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Happy Days: Season 3

Ron Howard , Henry Winkler , Art Fisher , Frank Buxton    Unrated   DVD

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"Happy Days" was set in the 1950s in Milwaukee, the heart of middle-class America, and told the story of the Cunningham family. Mr. Cunningham (Tom Bosley) ran the local hardware store and Mrs. Cunningham (Marion Ross), like all good TV Moms, spent her time in the kitchen. Their son, Richie (Ron Howard), hung out at Arnold's Drive-In with his pals Ralph Malph (Donny Most) and Potsie (Anson Williams), trying to be as cool as the coolest greaser in town, the Fonz (Henry Winkler). Richie's sister, Joanie (Erin Moran), tagged along whenever she wasn't at her friend Jenny Piccolo's house. The Cunninghams also had an older son, Chuck, but he mysteriously disappeared after the first season.

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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars WHY DID THEY EDIT CERTAIN EPISODES??? Feb. 12 2008
By VWC - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
This, in my opinion, is the best season of Happy Days. The writing was outstanding and Henry Winkler was at his peak. THIS is the season that should have ranked as the #1 show on television (it finished at #11, season four is the one that reached the top). There is one problem with the DVD though. Certain episodes (very few...I think) are edited. One of my all-time favorite scenes is missing. It is the end tag of the episode titled "Fonzie's New Friend". This is where Fonzie does the limbo. But it's gone....why? I also noticed a couple of edits here and there on one or two other episodes. The sad thing is that this is probably the only form these episodes will ever be released in. Yet, we won't ever be able to see certain parts of some episodes. Sad.
On a lighter note, I recently had the opportunity to see the Happy Days house when I was in Hollywood. Of course this was just used for the exterior shots, but it hasn't changed much. If you're ever out there and you're interested in seeing it, it's easy to find. I can't give you the house address here (especially since people actually live there) but it's easy to research on the internet.
13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The music is all there! Oct. 14 2007
By P. Brown - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
I was suprised to see that the music was all there, even though the back of the box says that the music has been changed. Not as good as the first 2 seasons because they filmed before a live audience, but it's still early Happy Days!
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The music is there! Dec 1 2007
By Michael Parker - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
After going through favorite episodes on all four discs, I can tell you the original music is there. It's a great season to begin with and having the original music makes this a fantastic release. There's music on this set that isn't even on the sydicated version of the show. A must own for any Happy Days fan.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Better than expected June 1 2008
By J. Potter - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
I never write reviews or participate in leaving comments but i was compelled to considering i waited so long to buy the happy days 3 seasons available because of the negatives everyone mentions , and yes the seasons 2 & 3 are packaged differently from season 1 and apparantly
the fans that know the episodes well notice a scene edited here or there and certain music couldnt be used because of the expense to paramount but now that currently 45 bucks buys all 3 new with free shipping i would recommend these. I know dvd sets can be made much nicer with better packaging and extras like bloopers , commentery & interviews and its good to know ahead to expect all your gonna get are the episodes but they are clean, great quality , and have nice menus, also just the fact that you get the full picture without all the logos and junk you get if you record the shows off tv. I would hope they get season 4 released soon and I want to add now in recent years nick at nite has self destructed & tv land has ventured into reality tv giving replacement to the great classics like happy days and well on its way to becoming another channal to flip past making the great tv series dvds more important now than ever before. I recommend these dvd's even with the negatives that are true but holding out for better dvds aint an option. life is short paramount...get em released !
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4.0 out of 5 stars "Sunday, Monday, Happy Days...." July 2 2012
By take403 - Published on Amazon.com
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This is the 3rd season, the one season when I became a fan of the show. I remember begging my mother to buy me a Fonzie T-shirt at the local store! Here, you have Fonzie (Henry Winkler) co-starring with Richie (Ron Howard), along with their buddies Ralph Malph (Donnie Most) and Potsie (Anson Williams) and sister Joanie (Erin Moran), mother Marion (Marion Ross) and father Howard (the late Tom Bosley). I had to dock it one star because the endings of Fonzie's New Friend and A Date With Fonzie are missing (I hope if this is ever released on Blu-Ray, the omission will be rectified, that and re-storing the music in Season 2 to its original). Also, the popular song "Happy Days" makes its debut at the opening (though it was used as background music and the ending theme as early as Season 1. Fonzie debuts his catchphrase "Aaaaay!," Ralph debuts his catchphrase "I still got it," Potsie is known as much by his singing abilities as his occasional dopey actions ("You're such a Potsie, Potsie!") and Richie debuts his theme song "I found my thri-i-ill on blueberry hi-i-ill!" and his sarcastic "Huh! Huh! Huh!" laugh.

