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Happy Days - The Complete First Season on DVD

One, two, three o'clock, four o'clock, rock.. Poodle skirts..jukeboxes..cars with soaring tail fins.. and rockin' and rollin' all week long. Those Happy Days are here again, on this three-disc, must-have DVD set. Join one of America's best-loved TV families - the Cunninghams - in the premiere season of this top-rated (a top 20 series for 8 of it's 11 seasons) television series. Richie Cunningham (Ron Howard), Warren "Potsie" Weber (Anson Williams), Ralph Malph (Donny Most), "The Fonz" (Henry Winkler), Howard Cunningham (Tom Bosley), Marion Cunningham (Marion Ross), and Joanie Cunningham (Erin Moran) head a brilliant comedic cast in this nostalgic, smash-hit TV sitcom. Arnold's Drive-In is their local hangout and meeting place, and lots of hilarious, memorable and classic adventures are the result. Take a trip back to a simpler time and relive all the fun, music and laughs of those good ol' Happy Days - with this complete first season DVD collection.

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Happy Days - The Second Season

Happy Days are here again! Enjoy Season Two of this American TV classic! The gang from the top-rated sitcom is back for more 1950s fun -- Richie Cunningham (Ron Howard), his parents Howard (Tom Bosley) and Marion (Marion Ross), his buddies Ralph (Donny Most) and Potsie (Anson Williams), and the coolest greaser, Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli (Henry Winkler). Join Richie and his friends for more rockin' adventures as they grow into young adulthood. This four-disc DVD collection contains 23 episodes of memorable entertainment for the whole family.

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Happy Days - The Third Season

The best-loved TV sitcom of all time returns. Take a memorable trip back to the rockin' 1950s with Happy Days Season Three! Catch up with greaser Arthur "The Fonz" Fonzarelli (Henry Winkler), Richie Cunningham (Ron Howard) and the whole gang for more rock-n-roll antics and family fun. Join the Fonz and Richie on their hilarious double-date with Laverne and Shirley, and don't miss Fonzie's daredevil motorcycle jump over 14 garbage cans! This new fun-filled, four-disc DVD set contains 23 third season episodes plus a special feature "The Second Anniversary Show." Packed with wholesome adventures, music and laughs, enjoy hours of classic family entertainment with Happy Days Season Three!

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Happy Days - The Fourth Season

Set in 1950s Milwaukee, this much-loved sitcom is TV Americana at its funniest. Join Richie (Ron Howard), "The Fonz" (Henry Winkler), Potsie (Anson Williams), Ralph (Donny Most), Joanie (Erin Moran) and the lovable Cunninghams (Tom Bosley and Marion Ross) for 25 (half-hour) classic episodes of family entertainment.

Watch as the Fonz reunites with his old flame Pinky Tuscadero in "Fonzie Loves Pinky," which also debuts Al Delvecchio as the new owner of Arnold's; see Potsie come to Fonzie's rescue in "Fonzie's Hero"; and witness the lucky shot that makes Richie a basketball hero in "A Shot in the Dark." Happy Days Season Four will keep the whole family rockin' and rollin' with laughter!

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Happy Days - The Fifth Season

One of television's favorite families returns when Happy Days: The Fifth Season comes to DVD. The nostalgic comedy set in Milwaukee, Wisconsin follows the Cunninghams and their two kids, Richie and Joanie and their relationship with Fonzie, a motorcycle-riding Casanova who became a pop-culture phenomenon. This four-disc collection features the iconic "jump the shark" scene and a collection of famous guest stars including Robin Williams (Mork & Mindy),Christopher Knight (The Brady Bunch), Rance Howard (Gentle Ben), Dr. Joyce Brothers, Morgan Fairchild (Falcon Crest) and Suzi Quatro as fan favorite Leather Tuscadero! Relive all the music, the laughs, and the good times with the hilarious series that is sure to get "two-thumbs-up."

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Erin Moran

  • 04/22/17: 'Happy Days’ Star Erin Moran Dies at 56

    Erin Moran remembered by 'Happy Days' co-stars Ron Howard, Henry Winkler and others in Hollywood

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    Garry Marshall

  • 11/01/16: Stars of '70s Garry Marshall Sitcoms Pay Tribute to Garry on The Odd Couple

    Garry Marshall

  • 07/20/16: Remembering the Legendary Garry Marshall

    Thanks Mr. Marshall for bring us Happy Days and your other great shows. You will be deeply missed.

    Al Molinaro

  • 10/31/15: 'Happy Days' actor Al Molinaro dies at 96, played diner owner Big Al Delvecchio (CNN)

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    RIP Big Al. Thanks for all the great laughs and memories you brought us. You will be greatly missed.

    Happy Days - The Sixth Season

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    09/23/14: Richie and Fonzie Cover the Box Front of 'The 6th Season'

    09/02/14: Happy Days - 'Mork Returns' in Paramount's DVD Release of 'The 6th Season'

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    05/02/14: Happy Days Returns to MeTV - MeTV Network's 2014 Summer of Me Schedule

    01/29/14: Fonzie Prepares to Jump the Shark on 'The 5th Season' Box Cover!

    04/08/13: The Hub's New Late Night Sitcom Block; WGN Radio Talks to Marion Ross, New Sitcom Reading in Chicago This Weekend (April 13-14)

    As we broke back on March 11, The Hub has acquired Who's the Boss? and they started airing it last week, but now we have more updates on The Hub's schedule. Who's the Boss? airs Tuesday nights 12-2am ET but we didn't mention in the original story that it also now airs in late nights on most weeknights (Mon-Wed nights) at 3:30am. Surrounding the sitcom on those nights is Laverne & Shirley at 2am, Happy Days at 2:30am, and Mork & Mindy at 3am, with the aforementioned Who's the Boss?, to create a two-hour, late night sitcom block. Sitcoms are no longer airing in primetime, except for ALF on Sunday nights 9-11pm and Thursdays 8-9pm, and The Hub's You Rule Thursday block (9pm-12am, encores 1-4am). On to the weekend, Friday nights from 2-3am had The Facts of Life, but now they have removed that hour with repeats of Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader. Not to worry, The Facts of Life will still be featured from time to time on You Rule Thursday block. Happy Days (3-4am), Laverne & Shirley (4am) and Mork & Mindy (4:30am) remain on Friday nights. On Saturday nights, we have Happy Days (3-4am) and Laverne & Shirley (4am) only. And finally on Sunday nights, we have ALF at 1am, Mork & Mindy at 1:30am, followed by the unchanged Doogie Howser at 2am, Family Ties at 2:30am, and Sabrina the Teenage Witch at 3am. As mentioned earlier, in primetime on Sundays we have ALF from 9-11pm, which recently replaced Lois & Clark, which is off the line-up for now. Stay with us for continued updates on The Hub and tune in tonight for the new late night Hub sitcom block beginning at 2am ET!

    Marion Ross

    Marion Ross, who is best known of course as Mrs. Cunningham on the '70s sitcom Happy Days and of course one of the celebrities we have interviewed back in 2011, was recently on WGN Radio in Chicago on the new TV pilot she is working on, her past TV appearances before Happy Days (Life with Father, Rawhide, Hawaii Five-0, etc), of course Happy Days, and current appearances later this spring on ABC's The Middle, Anger Management and more. So what pilot is she in? fubble entertainment, LLC. founded by the Emmy® award-winning team of Teresa L. Thome and Patrick W. Ziegler, will stage a public reading and filming of their sitcom in development, I've Got a Life in Kalamazoo. The event, in partnership with Chicago's Museum of Broadcast Communications, features an award-winning cast led by triple threat performer Vicki Lewis (NewsRadio, Broadway/Chicago, Finding Nemo), multiple Emmy® and Golden Globe winner, Ed Asner (The Mary Tyler Moore Show), and Emmy® and Golden Globe Nominee, Marion Ross (Happy Days, Brothers & Sisters, Gilmore Girls). Gregory Jbara (Tony Award® – Billy Elliot, Blue Bloods/CBS) and two-time Emmy® winner Patrick W. Ziegler are also featured in the cast. The reading will take place at the Museum of Broadcast Communications at 360 N. State Street in downtown Chicago with two readings -- Saturday, April 13 at 7:30 pm CT and Sunday, April 14 at 2:00 pm CT. Tickets, on sale now at www.LifeInKzoo.com, range in price from $22 to $155. Some pricing includes VIP options to meet and dine with the cast. All audience members will be given the opportunity to provide feedback. Proceeds will benefit the Museum of Broadcast Communications. Additional partners include The MeTV Network, WCIU, The U and Sol Design, with support from Bryan Cave, LLP. fubble is promising an engaging, entertaining, and one-of-a-kind experience.

    I’ve Got A Life in Kalamazoo is about Nilah Hoyer (Lewis), a small town singer/performer. In the midst of a mid-life crisis, Nilah decides to finally attempt to move her career to the next level. With a best friend, Clayton Croft, living the fabulous life in Chicago, urging her to move to the Windy City, and a husband who merrily rolls along with all the punches, this is finally her moment. With one phone call, a turn of events occurs and Nilah must stay in Kalamazoo – reluctantly – to care for her aging parents, Bob and Imelda Hoyer. Stay tuned for further updates on this potential pilot, but if you're in Chicago, go watch the pilot taping! Anyway, listen to the great interview Marion gives to WGN Radio's Dave Plier.

