Fame: Season 2
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Amongst the collection is also the "Not in Kansas Anymore" where Doris gets knocked on the head, and whilst unconscious dreams that she meets the Wizard of Oz and all the other characters from the classical musical movie; of course, the main characters from the series take on the various film roles with Bruno as the Tin Man, Danny as the Scared Lion, Leroy as the Scarecrow, Miss Grant as the good fairy, Miss Sherwood as the Wicked Witch from the West, and Mr Shorofksi as the wizard himself. Another gem of an episode.
Overall, this is a welcome addition to the collection for "Fame" fans.Read more ›
I just love this show.
I hope we don't have to wait as long for Season Three.
An excellent TV series from the 80's. Singing, dancing and tears, all thrown in. Perfect escapism - even 20 years later.
Each multi-talented cast member is a first rate actor. Each one brought their own unique character to life, and each person makes you feel as though you could have gone to school with any one of them. Each of these wonderful people, both in real life, and in the character they portray, have so much heart and soul; something which is sadly lacking in any tv show today. I love how the characters all connect and interact with each other, and how their respective relationships with each other developed slowly. Original characters Danny and Doris, Bruno, Julie, Coco, LeRoy, Dwight, Miss Sherwood, Mr Crandall, Mr. Shorofsky, Miss Grant and Mr Reardon, plus numerous guest stars, made this show a joy to watch.
The stories are wonderful, and are written from the heart. The songs and music are uplifting and fun, and performed by this multi talented cast. Hi Fidelity, Step Up to the Mike, Desdemona, Life Is a Celebration, Friday Night are on these DVDs, as are many other great performances. A favorite episode is "A Tough Act to Follow," a very touching episode which dealt with the death of a beloved teacher, played by Michael Thoma, who had passed away in real life. Carlo Imperato, who played Danny, did an excellent acting job (though a lot of it was likely real) in portraying the grief he felt in losing his favorite teacher. Debbie Allen and Gene Anthony Ray are phenomenal dancers whose energy is contagious. Ditto for the wonderful Fame dancers.Read more ›
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I love it. Fame was a favorite in the 80s and I'm just thrilled to see the series again.
I can't wait to purchase seasons 3,4,5, & 6!!!
love this show can t wait to get season 3 and 4 can t find it i ll keep looking got this one fast and price was greatPublished 7 months ago by joyce kozachenko
Original movie better, but this more contemporary film was decent.Published 8 months ago by Stephen I. Dwyer
I always loved fame from when it first came out. I too studied as a music major and could identify with the kids in the show since they are my age group and doing what i was doing... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
I love this show!
Great dancing! Great actors, especially Gene Anthony Ray.
This collection includes 22 episodes of the Emmy and Golden Globe award winning TV series. Youngsters must tough it out in an inner city School of the Arts. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Mark J. House
Loved the series growing up-good to view without commericals!Published 13 months ago by Nancy Gomoll
This DVD is my favorite because it shows my passion for singing and dancing.Published 18 months ago by Capital One Platinum
This is one of my favorite TV shows back in the day! The singing, dancing are awesome on Fame! I can't wait to buy the rest of the seasons of this amazing show that was cancelled... Read morePublished on January 5, 2014 by MJ