In June, the cast and crew traveled to Salem , Magnolia, and Gloucester, Massachusetts to film an eight-part story arc in which Samantha, Darrin, and Endora travel to Salem for the centennial Witches Convocation.

These location shoots marked the only times the show would film away from its Hollywood studio sets and backlot. Season seven premiered with eight so-called 'Salem Saga' episodes.

These on-location episodes helped the show's sagging ratings, [11] but after the Salem episodes, viewership again dwindled. Scripts from old episodes were recycled frequently.

The year's ratings for Bewitched had fallen and the show did not even rank in the list of the top thirty programs. Fewer recurring characters were used this season, with the Kravitzes, Darrin's parents, and Uncle Arthur not appearing at all.

Filming ended in December , and in January the show was finally moved to Saturday night at pm, opposite television's number one show, All in the Family , where it fared even worse, with Bewitched finishing in 72nd place for the year.

Despite the low ratings, Bewitched still had a contract for two more seasons on ABC. The network was willing to honor that contract by renewing the sitcom for a ninth season.

However, by this time, Montgomery had grown tired of the series and wanted to move on to other roles. Also, she and her husband William Asher had separated and would divorce in The concept was based on the play Howie , about a lawyer played by Lynde whose daughter marries a slacker named Howard, or "Howie".

The Lynde character despises him, as he is not interested in earning money or traditional pursuits. This was despite Lynde's rewrite of the show's dialog in an effort to make the series more lively and comedic.

As a result, the series garnered low ratings and The Paul Lynde Show was canceled after one season 26 episodes. Despite its challenges, the series ended its first year with a respectable 29 share and was renewed for the season.

However, to improve ratings, ABC wanted to make some changes. When The New Temperatures Rising Show debuted in September , Whitmore was replaced by Paul Lynde and the emphasis on black comedy in the show became more prominent.

As a result, the ratings for the series fell well below the levels of the previous season. As a result, the show was resurrected on July 18, after a six-month hiatus with its original title Temperatures Rising.

Despite the changes in cast and format, the attempt to resuscitate the series was unsuccessful, and ABC finally cancelled it permanently.

The blueprint design of this house was later reversed and replicated as a house facade attached to an existing garage on the backlot of Columbia's Ranch. This was the house seen on Bewitched.

The patio and living room sets seen in Columbia's Gidget Goes to Rome were soon adapted for the permanent Bewitched set for The set was also used several times in the television series Gidget and I Dream of Jeannie , as well as the made-for-television movie Brian's Song It was also used, as a setting for an opening tag sequence, for the final episode of the first season of another Screen Gems property, The Monkees and in an episode of The Fantastic Journey.

The house served as Doctor Bellows' house on I Dream of Jeannie , and was seen in an episode of Home Improvement when Tim Taylor took Tool Time on location to the house of Vinnie's mother to repair a gas leak in the basement furnace with a second gas leak at the kitchen stove, unbeknownst to Tim.

The Stephens house was also featured in a Fruit of the Loom Christmas commercial and it was used as Clark Griswold's boyhood home in his old home movies in National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation [13].

On the Columbia studio backlot, the Kravitzes' house was actually down the street from the Stephenses' house exterior.

Both houses' exterior doors opened to an unfinished eighteen-by-fifteen-foot entry, as the interiors were shot on studio sound stages elsewhere.

A "front porch" set, replicating the porch of the backlot house was created as well. From through the Kravitzes' house was the same as used for The Donna Reed Show , beginning with season 3 color episodes in , the Kravitz house sets were the same as what would years later be featured as The Partridge Family house.

Production and filming for Bewitched was based in Los Angeles and, although the setting is assumed to be New York, several episodes feature wide-angle exterior views of the Stephenses' neighborhood showing a California landscape with mountains in the distance.

Another example of questionable continuity regarding the location can be seen in Season 6, Episode 6: Darrin's parents drive home after visiting the new baby, passing several large palm trees lining the street.

In February , feminist Betty Friedan wrote the two-part essay "Television and the Feminine Mystique" for TV Guide , wherein she criticized the way women were portrayed in television.

She summarized their depiction as stupid, unattractive, and insecure household drudges. Their time was divided between dreaming of love and plotting revenge on their husbands.

