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    Butch Patrick personal "Eddie Munster" costume from The Munsters. (CBS, 1964-1966) The Munsters only ran for 2 seasons but the impact the horror-themed comedy had on popular culture is undeniable. As the youngest member of the oddball "Munster" family, "Eddie Munster" (Butch Patrick) with his signature widow's peak and werewolf doll "Woof-woof" is an unforgettable character. This is a vintage, original "Eddie Munster" jacket and shorts ensemble, consisting of, instantly recognizable child's gray crushed velvet, long-sleeved bolero-style jacket with (1) Pair of matching gray short pants with side hook and loop closure and buttons on the internal waistband for attaching shirt to trousers. Both garments retain Western Costume interior stamp. In production-used, vintage, very good condition. From Butch Patrick's personal collection, this treasured costume has remained in his hands since the production wrapped in 1966. Accompanied by an LOA from Butch.

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    October, 2014
    17th Friday
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