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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Bewitched' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'Bewitched':


(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)





September 18, 1969: Sam And The Beanstalk
Season 6, episode 1
W: Michael Morris   D: Richard Michaels

With Ronald Long (Giant), Johnny Whitaker (Jack), Bobo Lewis (Giant's Wife), Deacon Jones (Guard), Mabel Albertson (Mrs. Stephens).
As the 1969-1970 season begins, we are greeted by an all-new Darrin Stephens. Tabitha is jealous of the new baby and decides to run away in the storybook of "Jack and the Beanstalk". Samantha must go into the book to get her back.

September 25, 1969: Samantha's Yoo-Hoo Maid
Season 6, episode 2
W: Ed Jurist   D: William Asher

With J. Edward McKinley (Mr. Hampton), Alice Ghostley (Esmeralda).
Samantha, who is expecting her second child, gets some unexpected household help from Esmeralda, a witch who is losing her powers.

October 2, 1969: Samantha's Caesar Salad
Season 6, episode 3
W: Ed Jurist   D: William Asher

With Alice Ghostley (Esmeralda), Jay Robinson (Caesar), Joyce Easton (Evelyn), John Harmon (Taxi Driver), Bart Carpinelli (Hippie Leader), Elizabeth Thompson (Cleopatra).
Samantha has an unexpected houseguest when she asks her maid, Esmeralda, to make a Caesar salad. But instead of a salad, she conjures up Caesar himself.

October 9, 1969: Samantha's Curious Cravings
Season 6, episode 4
W: Fred Freeman, Lawrence J. Cohen   D: Richard Michaels

With Bernard Fox (Dr. Bombay), John Lawrence (Man in bed), Tommy Davis (Motorcycle Cop), William Schallert (Dr. Anton).
Samantha, who is expecting her second child, is able to satisy her craving for exotic foods. They are delivered to her the minute she thinks of them, or she is whisked away to distant restaurants.

October 16, 1969: And Something Makes Four
Season 6, episode 5
W: Richard Baer   D: Richard Michaels

With Art Metrano (Ralph Davis), Maurice Evans (Maurice), Bobo Lewis (Delivery Room Nurse), John Hiestand (Mr. Busby), Margueritte Ray (Delivery Room Nurse #2), Kay Elliot (Night Supervisor), Pat Priest (Day Supervisor), Gordon DeVol (Mr. Paikowski), Robert Gros (Mr. Johnson), Stefani Warren (Admissions Nurse), Hilary Thompson.
Samantha is rushed to the hospital by Darrin for the birth of her second child, but Samantha's warlock-father, Maurice, is upset because his grandchild is not "front and center" in the hospital's baby viewing room.

October 23, 1969: Naming Samantha's New Baby
Season 6, episode 6
W: Ed Jurist   D: William Asher

With Maurice Evans (Maurice), Mabel Albertson (Phyllis), Roy Roberts (Frank).
A new name for Samantha's baby causes a rift between grandparents Maurice and Endora.

October 30, 1969: To Trick Or Treat Or Not To Trick Or Treat
Season 6, episode 7
W: Shirley Gordon   D: William Asher

With Larry D. Mann (Mr. Bartenbach), Jean Blake (Betty), Paul Sorenson (Cop), Judy March (Mrs. Bartenbach), Jeanne Sorel (Mrs. Townsend).
For participating in Halloween trick-or-treating and disrespecting witches in general, Endora turns Darrin into a stereotypical Halloween witch.

November 6, 1969: A Bunny For Tabitha
Season 6, episode 8
W: Ed Jurist   D: William Asher

With Bernie Kopell (A.J. Sylvester), Dick Wilson (Drunk), Paul Lynde (Uncle Arthur), Carol Wayne (Bunny), Joan Swift (Anita), Danny Bonaduce (Robert), Diane Murphy (Diane).
Samantha and Darrin celebrate Tabitha's birthday with a few uninvited and very unwelcomed guests -- thanks to Uncle Arthur's meddling.

November 13, 1969: Samantha's Secret Spell
Season 6, episode 9
W: Ed Jurist   D: Richard Michaels

With Jean Blake (Betty), Bernie Kopell (Apothecary), Jerry Rush (Guard).
Samantha's mother, Endora, gets so mad at Darrin that she threatens to turn him into a mouse by midnight.

November 20, 1969: Daddy Comes To Visit (1)
Season 6, episode 10
W: Rick Mittleman   D: Richard Michaels

With John Fiedler (Bliss Jr.), J. Edward McKinley (Bliss Sr.), Maurice Evans (Maurice).
Samatha's father, Maurice, decides that his daughter shouldn't have to do household chores like a mortal just because she's married to one.

