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The owner of a wax museum has an exhibit dedicated to the Munsters. When he uses robots that look like Herman and Granpa to pull a jewelry heist, everyone thinks that the real Herman and Grandpa did it. They must prove their innocence and uncover the real thieves. Written by
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America's most fun scary family returns in this harmless TV-movie. Everybody's back, save the kids who are replaced by.... well, kids (the former kids are now grownups somewhere else).
Herman is still super nice and carries his effeminate undertones along for the ride. Yvonne DeCarlo was probably glad she had to wear tons of makeup, because she has aged a decade or so. Al Lewis is as sprightly as ever and has the funniest line in the film -- Herman says, "Cross your fingers, Grandpa", to which vampire Grandpa replies, "Please Herman... no crosses."
A good time to be had by all, particularly if your a bloodthirsty devotee of the series.
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