Al Lewis, the cigar-chomping patriarch of "The Munsters" whose work as a basketball scout, restaurateur and political candidate never eclipsed his role as Grandpa Munster from the TV sitcom, died Friday night at the age of 82.
You can read the details of his madcap life here , but he'll always be Grandpa to me.
How I LOVED the Munsters, and Grandpa was an integral part of that program.
Time marches on.....
Aw, RIP Grandpa Munster.
This is sad news. I loved the "Munsters" show and "Car 54, Where are you".
It seems like all the actors and actresses I grew up watching on TV and in the movies are passing. Time does indeed, march on.
How sad. I like him as Grandpa.
I've always thought that Madeline Albright resembles him. I know that's not very nice to say, but I really do see a resemblance. It's kind of like the resemblance I see in Macauly Culkin & Deborah Norville.
He seems like a lovely grandpa. Cogar-chomping? That made me smile...
jd: Grandpa Munster, in full Dracula makeup, was nicer looking than Madame Not-at-Allbright ;-)
95....at least he had a full life. He'll be missed.
95? Is that new math? ;-)
Post a Comment