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Happy Days: 30th Anniversary Reunion (2005)

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Scott Baio ... Self
Tom Bosley ... Self
Ron Howard ... Self
Erin Moran ... Self
Don Most ... Self
Marion Ross ... Self
Anson Williams ... Self
Henry Winkler ... Self
Garry Marshall ... Self
Fred Fox Jr. Fred Fox Jr. ... Self - Softball Team
Michael Pataki ... Self
Danny Butch Danny Butch ... Self - Softball Team
Scott Marshall ... Self - Softball Team
Lynda Goodfriend Lynda Goodfriend ... Self - Softball Team
Ken Lerner ... Self - Softball Team
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English

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3 February 2005 (USA) See more »

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The special notes that the official pilot for Happy Days premiered January 15, 1975, but it was actually January 15, 1974. See more »

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Garry Marshall: [to Scott Baio] Look how far away you're sitting! You're at the reunion of Charles In Charge!
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The Happy Days gang back at Arnold's
18 February 2010 | by Petey-10See all my reviews

The Happy Days are here again! Eeyy! The old gang from Milwaukee get back together once again to share some of their fondest memories.Happy Days: 30th Anniversary Reunion (2005) is directed by Linda Mendoza.It's most cool to see the gang going back to Arnold's.This is Arnold's! There we see Ron Howard, who played Richie Cunningham.And Henry Winkler, who was the leather jacket king Fonzie.Anson Williams, or Potsie is there.Great singer, not so great with the girls.Don Most, Ralph Malph is there.We learn that he learned the "I still got it" catchphrase from the show's late director Jerry Paris.It's a fantastic moment when Chuck finally shows up.Richie's basketball playing brother, who just vanished from the show, was played by two men.We see both of them with basketballs.In the end we also see the great late Pat Morita.Too bad Al Molinaro, who played Al, couldn't be there due to his health.He's 90 now.We also see Fonzie jumping the shark, which It brings back memories when the Bill Haley & His Comets song Rock Around the Clock starts to play.And then the Happy Days theme song by Charles Fox and Norman Gimbel.Sunday, Monday Happy Days...I think I'll go and get my Arnold's burger.Yep, Yep, Yep, Yep.


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