Fame (1982–1987)
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Baby, Remember My Name 

The school is trying its hands at its first video yearbook and with alumni week in session, Bruno, Coco, Doris, Montgomery, Holly, and Chris are interviewed for the video. Miss Grant ... See full summary »

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Lydia Grant
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Maxie
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Jesse V. Valesquez
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Ian Ware
Loretta Chandler ...
Dusty Tyler
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Mr. Benjamin Shorofsky
Carrie Hamilton ...
Reggie Higgins
Elisa Heinsohn ...
Jillian Beckett
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Christopher Donlon (as Billy Hufsey)
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Danny Amatullo
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Mr. Bob Dyrenforth
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Lou Mackie
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Mrs. Berg
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Paul Seeger
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Leroy Johnson
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The school is trying its hands at its first video yearbook and with alumni week in session, Bruno, Coco, Doris, Montgomery, Holly, and Chris are interviewed for the video. Miss Grant recommends Leroy for a lead in the alumni week show which is to be choreographed by big-time graduate Michael Taftner but he is not convinced that Leroy can take on the part. When Chris is asked to be guest speaker for Mr. Seger's class, he lies about his success which the two but heads over. Written by Anonymous

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18 May 1987 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The storyline involving choreographer and school alumnus Michael Taftner (played by Russ Tamblyn) refers to a the fictitious movie "Four Brothers," and supposedly shows a dance scene from that movie using an ax as a prop. The scenes shown are indeed Tamblyn, taken from the 1954 film, "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers," and he duplicates the ax routine dance some 33 years after the original. See more »

Goofs

When Lydia speaks to Leroy in the dressing room, each cut and reverse shows Leroy's left hand with his bottle of juice changing position, from being up in the air, to down on the table holding the juice, to having his arms folded and not holding the juice at all. See more »

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Michael Taftner: Dreams are for sleeping.
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Connections

Features Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954) See more »

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Bird Jam
Written by Lee Curreri
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