Grease 2

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William Bill Rotsler was an American cartoonist and graphic artist; author of several science fiction novels and short stories and television and film novelizations and non fiction works on a variety of topics ranging from Star Trek to pornography; a prominent member of science fiction fandom; and a sculptor primarily in metal who contributed to the art at the entrance to the Los Angeles Po.

Grease 2 MOBI ✓ Paperback
  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • Grease 2
  • William Rotsler
  • English
  • 24 June 2014
  • 9780671455767

10 thoughts on “Grease 2

  1. Michelle says:

    After the disappointment of the first Grease novelization being told from Sonny's point of view I was uite apprehensive about this one I wasn't expecting it to exist but found it after looking it up on the off chance I have to say the Grease 2 novelization is much better than its predecessor and I really enjoyed it William Rotsler has done a much better job of sticking to the film than Ron de Christofro did of the first as I mentioned in my review for the first it was almost like Ron had only seen bits from the screenplay and was making up the rest as he went along And telling it from Sonny's perspective was the wrong way to tell the story It's a fairly average length novelization coming in at 152 pages and there's a few additional scenes included but thankfully the songs are considerably cut only a few lines from the songs exist as part of the characters dialogue which is OK when it's just one or two lines When they start reciting pretty much verse and chorus it does lean towards being a little cringeworthy The additionalextended scenes includeMichael's uncle and aunt exist they were clearly cut from the final film as they appear than once and Michael uncle Tommy shows him the air raid shelter This makes a lot sense than it does in the film as all we see is Michael working on the essays for everyone else in here Eugene gets frisked for his lunch money by the T Birds and also walks into the boys toilets when Michael and Goose are arranging another essay to write Eugene says that his mother was right There is detail about Mr Spears breakdown when Mr Stuart gets introduced Blanche and Coach Calhoun have a conversation about what happened in the Sex Ed class this was done as a way to explain what happened when the Reproduction song is sung Frenchy is the one who provides the leathers to Michael for his jaunt as the Cool Rider of Stephanie's dreams because Frenchy just happened to have some leather from a previous class The one bugbear I always had was how Rhonda breaks her nose rather than have the nose job that she was wanting this is explained in the novelization and it is the result of a door hitting her in the face There is an extended scene between Michael and Frenchy in the chemistry lab after Michael's first appearance as the Cool RiderOn the night of the Talent Show Michael heads towards Griffith Park Observatory which would be nice for readers if they knew the area But then he also appears during the Talent Show trying to talk to Stephanie this is a bit that I was glad was cut from the final film as when Michael does finally reveal who he is to Stephanie it makes it all the better for not seeing him in the lead up to this He also appears at the luau before the big reveal telling Frenchy that he doesn't think Stephanie is worth itBy the end of the book Paulette and Johnny's relationship is now reversed with Paulette in charge and telling Johnny off for parading around without his shirt on Dolores also appears to stuff her bra with tissues to win over Davey which makes sense when she approaches Michael at the end of the film Mr Stuart's and Miss Mason's relationship is confirmed with some dialogue between them which was left a bit open ended in the film I felt with them disappearing behind the flowers The author did have a nasty habit of freuently referencing the characters full names repeatedly Even the minor characters the majority of the time they were referred to by their first name and last name This gets a bit frustrating and repetitive as it's really not necessary past the first introduction I would say as well Mr Stuart comes across as a bit of a lech in the book so than the timid man who is scared of females in the film He constantly is referred to as looking at the girlswomen in a lecherous way and Stephanie also feels this during the bookGrease 1 and 2 have always been my guilty pleasure films and while I would not recommend the first novelization I would definitely recommend this one as it's a considerable improvement and definitely worthwhile tracking down before the price increases any ​

  2. Sarah Baines says:

    I read this a few years ago now but I've never forgotten how shockingly bad I found it It was a faithful novelization of the film but weirdly I think that's the problem and It's not a patch on the film I'll stick to watching it not reading it

  3. Debi says:

    I was so in love with this movie when I was a kid I've had this book for years but never read it until now It's different in many ways from the movie with the most obvious being the songs were sort of talked through as words in conversations

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