The Munsters come to America to search for Herman's brother-in-law Norman Hyde, only to find out that he has turned himself into Brent Jekyll, who is running for congress, and Grandpa must make a formula to change Norman back.
The unseen driver of a black Dodge Charger, (consisting of mixed year's makes '71, '74) is kidnapping, molesting, and sometimes murdering young girls around Copper Valley, Arizona. When the daughter of a bus driver (Leeds) is kidnapped right in front of her mother (Cassidy), a chase through the tough Arizona terrain begins as the mother tries to get her daughter back.
St. Louis Blues is a 1958 American film broadly based on the life of W. C. Handy. It starred jazz and blues greats Nat "King" Cole, Pearl Bailey, Cab Calloway, Ella Fitzgerald, Eartha Kitt, and Barney Bigard, as well as gospel singer Mahalia Jackson and actress Ruby Dee. The film's soundtrack used over ten of Handy's songs including the title song. In conjunction with the film, Cole recorded an album of W. C. Handy compositions, arranged by Nelson Riddle, and Fitzgerald incorporated "St. Louis Blues" into her concert repertoire.