The Munsters: A Trip Down Mockingbird Lane
If you recognize the famous Mockingbird Lane address, you probably grew up in the 1960s and never missed a chance to see the Munsters, the working stiffs (get it?) of ghouls. Now it's time to rediscover Herman and Lily, Grandpa, Eddie, and Marilyn (the "ugly one") in this entertaining, comprehensive look at the first family of fright. A complete episode guide makes the Munsters the must-have companion to watching the series on DVD or cable, while hundreds of rare photographs from the archives of Universal Studios plus interviews with cast and crew reveal the deepest, darkest secrets of the Munster family.
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Review: The Munsters: A Trip Down Mockingbird LaneUser Review - Kristin Ramsey - Goodreads
Have always loved watching The Munsters since the reruns on Nick at Nite in the 90s. Pretty cool book to read to learn about the behind the scenes of the show. Read full review
Review: The Munsters: A Trip Down Mockingbird LaneUser Review - Jaime Contreras - Goodreads
This nostalgic and extremely-detailed book is for the hardcore "Munsters" fan. I loved every page of it. There are many rare photos and stories here to satiate the biggest "Musnters" fan. The only ... Read full review
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If you recognise the famous Mockingbird Lane address, you probably grew up in the 1960's and never missed a chance to see the Munsters
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