I'm hunting for the name of a TV series I would occasionally watch as a kid. I assume it was in the late 1980s; definitely not earlier. However, since I was behind the Iron Curtain at that time, the show itself is most likely older. I saw it with slovak dubbing, so I do not know the original language.
It was black & white and featured a group of archetypal fantasy characters living in a sort of house or mansion (I believe some of them were related). I remember a zombie-like character, an artificial human similar to Frankenstein's creation, and a vampire; there were probably others. There was also a human blacksmith.
From what I recall, the setting was not modern; it looked like a pre-electricity era.
I believe it featured a regular plot intertwined with comedy, but my memory of it is very patchy. Here are the few plot points I rememeber:
The human blacksmith was more of an antagonist, or at least a bad guy type of character.
At one point, an investigation was happening to prove that the artifical human is in fact artifical. The proof was supposed to be a zipper on the back of his head (which was, I believe, established to exist earlier in the series). However, the zipper was not found during the investigation; I believe the show hinted that this happened because the artificial man had been acting more and more human-like (emotions and such).
At one point, it was revealed that in his "pre-show" past, one of the characters abandoned a baby born to them.
Near the end, the blacksmith was somehow launched into Earth orbit where he remained. Every time he would pass over the house, they would launch some food for him. At one such pass, he also asked them (by shouting) to send him newspapers next time.
Of course, what immediately sprang to mind is the Addams family, but I checked a few resources on that and couldn't find matches for any of the plot points above.