Butch Patrick: Hot Rods, Munsters, and Remakes, Oh My!!
Moose's Monster Mash
That's right Horror Hounds, this month I am joined by none other than Eddie Munster himself, Mr. Butch Patrick!!! Sit back and listen to us chat about his love of motors and his time spent with the legendary George Barris, being Eddie Munster and a child actor. Of course I couldn't let him leave without his thoughts on the upcoming Rob Zombie remake. Hope you enjoy the episode, and until next time......Mash On. Links To Mention: https://www.facebook.com/Butchpatricktoo https://munsters.com/ https://www.facebook.com/TheMunstersTV https://www.youtube.com/c/TheJurassicJoeDinoShow https://www.facebook.com/ZoobileeZooPod https://electronicmediacollective.com/zoobileezoopod/ https://electronicmediacollective.com/moose/ https://twitter.com/MooseMediainc https://www.instagram.com/paul_moose_harder/
Episode 24 – A Munsterous conversation with Butch Patrick
60's Reboot Podcast
Episode 24 – A Munsterous conversation with Butch PatrickThe Twenty Fourth Episode of 60’s Reboot PodcastA conversation with Eddie MunsterThere 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/BPMunsterAnd Don’t forget his Youtube channel Koach to KoastLegal stuff –60’s Reboot Theme Music provided by:Music is from (https://filmmusic.io) “Funk Game Loop” by Kevin MaeLeod (https:://incompetech.com)License: CC by (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)60’s Reboot Podcast is an exclusive member of theEmail the show at email@example.com Follow Matt D. and the 60’s Reboot on Twitter @60sreboot
The real Eddie Munster himself Butch Patrick joins Roz to talk about his family’s historic haunted house, going to The Queen Mary, The Villa Montezuma in San Diego, and of course Roz had to ask some questions about “The Munsters”!Please join www.Patreon.com/rozdrezfalez for exclusive Roz content including a bonus clip from this week's show! Do you have a real-life ghost story for Roz to read on the air? Please rate Ghosted! 5 stars on Apple Podcasts and leave your story in the review! Have an EVP? Send it on over to GhostedByRoz@gmail.com. Follow Roz on instagram @rozhernandez and be sure to join the facebook group! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Butch Patrick | From Alcoholic & Partying Child Star of The Munsters to Motivational Speaker & Recovery Advocate
Knockin‘ Doorz Down
Beginning his professional acting career at the age of seven, Butch 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. His uncle John was a horse supplier to Hollywood Studios, and his cousin was Zorro's stunt double. This was his connection to get started in the industry. His mother & father were warm & loving, social drinkers. Typical 50's entertaining family, with light weekend partying at the house. This atmosphere would eventually spark his partying lifestyle that would take over his adolescent years. Eventually, his parents divorced and didn't have the father figure he needed for the discipline and structure in his life. He wanted to act temporarily to raise money for what he thought he really wanted to do in life, which was race cars. He didn't consider himself an actor, but acting just as a way of making side money. He felt he was one of the rare young Hollywood actors that actually had a pretty regular life with regular friends, and the Hollywood stuff was just a job to him. When he turned 16, he got his driver's license, and he was swept up in the 60's counter-culture & drug exploration. He hosted huge lavish parties that had the elite of Hollywood in attendance practically every week. He explained that no one ever told the Hollywood stars, child stars & musicians "NO!" when they were drinking and partying in excess. This quickly spiraled out of control into heavy drug and alcohol abuse. There was a point where he didn't even want acting gigs at all, he just wanted to go to the beach, race cars & do drugs. Eventually, he used so much that he had to turn into a dealer to offset his habit. He would get a rush flying under the radar with his partying lifestyle, it would justify his way of living to himself. There was a point where it all came crashing down, around the age of 40 he realized that he was not only hurting himself but hurting others. He thought about the fact that he was drinking himself to death, thinking of an exit plan, which could have led to suicide. Eventually, he went into treatment at 57 years old. One week in Southern California, he found himself at Oasis Treatment Center. He was convinced by one of the senior counselors to get completely sober and to use his celebrity to reach a wider audience, to tell his story, and change other lives for the better. He liked the fraternity atmosphere of his recovery group, he never went into the military, and this was the structure and camaraderie that he craved. He found out during his recovery that he had Prostate Cancer. To which he said at first, "Well, at least I'll die sober". Eventually, he was able to treat & beat it, and now is a motivational speaker & recovery counselor for Oasis Treatment Center in Southern California. He credits their "90" day program" which included meditation, informational meetings, yoga, and more... which he found much more informative and effective instead of the typical "30" day program. Currently, He works with his local Boys & Girls Club to keep kids informed and inspire them. He is a public motivational speaker, speaking to all types of crowds, telling his story & sharing what worked for him. Now he wants to spread the word about taking the first initial step successfully, which he says is the hardest part of the recovery process. He hopes he can bring as much attention as he can with his celebrity status to reach more people to start their roads to recovery. This is Butch Patrick in his own words, on Knockin’ Doorz Down. For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ https://www.facebook.com/51FIFTYLTM https://www.instagram.com/51fiftyltm/ https://twitter.com/51FIFTYLTM For Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down https://www.kddmediacompany.com/ For more on the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast, YouTube Channel and to follow us on social media https://www.kddmediacompany.com/podcast https://www.instagram.com/knockindoor... https://www.facebook.com/knockingdoor... https://twitter.com/kddmediacompany https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUSJ... For more information on the Carlos Vieira Foundation and the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End, the Stigma, and Race For Autism programs visit https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ https://www.facebook.com/CVFoundation/ https://www.instagram.com/carlosvieir... For more on Butch Patrick https://twitter.com/bpmunster https://www.instagram.com/the_real_butch_patrick_/ https://www.facebook.com/ewmunster/
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.
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.
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
Double Threat with Julie Klausner & Tom Scharpling