Tony Manero returned to 86th street in Brooklyn, New York today for a slice of pizza and a little dancing.
More than 40 after the release of "Saturday Night Fever," John Travolta was honored outside "Lenny's" the Bensonhurst pizzeria featured in the film.
He wore the iconic black and white suit featured in the film by his character Tony Manero.
Hundreds of fans gathered to watch Travolta eat a double slice of pizza and show off some of his best moves from "Saturday Night Fever".
Travolta thanked fans and Brooklyn saying the Borough has always been part of his DNA.
Travolta said,"Brooklyn has been in my DNA since "Welcome Back, Kotter". I love you all so very much. Thank you for giving me such a foundation for my career."
At today's event, Travolta also promoted "Gotti" his new film about the life of New York City Gambino crime boss John Gotti.
The film also stars Travolta's wife Kelly Preston.
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