Samantha was not depicted this way and Endora used Friedan-like words to criticize the boring drudgery of household life. In the episode "Eat at Mario's" May 27, , Samantha and Endora co-operate in using their witchcraft to defend and promote a quality Italian restaurant.

They take delight in an active, aggressive role in the public space, breaking new ground in the depiction of women in television. Walter Metz attributes the success of the series to its snappy writing, the charm of Elizabeth Montgomery, and the talents of its large supporting cast.

The show also made use of respected film techniques for its special effects. The soundtrack was unique, notably where it concerned the synthesized sound of nose twitching.

The first episodes featured a voice-over narrator "performing comic sociological analyses" of the role of a witch in middle class suburbia. The series inspired rival show I Dream of Jeannie — This crossover was facilitated by both series being broadcast on ABC.

In , a short-lived spin-off entitled Tabitha aired on ABC. There were several continuity differences with the original series.

Adam and Tabitha had both aged far more than the intervening five years between the two series would have allowed. Adam also had become Tabitha's older mortal brother, rather than her younger warlock brother, as he was in Bewitched.

Supporting character Aunt Minerva Karen Morrow says she has been close to Tabitha since childhood, though she had never been mentioned once in the original series.

Tabitha's parents are mentioned but never appear. Bombay, Gladys Kravitz, Abner Kravitz, and "various drunks. Bewitched inspired a film starring Nicole Kidman and Will Ferrell.

The film, departing from the show's family-oriented tone, is not a remake but takes a metafictional approach, with the action focused on arrogant, failing Hollywood actor Jack Wyatt Ferrell who is offered a career comeback playing Darrin in a remake of Bewitched.

The role is contingent upon him finding the perfect woman to play Samantha. He chooses an unknown named Isabel Bigelow Kidman , who is an actual witch. The film was written, directed, and produced by Nora Ephron , and was poorly received by most critics and was a financial disappointment.

The New York Times called the film "an unmitigated disaster. Dell Comics adapted the series into a comic book series in The art work was provided by Henry Scarpelli.

In , the series was adapted as a strip in Lady Penelope , beginning from issue 12 and lasting until the comic's demise in This show would have focused on Tabitha's daughter Daphne, a single woman who despite having magical powers as her mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, is determined not to use it to find a soul mate.

The new version of the proposed series, written by Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein , had been on the radar of several major networks, including ABC, after Sony began shopping the project to interested parties.

This is Barris's last new project for the network before his exclusive contract with Netflix goes into effect. Bewitched has since been syndicated on many local US broadcast stations from —82 and then since , including Columbia TriStar Television as part of the Screen Gems Network syndication package from —, which featured by bonus wraparound content during episode airings.

By the late '70s, many local stations skipped the black and white episodes or only ran those in the summer due to a perception that black-and-white shows usually had less appeal than shows filmed in color.

From to about , only the color episodes were syndicated in barter syndication by DFS Program Exchange. The first two seasons, which were in black and white were not included and Columbia retained the rights to those.

Beginning in , Nick at Nite began airing only the black-and-white episodes, which were originally unedited back then. The edited ones continued in barter syndication until Columbia syndicated the entire series beginning in The remaining six color seasons were added to Nick at Nite's lineup in March in a week-long Dueling Darrins Marathon.

Seasons 1—2 were later colorized and made available for syndication and eventually DVD sales. Cable television channel WTBS carried seasons 3—8 throughout the s and s from DFS on a barter basis like most local stations that carried the show did.

The Hallmark Channel aired the show from to ; TV Land then aired the show from to , and it returned in March , [25] but left the schedule in The show now airs on Antenna TV.

In regions 1 and 4, seasons 1 and 2 were each released in two versions—one as originally broadcast in black-and-white, and one colorized. The complete series set only contains the colorized versions of Seasons 1—2.

Only the colorized editions were released in regions 2 and 4. On August 27, , it was announced that Mill Creek Entertainment had acquired the rights to various television series from the Sony Pictures library including Bewitched.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the American television sitcom. For other uses, see Bewitched disambiguation. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.

Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Main article: List of Bewitched characters. See also: List of animated spin-offs from prime time shows.