  • 12/10/12: Hallmark Channel January 2013 with Happy Days, Brady Bunch

    The Hallmark Channel will be adding two classic sitcoms to its line-up in the new year! We mentioned that The Hallmark Channel has acquired the rights to groovy '70s sitcom The Brady Bunch, but they have also acquired another coolamundo sitcom... Happy Days! Currently The Hallmark Channel is in their holiday mode with the sitcoms/TV series on a little break for holiday movies but come Wednesday, January 2, 2013, all of your favorite Hallmark Channel sitcoms and dramas return with these two sitcom added! The Brady Bunch will air weekdays in a two-hour block from 6-8pm, while Happy Days will air Mon-Thurs in primetime in a two-hour block from 8-10pm! Whooah! As for the rest of the schedule, I Love Lucy returns weekdays from 5-8am leading into an encore of talk show Marie at 8am. Then the two-hour original series Home & Family airs at 9am leading into a new Marie at 11am. Then its back to sitcoms and dramas for the rest of the day! Spend lunchtime with The Waltons at 12 noon and 1pm, followed by a double dose of Little House on the Prairie at 2pm & 3pm. In the afternoon, Hallmark will thank you for being a friend with America's favorite ladies, The Golden Girls from 4-6pm leading into The Brady Bunch from 6-8pm.

    In primetime, as mentioned we are morphed back into the '50s with the '70s sitcom Happy Days from 8-10pm (Mon-Thurs). NUMB3RS has migrated over to Hallmark Movie Channel on Mondays nights from 10pm-12am, as that did not work on Mondays in primetime on Hallmark. Frasier Crane is back in late primetime with a two-hour block of Frasier every weeknight from 10pm-12am. An encore of The Golden Girls will follow in late night from 12am-2am, leading into an hour of Cheers at 2am. Norm! And finally for weeknights, Frasier encores from 3-5am. One other note, Fridays 8-10pm will be a movie instead of Happy Days. Onto weekends, I Love Lucy will air from 5-9am followed by The Golden Girls from 9am-11am. A lot of movies then follow from 11am-1am (on Sundays it is 11am-11pm, as a two-hour Frasier block airs from 11pm-1am). The Golden Girls will air in late night from 1am-3am, followed by Frasier from 3-5am.

    Currently The Brady Bunch is airing on cable on INSP every weekday and also on digital broadcast on The MeTV Network every Sunday in a two-hour block in midday. Happy Days currently can be seen on cable on INSP every weekday and was also recently on The Hub.

  • 11/22/11: INSP Acquires Happy Days

    INSP has acquired the rights to air the classic sitcom Happy Days and the family drama Little House on the Prairie. Both programs will start airing in January, 2012. The new programming kicks off with the Little House on the Prairie "Premiere Marathon" on New Year's Day (Sunday, Jan. 1) starting at 1pm. We'll have more on its regular timeslots at a later date. One, two, three o'clock, four o'clock, rock...jukeboxes...sock hops....poodle skirts...rockin' and rollin' all week long, those Happy Days are here again – on INSP starting Monday, Jan. 2! Fonz and the gang will join the weekday line-up on Jan. 2, airing weeknights at 6pm. These two series will join the INSP schedule that already consists of classics like The Brady Bunch, Our House, The Big Valley, The Waltons, and Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman. All of those series are still expected to remain on the schedule, but we will bring you that full January 2012 schedule as soon as INSP is ready to announce it! So hang tight, but get ready for these two classics!

    Scott Baio

  • 10/25/11: Nick at Nite Orders Scott Baio Sitcom Pilot

    Nickelodeon has ordered its first-ever original scripted comedy pilot, Daddy's Home, starring Scott Baio (Charles in Charge, Happy Days). A multi-camera, half-hour comedy for Nick at Nite, Daddy's Home follows David Hobbs (Baio) an actor who, after ten years of starring as America's favorite TV dad, becomes a stay-at-home father to honor the deal he made with his soap star wife so that she may return to the limelight. The project comes from creators/executive producers Tina Albanese and Patrick Labyorteaux and is helmed by executive producers Eric Bischoff and Jason Hervey through their production company Bischoff Hervey Entertainment (BHE), along with Baio. Hervey is best known for the role of Wayne Arnold in the Emmy Award-winning hit series The Wonder Years. Daddy's Home marks Hervey and Baio's return to scripted comedy, with BHE having previously collaborated on three acclaimed unscripted series including Scott Baio is 45 and Single, Scott Baio is 46 and Pregnant, and Confessions of a Teen Idol.

    For over 30 years, Baio has been a beloved actor, successful producer, writer and director. He received his acting break in 1976 when he was cast as the lead in the youthful gangster film Bugsy Malone. Baio is perhaps best known for his role as Chachi Arcola on one of television's most iconic comedy series Happy Days, followed by a starring role in the spin-off series Joanie Loves Chachi. He also had roles on two short-lived Garry Marshall sitcom Blansky's Beauties and Who's Watching the Kids. Baio also starred in his own 1980s hit sitcom, Charles in Charge. He also co-starred on ABC's short-lived sitcom Baby Talk. He also had big screen movie roles like on the sex farce Zapped! Following his television comedy roles, he delved into some deeper and more dramatic roles, such as in the award-winning ABC after-school special, Stoned, the CBS film The Boy Who Drank Too Much and as a hemophiliac in NBC's Senior Trip! He continued his acting career as the youthful associate of Dick Van Dyke on the successful CBS series Diagnosis Murder and a decade later, made several appearances on the Emmy Award-winning television series Arrested Development. As mentioned earlier, most recently Baio was featured as himself on VH1's popular series, Scott Baio is 45...and Single and Scott Baio is 46...and Pregnant. Off-screen, he has directed episodes of popular series including Charles in Charge, The Parkers, Unhappily Ever After, The Jamie Foxx Show, The Wayans Bros., Harry and the Hendersons, Out of This World and recently served as executive producer of VH1's Confessions of a Teen Idol.

    Stay tuned for more details on this pilot. Right now it is just a pilot, as it still needs to be ordered to series. If and when that does, we will let you know! Waa waa waa! Marion Ross

  • 05/06/11: Seven Questions with Marion Ross from Happy Days

    Mother's Day is on Sunday, and to celebrate Mother's Day, The Hub is bringing you a marathon of some of the best episodes featuring America's favorite TV mom, Mrs. Cunningham from the series Happy Days. But Mrs. Cunningham was only a character on the popular series, and behind that character is the award-winning actress Marion Ross, and we recently had the privilege of interviewing Ms. Ross, just in time for this special marathon dedicated to her and her character (which, as we learned in our phone conversation, are very much one and the same). In our interview with Ms. Ross, it became obvious very early in the conversation that she is just as wonderful as the character she played on television decades ago, and that she truly appreciates the legacy that she left by starring in that series and has a deep respect and admiration for her many fans. So, on Sunday, check out the marathon on The Hub, but before you do that, "sit on it" and check out our interview with Marion Ross, better known as Mrs. C.!

    The Hub's Mother's Day "Mom-a-thon" from 6:00 p.m. EDT to 12:00 am EDT Sunday May 8, 2011:

    The Hub TV presents its first "Mom-a-thon," this Mother's Day, with six favorite mom-centric episodes of the nostalgic and perennially popular comedy Happy Days. Tune-in to back-to-back episodes as the show's matriarch, Mrs. C, watches over her extended family of her own kids and their friends as they explore love, friendship and growing up in the 1950s.

    Episodes airing are: "Dance Contest," where Mrs. Cunningham secretly takes tango lessons from the Fonz. "Marion Rebels," where Mrs. Cunningham takes a job as a waitress at Arnold's to escape her routine. "Marion: Fairy Godmother," where Ralph and Leather are transformed into a fashionable couple for the ROTC Ball. "Marion Goes to Jail," where Marion lands herself in jail when her car crashes through Al's drive-in. "Empty Nest," after Joanie has left the Cunningham house, Marion looks to find ways to cope and occupy her time. "So How Was Your Weekend," when Marion's finicky mother causes rift when she visits the Cunninghams.

    Tom Bosley

  • 10/20/10: Remembering Tom Bosley

  • 10/19/10: Tom Bosley, Mr. C on 'Happy Days,' dies at 83

    In memory of the late Tom Bosley, Bio TV will air the Happy Days 30th Anniversary Reunion Special on Friday, Oct. 22 at 8AM & 2PM ET/PT.

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  • 09/27/10: Happy Days Coming to The Hub in October

    As we have mentioned a few times already, Discovery Kids is turning into The Hub on Sunday, October 10, 2010. We mentioned they have acquired two sitcoms --Doogie Howser, M.D. and The Wonder Years, but now we have the full schedule and it will consist of many sitcoms in primetime/late night!

