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Episode369-Butch ‘Eddie Munster’ Patrick (Matt Michael's "People I Don't Hate")

Vegas Bad Boyz Of Podcasting

On this episode of “Matt Michaels’ People I Don’t Hate” Matt welcomes a television icon from ‘The Munsters’ Butch ‘Eddie Munster’ Patrick! Butch and Matt reminisce about Butch’s acting career. His path to becoming an actor and being cast as ‘Eddie Munster’.  They talk about Butch’s life as a regular kid when he wasn’t filming. Butch talks about his friend and creator of ‘The Munster Mobile’ and ‘Dragula’ the late great George Barris. Matt asks Butch about the upcoming ‘The Munsters’ project by director and famed metal icon Rob Zombie. And Butch shares the passion project he is hoping to start filming soon. You’ll get a coffin full of stories and it’s only available here on the Vegas Badboyz of Podcasting!  And please remember to subscribe, download, listen, review, and share all of the shows from the Vegas Badboyz of Podcasting.

43mins

22 Jun 2021

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The Morning Dish with Butch Patrick. Eddie Munster from The Munsters.

Steven Phillips with The Morning Dish

Butch Patrick (born Patrick Alan Lilley; August 2, 1953) is an American former child actor. Beginning his professional acting career at the age of seven, Patrick is perhaps best known for his role as child werewolf Eddie Munster on the CBS comedy television series The Munsters from 1964 to 1966 and in the 1966 feature film Munster, Go Home!, and as Mark on the ABC Saturday morning series Lidsville from 1971 to 1973.After The Munsters ended, Patrick continued to appear in guest-starring roles on various popular television series of the 1960s, including I Dream of Jeannie, Death Valley Days, Gunsmoke, The Monkees, Daniel Boone, and Adam-12, as well as a recurring role as Gordon Dearing on the CBS family comedy series My Three Sons. During this time, Patrick also appeared in several Walt Disney films, including Way Down Cellar, The Young Loner and The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band, as well as portraying the role of Milo in the 1970 MGM live-action/animated film The Phantom Tollbooth.In 1971, Patrick landed the starring role on Sid and Marty Krofft’s Saturday morning children’s program Lidsville, broadcast on ABC. In the psychedelic fantasy series, Patrick portrayed Mark, a boy lost in a strange land of walking, talking, singing hats, opposite veteran character actors Charles Nelson Reilly and Billie Hayes.The show was in production from 1971 to 1973.

11mins

30 Jan 2021

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Ep. 407 We All Go Fanboy This Week We are Joined by Butch Patrick, Eddie Munster from The Munsters

Three Sides of the Coin – A KISS Podcast and Radio Show

Episode 407, November 17, 2020. This week all of us go fanboy when we are joined by Eddie Munster… BUTCH PATRICK! He shares stories from The Munsters. Talks about the other cast members. He talks about Lidsville, the Sid & Marty Krofft show he starred in. We even squeeze in some KISS talk at the end of the show… it was the anniversary of it’s release, so we talked about Music From The Elder. Forget the haters, we won! Press requests please contact Michael Brandvold at www.michaelbrandvold.com Since launching in 2012 Three Sides of the Coin has been viewed or listened to over 6,000,000 times. Three Sides of the Coin has been joined by special guests including former KISS lead guitarist Bruce Kulick, Eddie Trunk, AEW Superstar and lead singer of Fozzy Chris Jericho, Angel lead guitarist Punky Meadows, Five Finger Death Punch guitarist Jason Hook, Vinnie Vincent Invasion and Slaughter lead singer Mark Slaughter, Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider, comedian Craig Gass, KISS’ former business manager Chris Lendt, the Black Veil Brides’ Andy Biersack, Frank Munoz associate producer for Ace Frehley’s Anomaly album, award winning songwriter Adam Mitchell, Ed Kanon (Peter Criss’ drum tech), Kevin Valentine (drummer on KISS’ Psycho Circus album). Three Sides of the Coin was picked (October 2013) as a ‘What’s Hot’ podcast by Apple’s iTunes. In the early ’90s, Michael Brandvold launched the fifth ever website on the Internet devoted to KISS, KISS Otaku. He built, launched and maintained Kissonline.com (KISS’ official web presence). He now owns Michael Brandvold Marketing, providing marketing services and digital strategy to musicians. Tommy Sommers spent 15 years on the record show circuit collecting, trading and selling memorabilia / Kiss merchandise. He is now a successful residential Real Estate agent in the Minneapolis / St. Paul area. Tommy has also produced a KISS song For The Oddfathers and is the owner of Rock Steady Digital Photography. Mark Cicchini, is a world renown KISS collector. KISS have used parts of Mark’s vast KISS collection for audio, video & print materials including their book NOTHIN TO LOSE, CD re release of the LOVE GUN album & the VH1 Ultimate Album KISS ALIVE! special as well as many other KISS projects. His wife also makes a mean meatloaf!!! It’s only our opinion… it’s neither right nor wrong. Three Sides of the Coin Radio: www.threesidesofthecoinradio.com Facebook: facebook.com/threesidesofthecoin Twitter: twitter.com/threesidescoin Spotify: spotify.threesidesofthecoin.com YouTube: youtube.threesidesofthecoin.com iHeartRadio: iheartradio.threesidesofthecoin.com Spreaker: spreaker.threesidesofthecoin.com iTunes: itunes.threesidesofthecoin.com TuneIn: tunein.threesidesofthecoin.com Stitcher Radio: stitcher.threesidesofthecoin.com SoundCloud: @michaelbrandvoldmarketing Web: threesidesofthecoin.com Merchandise: shop.threesidesofthecoin.com Three Sides Of The Coin is unofficial & unsanctioned and has no affiliation with the band KISS. MichaelBrandvold.com Three Sides of the Coin Monthly Option 1 : $1.99 USD – monthlyOption 2 : $5.00 USD – monthlyOption 3 : $9.99 USD – monthly If you would rather make a one time donation of any amount, please use the Donate button below.