Main article: Tabitha TV series. Main article: Bewitched film. Main article: List of Bewitched episodes. Main article: Bewitched DVD releases. Television in the United States portal s portal.

April 26, Archived from the original on September 4, Retrieved January 18, TV Guide June 28 — July 4. Archived from the original on April 1, Mental Floss.

Archived from the original on January 9, Lanham, Maryland: Taylor Trade Publishing. Los Angeles Times. January 31, June 18, Archived from the original on August 26, Retrieved June 9, July 5, Archived from the original on July 3, Bewitched Harpies Bizarre.

Archived from the original on June 7, Retrieved May 25, Saturday Review : December 17, Archived from the original on December 28, Retrieved May 8, Endora does dote on her grandchildren, Tabitha and Adam; They call her "Grandmama".

Numerous references imply that Endora is hundreds of years old. It is noted at one point see episode that she was "not even born yet" in the 16th century, as an explanation for why her witchcraft didn't work when she went back to the time of Henry VIII; however, a few episodes later see episode she states that she was there when the cornerstone was laid at the Louvre years previous.

Larry Tate David White is Darrin's profit-obsessed boss and friend. Tate is a regular character. Tate's opinions turn on a dime to appease a client in an attempt to land a deal.

However, there are two episodes that show evidence that Larry has deep feelings as well as having a sense of integrity. In the first season installment, "And Something Makes Three", Larry realizes he is to become a father for the first time and is almost overcome with joyful emotion.

Louise Tate was played by Irene Vernon during the first two seasons and then replaced by Kasey Rogers, who wore a short black wig to appear similar to Vernon.

According to Rogers, [3] Bill Asher noticed her tugging at the wig and asked why she was wearing it. She laughed and said, "because you told me to.

Gladys Kravitz, whose maiden name was Gruber, played originally by Alice Pearce , and, after Pearce's death during the run of the show, Sandra Gould is Samantha and Darrin's nosy neighbor who lives across the street.

She often witnesses incidents of witchcraft but, by the time her husband Abner gets to the window, there is nothing to see, thus, he never believes her.

Abner Kravitz George Tobias is Gladys's retired husband. He doesn't believe the stories his wife tells about Samantha being a witch. By the time she gets him to come to the window to see some magic she has just witnessed, it is all over.

Harriet also witnessed some behavior that caused her to share her sister-in-law's opinion of their neighbors. Abner again disagreed just as he always did with his wife.

Aunt Clara Marion Lorne is the only one of Samantha's relatives for whom Darrin regularly shows tolerance and the only relative who regularly tolerates him. She is Samantha's bumbling, elderly, absent-minded-but-lovable aunt.

The well-meaning Aunt Clara's spells usually backfire, and her entrances and exits are often a grand fumble, such as entering via a chimney or colliding with a wall.

She has a collection of over a thousand doorknobs inspired by Lorne's real-life collection. Tabitha Stephens Erin Murphy spelled Tabatha in production credits until season 5 is the oldest daughter of Samantha and Darrin.

She is born in season 2. She has supernatural powers. Fraternal twin toddlers Diane Murphy and Erin Murphy were cast for the role at the beginning of season 3.

In time, they began to look less alike, so Diane was dropped during season 4. Diane made several guest appearances in other roles, and filled in as Tabitha one last time in season 5's "Samantha Fights City Hall", because Erin had the mumps.

Tabitha was played by Liberty Williams in the pilot and by Lisa Hartman in the series of the same name. Just like his mother and older sister, he has supernatural powers.

In the Tabitha TV show pilot, he is played by Bruce Kimmel and he also possessed warlock powers and a mischievous nature, but in the series itself, he was played by David Ankrum, and was often the disapproving mortal figure of the family, much like their father, Darrin was.

Despite his entreaties to his sister to not use her powers, and his dismay when their Aunt Minerva Karen Morrow encouraged her to use them, he really does love his sister very much.

A continuity error switched the birth order of Tabitha and Adam in Bewitched , Tabitha is older and Adam is younger; in Tabitha , Adam is older and Tabitha is younger.

Serena Elizabeth Montgomery is Samantha's cousin on Maurice's side. The tattoo changes from one episode to another, often referencing the theme of the episode.

