The Munsters’ full-length Technicolor Universal feature was directed by Earl Bellamy, who directed several episodes of “The Munsters” TV series. The film was produced by veteran television producers Joe Connelly and Bob Mosher (who also produced “The Munsters” from 1964-66 and the duo’s earlier television series for MCA, “Leave It to Beaver” from 1957-63).
Universal Studios released “Munster, Go Home” to theaters on June 15, 1966; one month after “The Munsters” TV series concluded on the CBS television network (according to details from IMDB).
This will mark Sven’s sixth showcase of “Munster, Go Home!” (1966) on Me-TV. He previously showcased the legendary Universal TV monster family’s full-length feature comedy back in Feb. 2012*, July 2013, May 2014, Nov. 2015 and April 2017.
Who was in “Munster, Go Home!” (1966)
The players who appeared in “Munster, Go Home!” (1966) were Fred Gwynne (as Herman Munster), Yvonne De Carlo (as Lily Munster), Al Lewis (as Grandpa Munster), Butch Patrick (as Eddie Munster), Debbie Watson (as the third Marilyn Munster after Beverley Owen and Pat Priest in the TV series; Watson previously played Tammy Tarleton in Universal’s short-lived TV adaptation of the studio’s “Tammy” comedies), John Carradine (as Cruikshank), distinguished stage performer Hermione Gingold (as Lady Effigie Munster), Richard Dawson (as Joey), comedian Terry-Thomas (as Freddie Munster), Bernard Fox (as Squire Lester Moresby) and Robert Pine (as Roger Moresby).