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Actor Tom Bosley, best known as Howard Cunningham, the genial patriarch on the s comedy series Happy Daysdied of heart failure on October 19,at a hospital near his Palm Springs home. At the time, the role of Howard Cunningham was played by Harold Gould. But before the series began, Gould opted to a play and the role went to Bosley, who earned a Primetime Emmy nomination for his performance in
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Tom Bosley, who played mild-mannered father Howard Cunningham in the sitcom Happy Days has died at the age of Bosley, who had been fighting an infection, passed away at his home in Palm Springs, California. The actor, who had also been battling lung cancer, appeared in Happy Days for ten years, between and
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Post a Comment. Thursday, October 21, Losing Tom Bosley. It's a bad week for TV sitcom icons.
Ron Howard: No, unless you count all of the fishing scenes where the prop man had to wade in and put a catfish on the line. That was Franklin Canyon and we were only allowed to put two fish a day in, because it was actually the drinking water for Hollywood. And on the opening-credit scene shoot, I was only allowed to throw two rocks in the water for the same reason.
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