Also played by Montgomery, Serena is credited as "Pandora Spocks" a spin on the phrase " Pandora's box " in many of her appearances from to Ever mischievous, bawdy and irresponsible, Serena often flirts with Larry Tate calling the white-haired Tate "Cotton-Top" , just for sport.

She occasionally dates mortals, and has been known to flirt with Darrin, while pretending to be Samantha.

Despite her conduct and frequent co-plotting with Endora, Serena has been known to assist Samantha and Darrin, although she finds them "both a bit square ". Uncle Arthur Paul Lynde , Endora's prank-loving brother, makes several appearances.

Despite many practical jokes at Darrin's expense, Uncle Arthur has a less antagonistic relationship with him than Endora. In one episode, both Serena and Uncle Arthur go head-to-head with the Witches Council to support the Stephens' union, only to have their own powers suspended.

Samantha is clearly very fond of her uncle, and vice versa. Hubert Bombay Bernard Fox is a witch doctor and womanizer, almost always accompanied by a buxom assistant in a nurse's outfit. He constantly cracks stale jokes.

A strange occurrence or condition caused by a supernatural illness is occasionally used as a plot device, and his assistance is often sought. He could be summoned by the phrase: "Calling Dr.

Bombay, calling Dr. Emergency, come right away. She is prone to uncontrolled bursts of magic especially when she sneezes and becomes invisible when she's nervous.

Like Clara, her magic is unpredictable but, because her powers are weak the manifestations usually fade away in time.

Esmeralda was introduced in after Lorne's death. Ghostley stated that she did not consider her character as a replacement for Clara. Phyllis Stephens Mabel Albertson is Darrin's strait-laced mother who visits occasionally but never learns of Samantha's supernatural powers.

Phyllis makes inopportune surprise visits which often cause Samantha to use magic to clean up the house quickly. Phyllis often becomes discombobulated and complains of " a sick headache " after accidentally witnessing something inexplicable.

She and Endora do not get along, as Endora often displays contempt for her mortal counterpart. Phyllis also once thought her husband was having an affair with Endora, which did not help relations between the two.

They are civil to one another in what Samantha refers to as "killing each other with kindness". Frank Stephens Robert F. Simon , Roy Roberts is Darrin's laid-back father. He loves musicals and operas and once, during the first season he and Endora go together to a musical, from which he doesn't come back that night.

He and his wife, Phyllis, get near to a divorce, until Samantha and Endora use their magic to bring them back together. Maurice Maurice Evans is Samantha's father, an urbane thespian, and the only warlock in the House of Lords.

He often embellishes his entrances and exits with strained Shakespearean verse.

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The blueprint design of this house was later reversed and replicated as a house facade attached to an existing garage on the backlot of Columbia's Ranch.

This was the house seen on Bewitched. The patio and living room sets seen in Columbia's Gidget Goes to Rome were soon adapted for the permanent Bewitched set for The set was also used several times in the television series Gidget and I Dream of Jeannie , as well as the made-for-television movie Brian's Song It was also used, as a setting for an opening tag sequence, for the final episode of the first season of another Screen Gems property, The Monkees and in an episode of The Fantastic Journey.

The house served as Doctor Bellows' house on I Dream of Jeannie , and was seen in an episode of Home Improvement when Tim Taylor took Tool Time on location to the house of Vinnie's mother to repair a gas leak in the basement furnace with a second gas leak at the kitchen stove, unbeknownst to Tim.

The Stephens house was also featured in a Fruit of the Loom Christmas commercial and it was used as Clark Griswold's boyhood home in his old home movies in National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation [13].

On the Columbia studio backlot, the Kravitzes' house was actually down the street from the Stephenses' house exterior. Both houses' exterior doors opened to an unfinished eighteen-by-fifteen-foot entry, as the interiors were shot on studio sound stages elsewhere.

A "front porch" set, replicating the porch of the backlot house was created as well. From through the Kravitzes' house was the same as used for The Donna Reed Show , beginning with season 3 color episodes in , the Kravitz house sets were the same as what would years later be featured as The Partridge Family house.

Production and filming for Bewitched was based in Los Angeles and, although the setting is assumed to be New York, several episodes feature wide-angle exterior views of the Stephenses' neighborhood showing a California landscape with mountains in the distance.

