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    "Happy Days" Cast Signed Contracts. Offered here is a complete set of original contracts from the key stars of the hit '70s television series "Happy Days." The first is a General Release from February 24, 1976, signed by the Fonz himself, Henry Winkler. The next is from October, 1985, signed by Tom Bosley. Then there's an agreement between Donny Most and Aaron Spelling. Next is an agreement between Marion Ross and Aaron Spelling Productions, followed by a three-year contract between Anson Williams and the Abrams, Rubaloff & Lawrence Talent Agency. Finally, there's a Loanout Ratification and Inducement Letter between Krofft Entertainment and Ron Howard. Each document is signed by the respective performer and dated. A great set. With COA from PSA/DNA.

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    April, 2005
    21st-22nd Thursday-Friday
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