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CBS was so nervous that this NBC made-for-television film would be a smash success that they scheduled a telecast of MGM's The Wizard of Oz (1939) opposite it. The new "Munster" film did not live up to expectations and was quickly forgotten. See more »
Whenever Grandpa turns into a bat and flies around, the strings holding the rubber bat up are visible. See more »
What this film needs is a laugh track, but even with that we've got a missed opportunity on our hands. Still in all, it's a treat to see the family reunited (especially considering how much Fred Gwynne despised his role). It's still nice to see Herman and grandpa getting into those same old jams, but what's with that Eddie? Should have had Butch Patrick return as the now-grown son.
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