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Fans React to ‘Happy Days’ Cast Reunion 35 Years after Finale

Ra'eesah Manack
Nov 18, 2019
07:20 A.M.
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The "Happy Days" cast is finally reunited again! on Howard, Don Most, Anson Williams and Marion Ross got together again 35 years after the show ended.

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The stars of one of the most iconic sitcoms to air on the small screen, "Happy Days" were reunited by Henry Winkler. The cast gathered to honor their late director with a fundraiser at the Gary Marshall Theatre in Burbank, California.

Ron Howard, Don Most, Anson Williams and Marion Ross joined Winkler to reminisce. The cast spent time looking back nearly 35 years after the series finale on the ABC network.

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Don Most and Ron Howard both took to Instagram to share pictures of the reunion. Don took to the caption to write:

"Great being with Ron, Anson, Henry and Marion last night. We were being honored at The Garry Marshall Theater Gala."

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Ron on the other hand simply divulged more information about the reason behind the reunion of the cast in his post. He wrote:

"back stage before an event honoring #GarryMarshal to support his theater in #Toluca Lake."

A fan comment on Don's post | Instagram; @donmost1

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Fans were excited to see their favorite childhood stars together again. Ron's post even got over thirty thousand likes and many comments including one fan writing:

"Holy crap!!!! Ron got the band back together!! My childhood remembered!!"

Another fan comment on Don's post | Instagram: @donmost1

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Gary Marshall initially created the family sitcom "Happy Days." The show first aired on January 15, 1974, and ended on September 24, 1984.

The show was so popular, some of the famous characters on the show earned their own spin-offs. Some of the spinoffs included Mork & Mindy and Laverne & Shirley.

Another fan comment this time on Ron's post | Instagram: @realronhoward

The acclaimed director also famously made "Beaches," "The Princess Diaries" and "Pretty Woman." He died in July 2016 following complications from pneumonia.

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