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  1. "The Happy Days Reunion Special" Malcolm Leo: Sam Denoff & Marc Sheffler and Malcolm Leo: March 3, 1992 () A 90-minute special hosted by Henry Winkler with various clips shown from past episodes and cast members reminisce about their time on the show. "Happy Days: 30th Anniversary Reunion" Linda Mendoza

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    Episodes
    Originally Aired(first Aired)
    Originally Aired(last Aired)
    16
    January 15, 1974 ( 1974-01-15)
    May 7, 1974 ( 1974-05-07)
    23
    September 10, 1974 ( 1974-09-10)
    May 6, 1975 ( 1975-05-06)
    24
    September 9, 1975 ( 1975-09-09)
    March 2, 1976 ( 1976-03-02)
    25
    September 21, 1976 ( 1976-09-21)
    March 29, 1977 ( 1977-03-29)
  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Happy_DaysHappy Days - Wikipedia

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    Set in Milwaukee, Wisconsin during the 1950s, the series revolves around teenager Richie Cunningham and his family: his father, Howard, who owns a hardware store; traditional homemaker and mother, Marion; younger sister Joanie Cunningham; Richie's older brother Chuck (briefly in seasons 1 and 2 only, disappearing from storylines afterward); and hig...

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    1. Richie Cunningham – The protagonist for the first seven years of the series (1974–80). When Ron Howard left the show due to his burgeoning directorial career, Richie was written out by leaving to join the United States Army. He marries his girlfriend, Lori Beth, in season eight by phone, while Fonzie stands in for him in the wedding.Howard returned for guest appearances as Richie during the show's final season. He came back with Lori Beth and their son, Richie Jr., and Ralph in the season...

    Minor/recurring

    1. Marsha Simms (Beatrice Colen) (seasons 1–3, 5; 22 episodes) – A carhopin the first two seasons. Appeared in the background of a few episodes during the first and second seasons before disappearing from the show in the third season. However, she later returned for a flashback guest appearance in the episode "Our Gang". 2. Bobby Melner (Harris Kal) (seasons 8–11; 19 episodes) – Friend of Chachi and Joanie seen in episodes after Richie and Ralph left the show. He is a student in Fonzie's auto...

    Notable guest stars

    1. Hank Aaron, the Milwaukee Braveshome run king, appeared in season seven, episode nineteen 2. Frankie Avalon appeared as himself (in season 9), singing his signature song "Venus" to a swooning Jenny Piccolo at the Leopard Lodge's annual "Poo Bah Doodah" musical 3. Dr. Joyce Brothers(season 5, episode 19) appears as herself, trying to help Fonzie's dog out of a depression 4. Julie Brownmade her television debut in the seventh-season episode "Ahhh Wilderness" as one of three girls who went ca...

    Happy Days originated during a time of 1950s nostalgic interest as evident in 1970s film, television, and music. In late winter of 1971, Michael Eisner was snowed in at Newark airport where he bumped into Tom Miller, head of development at Paramount. Eisner has stated that he told Miller, "Tom, this is ridiculous. We're wasting our time here. Let's...

    In 1978, actor Robin Williams made his screen debut during the fifth season of Happy Days, as the character "Mork" in the episode "My Favorite Orkan." Sought after as a last-minute cast replacement for a departing actor, Williams impressed the producer with his quirky sense of humor when he sat on his head when asked to take a seat for the audition...

    Paramount Home Entertainment and CBS DVD have released the first six seasons of Happy Days on DVD in Region 1, as of December 2, 2014. For the second season, CBS features music replacements due to copyright issues, including the theme song "Rock Around the Clock". ('The Complete First Season' retains the original opening, as it was released before ...

    There have been two reunion specials which aired on ABC: the first was The Happy Days Reunion Special originally aired in March 1992, followed by Happy Days: 30th Anniversary Reunionin February 2005 to commemorate the program's 30th anniversary. Both were set up in interview/clip format.

