Happy Days Are Here Again: Henry Winkler, Anson Williams & Donny Most Reunite

They were on one of the biggest TV hits of the ’70s.

Happy Days reached about 30 million viewers each week and ran for 11 seasons, ending in 1984.

Now, 31 years after it went off the air, three of the show’s stars have gotten back together. Henry Winkler (Fonzie), Anson Williams (Potsie) and Donny Most (Ralph) attended the Celebration Exotic Car Festival in Celebration, Florida, last week. The event raises money for several children’s charities.

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Tom Bosley Mourned by Henry Winkler on Eve of Funeral

Henry Winkler remembers his last phone conversation with Tom Bosley.

At the time, Bosley was suffering from lung cancer. “We talked about his strength and that it was coming back,” Winkler, 64, who played Arthur “The Fonz” Fonzarelli on Happy Days, tells PEOPLE.

“He had just gone through several bouts of chemo, and you always heard him in a positive, forward attitude. He was always looking forward, you know. At 83, I hope that’s me.”


Henry Winkler gives the thumbs up to a London stage version of his leather-clad king of ’50s cool. “Hey, he’s sensational,” Winkler said of South African actor Craig Urbani, who plays Arthur “The Fonz” Fonzarelli in a British musical based on “Happy Days.” Winkler is a creative consultant to the show, which opens today. He wasn’t interested in recreating the role himself. “I can dance, but I can’t sing,” he said. Oldie-but-goody songs such as “Rock Around the Clock” and “See You Later Alligator” are woven into the “Happy Days” plot, along with the original TV show’s theme song.