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Big Dave


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Sunday, November 14, 1999

Jude: I agree with you concerning the theme songs. I think that they should be aired like the original broadcasts. I thought that the SGN was going to show like the Quaker Oats openings and other things but obviously not. And I noticed the other day as I was watching BW recorded from Nick-at-Nite a long time ago that they would air commericals for 'the uncut, restored I Love Lucy'. I think they should start doing the 'uncut, restored Bewitched'. For me, when I see parts of an episode that had previously been cut out it's almost like watching a whole new episode. Edwina: I also agree that they ought to digitally superimpose "one person" over the other including the voice.

**SCH**
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Sunday, November 14, 1999

Hello, fellow "Bewitched" friends! My baby sister, Jeana, has contacted me regarding a beautiful poem that was sent to me some time ago, and it reminded me alot of our Mother who passed Nov. 20, 1994. Jeana has since lost the poem, and has asked if I still have it ( I don't), and IF I could have whomever originally sent it to me, would forward it to her. So........here goes! (stand back, there may be some fallout!) To find the words that were sent to me..........I cast this spell so carefully...............Trying to locate the particular one...........To reiterate the poem the day it begun...... Hopefully that will provide the desired results. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ College and work continue to absorb the majority of my time. I will be thankful when Christmas break arrives! We are witching everyone is doing fine with no prombles in their lives. Thanks again for all of the continued communication ...... it is thoughtful and means ALOT to both of us! Oh......please use the above email to forward the "poem" to Jeana, and if you'd like, also send to *US*. We will keep it on a floppy. Thanks! >>>>>>>>>rangerz@otbnet.com<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Edwina
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Sunday, November 14, 1999

Hi All!! Polychrome: There is an OZ board????? Oh my gosh! Yes please, what is the address? I really got a charge out of your Gladys Kravitz moment....isn’t it "peculiar" that it pertains to birds??? Hmmm..... At least you have a witness(LOL).... Jude: If I could have my 'druthers' let "them" superimpose graphically using whatever technology possible 'someone' over "someone" else for the all episodes necessary..... Although, I wouldn’t have anything to gripe about if they did what I wanted.... ~~~~Bewitched enraptured me forever....the theme music too! It makes me happy just to listen to it....not necessarily year specific.... In fact, I do like Peggy Lee’s version of the Bewitched Theme.... (The words were never used for the show) Peggy Lee is Jazz, and today, I am wearing my Jazz ears... How about her version of the song.... Is That All There Is???? Well, it is for this post... (BFE)

Jude
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Sunday, November 14, 1999

Hi All! Thanks Big Dave, Edwina, and Polychrome for your thoughts. Hey, I'm not angry at anybody. It just was only my past experience coming here that I would post a question and nobody would answer--so I decided, hey, let me go somewhere else. But Sam R has been a wonderful e-amil pal and would always nudge me into coming by and say "Hey don't give up on us". Too bad Screen Gems Network hasn't decided to showcase any B&W episodes of either Bewitched or Jeannie(like B&W is poison or something, sheesh!). I'm hoping that whoever picks up the show next will have the show completely restored to its original ABC version--am I the only one here who likes the theme music to seasons 2 and 3? They currently use season 1 for all the Dick York years and my question is why? With today's digital technology, they can restore each season's theme music. Anybody else have thoughts on this?

Polychrome


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Saturday, November 13, 1999

BREEN-You are welcome! Only I realized I accidently put an "N" at the end of America, that was a typo. By the way, Portobello Road is one of my most favorite places to go bargain hunting in the whole world! Haven't been there in years, but I have many happy memories from the couple of times I was there. SAM R.- That wasn't me who sent the message about Dr. Spock. Don't want to take credit for something I didn't do! Glad you liked my Turkish coffee joke. EDWINA-It's always nice to find another Oz fan! That is where I take my board name from. There is an Oz message board that Skip, Tituba and I post on, if you are interested in getting the website, I will send it to you. I, too, have a Gladys Kravitz moment. One Sunday on the way home from church, I saw the strangest bird flying by. It had no neck and an incredibly long tail! I realized as it got closer that it was a Canadian goose flying backwards! Now, seeing a bird flying backward is bad enough, but right after church!? I had my oldest munchkin verify that I wasn't out of my mind. My husband, however, would not believe either one of us. He patted my head and said, "Sure you saw a bird flying backward, sure you did". This bothered me so much that I asked a game warden friend about it. He told me it was possible for a goose to get caught in a crosswind, but he really didn't believe me either! JUDE-sometimes people only respond to a topic the have something to contribute to. I hope you will post again.

Edwina
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Saturday, November 13, 1999

Hi All: Jeff H: I sure am glad that I made your day, thank you for telling me.... Sam R: So, you found the post interesting....truly it was intended to be funny.... eh, so I missed the mark... Jude:I think this board has such a wonderful mesh of people.... Sometimes people don’t post for a while for a number of reasons and it is always wonderful when they return. I hope you don’t really feel badly....sometimes people respond to something someone says and then sometimes it is just thoughts to ponder....Jude: Don’t go away..... and don’t go away angry....how did you get your feelings hurt? ALL: I know this part isn’t exactly Bewitched related... it is related to a house though... I saw an announcement that The Wizard of OZ will be showing November 20th...I am so excited about that.... I remember being enchanted the first time I saw it and I still become enchanted each and every single time (I cried when the witch melted, I hope I didn’t ruin the ending for anyone) What a BEAUTIFUL Movie! I can hardly wait to see it again.... Lions and Tigers and Bears Oh My..... What does he got that I ain’t got?? (Courage....) ....Come back, Auntie Em,... I’ll get you my pretty and your little dog too! Great lines each and every line, as a matter of fact I refer to my children (teenagers now) as munchkins... I adore that movie so much.... of course nothing compares to Bewitched, nothing ever will..... Fairy Godmother: (hee hee) when I first started to say something to you I started typing Fairy Boardmother....I wonder what Freud would say about that one...It is indeed good to see you again. It is good to see everyone again... Have a bewitching evening all.....(BFE)

Big Dave
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Saturday, November 13, 1999

Jude: I apologize for not welcoming you back to the board it's just that I think I entered the board during your absence so we've never really 'met.' Welcome back! I'd also have to agree with you about N@N showing the episodes in the correct order. It seems like the skip a certain episode and then show it five weeks later when it seems out of place. I hope they begin to show the b&w episodes again after the BW marathon. Heather Ann: Welcome back to the board, little sister! Frankly, I enjoyed your absence. Please make the next one longer! RE: the Samantha's play writing episode. I thought it was funny as well, mostly because you were laughing at the most simple little jokes. Ha! Ha!

Jude
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Saturday, November 13, 1999

Hello! Thanks Sam R for the welcome back--at least you are nice enough to do so. I feel sometimes this place is too much of a clique that shuts out those who aren't in the in crowd, so to speak--am I wrong? Please convince me that I'm wrong. Heather: I think some people tend not to find that episode too funny in that it features all the stereotypes that people today don't want portrayed--not "pc". But hey, its just a TV show. Fairy Godmother: I hope you enjoyed those B&W BW's from Sam R--they used to be mine.:) Wishing Nick would stop the foolishness and air BW in its correct order from episode 1 or for TBS to buy back the rights and air it again in the mornings. Aah--BW, what a great way to start off your day! :)




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Saturday, November 13, 1999


Heather Ann


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Saturday, November 13, 1999

Okay, so it took me two months to write again. I'm not dead, so don't worry!:) Anyway, I'm too lazy to read the postings up until now, so I'll just ask this question: What did you think of that episode where Samantha has to write that play with the indian, the general guy, and the Northern girl? I thought it was absolutely hillarious! (I hope I spelled 'hillarious' right!) Big Dave told me that some people thought it was stupid, but I didn't think so. (And that maybe because I laugh at EVERYTHING.) So any other opinions would help. Talk to you guys later!:):)

Sam R
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Saturday, November 13, 1999

POLYCHROME: I thank you for trying to answer the Dr.Spock/Mr.Spock question for me; loved your 'turkish coffee' remark. EDWINA: Very interesting story. I remember when leaving work a few years ago and it was in October. I was crossing through the park and there were literally thousands of black crows everywhere. They were perched on hydro lines, trees, a huge black carpet of them on the grass. As I waded through them, those birds were not one little bit afraid of me....but I sure was pretty nervous. It was indeed a Hitchcock moment....FAIRY GODMOTHER and JUDE: Hello and great to see you both here. It's been awhile.

Jeff H


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Friday, November 12, 1999

Edwina, thanks for sharing that story. It made my day!!!!!

Breen from London


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Friday, November 12, 1999

Polychrome: Thank you so very much. I will get that comic in Forbidden Planet and mention it on my site. (I'm so lazy it'll be 2020 before I get around to finishing it....ah well). TURKISH COFFEE - That is so funny.

Big Dave


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Friday, November 12, 1999

Fairy Godmother: It's good to hear from you again. I did see 'Leprechauns' and I just wasn't as impressed with that tele-movie as I was with 'Merlin.' Have fun watching the b&w BW's! Everyone: screengemsnetwork.com has updated their site to include a schedule now and other things like chat and message boards (all though I doubt their message board will have such a great caliber of people as this one does! Thanks Broph!). In the 'Did You Know?' section the writer says he would like to see a Celebrity Death Match between the Red Haired and Brunette Louise Tates! I thought that was hilarious! They don't have next weeks schedule up yet so I'll share just so you can warm up the VCR's. Monday is first episodes of Monkees and Partridge Family (I think.) Tues=Art for Sam's Sake, My Master the Tycoon. Wed=I Confess, The Birds & the Bees Bit. Thur=Samantha's Old Man, Have You Ever Had a Genie Hate You?. Fri=Toys in Babeland, Abdullah.

Fairy Godmother
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Friday, November 12, 1999

Hi again, I started off and it folded up on me. Anyway I'm here again Whenever I can get a break "Sam R" is going to show me some of her black and white tapes of "Bewitched" To wander off Bewithed for a minute - did any of you see " The Legend of the Leprechauns" on TV on Sunday night? Pure fantasy, but you see I believe in them and the fairies. Take care of very important people - YOU. Your Fairy Godmother

Fairy Godmother
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Friday, November 12, 1999

Hi, You bewitching people,

Edwina
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Thursday, November 11, 1999

Today marks Veterans Day in the States..... One day a year we set aside to celebrate, salute and honor our veterans (Banks and Government were closed, no school too! A nice surprise for the kids) To all of Our Veterans.. Thank You, Thank You, Thank You..... You are Bewitching. Those in Canada celebrating Remembrance Day..... I wish you Joy and Sentimental Moments too! (BFE)

Polychrome


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Thursday, November 11, 1999

BREEN- Happy to oblige! The comic is "Captain American" July 1997, Vol.2, No. 9. I can't wait to see your website. Personally, I am a die hard Samantha fan. Jeannie was so bright and perky, she had to be drinking way too much turkish coffee!

Big Dave


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Thursday, November 11, 1999

Scott from Ohio: The Bewitched Marathon on NAN will be starting December 13. I hope after that they begin to show the black & white ones again.

Sue L.


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Thursday, November 11, 1999

When I got the magazine at the counter, I told the clerk I wanted to copy an article. He looked at me and I said I have 3 men at home. I have a sexy husband & 2 little boys. And a beautiful daughter. The copier messed up and I had to get more change. The clerk looked at me real funny. I was embarrassed about the cover because I did buy it and looked at the articles. AND I must have missed Erin's article. I want to get people with good articles.

Scott from Ohio


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Thursday, November 11, 1999

When will the 'Bewitched Marathon' take place?

Edwina
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Wednesday, November 10, 1999

Hi all, I had a Gladys Kravitz moment it was so funny I just had to share it with you ALL..... I was looking out the kitchen window admiring the beautiful scenery.....my eyes were stopped suddenly by a sight... The focus was on the lawn..... I saw what amounted to 600+ Black birds.... I was amazed by the quantity they were all so very beautiful..in an Alfred Hitchcock way.....I called to my husband to come see them... he was slow to react because he was building yet another bookcase.....(I bought some more books I needed more things to dust you see....) As he was walking toward me, my son called to him for something and of course his "Princeship" gets precedence.... well, about half of the birds flew away..... the sight was majestic...... I told my husband if he wanted to see the sight, he really needed to come to the window ..... He told me that he was coming and nothing was going to deter him.....as he walked toward the window the rest of the birds flew away.... There weren't any birds to view..... noting they were not there....he stated "Okay Gladys I will go and get your medicine now".... It was such a Bewitching moment.... the situation was perfectly hilarious..... of course, I had to tell YOU! Have a Bewitching night everyone...... (BFE)

Breen from London


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Wednesday, November 10, 1999

Polychrome: I am going to sound very very sad now. But I was wondering if you knew which two superheroes were arguing over whether Jeannie or Sam were best, and in which comic and title number. I'm building a web-site on who is the most powerful, so I'm always interested in other arguments.

Mark


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Wednesday, November 10, 1999

My favorite music would be from seasons three and one, of course. Was there music in my favorite season (eight)- I would not have remembered that one. And yes, that episode with Larry seeing the elephant did remind one of Gladys Kravitz. That episode is from the end half of the 7th season. Not one of my favorites. liz does not look too happy in that one either. it only gets worse. There is an episode coming up from the 6th season that is cute-Samantha's Lost weekend. That one is from the happier days of the 6th season-the one where she sleeps & eats-pretty clever. I thought the Endora airplane scene to Boston is up there as one of her best moments of her being serious but also being hysterically funny. That's why she is so classy. She did not need props of gimmicks to be funny- she had the dialogue and definately the delivery. I know seasons 7 & 8 are not my favorites but I did like AM's "CRASHING BOAR" lines.

Jeff H


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Wednesday, November 10, 1999

Thanks for the tip about Erin's article in People. I bought it, and was alittle embarrassed about buying it with the title being "The world's sexist Man". I tried to be as macho about it as I could. I think when Aunt Clara was referring to Dr. Spock, she was referring to a children's doctor who wrote a famous book and became a pop-culture icon of the 50's and 60's. But I could be wrong - maybe she was referring to Mr. Spock of Star Trek. . . I second the motion for a Bewitched CD. Somebody, somewhere must have all the original music stored on tape. . . I finally watched the SGN monday show of Bewitched. The first few minutes disturbed me with Larry acting like Glady's or Mrs. Stephens. He saw an elephant disappear and then declared that he was getting a sick headache. What were the writers thinking??? That is NOT Larry!!!! By the eighth season everyone must have been burned-out on the show and were just milking it for the money. But I'm glad we have them because we can really appreciate the first five seasons!!!!!!

Jude
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Wednesday, November 10, 1999

Hi gang! Haven't been here in a moon's age. Thanks to Sam R for reminding me to drop in. I'm enjoying the Screen Gems Network's presentation, although the editing leaves something to be desired. Can't wait for Nick at Nite to rerun the Bewitched marathon. Wish we could see the black and whites again on a regular basis. Well, that's it for now. Oh, i did see Erin on the Tv Guide channel where she stated she didn't want to do a new Bewitched series, so I guess Bewitched Again won't happen. :(

Big Dave


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Wednesday, November 10, 1999

Man, did you guys see that picture of EM on the second page of Vic's Bewitched Page? SEXY!!! Rrrrowl!!...Have you noticed in your viewings of BW how the background music affects your perception of the show? I think that all the music on BW was good until about the DS years with the exception of music played whenever they are at the witches convention in Salem. I like how it is spooky and other worldly. The other pieces of music I enjoy is the music accompanying most of Serena's scenes, when Charlie Leach is walking back from Mexico, and others that I can't remember. I think somebody ought to produce "The Music of Bewitched" album with the theme song, Serena's songs, Boyce & Hart, and a lot of the background songs.

