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1966, Universal, 96 min, USA, Dir: Earl Bellamy

Fred Gwynne, Yvonne DeCarlo, Al Lewis and Butch Patrick reprise their TV roles (with newcomer Debbie Watson as the beautiful Marilyn) as the classic 1960s sitcom arrives on the big screen in color. The Munsters set sail to England after Herman inherits an estate there, but the British side of the family (including a delightful Terry-Thomas) will stop at nothing to hold on to Munster Hall. Costarring John Carradine and Hermione Gingold.

1977, 113 min, USA, Dir: Earl Bellamy

Joe Don Baker is the man the auto insurance companies turn to when a rash of car thefts baffle police. As no-nonsense private eye Pete Novick, he and rookie cop Nifty Nolan (a pre-“Cagney and Lacey” Tyne Daly) burn rubber in pursuit of elusive wheel man the Road Runner; needless to say, a lot of cars get banged up along the way. With Robert Loggia and Richard Jaeckel.

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