John Travolta fans mob Brooklyn pizzeria from ‘Saturday Night Fever’

They’ve got the fever.

More than four decades after the release of “Saturday Night Fever,” John Travolta can still get Brooklyn on its feet.

Scores of fans lined up outside Bensonhurst pizzeria Lenny’s, which was featured in the disco flick and is naming a slice for Travolta on Tuesday, prompting the NYPD to issue an emergency crowd-control edict to its borough task force just before noon, according to police sources.

Video shows a crush of fans pressing in on police barriers outside the 86th Street pie house as disco thumps and more than a dozen cops keep the scene civil.

“The place is almost uncontrolled chaos,” Travolta publicist Michael Klastorin told The Post.

Travolta’s latest flick, the long-delayed biopic “Gotti” — in which he plays legendary New York City mobster John Gotti — opens on Friday.

See John Travolta chow down a double slice at Lenny’s in “Saturday Night Fever”:

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