Bewitched (1964-1972)

USA, 17 September -25 March 1972
8 seasons, 254 episodes, average 25m
35mm film, colour, 4:3
mono, English

An American fantasy comedy television series created by Sol Saks. 254 episodes were broadcast over 8 seasons between 17 September 1964 and 25 March 1972 on ABC.

Premise

Samantha seems to be an ordinary suburban housewife but is really a witch. The rest of her kind has lived apart from humans for centuries but Samantha has fallen in love with and – worse still – married the mortal Darrin Stephens. She tries hard to be an average housewife and mother to Tabitha and Adam but never really escapes her heritage.

Credits

Regular Crew
Screen Gems; Ashmont Productions [seasons seven and eight]
Executive Producer: Harry Ackerman
Produced by: Danny Arnold [season one]; Jerry Davis [seasons one and two]; William Froug [season three]; William Asher [seasons four to eight]
Theme Music: Howard Greenfield, Jack Keller
Music by: Warren Barker

Regular Cast
Elizabeth Montgomery (Samantha Stephens)
Dick York (Darrin Stephens) [seasons 1-6]
Dick Sargent (Darrin Stephens) [seasons 6-8]
Agnes Moorehead (Endora)
David White (Larry Tate)

Episodes

Season One
I, Darrin, Take This Witch, Samantha (17 September 1964)
Written by: Sol Saks
Directed by: William Asher

Be It Ever So Mortgaged (24 September 1964)
Written by: Barbara Avedon
Directed by: William Asher

Mother Meets What's-His-Name (8 October 1964)
Written by: Danny Arnold
Directed by: William Asher

It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog (10 June 1965)
Written by: Jerry Davis
Directed by: William Asher

Help, Help, Don't Save Me (15 October 1964)
Written by: Danny Arnold
Directed by: William Asher

Little Pitchers Have Big Fears (22 October 1964)
Written by: Barbara Avedon
Directed by: William Asher

The Are Out (29 October 1964)
Written by: Bernard Slade
Directed by: William Asher

The Girl Reporter (5 November 1964)
Written by: Paul David & John L. Greene
Directed by: William Asher

Witch or Wife (12 November 1964)
Written by: Bernard Slade
Directed by: William Asher

Just One Big Happy Family (19 November 1964)
Written by: Fred Freeman & Lawrence J. Cohen
Directed by: William Asher

It Takes One to Know One (26 November 1964)
Written by: Jack Sher
Directed by: William Asher

…And Something Makes Three (3 December 1964)
Written by: Danny Arnold
Directed by: William Asher

Love Is Blind (10 December 1964)
Written by: Roland Wolpert
Directed by: William Asher

Samantha Meets the Folks (17 December 1964)
Written by: Bernard Slade
Directed by: William Asher

A Vision of Sugar Plums (24 December 1964)
Written by: Herman Groves
Directed by: Alan Rafkin

It's Magic (7 January 1965)
Written by: Tom Waldman & Frank Waldman
Directed by: Sidney Miller

A Is for Aardvark (14 January 1965)
Written by: Earl Barret
Directed by: Ida Lupino

The Cat's Meow (21 January 1965)
Written by: Richard Sale & Mary Sale
Directed by: David McDearmon

A Nice Little Dinner Party (28 January 1965)
Written by: Bernard Slade
Directed by: Sherman Marks

Your Witch Is Showing (4 February 1965)
Written by: Joanna Lee (credited as Joanne Lee )
Directed by: Joseph Pevney

Ling Ling (11 February 1965)
Teleplay by: Jerry Davis
Story by: Anthony Wilson
Directed by: David McDearmon

Eye of the Beholder (25 February 1965)
Written by: Herman Groves
Directed by: William Asher

Red Light, Green Light (4 March 1965)
Written by: Roland Wolpert
Directed by: David McDearmon

Which Witch Is Which? (11 March 1965)
Written by: Earl Barret
Directed by: William D. Russell

Pleasure O'Riley (18 March 1965)
Written by: Ken Englund
Directed by: William D. Russell

Driving Is the Only Way to Fly (25 March 1965)
Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: William Asher

