Nothing lasts forever
Jan 15, 2018 8:58 PM - 433 Views
Nothing lasts forever and with Erin Moran and Tom Bosley gone, this ’29 pickup will end up outliving the cast.
And now you have a chance to own it. It will cross the block in at Mecum’s Auction in Kissimmee, Florida this weekend. It is estimated to bring $150,000.00.
According to Mecum, “Donny Most, better known perhaps as Ralph Malph in the hit TV series “Happy Days,” was the comedian on the show, always looking to make someone smile or forget their problems.
The show was initially called “Love and the Television Set,” an unsold story filmed in 1972 starring Ron Howard, Marion Ross and Anson Williams, which was later syndicated under the title “Love and the Happy Days” for the ABC anthology “Love American Style.”
George Lucas, who liked the plot idea, cast Ron Howard in his hit 1973 film “American Graffiti,” which was so popular, ABC took a closer look at the show idea and in January of 1974, debuted “Happy Days.”
The show wasn’t expected to do as well as it did, but the stellar cast and crew integrated various subtle ideas until they had the No. 1 television show in America from 1976-77.
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