Though Uncle Fester is a regular on the TV series, Charles Addams' prototype for Fester in the New Yorker cartoons was almost exclusively solitary, never shown indoors with the other family (except once as a painted portrait), and only once outdoors with the children (going fishing with dynamite).
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...
Okay, so this is what I've found out with my 'obsession' with the Addams family of the like of Wednesday and Pugsley since their ages are very different in different versions:
..::The Addams Family 1964 - 1966::..
This is first series with two young children. Wednesday - Lisa Loring 6 - 8 years old Pugsley - Kenneth Weatherwax 9 - 10 years old
..::Halloween With The New Addams Family 1977::..
Somehow Gomez and Morticia apparently have produced two meer children that look exactly like their last named Wednesday and Pugsley aswell! They also wear the same thing! Wednesday - Lisa Loring 19 years old Pugsley...