Friday, December 21, 2012

The Addams Family - Lurch Learns To Dance part 1 and 2



PART 2



I hope you all enjoyed this episode.  I love this TV show and Lurch was my favorite. It's a shame this show and the Munsters only last two years.

Sadly, I learned that the actress who played Morticia Addams died a horrible and long painful death battling colon cancer. :(

Well, my next post will be about the Chinese government demanding the US government to force Americans to turn in their guns. We'll see.

Have an awesome Friday, and look the world didn't end!

7 comments:

Jersey McJones said...

I met John Astin in a Buddhist temple in Rancho Cucamonga when I was 19 or so. That was back in the eighties. It was cool. There were a bunch of other celebs there too. The whole "Buddhist" thing they were doing? ...eh.

JMJ

Leticia said...

Oh wow!! How cool is that?!! I would love to have met him or any of the cast. I loved this show!!

That must have been a blast, Jersey. And it would be quite an adventure to visit a Buddhist Temple, they look exquisite.

Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Ted Cassidy was also -- as you know -- in TOS episode "What Are Little Girls Made Of" as the character Ruk.

BZ

Always On Watch said...

Love The Addams Family! The original TV version.

Some years ago, I had the pleasure of meeting John Astin personally -- in THIS CONTEXT. What a wonderful evening! And we had a chance to speak with each other after the show. Like me, he's a teacher. And as Edgar Allan Poe -- well, John Astin was nothing less than magnificent. I went to see his performance for a few year running and took my young cousin (a boy, about age 13) to see one of the shows. He loved it too! Magic, I tell you.

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Merry Christmas, Leticia. I will likely not have much for the web on the 24th and the 25th. Christmas comes but once a year, and we'll be observing our Savior's birth with family and friends.

Always On Watch said...

Check out THIS VIDEO of John Astin as Edgar Allan Poe. The video doesn't do the stage production justice, however.

Always On Watch said...

I guess one of the reasons I'm doing the Poe piece is that I think Poe demonstrates that no matter how difficult things are, if you continue to move forward in life, you can eventually become victorious, even if it's later in life.
- John Astin

Leticia said...

BZ, I remember! He was creepy on that on episode.

AOW, John Astin seems to be an wonderful person. Merry Christmas to you to, my friend.