Sue L.


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Wednesday, November 10, 1999

I got the article copied from a magazine that cost .30 instead of $3.99! It is a good article. It will go with the rest of the Bewitched collection. I have 3 Bewitched video tapes! And 2 autographed pixs. Erin & Darren! Is is Bewitched? She looks happy! Hope this marriage works out. Lizzie had 4 marriages! I emailed Erin last year a few times. But is her email working? Hope so.

The Princess
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Wednesday, November 10, 1999

Happy birthday, Macbeth, wherever you're parked...................I miss you!

Endora
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Wednesday, November 10, 1999

Skip: Actually, Endora taught that man a very valuable lesson in etiquette. As she herself said, a true gentleman always gives up his seat to a lady. What do you want to bet from that point on, whenever a woman told him he had her seat, he gave it to her right away? Ah yes, the benevolent Endora, making the world a better place, one mortal at a time.....

Sam R
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Wednesday, November 10, 1999

SKIP: It must have been Endora's seat by the virtue that she is simply, 'Endora.' Everybody: I think that that I spotted a couple of bloopers tonight on BW. It was the 'Flying Saucer' episode. Near the beginning, Clara refers to 'spacemen and Dr. Spock'. In Star Trek, was it not 'Mr. Spock?' Should not the writers have written Mr. and not Dr.? Help me out here buds... The other thing in the same episode is that it appears that Mrs. Kravitz is picking flowers right next door to the Stephen's house, like she lived there. Did not Abner and Gladys live across the street from Darrin and Samantha? I also noticed this discrepency in the 'Ling Ling' episode years before. Any thoughts on this?

Edwina
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Tuesday, November 9, 1999

Sam R: By the way.... Your observations about Bill Asher are so astute that I shall tell you how wonderful your observations are.... You are so correct about Bill Asher your brilliance is showing.... He is such a wonderful man....... They do not make "em" like him anymore.... Actually, I married the last one..... all scooped up....... Skip: As you can see.... Sam’s observations are correct..... The seat belonged to Endora.... "pre-empted" or not.... it belongs to Endora for eternity and there is not a thing you can do to change that.... Stirred not shaken..... the cauldron boils. (BFE)

Sue L.


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Tuesday, November 9, 1999

In the episode where Endora changes Darrin into a werewolf, the client gets a tail! Wonder how he felt about that! He is noticing Endora's dress (costume) It is black & white stripes. It is unusual. And Darren took a bite out of the pillows. We had pillows like that, but they did not have that much stuffing.

Jeff H


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Tuesday, November 9, 1999

Breen: I'm a purist and think they should be kept in Black and white and UNEDITED!!!! Everyone: When Bewitched originally aired on ABC, they used the Endora/guy in the plane scene in one of their promos for the 7th season. I AGREE IT IS A CLASSIC ENDORA MOMENT! I laugh just thinking about it (just like I do about the episode where The client tells Endora he likes her costume too) . . but I won't bring that episode up again, its a sore subject for Endora and my feet are sore from walking from the Boston Airport all the way back to Phoenix. Have a great evening everyone!!!

Polychrome


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Tuesday, November 9, 1999

Hi everybody! My kids collect comic books and I got a real kick out of two that they showed to me. One had two superheroes arguing over who is better, Samantha or Jeannie. The other was one of those digest style comic books, it had a scene in a sky scraper with several business men arguing and the line was "...I'll take my business to McMann and Tate!". It's nice to find Bewitched in the little things, isn't it!

Skip


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Tuesday, November 9, 1999

Well, actually Sam, if we're going to be perfectly truthful ... it wasn't her seat at all, she just appropriated it from "that poor sap".

Sam R
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Tuesday, November 9, 1999

Ha Ha! That segment on the plane to Salem, that is probably one of my favorite top 5 Endora moments! It was priceless. It always makes me laugh. That poor sap must have been in analysis for a good year after that run-in with Endora. Serves him right though, after all it was her seat.

Big Dave


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Tuesday, November 9, 1999

Breen: I've often thought it would be neat to see the b&w's in color but I think maybe they're better left alone. I think it being colorless adds more to the witchy atmosphere. And, frankly, when I was younger I didn't realize they could do special effects in b&w, it being 'so long ago' so I thought it was cool to see people disappearing and appearing in b&w. Mark: Actually I have seen every episode of season one with the exception of "The Girl Reporter" and "Open the Door, Witchcraft." I have all but five episodes on tape. And I have to agree with your comments about Liz. I enjoy her hairstyle and the makeup she wears. Besides the fact that you could really tell she enjoyed being Samantha.

Endora
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Tuesday, November 9, 1999

Jeff: How is the weather at the Boston airport? Everyone: Endora popping that guy to Boston and then waving to him after she gets off the plane is a classic Endora moment, and one of my favorites! I also like the way, after she sends him to Boston ahead of schedule, she says something like "In my day, a gentleman always gave up his seat to a lady." But my favorite line is after they deplane, when she walks by him and says "Lovely flight wasn't it?" or words to that effect. AM quote for the day: "Neatness of person....of environment....of mind and body indicate to me, and, I feel to everyone else, a discipline that is absolutely vital in every area of life. After all, we are not meant to be undisciplined. Freedom is really a disciplined way to live; to live freely without disturbing the rights of others, for example."

Skip


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Tuesday, November 9, 1999

Jeff: The (more or less) exact quote was: "I think there's been some mistake" to which Endora responded, "There has, and you just made it!" Then, with a quick flick of her index finger, she sent the guy to Boston airport. I always love it when she and Sam and Darrin are about to descend the stairs and she notices him already there.

Mark


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Tuesday, November 9, 1999

Leave them in black & white without a doubt!

Skip


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Monday, November 8, 1999

Jeff: No, both you and Endora are wrong: "I" am His favourite; He told me so!! - Breen: Don't tamper with perfection. Leave them in glorious black and white.

Breen from London


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Monday, November 8, 1999

Hmmm. Do you think they should take the first black and white episodes from Bewitched, and use that technique where they 'color in' episodes to make them seem more modern, and then reshow them? Would that be kewl or would you prefer them to leave the original episodes as they were first shown.

Jeff H


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Monday, November 8, 1999

Endora: "I believe you've made a mistake" (to quote the Salem Episode- guy flying in the plane-Endora wants his seat . . .) I Thought "I" was His favorite : ) and please don't banish me to the next airport and worse yet, wave at me as you exit the plane!!!!

Endora
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Monday, November 8, 1999

I just got back to work (Houston office) today and I went to the front desk to pick something up and the receptionist fainted! She's going to be fine, she had a bad reaction to some medication she was taking for migraines, but still, what a welcome home! Since I was the only one w/her when it happened I had to talk to all the EMT's and convince them I hadn't cast a spell (what? Me? Never!) Anyway, on that note, here's an AM quote for the day. "What is beauty? We all know how we have felt when we have seen someone with a magnificent face....a truly "beautiful" person. And, then, we have all felt the disillusioning disappointment when that person has shown a streak of ugliness within himself or herself; hate or stupidity or anything but the "beauty" we thought we had found there. And, then, we all know how it is to be with someone whose facial features might not, perhaps, be "ideally" beautiful in the sense of the word we commonly use; or someone beyond the first flush of youth. Yet, that person makes us want to stay with him or her. We feel warm and secure and confident; radiating, whether we know it or not, in that person's confidence in himself or herself." P.S. So far two people have seen the "Jesus Loves You But I'm His Favorite" button that I put on my AM picture (taped it to the lapel of her Endora costume actually!) One laughed, the other got mad! Oh well, guess the truth hurts sometimes huh?

Mark


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Monday, November 8, 1999

Big Dave: Wasn't that so classy & mysterious the way they vanished in that episode? Another effect that I loved was that puff of smoke followed by flames that was used for Endora & Maurice. Just another example of how classy that show was instead of being hoacky (I don't know it that's a word). I hope you get to see the first 15-20 episodes from season one. To me, they are the best. Liz looks especially beautiful in those. Love those eyes and her hair looks great!

Mark


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Monday, November 8, 1999


Big Dave


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Monday, November 8, 1999

I thought I would share this with every one just because I think it it so wonderful and magical. Paula Abdul will be starring as herself this Friday on 'Sabrina, the Teenage Witch'. The reason I think this is so wonderful and magical is because I've always thought the cover of Paula's Spellbound album looked like Serena. And, frankly, I just enjoy Paula. But back to things of the BW kind...I just watched episode #5 for the first time this weekend (thanks, Sam R!). This episode happens to be the first one where Samantha is seen in her flying suit. I noticed that it seems a rather lighter tint than what black would've been which lead me to believe it might've been red as the Ideal Doll company portrayed it. I just thought it was rather interesting. Plus when Samantha and Endora vanish the pose they strike seemed rather like they were posing for a statue.

Mark


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Monday, November 8, 1999

Sam R: I agree with you. I think the money was the issue for continuing Bewitched- not for creative purposes by no means. For seasons 6,7,& 8 the show really took a turn. Some episodes I really liked and would rather have had them than not at all, especially from season 6. Season 7 is OK until after the Salem episodes. Season 8, well what can I say. EM's performance and those rolling eye looks, bored looks, tell it all. True to some a season with their favorite cast member is better than none at all but after all- enough was more than enough. To tell you the truth, when season 8 rolls around I don't watch. I think EM should have taken a stance about continuing the series and maybe her marriage would have lasted alittle bit longer. I feel sorry for Mr Asher. He really loved her and obviously still does.

Broph
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Monday, November 8, 1999

I didn't get a chance to post this weekend - raking leaves and such, don't you know. I did pick up a copy of the new People today (it wasn't available yesterday, so it looks like someone had some advanced info!). The article on Erin Murphy is terrific - some good photos and more details than they get into in the TV docus about Bewitched. Of course, they did spend some time talking about those days, but the article was really about Erin. Trivia about her husband: 1) They met a year ago St. Patrick's Day and married 2 months later (Endora - she was already remarried when I met her in Boston and when you met her at Spooky World, though she was still living on the East Coast!), 2) His name is _Darren_ (I kid you not!) 3) Erin touches finger to nose for one of the pictures (OK, that's not about her husband - sue me!). Go out right now and buy 3 copies of the current issue. Then check out this page to send People some feedback: http://www.pathfinder.com/people/web/write_to_us.html . Everybody gets "People", right?

Esmerelda


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Monday, November 8, 1999

Steering from the most recent subject, I have videos of Bewitched and a few Liz Montgomery Movies, I'd like to trade for Season 8 of Bewitched. These are what Ive got some of season 1,2,3&4. i have the complete seasons of 5,6,7. I have WHos Been sleeping in my bed?? and Sins of a Mother ANYONE WHO WANTS TRADE POST ON THE BOARD

Sam R
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Sunday, November 7, 1999

I watched the 3 documentry type shows profiling EM and the Bewitched cast several times over now and I just wanted to contribute a few observations thatI had. As Liz and Bill Asher were quite ready to throw in the towel after DY could no longer continue, but were persuaded by ABC network executives to sign a contract for another few years with the carrots being various options, ownership % in the show, scads more money, and the like. Now I got the impression that Liz felt the time to leave was at the end of season 5, and I think Mr. Asher also mentioned that she wanted to spend more time with her sons, as she had not had all the time that she wanted to spend with them during the filming of BW, and I think that she was expecting around the end of season 5. I strongly got the impression that in accepting all the carrots dangling for the 2 of them to continue with the show, it ultimately cost them the quality of such a wonderful program, and more importantly their marriage in the end. That is the impression that I got from Bill Asher anyway. He seemed remorseful and even called himself 'stupid.' I think Bill Asher is a wonderful man and it could not have been easy for him to admit on these docu's that he had been wrong about a few decisions concerning going on with the show. I think Liz regretted the carrots as well.....and then it was too late. Just my thoughts on that anyway, there's more but I'm probably heading into deep water as it is. The other thing I noticed was what a contrast Sandra Gould was to her tv character, Gladys. She was joyous, kind, warm, didn't have a harsh word to say about any cast member. She spoke warmly of them all and their was no negativity about her whatsoever. She observed how Liz pushed herself and worked so hard, exhausting for Sandra even to observe. Is it any wonder that Liz looked so worn and tired during the last year of BW? Anyway, I am sad that Sandra is gone because like Aunt Clara, "her kind are very hard to find."

Esmerelda


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Sunday, November 7, 1999

Well recently reading all your posts, i thought myself. If you've ever read the Season Eight reviews of Bewitched by The Bewitched Critic, you'll understand. The reviews say she looks like shes bored and very tired. I read alot of articles and it true a number one show is a lot for a womaan to hold, She was a star and never missed an episode. I feel very sorry for Liz, she did an excellent job.

Publicity


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Saturday, November 6, 1999

FYI: Erin Murphy has a three page article in the new issue of People (Sexiest Man Alive issue)complete with photos of her family & new baby. Unfortunately, no mention of the Screen Gems Network! I noticed your write-in campaign for a new Bewtched series, how about a write-in campaign to People (either to magazine or online website: www.people.com) saying how great it is to see Erin & you'd like to see more of her on television?

Skip


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Saturday, November 6, 1999

Warlock: Elizabeth Montgomery knew season 8 would be the end because she ultimately pulled the plug on the show: ABC had committed to doing it until at least 1975. Erin Murphy got a phone call telling her it was over. There was no special goodbye episode, but there again, that is a relatively recent phenomenon. Most shows of the 60s and earlier had no special last episode. - Mark: I too have contributed to AdamJones's bloopers, most recently with the one about"Mona Sammy", which is written entirely by me (i.e. exactly as I emailed it to him). I also often wonder what the last 3 seasons would have been like with Dick York ... there's no doubt they would have been of superior quality. Still, Dick Sargent was in a no-win situation; there's no way he could possibly have made a lasting mark that would overshadow York's portrayal. But I do hate his arrogance whenever he talked about his involvement with the show.

Warlock


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Saturday, November 6, 1999

Anybody know wht there was not a final, farwell type episode? Did the actors know that the last episode of season 8 was the last one of the series after filming it?

Breen from London


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Friday, November 5, 1999

Ahhhh, c'mon you guys, poor DS has had enough beatings../..Edwina, just fyi, that program was copied on a similar program in the UK. Colin Mocherie (and also Ryan Stiles) also used to appear on the UK one. It's very good../..I look for Bewitched references in programs. There's a movie on at this moment on BBC1, called Pyrate, it's a comedy from 1991 or thereabouts. The women is called Sam and she introduces herself to the guy. 'Sam?', he says. 'Yes short for Samantha, but I always hated it because of Bewitched'. 'I love it' he says, but not because he likes Bewitched because he likes her. (It's funny, so I'm taping the rest of it to watch later.) That's all, not very interesting but it's a Bewitched reference after all.