November 27, 1969: Darrin The Warlock (2)
Season 6, episode 11
W: Rick Mittleman   D: Richard Michaels

With John Fiedler (Bliss Jr.), J. Edward McKinley (Bliss Sr.), Maurice Evans (Maurice), Irene Byatt (Betty).
Samanth worries that the delicate balance of her marriage to a mortal will be destroyed by her father's gift of warlock powers to Darrin.

December 4, 1969: Sam's Double Mother Trouble
Season 6, episode 12
W: Peggy Chantler Dick, Douglas Dick   D: David White

With Jane Connell (Mother Goose), Alice Ghostley (Esmerelda), Mabel Albertson (Phyllis), Roy Roberts (Frank).
Mother Goose arrives courtesy of one of Esmerelda's goofs at the same time that Darrin's mother makes a surprise visit.

December 11, 1969: You're So Agreeable
Season 6, episode 13
W: Ed Jurist   D: Luther James

With Charles Lane (Shotwell), J. Edward McKinley (Washburn), Bernie Kuby (Waitress), Sandra Gould (Gladys), George Tobias (Abner), Morgan Jones (Johnson), Marion Madden (Miss Wiley), Sandra Kent (Hostess).
Darrin loses his job while under the spell of Samantha's mother. He agrees with everything and everybody.

December 18, 1969: Santa Comes To Visit And Stays And Stays
Season 6, episode 14
W: Ed Jurist   D: Richard Michaels

With Ronald Long (Santa Claus), Alice Ghostley (Esmerelda), Sandra Gould (Gladys), George Tobias (Abner).
Esmerelda conjures up the real Santa Claus on Christmas Eve and cannot get him back to the North Pole. So Samantha brings in his elves and sleigh and reindeer, and turns the house into Santa's Workshop.

January 1, 1970: Samantha's Better Halves
Season 6, episode 15
W: Lila Garrett, Bernie Kahn   D: William Asher

With Richard Loo (Mr. Tanaka), Frances Fong (Mrs. Tanaka), Debbie Wong (Stewardess).
Darrin is torn between going to Japan on business and staying home with the new baby, so Endora tries to help by splitting him into two people.

January 8, 1970: Samantha's Lost Weekend
Season 6, episode 16
W: Richard Baer   D: Richard Michaels

With Alice Ghostley (Esmerelda), Bernard Fox (Dr. Bombay), Bernie Kopell (Apothecary), George Tobias (Abner), Sandra Gould (Gladys), Pat Priest (Nurse), Jonathan Hole (Manager), Merie Earle (Old Lady), Nick Klar (Hippie).
Esmerelda casts a spell on a glass of milk to make Tabitha, who is jealous of her baby brother, eat her breakfast. Samantha accidentally drinks the milk.

January 15, 1970: The Phrase Is Familiar
Season 6, episode 17
W: Jerry Mayer   D: Richard Michaels

With Cliff Norton (H.B. Summers), Jay Robinson (Phipps), Todd Baron (Artful Dodger).
Darrin has to cope with a strange spell and an equally strange tutor for daughter Tabitha.

January 22, 1970: Samantha's Secret Is Discovered
Season 6, episode 18
W: Lila Garrett, Bernie Kahn   D: William Asher

With Bernie Kopell (Dr. Rhinestone), Mabel Albertson (Phyllis), Roy Roberts (Frank), Nydia Westman (Mrs. Quigley).
Mrs. Stephens walks in just as Samanatha and her mother, Endora, are arguing about the decor of the living room. Endora zaps in Louis XIV furniture and Samantha zaps back the old furniture, while the unnoticed mother-in-law watches and decides she is losing her mind.

January 29, 1970: Tabitha's Very Own Samantha
Season 6, episode 19
W: Shirley Gordon   D: William Asher

With Sara Seegar (Mrs. Nickerson), Parley Baer (Mr. Nickerson), Sandra Gould (Gladys), George Tobias (Abner), Kay Elliot (Aunt Hagatha).
Little Tabitha, jealous of all the time Samantha is spending with the baby, zaps up a mother who will be all her own. She looks, acts and talks exactly like Tabitha's real mother.

February 5, 1970: Super Arthur
Season 6, episode 20
W: Ed Jurist   D: Richard Michaels

With Paul Smith (1st Cop), Bernie Kuby (Man Watering), Paul Lynde (Uncle Arthur), Bernard Fox (Dr. Bombay), Spence Wil-Dee (Golf Attendant).
Samantha calls on Dr. Bombay to treat Uncle Arthur for failing powers. The treatment has a side effect which has an unsettling effect on the entire neighborhood.

