Dirty Dancing was originally a low-budget film with small expectations, but went on to gross over $200 million (£126 million) at the worldwide box office and become the first film to break the one million copies barrier on home video.
This week, Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey's dance classic turns 25, and in those 25 years we've had a re-release, a musical in London's West End and an unfortunate 're-imagining' in the form of Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights. The original film has stuck in people's heads, making Swayze a pinup and giving us the immortal line "Nobody puts Baby in a corner".
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To celebrate the film's milestone, take a look at our gallery of its most memorable moments below:
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