Another example of questionable continuity regarding the location can be seen in Season 6, Episode 6: Darrin's parents drive home after visiting the new baby, passing several large palm trees lining the street.

In February , feminist Betty Friedan wrote the two-part essay "Television and the Feminine Mystique" for TV Guide , wherein she criticized the way women were portrayed in television.

She summarized their depiction as stupid, unattractive, and insecure household drudges. Their time was divided between dreaming of love and plotting revenge on their husbands. Samantha was not depicted this way and Endora used Friedan-like words to criticize the boring drudgery of household life.

In the episode "Eat at Mario's" May 27, , Samantha and Endora co-operate in using their witchcraft to defend and promote a quality Italian restaurant. They take delight in an active, aggressive role in the public space, breaking new ground in the depiction of women in television.

Walter Metz attributes the success of the series to its snappy writing, the charm of Elizabeth Montgomery, and the talents of its large supporting cast.

The show also made use of respected film techniques for its special effects. The soundtrack was unique, notably where it concerned the synthesized sound of nose twitching.

The first episodes featured a voice-over narrator "performing comic sociological analyses" of the role of a witch in middle class suburbia.

The series inspired rival show I Dream of Jeannie — This crossover was facilitated by both series being broadcast on ABC. In , a short-lived spin-off entitled Tabitha aired on ABC. There were several continuity differences with the original series.

Adam and Tabitha had both aged far more than the intervening five years between the two series would have allowed. Adam also had become Tabitha's older mortal brother, rather than her younger warlock brother, as he was in Bewitched.

Supporting character Aunt Minerva Karen Morrow says she has been close to Tabitha since childhood, though she had never been mentioned once in the original series.

Tabitha's parents are mentioned but never appear. Bombay, Gladys Kravitz, Abner Kravitz, and "various drunks. Bewitched inspired a film starring Nicole Kidman and Will Ferrell. The film, departing from the show's family-oriented tone, is not a remake but takes a metafictional approach, with the action focused on arrogant, failing Hollywood actor Jack Wyatt Ferrell who is offered a career comeback playing Darrin in a remake of Bewitched.

The role is contingent upon him finding the perfect woman to play Samantha. He chooses an unknown named Isabel Bigelow Kidman , who is an actual witch.

The film was written, directed, and produced by Nora Ephron , and was poorly received by most critics and was a financial disappointment.

The New York Times called the film "an unmitigated disaster. Dell Comics adapted the series into a comic book series in The art work was provided by Henry Scarpelli.

In , the series was adapted as a strip in Lady Penelope , beginning from issue 12 and lasting until the comic's demise in This show would have focused on Tabitha's daughter Daphne, a single woman who despite having magical powers as her mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, is determined not to use it to find a soul mate.

The new version of the proposed series, written by Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein , had been on the radar of several major networks, including ABC, after Sony began shopping the project to interested parties.

This is Barris's last new project for the network before his exclusive contract with Netflix goes into effect. Bewitched has since been syndicated on many local US broadcast stations from —82 and then since , including Columbia TriStar Television as part of the Screen Gems Network syndication package from —, which featured by bonus wraparound content during episode airings.

By the late '70s, many local stations skipped the black and white episodes or only ran those in the summer due to a perception that black-and-white shows usually had less appeal than shows filmed in color.

From to about , only the color episodes were syndicated in barter syndication by DFS Program Exchange. The first two seasons, which were in black and white were not included and Columbia retained the rights to those.

Beginning in , Nick at Nite began airing only the black-and-white episodes, which were originally unedited back then.

The edited ones continued in barter syndication until Columbia syndicated the entire series beginning in The remaining six color seasons were added to Nick at Nite's lineup in March in a week-long Dueling Darrins Marathon.

Seasons 1—2 were later colorized and made available for syndication and eventually DVD sales. Cable television channel WTBS carried seasons 3—8 throughout the s and s from DFS on a barter basis like most local stations that carried the show did.

The Hallmark Channel aired the show from to ; TV Land then aired the show from to , and it returned in March , [25] but left the schedule in The show now airs on Antenna TV. In regions 1 and 4, seasons 1 and 2 were each released in two versions—one as originally broadcast in black-and-white, and one colorized.

