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Tuesday, October 23, 2018

More Memorable Munster Memorabilia

Have you visited the other participating bloggers in our Countdown to Halloween 2018? There's plenty of fascinating info and spooky diversions to had for all trick-or-treaters who dare to ring the doorbell in this particular neighborhood. Along the same spook town lines, let's drop in at 1313 Mockingbird Lane. That of course is where we find the manse of that monstrously comical TV family, The Munsters. With its 1964 premiere came a slew of tie-in merchandise. Included was this Stardust velvet art kit from Hasbro. Other licensed characters appeared in this form too, but with as colorful a cast as the Munster clan, this surely is one of the most haunting of the sets that were produced—especially as it appealed to the most artsy-and-craftsy of the Monster Kids. 

1 comment:

Caffeinated Joe said...

Fun tie-in. But, can you imagine the mess this kit caused? LOL