it mean?

  7. They honestly should have used cafe racer motorcycles on this scene it's more believable in the 50's that's what kids were building to race.

  8. Never realised that the Scorpion's leader's name was Leo. I assumed it was Crater Face for many years because that's what Kenickie called him LOL

  9. I saw these cars as devastatingly fast when I was younger. Now, I see these cars in 2018, and they are PAINFULLY SLOW. Slower than my '74 Beetle.

  10. At 1:33 you can see one of the most dangerous stunts ever put on film. If either car had slipped leftwards it could have been instant death.

  11. What was it with the 70s and 80s that always made movies set in the 50s. Well, I guess movies made today are mostly set in the 80s or 90s.

  12. Can you please let me know the name of this place area in the 1950s a moive called tham was film also lots of moives as well over the years

  13. Someone needs to edit this as if it were scene from 'Fast and Furious' with cuts of Paul Walker hyper shifting and Vin Diesel saying corny lines.

  14. When I was in 5th grade I asked my barber to give me a ducktail haircut. He asked me “How the hell do ya know even what kind of do that is?”
    Told him this was my favorite movie. 2010 I’m 10 years old with a ducktail

  15. ‘Not today, Cha Cha. I was born for this moment.’

    So this is where Cheryl Blossom got it. 🤣

  16. I would like to see Grease re-made in a teen friendly way. With real teen actors (like in DeGrassi High).

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