Monstrous Outsiders: Inequality and Prejudice in “The Munsters”

The American television landscape of the 1960s was one that had become increasingly white and WASPish. Though early shows showed some diversity, such as The Goldbergs, (NBC & CBS, 1949-1956) which featured the home life of a Jewish family and touched on topics such as experiences with assimilation while maintaining links to their roots, networks were focusing programming to appeal…

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Writer — Folklorist — UCD Graduate — Film Studies MA Student

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Writer — Folklorist — UCD Graduate — Film Studies MA Student

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