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The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh movie trailer - starring Julius Erving, Jonathan Winters, Meadowlark Lemon. Directed by Gilbert Moses. Genre: Comedy
A reinvention of the original Oscarr-winning hit film, Fame follows a talented group of dancers, singers, actors, and artists over four years at the New York City High School of Performing Arts, a diverse, creative powerhouse where students from all walks of life are given a chance to live out their dreams and achieve real and lasting fame...the kind that comes only from talent, dedication, and hard work.
In an incredibly competitive atmosphere, plagued by self-doubt, each student's passion will be put to the test. In addition to their artistic goals, they have to deal with everything else that goes along with high school, a tumultuous time full of schoolwork, deep friendships, budding romance, and self-discovery.
As each student strives for his or her moment in the spotlight, they'll discover who among them has the innate talent and necessary discipline to succeed. With the love and support of their friends and fellow artists, they'll find out who amongst them will achieve Fame.
Out Of Sync movie trailer - starring Yaphet Kotto, L.L. Cool J., Debbie Allen, Victoria Dillard. Directed by Debbie Allen. Genre: Drama
Life isn't going smoothly for Leo Jackson (Faison). He still lives at home, he just broke up with his co-worker girlfriend and he's had so many complaints about his sloppy work habits that his own mother is threatening to fire him. But Leo isn't one to let a few bad breaks ruin his day as long as he's got plenty of weed to take his mind off his troubles.
But when the wacked-out courier accidentally delivers a box containing 10 kilos of high quality cocaine to the wrong apartment, it sets in motion a hilarious and harrowing chain of events that could cost him his life.
In the '80s and '90s, the groundbreaking hit sitcom 'A Different World' didn't shy away from tackling the most pressing issues of the day. In fact, producer and director Debbie Allen says they were the first sitcom to bring awareness to the AIDS epidemic in 1991. Now, more than 20 years after the final episode, Debbie reflects on the impact of the show.
Debbie Allen directs episodes of “Scandal”, but she is still asked about her old show “Fame.” After all these years, is she tired of hearing the theme song?
Finely detailed drama set in turn-of the century New York in which a racist attack on a black man becomes a factor in the lives of an upper-class family. Features Cagney's final screen appearance!
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