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Henry Winkler really is the "one and only." Winkler defined a generation with his trademark leather and
plain white t-shirt outfit, and more doo-wop, hair gel crap than can be found in the grungiest greasy spoon.
Moving on from his legendary role as the Fonz, he tried his hand at motion picture acting (sporting his
bleached blond hairdo) in Carl Reiner's 1978 film,'"The One and Only." An intriguing, yet comical, look into
the life of a professional wrestler, Winkler pushed himself to the limits, and proved to all of us that he was a
multi-dimensional actor, capable of tackling the toughest roles. His natural flair for the big screen culminated
in heated controversy, when it was revealed that his name was missing from Academy Award contention.
Could the Fonz be rejected? Wasn' t this one-of the signs of Armageddon ? Oh, come on, even this amnount of
sarcasm is making us sick..