    Happy Days resulted in seven different spin-off series, including two that were animated: Laverne & Shirley, Blansky's Beauties, Mork & Mindy, Out of the Blue, Joanie Loves Chachi, The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang (animated) and Laverne & Shirley with The Fonz(animated). 1. The most successful of these spin-offs, Laverne & Shirley (1976–83) starrin...

    Books

    A series of novels based on characters and dialog of the series was written by William Johnstonand published by Tempo Books in the 1970s.

    Comic books

    Western Publishing published a Happy Days comic bookseries in 1979 under their Gold Key Comics brand and Whitman Comics brand.

    Animation

    There are two animated series, both produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions in association with Paramount Television (now known as CBS Television Distribution). The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang ran from 1980 to 1982. There are also animated spin-offs of Laverne & Shirley (Laverne & Shirley in the Army) and Mork & Mindy (centering on a young Mork and Mindy in high school). The following season, they were connected together as Mork & Mindy/Laverne & Shirley/Fonz Hour(1982).

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  4. Cathy Silvers as Jenny Piccalo Ted McGinley as Roger Phillips Linda Purl as Ashley Pfister Tom Bosley as Howard Cunningham Guest Starring Erin Moran as Joanie Cunningham Scott Baio as Chachi Arcola Crystal Bernard as K.C. Cunningham Billy Warlock as Flip Phillips Heather O'Rourke as Heather Pfister Pat Morita as Arnold

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  5. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. ... List of Happy Days episodes: This is a list of episodes from the tenth season of Happy Days. Contents. 1 ...

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    • Characters
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    Set in Mil­wau­kee, Wis­con­sin, the se­ries re­volves around teenager Richie Cun­ning­ham and his fam­ily: his fa­ther, Howard, who owns a hard­ware store; tra­di­tional home­maker and mother, Mar­ion; younger sis­ter Joanie Cun­ning­ham; Richie's older brother Chuck (briefly in sea­sons 1 and 2 only, dis­ap­pear­ing from sto­ry­lines af­ter­ward)...

    Cast changes

    With sea­son four, Al Moli­naro was added as Al Delvec­chio, the new owner of Arnold's, after Pat Morita's char­ac­ter of Arnold moved on after his char­ac­ter got mar­ried. (Morita had left the pro­gram to star in a short-lived sit­com of his own, Mr. T and Tina, which was ac­tu­ally a spin-off of Wel­come Back, Kot­ter. Morita also starred in a sub­se­quent short-lived Happy Days spin-off se­ries ti­tled Blan­sky's Beau­ties.) Al Moli­naro also played Al's twin brother Fa­ther An­thony Delv...

    Main

    1. Richie Cunningham – The protagonist for the first seven years of the series (1974–80). When Ron Howard left the show due to his burgeoning directorial career, Richie was written out by leaving to join the United States Army. He marries his girlfriend, Lori Beth, in season eight by phone, while Fonzie stands-in for him in the wedding.Howard returned for guest appearances as Richie during the show's final season. He came back with Lori Beth and their son, Richie Jr., and Ralph in the season...

    Minor/recurring

    1. Marsha Simms (Beatrice Colen) (seasons 1–3, 5; 22 episodes) – A carhopin the first two seasons. Appeared in the background of a few episodes during the first and second seasons before disappearing from the show in the third season. However, she later returned for a flashback guest appearance in the episode "Our Gang". 2. Bobby Melner (Harris Kal) (seasons 8–11; 19 episodes) – Friend of Chachi and Joanie seen in episodes after Richie and Ralph left the show. He is a student in Fonzie's auto...

    Notable guest stars

    1. Hank Aaron, the Milwaukee Braveshome run king, appeared in season seven, episode nineteen 2. Frankie Avalon appeared as himself (in season 9), singing his signature song "Venus" to a swooning Jenny Piccolo at the Leopard Lodge's annual "Poo Bah Doodah" musical 3. Dr. Joyce Brothers(season 5, episode 19) appears as herself, trying to help Fonzie's dog out of a depression 4. Julie Brownmade her television debut in the seventh-season episode "Ahhh Wilderness" as one of three girls who went ca...

