Seems everyone these days is giving the thumbs-up, no matter the circumstances. Edward Kennedy, D. Hillary Clinton, D.
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He is remarkably tolerant of a never ending stream of selfies. Unfortunately, he will not be able to sign autographs. Seeing the statue was great, however, it took 30 minutes to find a parking spot within a half mile of the site.
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It turned out better than we could have imagined. The photo has gone wildly viral for obvious reasons, getting nearly 3 million views since it was posted to Reddit on Wednesday. All rights reserved.
An entire generation will remember the leather-jacketed, bequiffed Arthur Herbert Fonzarelli in Happy Days. But few would know that one of the most famous catchphrases in seventies television history was created to hide the crippling undiagnosed dyslexia with which Fonz star Henry Winkler was struggling. Learning lines and reading scripts was a nightmare for the actor, until he came up with a coping mechanism. Happy Days: The show ran for ten years, making Henry Winkler a global phenomenon, but behind the cheery facade lay crippling insecurity.
The statue shows the Fonz smiling and giving his signature two thumbs up. Bronze Fonz is unveiled Metro. Most of the cast was on hand.
The Bronze Fonz turns 5 on Monday, and no one has enjoyed the metallic mascot on Milwaukee's riverfront more than the man who brought the TV character to life. The last picture I got was a Victoria's Secret model giving me a hug. That was not a bad day," Henry Winkler said when I reached him by phone at his home in southern California. You cannot be blase about that, no matter how much time goes by.