The Munsters (1964–1966)
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Far Out Munsters 

The Munsters rent their house to a rock group.



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Episode cast overview:
Pat Priest ...
Pops Murdock
Kelton Garwood ...
The Hermit
The Man with the beard
Frank Killmond ...
The Bellboy
Sue Winton ...
The Girl
Tom Curtis ...
The Doorman
The Standells ...


Eddie comes up with a new music taste: rock music. After putting a record in the phonograph, Herman and Grandpa get very angry about that noisy music. Later, a rock group manager sees in the paper that the Munsters' house is perfect as a shelter for The Standells, the rock group. The manager goes to visit the Munsters and offers them $1,500 dollars to rent the house for one week. Herman and Grandpa won't like the idea, but Lily considers that the money could be good for pay some debts. The family leave the house and go to a posh hotel. However, so much elegance won't fit with the family taste and quickly leave the hotel and return home. That night, they find that The Standells are having a party with a few guests, kind of marginal and strange. The guests receive effusively the Munsters, and invited them to join the party and to show them their intellectual and artistic qualities. Herman recites a funny poem, Lily sangs a romantic song, and finally Grandpa and the whole family will ... Written by Alejandro Frias

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18 March 1965 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Lily plays the harp and sings "He's Gone Away". Gomer Pyle played guitar and sang the same song the previous year in Gomer Pyle: USMC: A Date for the Colonel's Daughter (1964). See more »


Eddie Munster: Hey mom, can I go out and walk around the ledge?
Lily Munster: Oh no, no, Eddie, you might fall off and hurt somebody.
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The Munsters rent out their house and then want to renege only to find the renters are throwing a party .
28 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Far out Munsters is a fun episode and is one of the best of the bunch .When the Munsters decide to rent out the mansion at 1313 mockingbird lane you just don't know what to expect !The renters turn out to be a rock & roll band . The mix of rock & rollers , of that era , and The Munsters works well and makes for some interesting scenes . When The Munsters return home (after deciding not to stay at the hotel) they find the band has thrown a party . Now , you just know that The Munsters will only add life to this party . The Standells are excellent , Herman's poetry was a howler , and when Lilly performs for the crowd we lost it . Al Lewis as Grandpa is his usual superb self , with a couple of trick gags , and Eddie Munster has some funny banter. Beautiful Pat Priest was and always will be the best Marilyn . Nothing will ever be like The Munsters and Far Out Munsters is a good snippet of the essence of why they will live forever in T.V. Land .

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