THE MUNSTERS TV CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH 2002 CO-SIGNED BY: AL LEWIS, BUTCH PATRICK, YVONNE DE CARLO - HFSID 278556
THE MUNSTERS TV CAST: YVONNE De CARLO, AL LEWIS and BUTCH PATRICK All three sign, each one below their respective color image on 10x8 card stock Composite Photograph signed: "Al Lewis", "Yvonne/ DeCarlo", "Butch Patrick"
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THE MUNSTERS TV CAST: YVONNE De CARLO, AL LEWIS and BUTCH PATRICK All three sign, each one below their respective color image on 10x8 card stock Composite Photograph signed: "Al Lewis", "Yvonne/ DeCarlo", "Butch Patrick". Color, 10x8 overall, with separate oval photos (2¾x4¼ each) on one surface. The Munsters, a popular TV sitcom spoofing classic horror themes, aired on CBS from 1964-1966. Three generations of the family are pictured here: Canadian actress YVONNE De CARLO (1922-2007) played Lily Munster in The Munsters and its film spin-offs through 1996. De Carlo made her feature film debut in 1942, and was usually cast in period films, Westerns, as well as a few comedies. Her credits include This Gun for Hire (1942), Salome, Where She Danced (1945), Song of Scheherazade (1947), Black Bart (1948), The Ten Commandments (1956) and McClintock! (1963). AL LEWIS (1910-2006) is best remembered for two TV sitcom roles: that of Grandpa Munster, and Officer Schnauzer in another hit TV sitcom, Car 54, Where Are You? (1960-1963). Moreover, he made many TV guest appearances and was seen in a number of films in supporting roles. Lewis had a busy life outside of acting; he earned a PhD from Columbia University, worked as a teacher, performed in the circus, and even owned a restaurant. BUTCH PATRICK (b. 1953), made his acting debut with The Two Bears (1961). Three years later, he earned his best known role as Eddie Wolfgang Munster, reprising the role in films. A recurring character on The Real McCoys, General Hospital and My Three Sons, he also starred on the Saturday morning kids series, Lidsville, opposite Charles Nelson Reilly. Moreover, he attained newfound celebrity on the covers of several teen magazines in the early 1970s. In 1983, he formed a band, Eddie and the Monsters, which had a hit with the novelty song, "What Ever Happened to Eddie?". Fine condition.
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