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The Resource Happy days, The second season, created by Garry Marshall ; produced by William S. Bickley ; Paramount Pictures Corporation, in association with Miller-Milkis Productions, Inc, (VIDEORECORDING)

Happy days, The second season, created by Garry Marshall ; produced by William S. Bickley ; Paramount Pictures Corporation, in association with Miller-Milkis Productions, Inc, (VIDEORECORDING)

Label
Happy days, The second season
Title
Happy days
Title number
The second season
Statement of responsibility
created by Garry Marshall ; produced by William S. Bickley ; Paramount Pictures Corporation, in association with Miller-Milkis Productions, Inc
Creator
Contributor
Actor
Creator
Director
Producer
Production company
Screenwriter
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • eng
  • eng
Summary
"The gang from the top-rated sitcom is back for more 1950's fun -- Richie Cunningham, his parents Howard and Marion, his buddies Ralph and Potsie, and the coolest greaser, Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli. Join Richie and his friends for more rockin' adventures as they grow into young adulthood."--Container
Cataloging source
TEFMT
Characteristic
videorecording
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Happy days (Television program)
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U7tI_7gXvC8
Credits note
Directed by Jerry Paris except as otherwise indicated ; director of photography, Richard A. Kelly ; art director, Monty Elliott ; editor, Jerry Dronsky, except: Robert L. Swanson (episode 9), Robert Kern, Jr. (episodes 13, 17), Norman Wallerstein (episodes 14, 24), George Rohrs (episode 22) ; music, Pete King
Dewey number
791.45/75
Intended audience
Rating: Not rated
Language note
In English; closed-captioned
PerformerNote
Ron Howard, Tom Bosely, Marion Ross, Erin Moran, Donny Most, Anson Williams, Henry Winkler
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1947-
  • 1925-1996
  • 1925-2006
  • 1934-2012
  • 1948-
  • 1914-1984
  • 1932-
  • 1938-
  • 1939-
  • 1925-1986
  • 1925-1985
  • 1954-
  • 1945-
  • 1928-
  • 1960-2017
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  • Marshall, Garry
  • Bickley, William
  • Joelson, Ben
  • Baer, Art
  • Brunner, Bob
  • Leeson, Michael
  • Mishkin, Phil
  • Rose, Mickey
  • Ketchum, Dave
  • Shelly, Bruce
  • Bensfield, Dick
  • Grant, Perry
  • Rannow, Jerry
  • Strangis, Greg
  • Boswell, Bobby
  • Idelson, Billy
  • James, Bill
  • Rothman, Mark
  • Ganz, Lowell
  • Weinberger, Michael
  • Ritz, James
  • Garver, Lloyd
  • Hecht, Ken
  • Friedman, Ron
  • Lichtman, Paul
  • Storm, Howard
  • Paris, Jerry
  • London, Jerry
  • Wallerstein, Herb
  • Buxton, Frank
  • Tyne, George
  • Howard, Ron
  • Winkler, Henry
  • Bosley, Tom
  • Ross, Marion
  • Moran, Erin
  • Most, Donny
  • Williams, Anson
  • King, Pete
  • Paramount Pictures Corporation
  • Miller-Milkis Productions
  • CBS DVD (Firm)
  • Paramount Home Entertainment (Firm)
Runtime
576
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  • High school students
  • Drive-in restaurants
  • Friendship
  • Families
  • Nineteen fifties
Technique
live action
Label
Happy days, The second season, created by Garry Marshall ; produced by William S. Bickley ; Paramount Pictures Corporation, in association with Miller-Milkis Productions, Inc, (VIDEORECORDING)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Title from container
  • "Music has been changed for this Home Entertainment version"--Container
  • Originally broadcast on television as individual episodes, 1974-1975
Carrier category
videodisc
Carrier category code
vd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Configuration of playback channels
monaural
Content category
two-dimensional moving image
Content type code
tdi
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • written by Phil Mishkin ; directed by Jerry London
  • R.O.T.C.
  • written by Mickey Rose
  • Haunted
  • written by David Ketchum & Bruce Shelly; directed by Garry Marshall
  • disc 1:
  • Richie moves out
  • written by Ben Joelson and Art Baer
  • Richie's car
  • written by Bob Brunner & Michael Leeson
  • Who's sorry now?
