He managed the Bee Gees and created Saturday Night Fever but the closeted impressario ‘never felt that sense of success’ according to a new documentary
Watch The Trailer For Mr. Saturday Night, HBO’s New Documentary About Disco Impresario Robert Stigwood
Over the course of the ’60s and ’70s, Robert Stigwood became an influential player in music history. He managed Cream and the Bee Gees, and also found time to produce Hair and Jesus Christ Superstar. He blended the two endeavors to break into film in the ’70s, when he spearheaded Saturday Night Fever and Grease. It goes without saying, but he helped guide a phenomenon in the latter half of the ’70s.