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Munster Go Home
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Directed By
Earl Bellamy

Written By:
George Tibbles, Joe Connelly, Bob Mosher

Fred Gwynne, Yvonne De Carlo, Al Lewis, Butch Patrick, Debbie Watson, Terry-Thomas, Hermione Gingold, Robert Pine, John Carradine, Bernard Fox, Richard Dawson, Arthur Malet

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Munster Go Home (1966)
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Movie Review by Gater
February 26th, 2009

Munster/E.T./Lassie/Everyone - Go Home

I sort of enjoyed this flick. But I found that The Munster Family came nowhere near to being quirky, or eccentric, enough for my liking. I certainly didn't expect The Munsters to be a bunch of sadistic nasties, or anything like that. But for the most part they were just plain, dumb folk in monster make-up, saying really stupid things. And that got pretty boring, fast.

I had hoped that Munster, Go Home! would've been one of those flicks meant for the young, and the young at heart (like me). But, as I quickly found out, its humor and comic situations were entirely geared to the 8 - 12 year-old age range. So, that left me out, doing other things, rather than concentrating on the movie.

In Munster, Go Home! Herman, Lily, Grampa, Eddy, and Marilyn all travel over to England together to claim a castle that they've supposedly inherited from some distant relative.

Munster, Go Home! was a very juvenile production based on the popular TV Sitcom from the mid-60's.

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