Season Cast 51

  1. John Astin

    John Astin

    Gomez Addams (34 Episodes)

  2. Carolyn Jones
  3. Lisa Loring
  4. Ken Weatherwax
  5. Felix Silla

    Felix Silla

    Cugino Itt (34 Episodes), (4 Episodes)

  6. Parley Baer

    Parley Baer

    Arthur J. Henson (34 Episodes), (3 Episodes)

  7. Jackie Coogan

    Jackie Coogan

    Zio Fester (34 Episodes)

  8. Marie Blake

    Marie Blake

    Nonna Addams (34 Episodes)

  9. Eddie Quillan

    Eddie Quillan

    Joe Digby (34 Episodes), (2 Episodes)

  10. Rolfe Sedan

    Rolfe Sedan

    Mr. Briggs (34 Episodes), (3 Episodes)

  11. Ted Cassidy

    Ted Cassidy

    Lurch (34 Episodes)

  12. Allyn Joslyn

    Allyn Joslyn

    Sam L. Hilliard (34 Episodes), (2 Episodes)

  13. Vito Scotti

    Vito Scotti

    Sam Picasso (34 Episodes), (3 Episodes)

  14. Barry Kelley

    Barry Kelley

    (2 Episodes)

  15. Bob LeMond

    (2 Episodes)

  16. Jimmy Cross

    (2 Episodes)

  17. George Barrows

    George Barrows

    (2 Episodes)

  18. Richard Reeves

    Richard Reeves

    (1 Episode)

  19. Peter Leeds

    Peter Leeds

    (1 Episode)

  20. Tommy Farrell

    Tommy Farrell

    (1 Episode)

  21. Elisabeth Fraser

    Elisabeth Fraser

    (1 Episode)

  22. Byron Foulger

    Byron Foulger

    (1 Episode)

  23. Del Moore

    Del Moore

    (1 Episode)

  24. Donald Foster

    (1 Episode)

  25. Ellen Corby

    Ellen Corby

    (1 Episode)

  26. Stanley Adams

    Stanley Adams

    (1 Episode)

  27. Olan Soule

    Olan Soule

    (1 Episode)

  28. Don Rickles

    Don Rickles

    (1 Episode)

  29. Jesse White

    Jesse White

    (1 Episode)

  30. Merry Anders

    Merry Anders

    (1 Episode)

  31. Patrick Moore

    Patrick Moore

    (1 Episode)

  32. Milton Frome

    Milton Frome

    (1 Episode)

  33. James Flavin

    James Flavin

    (1 Episode)

  34. Cynthia Pepper

    Cynthia Pepper

    (1 Episode)

  35. Madge Blake

    Madge Blake

    (1 Episode)

  36. Skip Homeier

    Skip Homeier

    (1 Episode)

  37. George N. Neise

    George N. Neise

    (1 Episode)

  38. Frank Nelson

    Frank Nelson

    (1 Episode)

  39. Roland Winters

    Roland Winters

    (1 Episode)

  40. Alan Reed

    Alan Reed

    (1 Episode)

  41. Ceil Cabot

    Ceil Cabot

    (1 Episode)

  42. Lee Bergere

    Lee Bergere

    (1 Episode)

  43. Richard Deacon

    Richard Deacon

    (1 Episode)

  44. Hal Baylor

    Hal Baylor

    (1 Episode)

  45. Hal Smith

    Hal Smith

    (1 Episode)

  46. Tom Lowell

    Tom Lowell

    (1 Episode)

  47. Nydia Westman

    Nydia Westman

    (1 Episode)

  48. Frank Wilcox

    Frank Wilcox

    (1 Episode)

  49. Hazel Shermet

    Hazel Shermet

    (1 Episode)

  50. Dorothy Neumann

    Dorothy Neumann

    (1 Episode)

  51. John Hart

    John Hart

    (1 Episode)

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Season Crew 14

Directing

  1. Sidney Lanfield

    Director (24 Episodes)

  2. Jerry Hopper

    Director (4 Episodes)

  3. Jean Yarbrough

    Jean Yarbrough

    Director (3 Episodes)

  4. Nat Perrin

    Director (1 Episode)

  5. Arthur Hiller

    Director (1 Episode)

  6. Arthur Lubin

    Arthur Lubin

    Director (1 Episode)

Writing

  1. Harry Winkler

    Writer (13 Episodes)

  2. Phil Leslie

    Writer (7 Episodes)

  3. Jameson Brewer

    Writer (4 Episodes)

  4. Sloan Nibley

    Writer (2 Episodes)

  5. Ben Gershman

    Writer (1 Episode)

  6. Jay Dratler

    Jay Dratler

    Writer (1 Episode)

  7. Ed James

    Writer (1 Episode)

  8. Seaman Jacobs

    Writer (1 Episode)

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Episodes 34

September 18, 1964

Sam Hilliard, a truant officer, shows up at the Addams family home, due to the fact that Pugsley and Wednesday are not attending school. Soon he discovers he's dealing with no typical everyday family.

