Fame 2 Seasons 1982
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1. Metamorphosis This fun and footloose series begins when Julie tries her best to fit in at the New York School for the Performing Arts, with a little bit of help from Doris and Montgomery. Coco Hernandez wants Bruno to help her bring music to the lunch room.
2. Passing Grade Coco and Lydia vie for a part in a show, and Lydia has a bigger chance because her boyfriend is running the auditions. Danny wants to meet Johnny Carson, so he becomes a waiter so he could approach him
3. Tomorrow's Farewell The School Board orders the School of the Arts to have a Gym because of the mandatory P.E. class that students have to take. It takes a dance off between Lydia's class and a bunch of football players for the school board to see her point. Meanwhile,…
4. Alone in a Crowd Bruno is afraid of performing in public, and when he loses hope, a special occasion helps him beat his fear.
5. To Soar and Never Falter Bruno is in love with a dance major named Kathleen Murphy. When he is to write a piece of music for her, she performs for him and gets injured. It turns out that she has Multiple Sclerosis, and Miss Grant employs Leroy to help out Bruno. Unknowingly, the…
6. The Sell-Out When Bruno's uncle buys him a new synthesizer, Bruno gets a job to buy new music. He is doing a song for his aunt, sho just had a baby. Meanwhile, Julie wonders why Coco is suddenly so rude to her while they are doing a very important number together.
7. The Strike A teachers' strike spells disaster for a contemporary student production of "Othello" and the shock waves awaken a new found togetherness between the strikers...and the struck. The intense devotion to their classes, coupled with a demonstration…
8. Street Kid Doris, while pretending to be a hooker (for her acting assignment), meets a real hooker named Tracy, and tries to help her out.
9. But Seriously Folks Danny Amatullo's (CARLO IMPERATO) night club debut is marred when his friends and family cannot attend because of the late hour of his performance. Meanwhile, his career itself comes to an abrupt halt when the owner discovers Danny's still a minor.…
10. Come One, Come All A big star, Melinda MacNeil, is in town and everyone goes ga-ga, except Monty. Miss Grant offers her to help them put up a school's production, but things get out of hand when she starts making drastic changes that nobody approves of.
11. The Crazies Doris learns that sometimes honest is not always the best policy. She and Montgomery decide to tell only the truth for 24 hours, but the pact will turn out to be a total fiasco. When Shorofsky is hospitalized, Bruno realizes that he is important to his life.…
12. Expose When Julie gets replaced by a mannequin in a production number, she feels unimportant until a new student teacher arrives and they fall for each other. But, the student may not be the person everyone thinks he is.
13. A Musical Bridge When Bruno expresses his desire to write music, Montgomery tries to convince him to cash in his ability. Although he thinks it's not a good idea, he goes along with it.
14. A Big Finish Miss Sherwood catches two guys living with a dog in the school basement. The gang decides to help them live in a better place and they offer them money, but they are too stubborn to take "charity," so the gang decides to have a benefit concert to…
15. Reunions An old flame of Mr. Shorofsky's shows up. Leroy wants his mother to come in for parents' day, but neither of them have the money to afford it, so the gang decides to surprise Leroy.
16. A Special Place Budget cutbacks prompts the School Board to fire one of the dance school's teachers. Bruno learns that a famous composer stole the music material he wrote.
|Genres||Drama, Romance, Music, Musical|
|Starring||Debbie Allen, Lee Curreri|
|Supporting actors||Erica Gimpel, Albert Hague, Carlo Imperato, Carol Mayo Jenkins, Valerie Landsburg, P.R. Paul, Gene Anthony Ray, Lori Singer, Fran Drescher, Judy Farrell, Tommy Aguilar, Dallas Alinder, Paul Joynt, Rachel Orr, Eartha Robinson, Lycia Naff, Ellia English, Derrick Brice|
|Executive Producer||David De Silva|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
I bought this first season for sentimental reasons since the 4 episodes I loved I already had on tape: METAMORPHOSIS, PASSING GRADE, TO SOAR & NEVER FALTER (still makes me cry to this day) & STREET KID.
Most people are not old enough to appreciate this. It's an outstanding program.
If you like GLEE you will love this.
Not very clear and it allows for only half the screen viewing on my wide screen tv that's it otherwise it was okayPublished 4 months ago by Danielle Epperon
Fun to watch the old series. It's is kinda cheesy but for some reason I watched it back when it was new, and I guess I have guilty fondness for the show.Published 4 months ago by Colia
One of the best inner city, public school, pure talent shows or movies ever made! Tough inner city youth attend a school for the arts and they love to show off their skills in... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mark J. House
I've never seen the show before, but my dad always talked about how much he enjoyed it as a kid. He was very pleased to get an opportunity to relive Fame again.Published 5 months ago by Insomniac
It was as I remember, and that takes me back to a time when I enjoyed TV programs. Thank you.Published 7 months ago by Mr. John Nayler
A very good dance series to enjoy repeatedly. Good all-around acting and some awesome dance moves and singing make this special and timeless. Well worth buying.Published 7 months ago by diane manson
enjoyed watching this series on tv especially the dancing. the trials and tribulations the kids went through were portrayed with [for that time] realistic enough but kids today... Read morePublished 14 months ago by katherine w hernge
Our daughter had listed this as one of her most wanted gifts, so when I found it here at Amazon, I was relieved. The ordering process was easy, and the DVDs are in excellent shape. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mrs. Singing Lady