Fame (1982–1987)
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Chris and Michael coach two rival gangs, who agree to settle their differences with a break dance competition. While Coco leaves school to pursue her career.

Director:

Michael Peters

Writers:

Christopher Gore (created by), Michael McGreevey

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Debbie Allen ... Lydia Grant
Lee Curreri ... Bruno Martelli
Cynthia Gibb ... Holly Laird
Erica Gimpel ... Coco Hernandez
Albert Hague ... Mr. Benjamin Shorofsky
Bill Hufsey ... Christopher Donlon (as Billy Hufsey)
Carlo Imperato ... Danny Amatullo
Carol Mayo Jenkins ... Elizabeth Sherwood (credit only)
Valerie Landsburg ... Doris Schwartz
Gene Anthony Ray ... Leroy Johnson
Ken Swofford ... Quentin Morloch
William Forsythe ... Snake (as Bill Forsythe)
Russ Marin ... Louie Bacca
David Greenlee David Greenlee ... Dwight Mendenhall
Michael DeLorenzo ... Michael / Fame Dancer
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Storyline

Chris and Michael coach two rival gangs, who agree to settle their differences with a break dance competition. While Coco leaves school to pursue her career.

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Details

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 December 1983 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

In the original script for Break Dance (which includes the subtitle Breaking Up That Old Gang of Mine) Leroy at first declined to coach the Enforcers, but was persuaded by Danny on learning Christopher was coaching the Silhouettes. However, Gene Anthony Ray was replaced after filming his first couple of scenes by Michael DeLorenzo. See more »

Quotes

Holly Laird: [holding up a necklace Doris received with a love letter] I'm not sure... but I think that's a tooth. A human tooth.
Danny Amatullo: Yeah, that's Snake's. He got it knocked out during a fight.
Doris Schwartz: Oh, it's Snake's. In that case we know it's not a human tooth.
Holly Laird: That's disgusting.
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Connections

References West Side Story (1961) See more »

Soundtracks

I Still Believe In Me
Music and Lyrics by Gary Portnoy and Sue Sheridan
Performed by Erica Gimpel (uncredited)
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