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The Top 15 TV Theme Songs
Stefanie Lee

From Gilligan's Island to Friends to -- these are the TV tunes that keep your toes tappin'!

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Producer Garry Marshall is creating a stage musical based on his popular Happy Days series. The live show premieres in February in Los Angeles.
Aug 23, 2005
Happy Days are here again

TV mogul Garry Marshall, hoping audiences will have '70s nostalgia for his television series about '50s nostalgia, is prepping a musical based on Happy Days, his long-running sitcom that starred Ron Howard and Henry Winkler. The original series ran for 10 years.

Happy Days followed the exploits of Richie Cunningham, played by Howard, as he went through high school in 1950s suburbia. He was joined in his comedic adventures by his kid sister, Joanie; his best friends, Ralph Malph and Potsie; and the '50s hipster who boarded with the Cunningham family, Arthur Fonzarelli, aka The Fonz. The gang would often do the sock-hop down at Al's Place, the local soda joint.

Marshall also worked on the sitcoms The Odd Couple, The Dick Van Dyke Show, Laverne & Shirley, Mork & Mindy, and the Happy Days spinoff Joanie Loves Chachi. He also directed ...

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Legendary TV star Mary Tyler Moore will return to her original Studio City soundstage this fall when she guest-stars on three episodes of That '70s Show.
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Mary Tyler Moore on That '70s Show

That '70s Show--which is filmed on the same soundstage that was home to The Mary Tyler Moore Show--has hired Ms. Moore herself for a three-episode guest-starring role in its upcoming eighth season. The episodes will air sometime in early 2006, although exact dates have yet to be announced.

In a nod to Moore's sweet-as-pie Mary Tyler Moore Show character, she'll play Christine St. George, anchor of Point Place's daily news show, What's Up Wisconsin?. Christine, a regular patron of the hair salon where Fez works as a shampoo boy, charms her fans with a sugary persona that vanishes when the cameras stop rolling. When Jackie lands a job as Christine's personal assistant, she quickly discovers that Kitty's favorite local celebrity is far less agreeable than everyone thinks.

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Once Upon a Time... There's a New Show on CBS-TV called The Dick Van Dyke Show debuted on October 3, 1961 and fresh out of the pilot called "Head of the Family" in 1960 as part of "The Comedy Spot". On this Series, Set in New Rochelle, NY at home. The Show focus on Robert "Rob" Petrie is the husband and Father of 1 Child and the Head Writer of the mythical "THE ALAN BRADY SHOW" where his co-writers Maurice "Buddy" Sorrell & Sally Rogers. Buddy Sorrell is a Married Man and he's unflappable and also he can insult Mel Cooley. Sally Rogers is a Single Woman as she's looking for a Husband. Melvin "Mel" Cooley is the Brother-In-Law of the Star of the Show and the unseen wife and The Star of the Show is Alan Brady is egomaniac, arrogant, selfish, obnoxious and stubborn Boss of Rob, Sally & Buddy in New York City. At Home, There's Laura Meeker Petrie is a Sensitive but Nervous and absolute Sexy Wife and Mother of 1 Child when she knows, sees and hears about goings-on of Rob's follies and non-sensible activities. The Child is Richard R. "Richie" Petrie is the 1 and Only Child of Rob & Laura happens to be their own son as he's being obedient and an habit of trouble and very loud when he gets into havoc of his wild fantasies and mischievous schemes and finally The Helpers lived across the street where Millie & Jerry Helper are helping out. Stories relates the trials and tribulations of the Petries, the Helpers and the Writing Staff of "THE ALAN BRADY SHOW". On September 7, 1966 THE DICK VAN DYKE SHOW is hot on CBS-TV when its Cancelled. The Daytime Edition of the show aired reruns from August 1965 to September 1969. Syndicated from 1969 to 1991. From September 1991 to September 1998, Nick-at-Nite aired the show and in 1997, TV LAND airs the show. In 2004 CBS-TV and TV LAND airs the true last episode of the show. -------------- NIELSEN RATINGS (Top 30 or Better) No Ranking in the 1961-1962 Season No. 9 in the 1962-1963 Season No. 3 in the 1963-1964 Season No. 7 in the 1964-1965 Season No. 16 in the 1965-1966 Season No. 12 in the 1965-1966 Season (Daytime) No. 11 in the 1966-1967 Season (Daytime) No. 18 in the 1967-1968 Season (Daytime) No Ranking in the 1968-1969 Season (Daytime) __________ THE BROADCAST HISTORY of The Dick Van Dyke Show October 3, 1961-December 26, 1961 Tuesdays at 8:00-8:30pm January 3, 1962-September 16, 1964 Wednesdays at 9:30-10:00pm September 23, 1964-September 8, 1965 Wednesdays at 9:00-9:30pm September 15, 1965-September 7, 1966 Wednesdays at 9:30-10:00pm on CBS-TV Nighttime. August 2-13, 1965 Monday-Friday at 7:30-8:00am on CBS-TV August 16, 1965-September 2, 1966 Monday-Friday at 11:00-11:30am on CBS-TV September 5, 1966-September 5, 1969 Monday-Friday at 11:30am-12Noon on CBS-TV Daytime.moreless