Fred Gwynne as Herman Munster
Yvonne De Carlo as Lily Munster
Al Lewis as Grandpa Munster
Butch Patrick as Edward Wolfgang (Eddie) Munster
Beverley Owen as Marilyn Munster (1964)
Pat Priest as Marilyn Munster
Get the whole first season on DVD! The
Munsters is headed for DVD on August 24, in time for its 40th anniversary,
Universal Home Entertainment announced. The show, starring Fred
Gwynne and Yvonne De Carlo, aired from 1964 to '66 on CBS.
The Munsters: The Complete First Season [DVD](1964) DVD All
38 episodes from the series' debut season--including "Munster
Masquerade," "Herman the Great," "Grandpa Leaves Home," "Follow
That Munster," and "Yes Galen, There Is a Herman"--are collected
in this three-disc set. 16 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack:
English Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: French, Spanish; bonus
unaired pilot episode; bonus feature "Munster, Go Home!" (1966).
Munsters: The Complete Second Season [DVD](1965)
All 32 episodes from season two--including "Herman's Child
Psychology," "Will Success Spoil Herman Munster?," "The Fregosi
Emerald," "Zombo," and "A House Divided"--are collected in a
three-disc set. 13 3/4 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English
Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English (SDH), Spanish;
vs. The Munsters Family Feud VHS
Here are two shows on classic TV shows. In "The Addams
Family and Friends," rare film clips, outtakes and an
interview with John Astin help tell the story of the hit show.
And in "The Munsters: Lost Color Episode," clips from
the series pilot film, rare promo segments and behind-the-scenes
footage paint a lovably gruesome picture of the 1313 Mockingbird
Lane residents. 60 min. Note: I have not seen this tape,
but I respect the opinion of Stephan Strong at ClassicTVHits.com,
he says the quality is poor, and it's rather short.
TV's freaky family is back in a
howl-arious feature-length comedy. When mad scientist Sid Caesar
creates robot doubles of Herman and Grandpa to rob banks, the
Munsters catch the real crooks. Fred Gwynne, Yvonne DeCarlo, Al
Lewis star. 96 min.
TV Pilots, Vol. 4: Munsters
This salute to TV's most monstrous
family starts off with a five-minute clip, the only surviving
footage, from the original color "My Fair Munster"
pilot, followed by the complete 17-minute black-and-white
version. Next is the unaired version of the second pilot (see if
you can spot subtle changes such as Eddie's make-up), and
rounding out the collection is a "Munsters at
Marineland" promo, the theatrical trailer for the 1966 film
"Munster, Go Home!" and a Cheerios TV commercial with
the cast. 55 min. total.