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I'm Mark & I've Been a Fame fan since 1982. This blog is dedicated to the incredibly talented cast of the show and is a place to share music, videos and pictures. To contact me please send emails to: mark1814uk@googlemail.com

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Friday, 20 January 2017

Tomorrow's Farewell - 35th Anniversary



21st January is the 35th Anniversary of the very first broadcast in the U.S. of  "Tomorrow's Farewell"

Celebrate with us and re-watch. The English, French, Italian and Spanish versions of the episode are below. Then let us know what you think on the Facebook Fame Discussion Group.


Leroy is in trouble when his estranged brother Willard turns up on his release from Prison.


Coco is worried that Willard is a bad influence on Leroy especially when she finds out Willard has a gun.


Meanwhile a group of inspectors from  the Board of Education (or snoops as Mr Shorofsky calls them) arrive at the school.


The students are interviewed by the inspectors.


Each talking about the school,


Their likes  and

Their dislikes.


Meanwhile Lydia shows the inspectors that her dance class is tougher than any physical education class.


When Mr Tipton, on of the inspectors loses his toupee Sherwood fills in for him and interviews Leroy, who expresses wonderfully what dancing means to him.

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Remembering Carrie Hamilton on her Birthday


Remembering Carrie Hamilton on her Birthday

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This week a Morgan Stevens publicity slide.

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Monday, 16 January 2017

Inside Fame Extract by Michael Hoey - Passing Grade



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He Looks Like Romeo - Elisa Heinsohn & Carrie Hamilton


"He Looks Like Romeo" from the season 6 episode "Love Kittens Go To High School". Written by  Steve Diamond, Debra Allen and Rafe Von Hoy it is performed by  Elisa Heinsohn and Carrie Hamilton.

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Happy Birthday Debbie Allen


Happy 67th Birthday to Debbie Allen

Song of the Week - You Don't Know Who I Am


You Don't Know Who I Am - Carlo Imperato, Nia Peeples & Jesse Borrego 

Love this song!





You are the photograph of everything I've dreamed
You're living, breathing proof that dreams are what they seem 

I fantasize a life you share with me alone
I'm right for you more than any man you've ever known
You don't know who I am.

 
You say you love me for my figure and my face,
You love the way I make you feel when we embrace


You take for granted where together we're a pair
Look in my eyes, do you see what's there?
 

You don't know who I am
You don't know who I am
You don't know who I am


I'm so much more than I seem to be
Scratch past the surface and look for me
I tried to find love with you, perhaps I can
Yet when you look at me you don't know who I am 
 

You don't know who I am
You don't know who I am
No need to look for any other arms than mine
I want to taste you, slowly like a vintage wine

 
You tell me what I do for you is not enough
How I wish this could really feel like love
You don't know who I am

 
 I'm so much more than I seem to be
 Scratch past the surface and look for me
 I tried to find love with you, perhaps I can
 Yet when you look at me you don't know who I am


You don't know who I am
You don't know who I am
You don't know who I am

Friday, 13 January 2017

Passing Grade - 35th Anniversary


14th January is the 35th Anniversary of the very first broadcast in the U.S. of  "Passing Grade" from season 1.

Celebrate with us and re-watch. The English, French, Italian and Spanish versions of the episode are below. Then let us know what you think on the Facebook Fame Discussion Group.


Doris argues with Danny about the value of the trade magazines as Danny thinks they are worthless. However Doris finds the perfect role for Coco and rushes out of English Class to tell her.  

Miss Sherwood warns her there will be an extra book report if she's not back before the bell. Doris is confident she'll make it back.


However, in her haste she ends up on the wrong floor and rushes into Mr Shorofsky's class instead!


Coco is on a high about the part and tries to persuade Bruno to accompany her on the audition but he says no.


However Coco can be very persuasive and Bruno finally gives in and goes to the audition. Coco is on a high until she discovers Miss Grant is also auditioning.


Lydia decides not to report Coco for auditioning as she's confident that Coco won't get the part.


Leroy worries that Miss Grant might have to leave school if she gets the part and informs the group that the director of the show is Miss Grant's ex boyfriend. Coco is furious!


Meanwhile Danny gets a job in a restaurant in the hope of bumping into Johnny Carson.


and Montgomery reads a book on "Healthy Colours for A Sick World"! At least it helps Coco decide what colour outfit to wear for the audition.

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Thursday, 12 January 2017

Kids From Fame Media Magazine - Issue 1 January 2017


Well here it is in full, the first issue of our new Kids From Fame Media Magazine. As much as possible we've tried to recreate the original Fame Magazines from the 80s in style and content. We hope you enjoy it and if you want to help with future magazines please contact Us. 



































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