The Addams family hopes to vacation on the moon, but needs to raise a billion dollars. Using Gomez's new supercomputer, the family schemes to make the money by betting on horse races.

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The Addams Family decides to take a holiday vacation to the moon. To raise the required capital for this costly venture, Gomez calls upon his conservative investment advisor, Mr. Hulen, to place a series of horse race bets selected by Pugsley's homemade computer. Mr. Hulen laughs off this plan and believes he's doing Gomez a favor by not placing the initial bet, but when the horses start winning in succession, Mr. Hulen's future as a financial advisor approaches its own finish line. Written by statmanjeff

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29 January 1965 (USA)  »

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When Lurch plays the harpsichord at the beginning, the movement of his fingers does not match the music that is heard. See more »

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Uncle Fester Frump: Hm! There must be SOME way to pick up that kind of money.
Gomez Addams: I've got it! We'll invent something that costs a dime to make, sells for a dollar and is habit-forming.
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