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  1. The Happy Days of Garry Marshall: Directed by John Scheinfeld. With Abigail Breslin, Anne Hathaway, Ron Howard, Julia Roberts. Stars of some of Marshall's most iconic series and films, sharing their favorite memories of Marshall.

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  2. The Wrap. ABC has set a new tribute special to Garry Marshall, the Hollywood legend behind some of film and television’s biggest projects, the network announced Wednesday. “The Happy Days of Garry Mashall” is set to air on Tuesday, May 12, and will feature Marshall’s family and friends sharing some of their favorite memories of the late TV legend behind such series as “ Happy Days ,” “ Laverne & Shirley ” and “ Mork & Mindy .”.

  3. Apr 10, 2020 · In a one-of-a-kind, heartfelt tribute to a Hollywood legend, the stars of some of TV and film's most iconic titles, including "Happy Days," "Laverne & Shirley," "Mork & Mindy," "Pretty Woman" and "The Princess Diaries," come together to celebrate "The Happy Days of Garry Marshall," airing TUESDAY, MAY 12 (8:00 – 10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. In this special, Marshall's family and friends share their favorite memories of the creative genius behind some of the most memorable series in television ...

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  5. May 12, 2020 · The Happy Days of Garry Marshall tribute comes at a time when executive producer John Scheinfeld says the world is especially in need of some uplifting content. “Garry famously said, ‘I never ...

  6. May 12, 2020 · Late in ABC’s two-hour tribute The Happy Days of Garry Marshall, the special’s cavalcade of stars is recalling the late TV and film legend’s 2016 death in emotionally exacting detail. Voices ...

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    The two hour special will see Hollywood celebrities, television personalities, and stars, sharing their memories and giving tribute to Marshall through their eulogies, anecdotes, memoirs, and snippets of Marshall's works. Garry Kent Marshall was known for creating 'Happy Days' and its various spin-offs. He started his career as a writer on 'The Tonight Show' and eventually came to be known for developing Neil Simon's 'The Odd Couple' for TV. Marshall is the name and brain behind some of the best modern rom-com Hollywood classics like 'Pretty Woman', 'Beaches', 'Runaway Bride', 'Valentine's Day', 'New Year's Eve', 'Mother's Day', 'The Princess Diaries', and 'The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement'. The special show is aimed at capturing and commemorating the positive and cheerful personality of Marshall as he was known.

    The tribute special will see stars like 'Pretty Woman'‘s Richard Gere, Hector Elizondo and Julia Roberts; Ron Howard, Don Most, Marion Ross, Anson Williams and Henry Winkler (Happy Days); Cindy Williams, David Lander and Michael McKean (Laverne & Shirley); Pam Dawber (Mork & Mindy); Barbara Hershey (Beaches); and Julie Andrews, Anne Hathaway and Chris Pine (The Princess Diaries) sharing their memories of Marshall. Additionally, there will be appearances from more celebrities like 'The Tonight Show' and 'The Late Night' show star Jimmy Kimmel and actors Abigail Breslin, Yvette Nicole Brown, Cary Elwes, Jennifer Garner, Kate Hudson, Ashton Kutcher, Rob Lowe and John Stamos. Garry Marshall’s wife, Barbara, and their children Scott, Kathleen and Lori, will be there to share never-before-heard stories about Marshall, including a walk down the memory lane of Marshall's career and personal life.

    'The Happy Days of Garry Marshall' is produced by Crew Neck Productions for ABC and is written and directed by John Scheinfeld.

    Take a peek into the upcoming tribute special show on ABC and hear what Hollywood has to say as they reminisce the legend.

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