February 12, 1970: What Makes Darrin Run?
Season 6, episode 21
W: Lila Garrett   D: William Asher

With Bernie Kuby, Kasey Rogers (Louise), Leon Ames (Mr. McMann), Jeanne Sorel (Mrs. McMann), Jerry Rush (Maitre 'd).
Endora casts a spell on Darrin, turning him into an overly ambitious guy who tries to take control of the advertising agency.

February 19, 1970: Serena Stops The Show
Season 6, episode 22
W: Richard Baer   D: Richard Michaels

With Art Metrano (Chick), Elizabeth Montgomery (Serena), Tommy Boyce (Himself), Bobby Hart (Himself), Judy Strangis (Sandra), Cindy Malone (Lee Anne), Jeff Burton (Doorman).
Samantha's cousin Serena makes her debut as a singer and dancer. She wants the Boyce and Hart singing duo for the witches' annual Cosmic Cotillion, and insists they use a song she has written. When they won't cooperate, she takes their popularity away. In turn, the boys' angry client threatens to take his advertising business away from Darrin.

February 26, 1970: Just A Kid Again
Season 6, episode 23
W: Jerry Mayer   D: Richard Michaels

With Ron Masak (Bates), Pat Priest (Ruthie), Richard Powell (Bates Jr.).
Because of Samantha's witchling daughter, a toy salesman gets the chance to be a child again.

March 5, 1970: The Generation Zap
Season 6, episode 24
W: Ed Jurist   D: William Asher

With Melodie Johnson (Dusty), Arch Johnson (Harrison).
Darrin is assigned to show a client's daughter how an advertising agency works, a simple chore until Endora has a spell cast on the poor girl.

March 12, 1970: Okay, Who's The Wise Witch?
Season 6, episode 25
W: Richard Baer   D: Richard Michaels

With Alice Ghostley (Esmerelda), Bernard Fox (Dr. Bombay).
Samantha, Darrin, Endora and maid Esmerelda all become prisoners in ther own house when doors won't open and windows won't break.

March 19, 1970: A Chance On Love
Season 6, episode 26
W: John L. Greene   D: Richard Michaels

With Bernie Kuby (Waiter), Elizabeth Montgomery (Serena), Kasey Rogers (Louise), Jack Cassidy (Dinsdale), Molly Dodd (Mrs. Corby).
Samantha forgets she has to sell tickets in a hotel lobby to benefit underprivileged children. When cousin Serena takes her place, an important client of Darrin's advertising agency falls in love with her.

March 26, 1970: If The Shoe Pinches
Season 6, episode 27
W: Ed Jurist   D: William Asher

With Henry Gibson (Tim O'Shanter).
At Endora's instigation a leprechaun puts a spell on Darrin, through a pair of shoes which make him lazy and unwilling to work.

April 2, 1970: Mona Sammy
Season 6, episode 28
W: Michael Morris   D: William Asher

With Mabel Albertson (Phyllis), Roy Roberts (Frank), Kasey Rogers (Louise).
Samantha and Darrin are preparing to entertain the Tates at dinner when Endora arrives with a gift which threatens their marriage.

April 9, 1970: Turn On The Old Charm
Season 6, episode 29
W: Richard Baer   D: Richard Michaels

With John Fiedler (Sunshine), Alice Ghostley (Esmerelda).
Samantha borrows a magic amulet from her father to protect Darrin from Endora's witchcraft, and he uses the amulet to make Endora wait on him.

April 16, 1970: Make Love, Not Hate
Season 6, episode 30
W: Ed Jurist   D: William Asher

With Cliff Norton (Norton), Charles Lane (Mr. Meiklejohn), Sara Seegar (Mrs. Meiklejohn), Alice Ghostley (Esmerelda), Bernard Fox (Dr. Bombay).
Samantha's plans for an elegant dinner are upset by a love potion. The liquid accidentally gets mixed into the hors d'ouevre Samantha has prepared for Darrin, his boss, their client and his wife.





September 24, 1970: To Go Or Not To Go, That Is The Question (1)
Season 7, episode 1
W: Michael Morris   D: William Asher

With Jane Connell (Hepzibah).
In the first episode of the series' seventh year, Samantha refuses to attend the witches convention in Salem, Mass., site of the witch trials of 1692, without her husband, even though mortals are barred from such gatherings.

