Munster, Go Home (1966)





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Herman Munster and his ghoulish clan leave the confines of their 1960s television series The Munsters to try their luck on the big screen in this feature length comedy that chronicles their adventures in merry England where Herman has inherited a large estate. Unfortunately, the Munsters do not realize that their new home is already inhabited by a ring of counterfeiters determined to frighten the family back to the United States.

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Television, Kids & Family, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Joe Connelly, George Tibbles
In Theaters:
On DVD: Sep 21, 1999
Universal Pictures



as Herman Munster

as Lily Munster

as Grandpa Munster

as Lady Effigie Munster

as Eddie Munster

as Marilyn Munster

as Freddie Munster

as Roger Moresby

as Cruikshank

as Squire Moresby

as Grace Munster

as Herbert

as Mrs. Moresby

as Hennesy

as Shipmate
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Well its not as good as the series but its still fun. All the original cast except one make it much better than it should be, the story is OK, basic, and the look is alright, again, not as cool as the series. I miss the black n white, there's more mystery with that look. It should have been done better really, a missed chance, needed more ghouls and spookyness and preferably in the Munster house.

Phil Hubbs

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Herman Muster inherits a title as well as lots of money and a castle in England, so the family ventures over there to start their new life. They are not well liked due to the 300 years of the English wing of the family having a reputation of being seen as the "others" - odd, alien, bloodsuckers who are known for such misdoings as poisoning wells and killing people in the countryside and doing strange things to the bodies. The family has a nefarious reputation, but are wealthy and have been able to buy off the town constable. I wasnt familiar with the series, but I found this rather enjoyable with lots of gags, especially owing to the classic Universal monsters.


The only movie to feature almost feature all original cast members except Pat Priest. Herman inherits the Munster family estate in England, and must travel there to accept it. At the same time, the other Munster family members want to scare their cousin Herman out of the estate for their own. The Dragula makes its comeback in this as Hermans' race car to win the prize and the Munster estate. Look for a young Richard Dawson in the English pub when Lilly asks for directions.


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