Fame: Season 3, Episode 8

Break Dance (10 Dec. 1983)

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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.

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Christopher Donlon (as Billy Hufsey)
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Carol Mayo Jenkins ...
Elizabeth Sherwood (credit only)
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Snake (as Bill Forsythe)
Russ Marin ...
Louie Bacca
David Greenlee ...
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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.

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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

Dwight Mendenhall: With all due respect, sir, shouldn't we call the police?
Quentin Morloch: Dwight, we are the police.
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References West Side Story (1961) See more »

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