Did you have the time of your life watching Dirty Dancing? Take this quiz to find out just how much you remember from this iconic film.
It's hard to believe that it's been three decades since we were all at theaters watching this blockbuster film. Released in the late summer of 1987, "Dirty Dancing" remains one of the most popular films of all time. The movie depicted a summer relationship between 17-year-old Jennifer Grey, who played Frances Houseman, and Patrick Swayze, who played dance instructor Johnny Castle. Grey's character was nicknamed "Baby," which, if you don't recall, is where the famous line, "Nobody puts Baby in a corner," comes from. The movie gave us a glimpse of what young people do at those summer resorts as mom and dad, played by Jane Brucker and Jerry Orbach (yes, THAT Jerry Orbach... there was life before "Law and Order," you know), socialized with the grown-ups.
The film grossed $214 million from a paltry $6 million budget and won numerous awards. The movie soundtrack spawned four hit single releases and sold more than 30 million copies worldwide. The film's legacy includes a potential remake in the pike.
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Of course it's Johnny that says "nobody puts Baby in a corner."
Baby promises to fill in for Penny as Johnny's dance partner in a special dance at a neighboring hotel.
"Dirty Dancing" is set in the summer of 1963.
Kellerman's Mountain House is a resort in the Catskills.
Jealous of Johnny's relationship with Baby, Vivian sets him up for stealing her husband's wallet. Johnny is ultimately fired, despite Baby providing him with an all-night alibi.
Baby tells Johnny her real name is Frances, after U.S. Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins.
Baby gets a chicken for helping out at the magic show.
Billy and Johnny are cousins and both work at Kellerman's Mountain House.
Penny is a dance instructor at Kellerman's who gets pregnant and decides to get an abortion.
Baby borrows $250 from Dr. Houseman to help out Penny.
Jake Houseman is a physician. He is the doctor of Kellerman's Mountain House resort owner Max Kellerman.
Baby, who struggles with the lift, ultimately chickens out at the Sheldrake Hotel.
Baby is wearing a strappy coral dress when they dance the mambo at the Sheldrake.
The Schumachers are in the audience, and Johnny and Baby are afraid their cover is blown, but the old couple never notice them on stage.
Dr. Houseman learns Robbie was the father of Penny's baby when Robbie thanks him for "understanding the situation with Penny."
Baby's family visits Kellerman's Mountain House for the summer.
Baby says she plans to attend Mount Holyoke College and then join the Peace Corps.
Robbie, who was dating Baby's sister Lisa, says, "I went slumming too," implying he slept with one of the Kellerman staff.
Johnny and Baby dirty dance to "(I've Had) The Time of My Life."
Neil tells Johnny they should dance the pachanga for the resort finale.
Grey was 26, about a decade older than Baby was supposed to be.
At 34, Swayze was much older than Johnny was supposed to be, so the first choice was actually Billy Zane!
Bergstein wanted her friend Dr. Ruth Westheimer for the role, but the famed sex therapist backed out when she learned she had to play a thief.
"Dirty Dancing" was nominated for 17 different awards and won 12, including the 1988 Oscar for Best Music, Original Song for "(I've Had) The Time of My Life."
"Dirty Dancing" was rereleased in 1997 because Conan O’Brien asked his viewers to send letters demanding it.
Sharon Stone and Sarah Jessica Parker both auditioned to play Baby, but Jennifer Aniston never did.
Patrick Swayze was apparently offered $6 million to play Johnny in a sequel but turned it down. He did make a cameo in the 2004 prequel, "Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights."
The film was released in the summer of 1987.
Both actors were in the World War III action film "Red Dawn."
During the opening credits, "Be My Baby" is playing.