Munster, Go Home! (1966)
Grandpa Munster: Listen, buster, this is modern day England, you can't get away with knocking off Herman!
Freddie Munster: But that's what makes the whole thing so delightful, we can!
Herman: "Car 54, Where Are You?" - when finally discovering the secret of Munster Hall.
Herman: I want to go to the party and put on funny hats and be obnoxious and talk too loud and get stoned- uphold the American image abroad.
Marilyn Munster: Uncle Cavanaugh? I didn't know there were any English Munsters.
Grandpa Munster: Marilyn dear, no matter where you go in the world, you can always dig up one of our relatives.
Lily Munster: Marilyn, if you should happen to meet any strange men on board, be sure and speak to them.
Herman: That's right, dear. Don't let your... unatractiveness make you self conscious.
Eddie Munster: Mom, how come pop inherited an English title? I thought he was made in Germany.
Lily Munster: Well you see, Eddie, at an early age, your father left doctor Frankenstein's lab in Germany...
Herman: [Herman puts a monocle over his eye and looks in the mirror, which promptly shatters] That's right, son.
Lily Munster: ...and then he arrived in England and he was adopted by a family called Munster, who gave him their name.
Eddie Munster: [to Marylin] Since you got to be an old lady of nineteen, you don't wanna have any fun at all!
Marilyn Munster: [trying to get out of a Ferrari GT Spider without revealing too much leg] A girl has trouble getting out of these things...
Roger: Yes, I think the Italians designed them that way.
Shipmate: Did ya hear that?
Shipmate: I saw a movie once where a dog howled like that and the next thing you know, he turned back into Lon Chaney, Jr.
Roger: I say, I say, you must tell me something. Did you just hideous giant with a ghastly green face?
Herbert: I see them all the time, friend, all the time.
Lady Effigie Munster: Really children. Last night couldn't have been more badly bungled if I had given it to parliament to do.
Cruikshank: Can I get you a bite of breakfast, governor?
Herman: Oh, thank you very much, Cruikshank, eh, but I am not a governor. I never even made Alderman.
Herman: I'm a simple man, a man of the people. You may call me: Lord.
Grace: Mumsy, Freddy is bashing his head against the wall and if he opens a vein it will ruin the drapes.
Grandpa Munster: Herman, I must ask Freddie where he gets his slime. It looks imported.
Freddie Munster: Mumsy, let me do him in, pretty please?
Lady Effigie Munster: He shall be done in, but according to the Griffin's prearranged plan.
Millie: What's the matter with you two blokes? I've seen zombies at the flickers looking 'appier than you two.
Lily Munster: Oh! Freddie Munster, you're not a very nice person!
Freddie Munster: I am a thorough rotter. Like all the Musters before me, and proud of it!
Eddie Munster: I hope those guys didn't bring any more to-mah-tos
Lily Munster: [Lily and Grandpa are 'borrowing' a couple of horses] Grandpa, what if we get caught?
Grandpa Munster: Listen, it won't be the first time I was hanged as a horse thief.
Freddie Munster: By the way, where's my darling mumsy?
Grace: I don't know. I don't understand her missing this, she so enjoys a good killing.
Freddie Munster: [still wondering about the identity of 'The Griffin'] By jove, I've got it! It's Cruikshank's! You know, whenever the Americans make a picture about the British, it's always the butler!
Freddie Munster: Let's bash him on the head with something jagged.