October 1, 1970: Salem, Here We Come (2)
Season 7, episode 2
W: Michael Morris   D: William Asher

With Jane Connell (Hepzibah), Cesar Romero (Ernest Hitchcock), Ray Young (Man).
The high priestess of all witches in Salem, Mass. decides to spend a week with the Stephenses to observe Samantha's marriage to Darrin to determine if it should be allowed to continue.

October 8, 1970: The Salem Saga (1)
Season 7, episode 3
W: Ed Jurist   D: William Asher

With Dick Wilson (Old Timer), Richard X. Slattery (Policeman #1), Ron Masak (Policeman #2), Jack Griffin (Cab Driver), Nancy Priddy (Stewardess #1), Joan Hotchkis (Miss Ferndale), Irenee Byatt (Lady Passenger), Maggie Malooley (Elsie), T.J. Halligan (Man), Etienne Viazie (Airport Clerk), Maureen McCurry (Maureen).
In Salem for the witches convention, Samantha and Darrin become involved in the theft of an antique bedwarmer from the House of the Seven Gables.

October 15, 1970: Samantha's Hot Bed Warmer (2)
Season 7, episode 4
W: Ed Jurist   D: William Asher

With Dick Wilson (Old Timer), Richard X. Slattery (Policeman #1), Ron Masak (Policeman #2), Elizabeth Montgomery (Serena), Noam Pitlik (Newton), Virginia Hawkins (Witch), Jack Wells (Captain Harkness), Bill Zuckert (Judge), Joan Hotchkis (Miss Ferndale).
Samantha's husband is charged with stealing an antique bedwarmer from the House of Seven Gables and is sent to jail in Salem.

October 22, 1970: Darrin On A Pedestal
Season 7, episode 5
W: Bernie Kahn   D: William Asher

With Dick Wilson (Old Timer), Elizabeth Montgomery (Serena), Wallace Rooney (Gardner), Jud Strunk (Maitre d'), Victoria Thompson (Hat Check Girl), Robert Brown (Seaman), John Gallaudet (Barrows).
Samantha's cousin zaps Darrin onto the pedestal of the famed Helmsman statue in Gloucester, and then romps off with the "liberated" seaman.

October 29, 1970: Paul Revere Rides Again
Season 7, episode 6
W: Phil Sharp, Henry Sharp   D: Richard Michaels

With Ron Masak (Clancey), Parley Baer (Desk Sergeant), Alice Ghostley (Esmerelda), Jud Strunk (Bellboy), Jack Naughton (Cabbie), Lew Horn (Male Tourist), Dorothy Love (Operator), Jonathan Harris (Sir Leslie), Bert Convy (Paul Revere).
Samantha asks Esmeralda to zap a Paul Revere teapot to her in Salem and the patriot himself arrives.

November 5, 1970: Samantha's Bad Day In Salem
Season 7, episode 7
W: Michael Morris   D: William Asher

With Bernie Kuby (Waiter), Anne Seymour (Mirabelle), Hal England (Waldo).
Samantha's marriage to a mortal is threatened by a childhood friend -- a warlock -- attending the witches convention in Salem, Mass. He has zapped up a robot-like Samantha to replace the one he can't have.

November 12, 1970: Samantha's Old Salem Trip
Season 7, episode 8
W: Ed Jurist   D: Richard Michaels

With Ronald Long (Magistrate), Maudie Prickett (Mrs. Farley), Alice Ghostley (Esmerelda), Joseph V. Perry (Luther), Martin Ashe (First Man), James Westerfield (Mr. Farley).
Esmeralda accidentally zaps Samantha from home to 17th century Salem, Mass., and Darrin lands in the stocks accused of witchcraft when he tries to rescue her.

November 19, 1970: Samantha's Pet Warlock
Season 7, episode 9
W: Jerry Mayer   D: Richard Michaels

With Sandra Gould (Gladys), George Tobias (Abner), Noam Pitlik (Ashley), David Huddleston (Attendant), Edward Andrews (Gibbons).
Samantha is pursued by an amorous warlock disguised as a dog while Darrin tries to convince a dog food manufacturer he loves dogs.

December 3, 1970: Samantha's Old Man
Season 7, episode 10
W: Michael Morris   D: Richard Michaels

With Kasey Rogers (Louise), Hope Summers (Carolyn), Joe Rose (Waiter), Ruth McDevitt (Millicent).
In order to dramatically show Samantha that her love for Darrin is just a temporary thing, Endora zaps him into a 70-year-old man.

December 10, 1970: The Corsican Cousins
Season 7, episode 11
W: Ed Jurist   D: Richard Michaels

With Elizabeth Montgomery (Serena), Barbara Morrison (Mrs. Nichols), Ann Doran (Mrs. Raphael), Robert Wolders (Clark), Jerry Rush (Dancer).
Endora makes Samantha act like Serena, upsetting the Stephenses' opportunity to join an exclusive country club.

