Production info

Mummy Munster
USA, 1965  TV  

TV-series The Munsters

Butch Patrick, Fred Gwynne, Yvonne DeCarlo
Directed by Ezra Stone

  

Herman arranges to meet Marilyn at the natural history museum. But he accidentally gets himself locked inside an Egyptian sarcophagus, whereupon a sleeping pill he swallowed earlier takes effect. A pair of museum curators open the box the next day and mistake the sleeping Herman for an ancient mummy. When Lily reads about their supposed scientific discovery in the newspaper, she goes to the museum and requests that the curators put Herman in a cab and send him home as soon as he wakes up.

Episode 32 of the creepy television series "The Munsters". This series was a CBS network competitor to the ABC network "The Addams Family" production. It ran for only 40 episodes in 2 years, from 1964 until 1966.


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