The '80s could be called the glory days of dance movies. "Footloose," "Flashdance," "Dirty Dancing" … what more could you ask for? This quiz will test your knowledge of the slick moves and plot twists of '80s dance movies.
Kevin Bacon played Ren, the outsider who dances his way in.
Bomont is in an unnamed state, but the movie is based on events that happened in Elmore City, Oklahoma.
Lithgow plays the Rev. Moore, who finally dances in the end.
Kenny Loggins, the king of '80s movie themes, does the honors for "Footloose."
"Nobody puts Frances in a corner" doesn't have the same ring to it …
"At Kellerman's, the friendships last long as the mountains stand."
As the opening credits roll, we hear the Ronettes' "Be My Baby."
Baby and Johnny dance across a log and practice their lift as "Hey Baby" plays.
Ice-T appeared in "Breakin'" as "Rap Talker."
Lucinda Dickey played Kelly, otherwise known as "Special K.'
Ozone and Turbo take Special K under their wings and show her the ropes of the break-dancing world.
Ozone and Turbo have some pretty intense dance battles with Electro Rock.
We have to admit, "Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo" is a pretty irresistible title.
Alexandra "Alex" Owens is the heroine.
Eighteen-year-old Alex is a welder by day.
Alex is an exotic dancer by night.
Alex aspires to be a ballerina.
Cara got a Golden Globe nomination for her work as Coco Hernandez in the 1980 movie.
Leroy came to the audition with a friend and wowed the stodgy judges with his wild dancing.
Leroy was finally revealed to be illiterate.
It was called the New York School of Performing Arts in the movie, but it was based on the Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts.
The two dance stars teamed up for "White Nights."
"Say You, Say Me" hit No. 1 and won Richie the Oscar and Golden Globe award for best original song.
Martin and Phil Collins also hit No. 1 with "Separate Lives."
Baryshnikov and Hines dance together at the Kirov Theatre (now known as the Mariinsky) in St. Petersburg, Russia.
In "Staying Alive," Tony Manero is seriously struggling in his quest to become a professional dancer, but glory is eventually his.
1980s dancer-of-all-trades Cynthia Rhodes plays Tina Tech in "Flashdance," Tony's unappreciated girlfriend, Jackie, in "Staying Alive" and the tragic Penny in "Dirty Dancing."
Sylvester Stallone was also tapped to play the Broadway director, but he didn't want to detract attention from Travolta.
Tony is first cast in a minor role in "Satan's Alley," but he eventually gets the lead and brings down the house with his improvised moves.
"Shag," set in the '60s, followed a group of girlfriends on a road trip to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.