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September 25, 1964

Gomez and Morticia are shocked when Pugsley joins the boy scouts, begins playing baseball and gets a puppy. Fearing something is wrong, they turn to a psychiatrist.

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October 2, 1964

Uncle Fester puts an ad in the personals column and when he doesn't get an immediate response he's heartbroken. Later, the Addams family mistakes a cosmetics saleswoman as a respondent to the ad.

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October 9, 1964

Sam Hilliard, the ex-truant officer, is running for city council. This puts Gomez in the campaign mood, and he decides to offer financial support.

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October 16, 1964

Pugsley and Wednesday get into a fight over families, with their friend Harold, who says that his family is better than their family. This prompts the Addams family to look back in their family tree.

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October 23, 1964

Gomez and Pugsley visit an old friend of the family, who owns a circus. There, Pugsley befriends Gorgo the Gorilla who later escapes and follows Pugsley home. Meanwhile, Morticia has hopes of joining the Ladies League.

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October 30, 1964

It's Halloween at the Addams' house when a pair of hold-up men come in for refuge after their getaway car runs out of gas. As police intensely comb the area, criminals Claude and Marty, accepted as party-goers, put up with the creepy household's holiday festivities as best they can, till Gomez' desk full of ready cash catches their eye. Now they want to stay but, unbeknownst to all, Thing is on to them and ready to take matters in hand.

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November 6, 1964

When Moticia's childhood friend, Lionel Barker, visits, Gomez views him as an old beau and current rival. Fearing he and Morticia might run off together, Gomez hires Mildred, an awkwardly man-crazy maid, to pull Lionel from Morticia, which doesn't work. When Morticia catches Gomez giving Mildred love lessons, she thinks her marriage is on the rocks. What neither realize is that Lionel's a white-collar con-man out to bilk Gomez.

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Newlyweds Hubert and Amanda Peterson move into their delightful new home, but when they find themselves right next door to the Addams estate, they straightaway want out of their one-year lease (especially after Uncle Fester's surprise "Welcome to the Neighborhood" visit through their living room floor). Unfortunately for them, the owner is none other than Gomez Addams, whom they must grin and bear for as long as it takes to be released (if ever).

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November 20, 1964

Wednesday packs up her spider and runs away after being scolded for using Uncle Fester's blasting caps instead of her own. Wednesday writes this note to her parents:

DEAR MOTHER AND FATHER, I HATE YOU. LOVE, WEDNESDAY

P.S. DON'T BOTHER LOOKING FOR BE BECAUSE I'M NOT ANYWHERE. GOODBYE. W.

Gomez and Morticia call the Police Department's Bureau of Missing Persons and get Sgt. Haley. Before Sgt. Haley arrives Fester has found Wednesday hiding in Pugsley' s room. Morticia decides to use reverse psychology on Wednesday, who promptly runs away for real. She shows up at Haley's desk at the police station. He calls the Family, who insist Wednesday isn't really missing. Fester comes to collect Wednesday. Sgt. Haley is being driven crazy by the Family and runs away, unable to take any more!

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November 27, 1964

Visiting dignitaries from an Iron Curtain country want to see a ""typical"" American family. Mr. Harris, the Government agent, is resistant to the idea. Mr. Haan insists, so they get out the phone book and randomly select a name. They land on the Addams listing. Mr. Harris tries to dissuade them from visiting the Addams claiming that they're not normal. This further fuels the V.I.P.'s desire to visit the family. The V.I.P.'s assume the Addamses are the typical American family. They visit the house and see Cleopatra, Morticia's carnivorous plant, Uncle Fester's ability to generate electricity, Pugsley's ray gun and Lurch, who they assume is a robot. They conclude that Americans highly advanced in science and technology. Mr. Klarpe makes a note of it and they make a report back home.

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December 4, 1964

Cousin Melancholia visits. Abandoned by her fiancé, she needs a man. Meanwhile, the firm of Ferguson-Riche & Fisher wants their Mr. Harvey to broker a deal with the Addamses since he's the only one among them who's dealt with them before (a fact which leaves Mr. Harvey repulsed at the thought and determined to resist further contact). When the Addamses learn he's a bachelor, they're not only eager to meet him but ready to set the wedding bells pealing and heartily welcome him into the family before he can say yes (or anything else).

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December 11, 1964

Gomez and Morticia are concerned when Lurch refuses to go to the annual Butler's Ball. They then learn the reason, Lurch can't dance. The Addams family then tries to help him by teaching him how to dance.