There's No Witch Like an Old Witch (1 April 1965)
Written by: Ted Sherdeman & Jane Klove
Directed by: William Asher

Open the Door Witchcraft (8 April 1965)
Written by: Ruth Brooks Flippen
Directed by: William Asher

Abner Kadabra (15 April 1965)
Written by: Lawrence J. Cohen & Fred Freeman
Directed by: William Asher

George, the Warlock (22 April 1965)
Written by: Ken Englund
Directed by: William Asher

That Was My Wife (29 April 1965)
Written by: Bernard Slade
Directed by: William Asher

Illegal Separation (6 May 1965)
Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: William Asher

A Change of Face (13 May 1965)
Written by: Bernard Slade
Directed by: William Asher

Remember the Main (20 May 1965)
Written by: Mort R. Lewis
Directed by: William D. Russell

Eat at Mario's (27 May 1965)
Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: William Asher

Cousin Edgar (3 June 1965)
Teleplay by: Paul Wayne
Story by: John L. Greene & Paul David
Directed by: E.W. Swackhamer

Season Two

Alias Darrin Stephens (16 September 1965)
Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: William Asher

A Very Special Delivery (23 September 1965)
Written by: Howard Leeds
Directed by: William Asher

We're in for a Bad Spell (30 September 1965)
Written by: Bernard Slade
Directed by: Howard Morris

My Grandson, the Warlock (7 October 1965)
Written by: Ted Sherdeman & Jane Klove
Directed by: E.W. Swackhamer

The Joker Is a Card (14 October 1965)
Written by: Ron Friedman
Directed by: E.W. Swackhamer

Take Two Aspirin and Half a Pint of Porpoise Milk (21 October 1965)
Written by: Bernard Slade
Directed by: William Asher

Trick or Treat (28 October 1965)
Written by: Lawrence J. Cohen & Fred Freeman
Directed by: E.W. Swackhammer

The Very Informal Dress (4 November 1965)
Written by: Paul David & John L. Greene
Directed by: William Asher

And Then I Wrote (11 November 1965)
Written by: Paul Wayne
Directed by: E.W. Swackhamer

Junior Executive (18 November 1965)
Written by: Bernard Slade
Directed by: Howard Morris

Aunt Clara's Old Flame (25 November 1965)
Written by: Bernard Slade
Directed by: E.W. Swackhamer

A Strange Little Visitor (2 December 1965)
Written by: John L. Greene & Paul David
Directed by: E.W. Swackhamer

My Boss, the Teddy Bear (9 December 1965)
Written by: Bernard Slade
Directed by: William Asher

Speak the Truth (16 December 1965)
Written by: Paul David & John L. Greene
Directed by: William Asher

A Vision of Sugar Plums (23 December 1965)
Written by: Herman Groves
Directed by: Alan Rafkin

The Magic Cabin (30 December 1965)
Written by: Paul Wayne
Directed by: William Asher

Maid to Order (6 January 1966)
Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: William Asher

And Then There Were Three (13 January 1966)
Written by: Bernard Slade
Directed by: William Asher

My Baby, the Tycoon (20 January 1966)
Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: William Asher

Samantha Meets the Folks (27 January 1966)
Written by: Bernard Slade
Directed by: William Asher

Fastest Gun on Madison Avenue (3 February 1966)
Written by: Lee Erwin
Directed by: William Asher

The Dancing Bear (10 February 1966)
Written by: James S. Henerson
Directed by: William Asher

Double Tate (17 February 1966)
Written by: Paul Wayne
Directed by: William Asher

Samantha the Dressmaker (24 February 1966)
Written by: Lee Erwin
Directed by: William Asher

The Horse's Mouth (3 March 1966)
Written by: Paul David & John L. Greene
Directed by: William Asher

Baby's First Paragraph (10 March 1966)
Written by: James S. Henerson
Directed by: William Asher

The Leprechaun (17 March 1966)
Written by: Paul David & John L. Greene
Directed by: William Asher

Double Split (24 March 1966)
Written by: Howard Leeds
Directed by: Jerry Davis

Disappearing Samantha (7 April 1966)
Written by: Paul David & John L. Greene
Directed by: William Asher