Edwina
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Friday, November 5, 1999

Hi All: I was watching a comedy show last night called "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" with a dude hosting named Drew Carey. He has four comedians and are they great with improvisations..... One of them is Colin, from Canada Drew always brings up the fact that Colin is from Canada.... anyway Colin was up and.... (scene fades.....) Different skits are performed....songs are sung.....hats are worn and the comedians come with off the cuff ideas most of which send me to laughter land.... Colin was performing before a chroma key green background he has no clue what is going on in the background (supposedly) and the other comedians give hints of what is happening in the background.... This particular scene was the H bomb exploding you know the one that was dropped on Hiroshima, (not the one on Nagasaki).... one of the responses that Colin gave.....words to the effect this is what happened when they switched the Darrins..... Referring of course to the controversy surrounding which one was better.....and I say hmmmm cool Colin.....(From Canada) Sam R: Well...., it was in quotes..... I think punctuation is one of those "funny" things that help convey meaning to the masses particularly when you can not hear the inflection of one's voice. (BFE)

Big Dave


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Friday, November 5, 1999

Whenever the DS episodes roll around on Nick-at-Nite I feel rather sad because I know what is going to happen to the quality of the show. I haven't seen "Samantha and the Beanstalk" for quite some time and I must say that Erin's performance was absolutely cool! When she was discussing with her parents the fact that she felt like she would be neglected with the new arrival I kept on thinking that what she REALLY meant to say was that she was highly upset that this unloving new guy was saying he was her father and she was quite upset that her mother didn't realize it. Notice that the only thing she tells Jack about her father is that "he plays golf" when she might've said "he's fun to play games with" or "he love you a lot." I enjoyed all of Tabatha's scences with the Giant especially when she asks if children taste good! It was a rather Addams Family moment. And when she tells Samantha "NO!" to enlarging the Giant and then says quickly "O.K. O.K. I'm doing it!" How like my relationship with my mother when she asked me to do things when I was younger. Frankly, I used to not be too impressed by this episode but last night I found myself laughing (when I wasn't moping because of the loss of the true Darrin.) One more beef about DS. Again, I wanted to kick him in the head for his unexcusable tone of voice with Endora. It seemed he accused her of his family being in the storybook when she wasn't even around at the time. I know that if DY had been there his portrayal would've been one of being scared and confused as to their safety in the story and wanting Endora's advice on the situation. Sue L: Another blooper for ya. In the credits of "Samantha's Shopping Spree" Steve Franken is listed as 'Uncle Henry' rather than 'Cousin Henry.' Also in the Giant episode if you notice the size of the door in the torture chamber is too small for the Giant to pass through.

Sue L.


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Friday, November 5, 1999

Mark, I noticed the bloopers! And #92 I did see Melody Thomas for second in Serena Stops the Show! I noticed some of them in the episodes. thanks!

Sue L.


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Friday, November 5, 1999

I think I noticed the lack of fatherly contact with Tabitha. DS was not a father in real life but DY was and 5 kids! You see a better relationship if the actors have real life children & if they are married in real life. DY & EM seem to really kiss! Am I right? EM & DS left the kids alone with a sitter more often in the later episodes. Does anyone remember the pie episode? You can see Liz's wig almost fall off as Serena. And I noticed that after Sam got the pie in the face, she is trying not to break up. And as Serena she really flirting a little more with Larry. Is the closet in the kitchen really that big? that is a real blooper.

Ling Ling


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Friday, November 5, 1999

Mark: Funny how DS ALWAYS brought up the fact that he was considered for the Darrin part before DY in interviews. I do believe he was jealous of DY's perfect performance. And why would "they" want to do a different Darrin than DY's? "They" tried to just slip DS in the role with no fanfare, etc. and wanted the public to accept him without making a big deal of it - so why would they want DS to be different in any way? I think the difference in DS's portrayal of Darrin and DY's, is purely DS's doing. There have been many times I've imagined DY doing the DS role, and I just know he'd have done it much better, with more class, and more respect towards Sam, Endora, Tabitha, etc. DS used sarcasm as his humor, he made stupid smirks, hardly ever smiled or showed any warmth at all for Sam or Tabitha (not to mention Adam), and consequently lost the whole premise of the show. The show was about how the love between Sam and Darrin was much stronger than any witchcraft Sam could use to make her life easier. Without the love, the show lost it's appeal, and those remarks of DS's (I agree those are mostly the writers' fault), the smirks, the cold treatment in general just destroyed what DY and EM had built up.

Mark


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Friday, November 5, 1999

Everyone is writing how DS was not up to the DY Darrin character. I never liked DS's Darrin. You know what is scary...DS was cast as the original Darrin but had other commitments. Think about that!! He would have been the only Darrin we knew. I don't know why the writers made him so nasty. After all, they did write his dialogue. I think I saw an interview with DS where he said they did not want to model DS against DY- he just could not play the part as DY did. They could have made his character alittle more compassionate. I cannot imagine DS being Darrin in those early B & W episodes when the relationship was being established. I do not thing BW would have lasted 8 years with DS at all. DY is my favorite. I wonder is DY would have stayed on the last 3 years if the show would have slipped so fast. I wonder if the scripts would have been better and how DY would have performed in those DS situations.

Endora
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Friday, November 5, 1999

Big Dave: Now you know AM wouldn't approve of me giving out that info. You'll just have to keep "checking" (smile). Speaking of Alice Ghostley, I heard her do a voiceover on a radio commercial in Houston a month or so ago. Re the DS subject, we've been speaking a lot about his rapport w/the kids, but really, did he have a rapport w/ANYONE? I just never saw any connections, not w/Larry, not w/Sam, not even w/his own parents! Face it, as Dobbin, the man simply had no warmth whatsoever, even in the "feel good" episodes, like "Sisters at Heart". I don't know if this is because we're all so used to DY (who was perfect in the role) or because the scripts in general were kind of slipping toward the end. DS was actually a very good actor, but for some reason he just didn't cut it as Derwood.

Lucy
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Friday, November 5, 1999

As I am still an insomniac, I am sitting here watching Bewitched on Nick at Nite; unfortunately they have just got round to the DS episodes. I haven't seen Samantha and the Beanstalk for a long time. But the discussions about DS's portrayal of Darrin are so relevant watching this! The very first thing that DS says as Darrin is to criticise Sam in a rather harsh way; the poor woman is trying to think of names for the baby and he's too busy concentrating on his golf! No wonder then in the next scene Tabitha offers quite enthusiastically to give her dad to Jack!

Big Dave


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Thursday, November 4, 1999

I'm sorry about posting the same message three times, stupid city library computer....I also thought of another touching moment with DY which was not with Tabatha but with Michael, the orphan that stayed with them Christmas 1964. First of all he dressed up as Santa trying to add a little 'magic' to the holiday for Michael but after they are back home from their trip to the North Pole and Darrin is holding Michael and then he carries him upstairs. We know that DS's Darwood would never agree in the first place to go see Santa and in the second place he probably would've shoved Michael off his lap when he awoke. Endora: What was this scene you were speaking of earlier with AM's lining in her dress and all? What episode:)

Sam R
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Thursday, November 4, 1999

......(ahem)......Roof.......?

Jeff H


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Thursday, November 4, 1999

Big Dave and others: One of the greatest Father/Daughter moments I think was the first show of season three. (Its the episode where Tabatha gets photographed by Diego Fendman). There is a scene in Tabatha's bedroom where Darrin is showing off Tabatha to Larry Tate and the Client. Just the way he cuddles Tabatha is SO awesome! You can tell he actually loves her and is very proud but protective of her!!! Way to do Dick York!!!!

Esmerelda


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Thursday, November 4, 1999

Hey Everybody, I hope you are feeling fine. Well you have heard of the kids show called Rugrats!! ( I HOPE) Well my little cousin was watching it and on the credit roll was ALICE GHOSTLEY @ she played a nurses voice. I was excited ALice is doing acting again!!!! Also in Australia on cable they have a tv station called TV1 - home of the tv classic such as Bewitched, Jeannie and Lucy and they have this catchy tune!!! Well I have been saving it to disk and that and abou to put it on the web. So whats been happening - any current Bewitched events. Oh, I know why we will never get a tv series of Bewitched, I hat to think it but - you know. We have CHARMED - that witches shoiw, which is real cool and Sabrina - that teenage witch so I don't think the networks will do it!! They'll say to many supernatural shows.

Lucy
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Thursday, November 4, 1999

I think that on TBS tonight, the Chimp Channel episode including the Bewitched/I Dream of Jeannie scene is on. I think that it begins at 10:05pm.

Endora
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Thursday, November 4, 1999

Dave: I have always maintained that one of the worst things about having DS take over the Dobbin role is that it ruined any potential for touching father/daughter moments between he and Tabitha. DY's Dustbin was great, exactly the way any normal father would be w/his first born. Meanwhile DS acted like they were bothering him no matter what they were doing (or not doing). Actually, he acted this way w/Samantha too....

Big Dave
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Thursday, November 4, 1999

Does anyone know where I can report Durweed #2 for the terrible treatment of his daughter? The other day while watching "Samantha's Lost Weekend" where she thinks she has voracious ravenousititis I wanted to just kick him in the head. First of all he practically bit her head off for not eating her meal when I know DY's Derweed would try to understand why she wasn't eating and then when Samantha asked him to please take her upstairs it looked to me like he forcefully ripped up off the chair by ONE ARM (Erin Murphy's lucky he didn't pop it out of the socket) and dragged her up to her room. It was really uncomfortable watching. Especially with such tender moments between father and daughter exhibited when DY was Darrin like when he is flying the toy U.F.O. with her or when they were flying a paper airplane. You would never catch DS having play time with the kids.

Big Dave
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Thursday, November 4, 1999

Does anyone know where I can report Durweed #2 for the terrible treatment of his daughter? The other day while watching "Samantha's Lost Weekend" where she thinks she has voracious ravenousititis I wanted to just kick him in the head. First of all he practically bit her head off for not eating her meal when I know DY's Derweed would try to understand why she wasn't eating and then when Samantha asked him to please take her upstairs it looked to me like he forcefully ripped up off the chair by ONE ARM (Erin Murphy's lucky he didn't pop it out of the socket) and dragged her up to her room. It was really uncomfortable watching. Especially with such tender moments between father and daughter exhibited when DY was Darrin like when he is flying the toy U.F.O. with her or when they were flying a paper airplane. You would never catch DS having play time with the kids.

Big Dave
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Thursday, November 4, 1999

Does anyone know where I can report Durweed #2 for the terrible treatment of his daughter? The other day while watching "Samantha's Lost Weekend" where she thinks she has voracious ravenousititis I wanted to just kick him in the head. First of all he practically bit her head off for not eating her meal when I know DY's Derweed would try to understand why she wasn't eating and then when Samantha asked him to please take her upstairs it looked to me like he forcefully ripped up off the chair by ONE ARM (Erin Murphy's lucky he didn't pop it out of the socket) and dragged her up to her room. It was really uncomfortable watching. Especially with such tender moments between father and daughter exhibited when DY was Darrin like when he is flying the toy U.F.O. with her or when they were flying a paper airplane. You would never catch DS having play time with the kids.

Mark


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Thursday, November 4, 1999

Sue: if you really want to catch bloopers, go to Vic's Bewitched Page, Page 2. There is a link to Adam Jones 1164 Page. Once your in, click on "Bewitced Stuff" then click on bloopers. There are a bunch. I love bloopers and have emailed Dave with some of my own and he has used them! You will enjoy it.

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Thursday, November 4, 1999

Sue L: My all time favorite blooper is the episode where the lining in AM's costume slipped and, just for an all too brief moment, made the world (and my life) brighter.

E
e


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Thursday, November 4, 1999

Sue L: My all time favorite blooper is the episode where the lining in AM's costume slipped and, just for an all too brief moment, made the world (and my life) brighter.

Sue L.


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Thursday, November 4, 1999

another blooper, the episode where Darrin (Dick York) is making references to Sam's age. menitoned that Sam knew Henty the VIII. The later episode where Sam has no memory of who she is and does not know Darrin (Dick Sargent)and she is in the time of Henry the VII. I think she would not know Henry the VIII. He no doubt did not remember her. That is so weird because it is a real blooper.

Sue L.


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Thursday, November 4, 1999

I found some bloopers. In one episode Darrin told Sam that she promised to love, honor & no witchcraft. How? Sam did not tell Darrin she was a witch until the wedding night. Where does the kitchen window face? If the kitchen door faces the side of the house. Darrin stood in front of the kitchen window, it looks like it is facing the front of the house. And then later on when there are stairs in the kitchen, if they are not real stairs then do they walk on camera.Thanks! I am trying to catch bloopers.

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Thursday, November 4, 1999

Rita: Speaking of spending money, I just made the rounds of the net and bought a bunch of AM stuff some would say I don't need w/money I don't have. Sigh. It's just that logic and reason fly out the window whenever I see AM, especially in her Endora costume. What a Goddess, she could sit on my "roof" anytime ;-)!

Sam R
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Wednesday, November 3, 1999

Spot on LING LING. Those smirks of Darwin's really got to me, would have loved to have reached into my TV set and smack it off his face. (no offence meant to DS personally.) BTW Ling Ling, would you mind terribly forwarding your email address to me so I can write and forward things to you? Thanks muchly... FUJIYAMA: Welcome to the Board. Glad you made it. Lots of wonderful people here. I think you'll enjoy it. BIG DAVE: Well you know what I dressed up as this Halloween, but I don't think I should mention it here. I already spent the $25 that I won that night, no surprise is it?

Tread


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Wednesday, November 3, 1999

What advertising agency did Darrin work for?

Ling Ling


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Tuesday, November 2, 1999

Jeff H: You are so right! I hate when they edit ANY remarks (especially Endora's), and think they'd be better advised to do away with some of DS's remarks - or else his smirks. I'd like to watch the complete, unedited shows, too. I wish Columbia House would come out with some more videos.

Jeff H


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Tuesday, November 2, 1999

Big Dave: I appreciate the update on the Screen Gems Network! Its great to come to this board and find the info here! I really like what they are doing with the Screen Gems network except for all the editing they do on the shows. Some great lines are being cut out : ( especially some of Endora's great moments. If they want to edit things, why don't the focus on Dick Sargent's nasty remarks : ) Sorry for sounding so negative but I'm a purist who wants to see all 26 minutes of an episode. Its pretty cool if you think about it though, after 30+ years we are still watching Bewitched every day!!!!!! I tape them and feel like a little kid again when I watch them in the evening at dinner!!! Take care everyone.

Big Dave


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Tuesday, November 2, 1999

I hope everyone had a safe Halloween. What did everyone dress as? I, being away from my stash of great Halloween costumes at my parents house wore a BW tee-shirt (gracias, Endora!), a witches hat, painted my face Gothic and passed myself off as the spirit of Halloween. Pretty lame, I know... I thought it would be a nice thing if I shared what episodes are coming up on the SGN. BW episodes are listed first: Wed Nov. 3 = Samantha's Lost Weekend & Please Don't Feed the Astronauts, Thur Nov. 4 = Samantha Loses Her Voice & Haven't I Seen Me Someplace Before, and Fri. Nov 5 = Samantha's Good News & Divorce, Genie Style, Mon Nov 9 = Samantha's Magic Mirror & See You in C-U-B-A. The rest of next week looks like the SGN is going to show some of their different shows like the Flying Nun, Gidget, Benson, and the Facts of Life to name some but then the following week it goes back to BW & IDOJ.

