We watched his shows on TV, went to his movies, RIP.
That’s too bad, he seemed like “one of the good ones”. My friend met him on set one time and they hit it off. She told me he gave her a bunch of good advice as far as avoiding the pitfalls and “snakes” in the industry, and made himself available whenever she needed advice.
A lovely memory, he did seem genuine.
I like to hear stories like that!
Couldn’t believe the guy was 81. Then again, Happy Days started well over 40 years ago so…
We all get old too fast.
I want a do-over!
No do-overs for me. But I wouldn’t mind going back for an occasional visit.
“Bring out the orbital sander!”
We grow too soon old and too late smart.