Follow That Witch (Part 1) (14 April 1966)
Written by: Bernard Slade
Directed by: William Asher

Follow That Witch (Part 2) (21 April 1966)
Written by: Bernard Slade
Directed by: William Asher

A Bum Raps (28 April 1966)
Written by: Herman Groves
Directed by: Jerry Davis

Divided He Falls (5 May 1966)
Written by: Paul Wayne
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum

Man's Best Friend (12 May 1966)
Written by: Bernard Slade
Directed by: Jerry Davis

The Catnapper (19 May 1966)
Written by: Howard Leeds
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum

What Every Young Man Should Know (26 May 1966)
Written by: Paul David & John L. Greene
Directed by: Jerry Davis

The Girl with the Golden Nose (2 June 1966)
Written by: Syd Zelinka & Paul Wayne
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum

Prodigy (9 June 1966)
Written by: Fred Freeman & Lawrence J. Cohen
Directed by: Howard Morris

Season Three

Nobody's Perfect (15 September 1966)
Written by: Doug Tibbles
Directed by: William Asher

The Moment of Truth (22 September 1966)
Written by: David V. Robison & John L. Greene
Directed by: William Asher

Witches and Warlocks Are My Favorite Things (29 September 1966)
Written by: David V. Robison & John L. Greene
Directed by: William Asher

Accidental Twins (6 October 1966)
Written by: Howard Leeds
Directed by: William Asher

A Most Unusual Wood Nymph (13 October 1966)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

Endora Moves in for a Spell (20 October 1966)
Teleplay by: Ruth Brooks Flippen
Story by: Robert Riley Crutcher
Directed by: William Asher

Twitch or Treat (27 October 1966)
Written by: Robert Riley Crutcher & James S. Henerson
Directed by: William Asher

Dangerous Diaper Dan (3 November 1966)
Written by: David Braverman & Bob Marcus
Directed by: William Asher

The Short, Happy Circuit of Aunt Clara (10 November 1966)
Teleplay by: Ed Jurist
Story by: Lee Erwin
Directed by: William Asher

I'd Rather Twitch Than Fight (17 November 1966)
Written by: James S. Henerson
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum

Oedipus Hex (24 November 1966)
Written by: David V. Robison & John L. Greene
Directed by: William Asher

Sam's Spooky Chair (1 December 1966)
Written by: Coslough Johnson
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum

My Friend Ben (Part 1) (8 December 1966)
Written by: James S. Henerson
Directed by: William Asher

Samantha for the Defense (Part 2) (15 December 1966)
Written by: James S. Henerson
Directed by: William Asher

A Gazebo Never Forgets (22 December 1966)
Written by: Jerry Devine & Izzy Elinson
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum

Soap Box Derby (29 December 1966)
Written by: James S. Henerson
Directed by: Alan Jay Factor

Sam in the Moon (5 January 1967)
Written by: James S. Henerson
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum

Ho Ho the Clown (12 January 1967)
Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: William Asher

Super Car (19 January 1967)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

The Corn Is as High as a Guernsey's Eye (26 January 1967)
Written by: Ruth Brooks Flippen
Directed by: William Asher

The Trial and Error of Aunt Clara (2 February 1967)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

Three Wishes (9 February 1967)
Written by: Robert Riley Crutcher
Directed by: William Asher

I Remember You…Sometimes (16 February 1967)
Written by: David V. Robison & John L. Greene
Directed by: William Asher

Art for Sam's Sake (23 February 1967)
Written by: Jack Sher
Directed by: William Asher

Charlie Harper, Winner (2 March 1967)
Written by: Earl Barret
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum

Aunt Clara's Victoria Victory (9 March 1967)
Written by: Robert Riley Crutcher
Directed by: William Asher

The Crone of Cawdor (16 March 1967)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum

No More Mr. Nice Guy (23 March 1967)
Written by: Jack Sher
Directed by: William Asher

It's Wishcraft (30 March 1967)
Written by: James S. Henerson
Directed by: Paul Davis

How to Fail in Business with All Kinds of Help (6 April 1967)
Written by: Ron Friedman
Directed by: Richard Kinon