    These other sitcoms acquired are Happy Days, Family Ties, and Laverne & Shirley. The Hub has also acquired the half-hour 1960's Batman starring Adam West and Burt Ward! This is totally unexpected indeed! We were told back at TCA that they would add about one more sitcom, but we get three more plus Batman! The network's programming blocks are Pre-school (ages 2-5; 9am-1pm); Kids Afternoon/Kids Prime (ages 6-12; 1pm-6pm); Kids and Family Prime Access (6pm- 7pm); and Kids and Family Prime (7pm-1am). We will cover mostly 7pm and on. Kicking off the kids and family primetime block starting Monday, October 11 is Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show at 7pm. Then back-to-back episodes of Family Ties will air in the 8pm hour, leading into an episode each of The Wonder Years and Doogie Howser, M.D. at 9pm. Then airing back-to-back in the 10pm hour it is Happy Days! This is feeling like classic Nick at Nite! Airing at 11pm is Laverne & Shirley followed by Batman at 11:30pm. Airing at 12am is the animated Transformers – Generation 1 followed by G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero at 12:30am. From 1am-6am will be encores of the same series starting at 7pm. Among the notable highlights during the day is Fraggle Rock (8:30am, 1:30pm & 2pm), Batman Beyond (7:30am & 5:30pm), and Men in Black: The Series (6:30am & 4:30pm).

  • 12/07/08: Read our review of Happy Days - The Fourth Season on DVD

  • 09/03/08: Henry Winkler plays a verteran FBI agent obsessed with a con artist on CBS's Numbers on October 31 (10 p.m. ET/PT).

    Henry Winkler and Fonz Statue

    Giuseppe Ganelli's Photos from the Bronze the Fonz Dedication in Milwaukee

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    His hair will always be in place, he doesn't mind if you touch the leather and he's far too heavy to jump the shark. Thought Arthur Fonzarelli couldn't get any cooler? Meet the bronze Fonz.

    Dozens of people lined the Milwaukee River on Tuesday (August 19) to cheer the unveiling of a statue of the "Happy Days" character, including Henry Winkler himself. The man who was cast as the Fonz — then cast in bronze — pretended to comb the statue's hair and put his arm around the smiling, life-size likeness, which is giving two thumbs up. (AP)

    Bronze the Fonz Unveiling (Video)

    The Unveiling of the Bronze Fonz

    Cast, Fans Bring 'Happy Days' Back To Milwaukee

    Bronze Fonz Statue Unveiled (Video)

    WISN 12's Mike Anderson Hangs Out With 'Potsie' (Video)

    Around Town with Shirley and Potsie (Video)

    Gus Tour: Happy Days Cast Returns To Milwaukee (Interviews)

    The Fonz and Company Visit Miller Park (Video)

    Reunion on The Early Show on CBS

    Watch CBS Videos Online

    'The Fonz' Cast in Bronze (Video)

    Bronze the Fonz

    The Early Show, CBS, 7-9AM - Tuesday, August 19
    The cast of Happy Days reunites in Milwaukee.


    'Happy Days Actors' Back in Milwaukee

    Milwaukee joins cities with statues honoring TV characters

    You can catch a live streaming of the statue unveiling Tuesday on WISN.com at around 11AM ET/10AM CT.

  • 08/16/08: Do We Have Package Art for the 4th Season Set? Correctamundo!

    Happy Days - The Fourth Season DVD

  • 08/11/08: Studio's Formal Announcement Verifies Early Info About 4th Season Set

  • 08/08/08: Fonzie and friends come to Milwaukee Aug. 19

    Bronze Fonz dedication will include public celebration, Brewers pre–game ceremonies.

    MILWAUKEE — What’s a better way to honor “the King of Cool” than a day–long series of events being billed as a “Celebration of Cool?” The dedication of the life–size bronze statue of Fonzie, the “Happy Days” iconic character created by Henry Winkler will happen in Milwaukee, Tuesday, Aug. 19.

    Winkler will return to Milwaukee for the dedication ceremonies and bring with him his friends and co–stars, including Marion Ross (Mrs. Cunningham), Tom Bosley (Mr. Cunningham), Erin Moran (Joanie), Don Most (Ralph Malph) and Anson Williams (Potsie).

    Stars of the “Happy Days” spin–off, “Laverne & Shirley,” Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams (Laverne and Shirley respectively) are also expected to attend along with the show’s creator, director/producer Garry Marshall and “Happy Days” producer Bob Boyett.

    In addition, the star of the new “Happy Days” stage musical (coming to Milwaukee’s Marcus Center for the Performing Arts, Jan. 6–11, 2009), Joey Sorge (Fonzie) will attend and perform at the Peck Pavilion at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts public party.

    The statue dedication ceremony (an invite only event due to limited space) is scheduled for 10 a.m. It will be followed by a public celebration at Pere Marquette Park at 11 a.m. where Culver's will be hosting a free public frozen custard social. There, Winkler and the other guests are scheduled to make an appearance with some later-to-be-announced autograph opportunities. Actor and director Ron Howard, who played Richie Cunningham, is scheduled to be working on his new film" Angels and Demons", and will not be able to attend the dedication. Howard is expected to provide a video salute for the ceremony.

    The International Happy Days Fan Club will be a guest at the Dedication Ceremony and club founder and president Giuseppe Gannelli will officially say a few words in honor of Henry.

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  • Do 'Al' and 'Pinky Tuscadero' Finally Come to DVD? 4th Season Release Date!

  • 07/31/08: Happy Days Leaving WGN America Schedule in September

  • 07/14/08: Happy Days Duo Reunite for Possible New Series

    Don Most and Anson Williams, who of course starred as Ralph Malph and Potsie on the long-running sitcom, Happy Days, have reunited to produce a potential new series, Take 2. In addition to executive producing the series, the pair also star in the pilot episode. "Each episode of Take 2 is like a short independent film," says Williams, "and will reunite different iconic duos of the present and past, but in all-new stories, as completely different characters. They'll still have the established on-screen chemistry that audiences know and love -- but I think people will be stunned when they see just how different they can be." "I thought about Lemmon and Mathau or Tracy and Hepburn. The reason they worked together over and over again was because they had chemistry on-screen. In our favorite TV shows growing up, you saw that same kind of chemistry -- Ralph and Potsie, Will and Grace, Laverne and Shirley. Why not utilize that already established chemistry -- bring together these beloved stars - in these provocative scripts that Frederick Stroppel had written?" We will have more information on this series should it go forward and get picked-up for a series. Best of luck to them! Read the full press release. Check out clips on YouTube.

  • 07/08/08: Fonz Statue Coming to Milwaukee on August 19

    A bronze Fonz statue coming to Milwaukee is finally confirmed! Happy Days stars Henry Winkler (Fonzie), Marion Ross (Mrs. Cunningham), Tom Bosley (Mr. Cunningham), Erin Moran (Joanie), Don Most (Ralph Malph) and Anson Williams (Potsie) will return to Milwaukee on August 19 for the dedication of a bronze Fonzie statue on the RiverWalk in downtown.Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams, stars of the Happy Days spin-off Laverne & Shirley, are also expected to attend, along with both show's creator, director-producer Garry Marshall.

  • 05/27/08: Biography: Scott Baio Premieres on Biography Channel May 28, 2008
    Wednesday, May 28, 2008
    10:00 PM Biography: Scott Baio (All-New)
    He was a teen idol best known for his characters Chachi Arcola on Happy Days and Joanie Loves Chachi and Charles on the hit 1980s sitcom Charles in Charge. Scott Baio's good looks, charm and wit helped him maintain success "post-Chachi" as an actor, producer and director...but fame like that of "Chachi" is hard to come by twice. A playboy, who virtually haunted Hugh Hefner's mansion, dating countless centerfolds in addition to blonde bombshells Pamela Anderson and Heather Locklear, Baio has made a comeback with the reality show, Scott Baio is 45...and Single.
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    Erin Moran has appeared on the most recent season of Celebrity Fit Club on VH-1.

  • 02/26/08: 10 'Happy' Minutes with Potsie and Ralph Malph

  • 02/21/08: NBC's Today Reunites Classic TV Casts

    NBC's Today will bring America's favorite classic television show casts together again starting Saturday, February 23 and continuing through Friday, February 29. "Together Again" reunions will air each day sometime during the 8:00 a.m. hour of Today.

    Happy Days are here again on Monday, February 25 when Henry Winkler, Ron Howard, Marion Ross, Tom Bosley, Erin Moran, Don Most, and Anson Williams are reunited live in the studio.

    Other news from recent months:

    The Fonz in Bronze

    Scott Baio Marries Longtime Girlfriend

    Introducting Bailey DeLuca Baio

  • 01/24/08: Henry Winkler, Anson Williams and Erin Moran will appear in Chicago at the World of Wheels on 01/25 and 01/26.

    “Happy Days” Reunion
    featuring Henry Winkler (Fonzie), Anson Williams (Potsie) & Erin Moran (Joanie)
    there is a fee for autographs, fee paid at the exhibit
    (Winkler $20, Williams $15 & Moran $15)
    Friday 7:00-9:00 Saturday 12:00-4:00 & 6:00-8:00

  • 01/24/08: Cookie lady gives "Bronze Fonz" a thumbs up

  • 11/26/07: Read our review of Happy Days - The Third Season on DVD

  • 10/14/07: 3rd Season's Back of Box Confirms Music Replacements

  • 09/14/07: Sunday, Monday, Happy Days: Package for 3rd Season (which intros L&S!)

