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[[caption-width-right:350:He blows his stack when he flips his lid. Although he's a monster, he's just a big kid.]]

Hal Seeger created this AnimatedAnthology in the [[TheSixties 1960s]] for Creator/{{ABC}}. The show was to have debuted in September 1964, but it was delayed until October 1965. Its run ended in September 1968.

Milton was a lovable, friendly monster who only superficially resembled FrankensteinsMonster. His voice was based on Jim Nabors' Gomer Pyle from ''Series/TheAndyGriffithShow''. Milton was created by Professor Weirdo and his assistant, Count Kook, in their laboratory atop Horror Hill. His loveable personality had been the result of a lab accident during his creation. Professor Weirdo, in his haste, accidentally added too much tenderness and Milton was the result.

Because Milton was so good and lovable, Professor Weirdo and Count Kook spent many sleepless nights plotting ways to evict him from the castle. Also living in Weirdo's castle atop Horror Hill were two other creatures, Heebie the ghoul and Jeebie the hairy cyclops, who joined in the adventures. Voice talent included Bob [=McFadden=], Dayton Allen, Larry Best and Beverly Arnold.

''The Milton the Monster Show'' had the following supporting segments:
* ''Fearless Fly'' told the story of Hiram, a meek insect who became a superhero when he put on special glasses.
* ''Flukey Luke'' was about a cowboy hero whose Indian sidekick, Two Feathers, spoke with an Irish accent.
* ''Muggy-Doo, Boy Fox'' was about a foxy con artist who was originally portrayed as a cat in a 1963 Paramount theatrical cartoon, "Boy Pest With Osh" (which in turn was based on a comic book Hal Seeger drew in the early 1950s).
* ''Penny Penguin'' was about a bratty little penguin girl and her parents.
* ''Stuffy Durma'' was about a millionaire hobo.

!!This series provides examples of:

* AmbiguouslyHuman: Count Kook has the dress sense and accent of a typical vampire, but it's never made clear if he is one. Or if he's actually a count, for that matter.
* AnimatedAnthology
* BrattyHalfPint: Penny Penguin.
* ComicallySmallDemand: One episode has Professor Weirdo's arch-nemesis Professor Fruitcake take control of him with a voodoo doll, and threaten to kill him unless he is paid...$100! Weirdo is too stubborn and cheap to pay up, and by the end of the episode Fruitcake settles for $5.
* ComicBookAdaptation
* DumbIsGood: Too much Tincture of Tenderness not only made Milton good natured, it resulted in him being a dimwit as well.
* ExpositoryThemeTune: Both the series overall and Milton's segments had these.
* {{Expy}}: Fatty Karate is basically a fly version of [[WesternAnimation/{{Batfink}} Karate]].
* LimitedAnimation
* MadScientist: Professor Weirdo as well his rival Professor Fruitcake.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Professor Weirdo after Milton rises.
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Milton talks like Jim Nabors. Heebie's voice resembles Peter Lorre's.
* PlayingWithFire: Milton's head emits smoke, and he can shoot fire from it when needed.
* PokeThePoodle: Despite being more "evil" than Milton, this is about as bad as Heebie and Jeebie ever got.
* RagsToRiches: Stuffy Durma's backstory.
* SimpletonVoice: Milton has that kind of voice.
* YellowPeril: Doctor Goo Fee and his sidekick Gung Ho.