|"This work is all about Hurry up, Hurry up, wait!" commented one of the crew.|
|Groupie from neighborhood waits in hopes of catching a glimpse of John Travolta!|
|"I'm Dr. Phil," this man announced facetiously to the groupie!|
"Take my picture!"
|John Travolta's trailer protected by muscle and Newton's finest.|
|Travolta's trailer on right parked on street in front of Newton home.|
|Filming took place inside the house on Churchill Street after darkness settled in.|
|Day Junior High School boys and Groupie watch in hopes that |
Travolta will emerge from the house.
|Neighborhood groupie, laughing out loud, reports to Marash Girl, |
"This is the first time a movie star has ever put his arm around me!" [Photo Credit: M. Aytekin]
Although John Travolta did not talk to the Globe reporter when on the set at the MFA, he did hug the woman who asked him for a photo yesterday in Nonantum; he actually posed for the camera with the one admirer who had had the fortitude to wait, and the voice loud enough to call to him as he left his trailer to walk to the shoot. Apparently the Newton policeman guarding Travolta's trailer had forced the woman to keep her distance, but the woman had had the courage to call to Travolta as he emerged from his hideaway, and Travolta had had the kindness to grant that long awaited photo. (See above.) The filming took place several blocks from Marash Girl's alma mater, Frank Ashley Day Junior High School!