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Updated: February 04, 2024

Niles, IL ( PRWEB ) September 8, 2004 The Munsters, America's most frighteningly funny family, have continued to attract some of the most loyal television program fans over the past 60 years, a pretty impressive feat considering the show only ran for 70 episodes.

Similar to the characters on The Munsters, these fans aren't your normal fans who are satisfied merely watching the syndicated programs on television. Oleg Krylov who grew up with The Munsters says, "We Munsters fans are nearly as wacky as the characters themselves". The term enthusiastic is an understatement for The Munsters fans, some of whom have even gone to the great lengths of building homes that are exact replicas of the Munsters house as well as cars that look exactly like Grandpa's coffin-shaped "Dragula" dragster.

Fans celebrate The Munsters 40th year at 1313 Mockingbird Lane this September, with the introduction of the first ever, The Munsters Halloween themed village. Authorized by Universal Studios and available only from Hawthorne Village, this new Munsters collectible is one of the most anticipated items for avid Munster fans everywhere. Friends will be as green as Herman when they catch a glimpse of The Munsters Halloween Village that features character figurines, spooky sound effects, and eerie glowing lights. Free highly collectible character figurines of Herman, Lily, Grandpa and Eddie, are included along with a 6- piece jack-o'-lantern lamplight set, a $65.00 value.

Not all of The Munsters fans have room for a life-size version of Grandpa's "Dragula" dragster, the ghoulish car designed by George Barris. However they can still show their loyalty with an Ertl die-cast collectible version by Hamilton Authenticated. The 1:18 scale model features a "coffin" body on a tube chassis, radiator, tombstone grille, bat-shaped forced air scoops, and metal organ exhaust pipes just like those on Grandpa's original "Dragula" dragster.

Exclusivity only increases the desirability and potential value of The Munsters collectibles. The first-ever, limited edition The Munsters Halloween Village mentioned here is a exclusive acquisition of Collectibles Today and its affiliates, the leading international provider for limited-edition collectibles, through an exclusive arrangement and officially authorized by Universal Studios. The Munsters collectible village, Grandpa's "Dragula" dragster and more movie and TV themed collectibles are available at, The Bradford Exchange's online marketing arm.

Collectibles Today is the premier Internet shopping site for unique, quality collectibles and giftware from the finest companies worldwide, offering collecting expertise, excellence and excitement for collectors as they pursue their passion for collecting. Collectibles Today is the online marketing arm of The Bradford Exchange and its affiliates, the leading international provider of fine limited-edition collectibles. This founding relationship endows Collectibles Today with a heritage of almost three decades of experience in the collectibles market, with a sterling reputation for superior quality and exceptional customer service unparalleled in the industry. No other online collectibles company sells to more collectors with more fine products than Collectibles Today; and no other online collectibles company has the resources and industry knowledge to consistently identify, encourage and spearhead new trends in collecting. Just as The Bradford Exchange laid the first cornerstone for the present day collectibles market, so now Collectibles Today is leading the collectibles industry and collectors into an exciting new future.

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