The complete series set only contains the colorized versions of Seasons 1—2. Only the colorized editions were released in regions 2 and 4.

On August 27, , it was announced that Mill Creek Entertainment had acquired the rights to various television series from the Sony Pictures library including Bewitched. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

This article is about the American television sitcom. For other uses, see Bewitched disambiguation. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.

Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Main article: List of Bewitched characters. See also: List of animated spin-offs from prime time shows. Main article: Tabitha TV series.

Main article: Bewitched film. Main article: List of Bewitched episodes. Main article: Bewitched DVD releases. Television in the United States portal s portal.

April 26, Archived from the original on September 4, Retrieved January 18, TV Guide June 28 — July 4.

Archived from the original on April 1, Mental Floss. Archived from the original on January 9, Lanham, Maryland: Taylor Trade Publishing. Los Angeles Times.

January 31, June 18, Archived from the original on August 26, Retrieved June 9, July 5, Archived from the original on July 3, Bewitched Harpies Bizarre.

Archived from the original on June 7, Retrieved May 25, Saturday Review : December 17, Archived from the original on December 28, Retrieved May 8, Archived from the original on September 15, The Flintstones.

Season 6. Episode 6. The New York Times. Archived from the original on July 2, Retrieved October 3, Archived from the original on November 17, Tokyo Broadcasting System.

Archived from the original on September 25, Retrieved September 12, Archived from the original on October 24, Retrieved August 10, TV Line. October 22, Archived from the original on October 23, Deadline Hollywood.

Ballantine Books. The TV Ratings Guide. Archived from the original on August 20, January 20, Archived from the original on June 9, Like all witches, she never reveals her surname, indicating to Darrin that he would be unable to pronounce it.

Endora finds mortals dull and disapproves of Darrin, as do many of Samantha's relatives. Endora refuses to even speak Darrin's name correctly, alternatively calling him "Derwood", "What's-his-name", "Darwin", "Dum-Dum", etc.

She refers to him as "Darrin" only eight times during the entire series. Even though Endora casts countless farcical spells on Darrin, she never attempts to destroy him outright.

During the first season, Endora threatens her warlock husband Maurice, after he destroys Darrin, saying that she will not have a human being on her conscience. It was one of the few times when Endora went out of her way to protect Darrin from Maurice see episode 1— Endora, once, let Maurice kiss her.

But, when she realizes that, after he has kissed her and disappeared, she has contracted an illness which leaves her unable to use her powers, she is furious—until Maurice returns to gives her an antidote, and take her to "the place we used to go to on the Milky Way" to have dinner.

She doesn't get along with Darrin's mother, Phyllis Stephens, because she gets along too well with Phyllis' husband, Frank. But, they are civil to one another in, what Samantha calls, "killing one another with kindness".

Endora does dote on her grandchildren, Tabitha and Adam; They call her "Grandmama". Numerous references imply that Endora is hundreds of years old. It is noted at one point see episode that she was "not even born yet" in the 16th century, as an explanation for why her witchcraft didn't work when she went back to the time of Henry VIII; however, a few episodes later see episode she states that she was there when the cornerstone was laid at the Louvre years previous.

Larry Tate David White is Darrin's profit-obsessed boss and friend. Tate is a regular character. Tate's opinions turn on a dime to appease a client in an attempt to land a deal.

However, there are two episodes that show evidence that Larry has deep feelings as well as having a sense of integrity. In the first season installment, "And Something Makes Three", Larry realizes he is to become a father for the first time and is almost overcome with joyful emotion.

Louise Tate was played by Irene Vernon during the first two seasons and then replaced by Kasey Rogers, who wore a short black wig to appear similar to Vernon. According to Rogers, [3] Bill Asher noticed her tugging at the wig and asked why she was wearing it.

She laughed and said, "because you told me to. Gladys Kravitz, whose maiden name was Gruber, played originally by Alice Pearce , and, after Pearce's death during the run of the show, Sandra Gould is Samantha and Darrin's nosy neighbor who lives across the street.

She often witnesses incidents of witchcraft but, by the time her husband Abner gets to the window, there is nothing to see, thus, he never believes her. Abner Kravitz George Tobias is Gladys's retired husband.