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Monday, November 1, 1999

Hope everyone had a great Halloween! If you watched SGN on Friday, you may have noticed that Erin didn't seem to host the Halloween episodes. I did re-read the chat http://chat.lycos.com/transcripts/emurphy.html and I guess she never said anything about appearing in present form - maybe she meant that we'd see her in her Tabitha days. Check out her links page - she'll be at the World's Largest Diso this month and on the 7th she'll be a presenter at the Hollywood Reporter's Young Star Awards at Universal Studios - http://www.tvtoys.com/erinmurphy/links.htm

FUJIYAMA


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Sunday, October 31, 1999

I'm a Japanese girl. I'm looking this page in Japan. I LOVE Samantha!!!!!!!!! & I LOVE this page.

Ryan


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Sunday, October 31, 1999

HAPPY HALLOWEEN WITCHES AND WARLOCKS!

Scott from Ohio


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Sunday, October 31, 1999

Happy 'Bewitching'...

Breen from London


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Saturday, October 30, 1999

To anyone who comes to this Bewitched Page: Happy Halloween

b


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Saturday, October 30, 1999


b


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Saturday, October 30, 1999


Mark


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Friday, October 29, 1999

Last year my daughter Samantha went as a witch for Halloween--she had no other choice with me around! Actually she went as a witch 2 years in a row. This year my wife is getting dressed as a witch, keeping the family tradition. We are doing a Wizard of Oz theme, my 2 year old son Nick will be a lion,I will be the Scarecrow and Sam will be going as Dorothy this year--it should be fun-weather forecast looks good.

Ling Ling


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Friday, October 29, 1999

Juke: Endora cower??? You MUST be joking! As she so eloquently said in her post, Endora could kick you mother's a** (or anyone else's for that matter) without even smearing her eyeliner!! Endora should have been the Queen of all witches, and in my opinion, she WAS!

Lucy
elbourne@email.unc.edu


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Friday, October 29, 1999

SCOTT: I'm sure Endora's right, the episode that you saw was the pie episode! In honour (I'm attempting to cling on to the last remnants of my British spelling!) of this Halloween weekend, I have put the Bewitched desktop theme back onto my computer!

Tim
tiboli1@aol.com


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Friday, October 29, 1999

When Adam was born Sam's father gave him a present in the form of a verse. Does any one recall the lines ?

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Friday, October 29, 1999

Remember - today on SGN Erin Murphy will be hosting 2 (count 'em, 2!) Halloween episodes of Bewitched! Check your local listings if you haven't already. And if you haven't seen the re-launch or Erin's site, check it out - http://www.tvtoys.com/erinmurphy/ . I still wonder if she's seen the "Unofficial" site - since someone took the picture, and the person who posted about the chat sessions seemed to be someone who knew her, I'd have to think she has (yikes! - I'd better get it updated). Question - is it just in Boston, or is it the same across the country - is SGN now down to only 1 hour a day?! They seem to only show Bewitched and IDOJ on the local channel - they don't show "Charlie's Angels", which they had shown before SGN even came out anyway. And for general information, Endora was just exaggerating when she said "freezing" weather - we've had a couple of frosts, but it's not what I'd call "freezing" weather (if puddles on the ground are liquid, it's not cold, as I told her last February!).

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Friday, October 29, 1999

Scott: The one w/DS in a bathtub is from "To Go or Not to Go". Not sure about the one w/Endora and Serena in the washroom, is it the pie episode? I think it's one of the earlier Serena ones actually. There are several shows in a row where Serena wears the same pink and green dress and this is one of them. Juke: Ling Ling is ABSOLUTELY correct. Not only could the real Endora kick your mother's a** w/o smearing her eyeliner, so could I! Jeff H: You bring up the Halloween episode w/the client insulting Endora's marvelous zebra striped outfit every year, and every year I tell you that that is NOT funny, it's cruel and hateful and she should have disintegrated that idiot! As for me falling down because of Arthur....hmmm, you may have a point there....I shall have to think of suitable Halloween revenge! Broph: Perhaps you should consider starting to digitially watermark the photos of Erin you post on your site?

Scott from Ohio


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Friday, October 29, 1999

I need help identifying a couple of episodes. I was watching the EM bio tonight on tape and saw an episode with Endora and Serena in a utility/wash room. There was another scene where Darrin (Sargent) was in a bathtub. What are the names of these episodes. It was neat to see the footage of Salem being filmed, too. It was a nice piece on her life.

Juke


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Friday, October 29, 1999

Ling Ling: Sorry to say, but my mother, CARLOTTA, overheard one of the witches that frequent this board telling of your comment of who the most powerful witch is, and whatever else you said...... so, not to incur any of my Mother's wrath, perhaps you should retract that posting and replace it with one of praise of dear sweet Mother, Carlotta. And, I doubt that Endora will help you this time, as she cowers and trembles at the mention of "CARLOTTA", as we all do, ourselves! You've been warned!

Jeff H


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Thursday, October 28, 1999

Hi Everyone! Some of you mentioned the 2nd season Halloween episode and there is a scene I absolutely love . . . its when the client tells Endora he likes "her costume" too!!! The reaction everyone gives is so funny and genuine that I'm laughing just thinking of it!! WHAT A GREAT EPISODE. Its the only episode I know of where Endora apoligizes SINCERELY to Darrin. Its very touching. Endora: I don't think your falling down was an accident. Remember a few Halloween's ago when you threw Arthur out of a tree to the ground. Its revenge time-Happy Halloween!!!

Breen from London


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Thursday, October 28, 1999

Endora, I'm glad you weren't seriously hurt when you fell.!!!!! Broph, that's totally awesome, having your photo of Erin stolen and it turning up at Lycos. Get your lawyers.....LOL

Big Dave
drbombay76@hotmail.com


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Thursday, October 28, 1999

Benny: Actually that particular episode isn't available on video. I wish it were though. Endora: With all these falls one would think that you are trying to make yourself more endearing to mortal men. At least that's what Franklyn Blodgett's father would say.

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Thursday, October 28, 1999

Scott: My falls should also take you back to AM's farm and me slipping into the run off ditch!

Scott from Ohio


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Thursday, October 28, 1999

Endora, your falls takes me back to my childhood and my memories of the Ford Administration!!

Ryan


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Thursday, October 28, 1999

BENNY - I think the episode your looking for is one of the videos from Columbia House.

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Thursday, October 28, 1999

Hi everyone. I got to stand in the freezing weather for 30 minutes this morning because my train was late! I feel like a total native now! Then to top it off when the train finally got there and I started walking toward it I slipped on some loose gravel and fell down (not on the tracks fortunately)! I was so cold I didn't even feel it much, though I did get some nice colorful scrapes on my leg. As I told the concerned crowd that gathered around me at the train station, the day can only get better at this point (LOL). Oh yea, I am wearing purple today and when I put it on this morning I thought it would bring me closer to AM....so much for that theory (somehow I don't think she fell down much, either at train stations or elsewhere). BTW I have now offically fallen down in every place I've ever visited!

Scott from Ohio


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Wednesday, October 27, 1999

Thanks Endora for the scroll. Well everyone, I have a TV now and have been getting my BW therapy! Lets see... 2 episodes three times/day until healed, right?

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Wednesday, October 27, 1999

Ling Ling - kick someone off? No! Cross my legs and go "Ouch"? Sure! I figured I'd be intruding on the WebMD chat on pregnancy with Erin today, so I didn't attend that one; they seem to be good about posting transcripts, though, so I'll let you all (or as Endora says, y'all) know if I see it. BTW, if I hadn't mentioned it before, if you went to the page on Lycos talking about Erin's discussion from Monday night, you saw a picture of her as a young girl, which then switched to a picture of her as an adult. You can imagine my surprise when I saw that picture - it was the one that I took of her when I met her in Boston a year ago July! Now I can honestly say that someone stole something from my site! LOL!

Big Dave


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Wednesday, October 27, 1999

Ling Ling: I also thought that episode of the 'preggers' Darrin was really funny. I've never laughed so hard. And like I mentioned to the Princess, women are totally on a high pedestal in my book. A couple weeks ago in my Human Development class we watched a birth video. I had seen it before but this time it had a HUGE impact on me when I realized that some of my girl friends had gone through that what-looks-awful experience and that my Mother had. Frankly, it made me light-headed and I just give all my praise and thanks that I don't have to give birth...and, no, that's not an invitation to cast the 'preggers' spell on me:) On a lighter note, it seems that Boyce & Hart were formed by Jeannie's magic according to what was shown on the SGN today. But I still love "Serena Stops the Show" more than the IDOJ appearance of Boyce & Hart for three reasons: SERENA, SERENA, SERENA!

Benny
davesrecords


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Wednesday, October 27, 1999

Hello. Does anyone out there know where I can find an old Bewitched episode? It's episode #41 entitled "The joker is a card." If there's anyone who can help me, please e-mail me at Davesrecords@aol.com. Thank you.

Benny


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Wednesday, October 27, 1999


Ling Ling


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Wednesday, October 27, 1999

Oops...sorry for the double posts! Full moon, you know...I think.

Ling Ling


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Wednesday, October 27, 1999

Endora: I was going to say that, but I was afraid Broph would kick me off the Board. But since you gushed about Erin, I suspect he didn't notice! Witch brings up another BW episode that was classic - remember when Endora cast a spell on Darrin so he'd have labor pains? DY was excellent in that, as was EM and of course AM. It's probably my favorite DY episode. And I agree - men should have the babies. But I don't think they could handle it, personally.

Ling Ling


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Wednesday, October 27, 1999

Endora: I was going to say that, but I was afraid Broph would kick me off the Board. But since you gushed about Erin, I suspect he didn't notice! Witch brings up another BW episode that was classic - remember when Endora cast a spell on Darrin so he'd have labor pains? DY was excellent in that, as was EM and of course AM. It's probably my favorite DY episode. And I agree - men should have the babies. But I don't think they could handle it, personally.

Ryan


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Wednesday, October 27, 1999

Forr those wonderding about if Bewitched will be in the Marathons to the Millenium, yes it will, in December, i've already mentioned it in my newsletter.

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Wednesday, October 27, 1999

Well the fact that Erin Murphy keeps bringing up AM leads me to believe that she also mentioned AM for both the E! and the ET specials and was edited. Looks like it's spell casting time again...stand back, there may be some fallout....As far as having a healthy pregnancy, I couldn't care less as I've always believed men should have the babies, but I would like to know how Erin manages to look so slim and trim and wonderful after having four children. When she talks about that, I'm there! My favorite Halloween episode is Trick or Treat, which always makes me cry as well. Trick or Treat reallly showcased the talents of all three of the BW stars, w/EM, DY and especially (as always) AM giving standout performances. This favorite episode is followed closely by Twitch or Treat as seeing Endora knock Arthur out of a tree also brings tears to my eyes, tears from laughing so hard that is.....My least favorite Halloween episode is the one where Erin is a leopard, though I love her choice of outfit! I also don't like "The Witches are Out", three guesses as to why....Ling Ling: As always, you are soooo right. When it comes to the Blair Witch (or anyone else for that matter) Endora could kick their a** w/o even smearing her eyeliner!

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Tuesday, October 26, 1999

Erin Murphy's chat on WebMD is scheduled for Wednesday morning, 1PM EST - 10AM PST. She will be discussing "Having a Healthy Pregnancy". Here's the URL: http://my.webmd.com/event/532127

Ling Ling


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Tuesday, October 26, 1999

Big Dave: Shelly Berman was great in that episode (The Witches are Out)! He's one of my favorite BW guest stars - I wish they'd used him again.

Lucy
elbourne@email.unc.edu


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Tuesday, October 26, 1999

Big Dave: I saw another advert for the Nick at Nite Marathons last night, and Bewitched WAS included: it wasn't mentioned but there was a picture of Samantha. I've seen the Blair Witch Project twice now, once in the cinema and once on video because my friend hadn't seen it. I have to say I was scared in the cinema, but mainly because of the anticipation that something was going to happen, because of the hype around the film. I came out feeling rather deflated, and watching it again the other day I realise what a major disappointment it is! But I will have to buy it anyway; my brother wants to make himself popular by having the Blair Witch Project on video before it has even come out in all British cinemas, so I have to send it back home to him!

Ryan
iluvlucy@mtnworks.net


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Tuesday, October 26, 1999

Hey everyone! Sorry I haven't posted or sent out newsletters but i've been SO BUSY! I do have a 9 newsletters set up and are all ready to be sent out so through out November 9 newsletters will be sent out. I'll write later...e-mail me anytime!

Big Dave


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Tuesday, October 26, 1999

Well, how ironic that I just finished watching Maureen MacCormick play Li'l Endora. I really enjoy that episode a lot but I really enjoy all the DY Halloween episodes. If I had to choose just one fave it would be "The Witches Are Out" from the first season. That episode seems so innocent to me especially EM's portrayal of Samantha. I loved her looks, her voice, and just everything about her in this episode. I especially liked that she choose to sit on top of the lamp in Mr. Brinkman's room. But I really love this episode because of the introduction of Aunt Clara and her kleptomaniac ways of stealing doorknobs. I think this episode is just cute.

Mark


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Tuesday, October 26, 1999

Sorry for the typos-typing too fast!

Mark


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Tuesday, October 26, 1999

Ling Ling: That one is my favorite Halloween episode also. My least favorite is to Trick or Treat or Not To Trick or Treat w/Dick Sargent. Anybody else have their best & worst favoite Halloween episodes and why?

Ling Ling


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Tuesday, October 26, 1999

I'd put Endora up against ANY witch ANY day. Not only does she have more power than anyone else, but she exudes class. Even as little Marcia Brady...I mean, when Maureen MacCormick played a young Endora - she was awesome. That, BTW, is my favorite BW Halloween episode. I loved the end where Sam talks Endora into turning Darrin back to normal. It always brings tears to my eyes!

Big Dave


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Tuesday, October 26, 1999

Scott from Ohio: RE: your comments about the Blair Witch. AND HOW! I seriously thought of going to the ticket taker and demanding my money back. When the film ended I loudly said, "O.K. Put on the next reel!" I thought there had to be two reels because the 'first' one wasn't even scary. Everyone: I see that NAN is re-airing there 10 most popular marathon weeks. Is Bewitched going to be included? On the commercial I only counted 7 shows that they actually named (then again I was very tired when I did count). I sure hope they do.

Scott from Ohio


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Tuesday, October 26, 1999

Whenever I think of the few bucks I spent to watch that Blair Witch Project I feel embarrassed like Mark! That was such a poor movie I don't know who would even put Samantha in the same poll with it! Even the last episodes of BW in the early 70's were masterpieces compared to that 'donkey' movie! And as we mostly agree, that isn't saying much!!!

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Tuesday, October 26, 1999

Additional stuff on the chat last night - Erin was asked about her favorite actors. After thinking about it, she said "Agnes Moorehead and Chartlon Heston". Also, the IMDb poll from yesterday - who's more powerful - The Blair Witch or Samantha - 597 votes were cast - Samantha won with 333 votes (55.8%), The Blair Witch got 169 votes (28.3%) and Tabitha didn't do too badly with 95 votes (15.9%) - at least Tabitha got more than half of what The Blair Witch got. I figure if they didn't have Tabitha as a response, Samantha would have gotten an even larger percentage of the vote.

Mark


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Tuesday, October 26, 1999

Skip: I'm glad someone agrees with me about those lousy shows! I feel embarrassed watching those episodes I mentioned. I really love the show and don't want anyone to get the wrong idea. I haven't seen the black & whites in a while and have been watching seasons 3-8. You really see the differance.

