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Passages: Part 2 ()


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Joanie primps and Chachi nervously paces as their family and friends gather on their wedding day, while Fonzie and Howard try to convince a by-the-book adoption administrator that some rules are meant to be broken.

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Arthur 'Fonzie' Fonzarelli
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Marion Cunningham
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Chachi Arcola
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Joanie Cunningham
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Potsie Weber (archiveFootage)
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Roger Phillips
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Howard Cunningham
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Richie Cunningham
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Al Delvecchio
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Louisa Arcola
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Jenny Piccalo
Lynda Goodfriend ...
Lori Beth Allen
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Grandma Nussbaum
Harris Kal ...
Bobby
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Tommy (as Kevin Sullivan)
Dan Ponce ...
Danny (as Danny Ponce)
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Doris Charles
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Mr. Hillary
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Judy
Tom Silardi ...
Tony
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Ralph Malph (archiveFootage)

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Jerry Paris

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Garry Marshall ... (created by) (creator) (as Garry K. Marshall)
 
William Bickley ... (written by)
 
Fred Fox Jr. ... (written by)
 
Brian Levant ... (written by)
 
Michael Warren ... (written by)

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Richard Correll ... associate producer
Fred Fox Jr. ... supervising producer
Ronny Hallin ... producer
Brian Levant ... supervising producer
Garry Marshall ... executive producer
Edward K. Milkis ... executive producer
Thomas L. Miller ... executive producer

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Dan Foliart
Howard Pearl

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Robert G. Hager

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Ed Cotter

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Bobby Hoffman

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Herman F. Zimmerman ... (as Herman Zimmerman)

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Anthony D. Nealis

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Shirley Gilbert ... hair stylist
Bruce Hutchinson ... makeup artist
Dana Nye ... makeup artist

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Henry J. Lange Jr. ... unit production manager

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Merri D. Howard ... second assistant director (as Merri Howard-Gorrin)
Harriette Regan ... first assistant director (as Harriette Ames-Regan)

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Jim Ford ... sound mixer
Doug Gray ... sound editor

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Oda Groeschel ... costumer: women
Mickey Sherrard ... costumer: men

Music Department

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Charles Fox ... composer: theme music
Norman Gimbel ... lyricist: theme music
Stephen M. Rowe ... music editor

Script and Continuity Department

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William Bickley ... executive script consultant
Sandy Nelson ... script supervisor
Michael Warren ... executive script consultant

Transportation Department

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Robert Elsey ... transportation coordinator

Additional Crew

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John B. Collins ... program consultant (as John Collins)
Richard Gurman ... story editor
Judy Hallin ... assistant to associate producer
Milt Josefsberg ... executive consultant
Anthony W. Marshall ... production executive (as Tony Marshall)
Phil Perez ... technical coordinator
Paula A. Roth ... executive story consultant
Nancy Steen ... story editor
Neil Thompson ... story editor

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  • Passages: Part 2 (United States)
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Ron Howard and Don Most after three years of absence returned as their characters in the Welcome Home two-parter. However, while Most left permanently after that, Howard got to appear one last time in Passages: Part 2. See more »
Soundtracks Happy Days See more »
Quotes Howard Cunningham: [in the final scene, Howard proposes a toast] Well, what can I say? Both of our children are married now and they're starting out to build lives of their own. And I guess when you reach a milestone like this you have to have to reflect back on, on what you've done and, and what you've accomplished. Marion and I have not climbed Mount Everest or written a great American novel. But we've had the joy of raising two wonderful kids, and watching them and their friends grow up into loving adults. And now, we're gonna have the pleasure of watching them pass that love on to their children. And I guess no man or woman could ask for anything more. So thank you all for being, part of our family... To happy days.
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