The Addams Family (1964–1966)
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The Addams Family and the Spaceman 

Pugsley's late night missile launches cause no less than fourteen sighting calls to the Bureau of Mysterious Space Objects (M.S.O.). The Addamses are about to leave for a combined midnight ... See full summary »

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Wednesday Addams
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Pugsley's late night missile launches cause no less than fourteen sighting calls to the Bureau of Mysterious Space Objects (M.S.O.). The Addamses are about to leave for a combined midnight picnic and snail hunt when they hear an announcement of unknown flying objects in their area. Thinking there might be Martians about, they happily decide to tarry and see while investigators from the M.S.O. converge upon the Addams estate with the same idea. The two parties meet, each deciding that the others are from another world. Written by statmanjeff

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Comedy | Family | Horror

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2 April 1965 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Professor Altshuler: If dey are not Martians and you are not Martians - heh - vot am I doing here?
Morticia Frump Addams: That's an interesting point.
Gomez Addams: [enthusiastically] Why don't we all go outside, look around some more?
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