Bewitched, Bothered, and Infuriated (13 April 1967)
Written by: Howard Leeds
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum

Nobody but a Frog Knows How to Live (27 April 1967)
Written by: Ruth Brooks Flippen
Directed by: Richard Kinon

There's Gold in Them Thar Pills (4 May 1967)
Written by: Paul Wayne & Ed Jurist
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum

Season Four

Long Live the Queen (7 September 1967)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

Toys in Babeland (14 September 1967)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

Business, Italian Style (21 September 1967)
Written by: Michael Morris
Directed by: William Asher

Double, Double, Toil and Trouble (28 September 1967)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

Cheap, Cheap (5 October 1967)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

No Zip in My Zap (12 October 1967)
Written by: Barbara Avedon
Directed by: Richard Kinon

Birdies, Bogeys and Baxter (19 October 1967)
Written by: David V. Robison & John L. Greene
Directed by: William Asher

The Safe and Sane Halloween (26 October 1967)
Written by: James S. Henerson
Directed by: William Asher

Out of Sync, Out of Mind (2 November 1967)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: Richard Kinon

That Was No Chick, That Was My Wife (9 November 1967)
Written by: Rick Mittleman
Directed by: William Asher

Allergic to Macedonian Dodo Birds (16 November 1967)
Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: Richard Kinon

Samantha's Thanksgiving to Remember (23 November 1967)
Written by: Alfred Lewis Levitt & Helen Levitt
Directed by: Richard Kinon

Solid Gold Mother-in-Law (30 November 1967)
Written by: Robert Riley Crutcher
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum

My What Big Ears You Have (7 December 1967)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: Richard Kinon

I Get Your Nannie, You Get My Goat (14 December 1967)
Written by: Ron Friedman
Directed by: William Asher

Humbug Not to Be Spoken Here (21 December 1967)
Written by: Lila Garrett & Bernie Kahn
Directed by: William Asher

Samantha's Da Vinci Dilemma (28 December 1967)
Written by: Jerry Mayer & Paul L. Friedman
Directed by: Richard Kinon

Once in a Vial (4 January 1968)
Teleplay by: James S. Henerson & Ed Jurist
Story by: James S. Henerson
Directed by: Bruce Bilson

Snob in the Grass (11 January 1968)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum

If They Never Met (25 January 1968)
Written by: Bill Idelson & Sam Bobrick
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum

Hippie, Hippie, Hooray (1 February 1968)
Written by: Michael Morris
Directed by: William Asher

A Prince of a Guy (8 February 1968)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum

McTavish (15 February 1968)
Written by: James S. Henerson
Directed by: Paul Davis

How Green Was My Grass (29 February 1968)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum

To Twitch or Not to Twitch (14 March 1968)
Written by: Lila Garrett & Bernie Kahn
Directed by: William Asher

Playmates (21 March 1968)
Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: William Asher

Tabatha's Cranky Spell (28 March 1968)
Written by: Robert Riley Crutcher
Directed by: William Asher

I Confess (4 April 1968)
Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: Seymour Robbie

A Majority of Two (11 April 1968)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum

Samantha's Secret Saucer (18 April 1968)
Written by: Jerry Mayer & Paul L. Friedman
Directed by: Richard Michaels

The No-Harm Charm (25 April 1968)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: Russell B. Mayberry

Man of the Year (2 May 1968)
Written by: John L. Greene
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum

Splitsville (16 May 1968)
Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: William Asher

Season Five

Samantha's Wedding Present (26 September 1968)
Written by: Bernard Slade
Directed by: William Asher

Samantha Goes South for a Spell (3 October 1968)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

Samantha on the Keyboard (10 October 1968)
Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Darrin, Gone and Forgotten (17 October 1968)
Written by: Lila Garrett & Bernie Kahn
Directed by: William Asher

It's So Nice to Have a Spouse Around the House (24 October 1968)
Written by: Barbara Avedon
Directed by: William Asher

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall (7 November 1968)
Written by: Lila Garrett & Bernie Kahn
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Samantha's French Pastry (14 November 1968)
Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: William Asher

Is It Magic or Imagination? (21 November 1968)
Written by: Arthur Julian
Directed by: Luther James