1hr 11mins

16 Nov 2020

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Greatest TV Family with Butch Patrick (Eddie Munster)

Pop Culture Tournaments

Patrick, Rob, and Slat welcome Butch Patrick as a guest to the show to discuss the entries of the upcoming "Greatest TV Family" tournament! A veteran of many television shows and movies, Butch also played Eddie Munster on the hit show "The Munsters". He shares stories of his days in television and helps us break down the brackets and match-ups of all 64 TV families in the tournament.  We also review the shocking results of our "Greatest Sports Movie" tournament.  Join the fun and vote on your favorite TV families at https://www.facebook.com/groups/popculturetournaments Voting starts Monday, November 16th!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pop-culture-tournaments/message

46mins

14 Nov 2020

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10232020 Butch Patrick - Eddie Munster then and now

Fly On The Wall

Butch Patrick is an American former child actor. Beginning his professional acting career at the age of seven, Patrick is perhaps best known for his role as child werewolf Eddie Munster on the CBS comedy television series The Munsters from 1964 to 1966 and in the 1966 feature film Munster, Go Home!, and as Mark on the ABC Saturday morning series Lidsville from 1971 to 1973.When recounting how he began his acting career, Patrick explained "I owe my career to my sister. She was the one who got me started and gave me all the encouragement. She always wanted to be an actress and was on the casting call sheet one day. She was asked if there were any other children at home. She told them about me, and I got some small roles, then some bigger ones..."In 1964, Patrick landed the role of child werewolf Eddie Munster, starring alongside Fred Gwynne as Herman Munster, Yvonne De Carlo as Lily Munster and Al Lewis as Grandpa, on the CBS television series The Munsters, a fantasy situation comedy loosely based on Universal's movie monsters.The role of Eddie was originally portrayed by child actor Happy Derman in the pilot episode before Patrick was ultimately selected out of hundreds of boys for the role.When asked how he landed the role of Eddie, Patrick recalled "I had a lot of experience. But maybe it was because my fangs were my own teeth. My teeth were so bad, that even when I closed my mouth they stuck out. I was about a head smaller than the other kids, and they liked that because it played off Herman's height."Living on the East Coast at the time, Patrick commuted to Los Angeles every week during filming of the series, appearing in 70 episodes during The Munsters' two-season run from 1964 to 1966.He also responded in an April 2017 interview with ComingSoon.net, when asked if he recalled his TV mother (Yvonne De Carlo) hiding tiny portions of dialogue around the set, attaching them to props to help jog her memory, so the dialogue could be added to her performance: "No, not in The Munsters she wasn't doing that. Maybe later in life. Because sometimes your memory starts slipping on you. But that's a great idea, actually! I'll have to remember that!" He also was asked if he had ever kept in touch with his on-screen family after The Munsters was canceled, especially De Carlo, who died on January 8, 2007. He replied, "No, after the show ended, everyone went their own ways. But in the early '80s, I contacted Al Lewis and we became friends and I started attaching myself to the Munster name and brand. And then 10 years after that I started talking to Yvonne. I was actually a guest on The Vicki Lawrence Show where I was this surprise guest brought out for Yvonne and after that we became friends. I started visiting her and she was somewhat of a recluse, living in North Los Angeles and I introduced her to this guy in Hollywood who would send her care packages, movies to watch and sort of get her back in the loop of Hollywood."After The Munsters ended, Patrick continued to appear in guest-starring roles on various popular television series of the 1960s, including I Dream of Jeannie, Death Valley Days, Gunsmoke, The Monkees, Daniel Boone, and Adam-12, as well as a recurring role as Gordon Dearing on the CBS family comedy series My Three Sons.During this time, Patrick also appeared in several Walt Disney films, including Way Down Cellar, The Young Loner and The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band, as well as portraying the role of Milo in the 1970 MGM live-action/animated film The Phantom Tollbooth.Patrick as Mark with the hats in Lidsville, 1971In 1971, Patrick landed the starring role on Sid and Marty Krofft's Saturday morning children's program Lidsville, broadcast on ABC.[10][12] In the psychedelic fantasy series, Patrick portrayed Mark, a boy lost in a strange land of walking, talking, singing hats, opposite veteran character actors Charles Nelson Reilly and Billie Hayes.[9][13] The show was in production from 1971 to 1973.[13]In 1975, Patrick left acting to work for his father and began to learn to play the bass guitar.[9][14] In 1983, he recorded the song, "Whatever Happened To Eddie?" (b/w "Little Monsters"), with several instrumentalists and backup singers under the group name "Eddie and the Monsters."[6][8][14] 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.")[6][8][14] He recorded a second single, "It's Only Halloween", which was released on Park Lane Drive Records in 2007.[15][self-published source]In addition to his music, Patrick returned to occasional film and television work, including making cameo appearances as "Himself" on episodes of the Fox animated television series The Simpsons and the 2003 comedy film Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star, as well as appearing as a grown-up Eddie Munster in a Little Caesars Pizza commercial.[3][9][10]In 2002, Patrick co-hosted Macabre Theatre with Natalie Popovich aka "Ivonna Cadaver". That same year he also appeared in the first episode the E! Network celebrity dating reality television show Star Dates.Patrick made a cameo appearance in the 2005 retro-horror film Frankenstein vs. the Creature from Blood Cove, directed by William Winckler, playing a man who had become a werewolf, speaking a line of dialogue in comical reference to The Munsters.[16]

