Chris's schoolwork suffers when his father becomes unemployed. Doris has a hard time accepting Alicia into the school until she sees how Alicia comes to Chris' rescue.

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Bruno Martelli (credit only)
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Coco Hernandez (credit only)
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Christopher Donlon (as Billy Hufsey)
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Phoebe Yadon-Lewis ...
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Mr. Donlon
David Greenlee ...
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Michael / Fame Dancer
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Chris's schoolwork suffers when his father becomes unemployed. Doris has a hard time accepting Alicia into the school until she sees how Alicia comes to Chris' rescue.

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27 May 1984 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Lydia Grant: I thought you said you didn't want to direct the show?
Michael: I said I didn't want to. I didn't say that I wasn't capable.
Lydia Grant: Oh, then you do think you can handle it?
Michael: Oh, no problem, I can handle it.
Lydia Grant: Oh, good. Then you got it baby, the job is yours.
[pulls a cassette out of it's player]
Michael: But wait, I'm...
Lydia Grant: No Michael, look, I have my hands full without trying to direct this extravaganza.
[puts the cassette in his hand]
Lydia Grant: Merry Christmas, happy birthday, the job is yours. Have a good time.
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Starting At The End
Music and Lyrics by E. Mergency, T. Rigger, L. Boray, and J. Fluitsma
Sung by Cynthia Gibb (uncredited), Valerie Landsburg (uncredited), Bronwyn Thomas (uncredited) and Eartha Robinson (uncredited)
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