Happy Days Fonzie Deluxe Edition 1:6 Scale Action Figure:
- Hey… the Fonz is the ultimate in cool.
- The first and most detailed figure ever created of Fonzie!
- Return to Happy Days and the golden years of America!
- Stands 11 3/4-inches tall and includes a working jukebox!
- Fully articulated, he's limited to only 1,000 pieces.
This is probably the first and the most detailed figure ever created of one of the cult characters of TV comedy in the ‘70s and ‘80s. A tribute dedicated to the Fonz and all the nostalgic style the series recreated, offering a dive into the golden years of America. That legendary Fonzie touch, which could fix anything, is also in the included jukebox from Arnold's drive-in, where many of the most iconic scenes from the TV series were set. And to make it all even more realistic, the jukebox really works, fitted with a Bluetooth system that allows you to play your favorite music or the famous theme song …"Sunday Monday, happy days..."! Limited to only 1,000 pieces worldwide, Fonzie stands about 11 3/4-inches tall. This incredible Happy Days Fonzie Deluxe Edition 1:6 Scale Action Figure features
2x Fonzie head sculpts (normal, smiling - Deluxe version only)
8x Posable hands
1x Fully articulated body (28 points of articulation)
1x White T-shirt
1x Pair of jeans
1x Brown jacket
1x Pair of black biker boots (magnetic)
1x Hair comb
1x Jukebox with Bluetooth speaker, Android/IOS, switchable, light system, rechargeable with USB ports (battery not included) (Deluxe version only)
1x Standard stand (magnetic)
The TV series was Happy Days.
He was the Fonz. With his rebel air, motorbike, and leather jacket, all he had to do was click his fingers to get his girl. However, Arthur Fonzarelli, known by everyone as Fonzie, was a hard man with a soft heart, a brilliant heartbreaker, and an expert in motorbikes and life, who gave advice and got his friends out of trouble.
With its 11 seasons, Happy Days
(which ran from 1974 to 1984) was the TV comedy series created by Garry Marshall that we all watched and loved. An entertaining and light-hearted version of ‘50s and ‘60s American life that, through the Cunningham family, examined the adventures and experiences of teenagers in a fun manner, where friendship and good feelings always resolved everything in the end.