How well do you know the career of the great Henry Winkler?

Can you earn the thumbs up on trivia about the Fonz and his other roles?

It's hard not to picture a leather jacket when you think of Henry Winkler. The actor burst onto the scene as Fonzie in the early 1970s, and quickly became a cultural phenomenon. His face appeared on lunch boxes, pillow, T-shirts and toys.

Winkler played the Fonz on Happy Days for a full decade. Of course, he career did not end there. He continues to prove his diverse skills as a creator in Hollywood, both as a performer and producer. 

Let's see how well you know Winkler and his most iconic character!

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  1. Winkler beat out this rock star for the role of the Fonz, due somewhat to his height.
  2. Winkler was an executive producer of which hit 1980s action show?
  3. The famous "Jump the Shark" scene at the start of Happy Days season five was written to showcase Winkler's skills at which sport?
  4. In early 1974, Winkler wore a black leather jacket and appeared alongside Sylvestor Stallone in this film about greasers.
  5. A campaign button from the 1976 Presidential Election featured this candidate posing as the Fonz with the slogan "Happy Days Are Here Again."
  6. Winkler portrayed the attorney character Barry Zuckerkorn on this sitcom, as recently as 2019.
  7. There are 225 episodes of Happy Days. Henry Winkler was in how many of them?
  8. In 1973, Winkler made his primetime television debut as a dinner guest on which sitcom?
  9. In 1982, Winkler had a starring role in which film directed by his Happy Days costar Ron Howard?
  10. What was Arthur Fonzarelli's middle name?
  11. What word could Fonzie not say?
  12. Winkler made his directorial debut with "Best Foot Forward," a 1982 episode of which Happy Days spinoff?
  13. Did Winkler voice the animated Fonz in the Saturday morning cartoon The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang?
  14. In the first season of Happy Days, by order of the network, Winkler could only wear this when standing next to his motorcycle.
  15. At the beginning of season three in Happy Days, the Fonz moved here.
  16. In 2002, Winkler produced a new iteration of this game show, and even made guest appearances as the announcer.

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scp 22 days ago
15 out of 16.

"Did you have the magic touch like the Fonz?"

If by "magic touch" you mean IMDB, then, yeah, sure.

MrBill 22 days ago
15/16; I did not know Fonzie's middle name and guessed wrong.
Utzaake 26 days ago
12/16. 12, 13, 14 and 16.
5. As for the Democratic candidate that year...
RicardoShillyShally 26 days ago
15/16. I didn't think "Arrested Development" was still airing in 2019.
They did the original 3 seasons on Fox from 2003 to 2006, then they came back and did a season on Netflix in 2013 and fifth on Netflix from 2018 to 2019.
David 27 days ago
You got 16 out of 16
Did you have the magic touch like the Fonz?
MichaelKing 27 days ago
I thought sorry seems to be the hardest word. Wrong!
Yep, I remember the Fonz had one heck of a time trying to say "wrong". It was like pulling teeth! 😂
phritzg 27 days ago
13 out of 16, although a couple of my right answers were guesses. I didn't really pay much attention to Happy Days when it was on. I also liked Henry Winkler in the more recent comedy created by Rob Corddry, Childrens Hospital.
hermanstein2015 27 days ago
You got 5 out of 16
That was terrible. But I didn't watch it religiously.
David hermanstein2015 27 days ago
At least you were honest about your terrible score, Lol!
hermanstein2015 David 26 days ago
Lol no need to lie. I loved Happy Days just didn't watch it like I did Andy Griffith ;)
Geronimo 27 days ago
In the first season of Happy Days, Fonzie wore a white jacket, not leather.
I thought it was a blue cotton golf jacket
David Geronimo 27 days ago
It was an off white windbreaker, ABC was afraid people would associate a black leather jacket with a motorcycle gang and they wanted to maintain a wholesome family image for the show.
TheDavBow3 27 days ago
11/16 not bad. I remember Lord Of Flatbush with Stallone. Good movie. Guessed wrong on his network debut, I said Bob Newhart Show. Had no clue about Arested Development.
DerekBird TheDavBow3 27 days ago
Perry King was in it too.
David TheDavBow3 27 days ago
The Mary Tyler Moore show was a correct guess for me because I remember another sitcom star who first appeared on MTM, John Ritter, he played a minister who presided over Ted and Georgette's wedding.
Tony TheDavBow3 24 days ago
He was a guest star on The Bob Newhart Show, as well. He played an ex-con and did a really good job.
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