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Joanie Loves Chachi

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Joanie Loves Chachi was a spin-off of the popular sitcom Happy Days and was originally broadcast on ABC from March 23, 1982 to September 13, 1983. It starred Erin Moran and Scott Baio as the titular Joanie Cunningham and Chachi Arcola. The series followed the exploits of Joanie and Chachi as they moved to Chicago and tried to make it on their own with a rock band and a music career.

It mixed the traditional elements of a sitcom with musical performances on each show by Baio and Moran. The format didn't gel with viewers, and the series only lasted for one season before the characters were rolled back into Happy Days for that program's final season. The series also starred Ellen Travolta as Louisa Delvecchio, Chachi's mother, and Al Molinaro as Al Delvecchio, Chachi's stepfather, who opened a restaurant in which Chachi and Joanie performed most of their music.


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Aired: March 23, 1982 - September 13, 1983

Cast: Erin Moran, Scott Baio, Al Molinaro, Ellen Travolta

Network: NBC

Genre: Sitcom

Theme song: 'You Look at Me' written by Pamela Phillips and James P. Dunne

Image courtesy of NBC

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