    Happy Days orig­i­nated dur­ing a time of 1950s nos­tal­gic in­ter­est as ev­i­dent in 1970s film, tele­vi­sion, and music. In late win­ter of 1971, Michael Eis­ner was snowed in at Newark air­port where he bumped into Tom Miller, head of de­vel­op­ment at Para­mount. Eis­ner has stated that he told Miller, "Tom, this is ridicu­lous. We're wast­ing...

    The idiom "jump­ing the shark" de­scribes a point in a se­ries where it re­sorts to out­landish or pre­pos­ter­ous plot de­vices to main­tain or re­gain good rat­ings. Specif­i­cally, the term arose from the sea­son five episode "Hol­ly­wood (Part 3)" that first aired on Sep­tem­ber 20, 1977, in which a wa­ter-ski­ing Fonzie (clad in swim trunks an...

    Happy Days has been rerun by many net­works. It aired in the United States on TBS from 1989 to 1995, Nick at Nite from 1995 to 2000 (and again in 2002–03), Odyssey Network/Hall­mark Chan­nel from 1999 to 2002 (and again from Jan­u­ary to April 2013), TV Land from 2002 to 2007, WGN Amer­ica from 2002 until 2008, and Fam­i­lyNet from 2009 to 2010, IN...

    Para­mount Home En­ter­tain­ment and CBS DVD have re­leased the first six sea­sons of Happy Days on DVD in Re­gion 1, as of De­cem­ber 2, 2014. For the sec­ond sea­son, CBS fea­tures music re­place­ments due to copy­right is­sues, in­clud­ing the theme song "Rock Around the Clock". ('The Com­plete First Sea­son' re­tains the orig­i­nal open­ing, as...

    There have been two re­union spe­cials which aired on ABC: the first was The Happy Days Re­union Special orig­i­nally aired in March 1992, fol­lowed by Happy Days: 30th An­niver­sary Reunionin Feb­ru­ary 2005 to com­mem­o­rate the pro­gram's 30th an­niver­sary. Both were set up in in­ter­view/clip for­mat.

    Happy Days re­sulted in seven dif­fer­ent spin-off se­ries, in­clud­ing two that were an­i­mated: Lav­erne & Shirley, Blan­sky's Beau­ties, Mork & Mindy, Out of the Blue, Joanie Loves Chachi, The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang (an­i­mated) and Lav­erne & Shirley with The Fonz(an­i­mated). 1. The most successful of these spin-offs, Laverne & Shirley (...

    Books

    A se­ries of nov­els based on char­ac­ters and di­a­log of the se­ries was writ­ten by William John­ston and pub­lished by Tempo Books in the 1970s. A (pos­si­bly un­of­fi­cial) reimag­in­ing ti­tled Who Killed the Fonz?con­tin­ues the story in the 1980s as a mur­der mys­tery. It was pub­lished in hard­cover on Feb­ru­ary 19, 2019, and writ­ten by James Boice.

    Comic books

    West­ern Pub­lish­ing pub­lished a Happy Days comic bookse­ries in 1979 under their Gold Key Comics brand and Whit­man Comics brand.

    Animation

    There are two an­i­mated se­ries, both pro­duced by Hanna-Bar­bera Pro­duc­tions in as­so­ci­a­tion with Para­mount Tele­vi­sion (now known as CBS Tele­vi­sion Dis­tri­b­u­tion). The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang ran from 1980 to 1982. There are also an­i­mated spin-offs of Lav­erne & Shirley (Lav­erne & Shirley in the Army) and Mork & Mindy (cen­ter­ing on a young Mork and Mindy in high school). The fol­low­ing sea­son, they were con­nected to­gether as Mork & Mindy/Lav­erne & Shirley/Fonz Ho...

  6. Dec 13, 2020 · "The Happy Days Reunion Special" Malcolm Leo: Sam Denoff & Marc Sheffler and Malcolm Leo: March 3, 1992: A 90-minute special hosted by Henry Winkler with various clips shown from past episodes and cast members reminisce about their time on the show. "Happy Days: 30th Anniversary Reunion" Linda Mendoza: Fred Fox, Jr., Stephen Pouliot, Gary Tellalian

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