December 17, 1970: Samantha's Magic Potion
Season 7, episode 12
W: Shirley Gordon   D: William Asher

With Charles Lane (Harmon), Bernard Fox (Dr. Bombay).
Samantha's husband gives up trying to maintain the delicate balance between witchcraft and mortal life that has sustained their marriage. A series of business setbacks convince Darrin that his mother-in-law has cast a spell on him.

December 24, 1970: Sisters At Heart
Season 7, episode 13
W: Barbara Avedon, William Asher   D: William Asher

With Parley Baer (Mr. Brockaway), Venetta Rogers (Lisa), Don Marshall (Keith), Janee Michelle (Dorothy).
Samantha's husband is removed from an important account when a bigoted client mistakes a little black girl visiting the Stephenses for Darrin's daughter. The episode is based on a script written by black students at Jefferson High School in Los Angeles.

January 14, 1971: Mother-In-Law Of The Year
Season 7, episode 14
W: Phil Sharp, Henry Sharp   D: William Asher

With Robert Q. Lewis (Maxwell), Jim Lange (M.C.), John McGiver (Bobbins).
Samantha's mother promotes herself as the ideal mother-in-law for a candy company campaign Darrin is arranging.

January 21, 1971: Mary, The Good Fairy
Season 7, episode 15
W: Ed Jurist   D: William Asher

With Sandra Gould (Gladys), George Tobias (Abner), Ricky Powell (Sidney), Imogene Coca (Mary).
Mary the Good Fairy visits the Stephenses the night Tabitha loses a tooth and enjoys a wee bit too much of the brandy Darrin offers her.

January 28, 1971: The Good Fairy Strikes Again
Season 7, episode 16
W: Ed Jurist   D: William Asher

With Paul Smith (Officer #2), Herb Voland (Mr. Ferber), Sandra Gould (Gladys), George Tobias (Abner), Vic Tayback (Officer #1), Imogene Coca (Mary).
Samantha is stuck with the nightly job of placing money under children's pillows after they lose teeth, when Mary the Good Fairy decides she is tired of the job.

February 4, 1971: The Return Of Darrin The Bold
Season 7, episode 17
W: Ed Jurist   D: Richard Michaels

With Richard X. Slattery (Ferguson), Elizabeth Montgomery (Serena), Burt Mustin (Guru), Allen Emerson (Gawain), Nada Rowand (Girl), David Huddleston (Dave).
Samantha is amazed when her mortal husband suddenly becomes a warlock, then learns she has to masquerade as Serena in 14th-century Ireland to remove the spell.

February 11, 1971: The House That Uncle Arthur Built
Season 7, episode 18
W: Bernie Kahn   D: Richard Michaels

With J. Edward McKinley (Mr. Rockfield), Elizabeth Montgomery (Serena), Paul Lynde (Uncle Arthur), Ysabel MacCloskey (Mrs. Rockfield), Barbara Rhoades (Aretha).
Samantha is distressed when Uncle Arthur leaves his bag of corny jokes and tricks at her place because he has fallen in love with a witch who doesn't like kidding around.

February 18, 1971: Samantha And The Troll
Season 7, episode 19
W: Lila Garrett, Joel Rapp   D: William Asher

With Elizabeth Montgomery (Serena), Diane Murphy (Raggedy Ann), Felix Silla (Troll), Bob Cummings (Mr. Berkley), Nan Martin (Mrs. Berkley).
When Samantha asks Serena to watch the children while she gets her witchcraft retuned, the trouble begins for her mortal husband.

February 25, 1971: This Little Piggie
Season 7, episode 20
W: Ed Jurist   D: Richard Michaels

With Sandra Gould (Gladys), George Tobias (Abner), Ysabel MacCloskey (Aunt Hagatha), Ann Doran (Betty), Allen Jenkins (Janitor), Herb Edelman (Colonel Bringham).
Samantha's mother plays havoc with Darrin's business life by casting a spell to give him the head of a pig.

March 4, 1971: Mixed Doubles
Season 7, episode 21
W: Richard Baer   D: William Asher

With Bernard Fox (Dr. Bombay), Kasey Rogers (Louise), Natalie Core (Betty), Mitchell Silberman (Jon).
When Samantha's witchcraft goes awry, she becomes Louise Tate and Louise becomes her without Louise or their husbands knowing what is going on.

