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Charles Addams [3]

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Born:January 7, 1912
Died:September 29, 1988 (76)
Filmography Rating:6.70 / 10
IMDB Rating:7.02 / 10
Amazon Rating:4.50 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:66.60%
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List of Titles and Roles/Jobs:
The Addams Family: The Complete Series [1964](52) => Original Cartoons
The Addams Family [1991](79) => Original Cartoons
Addams Family Values [1993](81) => Original Cartoons

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The Addams Family [1991]
  • Several scenes reference original Charles Addams illustrations, most notably the introduction sequence where the Addams family pours a cauldron of oil on the Christmas carolers, the passenger on Gomez's toy train, the octopus painted on the footboard of Wednesday's bed, and Pugsley with the road sign.
    Addams Family Values [1993]
  • The baby's name, Pubert, was the name originally suggested (and rejected) for Pugsley by Charles Addams when he was asked by the producers of [The Addams Family] to name the hitherto unnamed characters in his cartoons.
    The Addams Family: The Complete Series [1964]
  • With the start of the TV series, [The New Yorker] magazine stopped running any [Addams-Family]-themed cartoons from Charles Addams until just prior to his death in 1988, although a few familiar characters were allowed solitary appearances (the prototypes for Pugsley, Cousin Itt, and Fester).