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1984 Fonz Arthur Fonzarelli Vintage t-shirt iron-on Henry Winkler Happy Days authentic retro nos

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RaRe Henry Winkler as The Fonz from Happy Days.

Vintage Iron On tee shirt transfer Original Authentic NOS retro TV Movie show tshirt ironon

 

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Wiki says:

Arthur Herbert Fonzarelli (also known as "Fonzie", or "The Fonz") is a fictional character played by Henry Winkler in the American sitcom Happy Days (1974–1984). He was originally a secondary character, but was soon positioned as a lead character when he came to dwarf the other characters in popularity.[2][3][4]

Happy Days producer and writer Bob Brunner created both Arthur Fonzarelli's "Fonzie" nickname and his iconic comeback phrase, "Sit on it."[5][6][7]

In 1999 TV Guide ranked him number 4 on its 50 Greatest TV Characters of All Time list.[8]

Fonzie first appeared in season one and was only one of two characters (along with Howard Cunningham) to appear in all 255 episodes.

Gender Male
Occupation Mechanic, Part Owner of Arnold's Restaurant, Teacher (1956–)
Family Vito Fonzarelli (father), Angela Fonzarelli (mother), Arthur 'Artie' Fonzarelli (half brother)
Children Danny Corrigan, Jr. (adopted son)
Relatives Grandma Nussbaum (grandmother), Louise Arcola (aunt), Chachi Arcola (cousin), Spike (cousin), Angelo "Angie" Fonzarelli (cousin)[1]

Arthur Fonzarelli was born to an Italian-American family in the fictional town of East Meadow. As a child, he and his mother were abandoned by his father. When the senior Fonzarelli disappeared, he left a locked box for his son, but not a key; the young Arthur did everything to open the box before finally repeatedly running over it with his tricycle, only to reveal that it just contained the key to the box. The only advice Fonzie remembered his father giving was "Don't go out in the rain in your socks". In the sixth season episode, "Christmas Time", a sailor delivers a Christmas present ostensibly from his father (played by Eddie Fontaine), who wishes to make amends. Fonzie is resentful, but at the end of the episode opens his father's letter explaining why he left and reads it. He also learns that the sailor was his father, who admits in the letter that he doubted he would have the courage to reveal the truth to his son. In a later episode, Fonzie unexpectedly meets a woman he believes is his mother in a diner. She convinces him she is not, but in the end, she looks at a picture of Fonzie as a small child and sighs.

More here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fonzie

 

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