TV Series | TV-G | | Comedy, Family, Music
The Cunningham family live through the 1950s with help and guidance from the lovable and almost superhuman greaser, Fonzie.
At the height of the show's popularity, a call came through to Paramount Studios, from a teen-aged boy who was contemplating suicide, and "wanted to talk to Fonzie". Henry Winkler took the call, and gave the boy a pep-talk about life, convincing him to give it ... ...
Release the doves!
Many of social stances and character beliefs expressed on the program represent the 1970s/1980s filming dates of the series, rather than its 1950s/1960s setting of the series. This includes a noticeable lack of racial prejudice in later episodes, women being viewed as equals and no one expressing anti-gay sentiments.
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