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December 18, 1964

Morticia has taken up painting (she throws the paint at the canvas) and Gomez has art critic Bosley Swain evaluate her Swain tactfully suggests a teacher, and Grandma calls Spain for Picasso, getting oddball Sam Picasso in- stead. He tries hard, but Bosley thinks the man is a crook. Gomez likes Sam, and decides (against Sam's wishes) to restore Sam's good name. Wednesday tries coaching him, but Sam keeps trying to escape his dungeon workshop. Swain sees Wednesday's paintings, thinking they're Sam's, and raves. Sam manages to return to Spain to take up the safer occupation of bullfighting, while the whole Addams Family takes up brushes.

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January 1, 1965

A young biker on the run from his domineering tycoon dad ends up hiding out in the Addams house, and the Addamses couldn't be happier.

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Hollister is an undercover operative who's been picking up odd radio signals from the Addams house. Convinced they're spies, he recruits the postman, Briggs, to help. Briggs panics when he gets in the house, though, and flees. Hollister then tries the plumber, Conkey, who's been called in to fix Kitty's water fountain. When Conkey acts suspiciously, Gomez calls the authorities ending up with Hollister. Morticia is convinced that Hollister is a spy, so they capture him and toss him in the dungeon. He sees that the source of the odd signals is Pugsley's new ham radio. Washington vouches for Hollister, so the Family allow him to go.

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January 15, 1965

Lurch's mother is coming to visit, and he confesses that she doesn't know he's just the servant. Morticia sees no problem: he can pretend the house is his, and she'll be maid and Gomez the butler, while the others move out to the cottage. Gomez tries to coach Lurch to be the gentleman, its hard to teach Lurch to be the master. Mother Lurch arrives, a tiny hellion that drives out Gomez and Morticia insane with her demands. She doesn't trust Gomez and is convinced that he and Morticia are out to take ""Lurch's"" money. She vows to protect her ""Sonny boy"" from the larcenous couple and whip Gomez and Morticia into shape. Matters worsen, and she has Lurch fire Gomez and Morticia. Fester and Grandmama are bored living in the cottage and aim to straighten things out. Mother Lurch has called to an agency to find new help. Fester and Grandmama show up and she thinks they're the replacements and hires them. Happy now, she goes home. The only problem left is that Lurch won't let Gomez or Morticia b

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January 22, 1965

Lately, Uncle Fester's been a bit rundown, literally unable to maintain his wattage. Since Dr. Mbogo, the reliable family witch doctor, is too busy to leave Africa, the Addamses must take their chances by engaging the services of a local physician, who pays them a house call.

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January 29, 1965

The Addams family hopes to vacation on the moon, but needs to raise a billion dollars. Using Gomez's new supercomputer, the family schemes to make the money by betting on horse races.

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February 5, 1965

Parks Commissioner Fiske visits the Addams house seeking contributions for expansion of the city zoo. Gomez believes visiting Cousin Itt - all hairy and gibbering four feet tall of him - would be perfect as the zoo's new curator. He has the two meet, but Commissioner Fisk misunderstands the intent and mistakes Itt for a new exotic animal attraction whom he has hauled away in chains when the others aren't looking. When the family finds out what's happened, Uncle Fester is ready to administer retribution the Addams way - with a bullet from behind.

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February 12, 1965

Grandma's been telling fortunes as Madame Bovary, helped by Thing. She's even set up a tent in the living room. Morticia is appalled and wants her to stop. It's too late, though, as the police arrest her. Gomez decides to be her lawyer, as 'Loophole' Addams. He refuses to let Grandma be sworn in, as telling the whole truth would cramp her style. The Judge orders Gomez off the case, and Morticia takes over. She accuses the police of harassment, and the Judge finds the whole family in contempt. The Judge's wife arrives, and turns out to be one of Grandma's best clients. She insists that her husband dismiss the case.

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February 19, 1965

Gomez is juggling with his Indian clubs and hits himself on the head knocking himself unconscious. When he comes to, his personality has drastically changed. He's now acting like a normal person. He's just insured his life for $1 million, and thinks the family is trying to kill him and collect. He wants Morticia to wear some cheerier clothes. She thinks another blow on the head might cure him, but hasn't the heart to do it. Fester does, however, and Gomez is restored. Unfortunately, Lurch has the same idea and hits Gomez again . . . Then Grandma 'cures' him, only for Pugsley to reverse it . . . Morticia is going crary with the flip-flopping personalities. Gomez panics, certain they're trying to kill him, and runs into a suit of armour. The blow cures him - but Fester' s hit his head and everything starts again.

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March 5, 1965

When Thing goes missing, the family discovers he's been "thing-napped."

