Disturbing Photos From Studio 54

 Tony Curtis Looking Suave In a Velvet Jacket

A peek behind the curtain of history can tell us a lot about the stars and celebrities we think we know so much about. Viewing photographs of the events reveals just how decadent the world's most famous club really was.

Studio 54 was a club where the famous and the infamous would mingle randomly and lines of would-be dancers would beg to get in. What happened behind the walls of this historic New York City club? How long did the parties last, and what did stars like Mick Jagger, Jamie Lee Curtis and a very young Drew Barrymore do in these all-night ragers?

Take a closer look, as these new colorful rare photos and stories delve deeper into the history than you'll think you know, telling the real stories and hidden secrets of Studio 54.

The 1970s, a time when even Hollywood's most glamorous stars could not escape the ups and downs of fame. But that didn't stop Tony Curtis, the song-and-dance fanatic who has captured the hearts of audiences everywhere, from relaxing and having a good time. Despite being at a career low, Curtis was a regular at Studio 54, the city's most popular club, where he could let his hair down and have fun. With his suave style, devil-may-care attitude and irresistible charm, Curtis was the life of the party, drawing crowds and mesmerizing everyone with his moves on the dance floor. Whether he was performing one of his signature songs or simply enjoying the music, Tony Curtis proved that even in the midst of a career decline, he was still a star in every sense of the word.

Everyone, no matter who they were, had to attend Studio 54 during Studio 54's golden years. It didn't matter whether they were moguls or actors, if they wanted to be seen and admired they knew they had to go through those velvet ropes. Going to Studio 54 in the late 70s and early 80s wasn't just a thing to do, it was a right to go there.

While many celebrities went to Studio 54 themselves in search of something specific, Robin Williams was known for bringing his wife to this extremely hot dance club. Onlookers say he was always prepared and ready to take off. Even though the club was considered a scary place it could provide moments of hilarity.
Williams and his wife would often go to the club and stay late. Not much is known about what his wife did, but Williams was known to become the life of the party after abusing certain substances. He may have been America's darling, but he could do whatever he wanted at Studio 54.

Studio 54 came at the beginning of the era of celebrity, when everyone knew what David Bowie and Mick Jagger looked like. Fans knew that if they wanted to see their favorite stars all they had to do was go to Studio 54. That is, if they can get in.

When people talk about how popular this club was, they are not exaggerating by any means. It was on many people's bucket lists to attend. Even people who were sick or with broken and/or broken legs came out when they should have been in bed.

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