  • written by Michael Leeson
  • You go to my head
  • written by Bobby Boswell
  • Guess who's coming to Christmas
  • written by Bill Idelson ; directed by Frank Buxton
  • Open house
  • written by Bill James
  • disc 2:
  • Wish upon a star
  • written by Dick Bensfield & Perry Grant ; directed by Herb Wallerstein
  • Not with my sister, you don't
  • written by Dick Bensfield & Perry Grant
  • Big money
  • written by Jerry Rannow & Greg Strangis
  • A star is bored
  • written by Ron Friedman
  • The Howdy Doody show
  • written by Bob Brunner
  • Get a job
  • written by Bill Idelson
  • disc 3:
  • Fonzie's getting married
  • written by Mark Rothman & Lowell Ganz
  • The Cunningham caper
  • written by Michael Weinberger & James Ritz ; directed by George Tyne
  • The not making of the President
  • written by Lloyd Garver & Ken Hecht
  • Cruisin'
  • teleplay by James Ritz & Michael Weinberger ; story by Paul Lichtman & Howard Storm ; directed by George Tyne
  • Goin' to Chicago
  • written by Frank Buxton ; directed by George Tyne
  • disc 4:
  • Fonzie joins the band
  • written by Ben Joelson and Art Baer ; directed by Frank Buxton
  • Fish and the Fins
  • written by Phil Mishkin
  • Richie's flip side
  • written by Greg Strangis & Jerry Rannow ; directed by Herb Wallerstein
  • Kiss me sickly
  • disc 1. Richie moves out (Hoping for more privacy, Richie moves out of the Cunningham home to share an apartment with his brother.) -- Richie's car (Fonzie comes up with just the car for Richie, a hot rod named "Love Bandit," which turns out to be hot in more ways than one.) -- Who's sorry now? (An old girlfriend returns to Jefferson High after three years and Richie suddenly finds, to his own amazement, that he's going steady with her again.) -- You go to my head (Richie's fears get the best of him while he's reading a book on abnormal psychology and it drives him to secretly see a psychiatrist.) -- R.O.T.C. (When Richie is chosen to be R.O.T.C. squad leader, he must decide if it's more effective to have his men love him or hate him.) -- Haunted (Richie fights his fears over attending a Halloween party at a haunted house where he believes he saw a headless ghost.)
  • disc 2. Wish upon a star (Richie is the envy of Jefferson High when he wins a date to escort Hollywood starlet Cindy Shea to the school's victory dance.) -- Not with my sister, you don't (Richie's surprise over little sister Joanie's first real date turns to shock when he learns it's with Spike, a pint-sized replica of his Uncle Fonzie.) -- Big money (Richie is the lucky audience member selected to become a contestant on a popular game show with a chance to win $3,200.) -- A star is bored (When Richie's church baseball team loses every game, he organizes a fundraiser to buy uniforms with a performance of "Hamlet.") -- Guess who's coming to Christmas (The Cunningham family plans a quiet, old-fashioned family Christmas until Richie discovers Fonzie faces a lonely holiday.) -- Open house (Over the protests of Richie, whose parents are out of town, Potsie invites three stranded beauty pageant contestants to spend the night.)
  • disc 3. Fonzie's getting married (Fonzie introduces his new fiancée to the Cunninghams, but Richie's father remembers meeting her before, under unusual circumstances.) -- The Cunningham caper (When Richie is left home alone, bored and sick with the flu, a visit by Fonzie, Potsie, Ralph and a burglar creates pandemonium.) -- The not making of the President (Election time becomes complicated for Richie when he gets a crush on a girl campaigning for Adlai Stevenson. His dad's an avid Ike booster.) -- Cruisin' (Fonzie must save the day when Richie, Potsie and Ralph leave town to meet some girls and get into trouble when the girls' boyfriends show up.) -- The Howdy Doody Show (When Richie interviews Buffalo Bob Smith and Howdy Doody for his school newspaper, he gets an exclusive picture of Clarabell without makeup.) -- Get a job (It's a new experience for Richie when he becomes romantically attracted to an "older woman.")
  • disc 4. Fonzie joins the band (Rifts as well as riffs result when Fonzie takes up the bongos for the first time to play with Richie's band at an important country club dance.) -- Fish and the fins (Special guests Flash Cadillac and The Continental Kids make their television acting debut in this episode, appearing as a rock group called "Fish and the Fins.") -- Richie's flip slide (Richie gets his own radio show as a teenage disc jockey and irritates his friends with his new rock 'n' roll image.) -- Kiss me sickly (When Fonzie goes out of town for a week, he asks Richie to keep an eye on his girlfriend for him.) -- Goin' to Chicago (Richie, Potsie and Ralph take Chicago by storm, and forget to bring their umbrellas.)
Control code
ocn122257772
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Dimensions
other
Extent
4 videodiscs (576 min.)
Isbn
9781415706831
Media category
video
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
v
Medium for sound
videodisc
Other physical details
sound, color
Publisher number
06986
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
System control number
(OCoLC)122257772
System details
DVD, NTSC, region 1; full screen format; Dolby Digital restored English mono
Video recording format
DVD
Label
Happy days, The second season, created by Garry Marshall ; produced by William S. Bickley ; Paramount Pictures Corporation, in association with Miller-Milkis Productions, Inc, (VIDEORECORDING)
Publication
Note
  • Title from container
  • "Music has been changed for this Home Entertainment version"--Container
  • Originally broadcast on television as individual episodes, 1974-1975
Carrier category
videodisc
Carrier category code
vd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Configuration of playback channels
monaural
Content category
two-dimensional moving image
Content type code
tdi
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • written by Phil Mishkin ; directed by Jerry London
  • R.O.T.C.
  • written by Mickey Rose
  • Haunted
  • written by David Ketchum & Bruce Shelly; directed by Garry Marshall
  • disc 1:
  • Richie moves out
  • written by Ben Joelson and Art Baer
  • Richie's car
  • written by Bob Brunner & Michael Leeson
  • Who's sorry now?
