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GLOSSY PHOTO OF: Al Lewis as Grandpa in The Munsters. photograph expertly printed on premium quality photographic paper.

Al Lewis was an entertainer who was best known for his role as Grandpa, the elderly vampire in a family of monsters, in the 1964 sitcom The Munsters.

Born on this day in actor AL LEWIS aka Grandpa Munster.


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Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor in Terminator II Judgment Day.An example of our mothering instincts in the extreme! I do like thee movies.

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Grandpa Munster Original Drawing The Munsters by chuckhodi

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Es una familia que en realidad no asusta ni tantito, pero la ambientación y el humor negro sí que merecen estar en un recuento de nuestro lado oscuro.

Fred Gwynne as Herman Munster & Yvonne De Carlo as his wife, Lily Munster

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Clark Gable as Rhett Butler, Gone with the Wind My mom wanted something Texas sounding, and with a last name like Smith my first name needed to be different. Oh, and she loved the book and Clark Gable.