"They're creepy and they're kooky, mysterious and spooky. The Addams family, America's first family of ghastly giddiness, are here in all of their ghoulish glory in the original TV series based on the delightfully demented imagination of Charles Addams ... Join Gomez, Morticia, Uncle Fester, Lurch, Cousin Itt and the rest of the gang for a fiendishly funny and altogether ooky experience"--Container.
2) Genesis II
A scientist put in a state of suspended animation to test its effects, finds himself awakening 154 years later, after the cavern he was in collapses.
"The Addams family ... returns for more creepy capers and hair-raising hilarity, terrifying their neighbors and delighting viewers like never before. Volume 2 features the ghoulish gang in fine form: Gomez runs for mayor, Lurch becomes a pop star, Uncle Fester turns Pugsley into a chimp, and Cousin Itt loses his hair"--Container.
Brace yourself for more macabre mayhem and monstrous madness as television's creepiest clan wreaks hilarious havoc on their unsuspecting victims. This time, love is in the air, and it seems that everyone--Pugsley, Ophelia, Uncle Fester, and even Lurch--is being bitten by the bug. Gomez, meanwhile, is burglarizing houses in his sleep, and it's curtains for the new neighbors when Morticia tries her hand at decorating.
5) Planet Earth
The time: the 22nd century. The place: the Confederacy, a matriarchy where men are enslaved and impotent. The hero: Dylan Hunt (John Saxon), a 20th century scientist awakened from suspended animation -- just the "breeder" a Confederacy dominatrix (Diana Muldaur) has been waiting for. Can Hunt defy the Confederacy and free his downtrodden fellow males, or is he doomed to slavery on Planet Earth?--Container.
In the Arizona Territory of the 1870s, Marshal Sam Mackenna and Colorado, a Mexican bandit, battle to find a legendary cache of gold.