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March 12, 1965

Once again, Fester's canon has wrecked the plumbing. The Arthur J. Henson Insurance Agency, subsidiary of Excelso Fidelity Insurance, is outraged by yet another in a series of payouts on the Addams policy, but a clause in the small print enables them to finally cancel it. Fester's allowance is subsequently suspended, so he gets a job - as an insurance salesman for Henson Insurance. It's not hard to guess to whom he sells his first policy, which has the head of the company in an uproar and storming his way to the Addams house to wheedle out of it.

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March 19, 1965

Lurch feels betrayed when Gomez and Morticia give their antique harpsichord to a museum.

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March 26, 1965

The stockmarket has collapsed, and thousands of people are going broke. Fester and Morticia think that the Family has lost all its money, while Gomez has bought a railroad to play with. Morticia rallies the Family to make money without telling Gomez, as it would upset him. Fester and Lurch start an escort service, Morticia teaches fencing and the kids start a henbane stand. Thing sells pencils. None of these are successes. Gomez is planning a vacation and the Family think he's lost his mind out of shock. Morticia decides to sell her jewels, so Fester blows open the safe. Inside is a railroad stock. Having heard about some mystery man buying railway stock, Morticia has Blooker the broker sell it to the ""Mystery Man"" which is Gomez. Gomez unwittingly buys his own stock. He' s puzzled by the whole thing as all their money is safe, except for that in the railroad, which sank into a swamp.

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April 2, 1965

Pugsley's late night missile launches cause no less than fourteen sighting calls to the Bureau of Mysterious Space Objects (M.S.O.). The Addamses are about to leave for a combined midnight picnic and snail hunt when they hear an announcement of unknown flying objects in their area. Thinking there might be Martians about, they happily decide to tarry and see while investigators from the M.S.O. converge upon the Addams estate with the same idea. The two parties meet, each deciding that the others are from another world.

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April 9, 1965

Fester's working on a new experiment when something goes wrong. An organ grinder's chimp wanders into the house when Fester's experiment blows up. Pugsley was watching, and was knocked through a wall. When the smoke clears, Fester sees the chimp and thinks he's transformed Pugsley into the chimp. Morticia thinks the chimp is nice, but wants her son back. Fester tries contacting the spirit world for advice. Pugsley and tries to explain to Fester that he's behind a secret door. He's eventually freed and the chimp returned to his owner. Wednesday turns up with a new boyfriend - the invisible man's invisible son.

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April 16, 1965

The family decides to donate their most precious things to the local bazaar.

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April 23, 1965

The city is planning to put a freeway through the Addams' neighborhood. In fact, the Addams' house is slated for demolition. Gomez and Morticia must find a solution, or else the house will be destroyed. Arthur J. Henson, city commissioner, visits to underscore the point: the Addams must move out. Unwilling to leave their precious home, Gomez and Morticia arrive at an idea: have the house moved to another location. Gomez buys the vacant lot next to Arthur Henson's home, and he pays to have their house moved there.

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April 30, 1965

Uncle Fester confesses that he's exaggerated himself to his Illinois pen pal, Madelyn, especially about having a full head of hair - a mane to equal his bristling athleticism. For Madelyn's forthcoming visit, Morticia and Gomez have Uncle Fester outfitted with a hairpiece, but when Morticia learns that Madelyn has had five husbands, all now dead, she begins to worry for Uncle Fester's future happiness.

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Morticia thinks marriage counseling would be the perfect career choice for Cousin Itt. To prove it to him, she and Gomez pretend to be a couple in trouble, but the pretense goes awry when she starts believing in parts of Gomez's fanciful play-acting. Now Morticia and Gomez really are a couple in trouble, and Itt won't do as a marriage councilor at all. Finally, a professional vocation advisor is called in to evaluate Itt, with an astonishing result.

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May 14, 1965

Low grunts and grumbles while at the harpsichord constitute Lurch's manner of singing. Gomez has a record company record him and soon the Addams house is surrounded by excited teenyboppers, fawning and fainting over Lurch when he becomes the newest hit sensation. All that blind adoration goes to Lurch's head, and the Addames quickly find they have a self-centered butler who won't "buttle" any longer. Could it be they've created a monster?

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May 21, 1965

Fester reads an article that claims that apparently happy marriages are dangerous, because there is sickness hidden within. Since Gomez and Morticia are so happy, Fester thinks he'd better help out and make them have a few fights for their own good. He visits Drasi Dumo, Gomez's yoga master, and has Gomez thrown out of his yoga society saying that Morticia's requested it. Fester's plan backfires because Gomez enjoys being with Morticia all that time he would have spent on yoga. Fester then calls the article's author, Dr. Chalon, who comes to offer advice. He's very attracted to Morticia, and Fester stirs this up to cause trouble. Dr. Chalon is the best swordsman in France, and Gomez challenges him to a duel. Fester's getting worried, but Gomez would rather be dead than lose Morticia. Dr. Chalon calls off the fight, declaring that their marriage is perfect just the way it is.

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