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Copyright 1974 by GAF and Paramount Pictures Childhood Toys, Childhood Memories, View Master, Master Art, The Fonz, Vintage Ads, Vintage Images, Retro Toys, Director

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Copyright 1974 by GAF and Paramount Pictures

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The Coolest Guy in the History of Television. The Fonz

You can't go wrong with the Fonz. He was the best on TV at the time. A bubblegum card from my own collection, circa 1976 (as in, yes, this was mine from back in the day). Looks like the Fonz really likes his thumb there. Happy Days Tv Show, 60s Tv Shows, The Fonz, Laverne & Shirley, Morning Cartoon, Old Tv, Classic Tv, Famous Faces, Back In The Day

Happy Days card: The Fonz

You can't go wrong with the Fonz. He was the best on TV at the time. A bubblegum card from my own collection, circa 1976 (as in, yes, this was mine from back in the day). Looks like the Fonz really likes his thumb there.

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The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang (1980-83 TV series)

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Memory Bank: The Fonz

The other day, I had a very…interesting time trying to explain “The Fonz” and his popularity in the 1970s to my five-year old son, Joel. You see -- I told my boy, Fonzie (Henry Winkler) -- was a kind of tough guy from the 1950s who appeared on a show made in the 1970s, and he had this thing called “The Fonzie Touch” where he could just tap any machine that was broken, and it would start working… In one episode, Fonzie jumped his motorcycle over a row of garbage cans, and in another, he…

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Fonz of the Happy Days Gang

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Whereas The Simpsons makes an effort to balance its religious satire with pro-spiritual representations, Family Guy largely regards organized faith as wholly corrupt and its believers as dupes and dopes. The Fonz, I Respect You, Kool Aid, Classic Tv, The Simpsons, Satire, Happy Day, Family Guy, Sunday

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Whereas The Simpsons makes an effort to balance its religious satire with pro-spiritual representations, Family Guy largely regards organized faith as wholly corrupt and its believers as dupes and dopes.

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Memory Bank: The Fonz

The other day, I had a very…interesting time trying to explain “The Fonz” and his popularity in the 1970s to my five-year old son, Joel. You see -- I told my boy, Fonzie (Henry Winkler) -- was a kind of tough guy from the 1950s who appeared on a show made in the 1970s, and he had this thing called “The Fonzie Touch” where he could just tap any machine that was broken, and it would start working… In one episode, Fonzie jumped his motorcycle over a row of garbage cans, and in another, he…