Samantha Fights City Hall (28 November 1968)
Written by: Rick Mittleman
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Samantha Loses Her Voice (5 December 1968)
Written by: Lila Garrett & Bernie Kahn
Directed by: William Asher

I Don't Want to Be a Toad, I Want to Be a Butterfly (12 December 1968)
Written by: Doug Tibbles
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Weep No More My Willow (19 December 1968)
Written by: Michael Morris
Directed by: William Asher

Instant Courtesy (26 December 1968)
Teleplay by: John L. Greene
Story by: Arthur Alsberg
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum

Samantha's Super Maid (2 January 1969)
Written by: Peggy Chantler Dick & Douglas Dick
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum

Cousin Serena Strikes Again (Part 1) (9 January 1969)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Cousin Serena Strikes Again (Part 2) (16 January 1969)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: Richard Michaels

One Touch of Midas (23 January 1969)
Written by: Paul L. Friedman & Jerry Mayer
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Samantha the Bard (30 January 1969)
Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Samantha the Sculptress (6 February 1969)
Written by: Doug Tibbles
Directed by: William Asher

Mrs. Stephens, Where Are You? (13 February 1969)
Written by: Peggy Chantler Dick & Douglas Dick
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Marriage, Witches' Style (20 February 1969)
Written by: Michael Morris
Directed by: William Asher

Going Ape (27 February 1969)
Written by: Lila Garrett & Bernie Kahn
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Tabitha's Weekend (6 March 1969)
Written by: Peggy Chantler Dick & Douglas Dick
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum

The Battle of Burning Oak (13 March 1969)
Written by: Leo Townsend & Pauline Townsend
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum

Samantha's Power Failure (20 March 1969)
Written by: Lila Garrett & Bernie Kahn
Directed by: William Asher

Samantha Twitches for UNICEF (27 March 1969)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

Daddy Does His Thing (3 April 1969)
Written by: Michael Morris
Directed by: William Asher

Samantha's Good News (10 April 1969)
Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Samantha's Shopping Spree (17 April 1969)
Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Samantha and Darrin in Mexico City (24 April 1969)
Written by: John L. Greene
Directed by: R. Robert Rosenbaum

Season Six

Samantha and the Beanstalk (18 September 1969)
Written by: Michael Morris
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Samantha's Yoo-Hoo Maid (25 September 1969)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

Samantha's Caesar Salad (2 October 1969)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

Samantha's Curious Cravings (9 October 1969)
Written by: Lawrence J. Cohen & Fred Freeman
Directed by: Richard Michaels

…And Something Makes Four (16 October 1969)
Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Naming Samantha's New Baby (23 October 1969)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

To Trick or Treat or Not to Trick or Treat (30 October 1969)
Written by: Shirley Gordon
Directed by: William Asher

A Bunny for Tabitha (6 November 1969)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

Samantha's Secret Spell (13 November 1969)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Daddy Comes for a Visit (Part 1) (20 November 1969)
Written by: Rick Mittleman
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Darrin the Warlock (Part 2) (27 November 1969)
Teleplay by: Ed Jurist & Rick Mittleman
Story by: Rick Mittleman
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Samantha's Double Mother Trouble (4 December 1969)
Written by: Peggy Chantler Dick & Douglas Dick
Directed by: David White

You're So Agreeable (11 December 1969)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: Luther James

Santa Comes to Visit and Stays and Stays (18 December 1969)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Samantha's Better Halves (1 January 1970)
Written by: Lila Garrett & Bernie Kahn
Directed by: William Asher

Samantha's Lost Weekend (8 January 1970)
Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: Richard Michaels

The Phrase Is Familiar (15 January 1970)
Written by: Jerry Mayer
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Samantha's Secret Is Discovered (22 January 1970)
Written by: Lila Garrett & Bernie Kahn
Directed by: William Asher

Tabitha's Very Own Samantha (29 January 1970)
Written by: Shirley Gordon
Directed by: William Asher

Super Arthur (5 February 1970)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: Richard Michaels

What Makes Darrin Run? (12 February 1970)
Written by: Lila Garrett & Bernie Kahn
Directed by: William Asher

