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John Travolta was honored at a Brooklyn pizza restaurant in Brooklyn on Tuesday as the borough celebrated his contribution to the area through his role on Saturday Night Fever.
John Travolta celebrated the special day named in his honor at Lenny's Pizza, the establishment made famous by the hit 1977 movie.
Scene - Travolta - Playing - Tony - Manero
In the scene, Travolta - playing Tony Manero - orders two slices of pizza and walks down the street eating them at the same time, while Stayin' Alive by the Bee Gees plays.
Hundreds of fans gathered as a 'double decker slice' was named after the Hollywood legend, as New York State Senator Marty Golden praised his efforts in putting Brooklyn on the map.
'It - Opportunity - Actor - Brooklyn - Touchstone
'It's not often that we have an opportunity to recognize a great actor who helped turn Brooklyn into a cultural touchstone of the late 1970s,' Golden told the crowd.
'John Travolta did exactly that.'
Travolta - Crowds - Praise
Travolta, now 64, was overwhelmed by the crowds and the praise heaped upon him.
'I'm so humbled, it's amazing,' he told PIX 11 as police escorted him through the crowds.
'I never expected this big a turnout, it was awesome.'
Travolta appeared with his wife Kelly Preston, and both were seen digging in to the...
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