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  • 08/07/07: TVShowsOnDVD.com reports that Happy Days - Season 3 will be released on Tuesday, November 27. The set will contain all 24 season 3 episodes and run approximately 586 minutes. They expect the set to contain music replacements like season 2 had. Season 3 used considerably less songs than Season 2, so we shall see what happens. Laverne & Shirley - Season 3 and Mork & Mindy - Season 3 will be released on the same day.<

    Happy Days Returns to WGN in September - Late Nights/Early Mornings at 4:30AM and 5:00AM ET

    Ron Howard and Marion Ross

  • 07/12/07: Interview with Marion Ross

    Eric's JustMyShow.com Podcast is back for episode 14 and it features interviews with a classic TV mom and a classic TV dad...and the best part is both are sitcom stars! The guests are Marion Ross from Happy Days and Dan Lauria from The Wonder Years. Marion Ross is one of TV's most beloved moms for her 11 years as "Mrs. C" on Happy Days. A five-time Emmy nominee, Ross also starred in the critically acclaimed series Brooklyn Bridge and had a recurring role on The Drew Carrey Show. She was most recently seen on an episode of the current ABC drama Brothers & Sisters. Dan Lauria is best known to audiences as Jack Arnold, Fred Savage's TV dad on The Wonder Years. A former Marine, Lauria gives his time to various veteran causes. When he's not appearing on TV & film, he's focusing on his first love, the theater.

    Head on over to JustMyShow's 14th episode listen to these two great interviews! There are bonus clips as well that you will for sure want to listen to. Good job once again to our buddy Eric!

    Scott Baio Is 45...And Single

    Scott Baio Is 45...And Single

    Over the past 25 years, Scott Baio (Chachi from Happy Days, Charles from Charles in Charge) has lived a life that all red-blooded American males' would sell their big screen TV, car and soul for, boasting a jaw-dropping roster of erotic ex's that would even make Warren Beatty blush. This extensive line-up of Hollywood honeys include: Heather Locklear, Pamela Anderson, Denise Richards and Nicolette Sheridan. Premiering Sunday July 15 at 10:30 PM ET/PT, Scott Baio Is 45...And Single, reveals that Scott, at 45, in the midst of a mid-life crisis wondering why he's still single and unable to settle down even with his current girlfriend Renee, a woman he loves and who is perfect in his eyes. It's time for Scott to confront his commitment phobias or settle into the life of a bachelor who is forever searching for the perfect "unobtainable" woman. With nowhere else to turn, Scott has decided to fully surrender the next eight weeks of his life for some exhaustive introspection with the highly-regarded life-coach, Dr. Alison Arnold, otherwise known as "Doc Ali." Doc Ali will guide him on a grueling, soul-searching mission; forcing him to confront a laundry list of old flames in order to hopefully get to the heart of his lonely heart condition. To get to the core of his problem, Scott will be forced to revisit ex-girlfriends, take a vow of celibacy and take a break from his current girlfriend Renee while he goes on his soul-searching journey. Regularly appearing are: Doc Ali, Jason Hervey (The Wonder Years), and Scott's best friends: Johnny and Cooch.

    Scott Baio: 'Joanie Really Did Love Chachi!'

  • 04/15/07: Read our review of Happy Days - The Second Season

    Video Clip of Ron Howard, Henry Winkler, Donny Most and Anson Williams on The Mike Douglas Show - September 14th, 1974

    Congratulations to Ron Howard on Becoming a Grandfather!

    Marion Ross and Erin Moran (along with Florence Henderson and Susan Olsen from The Brady Bunch) will help in celebrating the historic dual naming of its two newest ships, Emerald Princess and Royal Princess. The event takes place over Mother's Day weekend in Santorini, Greece. (Source: Brady World

    Ultimate Mother/Daughter Mediterranean Escape

  • 01/29/07: Season 2 Artwork courtesy of TVShowsonDVD.com

    Happy Days - The Complete Second Season

  • 12/06/06: Happy Days - Season 2 Rumored To Be Coming To DVD On April 17, 2007

  • 11/24/06: New Happy Days Related Book Released - Includes Interviews with Misty Rowe (Wendy the Carhop) and Suzi Quatro (Leather Tuscadero)

    Happier Days: Paramount Television's Classic Sitcoms 1974-1974

    It was the best of times, it was--well, the best of times! In the decade between 1974 and 1984, the Paramount lot was a cauldron of creativity, talent, and innovation. Marley Brant, brings her influence and years of access together in HAPPIER DAYS: Paramount Television’s Classic Sitcoms 1974-1984 (Billboard Books; $16.95; October 2006), a behind-the-scenes look at Happy Days, Taxi, Cheers and more than a dozen other television series produced there during a decade of madcap inspiration and accomplishment.

    In the interim between the debut of "Happy Days" and the final episode of "Cheers," many of the entertainment industry's biggest stars, best writers, most skilled directors and most successful producers were discovered or their already established talents nurtured, lifelong friendships and renowned professional alliances were created, and the landscape of the television sitcom was definitely altered. The talent was tremendous: Robin Williams, Tom Hanks, Ron Howard, Martin Short, Michael J. Fox, Henry Winkler, Penny Marshall, Andy Kaufman, Donna Pescow, Danny De Vito - actors who would become superstars, many appearing in their first starring roles.

    Through a series of intimate and revealing interviews, her own firsthand knowledge and exhaustive research, former Paramount television publicist Marley Brant takes us behind the scenes of these legendary shows for an up-close and personal look at the talented people who brought them to life. Brant examines the personal and professional roots of the creative talent, the evolution of the shows, the intricate relationships among cast members, and the creation of some of the most popular episodes, as well as taping sessions, guest stars, and where the actors and crew are today. Packed full of insider information, anecdotes, cast lists, biographical facts and little-known or previously unpublished stories, Happier Days is the definitive chronicle of some of the most creative sitcoms of all time.

    282 pages ~ 6 x 9 ~ 0-8230-8933-9

    About the Author
    Marley Brant is the author of seven books, many of which have been the featured research for television programs that have aired on A&E, The History Channel, VH1, TBS, and CMT. Brant has held many positions in the entertainment industry, including biographical writer, publicist, artist development executive, and music and television producer. Employed in the publicity office of Paramount Television in the late seventies and early eighties, she worked closely with the cast and crews of Paramount’s premier television productions.

    To purchase the book online:


    Read our review of the book here.

  • 03/27/06: 'Happy Days' mom gets 'Community Service' at ABC
    Marion Ross, best known for her role as Marion Cunningham on ABC's "Happy Days," has joined the cast of NBC's comedy pilot "Community Service."
    The project stars Jay Mohr as an arrogant New Yorker who goes to a small town to look for his ex-girlfriend (Brittany Daniel) and ends up doing community service there. Ross plays Helen, a loopy woman who lives in the small town.
    Ross next stars in Hallmark Channel's original movie "Where There's a Will." Her TV credits include WB's "Gilmore Girls," ABC's "The Drew Carey Show" and CBS' "Touched by an Angel."

    Reuters/Hollywood Reporter

    Marion Ross and Henry Winkler

  • 03/22/06: Marion Ross guest stars on Henry Winkler's sitcom, "Out of Practice," on Wednesday, March 22nd on CBS at 8PM ET/PT. "Out of Practice" has moved from Mondays to Wednesdays at 8:00PM ET/PT.

    'Happy Days' gets back into 'Practice'

    Happy Days Musical

  • 02/10/06: Joey McIntyre is The Fonz in Happy Days Musical for Los Angeles Debut

    Grab your poodle skirt and letterman jacket and come on down to the Falcon Theatre! It's May, 1959 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Fonzie (Joey McIntyre) is still the king of cool at his favorite malt shop, Arnold's. The school year is coming to an end and Richie, Lori Beth, Potsie, Ralph Malph and the rest of the gang, are all getting ready to graduate from Jefferson High School. All your favorites from this famous sitcom, including Pinky Tuscadero and the Malachi Brothers, are here to sing you back into the '50s. Bring the ENTIRE FAMILY for a musical celebration of nostalgia at its best and brightest!

    The full cast of Happy Days includes (in alphabetical order) Audra Blaser, Ryan Bollman, Joseph Leo Bwarie, Wayne Duvall, Cynthia Ferrer, Christine Lakin, Philip Lightstone, Heather Lindell, Joey McIntyre, Matt Merchant, Jaclyn Miller, DeQuina Moore, Rory O'Malley, Robert Petrarca, Ernie Sabella, Paul C. Vogt and Anna A. White.

    For tickets and additional information please call the Falcon Theatre Box Office at (818) 955-8101.

    Falcon Theatre is located at 4252 Riverside Drive in Burbank. Directions

    Pat Morita

    Oscar-Nominated Actor Pat Morita Dies at 73
    Played Arnold (Matsuo Takahashi) - 1975-1976, 1982-1983

    (AP, 11/25/05) LOS ANGELES - Actor Pat Morita, best known for helping teach a boy martial-arts mastery through household chores as the wise Mr. Miyagi in "The Karate Kid," has died. He was 73.

