The Munsters' Revenge

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The Munsters' Revenge
Written by Arthur Alsberg
Don Nelson
Directed by Don Weis
Starring Fred Gwynne
Yvonne De Carlo
Al Lewis
Jo McDonnell
K. C. Martel
Sid Caesar
Bob Hastings
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Production
Executive producer(s) Edward J. Montagne
Producer(s) Don Nelson
Arthur Alsberg
Cinematography Harry L. Wolf
Editor(s) Frederic W. Baratta
Running time 83 minutes
Production company(s) Universal Television
Distributor NBC
Release
Original network NBC
Original release February 27, 1981 (1981-02-27)
Chronology
Preceded by Munster, Go Home!
Followed by Here Come the Munsters
Related shows The Munsters

The Munsters' Revenge is a 1981 American made-for-television science fiction comedy film based on the 1964–1966 sitcom The Munsters which reunited original cast members Fred Gwynne, Yvonne De Carlo and Al Lewis. Marilyn Munster was portrayed by Jo McDonnell and Eddie Munster by Canadian child actor K. C. Martel. The film was directed by Don Weis (which wound up being his last film) and originally aired on NBC on February 27, 1981.

Plot[edit]

The film begins with the Munster family making a visit to the wax museum. They take a picture of themselves standing next to their wax replicas. When the family leaves, the statues in the museum (which are actually robots) mysteriously come to life and begin wreaking havoc across the city. Herman and Grandpa are then arrested for various crimes they did not commit and try to clear their names in time for the Halloween celebration at the Munster home.

Main cast[edit]

Character Actor
Herman Munster Fred Gwynne
Lily Munster Yvonne De Carlo
Grandpa Al Lewis
Marilyn Munster Jo McDonnell[1]
Eddie Munster K. C. Martel
Dr. Dustin Diablo Sid Caesar
Phantom of the Opera Bob Hastings

Home media[edit]

The Munsters' Revenge was released on VHS by Gaiam on November 7, 1996. It is available in the US on a 2006 DVD double-feature known as Two-Movie Fright Fest alongside Munster, Go Home!.[2]

It is available on DVD in Region 4 as part of 'The Munsters Collection' boxset which was released August 3rd 2016.[3]

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