Serena Stops the Show (19 February 1970)
Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Just a Kid Again (26 February 1970)
Written by: Jerry Mayer
Directed by: Richard Michaels

The Generation Zap (5 March 1970)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

Okay, Who's the Wise Witch? (12 March 1970)
Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: Richard Michaels

A Chance on Love (19 March 1970)
Written by: John L. Greene
Directed by: Richard Michaels

If the Shoe Pinches (26 March 1970)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

Mona Sammy (2 April 1970)
Written by: Michael Morris
Directed by: Luther James

Turn on the Old Charm (9 April 1970)
Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Make Love, Not Hate (16 April 1970)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

Season Seven

To Go or Not to Go, That Is the Question (Part 1) (24 September 1970)
Written by: Michael Morris
Directed by: William Asher

Salem, Here We Come (Part 2) (1 October 1970)
Written by: Michael Morris
Directed by: William Asher

The Salem Saga (Part 1) (8 October 1970)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

Sam's Hot Bed Warmer (Part 2) (15 October 1970)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

Darrin on a Pedestal (22 October 1970)
Written by: Bernie Kahn
Directed by: William Asher

Paul Revere Rides Again (29 October 1970)
Written by: Henry Sharp & Phil Sharp
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Samantha's Bad Day in Salem (5 November 1970)
Written by: Michael Morris
Directed by: William Asher

Samantha's Old Salem Trip (12 November 1970)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Samantha's Pet Warlock (19 November 1970)
Written by: Jerry Mayer
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Samantha's Old Man (3 December 1970)
Written by: Michael Morris
Directed by: Richard Michaels

The Corsican Cousins (10 December 1970)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Samantha's Magic Potion (17 December 1970)
Written by: Shirley Gordon
Directed by: William Asher

Sisters at Heart (24 December 1970)
Written by: William Asher & Barbara Avedon
Directed by: William Asher

Mother-in-Law of the Year (14 January 1971)
Written by: Henry Sharp & Phil Sharp
Directed by: William Asher

Mary the Good Fairy (Part 1) (21 January 1971)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

The Good Fairy Strikes Again (Part 2) (28 January 1971)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

The Return of Darrin the Bold (4 February 1971)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: Richard Michaels

The House That Uncle Arthur Built (11 February 1971)
Written by: Bernie Kahn
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Samantha and the Troll (18 February 1971)
Written by: Lila Garrett & Joel Rapp
Directed by: William Asher

This Little Piggie (25 February 1971)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Mixed Doubles (4 March 1971)
Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: William Asher

Darrin Goes Ape (11 March 1971)
Written by: Leo Townsend & Pauline Townsend
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Money Happy Returns (18 March 1971)
Written by: Milt Rosen
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Out of the Mouths of Babes (25 March 1971)
Written by: Michael Morris
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Sam's Psychic Slip (1 April 1971)
Written by: John L. Greene
Directed by: William Asher

Samantha's Magic Mirror (8 April 1971)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Laugh Clown, Laugh (15 April 1971)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

Samantha and the Antique Doll (22 April 1971)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Season Eight

How Not to Lose Your Head to King Henry VIII (Part 1) (15 September 1971)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

How Not to Lose Your Head to King Henry VIII (Part 2) (22 September 1971)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

Samantha and the Loch Ness Monster (29 September 1971)
Written by: Michael Morris
Directed by: William Asher

Samantha's Not So Leaning Tower of Pisa (6 October 1971)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

Bewitched, Bothered and Baldoni (13 October 1971)
Written by: Michael Morris
Directed by: William Asher

Paris, Witches' Style (20 October 1971)
Written by: Michael Morris
Directed by: William Asher

The Ghost Who Made a Spectre of Himself (27 October 1971)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

TV or Not TV (3 November 1971)
Written by: Bernie Kahn
Directed by: William Asher

A Plague on Maurice and Samantha (10 November 1971)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Hansel and Gretel in Samanthaland (17 November 1971)
Written by: Michael Morris
Directed by: Richard Michaels

The Warlock in the Gray Flannel Suit (1 December 1971)
Written by: John L. Greene
Directed by: Richard Michaels