    There were conflicting reports about the cause of death. His daughter Aly Morita said he died Thursday of heart failure at a Las Vegas hospital; longtime manager Arnold Soloway said the actor died of kidney failure at a hospital while awaiting a transplant.

    His wife of 12 years, Evelyn, said in a statement that her husband, who first rose to fame with a role on "Happy Days," had "dedicated his entire life to acting and comedy."

    His role in the 1984 film defined his career. As Kesuke Miyagi, the mentor to Ralph Macchio's "Daniel-san," he taught karate while trying to catch flies with chopsticks and offering such advice as "wax on, wax off" to help Daniel improve his karate hand movements while doing his chores.

    A generation of young fans mimicked Morita's famous "crane kick" technique from the finale of the movie, which surprised many by grossing $91 million and establishing a popular franchise.

    "It was both my honor and privilege to have worked with him and create a bit of cinema magic together," Macchio said in a statement. "My life is all the richer for having known him. I will miss his genuine friendship."

    "Forever my Sensei," Macchio added, referring to Morita's role in "The Karate Kid."

    The role earned Morita an Academy Award nomination for best supporting actor, but he lost to Haing S. Ngor, who appeared in "The Killing Fields."

    Morita said in a 1986 interview with The Associated Press he was billed as Noriyuki (Pat) Morita in the film because producer Jerry Weintraub wanted him to sound more ethnic. He said he used the billing because it was "the only name my parents gave me."

    For years, Morita played small and sometimes demeaning roles in such films as "Thoroughly Modern Millie" and TV series such as "The Odd Couple" and "Green Acres." His first breakthrough came with "Happy Days," and he followed with his own brief series, "Mr. T and Tina."

    "The Karate Kid" led to three sequels, the last of which, 1994's "The Next Karate Kid," paired him with a young Hilary Swank.

    Morita was prolific outside of the "Karate Kid" series as well, appearing in "Honeymoon in Vegas," "Spy Hard," "Even Cowgirls Get the Blues" and "The Center of the World." He also provided the voice for a character in the Disney movie "Mulan" in 1998.

    Born in northern California on June 28, 1932, the son of migrant fruit pickers, Morita spent most of his early years in the hospital with spinal tuberculosis. He later recovered only to be sent to a Japanese-American internment camp in Arizona during World War II.

    "One day I was an invalid," he recalled in a 1989 AP interview. "The next day I was public enemy No. 1 being escorted to an internment camp by an FBI agent wearing a piece."

    After the war, Morita's family tried to repair their finances by operating a Sacramento restaurant. It was there that Morita first tried his comedy on patrons.

    Because prospects for a Japanese-American standup comic seemed poor, Morita found steady work in computers at Aerojet General. But at age 30 he entered show business full time.

    "Only in America could you get away with the kind of comedy I did," he said. "If I tried it in Japan before the war, it would have been considered blasphemy, and I would have ended in leg irons."

    Morita was to be buried at Palm Green Valley Mortuary and Cemetery.

    He is survived by his wife and three daughters from a previous marriage.

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    Scott Baio

    'Arrested Development' Loves Chachi

    Chachi's "Development" Deal

    Out of Practice Cast

    Henry Winkler is in the new CBS sitcom "Out of Practice." It airs Mondays at 9:30 PM ET/PT.

    OUT OF PRACTICE (Monday, 9:30 PM) is a comedy about a family of physicians who share the same profession but have little else in common. Ben Chase (Christopher Gorham, "Felicity") is an earnest young couples' counselor whose family doesn't consider him to be a "real" doctor because he doesn't have "M.D." after his name. But despite their lofty credentials, Ben might be the best prescription for the future of this family. Stockard Channing ("The West Wing", “Grease”), Henry Winkler ("Happy Days," “Arrested Development”), Ty Burrell, ("In Good Company") and Paula Marshall ("Spin City," “Veronica Mars”) also star in this series. Jennifer Tilly (“Bride of Chucky”) also is in the series as Winkler’s girlfriend and receptionist - and one of Burrell's former patients.

    CBS.com Official Site
    Out of Practice Message Board

    Out of Practice Photo Gallery

    Read a review of the Out of Practice Pilot

  • 08/21/05: Some news from recent months:

    A post from the Home Theater Forum concerning Season 2 on DVD:

    "So I talked to my friend. It appears future releases for these series have been cancelled because of music rights issues. Apparently "Happy Days" season 2 would cost several million in music rights alone. Whether or not they decide to release them with replaced music is unknown, but as of right now... they're dead in the water."

    Ron Howard's Wedding Photo from In Style Magazine (Spring 2005 issue)

    Henry Winkler won a Daytime Emmy Award in May for his work on Clifford's Puppy Days

    The Happy Days Diner at Paramount's King's Island in Ohio opened up on April 9th. Marion Ross was at the opening. Read more here

    Is Happy Days Season 2 Going To Be Released on DVD? (02/24/05)

    It's interesting to note that it cost Paramount almost $1 million to license all the music for the Season 1 DVD set.

    Winkler Grateful for Role As 'The Fonz' (02/07/05)

  • 06/13/05: VH1 Premieres '100 Greatest Kid Stars' In A 5-Night Series Hosted By Christopher Knight Beginning Monday June 13 9PM*

    NEW YORK, June 9 /PRNewswire/ -- VH1 has crowned Gary Coleman, of "Diff'rent Strokes" fame, the number one kid star. Macaulay Culkin, Mary Kate & Ashley Olsen, Jodie Foster, Drew Barrymore, Emmanuel Lewis, Ron Howard, Corey Feldman, Maureen McCormick and Danny Bonaduce round out the top ten on the list.

    Premiering on Monday, June 13 at 9 P.M.* and hosted by Christopher Knight, "100 Greatest Kid Stars" is a five-night special that follows the tradition of VH1's successful "100 Greatest ... " franchise. VH1 has assembled the definitive list of child stars, and counts them down using new, exclusive interviews with many of the stars themselves and that golden footage from way back when ...

    7. Ron Howard (THE ANDY GRIFFITH SHOW)
    71. Erin Moran (HAPPY DAYS)
    Complete List

  • 02/04/05: The Happy Days 30th Anniversary Reunion will reair on Saturday, February 12th at 9-11PM ET/PT on ABC

    Big Ratings for the Reunion Special:

    LOS ANGELES (Zap2it.com) It doesn't matter whether or not Joanie still loves Chachi, because America, it seems, still loves "Happy Days." ABC's "Happy Days 30th Anniversary Reunion" proved to be an across-the-board ratings smash on Thursday (Feb. 3) night, getting ABC off to a strong start for the all-important February sweeps period.

    Thursday's "Happy Days" special averaged 19.9 million viewers during its two-hour run, a particularly impressive total given the tough competition it faced, as the other networks trotted out new episodes for the launch of the sweep. Averaging 16.2 million viewers overall, Thursday marked ABC's best opening night for a sweeps period since 2000. ABC's 5.2 rating among adults 18-49 was the network's best demographic start for a sweep since 2002.

    ABC's reunion special was particularly strong for the 8 p.m. hour, where it averaged just under 20.5 million viewers, spanking around new episodes of "Joey" and "Will & Grace." ABC doubled up NBC's struggling comedies for the hour in total viewers as both "Joey" and "Will & Grace" approached record lows for new episodes.

    In its second hour, "Happy Days" dipped slightly to 19.3 million and the reunion fell below CBS' "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" and NBC's "The Apprentice 3" in the young adult demographic and behind "CSI" in total viewers. Still, the special held "CSI" to under 25 million total viewers, one of the drama's smallest audiences for a new episode this season and the show's 18-49 rating of 8.9 was its lowest of the year. CBS still won the night in viewers with 18.54 million.

  • 02/03/05:

    'Happy Days' Is Here Again
    'Happy Days' Gang Reunites for Special

    TV Review: Happy Days 30th Anniversary Reunion

    Henry Winkler made the rounds plugging next month's "Happy Days" 30th reunion on ABC at Wisteria Lane. Winkler is loving his time on Fox's "Arrested Development," he said, and has an upcoming scene that should prove memorable His character, the sexually confused lawyer Barry Zuckerkorn, stands on a dock and, to make his exit, jumps over the body of a dead shark on the ground. "I'm the only person in television history to have jumped the shark twice!" Winkler said, beaming.

    (The expression "jump the shark," signifying the moment a series veers into decline, was coined after Winkler's character Fonzie water-skied over a shark, the moment marking the creative demise of "Happy Days.")

  • 01/09/05: Happy Days 30th Anniversary Reunion Pictures


    Ron Howard, Henry Winkler, Marion Ross and many other “Happy Days” original cast members will reunite to celebrate the 30th anniversary of one of the most beloved and successful series on American television, in the “Happy Days 30th Anniversary Reunion” special, airing THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3 (8:00-10:00 p.m., ET), on The ABC Television Network.

    In the two-hour reunion, series stars Scott Baio, Tom Bosley, Ron Howard, Erin Moran, Don Most, Marion Ross, Anson Williams and Henry Winkler will be joined by special guest stars Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams, plus a few surprise visitors, to reminisce about their fondest moments from the show’s enormously successful eleven-year run.

