Cindy Williams mourns ‘Laverne & Shirley’ co-star Penny Marshall

Cindy Williams posted to Twitter about the passing of her co-star and friend, Penny Marshall, saying, “I Love You, Partner”.

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40 thoughts on “Cindy Williams mourns ‘Laverne & Shirley’ co-star Penny Marshall

  1. Penny Marshall is a multi talented and beautiful lady and l love her so much and she will be missed so much by me and all the fans and the people who knew her good bye Laverne and l will see you later and I made a promise to wear the L for you and l can keep my promise because l can

  2. How many young girls of that era fashioned themselves the "besties" Laverne and Shirley? I know I did! Good, clean, comedy. Condolences to her daughter, grandchildren, and other family and friends! You will be missed!
    1 Corinthians 15:26, Isaiah 33:24 – one day no more sickness or death.

  3. Penny Marshall really seemed to be slurring her words in her later years (as shown in that interview with Cindy Williams). Penny was a great actress, but she didn't lead a very healthy life from what I've read (smoking, etc.), so it's not too surprising that she has passed away at the age of 75.

  4. The 70's had the BEST shows and the MOST talented people. So glad I grew up in the 70's. RIP PENNY MARSHALL. Thank you for the laughs and of course Milk n Pepsi.

  5. They were the twosome of best of the best and l understand Cindy Williams and why she is sad to see Penny Marshall go we are all going to miss Penny and Laverne and Shirley forever Rest In Peace ✌️ Penny Marshall l love Penny as a kid l drank Milk and Pepsi l think it’s really good

  6. Just what makes a little old ant think he can move a rubber tree plant? Everyone knows an ant can't move a rubber tree plant but he's got high hopes! He's got high apple pie in the sky!

  7. What many young people may not realize, is when "Laverne and Shirley" was a new show, we didn't have Cable TV, VCR/DVD Players, Video Games, Home Computers, or cell phones. ABC, CBS, and NBC controlled EVERYTHING we saw on television. As a result, when "Laverne and Shirley" was on at 8:30pm on Tuesday nights in the 1970s, nearly everyone in America was watching. It was a much simpler time in the nation that we will never experience again.

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