The Eight-Year Itch Witch (8 December 1971)
Written by: Ruth Brooks Flippen
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Three Men and a Witch on a Horse (15 December 1971)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Adam, Warlock or Washout? (29 December 1971)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

Samantha's Magic Sitter (5 January 1972)
Written by: Henry Sharp & Phil Sharp
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Samantha Is Earthbound (15 January 1972)
Written by: Michael Morris
Directed by: Richard Michaels

Serena's Richcraft (22 January 1972)
Written by: Michael Morris
Directed by: William Asher

Samantha on Thin Ice (29 January 1972)
Written by: Richard Baer
Directed by: William Asher

Serena's Youth Pill (5 February 1972)
Written by: Michael Morris
Directed by: E.W. Swackhamer

Tabitha's First Day in School (12 February 1972)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: Richard Michaels

George Washington Zapped Here (Part 1) (19 February 1972)
Written by: Michaels Morris
Directed by: Richard Michaels

George Washington Zapped Here (Part 2) (26 February 1972)
Written by: Michael Morris
Directed by: Richard Michaels

School Days, School Daze (4 March 1972)
Written by: Michael Morris
Directed by: Richard Michaels

A Good Turn Never Goes Unpunished (11 March 1972)
Written by: Bernie Kahn
Directed by: Ernest Losso

Samantha's Witchcraft Blows a Fuse (18 March 1972)
Written by: Leo Townsend
Directed by: Richard Michaels

The Truth, Nothing but the Truth, So Help Me Sam (25 March 1972)
Written by: Ed Jurist
Directed by: William Asher

Alternative Titles

Embruixada – Spain (Catalan)
Embrujada – Spain
Hechizada – Argentina
Ma sorcière bien-aimée – France
Ma'asei kshafim – Israeli title
Samantha – Hebrew Israeli title
Witch of Westport, The – working title
Witch of Westwood, The – working title
Vaimoni on noita – Finland
Verliebt in eine Hexe – West Germany
Vita da strega – Italy

Sequels
Tabitha (1976-1978)
The ABC Saturday Superstar Movie: Tabitha and Adam and the Clown Family (1972)

Remakes
Okusama wa majo (2004)
Bewitched (2005)

Extracts included in
The Craft (1996)

References

Periodicals

  • Broadcast 9 November 2007 p.5 – article (1960s sitcom Bewitched set for UK remake by Robin Parker)
  • Cult TV vol.2 no.1 (January 1998) p.72 – review (Thursdays: TV Choice to 25 Jan by Martin Stephenson)
  • Emmy vol.24 no.4 (July/August 2002) pp.50-53 – illustrated interview (Femme Gems by Kathleen O'Steen)
  • Emmy vol.28 no.4 (July/August 2006) pp.46 – illustrated article (In the mix: the top 10 TV bosses from Hell by David Bushman and Arthur Smith)
  • Filmfax no.102 (April/June 2004) pp.88-93,138 – Illustrated interview (That bewitched, Lucy lovin' beach party movie guy by Terry Dufoe et al)
  • Film Score Monthly vol.10 no.5 (September/October 2005) p.61 – DVD review (The Laserphile: Totally Tube-ular: Classic Sitcom by Andy Dursin)
  • Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media vol.45 no.1 (Winter 2001) pp.23-40 – article (From Wise to Foolish: The Portrayal of the Sitcom Father, 1950s-1990s by Erica Scharrer)
  • The Listener vol.114 no.2922 (15 August 1985) pp.40 – review
  • Starburst no.193 (September 1994) pp.32 – review (TV View by John Peel)
  • TV Guide vol.45 no.26 (28 June 1997) pp.10-67 – illustrated article (100 greatest episodes of all time)
  • TV Guide vol.53 no.26 (26 June 2005) pp.28-29 – illustrated article (Bedazzled, Besotted, Bewitched by Matt Roush)
  • TV Zone no.196 (2005) pp.38-39 – illustrated article (The continuing history of television: Bewitched by Jon Abbott)
  • TV Zone no.197 (2005) pp.26-27 – illustrated article (The continuing history of television: Bewitched by Jon Abbott)