The Mego Happy Days line debuted in 1977 and continued in
78. Richie and Ralph were both featured wearing white tennis shoes with dark
side stripes in promotional material but they shipped with the standard Mego
This was probably one of the best TV related lines produced
Mego for quality, sculpt and detail but it initially got off to a very poor
start and it wasn’t until the introduction of “Fonzie” that it got any real
attention. The Fonzie figure also featured a “thumbs up” action, it was also
released as a 15-inch figure by Samet and Wells, a Mego subsidiary.
The line consisted of four figures, two figures and a
playset: Fonzie (carded and boxed), Richie, Potsy and Ralph. Fonsie’s motorbike
and his Hot Rod (or Jalopy) which was part of the Garage Playset.
A further two more figures and a 12″ Fonzie were planned for
1978 but were eventually dropped.
MegoHappy Days Checklist
15" Fonzie cloth
Figures Toy Company 2005
The Figures Toy Company specializes in reproducing many of the classic Mego lines of action figures as well as re-creating many of the modern lines of action figures in a retro Mego style, whicha has become quite popular.
In 2005 they released a total of 4 series of Happy Days action figures, with 4 figures per series, plus two limited edition figures.
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The following websites, magazines and books are some of the sources I have used to research the material on this site as well as many of the images etc: Wikipedia | MegoMuseum | FigureRealm | RebbleScum | Mego Action Figure Toys by John Bonavita | Toyfare Magazine | Official Price Guide to Action Figures by Stuart W. Wells III and Jim Main
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