    The special will include:

    * Footage from the cast and crew softball game played this fall -- Cunningham Hardware vs. Arnold’s Diner -- a tradition initiated 30 years ago by creator/executive producer Garry Marshall as a way to encourage teamwork and a sense of family among the group. Tom Bosley calls the play- by-play.

    * Behind-the-scenes antics with the cast, original “Happy Days” bloopers, flubbed lines, dropped props and even The Fonz making out Mrs. C.

    * Hilarious and heartwarming clips, including classic scenes when Richie, Ralph, Potsie and The Fonz go on a panty raid, Joanie and ChaChi sharing their first kiss and the cast discussing the famous scene that started the “jump the shark” phenomenon.

    * Little-known facts about the cast, like how Henry Winkler helped Ron Howard get the green light on his first film, and why The Fonz wore a leather jacket.

    * For the first time, the long-lost brother ­ both actors who played Chuck -- together in one show.

    Appearing in the special are “Happy Days” creator/executive producer Garry Marshall and original series cast members Scott Baio as ChaChi, Tom Bosley as Howard “Mr. C” Cunningham, Ron Howard as Richie Cunningham, Erin Moran as Joanie Cunningham, Don Most as Ralph Malph, Marion Ross as Marion “Mrs. C” Cunningham, Anson Williams as Warren “Potsie” Weber and Henry Winkler as Arthur “Fonzie” Fonzarelli. Also appearing are such special guest stars as Danny Butch as Spike, Lynda Goodfriend as Lori Beth, Clint Howard as Junior, Ted McGinley as Roger Phillips, Pat Morita as Arnold, both Gavin O’Herlihy and Randolph Roberts as Chuck, the long-lost brother, Linda Purl as Ashley Pfister and Cathy Silvers as Jenny Piccalo. In addition guest stars Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams -- who later starred in their own spin-off comedy series (1976-83), after the title characters Laverne DeFazio and Shirley Feeney debuted as Fonzie’s quirky friends on “Happy Days” ­ will appear.

    Set in Milwaukee in the carefree 1950s, “Happy Days” began production in 1974 and centered around high school junior Richie Cunningham (Ron Howard), his family, Howard “Mr. C” Cunningham (Tom Bosley) and Marion “Mrs. C” Cunningham (Marion Ross), his friends Potsie Weber (Anson Williams) and Ralph Malph (Don Most). Originally fifth-billed, Arthur “The Fonz” Fonzarelli (Henry Winkler), the thumbs-up biker, increased in popularity as the series grew to be the number one show with TV audiences for ten years as it followed the “Happy Days” gang through their life changes, including college, the army, marriage and even kids. The final episode aired on July 12, 1984. Throughout its successful eleven-year run, the series received three Emmy nominations in the directing and editing categories, while series stars Henry Winkler, Tom Bosley and Marion Ross earned a total of six Emmy nominations for their performances.

    Henry Winkler and Michael Levitt are executive producers, Greg Sills is supervising producer, Linda Mendoza is director and Gary Tellalian, Fred Fox and Stephen Pouliot are co-producers.

  • 12/27/04: Baio's Back and NBC's Got Him

    Happy Days Cast - September 11th, 2004

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  • 11/17/04: This photo is the cover of the latest issue of the International Happy Days Fan Club fanzine. It was taken by the club founder Giuseppe Ganelli at the softball game in Malibu, CA on September 11th, 2004. C'mon and join the club - we need more members!

  • 10/04/04: 'Happy Days' films reunion special on Pep's baseball field

    Happy Days Softball Team

  • 09/13/04: Kristi was able to attend the softball game and she has posted some photos on her personal page

  • 09/09/04: "Happy Days" are here again at ABC

    Alphabet has given the thumbs up -- Heyyyyyy! -- to "The Happy Days 30," a two-hour reunion special marking the 30th anniversary of Garry Marshall's classic laffer. All of the show's original cast -- including Ron Howard (Richie) and Henry Winkler (the Fonz) -- have signed on to appear in the special, which Winkler will exec produce with Michael Levitt.

    No airdate has been set, though special seems a natural for a sweeps appearance, possibly as soon as November.

    Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams, aka "Laverne & Shirley," also will take part in the reunion. And, in a "Happy Days" first, Gavin O'Herlihy and Randolph Roberts -- the two actors who played long-lost Cunningham sibling Chuck -- will appear together on the same show.

    Also set to appear: Garry Marshall, Tom Bosley, Marion Ross, Erin Moran, Anson Williams, Don Most, Scott Baio, Pat Morita, Crystal Bernard, Linda Purl and Cathy Silvers.

    "It was an absolute no-brainer," said ABC alternative topper Andrea Wong. "We've wanted to do this for a long time, and Henry Winkler recently called up and said the whole cast is willing to do it."

    In addition to the usual assortment of clips and interviews, "Happy Days 30" will feature footage from a cast/crew softball game to be played this weekend (Sept 11). Tradition was initiated by Marshall 30 years ago to foster a sense of family on the set; highlights from the game will help introduce clips.

    The games "were so much a part of our culture that we felt it would be a great centerpiece for the reunion," Winkler told Daily Variety.

    Winkler said the softball games grew so big that the "Happy Days" gang began playing games for charity, even taking their softball act on the road.

    "We played for the troops in Germany and Okinawa," he said. "We just moved as a unit. Garry felt that it could not help but make the team that worked together on the show stronger."

    Winkler and Levitt, who teamed to produce the final two seasons of the recent "Hollywood Squares" revival, are also set to produce CBS' upcoming "Dallas" reunion.

    Another portion of the special will be shot in front of a studio audience at CBS Television City, where the original series was produced.

    "Happy Days" bowed in January 1974 and ran for 11 seasons, exiting ABC's sked in 1984. It gave birth to three spinoffs: "Laverne & Shirley," "Mork & Mindy" and "Joanie Loves Chachi."

    In addition to Winkler and Levitt, Greg Sills will serve as supervising producer for the special, with Gary Tellalian, Fred Fox and Stephen Pouliot onboard as producers. Linda Mendoza will direct.


    If you are a fan of one of the greatest sitcoms of all time this will be a once in a lifetime opportunity you cannot afford to miss!! Come see the entire cast in a special reunion as they play each other in a softball game that will air as part of the Happy Days 30th Anniversary Reunion Special. All the original cast members will be there including former guest stars Pat Morita, Penny Marshall, Cindy Williams, Ted McGinley, and many others. How could it get any better? They’re playing their game in beautiful Malibu, California!! So don’t miss out one of the few shows where the whole family can attend and make it a day at the ball park with the cast of Happy Days. The show tapes Saturday, September 11th and the arrival time is 11:45 AM. For free priority tickets and more information please click on the following link http://www.ocatv.com/schedule.php?show_id=34


    Returning for the special are "Happy Days" creator/executive producer Garry Marshall and original series cast members Scott Baio as Chachi, Tom Bosley as Howard "Mr. C" Cunningham, Ron Howard as Richie Cunningham, Erin Moran as Joanie Cunningham, Don Most as Ralph Malph, Marion Ross as Marion "Mrs. C" Cunningham, Anson Williams as Warren "Potsie" Weber and Henry Winkler as Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli. Also appearing are special guest stars Crystal Bernard as K.C. Cunningham, Danny Butch as Spike, Lynda Goodfriend as Lori Beth, Clint Howard as Junior, Ted McGinley as Roger Phillips, Pat Morita as Arnold, Gavin O'Herlihy and Randolph Roberts as Chuck, Linda Purl as Ashley Pfister and Cathy Silvers as Jenny Piccalo. Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams will appear as well; they later starred in their own spin-off comedy series (1976-1983), after the title characters Laverne DeFazio and Shirley Feeney made their debut as Fonzie's quirky friends.

  • 08/24/04: Happy Days Softball Game and 30th Anniversary Reunion

    There will be a softball game with the Happy Days cast members on Saturday, September 11th 2004 in Malibu, CA at Pepperdine University. Go to http://www.seatfiller.com for more information. They are looking for atleast 700 fans to attend the game.

    On September 12th, they will be taping the reunion special in Los Angeles.

    The reunion will air on ABC sometime later this year or possibly in February 2005 during sweeps week.

    Henry Winkler and his partner Michael Levitt are executive producing the show.

    Happy Days Action Figures

  • 08/24/04: Brand new Happy Days Action Figures, Mego style

  • 07/17/04: Henry Winkler appeared on Alf's Hit Talk Show which aired on TV Land on July 7th

  • 06/16/04: Henry Winkler 'Takes Five' - Learning disability couldn't stop The Fonz

  • 05/29/04: TVShowsonDVD.com has posted the cover art of the Season 1 DVD set. Please note that it hasn't been officially released to the media, so it's possible it's not the final version of the art.

    Happy Days - Season 1 DVD Cover Art

  • 05/29/04: Potsie's "Pump Your Blood" song can be heard in a commercial for St. Joseph's Aspirin

  • 05/23/04: TVShowsonDVD.com reports that Happy Days: Season 1 is set to be released on DVD on August 17th. It will include all 16 episodes of the first season on 3 discs running 383 minutes, in Full Frame 1.33:1, English Monoaural sound, and closed captioning for the hearing impaired. The list price is $39.95 although you will likely be able to buy it cheaper from many places.