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Monday, October 25, 1999

Well, the chat with Erin Murphy just finished. The chat room isn't conducive to copying text, but a transcript will be ready in a few days. Girl and Breen were there and we each got a few questions. She will make an appearance on the SGN on Friday, hosting Halloween episodes. Her baby's name, BTW, is Dylan.

Skip


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Monday, October 25, 1999

Mark: I completely agree with you. And I think your comments reflect that you are in fact a true fan, because like me, you sound 'grieved' at the state of the show toward the end. Bill Asher said in an interview that they wanted to end it several years before it went off, but ABC offered them more money and creative freedom than they could have imagined. I read somewhere that Elizabeth Montgomery alone made something like $6 million plus she owned 20% of the show, not bad for 30 years ago. - I too recently watched some of the B&W shows, and you're dead-on right, they were exceptional in every respect.

Endora
Endora@moorehead.com


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Monday, October 25, 1999

And in the TV Guide article, Erin mentions AM....go Erin! It's about time someone mentioned AM!

Big Dave


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Monday, October 25, 1999

I don't know if the article is only on the website of TV Guide but you can look at it here: http://www.tvguide.com/newsgossip/dish/991025b.asp. It's about Tabitha. My she's a busy witch.

Mark


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Monday, October 25, 1999

Please add Three Men A Witch & A Horse to my list of least favorites, also Hansel & Gretel in Samanthaland, Samantha on Thin Ice--can you tell that I dislike the 8th season so much?

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Monday, October 25, 1999

Erin's site is coming back! For now there's not much there, and the address will change soon, but if you want to see it, check it out - http://www.tvtoys.com/erinmurphy/

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Monday, October 25, 1999

A link for Erin Murphy's chat tonight - http://chat.lycos.com/guests/emurphy.html . I think you have to register with them, so be sure to do it early. The chat is at 8PM EST.

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Monday, October 25, 1999

One note about the poll - you have to be registered with the IMDb. Doh!

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Monday, October 25, 1999

Thank you Publicity! Guys, check it out if you can. Something else to check out - a contest of who would win in a fight - The Blair Witch or Samantha Stevens, courtesy The IMDb: http://poll.imdb.com/Poll/ . You can even vote for Tabitha!

Publicity


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Monday, October 25, 1999

Erin Murphy Update: Erin is doing an online chat on Lycos today & CNN's webmd on Wednesday. She'll also be featured in the new People magazine coming out on Friday. Links to the two chats can be found at www.tvtoys.com/bewitched

Mark


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Monday, October 25, 1999

Skip: I have said this before but some don't agree. BW totally went downhill after the Salem episodes. Trus there were some cute episodes but Liz looked disgusted by that point and I don't feel comfortable watching the later 7th season episodes and definately the 8th season, which is the absolute worse. Mony Happy Returns, Laugh Clown Laugh, Samantha & The Antique Doll, all the "European" episodes, Samantha's Pet Warlock, The Warlock in the Gray Flannel Suit, Samantha's Witchcraft Blows a Fuse & A Good Turn Never Goes Unpunished, and even the last episode are my least favorites. Partly because of the weak scripts and partly Liz does not look too happy. Her looks even changed during the second half of the 7th season. I recently watched some episodes from the 1st two seasons-wow was that show differant. The stories focused on D & S's relationship. They were really prestine episodes. I may not sound like a true fan, but they should have stopped after the 7th season-I think Liz would have thought so too.

Big Dave


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Monday, October 25, 1999

laura: Just for future reference Sam's cousin is named 'Serena'. 'Sabrina' is the teenage witch who has Salem as a familiar. Totally understandable mixup though. Everyone: With the showing of "Oedipus Hex" the other day on the SGN I now have all of the third season recorded. I only have 66 more episodes to go before I get the whole series! And this Wednesday there is going to be 'Boyce and Hart Day' on the SGN. I haven't seen their appearance on IDOJ.

Warlock


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Sunday, October 24, 1999

My favorite episode is when Endora put a spell on Darrin that his ears would grow when he tells a lie.My least favorite episode is "Sam's witchcraft blows a fuse" which was the next to last episode. Boy was that one was horrible.

laura


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Sunday, October 24, 1999

Broph, thank you for the welcoming. At least the board was broken-in by the time you received it :o).. My favorite episode is the pie=in=the=face.Also, any that have Sabrina and/or Endora in it.

Scott from Ohio


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Sunday, October 24, 1999

My favorite episodes includes Mona Sammy, Santa comes and stays and stays, most Uncle Arthur episodes, the episode when Darrin and Samantha gets into a fight and she goes to Paris with Endora and runs into Larry and Louise. Also the Salem ones, too. My least favorite ones would be the ones which they recycled old story lines...

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Sunday, October 24, 1999

Laura - welcome to the board, though I must admit, I didn't create it. A fellow fan named Alix North created the board some time ago (I don't have a "birth" date for the board though). When her schedule got too hectic, she passed the board to Chipper, who then passed it on to me. I hope you find it a nice place where people come to share their thoughts and feelings. I haven't posted much this week since I was very busy with Endora - another board member who likes to visit the Salem, MA area. I think you'll find the board regulars a good group of people - to some of them I'll take a moment to say "open it carefully!".

The Princess
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Sunday, October 24, 1999

Ling Ling: I'm with you. The episode where Samantha rhymed has to be one of my least favorites! I may be the only one on the planet, but I rather liked the "laugh, clown, laugh" one! Maybe I'd better go back and re-watch it and perhaps I'll change my mind; I guess I haven't seen it in years. Big Dave: That was a very interesting and thought-provoking question you asked us. We're always talking about our favorites, but rarely do we think about the ones we didn't like too much.

Breen from London


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Saturday, October 23, 1999

Someone just told me that in the movie Crazy in Alabama starring Melanie Griffith, there is a very funny scene where she is auditioning to play a part in Bewitched. Endora is played by a man.

Ling Ling


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Saturday, October 23, 1999

Big Dave: Endora told me a while ago that Robert does not like any publicity, and that he and his wife are the ones who had EM's first grandchild. I also think he lives in Florida for some reason, but I may be wrong about that. My least favorite episode is the one where Sam gets green stripes on her face, or the one where she rhymes all the time. That's the only time I get tired of watching Sam.

laura


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Saturday, October 23, 1999

Thank you for the welcoming, BIG DAVE

Big Dave


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Saturday, October 23, 1999

It's interesting to see the responses to the question I proposed because for the most part I agree. Let me also say that I don't think that the non-Darrin episodes are included in the worst but that they really don't showcase the underlying theme of BW witch was that a man and a woman of different ethnic backgrounds were trying hard to make their marriage work no matter the obstacles. I enjoy the non-Darrin episodes because it kindof showed what life was like while Darrin was either just at work during the day or even gone on a business trip. I recall that DY said that had he been given a year to rest he would've come back to the role. I think that maybe they could've done a retro-season of Samantha's adventures previous to her marriage and then DY could've came back and they could've picked up where they left off. Who knows, maybe Liz would've wanted to go another season or two with her original Durwood. Now on another topic, does anyone know why EM and William Asher's other son, Robert, is never shown in interviews or other things relating to his mother? Has something happened to him or is he just camera shy? Sam R: I'm glad to hear that you're reliving the magic of the first two seasons. Laura: Welcome to the board!

laura


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Saturday, October 23, 1999

I think the worst one is the one about the Leaning Tower of Pisa being straightened

Skip


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Saturday, October 23, 1999

I don't agree that the non-Darrin episodes are among the worst. In fact, some of them are among my favourites: Tabitha's Cranky Spell; Serena & Arthur making nut-covered banana chocolate snacks; the ape turned into a man episode; Queen Victoria; and of course Serena's date with Franklyn Blodgett, to mention only a few. These are all good shows. For me, the worst 'Bewitched' episode will always be, first foremost and always "Laugh Clown Laugh" which was originally shown April 15, 1971. An absolute embarassment, painful to watch, simply dreadful. Nothing from season 8 sinks down to the level of "Laugh Clown Laugh."

laura


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Saturday, October 23, 1999

Hello! I am so happy to find this page. I've loved bewitched ever sinc I was little! Thank you Broph for creating this wonderful page!

Sam R
martinz@infinet.net


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Saturday, October 23, 1999

I absolutely love the first 2 seasons of Bewitched. It was so fresh and innocent, well written with well rounded characters, and the humor was quick, overall, totally charming. I hate to say it but to me, Bewitched in it's last 2 seasons, looked strained and repetitive. Here in Canada, they have not shown those wonderful B&W's since the early 70's! Now that is a crying shame! LUCY: I think your friend has a good point about EM's resemblance to Grace Kelly. I have heard to 2 TV historians refer to Liz as "The Grace Kelly of Television." I also thought her eyes and chin most similar to Eva Gardner....EM was quite a beauty alright. (oh, I just heard a dull roll of thunder down in Salem....AM as well of course!) BIG DAVE: Interesting question about 'least fav episode'. I would have to say that the one that stands out for me would be the 'Hansel and Gretal' episode and the one where DS head was zapped into a pig's head. I don't know what the episode title was though. Hey Dave, guess what I've been doing the last couple of days? I've been blissing out on 20 B&W's that I haven't seen in 25 years! Yahoo and Yippee!!!

Jeff H


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Saturday, October 23, 1999

Big Dave: My least favorite episodes are really similar to Lucy's. ANY from the 8th season with the exception of the King Henry VIII season opener and the one's that focus on Tabatha. I tape the SGN Bewitched shows and a couple of days ago they showed the episode with Julie Newmar (i.e. Catwoman). It is such a poor remake compared to the one made the first season. Why doesn't the Screen Gems Network show episodes from the first or second season- they are GREAT!!!

Lucy


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Friday, October 22, 1999

Endora: of course you are right, and I sincerely apologise: please don't put a spell on me! The acting in the last season was tired, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF AGNES MOOREHEAD and in fact Erin Murphy.

Endora
Endora@moorehead.com


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Friday, October 22, 1999

Lucy: Hey, you made a mistake! You need to modify your post to say "tired acting by everyone but AM." Don't make such a typo again! Obviously for me any non Endora episode is not a good choice to show to a first time viewer. The one w/Napoleon comes to mind as a bad one, as well as "Not so Leaning Tower of Pisa" or the one w/Adam West. Salem is very Salem like today, grey and chilly. I can see the ocean from my room in the Hawthorne. Between emails I look out at all the boats and imagine AM seeing the same view all those years ago, I have to be careful though, I got to thinking about her being here so hard in the tea room I actually started crying.....

Lucy
elbourne@email.unc.edu


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Friday, October 22, 1999

Big Dave: I'm sorry, I wasn't ignoring what you had written, it's just that I had to think about it for a while! It's a really good question... often people have an idea of their own favourite episode, but a worst one is more difficult. I had a look through the episode guides, and fortunately thinking back at them there is not one episode that I would not bother watching the end of, even if it was bad. I have to agree that any of the non-Darrin episodes are below standard... perhaps it's because as BW fans we know the unhappy circumstances of why DY was not in the episode. However, I think an episode that I would hate watching with a Bewitched newcomer would be one of the episodes in the last season. For instance: "Samantha's not so leaning Tower of Pisa," or "Paris, Witches Style." I think it's a combination of the bad plots and the tired acting. But mainly, perhaps because I'm European and I have been to those places, it's the pathetic stock footage and the terrible scenery!

Lucy
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Friday, October 22, 1999

Hi everyone. I just got back from the NC State Fair last night in time to watch the A&E Biography on EM for the first time last night, and have a few comments to make. I think the program highlighted just what a great actress EM was, especially in the work she did after Bewitched ended. The pictures of her as a child were so cute, and when I saw a picture of her mother it struck me how similar EM looked to her. My roomate, although American, has never really watched Bewitched - I am her roomate due to university planning, not by choice :o) (no i love her really!) - but I made her watch Biography. By the end of the show she was more emotional than I was! She also pointed out something interesting: in many of her early publicity shots, EM looked very much like Grace Kelly: does anyone agree?

Big Dave


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Friday, October 22, 1999

My goodness, this board has seemed rather low key the past couple days. So I will give us a topic: let's say that you have a friend come over and they have never seen BW before, for whatever reason. So your VCR is broke so no showing your favorite episode so you turn to Nick-at-Nite (pre-showing-it-at-awful-hours). Well, your heart just about sinks because they are showing a certain episode that just doesn't do justice for the show. 'Witch' episode is it? I would have to say 'Birdies, Bogeys, and Baxter' is my choice because honestly, watching golf even if witchcraft is involved is just so boring! Playing it is a different story. Also 'Samantha's Witchcraft Blows a Fuse' or any of the non-Darrin episodes because the show really is about their marriage.

Nothing


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Friday, October 22, 1999

The cancer started in her colon, but by the time it was found, it had already spread to a great deal of her large intestine, and was rapidly moving everywhere else.




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Friday, October 22, 1999

What type of cancer did Elizabeth Montgomery have.

Big Dave


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Thursday, October 21, 1999

Last night on A&E's Biography of Ray Walston they were speaking of how an awful lot of animals were used as 'guest stars' on 'My Favorite Martian.' Ray Walston said "On 'Bewitched' they had great people like Agnes Moorehead and Maurice Evans (he even pronounced Maurice as 'Morris') and we were using barnyard animals!" I thought it so fitting that he would mention the great abilities of AM and Maurice Evans. Of course, EM's Biography is going to be on tonight hosted by another TV witch, Caroline Rhea a.k.a Aunt Hilda from Sabrina.

Endora
Endora@moorehead.com


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Thursday, October 21, 1999

I toured the House of the Seven Gables today but could not take pictures of the bedwarmer (no pictures allowed inside the house). I did touch it though and asked the lady about BW. She confirmed that the bedwarmer hanging there was THE bedwarmer (Newton), but didn't know much else about their visit except that they had to close the house for a short time for them to film there.

Rita


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Thursday, October 21, 1999

I may be a little late with this question, but has Bewitched been taken off of Nick at Nite?

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Wednesday, October 20, 1999

Hi everyone! The lady here who runs a store called "Witch Tees" is doing a special Y2K Samantha shirt. It will be black, have the cartoon Samantha on her broom, have the BW logo surrounded by fireworks above her and underneath her "into the Millenium". Get it? "Bewitched into the Millenium". The shirts are $12 plus shipping if you order them by mail, $10 plus shipping if you impose on Broph to pick them up and mail them, and $9 per tee plus shipping if you order them in pairs. They will be available in November.

Kat
kattboxx@yahoo.com


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Tuesday, October 19, 1999

Hi Everyone, Just a quick note to say hi and things are great right now. I will pop back sometime soon. Kat

LARRY TATE
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Tuesday, October 19, 1999

poll news flash ,A&E @ www.biography.com is having a favorite out of this world tv character poll, samantha is currently running third with the poll running all this week, its a shame endora is not on the list to vote for & there doesn't seem to be a write in capability. as well www.accesshollywood.com are having a millinium poll among which is the best tv actress of the 1960's with ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY listed.does anyone know why ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY made no tv movies from 1986 to 1990 when face to face came out ,she did 1 to 2 tv movies a year post bewitched except for this gap.

The Princess
myladybug@prodigy.net


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Tuesday, October 19, 1999

Endora: Thanks, but flattery will get you nowhere. I still want you to steal me a robe from your motel!

