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The Addams Family Boxed Notecards
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Charles Addams (1912–1988) first created Morticia, Lurch, and The Thing in a cartoon published in a 1938 issue of The New Yorker—though he hadn’t named them at the time or conceived of a family unit. Other characters were born and developed in the multitude of Addams’s cartoons produced over the next twenty-six years, before the cheerfully creepy clan debuted on ABC television in 1964, on the big screen in 1991 and 1993, and on Broadway in 2010.
Albeit from the dark side, The Addams Family is a model of strong family values: They hang together; they feel secure with one another; they have rules and morals that keep the family unit intact. Sure, they moonbathe instead of sunbathe; they prefer gazing at the sweeping vista of a cemetery rather than at sunlit rolling hills; they take their outings in Central Park in the dead of night. The point is, they do these things together. They might be scary, weird, creepy, and macabre, but The Addams Family is our secret envy. If only our family dinners could be so much fun!
Contains five each of the following notecards:
Twenty assorted 5 x 7" blank notecards (5 each of 4 styles) with envelopes in a decorative box.
Item Price: $12.00
Member Price: $10.80