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A popular version of the hit film musical about New York's High School of the Performing Arts ran for two seasons on NBC before flying high in first-run syndication for four more years.

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Street Kid Season 3, Episode 9 Jan 7, 1984 Paid

While researching for a role as a teenage streetwalker, Doris (VALERIE LANDSBURG) is shocked to find a girl her own age actually plying the world's oldest profession. Determined to get her off the street, Doris "adopts" her and arranges an audition at the School of the Arts. Unfortunately, the young woman doesn't possess the talent to pass the rigid requirements and is not admitted.Doris fears that the rejection will send the girl back to the street, but the girl reveals that the care and affection she has received from Doris and her friends has convinced her to abondon prostitution and return home to her parents.

UN Week Season 2, Episode 23 Apr 7, 1983 Paid

For the special U.N. Week, our gang is mixed up with students from the academy school, and they all end up fighting, because the visitors act snobbish. Danny is bothered by a girl who is teamed up with him. Coco makes everyone believe that she is a Eastern European dancer. Dwight gets a crush on a girl he meets.

UN Week Season 2, Episode 22 Mar 31, 1983 $1.99

The school hosts a "U.N. Week" with Emerson High School and the kids learn getting along with each other is more than just a matter of different geography -- even in New York City. Meanwhile, Lydia's (DEBBIE ALLEN) helping Reardon (MORGAN STEVENS) get ready for an audition is misinterpreted as the two of them having an affair

Ending on a High Note Season 2, Episode 21 Mar 10, 1983 $1.99

Lydia (DEBBIE ALLEN) "blackmails" Leroy (GENE ANTHONY RAY) and Danny (CARLO IMPERATO) into coaching a church basketball team for her friend Brother Timothy, with the opportunity to be in the school's Alumni production, but when the game and the show conflict, the boys are torn as to where their loyalties lie.

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Fame Season 2
Fame Season 2
Fame - (Original Trailer)
Students at a performing arts high school struggle with personal problems in Fame (1980).
Fame - Theatrical Trailer
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Featurette - Remember My Name Kay Panabaker
01:26 — Featurette for Fame which introduces us to Kay Panabaker, who plays Jenny in the film.

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