Sam R
martinz@infinet.net


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Tuesday, October 19, 1999

ENDORA: I do believe I have the photos of the original BW visit to Salem that you mentioned. I saved them from TV Guide when they were filming there. BTW, I think that it is bloody awful that someone saw fit to steal them. Would the hotel be interested in the photos from that TV Guide that I do have? I guess I would let them go because of the circumstances. They are not 'blow ups' of course, and I am not even sure if they are the same ones....?

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Tuesday, October 19, 1999

Hi everyone, I'm posting this message from the Salem Library, where I'm looking up some BW references. I'll let you know what I find out as I find it. Princess: Yes your name has been invoked. Now your librarian status is not only known throughout Katy, but Salem as well!

Big Dave


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Tuesday, October 19, 1999

Endora & Broph: Thanks for telling us of your Salem experiences. Speaking of ghosts on bewitched.net there is a magazine article about EM and an experience she had with a ghost. Barclay: Bewitched began on ABC September 17, 1964 and continued until July 1, 1972. It was on for eight seasons and 254 glorious episodes.

Barclay
bccoahu@aol.com


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Tuesday, October 19, 1999

What year did the show air and when did it cancel? Thanks Barclay




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Monday, October 18, 1999


Endora & Broph


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Monday, October 18, 1999

Hi everyone, we've just eaten dinner and toured Gallows Hill (where the people accused as witches were hung). Broph doesn't believe in ghosts, but then again he didn't get awakened by one stomping around over his head last night either! The 7th floor on the Hawthorne is blocked off, but I was awakened last night by someone thumping around up there. Broph says it's maintenance people checking for leaks, but I know the truth. The Hawthorne is haunted after all, and ghosts love me. I had to put up w/one at three a.m. at the Susannah Flint house last year, as well as one in my room in England when I visited my pen pal. They love to wake me up and then refuse to tell me why! Broph said to tell you we want you all to be recreating the Hawthorne experience in your respective homes and we are casting a spell as we speak to see that that happens...more details later....

Jeff H


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Monday, October 18, 1999

Endora: I'm going to wear the "Bewitched in Salem" Tee-shirt you sent me every night as a tribute until your vacation is over. You and Broph are not giving us enough updates though, we need messages from you ATLEAST every 15 minutes so we can enjoy it too!!! Have fun!!!

Big Dave


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Monday, October 18, 1999

Endora: Here, here to your chamber pot spell suggestion. And then they can sit in the Hawthorne, be stolen, and USED by some pathetic creep like themselves. How was the Salem trip? Heather Ann and I are still a little saddened that we couldn't join in the fun. But my birthday was WAY fun so I guess I can't complain too much. Again thanks to everyone who sent birthday wishes/greetings my way. One more thing. My cousin told me the other day that he heard that Mattel is going to be making a Samantha doll, I suppose along the lines of the 'I Love Lucy' ones they have all ready issued. He say he thinks he heard that on CNN. Anybody else heard something similar?

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Monday, October 18, 1999

IMPORTANT! The color photo blowups of the pictures and corresponding TV Guide article of BW's visit to Salem were stolen from the lobby of the Hawthorne Hotel this summer. If you see these items on sale on ebay or anywhere else, notify the Hawthorne Hotel immediately. These blowups were originals and are not replacable. Connie, the Hawthorne Manager I spoke to, said everyone here was devastated by the pictures being stolen, and would very much like to be able to get them back. Please keep your eyes open, we need to let people know that true BW fans don't acquire their collections by stealing. Spells to turn the person who did this into an inanimate object are also in order. After all, the House of the Seven Gables could always use another bed warmer....or better yet, a chamber pot!

David
Westgbguy@aol.com


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Sunday, October 17, 1999

I would like a bewitched screen savor. If anyone knows where I can get one email me.

Breen from London


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Sunday, October 17, 1999

I have had in my diary 'Start of Salem' for like the whole year. I even though I might get over there, but it didn't happen. I'm jealous. I'm glad you're having a good time in the Hawthorne.

Endora
Endora@moorehead.com


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Sunday, October 17, 1999

Well Scott, thanks to Edwina's friend Irene it's going to be windy, chilly and rainy here tomorrow, so I'll let you know how it goes. Isn't the House of the Seven Gables wonderful? All the tours were booked yesterday but Broph and I walked by and saw the bedwarmer (Newton) through the window anyway. Being in the Hawthorne still has me freaked out even though I know AM got a better room than the one I'm in (she'd better have anyway!). The room is a little on the small side but very nice. Lots of 18th & 19th Century furniture, and the bathroom is gorgeous. A 1950's marvel of black and white tile and silver fixtures! The lobby is the best though, fixed up for Halloween and surrounded by a lovely winding staircase. I'm taking lots of pictures which Broph has promised to share. Last night Broph and I walked around seeing all the Salem sights and of couse shopping. It was going great till Broph got the only piece of BW memoribilia in the local comic shop that I didn't already have! That's why I was too upset to read the shampoo bottles. Princess: Give Dustinkins my best, though I know when it's all said and done he'll be first chair as always. I already got you a gift, and no it's not a robe! AM/Endora quote for the day: "Parents don't want their children to read fairy tales because they're too violent, but then they want to tell them the facts of life at 10! I feel so sorry for children coming up today. Have you seen the ones on Sunset Blvd? They look like they're right out of the pit."

Scott from Ohio


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Sunday, October 17, 1999

Endora, some night when it is raining, windy, and chilly, go spend some time behind the House of Seven Gables for me meditating over the waters of Salem harbor. Make sure it is around midnight! Ahh, I wish I was back there 'doing my thing'( buying antiques, shopping, getting lottery tickets from old 'battle axes', eating at the Gloucester House, eating at the Gloucester House, and eating at the Gloucester House! And did I mention eating at the Gloucester House?

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Saturday, October 16, 1999

Endora has officially arrived at Logan Airport and is now basking in the glory that is the Hawthorne Hotel. There is a little more to the mystery of the missing pictures - one has returned and we now know why that one was missing. It doesn't seem true of the other pictures, however. We will be getting to the bottom of the missing pictures tomorrow, according to an assistant manager. FYI, The Hawthorne does have a rather extensive collection of photographs in its scrapbook - if you saw all the other pictures, you may be impressed by the amount of space that Bewitched takes up in its area - most events are chronicled with a single picture. For some reason, I can't get Endora to believe that her room was once occupied by Agnes Moorehead, but then again, I can't get her to read the labels on shampoo bottles, either. My parting words for this evening - if you're bringing up luggage, please! only 5 passengers in the elevator.

Breen from London


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Saturday, October 16, 1999

Big Dave: Have a Happy Birthday.

Jeff H


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Saturday, October 16, 1999

Big Dave, HAPPY BIRTHDAY from me too!!!! Have a great one!!!!

Big Dave


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Saturday, October 16, 1999

Thanks everyone for the kind birthday wishes! Of course it's just about noon and I woke up about an hour ago. That's what I call starting a birthday right! I only wish I was like Broph, heading to the...airport (sniff!)...so..I could go...to SALEM! Well, now that I'm all choked up I'm leaving...(sniff!)I'm sure my birthday dinner will more than make up for it besides the shopping spree I'm going on with my parents! WOO-HOO!

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Saturday, October 16, 1999

Gotta make this short since I have to head out to the airport. Edwina - I saw the water promble on the news - hope it dries out soon! Chipper - good luck! I'm sure you'll do great! Big Dave - Happy, birthday, man! Everyone - I'm sure Endora will check in when she arrives.

Edwina
e.haselberger@worldnet.att.net


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Saturday, October 16, 1999

Rita: The curse on your computer has been reversed...(hee hee hee...) Someone turned the power off here for a while and we have water, water everywhere...{Thank you Irene}... The poor horses can't find dry land. Something about..... "They" did not empty the canals.... supposedly involved with environmental concerns...so for the next few...we will be rowing.... we are expecting more rain.. What joy! What Bliss! ....Truly Grateful! (BFE)

Edwina
e.haselberger@worldnet.att.net


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Saturday, October 16, 1999

The Princess: I hope you, Mr.Princess, and Chipper aren't worried about "tryouts". My dear... It is in the bag....(BFE)

Edwina
e.haselberger@worldnet.att.net


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Saturday, October 16, 1999

BIG DAVE: Happy Birthday!!! Oh Goodie another reason for an Earl Grey party....Many, Many Happy Returns Dave.... I hope you get all you want for your birthday and everyday...(BFE)

The Princess
myladybug@prodigy.net


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Saturday, October 16, 1999

Big Dave: Happy birthday! I hope your day is *magical* and that Mama takes you to the Olive Garden! Remember to drink your root beer out of a wine glass like my Chipper did on his birthday last week! Everyone: Chipper is having tryouts for regional orchestra (violin) tomorrow. Please send good thoughts his way!

Abner


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Friday, October 15, 1999

I just posted an autograph of the wonderful Sandra Gould on eBay if anyone might be interested. http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=182399916

Sam R
millsr@jothomas.com


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Friday, October 15, 1999

BIG DAVE: I know that it's early but I might not be able to access my computer this weekend. Someone has undoubtedly put a hex on it. I must ask Edwina for the Reverse-the-Curse Spell. I hope that your BIG day is truly special tomorrow. A BIG HAPPY BIRTHDAY to BIGhearted guy!

Endora
Endora@moorehead.com


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Friday, October 15, 1999

Please note the new email address. It is my new personal address. Julia.devlin@aspentech.com is also still valid for work. Big Dave: AM was married twice, and not much is known about her son except he grew up, moved out, and is apparently living life successfully and privately as an adult. AM adamantly would not discuss personal details about family, especially her son, w/reporters. Those who tried to press her anyway quickly found the interview terminated.

Big Dave


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Friday, October 15, 1999

Endora: I'm correct in saying that AM had a son? What has become of him? And how many times was AM married?

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Friday, October 15, 1999

AM quote for the day, about her father: "I think I learned of the happiness of being w/people from my father. He was so warm and outgoing. He did not believe in just being a Sunday morning preacher tothe congregation. No, he went to their homes frequently and invited them to ours. Even as a little girl I shared in the social activities of my parents. No one else had ever been in show business. But when I told my father at an early age I intended to start dancing lessons and enter training to be an actress he said, "If this is what gives you happiness, go ahead. What you learn is sure to give happiness to others." He was a very understanding minister, especially for the times."

Breen from London


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Thursday, October 14, 1999

There were four British actresses in the top 100, no British actors. Top woman was Emma Peel played by Diana Rigg, at 8. Edina Monsoon from Absolutley Fabulous played by Jennifer Saunders came 28th. Joan Collins playing Alexis Carrington was at 40, and Hellen Mirren playing Chief Inspector Jane Tennison was 45th.

Jeff H


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Thursday, October 14, 1999

Jenny, its great to see your post, its been awhile hasn't it??? (Jenny and I go way back to the "IT" and "PATSY" era of this board :( Everyone: I bought the TV Guide with confidence that both Samantha and Endora would be part of the top 50 TV Characters of all time. Boy am I mad. They aren't in it. Lucy was #3-she should be #1. Louie De Palma was rated #1-who's HE?? Who ever watches TAXI??? Ed Norton of the Honeymooners was #2 - wow, he was in, say, 36 episodes and he's in the #2 spot??? Urkel is #27-need I say more. Who rates this stuff??? Certainly not normal TV viewers like us...

Jenny


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Thursday, October 14, 1999

ENDORA: Great quote! Gotta love that Agnes, she was sublime. PRINCESS: The mother-in-law is still the same and DEFINETELY in a different witch category than Sam & Endora, Lol. ERIC: I can relate to how you feel about getting burned out on other boards (which is why I came home). Were kidding about Deluxcolor still being around? Wow and here I thought he went the way of R*pert. Has anyone heard if Erin had her little witch/warlock yet?

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Thursday, October 14, 1999

You're right Ling Ling, it's time for more AM/Endora quotes, here's one about prayer: "Oh," the people who think it's old fashioned or simply not with the times when, if ever there was a time to look for God's word, this is it! I know it's supposed to be fashionable to ignore Scriptures; even try to ignore God. But, from my own personal testimony, I can state that witnessing for Him is a joy that is timeless; the only job, perhaps, that is truly Eternal."

Fairy Godmother
m_nielsen@sunshine.net


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Thursday, October 14, 1999

I sure wish I could wave my fairy wand or twitch my nose and all the junk in this life would just fade away. Thanks to all of you for your kind witches and prayers. It all helps, I'm firing up my wand so it will have a lot of power to do good! Talk to you later. Fairy Godmother

Jeff H


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Thursday, October 14, 1999

Thanks Mark for all the info on Dick York!!!

Ling Ling


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Wednesday, October 13, 1999

Endora: What, no AM quotes?

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Wednesday, October 13, 1999

OK, found another page with Erin Murphy's picture on it - http://wings.buffalo.edu/academic/department/som/students/clubs/PSE/proj.htm taken at last year's World's Largest Disco - get this - a little over a month after Endora first met her in person (s'th'truth). Scroll down to see both pictures. Do it!

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Wednesday, October 13, 1999

Nick at Nite Calendar entry for 10/14/99: On this day in history, 1965: Uncle Arthur, the world's most fun loving warlock, makes his first appearance on BW. Paul Lynde, hilarious as always, makes 9 more appearances as Arthur until the show ends in 1972.

Mark


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Wednesday, October 13, 1999

Jeff H: I agree with you that Dick York did not look very well during his last few episodes. Actually, his real last episode was the one where Maurice changes him into a donkey titled "Daddy Does His Thing". He only appeared in the very beginning and the same shot from the same scene was used for the ending when Maurice changes him back. Sam & Darrin in Mexico City was filmed earlier in the season and was saved fot the last episode in the 5th season. Dick Sargent remade that episode in the 6th Season titled "Daddy Comed For A Visit & Darrin the Warlock. I think "Daddy Does His Thing was meant to be "Daddy Comes For A Visit" with 2 parts- but this never happened due to Dick York's collapse.

Sam R
martinz@infinet.net


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Tuesday, October 12, 1999

BREEN: I didn't realize it is your big, special day today...Many Happy Returns mate....hope it was a good one...EVERYBODY: I watched ET on October 7th, and they were doing a bit on Peter Lawford. I spotted Liz Montgomery's friend, Domminck Dunne chatting about Peter, he was defending him and all the JFK poop that goes after Peter as being set up as somewhat of a pimp. Most of us know that Peter guest starred on Bewitched and was a good friend of Liz and her husband, Bill Asher. I have no opinion on this subject as I know little of that sort of 'raking people over the coals because they are deceased' stuff.....In this weeks TV Guide Canadian version, they were spotlighting Paul Lynde in "34 years ago today." One thing struck me as I read it was they said, and I quote, 'Though it was never suggested that Arthur had been married, in one 1969 episode it was revealed that Samantha's cousin, Henry, was his son.' 'Witch' reminds me SCH, thanks for the note and what do you have to say about this....?

Jeff H


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Tuesday, October 12, 1999

Hi everyone: I hate to bring this subject up because Skip and I got really chewed-out when we mentioned this subject about Alice Pierce a few years ago... anyway..I watched the SGN Bewitched today, one of Dick York's last episodes and I never noticed it before but he really does look terrible. It looks like he lost a lot of weight and he just doesn't look well. Does anyone else agree or is it my imagination because I know he collapsed a few weeks later. Skip, what do you think???

