Im Mittelpunkt stehen die drei Freunde Richie Cunningham, Warren „Potsie“ Weber und Ralph Malph. Happy Days Schauspieler, Cast & Crew. Liste der Besetung: Anzhelika Nevolina, Nikolay Lavrov, Georgiy Teykh u.v.m. Anson Williams. Rolle: Warren "Potsie" Weber. Henry Winkler. Rolle: Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli. Erin Moran. Rolle: Joanie Cunningham. Kitty Christina Hart.
Cast Happy Days S11Im Mittelpunkt stehen die drei Freunde Richie Cunningham, Warren „Potsie“ Weber und Ralph Malph. Eine der größten Listen von Regisseuren und Schauspielern bei MUBI. Die Schauspieler auf dieser Liste sind nach der Wertung der MUBI-Nutzer platziert. Henry Winkler: Arthur „Fonzie“ Fonzarelli · Tom Bosley – Bild: Sat.1 Gold. Tom Bosley: Howard Cunningham · Marion Ross: Marion Cunningham · Erin Moran.
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Margie, singer on a showboat, decides to try her luck in New York inspite of being in love with the owners grandson.
She is successful, but suddenly she hears that the showboat is in deep financial trouble, and she calls all the boats former stars to join in a big show to rescue it.
Lavish story-revue from , originally filmed in a widescreen process called Grandeur, puts most of Fox's roster in a minstrel show format; there's a plot surrounding it, but it's forgotten after the first half hour or so.
You have to endure some badly dated acts, including the insufferable El Brendel and the sappy Janet Gaynor she doesn't sing, she coos and Charles Farrell body of Adonis, voice of a fifth grader , but along the way you do get some good stuff, and an entertaining look at what was considered top-notch diversion around the time the stock market was crashing.
Marjorie White does some hot scat singing and steps lightly; Ann Pennington and Dixie Lee dance up a storm; Victor McGlaglen and Edmund Lowe do a buddy number McLaglen can actually sing, Lowe can't ; the boxing champ James J.
Corbett is a personable interlocutor; Will Rogers, Warner Baxter, and George Jessel do cameos; and poor old Charles Evans' show boat gets saved.
The chorus girls are beefy and klutzy Betty Grable's in there somewhere , the production design's clever, and there's an odd lighting effect that turns actors from blackface to white with the flick of a light switch.
Heaven knows you couldn't get away with this stuff today, but the songs are catchy, there's some fine dancing, and among the large roster of early talkie musicals, this one's fairly diverting.
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But in spite of the market research department telling them that the s theme would not work, they decided to redo it, and this was accepted as a pilot.
Paramount passed on making it into a weekly series, and the pilot was recycled with the title Love and the Television Set later retitled Love and the Happy Day for syndication , for presentation on the television anthology series Love, American Style.
Also in , George Lucas asked to view the pilot to determine if Ron Howard would be suitable to play a teenager in American Graffiti , then in pre-production.
Lucas immediately cast Howard in the film, which became one of the top-grossing films of With the movie's success generating a renewed interest in the s era although, the film was set in , TV show creator Garry Marshall and ABC recast the unsold pilot to turn Happy Days into a series.
According to Marshall in an interview, executive producer Tom Miller said while developing the sitcom, "If we do a TV series that takes place in another era, and when it goes into reruns, then it won't look old.
Gould had originally been tapped to reprise the role of Howard Cunningham on the show. However, during a delay before the start of production he found work doing a play abroad and when he was notified the show was ready to begin production, he declined to return because he wanted to honor his commitment.
The first two seasons of Happy Days —75 were filmed using a single-camera setup and laugh track. One episode of season two "Fonzie Gets Married" was filmed in front of a studio audience with three cameras as a test run.
From the third season on —84 , the show was a three-camera production in front of a live audience with a cast member, usually Tom Bosley, announcing in voice-over, "Happy Days is filmed before a live audience" at the start of most episodes , giving these later seasons a markedly different style.
A laugh track was still used during post-production to smooth over live reactions. Garry Marshall's earlier television series The Odd Couple had undergone an identical change in production style after its first season in — In seasons one and two, the Cunningham house was arranged with the front door on the left and the kitchen on the right of screen, in a triangular arrangement.
From season three on, the house was rearranged to accommodate multiple cameras and a studio audience.
