You are correct with the trivia question answers from both of your posts.
I thought you might be the first to reply ... we're both from around that age group during that special time of television when comedy TV series were really funny - i.e. The Beverly Hillbillies, McHale's Navy, The Munsters, just to name a few.
Shown below is a photo of The Munsters with Fred Gwynne as "Herman Munster" - Al Lewis as "Grandpa Munster" and Butch Patrick as "Eddie Munster" along with the rest of the cast.
It was a fun time when Butch Patrick made an appearance at the 2010 ASA of PA Charity Challenge Championship to promote the event and sign autographs.
If anyone would have told me when I was a kid watching The Munsters that I would be hanging around with Eddie Munster one day, I wouldn't have believed them.
I really enjoyed asking him questions about where and how they filmed the show at Universal Studios Hollywood, and one of the things he told me was something I never would have known, that between takes of the filming when he wasn't in the shoot he would sit around at the McHale's Navy Lagoon and talk and sometimes have lunch with Ernest Borgnine "Captain McHale" since McHale's Navy was filming on the lot next to The Munsters.
Did you know that Steve Dimitry does a great Herman Munster impersonation ... next time you see him, ask him to do it - it'll really crack you up, it's that good.