March 11, 1971: Darrin Goes Ape
Season 7, episode 22
W: Leo Townsend, Pauline Townsend   D: Richard Michaels

With Paul Smith (Officer #1), Herb Vigran (Sergeant), Sandra Gould (Gladys), George Tobias (Abner), Elizabeth Montgomery (Serena), Ysabel MacCloskey (Hagatha), Jack Wells (TV Announcer), Sidney Clute (Officer #2), Allen Jenkins (Alex), Milton Selzer (Pete).
Samantha's cousin Serena turns Darrin into a gorilla when he rejects her offer of friendship.

March 18, 1971: Money Happy Returns
Season 7, episode 23
W: Milt Rosen   D: Richard Michaels

With Kasey Rogers (Louise), Karl Lukas (Braun), Mitchell Silberman (Willie), Arch Johnson (Kosko), Allen Jenkins (Cabbie).
Samantha's husband finds an envelope full of money and thinks Sam or her mother is responsible until he is harrassed by gangsters.

March 25, 1971: Out Of The Mouths Of Babes
Season 7, episode 24
W: Michael Morris   D: Richard Michaels

With Eric Scott (Herbie), David Huddleston (Flanagan), Gene Andrusco (Marvin).
Samath's mother, Endora, zaps Darrin into a little boy while he's trying to dream up a new ad campaign.

April 1, 1971: Sam's Psychic Pslip
Season 7, episode 25
W: John L. Greene   D: William Asher

With Irwin Charone (Detective), Bernard Fox (Dr. Bombay), Elizabeth Montgomery (Serena), Irene Byatt (Woman With Mirror), Mabel Albertson (Mrs. Stephens).
When Samantha uses witchcraft to clean up her kitchen, her guilt leads to a strange case of hiccups.

April 8, 1971: Samantha's Magic Mirror
Season 7, episode 26
W: Ed Jurist   D: Richard Michaels

With Alice Ghostley (Esmerelda), Tom Bosley (Ferdy), Jack Denton (Policeman #1), Ed Deemer (Policeman #2), David Manzy (Golf Attendant), Nancy Priddy (Esmerelda's Mirror Image), Richard Rowley (Nephew).
Samantha's efforts to help Esmeralda captivate her boyfriend of 400 years ago puts a strain on her happy home and husband Darrin.

April 15, 1971: Laugh, Clown, Laugh
Season 7, episode 27
W: Ed Jurist   D: William Asher

With Charles Lane (Mr. Jameson), Sandra Gould (Gladys), George Tobias (Abner), Ysabel MacCloskey (Mrs. Jameson), Marcia Wallace (Betty).
Samantha watches helplessly while Darrin, under her mother's spell, laughs at serious things and alienates an important client.

April 22, 1971: Samantha And The Antique Doll
Season 7, episode 28
W: Ed Jurist   D: Richard Michaels

With Mabel Albertson (Phyllis), Robert F. Simon (Frank).
Samantha's mother-in-law is persuaded that she has special powers so that she will not discover that her granddaughter Tabitha is a witchling.





September 15, 1971: How Not To Lose Your Head To King Henry VIII (1)
Season 8, episode 1
W: Ed Jurist   D: William Asher

With Ronald Long (Henry VIII), Henry Oliver (Friar), Victor Rogers (Nobleman), Mike Howden (Knight), Ivor Barry (Chamberlain), Arlene Martel (Malvina), Laurie Main (Guide).
Series returns for its eighth season with a two-part episode. In part one, Samantha and Darrin are in Europe on a pleasure trip. During a visit to the Tower of London, Samantha frees a nobleman trapped in a portrait.

September 22, 1971: How Not To Lose Your Head To King Henry VIII (2)
Season 8, episode 2
W: Ed Jurist   D: William Asher

With Ronald Long (Henry VIII), John Mitchum (Jailer), Ivor Barry (Chamberlain), Arlene Martel (Malvina).
Samantha, who has been zapped back in time to the court of King Henry VIII by an angry witch, catches the eye of the marrying monarch.

September 29, 1971: Samantha And The Loch Ness Monster
Season 8, episode 3
W: Michael Morris   D: William Asher

With Bernie Kopell (Baron), Steve Franken (Bruce), Elizabeth Montgomery (Serena), Don Knight (Robbie).
While visiting Scotland, Samantha discovers that the famed Loch Ness monster is actually a warlock.

October 6, 1971: Samantha's Not-So-Leaning Tower Of Pisa
Season 8, episode 4
W: Ed Jurist   D: William Asher

With Alice Ghostley (Esmerelda), Steve Conte (Priest), John Rico (Count Bracini).
Samantha discovers that Esmeralda caused Pisa's famed tower to lean, and when Esmeralda tries to rectify the centuries-old situation the townspeople fear their economy will be ruined.