  • written by Michael Leeson
  • You go to my head
  • written by Bobby Boswell
  • Guess who's coming to Christmas
  • written by Bill Idelson ; directed by Frank Buxton
  • Open house
  • written by Bill James
  • disc 2:
  • Wish upon a star
  • written by Dick Bensfield & Perry Grant ; directed by Herb Wallerstein
  • Not with my sister, you don't
  • written by Dick Bensfield & Perry Grant
  • Big money
  • written by Jerry Rannow & Greg Strangis
  • A star is bored
  • written by Ron Friedman
  • The Howdy Doody show
  • written by Bob Brunner
  • Get a job
  • written by Bill Idelson
  • disc 3:
  • Fonzie's getting married
  • written by Mark Rothman & Lowell Ganz
  • The Cunningham caper
  • written by Michael Weinberger & James Ritz ; directed by George Tyne
  • The not making of the President
  • written by Lloyd Garver & Ken Hecht
  • Cruisin'
  • teleplay by James Ritz & Michael Weinberger ; story by Paul Lichtman & Howard Storm ; directed by George Tyne
  • Goin' to Chicago
  • written by Frank Buxton ; directed by George Tyne
  • disc 4:
  • Fonzie joins the band
  • written by Ben Joelson and Art Baer ; directed by Frank Buxton
  • Fish and the Fins
  • written by Phil Mishkin
  • Richie's flip side
  • written by Greg Strangis & Jerry Rannow ; directed by Herb Wallerstein
  • Kiss me sickly
  • disc 1. Richie moves out (Hoping for more privacy, Richie moves out of the Cunningham home to share an apartment with his brother.) -- Richie's car (Fonzie comes up with just the car for Richie, a hot rod named "Love Bandit," which turns out to be hot in more ways than one.) -- Who's sorry now? (An old girlfriend returns to Jefferson High after three years and Richie suddenly finds, to his own amazement, that he's going steady with her again.) -- You go to my head (Richie's fears get the best of him while he's reading a book on abnormal psychology and it drives him to secretly see a psychiatrist.) -- R.O.T.C. (When Richie is chosen to be R.O.T.C. squad leader, he must decide if it's more effective to have his men love him or hate him.) -- Haunted (Richie fights his fears over attending a Halloween party at a haunted house where he believes he saw a headless ghost.)
  • disc 2. Wish upon a star (Richie is the envy of Jefferson High when he wins a date to escort Hollywood starlet Cindy Shea to the school's victory dance.) -- Not with my sister, you don't (Richie's surprise over little sister Joanie's first real date turns to shock when he learns it's with Spike, a pint-sized replica of his Uncle Fonzie.) -- Big money (Richie is the lucky audience member selected to become a contestant on a popular game show with a chance to win $3,200.) -- A star is bored (When Richie's church baseball team loses every game, he organizes a fundraiser to buy uniforms with a performance of "Hamlet.") -- Guess who's coming to Christmas (The Cunningham family plans a quiet, old-fashioned family Christmas until Richie discovers Fonzie faces a lonely holiday.) -- Open house (Over the protests of Richie, whose parents are out of town, Potsie invites three stranded beauty pageant contestants to spend the night.)
  • disc 3. Fonzie's getting married (Fonzie introduces his new fiancée to the Cunninghams, but Richie's father remembers meeting her before, under unusual circumstances.) -- The Cunningham caper (When Richie is left home alone, bored and sick with the flu, a visit by Fonzie, Potsie, Ralph and a burglar creates pandemonium.) -- The not making of the President (Election time becomes complicated for Richie when he gets a crush on a girl campaigning for Adlai Stevenson. His dad's an avid Ike booster.) -- Cruisin' (Fonzie must save the day when Richie, Potsie and Ralph leave town to meet some girls and get into trouble when the girls' boyfriends show up.) -- The Howdy Doody Show (When Richie interviews Buffalo Bob Smith and Howdy Doody for his school newspaper, he gets an exclusive picture of Clarabell without makeup.) -- Get a job (It's a new experience for Richie when he becomes romantically attracted to an "older woman.")
  • disc 4. Fonzie joins the band (Rifts as well as riffs result when Fonzie takes up the bongos for the first time to play with Richie's band at an important country club dance.) -- Fish and the fins (Special guests Flash Cadillac and The Continental Kids make their television acting debut in this episode, appearing as a rock group called "Fish and the Fins.") -- Richie's flip slide (Richie gets his own radio show as a teenage disc jockey and irritates his friends with his new rock 'n' roll image.) -- Kiss me sickly (When Fonzie goes out of town for a week, he asks Richie to keep an eye on his girlfriend for him.) -- Goin' to Chicago (Richie, Potsie and Ralph take Chicago by storm, and forget to bring their umbrellas.)
Control code
ocn122257772
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Dimensions
other
Extent
4 videodiscs (576 min.)
Isbn
9781415706831
Media category
video
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
v
Medium for sound
videodisc
Other physical details
sound, color
Publisher number
06986
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
System control number
(OCoLC)122257772
System details
DVD, NTSC, region 1; full screen format; Dolby Digital restored English mono
Video recording format
DVD

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