-- what bliss.
Low-voiced, incisive, and subtle, with Morticia, smiles
are rare. The ghostly whiteness of her complexion isoffset by the red of the pillowcase upon which her hairis spread like a diabolic halo. A dark Garbo, sultryand remote, she's a ruined beauty.
Morticia OPENS HER EYES.
Oh, yes, yes. Completely.
A3 OMITTED A3
3 INT. PUGSLEY'S ROOM - SAME TIME 3
Pugsley crouches on the floor, playing with his kid-sizedchemistry set.
The walls of his room are covered with road signs he'scollected -- "Bridge Out!", "Detour! Excavation Ahead!",
"Dangerous Undertow!", "Keep Clear! High Voltage!"
SAWED-OFF STOP SIGNS, still on their poles, are stackedin the corner.
In another corner stands a CYLINDRICAL FLOOR-TO-CEILING
FISH TANK, FILLED WITH PIRANHA.
This tubby energetic monster of a nine-year-old boy hasevery chance of growing up to be the public monster hisparents would be proud of.
He MIXES chemicals in a beaker. The brew steams. Grinning
wickedly, Pugsley SWALLOWS it down.
He contorts, undergoing the beginnings of a transformation,
then SHRINKS to the size of a mouse. Laughing, hecrawls out of his human-size pajamas.
4 OMITTED 4
THE ADDAMS FAMILY - 11/28/90 4.
A5 INT. ATTIC - SAME TIME A5
Solemn and mournful, ten-year-old Wednesday has blackhair and white skin like her mother. She sits on a stool
among the stored Addams' family objects, ONE END OF ASTRING TIED TO HER TOOTH, THE OTHER TIED TO A TRAP DOOR.
The trap door is flung open, GRANNY pokes her headthrough. She's a giggly hag who looks like she was inthe bathtub when the hairdryer fell in.
Wednesday's pulled tooth swings at the end of the string.