The Munsters (1964–1966)
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Herman Munster, Shutterbug 

Herman has taken up photography as a new hobby and inadvertently snaps a picture of two bank robbers leaving the scene of the crime. The robbers in question soon locate the Munster's house ... See full summary »

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Herman has taken up photography as a new hobby and inadvertently snaps a picture of two bank robbers leaving the scene of the crime. The robbers in question soon locate the Munster's house (by searching for the Munster's Koach) in order to get their hands on the incriminating evidence. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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7 October 1965 (USA)  »

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Lou: Hey green boy, how come you're not in the living room?
Herman Munster: Well I just came in here to stall- eh, I, I mean to see if you were comfortable.
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Herbie Faye & Joe De Santis - More Great TV Actors Of The Era
16 January 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Herman's new hobby inadvertently gets him into trouble. The hobby is photography and while Herman is out taking pictures one afternoon, he snaps one of two bank robbers fleeing the scene, pistols in hand. Herman is too dumb to see what he's taken, so it's explained to him by Grandpa and Lily. It's especially evident the next day when there is a front page story of the holdup and a report that an unidentified man was seen in the area taking pictures. The robbers who remember the strange-looking auto (the "hoise," as one crook puts it in his best Brooklyn-ese) track down Herman at Mockingbird Lane.

Earlier slapstick scenes include Herman taking pictures in a park and scaring an old lady, who jumps in the lake, and a Daniel Boone statue, which comes alive and runs away.

The crooks were familiar actors to TV dramas and sitcoms in the 1950s through the '70s: Herbie Faye ("Rod") and Joe De Santis ("Lou"). You may not know their names, but you'd recognize their faces. Faye played "Cpl. Fender" on the famous Sgt. Bilko TV show.

Part of the fun of the episode - in fact, most of the second half - is watching the reaction of the two bank robbers to "normal, daily life" of the Munsters.


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