Happy Days (1974–1984)
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The Graduation: Part 1 

Marion Cunningham is forced to reveal Fonzie's secret plan to graduate with Richie's senior class just before Principal Conners' startling announcement at the high school prom that puts the graduation ceremony itself in jeopardy.

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Richie Cunningham
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Arthur 'Fonzie' Fonzarelli
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Marion Cunningham
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Potsie Weber
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Ralph Malph (as Donny Most)
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Joanie Cunningham
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Howard Cunningham
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Al Delvecchio
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Mr. Conners
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Teacher
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Michelle
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Arlene
Lynda Goodfriend ...
Kim
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sally Hightower ...
Sylvia
Cynthia Windham ...
Teen student
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Marion Cunningham is forced to reveal Fonzie's secret plan to graduate with Richie's senior class just before Principal Conners' startling announcement at the high school prom that puts the graduation ceremony itself in jeopardy.

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Comedy | Family | Music

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8 February 1977 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?

Trivia

Series writer Garry Marshall has a cameo as the drummer at the Graduation dance. See more »

Goofs

Ralph got his date's "corsage" by pulling it out of the ground in his father's back yard. The "corsage" is a Bird of Paradise flower. Birds of Paradise are tropical plants and could not survive and grow in the cold temperatures of Milwaukee. See more »

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Written by Charles Fox & Norman Gimbel
Sung by Anson Williams
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