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DVD Review: Forget the Movie Version; Catch Up With Original ‘Fame’ TV Series

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CHICAGO – The 2009 movie version of “Fame” is getting almost nothing but pans from critics this weekend, so why not go back to the most popular incarnation of the concept, the TV series, recently released in a two-season box set that fans of classic television should consider a must-add to their collections.

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