|The Addams Family|
|Starring|| Carolyn Jones|
|No. of Episodes||64|
|Main Directors||Sidney Lanfield|
|Main Writers|| Charles Addams|
|Run Dates||18 September 1964 - 8 April 1966|
The 30-minute series was shot in black and white and aired for two seasons in 64 installments on ABC from 18 September 1964 to 8 April 1966. The Addams Family ranked 23rd in its first season, with a 23.9 rating. The show is the first adaptation of the characters to feature The Addams Family Theme, written and arranged by Vic Mizzy, and its memorable accompaniment of harpsichord and finger-snapping.
It was originally produced by Filmways Inc. at General Service Studios in Hollywood. Successor company MGM Television (via The Program Exchange for broadcast syndication, 20th Century Fox Television for home video/DVD) owns the rights to the show. At one point, distribution rights were licensed to Worldvision Enterprises.
This show can be seen on TV Land. It is often compared to its working-class rival, The Munsters, which ran for the same two seasons and achieved somewhat higher Nielsen ratings.
Main Titles Gallery
- Carolyn Jones as Morticia Addams
- John Astin as Gomez Addams
- Ted Cassidy as Lurch
- Jackie Coogan as Uncle Fester
- Ken Weatherwax as Pugsley Addams
- Lisa Loring as Wednesday Addams
- Blossom Rock as Grandmama Addams
- Ted Cassidy as Thing T. Thing
- Felix Silla as Cousin Itt
- Anthony Magro as Voice of Cousin Itt
- Parley Baer as Mayor Arthur J. Henson
- Eddie Quillan as Clyde Arbogast
- Vito Scotti as Sam Picasso
- Rolfe Sedan as Mr. Briggs
- Herbert W. Browar, associate producer
- David Levy, executive producer
- Nat Perrin, producer
- Vic Mizzy, original music
- Archie R. Dalzell, cinematographer
- Joseph Harrison, editor
- Douglas Hines, editor
- Gerald Shepard, editor
- Kerwin Coughlin, casting
- Edward L. Ilou, art director
- Norman Pringle, make-up artist
- Myrl Stoltz, hair stylist
- Robert Freedman, post-production supervisor
- Jack Voglin, assistant director
- Joe Thompson, property master
- George J. Eppich, sound editor
- Earl E. Spicer, sound mixer
- Don J. Bassman, sound recordist
- Al Boyle, boom man
- Ray Regula, sound recordist)
- Larry Chapman,special effects
- Joe Zomar, special effects
- Robert Cole, special effects
- Bob Overbeck, special effects
- Myrtle Logan, costume supervisor
- Dave Kahn, music coordinator, music supervisor
- David Levy, developed for television by
- Richard Greer, production coordinator
- Stanley Olsen, script supervisor
- Stanley Scheuer, script supervisor
- Frank Inn, animal trainer
- "The Addams Family Goes to School"
- "Morticia and the Psychiatrist"
- "Fester's Punctured Romance"
- "Gomez, the Politician"
- "The Addams Family Tree"
- "Morticia Joins the Ladies League"
- "Halloween with the Addams Family"
- "Green-Eyed Gomez"
- "The New Neighbors Meet the Addams Family"
- "Wednesday Leaves Home"
- "The Addams Family Meet the VIPs"
- "Morticia, the Matchmaker"
- "Lurch Learns to Dance"
- "Art and the Addams Family"
- "The Addams Family Meets a Beatnik"
- "The Addams Family Meets the Undercover Man"
- "Mother Lurch Visits the Addams Family"
- "Uncle Fester's Illness"
- "The Addams Family Splurges"
- "Cousin Itt Visits the Addams Family"
- "The Addams Family in Court"
- "Amnesia in the Addams Family"
- "Thing is Missing"
- "Crisis in the Addams Family"
- "Lurch and His Harpsichord"
- "Morticia, the Breadwinner"
- "The Addams Family and the Spaceman"
- "My Son, the Chimp"
- "Morticia's Favorite Charity"
- "Progress and the Addams Family"
- "Uncle Fester's Toupee"
- "Cousin Itt and the Vocational Counselor"
- "Lurch, the Teenage Idol"
- "The Winning of Morticia Addams"
- "My Fair Cousin Itt"
- "Morticia's Romance: Part 1"
- "Morticia's Romance: Part 2"
- "Morticia Meets Royalty"
- "Gomez, the People's Choice"
- "Cousin Itt's Problem"
- "Halloween - Addams Style"
- "Morticia, the Writer"
- "Morticia, the Sculptress"
- "Gomez, the Reluctant Lover"
- "Feud in the Addams Family"
- "Gomez, the Cat Burglar"
- "Portrait of Gomez"
- "Morticia's Dilemma"
- "Christmas with the Addams Family"
- "Uncle Fester, Tycoon"
- "Morticia and Gomez vs. Fester and Grandmama"
- "Fester Goes on a Diet"
- "The Great Treasure Hunt"
- "Ophelia Finds Romance"
- "Pugsley's Allowance"
- "Happy Birthday, Grandma Frump"
- "Morticia, the Decorator"
- "Ophelia Visits Morticia"
- "Addams Cum Laude"
- "Cat Addams"
- "Lurch's Little Helper"
- "The Addams Policy"
- "Lurch's Grand Romance"
- "Ophelia's Career"