BREAKING NEWS! EDDIE MUNSTER MEET & GREET ANNOUNCED!
We have just confirmed that Butch Patrick, of Eddie Muster fame, will do a “meet and greet” this Wednesday 11/28/18 from 4-8pm at Comic Quest in Evansville, IN! Come and reminisce with an actor from an early 1960s American family television sitcom. Watch Facebook posts for any more details that become available!
What questions does Butch get asked the most? See the list below!
- Original air dates were from September 1964 to June 1966 at Universal Studios in California.
- 3 feature movies were made of “The Munsters”.
- 1980’s television series called “Munsters Today” was produced.
- Cast members deceased:
- “Herman Munster” played by Fred Gwynne (died 7/2/1993 at age 66)
- “Lily Munster” played by Yvonne De Carlo (died 1/8/2007 at age 84)
- “Grandpa” played Al Lewis (died 2/3/2006 at age 82)
- Cast members living:
- “Marilyn” played by Beverly Owen in 1964 on 13 episodes. Lives in Vermont.
- “Marilyn” played by Pat Priest from 1965-1966 on 57 episodes. Lives in Idaho.
- “Eddie Munster” played by Butch Patrick. Lives in Missouri.
- “Herman Munster” was 7′ tall in wardrobe and make up.
- Fred Gwynne was 6’6.5″ tall without wardrobe boots.
- The original “Munster Koach” is in a private museum in Miami, Florida.
- The original “Dragula” went missing from Planet Hollywood in Atlantic City, New Jersey in 2005.
- Both cars were the first hotrods on television.
- Butch Patrick’s Munster Tribute Cars are replicas built by Rucker Posey of Richmond, Virginia.
- The original “Woof Woof” doll was created by Mike Westmore.
- “The Munsters” was the most heavily merchandised television show ever.
- The original “Eddie Munster” chain link bike was created and built by Von Dutch and George Barris. It is the world’s most valuable Stingray bike.