Hilarity ensues when a family of monsters move into the neighborhood. THE MUNSTERS was a smash hit in the mid-60s. Do you remember Herman, Lilly, Grandpa and the kids? How would you describe this show to a Millenial today? You have three words …
THE MUNSTERS (1964-66)
Playing off the “trope” of the nuclear family, THE MUNSTERS mined comedy gold for CBS in the early 60s. The show re-teamed Fred Gwynne (Herman) with Al Lewis (Grandpa) who had starred in the 50s sitcom, CAR 54, WHERE ARE YOU?
Here’s a quick summary:
A family of friendly monsters have misadventures, never quite understanding why people react to them so strangely.
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Oh goody, goody, goody, goody, goody …
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