Why Son Of Grease?
In a 1982 profile of Maxwell Caulfield,
Cynthia Heimel wrote:
||Maxwell Caulfield, a
tall and heavily muscled lad with a shock of probably real blond
hair and a sweet baby face, looked strikingly handsome in his
Erik Estrada outfit. He was wearing a sequined shirt, mean-looking
dark glasses, dangerous-looking black leather trousers, and black
Gestapo boots. On the front of his shirt he had stenciled
SON OF GREASE, one of many attempts in his one-man campaign to
change the film's title, which he considers too drab for words.
("The Next Overnight Sensation," New York Magazine, March 22,
We here at the Son Of Grease web
site agree with Mr. Caulfield's opinion of the movie's title, hence
Now you know.