LOS ANGELES - The television sit-com Happy Days which was set in the 50s ran from 1974 to 1984, and in that time everyone on the Happy Days Show was happy. But oh how things have changed.
According to reports which appeared in The Cucamonga Chit Chat Chronicle several of the shows cast members have filed a class action lawsuit claiming that they have not received one thin dime or even one red cent from the sale of Happy Days Lunch Boxes.
The "Unhappy" former cast members who are named as plaintiffs in the class action lawsuit include Patricia Bosley, widow of Tom Bosley (Mr. Cunningham), Marion Ross (Mrs. Cunningham), Anson Williams (Potsie Weber), Donny Most (Ralph Malph), Erin Moran (Joanie Cunningham), and Scott Baio (Chachi Arcola).
Fuchsia Garfunkel, the reporter with 4C, which broke the story, stated that the shows two biggest stars Ron Howard (Richie Cunningham) and Henry Winkler (Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli) are not participating in the class action Happy Days Lunch Box lawsuit because as they both noted, "We're both very, very rich and we do not need any lunch box money, thank you."
The producers of Happy Days are represented by the law firm of Dwellmeister, Doublekiss, Howldrifter, & McUtensil.
The Happy Days cast is represented by Bubby Fubblefite.
The Cucamonga Chit Chat Chronicle will stay on top of this television lunch box merchandising class action lawsuit and bring you any developments once they are made public or even if they aren't and we just happen to get them from some unnamed, reliable, inside source.