A nostalgic comedy set in 1950s Milwaukee, 'Happy Days' follows the Cunningham family: hardware store owner Howard (Tom Bosley); his wife, Marion (Marion Ross); and their kids, Richie (Ron Howard) and Joanie (Erin Moran). With Richie's friends Potsie (Anson Williams) and Ralph (Don Most) constantly dreaming up cockeyed teenage schemes and Fonzie's (Henry Winkler) greaser wisdom, there is always something fun going on with the gang.
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There were smiles all around the set. Even the dog was smiling.
Onscreen siblings and friends took to Twitter to mourn the loss of Joanie Cunningham.
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Marion Ross turns 88 today. Happy Birthday, Mrs. C!
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Dear studios, please leave these classics alone!
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Henry Winkler gave a moving tribute to the late Garry Marshall.
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