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Episode 24 – A Munsterous conversation with Butch Patrick

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The Twenty Fourth Episode of 60’s Reboot Podcast

A conversation with Eddie Munster

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There is something spooky going on at the Downs studio as Matt D. tracks down Eddie Munster himself Mr. Butch Patrick to talk all things Munsterous.  So lets take a walk down Mockingbird Lane to house number 1313, and learn a little bit about this fangtastic program. 

Butch tells us a little about how he was cast as Eddie Munster, as well as a peak into how he bought two replica’s of the Munsters Dragsters.   Butch also tells us what the set and makeup was like for the Munsters.   Plus Butch tells us about who is making a new Munsters movie, while Matt Pitchs him an idea for Munsters: The Next Generation. 

So sit back, grab you wolfie and listen to what Butch has to say about the Munsters.    

Interested in knowing more about Butch Patrick, Then go check out his website.

Munsters.com Or his fan group. 

Follow Butch Patrick on Twitter https://twitter.com/BPMunster

And Don’t forget his Youtube channel Koach to Koast

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Discussed in this episode...

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The Munsters (1964)
The Munsters, originally airing on CBS from September 24, 1964 to May 12, 1966, is an American television sitcom depicting the home life of a family of benign monsters. The series satirizes both traditional monster movies and the wholesome family fare of the era. It ran concurrently with The Addams Family.

More details at TMDb.