Sue L.


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Tuesday, October 12, 1999

oops it is our not oour. I can't even type today. Where are my manners. I have 2 family members bron on 4/15- my cousin & my sister-in-law. Interesting. I was 7 on the day that Tabatha was born. Is that old or what! Name any other BW stars birthdays & I will tell you if anyone has the same day. I found two other people that have the same name as me- same middle name. Is that weird. They don't have same SSN or birthdate. I have never had trouble because of that either.

Sue L.


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Tuesday, October 12, 1999

Oops sorry Broph, I mean Happy Birthday Breen! Happy happy1 My little boy was 6 on the 11th. He is ADD/ADHD w/ non severe learning delay. He flies around the room if he is not on meds. Yes, we should get him a broom -he is brunette like Adam & oour 10 yr old is blond like Tabatha. But our almost 8 yr old is also blond like Bamm Bamm Rubble.

Sue L.


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Tuesday, October 12, 1999

Big Dave, I found the Boyce & Hart CD but had to special order it-I think it was last summer-1998. My 10 yr old loves the song by "Serena". I did not know that Tommy Boyce died. Where was I? I only had one song of theirs and tried to find this CD for a long time. Was it luck? I have Serena Stops the Show on tape. It will be there always. I love the song. Serena is a bit kooky and EM plays her that way. She sings well. It is like me too. I sing but am not a singer. I could go as Serena to a Halloween party! Happy birthday, Broph!

Breen from London


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Tuesday, October 12, 1999

To all those below, thank you very much. I am honoured.

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Tuesday, October 12, 1999

Breen: You were born on National Coming Out Day! Guess you took the "coming out" part literally huh? Happy Birthday my postcard sending friend, and be warned, there are lots of great postcards in Salem (none w/women as cute as AM though....sorry!)

Jeff H
JeffreyH1@msn.com


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Monday, October 11, 1999

Hi Everyone, I finally settled down here in Phoenix so please update my e-mail address in your address books. Thanks! Breen, HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Endora: If you are in Salem this week, we want DAILY updates of your trip or you'll be sorry :) (Do you like mortal threats??!!!) I watched the SGN episode of Bewitched today. It's kind of a cleaver episode, Samantha weighing 500 pounds and then floating. I just wish Dick Sargent's Darrin would have shown more love and compassion towards Sam. I couldn't help but think of how Dick York's Darrin would have immediately loved, understood and defended her when she wasn't feeling well. Dick Sargent acted like, well, an awkward wooden stick.

Lucy
elbourne@email.unc.edu


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Monday, October 11, 1999

I'm not sure if anyone has already mentioned this, but Bewitched appears in this week's TV Guide. I'm not sure exactly what there is, as I the line in Walmart moved too fast and I wasn't going to buy it :o), but there was some article on actor changes, with pictures of both DY and DS. There was also a list of the best TV characters, so Samantha may also have appeared in that.

Big Dave


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Monday, October 11, 1999

Cutie: Count me out! Everyone: First of all I must give TV guide some kudos for using two rather large pictures of Samantha and her different hubbies in an article that is not exclusively about BW but I think they are in the wrong for not including ANY of the characters from BW in their list of the 50 greatest characters ever! And especially with Louie Dipalma (Taxi) being the number one character out of the ones they choose! Endora, Samantha, Aunt Clara, or even Mrs. Kravitz should've been included. I suppose I should be writing to them instead of complaining on the board.

Cutie
Goomba9000@aol.com


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Monday, October 11, 1999

Hey! how many pepole are girls

Edwina
e.haselberger@worldnet.att.net


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Monday, October 11, 1999

Breen: Another Great reason to have an Earl Grey party Oh Goodie! !!!Happy Birthday!!! I Hope you had a really Great Day! To My Canadian Buds... Happy Thanksgiving! (BFE)

Lucy
elbourne@email.unc.edu


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Monday, October 11, 1999

Although my good old British accent is fading fast, let me say: Happy Birthday Breen, you old bean! Pip pip, cheerio and all that sort of nonsense!

Big Dave


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Monday, October 11, 1999

Breen: Happy freakin' Birthday!! Of course you know that anyone who is anyone is a Libra.

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Monday, October 11, 1999

Breen - I can't do an English accent like The Princess, but I do hope you have a happy birthday anyway.

The Princess
myladybug@prodigy.net


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Monday, October 11, 1999

Breen: Happy birthday! I hope you have a bloody great day! Would you like a spo' o' tea?

Big Dave


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Sunday, October 10, 1999

For all of you like Serena and I that enjoy the music of Boyce & Hart I found a little something on them at this website= http://www.stagemom.com/djbh/boycehart.html. I also found on amazon.com that one can purchase an album entitled "The Songs of Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart". You can also listen to 30 second clips of "I Wonder What She's Doing Tonite" and "I'll Blow You a Kiss in the Wind". I wonder if they list Serena as the writer of the song?

Scott from Ohio


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Sunday, October 10, 1999

It sure is quiet here. Maybe someone needs to stir up something???

MICHELLE
LIEBOEN@NWONLINE.NET


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Saturday, October 9, 1999

CAN ANYONE TELL ME WHERE TO FIND A PATTERN FOR SAMANTHA'S FLYING COSTUME??? PLEASE EMAIL ME ASAP!!!! THANKS!!! THIS IS FOR A HALLOWEEN PARTY FOR CHILDREN...

SCOTT
rangerz@otbnet.com


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Saturday, October 9, 1999

Upcoming personal appearances of **SCH** !!!!!!!! You can spot him Mon, Wed, & Thur. evenings at the Olney Central College.....Tue, Wed, & Fri. DAYS at the Olney Central College. Also fly by when he is working at Burgin Manor; Fri, Sat, Sun. 3 to 11pm. Other times to see **SCH** would be when he is sleeping, eating, or studying, which is the time leftover when he is not at one of his prior scheduled appearances! Oh, and IF anyone does see him, please let him know that "SCOTT Loves Him"! Thanks! :)

SCOTT


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Saturday, October 9, 1999


Sue L.


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Friday, October 8, 1999

Has Erin posted? Is she at the same email? She does not have her web page that she had before for the fan club. I sent her email and hope she gets it. Let me know. Thanks!

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Friday, October 8, 1999

Upcoming personal appearance by Kasey Rogers - Sat & Sun Nov. 20-21, Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel from Creation Conventions (it's mostly Star Trek people, but others including Yvonne Craig, Gil Gerard and Erin Gray will be there). For more details, check out this page: http://www.creationent.com/calendar.html (you'll have to scroll down or do a text search for "Kasey" to find the right part).

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Thursday, October 7, 1999

Warlock: AM died on April 30, 1974 of lung cancer. A lifelong non smoker/drinker (also only drank decaffinated coffee) it is believed her cancer was caused by a film she made in the fifties called "The Conquerer". It was filmed in Utah on a nuclear test site, and sand from the site was actually then brought back to Hollywood to lend continuity to scenes filmed at the studio. 91 of the 200 people connected w/this film ended up developing and dying of terminal cancer, including Susan Hayward, Dick Powell, and John Wayne.

Warlock


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Thursday, October 7, 1999

Anybody know when and how Agnes Moorehead and David died? They did not mention them in the E! special or the Entertainment Tonight one.

Big Dave


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Thursday, October 7, 1999

Ling Ling: I can't remember where I read it but someone said that the doll you saw IS the Ideal Samantha doll. Everyone: Since my broom has reached it's 500,000 mile checkup prohibiting me and my sister to go to Salem for the little get together of the Bewitched Board coven, let me share this with those of you still planning to go but haven't made reservations: http://expedia.msn.com/daily/travnews/october1999/october01-99salemPTT.asp It lists the hotels in the area and the fun things that are going to happen plus books related to the witch trials. I have read 'A Break with Charity' and it was quite good. It made me see what a louse the Reverend Samuel Parris was.

Ling Ling


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Thursday, October 7, 1999

I was watching a Gidget video last night (O.K., you can stop moaning now), and could have SWORN I saw the Ideal Samantha doll on her dresser - with the broom and everything. Also, there were the same sugar and creamer that Sam and Darrin use in the kitchen, only in the Gidget show it was green instead of pink. But then William Asher was the director for Gidget, so why does it surprise me? Endora: I'm jealous. One of these days I'll fly up to Boston - hope you're there when I do!

Broph
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Thursday, October 7, 1999

Edwina - good to see that you're able to get onto the board again. In between things I've been trying to think of what else would be keeping you off, but I couldn't come up with anything new! Let me know if the promble resurfaces, though. Endora - addition to the e-mail - do you realize that you'll be in SALEM for Halloween?! It's a Sunday, so that means it's a school night, but still! Speaking of Salem, tonight's activity is an art gallery opening next to City Hall (the gallery is only open 'til Halloween - there are several such galleries in Salem every October). Sue L - check out my posts on October 4 regarding Erin and her new baby. And in other news - this month mark's Scooby Doo's 30th birthday. And can I ask - what is with the scarves that Daphne and Fred wear?

Endora
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Thursday, October 7, 1999

Woo hoo, I may be going to Boston for a month starting the week after my vacation, they want me to do a temp assignment in the Corporate office. Details to follow......