October 13, 1971: Bewitched, Bothered, And Baldoni
Season 8, episode 5
W: Michael Morris   D: William Asher

With Al Molinaro (Guide), Lou Krugman (Mr. Baldoni), Penny Santon (Mrs. Baldoni), Michael Byron Taylor (Adonis).
While Samantha and Darrin are in Rome, Endora zaps the staue of Venus to life in order to create problems between Darrin and his wife.

October 20, 1971: Paris, Witches' Style
Season 8, episode 6
W: Michael Morris   D: William Asher

With Maurice Evans (Maurice), Maurice Marsac (Sagan).
Samantha's father is angered when he discovers Sam and Darrin have been in Europe without seeing him.

October 27, 1971: The Ghost Who Made A Spectre Of Himself
Season 8, episode 7
W: Ed Jurist   D: William Asher

With Kasey Rogers (Louise), Elizabeth Rogers (Duchess), Cicely Walper (Maid), Maurice Dallimore (Duke), Patrick Horgan (Ghost).
When Samantha and Darrin stay in an English castle, a ghost falls in love with Samantha.

November 3, 1971: TV Or Not TV
Season 8, episode 8
W: Bernie Kahn   D: William Asher

With Ed Call (Steamboat Bill), Kathleen Richards (Robin), John Gallaudet (Lester Silverton), Robert Q. Lewis (Director), Wanda Hendrix (Helen Silverton).
After an unexpected appearance on a children's TV show, Tabitha is asked to be a regular, making her parents fear she'll become a child star.

November 10, 1971: A Plague On Maurice And Samantha
Season 8, episode 9
W: Ed Jurist   D: Richard Michaels

With J. Edward McKinley (Benson), Bernie Kopell (Apothecary), Bernard Fox (Dr. Bombay), Maurice Evans (Maurice), Susan Hathaway (Betty).
A virus which Samantha passes on to her father deprives them both of witchcraft powers.

November 17, 1971: Hansel And Gretel In Samanthaland
Season 8, episode 10
W: Michael Morris   D: Richard Michaels

With Richard X. Slattery (Policeman #1), Kasey Rogers (Louise), Eric Chase (Hansel), Cindy Henderson (Gretel), Joel Lawrence (Policeman #2), Billie Hayes (Witch), Bobo Lewis (Stepmother).
Samantha has trouble when daughter Tabitha zaps Hansel and Gretel to life and disappears into their storybook world.

December 1, 1971: The Warlock In The Gray Flannel Suit
Season 8, episode 11
W: John L. Greene   D: Richard Michaels

With Bernie Kopell (Alonzo), Charles Lane (Cushman), Samantha Scott (Betty).
Angry because Darrin won't let Samantha attend her cousin's wedding, Endora enlists the aid of a hippie warlock to push Darrin out of his job.

December 8, 1971: The Eight-Year Witch
Season 8, episode 12
W: Ruth Brooks Flippen   D: Richard Michaels

With Parley Baer (Burkeholder), Samantha Scott (Betty), Roger Lajoie (Waiter), Julie Newmar (Ophelia).
Endora turns a cat into a beautiful woman to prove to Samantha that Darrin is suffering the seven-year itch -- a year late.

December 15, 1971: Three Men And A Witch On A Horse
Season 8, episode 13
W: Ed Jurist   D: Richard Michaels

With John Fiedler (Spengler), Hoke Howell (Dancer), Scatman Crothers (Handler).
Samantha's mother, Endora, casts a spell making Darrin a compulsive gambler.

December 29, 1971: Adam, Warlock Or Washout?
Season 8, episode 14
W: Ed Jurist   D: William Asher

With Bernie Kuby (Golfer #1), Maurice Evans (Maurice), Lew Horn (Golfer #2), Diana Chesney (Enchantra), Mary Esther Denver (Grimalda).
Samantha's marriage to Darrin hinges on the results of the witches council testing committee's decision on their son Adam.

January 5, 1972: Samantha's Magic Sitter
Season 8, episode 15
W: Phil Sharp, Henry Sharp   D: Richard Michaels

With Richard X. Slattery (Mr. Norton), Alice Ghostley (Esmerelda), Ricky Powell (Ralph Norton), Christian Juttner (Robert), Jeanne Arnold (Mrs. Norton).
Esmerelda baby-sits with sons of one of Darrin's clients, creating major problems for Darrin and Samantha.

