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Topic - Erin Moran
Several former cast members of the "Happy Days" can argue to a jury that they are owed royalties from DVD sales of the hit series, a judge ruled Tuesday.
"Happy Days" cast members who filed a multimillion dollar lawsuit against CBS over merchandise profits have received checks for a small fraction of the amount they say they are owed, their lawyer said Wednesday.
"Happy Days" cast members who filed a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against CBS over merchandise profits have received checks for a small fraction of the amount they say they are owed, their attorney said Wednesday.
She was praised as a "golden goddess" on Monday, but now Petra Nemcova is a "Dancing With the Stars" reject.
Members of the "Happy Days" cast are suing CBS Studios, alleging they're not getting a cut of the money made in sales of merchandise related to the television show.
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