  • 05/11/04: Mrs. Cunningham finishes 2nd in favorite TV mom poll

  • 04/27/04: Henry Winkler has guest starred on a few episodes of the NBC drama Third Watch recently - he also continues to appear on the FOX comedy Arrested Development. Tom Bosley was scheduled to appear on an episode of the ABC sitcom It's All Relative but the show was pulled off the air with 2 unaired episodes - no word yet if or when this episode will be shown

  • 03/13/04: From TVShowsonDVD.com: When we talked to the fine folks at Paramount, they told us it's true that Happy Days, Laverne & Shirley, and Mork & Mindy will all be out in the Summer of 2004, as was reported in The Digital Bits' Rumor Mill a few days ago. In fact, we can tell you that these ought to show up somewhere around the end of June or the beginning of July. They're not sure exactly when yet, though...the dates might still move. Stay tuned for updates, whenever they nail something down. Also be aware that all four seasons of Mork & Mindy are firmly in their sites, so Robin Williams fans can start drooling immediately.

  • 03/11/04: From TVShowsonDVD.com: The latest Happy Days on DVD rumor from The Digital Bits: "Also, soon to be announced by Paramount are first season DVD box sets of Happy Days, Mork & Mindy and Laverne & Shirley. Look for those Summer 2004. "

    Happy Days spin-off series Laverne & Shirley now airs on Lifetime weekdays at 11AM and 12PM ET/PT

    Entertainment Weekly interviews Scott Baio

    Erin Moran and Marion Ross appeared on the Pyramid game show in February as part of Classic TV Reunion Week

    Tom Bosley and Marion Ross have appeared in a commercial for AOL 9.0

    Henry Winkler has appeared in a few episodes of the FOX comedy Arrested Development. It's produced and narrated by Ron Howard. It's a very funny show that stars Jason Bateman and a great cast, it airs Sunday nights on FOX at 9:30PM EST/PST.

  • 02/10/04: Fonzie's Black Book Valentine's Day Marathon on TV Land
    Tuesday, February 10 from 8:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.
    Encores on Valentine's Day, Saturday, February 14 from 4 to 8 p.m.
    This Valentine's Day, you won't need to get your little black books out, as Fonzie will do that for you! Catch the Fonz & the rest of the "Happy Days" gang in a four hour event getting dates, the old fashioned way--the little black book! Watch out Laverne & Shirley, Pinky, and--Rosa Coletti? Oh wait, that was Big Al! Ahyyyay!!!

    8:00PM/4:00PM #29 "Fonzie's Getting Married"
    When Fonzie stuns everyone with his decision to get married, Howard remembers the girl of Fonzie's dreams, that as a stripper he saw in Chicago.

    8:30PM/4:30PM #38 "Kiss Me Sickly"
    When Fonzie has to go out of town for a week, he asks Richie to watch his girlfriend for him but soon regrets it when she falls for Richie.

    9:00PM/5:00PM #49 "A Date with Fonzie"
    Richie is sure that he has lost his touch with the girls, so he asks Fonzie for help. Fonzie sets up Richie on a double-date with himself and Laverne & Shirley

    9:30PM/5:30PM #64 - "Fonzie Loves Pinky Part 1"
    Howard's fraternal order, The Leopards, hosts the Third Annual Auto Demolition Derby which brings Fonzie's old flame, Pinky Tuscadero, back to Milwaukee and once again into Fonzie's heart. Pinky wangles her way into being Fonz's driving partner. Guest stars Roz Kelly.

    10:00PM/6:00PM #65 - "Fonzie Loves Pinky Part 2"
    A rival demolition derby team, the colorful but nefarious Malachi Brothers, sabotage Pinky's car the night before the event.

    10:30PM/6:30PM #66 - "Fonzie Loves Pinky Part 3"
    Fonzie outwits the Malachi Brothers to win the Demolition Derby. Without waiting for the trophy, he rushes to Pinky's hospital room and learns the she's alright. Fonzie asks Pinky to marry him and she accepts. However, Fonzie feels he can't keep Pinky from the fame she desires and deserves so they decide to just remain friends.

    11:00PM/7:00PM #112 "Do You Want to Dance?"
    Fonzie falls for a ballerina who has the chance to become a superstar.

    11:30PM/7:30PM #218 "Going Steady"
    Al is preparing to be presented with an award from "The Sons of Italy" but he doesn't have a date. Richie gets Fonzie to search in his little black book for a date for Al. Al's hesitant as he is still thinking about Rosa Coletti - 1935. But all of that changes when Fonzie introduces him to Anna the meter maid.

    Happy Days celebrates it's 30th Anniversary on January 15th, 2004 - the 1st episode of Happy Days titled "All the Way" aired on ABC on January 15th, 1974.

  • 01/12/04: On THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 2004, come to Times Square to celebrate the HAPPY DAYS 30TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION ON GOOD MORNING AMERICA!

    Come to GOOD MORNING AMERICA in HAPPY DAYS attire and be in the audience and on TV!

    That's right. Guys It's time to grease back your hair.

    Ladies I know some of you have poodle skirts and bobby sox you are dying to wear. Extra points if you can come dressed as people from the show. The more creative you get, the better your chances of camera time. I know some of you want to come as the Tuscadero sisters or the Eugene and Melvin Belvin...get crazy with it.

    THURSDAY, JANUARY 15 - An in-depth interview with Melinda Gates, wife of Microsoft founder Bill Gates; "GMA" celebrates the 30th anniversary of "Happy Days"; Diane Sawyer previews her "Primetime" interview with Jennifer Aniston.

  • 12/16/03: TV Land is in production for a 30th anniversary Happy Days Reunion sometime in 2004! Henry Winkler is producing.

    Happy Days Reunion - In celebration of its 30th anniversary, Henry Winkler, one of the star's of this popular sitcom, is developing a one hour special that salutes this series that was set in the 1950's and became the number one program in the 1970's. Henry Winker to executive produce along with his partner Michael Levitt ("Hollywood Squares," TV Land Awards"). (60 min.)

  • 10/22/03: From the TVShowsOnDVD.com website:

    Heyyy! Fonz & the gang taking a DVD spin?

    As you probably know, TVShowsOnDVD site owner Gord Lacey spent today at the TV DVD Conference in Los Angeles.

    During the conference, Paramount had a recorded presentation about their TV-to-DVD properties, and Happy Days was mentioned. There was no release timeframe given. Music issues may still affect this release; we really don't know what the status of that situation is. Stay tuned, and we'll have details for you when they become available.

    Ron Howard: From Mayberry to the Moon… and Beyond

  • 08/06/03: Ron Howard fans will want to check out a biography of him that was recently published.

    Ron Howard: From Mayberry to the Moon… and Beyond, the first full-length biography of Ron Howard, takes an in-depth look at the Oklahoma boy who gained national fame as a child star, then grew up to be one of Hollywood's most admired directors. Although many show biz kids founder as they approach adulthood, Ron Howard had the advantage of brains, common sense, and two down-to-earth parents who kept him from having an inflated view of his own accomplishments. He also had a longstanding goal: to trade the glare of the spotlight for a quieter but equally creative life behind the camera. This biography tracks his career from 1960, when he debuted as six-year-old Opie Taylor on The Andy Griffith Show through 2002, when he accepted his Academy Award® as Best Director for A Beautiful Mind.

    For more information and to order, click here.

  • 07/08/03: A&E repeats the Happy Days Tv-ography on Wednesday, June 9th at 8PM EST/PST and again at midnight

    ABC 50th Anniversary Celebration

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    Pictured: Cindy Williams, Henry Winkler, Erin Moran, Garry Marshall, Penny Marshall, Michael McKean, David L. Lander, Anson Williams, Marion Ross, Donny Most

  • ABC's 50th Anniversary Celebration, where tons of stars from ABC will be on hand, airs on Monday, May 19th from 8-11PM EST/PST

  • ABC’S 50th ANNIVERSARY BLOOPER CELEBRATION PT. 1 ­ MONDAY, APRIL 28 (8:00-9:00 p.m.,ET) ­ ABC’s biggest stars from the past 50 years are seen in this installment of one of television’s longest-running series of specials, hosted by Dick Clark and featuring special guest appearances by Marion Ross (“Happy Days”), Jim Belushi (“According to Jim”), Judd Hirsch (“Taxi”) and Joyce DeWitt (“Three’s Company”). Among the other shows featured will be “8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter,” “According to Jim,” “The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet,“ “Bosom Buddies,” “Coach,” “The Drew Carey Show,” “Happy Days,” “Home Improvement,” “Laverne & Shirley,” “McHale’s Navy,” “My Wife and Kids,” “Mork & Mindy,” “Soap,” “The Soupy Sales Show,” “Spin City,” “Taxi” and “Three’s Company.”