44mins

24 Oct 2020

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BUTCH PATRICK, aka: 'Eddie Munster' talks ghosts archived show!!

Live Paranormal

Enjoy BUTCH PATRICK, aka:  'Eddie Munster', from the original classic television series 'The Munsters' archived show with The Ghost Host Sophia Temperilli on LiveParanormal.com; with a special surprise call-in from his sister, Michelle!!  Interview originally aired, 4/26/2014.  ENJOY:)

40mins

10 Oct 2020

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Episode 8 - Butch Patrick (Eddie Munster)

NEWHD NYC

This just in!!! Godzilla, has awoken, he's outraged by some bad investments he made and he's taking it out on our cities!!! We must bring in actor Butch Patrick of the "Eddie Munster" fame, from the popular, 60's sitcom "The Munsters." He claims he knows the secret to stopping this fire breathing reptile!!! Tune in to hear stories from one of the most famous child actors of our time, as Butch shares his amazing journey and tells us how to save humanity from Godzilla.

36mins

19 Sep 2020

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Where is Eddie Munster now?

Artists On Record

Originally aired May 22, 2020https://youtu.be/9GaROnlsEUUClassic TV icon Butch Patrick -- famous for portraying the child werewolf 'Eddie Munster' on the CBS comedy series "The Munsters" from 1964 to 1966 -- reminisces about his career, shares heartwarming behind-the-scenes stories and answers fan questions on Coffee Talk with ADIKA Live. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/The_adika_group?fan_landing=true)

1hr 38mins

2 Sep 2020

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T TIME - Season 1, Episode 21 "Eddie Munster All Grown Up"

T Time with Theresa Farrell

T TIME - Season 1, Episode 21 "Eddie Munster All Grown Up". Theresa catches up with Butch Patrick, Actor and Promoter. T TIME with Theresa Farrell is aired live on Strong Island Television from Paradise Studios NY. www.strongisland.com.com#Ttime #StrongIslandTV #StrongIslandRadio #StrongPersonality

54mins

7 Jul 2020

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BUTCH PATRICK, aka: 'Eddie Munster', talks ghosts archive!!

Live Paranormal

There's no computer virus, so enjoy actor BUTCH PATRICK, aka:  'Eddie Munster', from the original classic television series 'The Munsters' archived show with The Ghost Host Sophia Temperilli on LiveParanormal.com; with a special surprise call-in from his sister, Michelle!!  Interview originally aired, 4/26/2014, ENJOY!!:)

40mins

4 Apr 2020

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