In the opening episode, Fonzie Moves In, Fonzie rents out the room in the Cunninghams' garage and becomes a part of the family (though Howard naturally has his reservations). In Two Angry Men, Fonzie builds a roost for his pigeons on the roof and the roof caves, leaving Fonzie to sue Mr. Cunningham and Howard counter-sues (June Lockhart plays the judge). A Date With Fonzie marks the debut of characters Laverne (Penny Marshall) and Shirley (Cindy Williams), who would earn their own show later that season in 1976 ("'Laverne, you have a mouth like a sewer', I said. So she curls up her chubby little fist and BAM!" knocking down Richie who's just brought in refreshments). Bringing Up Spike features Fonzie's carbon copy nephew Spike (Danny Butch), who would later disappear without any references ("So Chachi, how's my other nephew Spike doing? He's got a homecoming date? Whoa!"). Fonz realizes the need to be a father figure after Spike is the accessory of a crime. Potsie plays Richie in The Other Richie Cunningham, when Howard forces Richard to take out a client's daughter, though Richie already has a date (and Potsie's not much a gentleman and gets the real Richie in trouble!). Richie tries to stand up to 2 bullies in Richie Fights Back ("Don't ever grab me again!"). In The Motorcycle, Ralph accidentally totals Fonzie's bike and must face the wrath of the Fonz! Fearless Fonzarelli features (as well as Pat Morita's debut as the lovable Arnold) the Fonz riding his motorcycle over a series of garbage cans (a 2-part episode, the ending of the 1st part features the Fonz getting ready to jump (not the shark- yet!). Fonzie's New Friend features an African American named Sticks (John Anthony-Bailey) and the town just isn't ready for him. Arnold's Wedding features Arnold getting married to a young Asian lady who gets cold feet (and Fonzie has cold feet about being the best man). Joanie develops a crush on Potsie after he croons "Put Your Head On My Shoulder" to her ("Things'll be different when I'm 22 and you're 19," Potsie politely tells Joanie). Howard's 45th Fiasco shows a self-conscious Howard fearing getting old. In Tell It To The Marine, Ralph gets turned down and considers enlisting in the Marines (with the Fonz's encouragement) and it's up to the Fonz to talk him out of it ("I admit I was r-r-r-r..."- the opposite of right, a word the Fonz has trouble saying). In Jailhouse Rock, Officer Kirk (Ed Peck) lays down the new curfew and when Richie and his friends are locked inside Arnold's past 10pm, he arrests them all on the spot (along with Howard for wearing a silly Leopard skin cap). But in Fonzie The Flatfoot, Kirk pardons Howard's numerous parking tickets and approves a parking area on the condition the Fonz serve duty to break up a rumble (Richie does a brief imitation of the Fonz, much to Fonzie's chagrin). In A Sight For Sore Eyes, Fonzie learns he needs glasses (and Potsie is nominated for King Fool and Richie, while away in Chicago, meets a nice Texan belle, also Jack Dodson plays Ralph's father, who's an optometrist). Fonzie tries getting a new job after his job as a mechanic requires a crewcut from his new boss (Dick Van Patten makes a guest appearance). In Three On A Porch, Richie, Potsie and Ralph pretend they're older so they can reserve a place at Uncle Tom's Cabin for Spring break (Richie's "older" voice is a scream, as are the accents of the 3 "Tunisians" who try to impress 3 beautiful women they share the porch with). Marion enters a dance contest and Arthur (the Fonz, of course) willingly agrees to be her partner, leading to rumors, speculations and a swift boot from "Shortcake" Joanie!. Richie and his friends (and little Spike) try to get tickets they cannot afford to a football game, so they wind up babysitting a few kids at the Cunningham house in order to raise money. Fonzie attempts to sing in Fonzie The Superstar (he narrates rather than sings "Heartbreak Hotel"). In one of my favorite episodes, Beauty Contest, Richie, Potsie and Ralph host a faux beauty contest promising prizes they cannot afford to give, just so they can meet women! Potsie serenades the not-so-lucky "winner" with "The Most Beautiful Girl In The World." Finally, at The Second Anniversary Show, the gang hosts a surprise birthday party for the Fonz where they reminisce about past episodes.

So there you have it- one of the 1st seasons to make it big- aaayyyyy!

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