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|The Munsters' Revenge|
The first family of fright is back again!
|Title||The Munsters' Revenge|
|Directed by||Don Weis|
|Written by||Arthur Alsberg; Don Nelson|
|Produced by||Edward J. Montagne; Arthur Alsberg; Don Nelson|
|Music by||Vic Mizzy|
|Cinematography||Harry L. Wolf|
|Edited by||Frederic W. Baratta|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures; Universal TV|
|Release date(s)||February 27th, 1981|
|Running time||96 min.|
|Preceded by||Munster, Go Home (1966)|
|Followed by||Here Come the Munsters (1995)|
The Munsters' Revenge is an American comedy television movie with elements of horror and the supernatural. It is a sequel to the popular 1964-1966 television series The Munsters and was directed by Don Weis and written by Arthur Alsberg and Don Nelson. It first aired on NBC on February 27th, 1981. The film stars Fred Gwynne, Yvonne De Carlo and Al Lewis all reprising their roles of Herman Munster, Lily Munster and Grandpa (respectively). The other major characters, Eddie Munster and Marilyn Munster are now played by K.C. Martel and Jo McDonnell. In the original series, Eddie was played by Butch Patrick and Marilyn was played by Beverley Owen and later, Pat Priest.
|Fred Gwynne||Herman Munster|
|Al Lewis||Grandpa Dracula|
|Yvonne De Carlo||Lily Munster|
|K.C. Martel||Eddie Munster|
|Jo McDonnell||Marilyn Munster|
|Bob Hastings||Phantom of the Opera|
|Peter Fox||Glen Boyle|
|Herbert Voland||Police Chief Harry Boyle|
|Charles Macaulay||Police commissioner|
|Sid Caesar||Doctor Dustin Diablo|
|Ezra Stone||Doctor Lichtlighter|
|Sandy-Alexander Champion||Patrolman Pete|
|Gary Vinson||Patrolman Larry|
|Barry Pearl||Warren Thurston|
|Dolores Mann||Mrs. Furnstrom|
|Hillary Horan||The girl|
|Kenny Rhodes||The boy|
|Read Morgan||Loader #2|
|Mickey Deems||Loader #1|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Copyright holder: © 1981, Universal City Studios, Inc.
- The Munsters' Revenge was filmed at Universal Studios in Universal City, California.
- Bob Hastings, who plays the Munster family butler, the Phantom of the Opera, also provided the voice for the raven, Nevermore in the original Munsters television series.
- Ezra Stone, who plays Doctor Lichtlighter in this film, was a director on the original television series. He directed twenty-seven episodes of The Munsters in total.
- Lou Richards is uncredited for his participation in this film.
See also Edit
External Links Edit
|The Munsters television franchise. |
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