The Life, Times, Stars, & Strangers of Studio 54

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Easily one of the most infamous clubs of all time, Studio 54 was THE place to be between 1977 to 1979. Created by club owner Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager (and Jack Dushey as a financial backer) in 1977, the club was notorious for its debauchery, excess, and free acceptance of the oddities that walked into the door. Actually, the more unique you were, the better chances you had to get in! Or if you were famous, because ALL of the stars had to make a stop in it’s short 33 months of business. Watch the video above to start your adventure into the life, times, stars, and strangers of Studio 54!

The feeling of love was constantly flowing. Here are Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta "practicing" for their icon roles in the film "Grease."

Diana Ross LOVED hanging out at the DJ booth.

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