He doesn't believe the stories his wife tells about Samantha being a witch. By the time she gets him to come to the window to see some magic she has just witnessed, it is all over.

Harriet also witnessed some behavior that caused her to share her sister-in-law's opinion of their neighbors. Abner again disagreed just as he always did with his wife.

Aunt Clara Marion Lorne is the only one of Samantha's relatives for whom Darrin regularly shows tolerance and the only relative who regularly tolerates him.

She is Samantha's bumbling, elderly, absent-minded-but-lovable aunt. The well-meaning Aunt Clara's spells usually backfire, and her entrances and exits are often a grand fumble, such as entering via a chimney or colliding with a wall.

She has a collection of over a thousand doorknobs inspired by Lorne's real-life collection. Tabitha Stephens Erin Murphy spelled Tabatha in production credits until season 5 is the oldest daughter of Samantha and Darrin.

She is born in season 2. She has supernatural powers. Fraternal twin toddlers Diane Murphy and Erin Murphy were cast for the role at the beginning of season 3.

In time, they began to look less alike, so Diane was dropped during season 4. Diane made several guest appearances in other roles, and filled in as Tabitha one last time in season 5's "Samantha Fights City Hall", because Erin had the mumps.

Tabitha was played by Liberty Williams in the pilot and by Lisa Hartman in the series of the same name. Just like his mother and older sister, he has supernatural powers.

In the Tabitha TV show pilot, he is played by Bruce Kimmel and he also possessed warlock powers and a mischievous nature, but in the series itself, he was played by David Ankrum, and was often the disapproving mortal figure of the family, much like their father, Darrin was.

Despite his entreaties to his sister to not use her powers, and his dismay when their Aunt Minerva Karen Morrow encouraged her to use them, he really does love his sister very much.

A continuity error switched the birth order of Tabitha and Adam in Bewitched , Tabitha is older and Adam is younger; in Tabitha , Adam is older and Tabitha is younger. Serena Elizabeth Montgomery is Samantha's cousin on Maurice's side.

The tattoo changes from one episode to another, often referencing the theme of the episode. Also played by Montgomery, Serena is credited as "Pandora Spocks" a spin on the phrase " Pandora's box " in many of her appearances from to Ever mischievous, bawdy and irresponsible, Serena often flirts with Larry Tate calling the white-haired Tate "Cotton-Top" , just for sport.

She occasionally dates mortals, and has been known to flirt with Darrin, while pretending to be Samantha.

Despite her conduct and frequent co-plotting with Endora, Serena has been known to assist Samantha and Darrin, although she finds them "both a bit square ".

Uncle Arthur Paul Lynde , Endora's prank-loving brother, makes several appearances. Despite many practical jokes at Darrin's expense, Uncle Arthur has a less antagonistic relationship with him than Endora.

In one episode, both Serena and Uncle Arthur go head-to-head with the Witches Council to support the Stephens' union, only to have their own powers suspended.

Samantha is clearly very fond of her uncle, and vice versa. Hubert Bombay Bernard Fox is a witch doctor and womanizer, almost always accompanied by a buxom assistant in a nurse's outfit. He constantly cracks stale jokes.

A strange occurrence or condition caused by a supernatural illness is occasionally used as a plot device, and his assistance is often sought. He could be summoned by the phrase: "Calling Dr. Bombay, calling Dr.

Emergency, come right away. She is prone to uncontrolled bursts of magic especially when she sneezes and becomes invisible when she's nervous. Like Clara, her magic is unpredictable but, because her powers are weak the manifestations usually fade away in time.

Esmeralda was introduced in after Lorne's death. Ghostley stated that she did not consider her character as a replacement for Clara. Phyllis Stephens Mabel Albertson is Darrin's strait-laced mother who visits occasionally but never learns of Samantha's supernatural powers.

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Played Mrs. Played Maid in "Falcon Crest" in In the episode "Adam, Warlock or Washout" it was discovered that Adam had supernatural powers. Who played Tabitha on Bewitched? Cratchit in "The Merry Christmas" in Where are the twins who played tabitha on bewitched? NO he was mortal like his dad. She was played by Elizabeth Montgomery but with a black wig and a beauty mark on her cheek.

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