The Munsters/A Walk on the Mild Side

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A Walk on the Mild Side
Season 1, Episode 3
Airdate October 8, 1964
Written by Norm Liebmann &
Ed Haas
Directed by Norman Abbott
Produced by Joe Connelly and
Bob Mosher
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A Walk on the Mild Side is the third episode of the first season of The Munsters.

Yvonne De Carlo (Lily), Al Lewis (Grandpa), Beverley Owen (Marilyn), Butch Patrick (Eddie)

Starring: Fred Gwynne (Herman)

with Barry Kelley (Police Commisioner Ludlow), Cliff Norton (Police Chief Harris), Larry Blake (The Desk Sergeant), Harrison Lewis (The Drunk), Kate Murtagh (The Fat Lady), Almira Sessions (The Woman), Mike Gordon (Patrolman Finkel), Jim Gruzal (Patrolman Ball)

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Plot Overview

Suffering from insomnia caused by high electrical bills, Herman begins going on midnight walks. When other walkers see him, they are scared telling the police that a monster is free at the park along with a dangerous thief. This causes Police Commissioner Ludlow to send Police Chief W.R. Harris to find the culprit under threat of being reassigned to the "most desolate, deserted, law-forsaken part of town." Meanwhile, Grandpa invents an "enlarging machine" in order to help Eddie grow.

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Arc Advancement

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Characters

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Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

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