History Film / Fame

4th Feb '16 7:27:35 AM Morgenthaler
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* ArtisticLicense: "P.A." as shown in the film closed in 1984, but modern productions such as ''TheLifeAquatic'' are mentioned by the characters in the remake.
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* ArtisticLicense: "P.A." as shown in the film closed in 1984, but modern productions such as ''TheLifeAquatic'' ''Film/TheLifeAquaticWithSteveZissou'' are mentioned by the characters in the remake.
31st Jan '16 8:14:34 AM Market43Fan
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* RashomonStyle: The Season 5 finale "The Incident" (focusing on an accident that left Jesse Velazquez unconscious). In fact it came a little too close to plagiarism[[note]]MGM accused writer Michael [=McGreevey=] of ripping off the 1964 film ''Film/TheOutrage'' (itself a Westernized remake of the original ''Film/{{Rashomon}}''. This prompted a Writer's Guild investigation revealing the plagiarism was actually that of executive producer Donald Reiker rewriting the script shot for shot from Rashomon. Eventually, the Outrage writers received compensation and [=McGreevey=] received a "teleplay by" credit instead of "Written by".[[/note]]
22nd Jan '16 4:16:02 PM Market43Fan
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* EmergencyImpersonation: The 1985 episode "His Majesty Donlon" sees Chris having to [[PrinceAndPauper trade places]] with Prince Frederic of Vatonia to allow the prince to experience normal life for a period (though unknown to Chris until a [[NearMisses near-miss]]; the Prince is also the target of an assassination plot).
27th Sep '15 10:45:53 AM megarotic
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* DrillSergeantNasty: Miss Grant comes the closest. -->'''Lydia Grant''': You've got big dreams, you want [[TitleDrop fame]]. Well fame costs, and right here is where you start paying; in sweat.

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* DrillSergeantNasty: Miss Grant comes the closest. -->'''Lydia Grant''': You've got big dreams, you want [[TitleDrop fame]]. Well fame costs, and right here is where you start paying; in sweat.
27th Sep '15 10:44:50 AM megarotic
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* DrillSergeantNasty: Miss Grant comes the closest. -->'''Lydia Grant''': You've got big dreams, you want [[TitleDrop fame]]. Well fame costs, and right here is where you start paying; in sweat.
21st Sep '15 10:15:58 AM Market43Fan
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* LocalHangout: Lou's Lanes becomes this during the latter part of the series' run.
1st Sep '15 3:18:18 AM Adept
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** ''DreamHigh'' = ''Fame'' IN [[KoreanDrama KOREA]]!
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** ''DreamHigh'' ''Series/DreamHigh'' = ''Fame'' IN [[KoreanDrama KOREA]]!
19th Jul '15 1:10:39 PM Morgenthaler
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* VillainSong: Miss Sherman's half of "The Teacher's Argument" verges on this, since she's trying to convince Miss Bell that Tyrone will never make it as a dancer. ** Not entirely true: Miss Sherman is trying to convince Miss Bell that even though Tyrone is extremely talented, he needs to be prepared for whatever happens if he doesn't make it as a dancer. It's more of an "if," not a "when." *** It's still the closest anyone in the musical comes to a VillainSong, since the audience isn't supposed to sympathize with Ms. Sherman.
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* VillainSong: Miss Sherman's half of "The Teacher's Argument" verges on this, since she's trying to convince Miss Bell that Tyrone will never make it as a dancer. ** Not entirely true: Miss Sherman is trying to convince Miss Bell that even though Tyrone is extremely talented, he needs to be prepared for whatever happens if he doesn't make it as a dancer. It's more of an "if," not a "when." *** It's still the closest anyone in the musical comes to a VillainSong, since the audience isn't supposed to sympathize with Ms. Sherman.
18th May '15 5:22:08 PM nombretomado
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The original film received two AcademyAwards: one for the score in general, and one for the title track.
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The original film received two AcademyAwards: UsefulNotes/{{Academy Award}}s: one for the score in general, and one for the title track.
10th May '15 7:43:06 PM nombretomado
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** ''{{Glee}}'' = ''Fame'' IN A REGULAR SCHOOL! ** ''{{Victorious}}'' = ''Fame'' AS A SCREWBALL COMEDY!
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** ''{{Glee}}'' ''Series/{{Glee}}'' = ''Fame'' IN A REGULAR SCHOOL! ** ''{{Victorious}}'' ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' = ''Fame'' AS A SCREWBALL COMEDY!
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