Supposed Hollywood nice guys Tom Hanks and Henry Winkler have been locked in a nasty feud for 30 years — triggered when the big-screen star got the Happy Days actor canned from a directing gig.
Bad blood began flowing in 1989 when the sitcom’s famed Fonzie was hired to direct Hanks in Turner & Hooch, a crime-comedy about a cop and his drooling pooch.
Henry, who recently snared an Emmy for his role in HBO’s hitman sitcom Barry, says Hanks didn’t like his directing and ran to Jeffrey Katzenberg, then CEO of Walt Disney Studios, and got him axed.
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October 28, 2019