The Cunninghams' official address is North Clinton Drive, Milwaukee , Wisconsin. The Milky Way Drive-In, located on Port Washington Road in the North Shore suburb of Glendale, Wisconsin now Kopp's Frozen Custard Stand , was the inspiration for the original Arnold's Drive-In; it has since been demolished.
The exterior of Arnold's was a standing set on the Paramount Studios lot that has since been demolished. This exterior was close to Stage 19, where the rest of the show's sets were located.
The set of the diner in the first season was a room with the same vague details of the later set, such as the paneling, and the college pennants.
When the show changed to a studio production in , the set was widened and the entrance was hidden, but allowed an upstage, central entrance for cast members.
The barely-seen kitchen was also upstaged and seen only through a pass-through window. The diner had orange booths, downstage center for closeup conversation, as well as camera left.
There were two restroom doors camera right, labeled "Guys" and "Dolls". A Seeburg Model G jukebox with replaced metal pilasters from Wico Corp.
College pennants adorned the walls, including Purdue and University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee , along with a blue and white sign reading "Jefferson High School".
Milwaukee's Washington High School provided the inspiration for the exteriors of the fictional Jefferson.
In a two-part episode from the seventh season, the original Arnold's Drive-In was written out of the series as being destroyed by fire see List of Happy Days episodes , episodes and In the last seasons that covered the s timeline, a new Arnold's Drive-In set to portray the new Arnold's that replaced the original Arnold's destroyed by the fire emerged in a s decor with wood paneling and stained glass.
In , two decades after the first set was destroyed, the Happy Days 30th Anniversary Reunion requested that the reunion take place in Arnold's.
The set was rebuilt by production designer James Yarnell based on the original floor plan. The reunion special was taped at CBS Television City 's Bob Barker Studio in September This recording was not commercially released at the time, although the original recording returned to the American Billboard charts in as a result of the song's use on the show.
The "Happy Days" recording had its first commercial release in by the German label Hydra Records. When Happy Days entered syndication in , the series was retitled Happy Days Again and used an edited version of the recording instead of the version.
In some prints intended for reruns and overseas broadcasts, as well as on the Season 2 DVD set release and later re-releases of the Season 1 DVD set, the original "Rock Around the Clock" opening theme is replaced by the more standard "Happy Days" theme, because of music rights issues.
The show's closing theme song in seasons one and two was a fragment from "Happy Days" although in a different recording with a different lyric from that which would become the standard version , whose music was composed by Charles Fox and whose lyric was written by Norman Gimbel.
According to SAG, this version was performed by Jim Haas on lead vocals, The Ron Hicklin Singers , Stan Farber, Jerry Whitman, and Gary Garrett on backing vocals, and studio musicians.
From seasons three to ten inclusive, a longer version of "Happy Days" replaced "Rock Around the Clock" at the beginning of the show.
The show itself finished the —77 television season at 1, ending the five-year Nielsen reign of All in the Family.
For the show's 11th and final season —84 , the theme was rerecorded in a more modern style. It featured Bobby Arvon on lead vocals, with several back-up vocalists.
To accompany this new version, new opening credits were filmed, and the flashing Happy Days logo was reanimated to create an overall "new" feel which incorporated s sensibilities with s nostalgia although by this time the show was set in In October , a judge rejected the group's fraud claim, which meant they could not receive millions of dollars in potential damages.
The idiom " jumping the shark " describes a point in a series where it resorts to outlandish or preposterous plot devices to maintain or regain good ratings.
Specifically, the term arose from the season five episode "Hollywood Part 3 " that first aired on September 20, , in which a water-skiing Fonzie clad in swim trunks and signature leather jacket jumps over a confined shark.
Despite the term, Happy Days continued to be popular in the ratings for several years, only seeing a real downturn in its final season — Fonzie's signature leather jacket has been on display at the National Museum of American History , part of the Smithsonian Institution , since the early s.
Happy Days has been rerun by many networks. It currently airs reruns on MeTV. In the United Kingdom reruns aired on Five USA and on Channel 4 between the early s and the early s.
Original-run episodes in the s and s were shown on various regions of the ITV network usually on a weekday afternoon at It was shown —18 on the True Entertainment channel until the channel ceased broadcasting in September When reruns first went into syndication on local stations while the series was still producing new episodes, the reruns were re-titled Happy Days Again.
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