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Eddie Munster AKA Butch Patrick - the Authorized Biography: The Untold Story of His Early Hollywood-a, Could-a, Should-a Years

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  • Posted May 8, 2010

    One Of My Favorite TV Shows

    Even though I graduated high school with the author, I didn't know her or meet her in person until December of last year at a Class Reunion/Christmas Party. About a month later, I get a friend request from her on Facebook. In subsequent status updates, I learned she penned this biography of former child actor Butch Patrick (Eddie on "The Munsters" and Mark on the Saturday morning fantasy/comedy "Lidsville" being probably his greatest claims to fame). Outside of a few teenage "getting-into-trouble" moments, there is no real juicy gossip or surprising anecdotes. Mostly reminiscences of his pre-TV childhood and experiences on TV/movie sets. The book includes brief biographies of his "Munsters" TV family, a resume of his movie & TV work through the early 70s (a sequel is hinted at), a some surprising discoveries about his "Lidsville" co-stars and bosses. The author also gets a rude awakening learning about Hollywood - including other TV stars unrelated to "The Munsters" and the fact that the Munster house at "1313 Mockingbird Lane" - along with every other house on the block - only had a front wall. "The Munsters" has been one of my all-time favorite shows. I have both season sets on DVD, a two-movie pack of their theatrical feature "Munster Go Home" and 1980 TV movie "Munsters Revenge", plus 90s Fox TV movies recorded off the TV. The book includes an introduction from Olivia Harrison, Beatle George's sister, Howard Stern and Helen herself, who reminisces of her childhood activities in Beloit WI (I wish she would've indicated as such. She mentions surrounding cities and neighborhood stores she frequented. Along with a few dumpsters in back alleys.) All in all, a great light read. I'm looking forward to getting her autograph on it during another class reunion/picnic this summer.

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