Actor Henry Winkler, left, poses with his sons Max Winkler, second left, and Jed Weitzman as they stand with a bronze statue of the "Happy Days" character Arthur Fonzarelli, also known as "The Fonz," at an unveiling, Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2008, in Milwaukee. The program, which ran from 1974-1984, was based in Milwaukee.
Actor Henry Winkler, left, poses with his sons Max Winkler, second left, and Jed Weitzman as they stand with a bronze statue of the "Happy Days" character Arthur Fonzarelli, also known as "The Fonz," at an unveiling, Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2008, in Milwaukee. The program, which ran from 1974-1984, was based in Milwaukee. Carrie Antlfinger AP
Actor Henry Winkler, left, poses with his sons Max Winkler, second left, and Jed Weitzman as they stand with a bronze statue of the "Happy Days" character Arthur Fonzarelli, also known as "The Fonz," at an unveiling, Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2008, in Milwaukee. The program, which ran from 1974-1984, was based in Milwaukee. Carrie Antlfinger AP

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