HENRY "THE FONZ" WINKLER - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED CIRCA 2002 - HFSID 270302
HENRY WINKLER Henry Winkler sends an autograph note to Phyllis Diller of thanks for appearing on his show Hollywood Squares. Autograph Note signed: "Henry", 3½x7½ card. No place, no date. On letterhead of Hollywood Squares to actress/comedienne Phyllis Diller.
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Henry Winkler sends an autograph note to Phyllis Diller of thanks for appearing on his show Hollywood Squares.
Autograph Note signed: "Henry", 3½x7½ card. No place, no date. On letterhead of Hollywood Squares to actress/comedienne Phyllis Diller. In full: "Ditto! You were so wonderful on the show. Thank you!/xxxxxx/ooooo". Fine condition. Accompanied by Autograph Envelope signed: "Winkler" in return address on flap. On 9½x4 envelope with printed address of Fair Dinkum Productions, postmarked October 6, 2002, Winkler has handwritten Diller's address and marked the envelope "Personal!" Neatly opened at top edge. Fine condition. On October 30, 1973 his 28th birthday, Henry Winkler (born in 1945) joined the popular sitcom Happy Days as Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli. Although his character was never meant to be the star of the show, kids of all ages soon were imitating his leather-jacketed greaser with his trademark "Aaaay!" Both before and since Happy Days completed its run (1974-1984) on ABC, Winkler appeared several feature films, including Heroes (1977), Night Shift (1982) and Scream (1996). Winkler has also appeared in a long list of TV series, from Mary Tyler Moore (1973) to a recurring role as Barry Zuckerhorn on Arrested Development (2003-2005). He returned to headline his own sitcom with Out of Practice, which debuted in September 2005. Winkler has also been a successful director, producer and executive producer. Winkler is the author of a popular series of children's books featuring "Hank Zipzer, the world's best underachiever." In 2002, Winkler became the executive producer of the long-running TV game show Hollywood Squares. Phyllis Diller, who made her first appearance on Hollywood Squares in 1976, appeared often in 2003-2004. Two items.
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