January 15, 1972: Samantha Is Earthbound
Season 8, episode 16
W: Michael Morris   D: Richard Michaels

With Jack Collins (Mr. Prescott), Sara Seegar (Mrs. Prescott), Bernard Fox (Dr. Bombay), Molly Dodd (Mrs. Brock).
Samantha develops a condition which makes her weight almost 500 lbs. just before she's to model at a charity bazaar for one of Darrin's clients.

January 22, 1972: Serena's Richcraft
Season 8, episode 17
W: Michael Morris   D: William Asher

With Bernie Kuby (Waiter), Elizabeth Montgomery (Serena), Ellen Weston (Pirhana), Joe Ross (Steward), Peter Lawford (Woolcott).
Samantha and Darrin have an unwelcome houseguest, her sister Serena (whose powers have been taken away by a jealous witch) who falls for Darrin's rich client.

January 29, 1972: Samantha On Thin Ice
Season 8, episode 18
W: Richard Baer   D: William Asher

With Alan Oppenheimer (Blades), Bob Paul (Instructor).
Even though witches can master anything instantly, Samantha accedes to Darrin's demand that Tabitha learn to ice skate the mortal way.

February 5, 1972: Serena's Youth Pill
Season 8, episode 19
W: Michael Morris   D: E.W. Swackhamer

With Kasey Rogers (Louise), David Hayward (Young Larry), Ted Foulkes (Little Larry), Irene Byatt (Betty).
While baby-sitting, Serena decides to liven things up by giving Larry, Darrin's boss, a youth pill.

February 12, 1972: Tabitha's First Day At School
Season 8, episode 20
W: Ed Jurist   D: Richard Michaels

With Maudie Prickett (Miss Peabody), Allen Jenkins (Janitor), Nita Talbot (Mrs. Rollnick), Jeanne Arnold (Mrs. Hickman), Michael Hughes (Charlton), Melissa Sue Anderson (Girl).
Samantha agrees to send Tabitha to school although she fears that the teachers will discover the girl is a witchling.

February 19, 1972: George Washington Zapped Here (1)
Season 8, episode 21
W: Michael Morris   D: Richard Michaels

With Will Geer (George Washington), Herb Vigran (Sergeant), Dick Wilson (Neighbor), Jane Connell (Martha Washington), Alice Ghostley (Esmerelda), John Garwood (Officer), Renee Tetro (Hippie #1), Thad Geer (Hippie #2).
By mistake, Esmerelda zaps George Washington into the 20th century and the Stephenses' home. Later, he's arrested for disturbing the peace while addressing a gathering in a park.

February 26, 1972: George Washington Zapped Here (2)
Season 8, episode 22
W: Michael Morris   D: Richard Michaels

With Will Geer (George Washington), Herb Vigran (Sergeant), Herb Voland (Jamison), Jane Connell (Martha Washington), Jack Collins (Judge), Alice Ghostley (Esmerelda), Renee Tetro (Hippie #1), Thad Geer (Hippie #2), John Garwood (Officer).
George Washington, zapped into the 20th century by Esmeralda's mistake, faces charges of disturbing the peace.

March 4, 1972: School Days, School Daze
Season 8, episode 23
W: Michael Morris   D: Richard Michaels

With Charles Lane (Mr. Roland), Maudie Prickett (Mrs. Peabody), Melissa Sue Anderson (Girl at School).
Much to Samantha's dismay, her witchling daughter is tested by her amazed teachers and found to be a genius.

March 11, 1972: A Good Turn Never Goes Unpunished
Season 8, episode 24
W: Bernie Kahn   D: Ernest Losso

With J. Edward McKinley (Benson).
Samantha is angered when Darrin accuses her of using witchcraft to come up with an ad slogan for a mattress manufacturer.

March 18, 1972: Samantha's Witchcraft Blows A Fuse
Season 8, episode 25
W: Leo Townsend   D: Richard Michaels

With Paul Smith (Charlie), Herb Vigran (Sergeant), Bernie Kopell (Apothecary), Richard X. Slattery (Fred), Bernard Fox (Dr. Bombay), Suzanne Little (Nurse Often), Reta Shaw (Aunt Hagatha), Benson Fong (Mr. Fong), Janos Prohaska (Dodo Bird).
Samantha seems doomed to go through life with bright red stripes crisscrossing her face after consuming an exotic drink.

March 25, 1972: The Truth, Nothing But The Truth, So Help Me Sam
Season 8, episode 26
W: Ed Jurist   D: William Asher

With Parley Baer (Ed Franklin), Sara Seegar (Frances Franklin), Bernie Kuby (Salesman), Emily Banks (Betty).
Endora decides to test Darrin's devotion to Samantha by putting him under a spell which makes him tell the absolute truth.


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