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TV Host Cognac Wellerlane interviews Character Actor from the 1960's Munsters TV Series Butch Patrick at Mike Carbo's Comic Book Marketplace Convention

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TV Host Cognac Wellerlane interviews Character Actor from the 1960's Munsters TV Series Butch Patrick at Mike Carbo's Comic Book Marketplace Convention


















































































I had the pleasure of interviewing Actor Butch Patrick at Mike Carbo's Comic Book Market place.

In 1962-1963, Patrick portrayed Greg Howard, the young son of widow Louise Howard (Janet De Gore) in the last season of Walter Brennan's CBS situation comedy The Real McCoys (later renamed The McCoys). In the story line, Louise is interested in the young widower, Luke McCoy (Richard Crenna).
He appeared in various other television programs during the 1960s, including Mister Ed, My Favorite Martian, Daniel

Boone, I Dream of Jeannie, The Monkees, Gunsmoke, and Adam-12, and was featured in eight episodes of My Three Sons as the character Gordon Dearing.
Patrick worked with such famed stars as Burt Lancaster and Judy Garland, appearing along side of both as one of the students in the 1963 film A Child Is Waiting. [1]
Patrick's voiceover work includes the role of Milo in the 1969 live-action/animated filmThe Phantom Tollbooth (based on the children's book of that name), and an animated version of himself in the "Eight Misbehavin'" episode of The Simpsons (1999). He also appeared on the reality showStar Dates.
From 1971 to 1973 a teenaged Patrick starred in the Saturday morning fantasy program Lidsville.


In 1983, Patrick recorded an autobiographical song, "Whatever Happened To Eddie?" (b/w "Little Monsters"), with several instrumentalists and backup singers under the group name "Eddie and the Monsters featuring Butch Patrick." Set to the tune of the Munsters theme, the song details his life as a Munster. ("You might wonder why I have a dragon for a pet/Well he's just there to keep me company on the set.") He recorded a second single, "It's Only Halloween", which was released on Park Lane Drive Records in 2007.


In 2005, Patrick made an appearance as an absent-minded bartender in the independent film "Spaced Out" which was released in 2009 by Ariztical Entertainment.  For more information please visit http://www.munsters.com  Keep reading Cognac's Corner Magazine for the very best info on Red Carpet Events and Launch Parties.

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