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DVD Review: 'Joanie Loves Chachi - The Complete Series Season 1 & 2'

February 11th, 2014 11:00am EST
DVD Review: 'Joanie Loves Chachi - The Complete Series Season 1
Ready to revisit the love? Then follow us as we check out the new to DVD classic series "Joanie Loves Chachi – The Complete Series Season 1 & 2" out now from CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Media Distribution. We see if the love is strong after all these years below!

Title: "Joanie Loves Chachi – The Complete Series Season 1 & 2"

Grade: 2

Cast: Scott Baio, Erin Moran, Ellen Travolta

Runtime: 410 minutes

Release Company: CBS Home Entertainment / Paramount

Website: www.paramount.com

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'Happy Days' Stars Lose Fraud Fight Against TV Producers

October 20th, 2011 8:17am EDT
Happy Days
A judge in California has thrown out a claim from Happy Days cast members who allege TV bosses committed fraud by failing to pay them for merchandising sales.

A number of the sitcom's stars, including Marion Ross, Anson Williams, Don Most, and Erin Moran, filed a $10 million lawsuit earlier this year, claiming CBS chiefs owed them money from sales of Happy Days-themed merchandise which features their images.

They were subsequently handed checks with values ranging from $6,000 to $6,500, but vowed to press ahead with their case. The group suffered a setback on Wednesday when Los Angeles ...
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'Happy Days' Stars Receive Payments From Royalties Case

July 21st, 2011 10:54am EDT
Happy Days
The cast members of Happy Days who are fighting for a share of merchandise proceeds from the hit show have received small payments from TV bosses.

A number of the sitcom's stars, including Marion Ross, Anson Williams, Don Most, and Erin Moran, have filed a $10 million lawsuit against bosses at CBS, alleging they are owed money from sales of Happy Days-themed merchandise which features their images.

The actors have now received checks from CBS, with values ranging from $6,000 to $6,500, and the group's lawyer, Jon Pfeiffer, reveals studio bosses "claimed that is the full payment for all ...
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CBS Fires Back Over 'Happy Days' Lawsuit

June 27th, 2011 9:22am EDT
Happy Days
TV bosses at CBS have fired back at the stars of "Happy Days" after they sued the company for breach of contract, insisting the castmates don't have a case.

Attorney Jon Pfeiffer, acting on behalf of the actors, filed a lawsuit against the TV executives in a Los Angeles Superior Court in April, accusing them of using the cast's photos on casino slot machines without paying them.

The stars of the hit sitcom, which aired between 1974 and 1984, were promised a five percent cut from net proceeds if their sole image was used and a two-and-a-half per cent cut if their image appeared as part of ...
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A Salute To The Head Explosion

September 23rd, 2008 11:40am EDT
Deadly Friend
When it comes to body parts that can explode, your head is ripe for the picking. Not only is it large and filled with goo, it perches atop of your shoulders begging for something to come along and smash it. Movie makers have known this fact for a long time. Nothing quite gets an audience going like a well placed exploding head. David Cronenberg's Scanners probably has the most oft-referenced scene, as it's one of the few mainstream horror films to give us a detailed and goopy exploding melon. Belloq's fate in Raiders of the Lost Ark even goes to show that Oscar winning directors aren't abov...
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When Enough Is Enough: Worst TV Spin-Offs

February 26th, 2008 2:21pm EST
Saved by the Bell: The New Class
The logic behind the spin-off is very sound. Take a beloved character or concept from a pre-existing series and create an entire new show. You have an established character or brand and thus a built-in fan base. It makes perfect sense, no?

Unfortunately, the reality of the situation is not quite that simple. Certainly there have been spin-offs that attracted both fans and critics and managed to create a legacy all their own. Shows like "Frasier," "Angel," and "The Jeffersons" instantly come to mind. But for every successful spin-off, there have been dozens of miserable failures...
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