    ABC’S 50th ANNIVERSARY BLOOPER CELEBRATION, PT. 2 ­ MONDAY, MAY 5 (8:00-9:00 p.m.,ET) ­ ABC’s biggest stars from the past 50 years are seen in this installment of one of television’s longestrunning series of specials, hosted by Dick Clark and featuring special guest appearances by Tom Bosley (“Happy Days”), Dennis Franz (“NYPD Blue”), Michael Badalucco (“The Practice”) and Donny Osmond (“Donny and Marie”). Among the other shows featured will be “According to Jim,” “American Bandstand,” “Bosom Buddies,” “Donny and Marie,” “Happy Days,” “Home Improvement,” “Laverne & Shirley,” “The Lawrence Welk Show,” “Let’s Make a Deal,” “Mork & Mindy,” “NYPD Blue,” “The Odd Couple,” “The Pat Boone Chevy Showroom,” “The Practice,” “Taxi,” “Tennessee Ernie Ford Christmas Special,” “Too Close for Comfort,” and “Who Do You Trust.”

  • 01/28/03: Friday, January 31st - Sabrina the Teenage Witch - 8:30PM EST/PST on The WB

    "Sabrina in Wonderland", Episode #153.
    Sabrina tumbles into Wonderland, where she meets the White Rabbit (Donny Most) and the Queen of Hearts.

    Cast: Melissa Joan Hart, Soleil Moon Frye, Elisa Donovan, Nick Bakay, Andrew Walker, Diana-Maria Riva, Bumper Robinson, John Ducey, Donny Most, Dylan Neal.
    Director(s): Anson Williams.
    Producer(s): Paula Hart, Bruce Ferber.
    Writer(s): Dan Berendsen.

  • 01/02/03: "Entertainment Tonight in TV Land"
    Airs Sundays 10:30PM - 11:30PM E/P
    These are reruns from the weekend editions from 1999-2001 which featured an hour-long special on one show every week.

    January 12th "Happy Days"
    An one-hour special with interviews from the cast and where they are now.
    January 19th "The Brady Bunch"
    America's most famous TV family with interviews and more.
    January 26th "Gilligan's Island"
    ET will have interviews with Bob Denver, Dawn Wells, Russell Johnson, and archived interviews of the deceased cast.

  • 11/18/02: If you are wondering why TV Land isn't showing the final episode during the regular rotation, the final 2 episodes #254-255 (Passages) will air on TV Land on December 31st at 7:00-8:00AM and 5:00-6:00PM EST/PST as part of the Last Episodes on The Last Day of the Year marathon.

  • 11/05/02: Erin Moran ("Happy Days") and Jimmie Walker ("Good Times") tell about the Westminster Kennel Club on the game show "Street Smarts". It airs Friday, November 8th at 3:30PM EST on WGN or check your local listings for the channel and time in your area.

    Charles in Charge

    Charles in Charge Marathon on Nick at Nite!
    A five day, two hour a day showcase asking, 'Is Charles really in charge?' You'll find out the week of November 10th-14th at 9-11PM EST/PST, as Scott Baio himself will tell you if he is in charge or not. Hosted by Scott Baio.

    Charles in Charge can currently be seen on Nick at Nite Monday-Friday mornings at 4:30AM EST/PST

    Visit Charles in Charge Online for show and cast info, theme songs, picture gallery, episode guide, marathon schedule, and more.

  • 10/22/02: Added 1983 ending theme song in wav format to the theme songs section

    On VH-1:

    Tuesday October 1st (times EST/PST)
    7:00PM TV GUIDE's Truth Behind the Rumors: From 2000--Happy Days, Jeffersons and One Day at a Time are spotlighted.
    8:00PM Happy Days "Fonzie Joins the Band", Episode #32 Fonzie joins Richie's band for a country-club dance.

    (This lineup re-airs on Wed Oct. 2nd starting at 4PM e/p)

    Friday October 4th (Episode TBA)
    8:30PM Happy Days
    (re-airs on Sat Oct. 5th at 12:30PM e/p)

  • 09/09/02: Intimate Portrait: Marion Ross re-airs on Lifetime on Friday, September 13th at 7PM EST/PST.

    Best known as the loveable and happy Mrs. C on the popular TV show "Happy Days," actress Marion Ross openly discusses her early struggles as an actress and her first marriage to an alcoholic that almost ruined her career. She also chats about her recent work on the hit TV series "Gilmore Girls." Interviews include Ron Howard, Henry Winkler, and Garry Marshall.

  • 09/03/02: The message board is back up after being moved to a new server... Discuss Happy Days and your other favorite sitcoms on the Sitcoms Online Message Boards

  • 08/27/02: Happy Days will air on WGN (Chicago) on Sundays starting September 8th at 9AM EST/PST. It will air weekdays at 9:30AM EST/PST starting September 23rd. It will continue to air on TV Land as well.

  • 07/29/02: TV-Ography: Happy Days reairs on A&E on Monday, August 5th at 8PM Eastern/Pacific (and repeated at midnight). It will also be on Sunday, September 8th at 4PM Eastern/Pacific

  • 07/08/02: the 8:00AM airing on TV Land has been switched to 7:30AM

  • 06/22/02: The Happy Days cast has donated a “Happy Days Mega Collection” autographed by the stars for the DreamCatchers Foundation charity auction. Including an original script, collectors items and an autographed photo. You can become famous by bidding and help charity!


  • 05/28/02: Re-organzied the Sounds section and added several variations of the theme song in wav format (courtesy of wavethemes.org); Added about 25 Fonz sound clips from a page that long disappeared from the web

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    International Happy Days Fans Club:

    Arnold's News - International Happy Days Fans Club Fanzine

    Are you interested in receiving the only printed Happy Days fanzine/newsletter in the world? As a member of the International Happy Days Fans Club, you will receive a cool membership card and 4 fanzines per year.

    The most recent issue (#15) features articles about Henry Winkler visiting Italy last December, Ron Howard winning the Oscar and discussing A Beautiful Mind, information about an episode that was written buy never produced called "No Jacket, No Fonz", an article on whatever happened to the mysterious Chuck Cunningham, and the regular articles on Happy Days memorabilia and the Milwaukee Journal which features all of the latest updates and projects for the cast members.

    The club is officially recognized and approved by: Ron Howard, Henry Winkler, Marion Ross, Don Most, Scott Baio, Linda Purl, Scott Bernstein, Suzi Quatro, Ted McGinley, Ellen Travolta, and Garry Marshall.

    For more information on joining the club, please e-mail Giuseppe Ganelli at: info@happydaysfanclub.com
    The club is a non-profit organization and the price of the subscription only covers the expenses for making and sending it by mail.

    The International Happy Days Fans Club also has a new address, it can be visited at: http://www.happydaysfanclub.com

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    Ron Howard

    Ron Howard Wins Best Director Oscar

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Former child star Ron Howard won the Academy Award as best director Sunday for his work on "A Beautiful Mind," an exploration of the fine line between genius and insanity.

    The film, based on Sylvia Nasar's 1998 book about Nobel Prize-winning mathematician John Nash and his lifelong struggle with schizophrenia, earned Howard his first Oscar nomination. The movie, for which Howard shares producer credits, also won best picture.

    Howard, 48, who played little Opie Taylor on the 1960s television comedy "The Andy Griffith Show" and affable teenager Richie Cunningham on hit 1970s show "Happy Days," has gone on to become one of the most successful directors in Hollywood.

    His filmmaking credits include "Cocoon," "Backdraft," "Apollo 13" and "Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas."

    A longtime Hollywood favorite who has built a nice guy reputation in an industry known for bad boys, Howard's victory with "Beautiful Mind" marks a new high for a director many critics felt was overlooked when he did not score an Oscar nomination for "Apollo 13" in 1995.

    Howard Has a Beautiful Night at Oscars

    Ron Howard Acceptance Speech

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    January 2002

    Happy Days Reunion Movie in the Works?

    CBS's ratings success with a recent Carol Burnett reunion special has given the other networks ideas. NBC already has a reunion special on the "The Cosby Show" ready to go for May sweeps, New York Daily News reports. "The Cosby Show" was a massive hit on Thursdays for NBC from 1984-92. The paper reports that Cosby contacted the show's producer -- Carsey-Werner-Mandalbach -- not long after the Carol Burnett special knocked it out of the park for CBS, finishing as the No. 1 show for the week. "Bill always felt it was a landmark series that had a lot of important themes that related to family and how parents should communicate with children," said producer Tom Werner. "So hopefully the special will have some content value above and beyond just the normal clip show." The newspaper reported that plans call for taping the "Cosby" reunion show in April in New York, but Werner isn't sure how many of the original cast will be involved. "We're certainly talking to them all," he said. NBC also plans to run a two-hour "L.A. Law" movie during the May sweeps, hoping to score killer ratings so they can set advertising rates as high as possible. Networks put their best feet forward during sweeps to get ratings that drive the ad rates. CBS also is trying to get the cast of "M*A*S*H" together for a reunion special, and ABC has a "Happy Days" reunion in the works. Columbia Tri-Star Domestic TV president Steve Mosko said the industry "saw this coming" when the movie version of the TV hit "Charlie's Angels" was one of the biggest box-office hits of 2000, the News reports. "People are still hungry for some of these shows that a lot of us grew up with," he said.
    (Thanks to UPI Hollywood Reporter Pat Nason)

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