Uncle Enchantra


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Thursday, October 7, 1999

~~~~~~ BiographyElizabeth Montgomery: A Touch of Magic60 minutes 1999 Profile of Elizabeth Montgomery includes rare, candid photos and clips from her most memorable episodes. Thu Oct 21 08:00P A&E - Arts & Entertainment Fri Oct 22 12:00A A&E - Arts & Entertainment

Sue L.


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Wednesday, October 6, 1999

Ling Ling, thanks so much! I like this board. Endora, where did you get the Al Hine Bewitched book. I have the cookbook & the 2nd Bewitched I gave the first one away. I have some fan club club stuff. I have not got any updates on the fan club from Erin. Where is she? Is she pregnant with another baby?

Sam R
martin@infinet.net


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Wednesday, October 6, 1999

EDWINA: Hooray!! You go Girl!! This is so funny to me. I have spent the last hour trying to post about Edwina and 'Voila', nothing happened...so here I am with this not so small post not going anywhere, so I wrote it all out in freehand so I could try and post it again. It was like casting a spell that just didn't happen. Well to heck with it, I am going to post the whole thing again anyway, even if it is suddenly old news. Hip Hip Hooray again!!! Here goes....EVERYBODY: Our muched beloved Bewitched family member, Edwina, is still unable to post due to unknown sources, it had better not be from some misguided witch or warlock...no matter what she tries she still cannot get on the Board, and it is grieving her so. She said that she is beginning to feel like earthbound Aunt Clara. I told her that she was in excellent company if she were sharing this temporary state with Samantha's favorite aunt... but still, let us all gather our individual powers together and 'reverse this curse!' She says 'Hey' to everyone and wishes she could connect with her Bewitched Buds...I think she would be most pleased to be able to hear from her Bud's, in other words, if Edwina can't come to the Board for whatever reason, than why not that the Board come to her??!! Her email is e.haselberger@worldnet.att.net I think that it would mean alot to her. ENDORA: I shake my head. You do have such a gift in expressing yourself. Your insight in consistantly amazing. As to why Kasey Rogers was not on the Bewitched ET show is good question. Perhaps Victor should be consulted. He might have some insights. Now, as you are composing a letter to ET as your righteous anger is surfacing, coincidently a storm is brewing over here, or is it a coincidence? hmmmmm....I myself am going to run for cover. (you can be so acid) Just keep it separate from the upcoming rainstorm.... That's it. Great and wonderful to have you back Edwina. Thanks all. Good night...

Edwina
e.haselberger@worldnet.att.net


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Wednesday, October 6, 1999

Hello Everyone! I have missed you ALL terribly.....I don’t know who or what happened. It seems for an eternity, I was unable to get to the board....the page would download for a second or two and then it was gone.... I felt so cut off from life...Brophy: Thank you for all of your suggestions, and patience with me. I mentioned to Sam R without Bewitched (a terrible nightmare)I would never have met some wonderful people... As goofy as it sounds I felt banished, and all alone. (Life without Bewitched isn't.) I have a lot of reading to catch up... I don’t even know how long I was unable to visit and post on the board. What a nightmare.... I am so grateful I finally 'woke up'... Phew! now that I can post I am not sure what to say first ...LOL... Before I forget Chipper: Happy Birthday!!!! Chipper I hope now that you are a teenager...you keep with tradition... Not everything adults say is "So".... remember you are an adult now....well... thirteen isn't a kid anymore and at that you can say "So"...... what's my point you ask? Oh, I don't know.... I just wanted to wish you a Happy Birthday.... and I hope you get everything you want... you do know what happened to the guy that got everything he wanted right????? He lived happily ever after... Happy Birthday! I had an Earl Grey toast in your honor with Ling Ling... Stay your Bewitching self Chipper....Many happy returns... Oh I feel as if I have come back to life! Hurray! Hugs to everyone...I know that I will be posting again very soon....as soon as I think of what to say first....sorry to be so self centered in this post. It is so good to see you all again... I was told about the Bewitched Special... tried to tape it and ended up with Howard Stern on tape LOL... he is alright sometimes but not when you are expecting to see something about Bewitched.... I was telling Sam R earlier I was thinking about changing my name with all the very odd things happening to me lately... to Aunt Clara....LOL I am sure that things will change for the better for me now.... Sam R: Thanks for telling the folks about my dilemma. You are a good friend. You are all good friends! Oh! I hope this posts... (BFE)

**SCH**
rangerz@otbnet.com


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Wednesday, October 6, 1999

*H*A*P*P*Y***B*I*R*T*H*D*A*Y***C*H*I*P*P*E*R!!! Sorry I'm late......! Hope it was "Scooby-Doo 'riffic!!! :)

Mark


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Wednesday, October 6, 1999

I was watching a show from the Disney Channel called Halloweentown with my daughter Samantha. Debbie Renyolds played a witch called Grandma Aggie who was trying to convince her daughter who was a witch to use her powers. The daughter refused and did not want Grandma to influence the grandchildren either. Sound familiar? I thought the similarities to you know what were amazing especially since Debbie Renyolds was a friend of AM. I didn't watch to see how everything turned out.

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Wednesday, October 6, 1999

Well I watched the ET special last night. It was so sad. I cried my eyes out. Then I dreamed of EM last night and when I woke up this morning, I cried some more. When DY said "Now I'm in your heart." I started boohooing pretty well, and when DS was talking about how there were people who wouldn't associate w/him after he came out I cried harder (yes it's true those people are not really your friends and you're better off w/o them, but trust me, that doesn't stop it from hurting A LOT when it happens), and when Bill Asher (Sr) teared up over EM I actually had to stop the tape. I almost couldn't watch the rest at that point. I also have to say my admiration for DY increased tenfold. Here was someone who didn't have anything (literally) but a bed and a phone, and he still worked tirelessly to help those who didn't even have that! To misquote a line from the movie Sadie McKee: "There's a whole lot of us with a whole lot more who do a whole lot less." Also, if Erin weren't such a sweet, kind and wonderful person, I'd really resent the fact that even after having four children she is drop dead thin and gorgeous! It was good to see SG one last time as well; plus Alice Ghostley looked like she was feeling better than when she did the E! Special. I loved the way she would laugh when she spoke about Paul Lynde. Does anyone know why Kasey wasn't included in the cast interviews? Now, about the lack of AM info. I got the impression ET was using tapes of interviews they had done w/DY, DS and EM and that no such tape existed of AM. Ok, that I understand. HOWEVER, they could have ASKED some of the interviewees about her (especially Bernard Fox, who taught at her school). I also didn't like them lumping her in w/those who didn't appear regularly. No AM wasn't in every show but she (and David White), were stars of the show, right along w/EM, DY and DS. AM was part of the core three (later core four as DW was utilized more) and as such deserves far more recognition than she's been getting in these retrospectives. Same for DW. Later today I'll be composing a letter to ET on the subject. Frankly, I was too sad to be mad at first, but I'm starting to ease up toward mad now.....

Sam R
martinz@infinet.net


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Tuesday, October 5, 1999

CHIPPER: Many Happy Returns young man, on your special day.....

Uncle Enchantra


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Tuesday, October 5, 1999

Endora-Your email address is not working write now. Just want to thank you for the article.

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Tuesday, October 5, 1999

I just typed out the "Beauty Secrets from the Bible" article by AM and sent a copy to everyone on here whose email addresses I had. If anyone didn't get one and wants one, email me and I'll be happy to forward it. It's too long to post on the board!

Lucy
elbourne@email.unc.edu


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Tuesday, October 5, 1999

I think it may have already been said but... HAPPY BIRTHDAY CHIPPER!!

Tifanie


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Tuesday, October 5, 1999

Happy birthday Chipper. I hope it's a good one!




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Tuesday, October 5, 1999

Endora I just zapped your new headshot via witch mail. Tell me how you LOVE it!!! Ta Sis.. Happy B-Day Chipper and thank you!!

Endora
julia.devlin@apsentech.com


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Tuesday, October 5, 1999

Chipper: Happy damn Birthday! (I've come on here to post Birthday greetings 3 times and I keep getting sidetracked w/AM issues!)

Big Dave


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Tuesday, October 5, 1999

Chipper: ~Happy Birthday to You...Happy Birthday to You...Happy Birthday dear Chipper....Happy Birthday to YOU!~ Endora: Good gracious, I though I had a lot of stuff. Before I moved to Maryland my room was a shrine to Paula Abdul (I think I've mentioned my love for her previously). If I had known about the resources available to purchase BW merchandise my energies and money would've been focused there. I want to know where you got that 11 x 17 picture. I always thought that some poster company ought to make big posters of some of the classic BW pictures, like that of EM, DY, and AM with the floating phone, Endora playing cards with the raven nearby, etc...

Uncle Enchantra


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Tuesday, October 5, 1999

WOW..I will send you the photo.

Breen from London


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Tuesday, October 5, 1999

To Chipper: Happy Birthday.

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Tuesday, October 5, 1999

P.S. Just to clarify: the AM wall is in my home office, the big AM picture is in my AspenTech office.

Endora


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Tuesday, October 5, 1999

Uncle Enchantra: I'm not ignoring you now. Send me the headshot and I'll answer all your questions. Re the autographs: Actually both AM autographs I have are on the bottom of a picture of her, but I would suggest you put the scrap of paper autographs inside of a frame with the picture of the person who signed it. I just frame all my pictures and hang them throughout my house, but the AM wall is in my office because it has the best display area. As for the rest of the collection...whew! Along w/photos I have lots of newspaper articles that I keep in a scrapbook, and magazines that feature interviews etc that I also keep around. I have a big 11 X 17 black and white of Endora that hangs in my office. I also have a Don Juan in Hell (2nd cast) poster, and records (vinyl) of Don Juan in Hell, The Lavender Lady show (thank you Ling Ling), and AM reciting the poem "Barbara Fritchie". I have too many radio show tapes and CD's to count, but I do have an AM radio show tribute cassette set that includes four shows which starred her (including Sorry Wrong Number) and has a special cover on it that shows her performing SWN. I also have her biography, and several books (like "Good Dames") that feature sections on her. I have tons of videos too. Oh yea, and I have a Dear Dead Delilah Movie poster which I haven't hung up because she's not on it, but which I bought anyway because I LOVE that movie (AM hated it BTW). I also have "The Bewitched Book" and it's sequel, Kasey Rogers Cookbook, The Bewitched Book by Al Hine, The Opposite Uncle book, all the comics, a TV set necklace and earrings that shows Endora, Sam and Dumbo, a tee shirt that says "And Agnes Moorehead as Endora" a Redd Kross concert tee w/her picture, a cartoon Samatha necklace and pin, the Stymie Card game, the first Bewitched Story Book, The Bewitched Fun and Activity Book, a Bewitched in Salem tee, several magnets and a checkbook cover. Oh yea, and an empty bank account (LOL).

Uncle Enchantra


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Tuesday, October 5, 1999

O.K. Endora's ignoring me! That's OK, I was going to offer her a copy of AM as Endora's headshot, but forget it....

Mark


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Tuesday, October 5, 1999

Endora: ET did say that EM was not happy foth SG portrayal of Gladys Kravitz. I think it was said awhile ago and I don't know what the purpose of it was. AM got seconds, not minutes in this special. ET spoke of her dislkie of the Darrin change and I remember reading somewhere that you should not tamper with perfection. Larry Tate was not even mentioned. You will be very displeased of the ET special from a AM perspective.

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Tuesday, October 5, 1999

Ling Ling: How right you are! Sue L: I am sorry to hear you had a set back, but don't worry, you've got a caring supportive group here. I need to check and see if the ET special came out on my tape, but if it did, after I watch it tonight (yes tonight so those who ignored AM may want to begin defense preparations now) I'll be happy to forward it to you. I can't remember who posted this but maybe some of you who've seen the special can clarify? Did they really run something saying EM didn't like the way SG played Gladys? Don't you think that was rather cruel considering SG had just died? What was the purpose of it?

Ling Ling


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Tuesday, October 5, 1999

Uncle Enchantra: If Endora had a "heatshot" of AM as Endora, we'd all have heard about it by now!!! Endora: Am I right? I want to see your AM wall, too, BTW. HAPPY BIRTHDAY CHIPPER!

Sue L.


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Tuesday, October 5, 1999

I saw the E! & A & E special, plus John Tesh's on Liz & Robert Foxworth-1992. I missed the 10/2 special on ET. I would have liked to see it. I would like Sam around here to help heal me. Or I wish I could have magical powers to heal me. I had a setback. But then it may be 3 more mos until I am better.

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Tuesday, October 5, 1999

Uncle Enchantra - my fault - I forgot to mention the Collector's Show as it was coming up. I thought I had posted about it before, but couldn't find any recent mention. Esmerelda - ET in the US is "Entertainment Tonight" - they do a nightly show during the week, then a weekend "magazine" show (I don't watch the show much myself, though they do have some good interviews). Chipper - happy birthday to you, man, as you enter those wonder years. Try to take it easy on the Princess, though!

Esmerelda
YOO HOO ESMERELDA ~~~~~~{{@


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Monday, October 4, 1999

Hello PEOPLE OF THE BEWITCHED BOARD, I just heard that Bewitcched / Elizabeth Montgomery with be on ET, Well we have ET in AUSTRALIA, but I think Its different. Is the special on the program or the ET channel or ???

Scott from Ohio


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Monday, October 4, 1999

Endora, I want to see your AM wall, too. Happy Birthday to Chipper. Here's to a job well done by the Princess and her Mister. Bottoms up everyone...

Mark


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Monday, October 4, 1999

Taped the ET special-watched it last night. VERY SAD AND DEPRESSING. Dick Sargent got allot of coverage. The special focused on the last days of EM, DS & DY- which was very sad. The show did not tell me anything I did not know already- except that EM did not like Sandra Gould's Gladys Kravitz. I already know that AM was not fond of the Darrin change. She once said that you should not tamper with perfection (meaning the trio of EM,DY & herself)I'm sure Endora will correct me if I am wrong. I dod think that it was cool that they used the actual 1164 as the backdrop for most of the special. I love that house the way the exterior looked on BW. BTW Adam Jones of Vic's BW Page has updated the exterior shots of 1164. There are hundreds more, taken from every angle possible-check it out. Well it makes me happy that others are finally talking about BW (A&E, E! and ET) Before those, there was no talk of EM or BW in this way at all.

Mark


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Monday, October 4, 1999


Mark


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Monday, October 4, 1999


Uncle Enchantra


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Monday, October 4, 1999

Endora, I'd love to see your wall!! You should scan a photo or take a digital photo and email it to me. I need ideas and would love to see all the AM photos. I just got an AM glossy from eBay. It's black and white and is a heatshot of AM as Endora. Do you have that one? Some of my autographs are on cocktail napkins and scraps of paper. Should I mat them with the approprate glossy in different frames in an orderly fashion or make a HUGE shadow box with all the autographs and glossies, mixing autographed photos, scraps of paper and plain photos? HELP! Signed, One Stumped Warlock

Uncle Enchantra


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Monday, October 4, 1999

Broph, thank's sooooo much for that website. I lost it along the line. And, why didn't anyone tell me about this "collectors" convention!!!

Big Dave


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Monday, October 4, 1999

Will somebody please tell me what happened in the last segment of the ET special? I timer recorded it and as always my clock is not set right. Personally, I thought that the special was much better than the E! True Hollywood Story. I enjoyed the interviews with EM which I had never seen before, and the home video of between tapings of Tabatha. Again AM was ignored, and I really can't understand why. If they want to talk tragic deaths shouldn't hers have been included? If I am correct she died of cancer which is believed to have been caused by her exposure to the fallout in Southern Utah... On a lighter note seeing "Tabitha's Cranky Spell" for the first time this past week was a thrill. I thought EM looked especially beautiful throughout the whole episode and I was just tickled by all the magic Tabatha did. I also enjoy when BW would include things related to "real" magic such as crystal balls, and ouija boards, and seances. I personally don't condone those things but I am aware of their existence and that some people use them. I enjoy their use on the show because we all know Samantha and the other witches can produce the same effects w/o the use of mortal contraptions and ideas such as those.

Endora
Julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Monday, October 4, 1999

Uncle Enchantra: You should take a lesson from your other half. The topic of Endora is ALWAYS welcome, and when you get tired of discussing her, there's the even more interesting topic of AM! BTW, I already have an AM wall. The only none AM person on there is EM because someone gave me an AM photo that had EM in it as well, and it was such a good picture I broke my own rule and put it on the wall anyway. I only collect pictures of AM by herself incidentally.

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Monday, October 4, 1999

Uncle Enchantra - I keep that site bookmarked, though there hasn't been any change in it in over a year: http://www.freeyellow.com/members3/bewitched/index.html . BTW, this past weekend was the Hollywood Collectors Show where Kasey Rogers and Bernard Fox appeared.

Uncle Enchantra


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Monday, October 4, 1999

Endora, I to am addicted to Bewitched items on eBay! I am sorry, but I believe I bid against you on that mag! I already recieved some autographed glossies of the cast which cost a pretty penny. Plus lots of stills from different episodes. I lay them all out in my living room and just admire them, then my other half gets home and makes me put them away!! All he cares about is Endora. ENDORA THIS AND ENDORA THAT!!! I want to make a huge Bewitched wall hanging of some sort. Any ideas? Also, everyone was sooooo into the ET show that nobody answered my question about a Bewitched Convention. There was a website and mailing list, which I can't find now. Does anyone know anything about it.

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Monday, October 4, 1999

Still haven't watched the special, I didn't have time and I'm afraid to (I have PMS right now and if I watch a BW show where AM is neglected there will be a body count afterwards). I also just won a magazine on ebay that has an article written by AM called "Beauty Secrets from the Bible". I can't wait to read it. AM Trivia: AM's favorite book of the Bible was Proverbs. She did a recording of the Psalms called (of course) "The Psalms of David". It went gold. AM quote for the day: "When I was a little girl I was always into something naughty."

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Monday, October 4, 1999

I don't have the details, but Erin recently visited a radio station (where? I don't know - just found the site). They have 2 pictures of her with a DJ - http://www.lexandterry.com/lexandterry/photos_tabitha.html

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Monday, October 4, 1999

Big Dave and Heather Ann - sorry to hear you won't be making it to Salem this year. I'm sure Endora will keep you informed of the events of the year. SCH and Uncle Enchantra - good to see you "on board" again (couldn't resist). OK - ET - in Boston the showing was delayed by 1 hr 45 mins, which meant that I only ended up taping the first 15 minutes! Bummer! I should have left the VCR on EP, but I didn't think it would be delayed any more than 30 mins because of the game running over. The local station just HAD to hold an extra show around midnight discussing the local teams' standings (OK, so the Red Sox are in the playoffs, but do we really need to discuss this at midnight - who's watching who cares?). So what news did ET reveal in the first 15 mins? Erin Murphy has remarried and has given birth to her 4th child. They didn't say if it was a boy or a girl, but they did show a picture with her, her new husband and the baby - two words - blue blanket. Congratulations on both counts Erin!


jfdutch@yahoo.com


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Monday, October 4, 1999

What episode was it that monkeys were conjured up (by whom I don't remember) and Darren (Dick Sargent) was totally through. The end of the episode, Darren exasperated, says to Sam something to the effect that he is tired of having monkeys in his house, and Sam's line was, "well it is better than having monkeys on your back." Thanks to anyone who gets back to me.

Lucy
elbourne@email.unc.edu


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Monday, October 4, 1999

Endora: I guessed you hadn't seen the show yet, as no storm clouds are gathering outside! Yes, I have to agree with everyone: they almost ignored Agnes Moorehead completely: I kept being distracted (much to my displeasure!) while the show was on, but it seemed to me that Endora was hardly mentioned at all. This was probably because they had nothing scandalous or amazing to report. It seemed to me that the people who got the most coverage were those who had had past interviews with ET, so their old archives were used. I don't think David White or Kasey Rogers even got a mention. But what they did mention was done very well... the interviews with DY and DS were really touching. It was good to see them both appear so positive and full of life, even though they knew they were very ill. This is the first time that I have seen one these ET programs (in fact any program on Bewitched), and I know that I have seen comments that they are nothing more than muck rakers. But I think that this show was done very well, apart from the glaring omissions. And the constant music in the background was a bit irritating!

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Sunday, October 3, 1999

ET special isn't on here until tonight. I'll see it tomorrow. I'm already disappointed though w/everyone commenting on yet again AM's contributions being ignored. I'll say nothing more until I've seen it for myself though.

Sam R
martinz@infinet.net


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Sunday, October 3, 1999

Just one more note about ET's retrospect of BW...I have to bow to DS's honest candor and honesty about how he faced his coming out of his sexuality and how he faced his coming out of his cancer. He I think, was very couragous in many ways, and I respect very much how he handled all that he had to cope with. It must not have been easy to do that... I have 'bitched' alot in the past as how I felt that his interpretation of 'Derweed' was inadaquate but I have much respect for him as a person who did the best that he could for what he was handed in what must have been a hard deal of cards to have been dealt. That must have been the toughest role of all, in all so many ways. He made peace with his fate...I wonder if Elizabeth took that in as well, and looked at DS, DY, AM, AL, as examples to help her accept her own demise....just a thought, I would like to think that she drew strength from her friend's courage....

@aloss4Larry


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Sunday, October 3, 1999

I wish they had spent more time on Endora, I agree with the above guys that she was really the "back bone." But what happenned to Larry Tate?, there was nothing said.

Sam R
martinz@infinet.net


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Sunday, October 3, 1999

Well I just finished watching the ET profile on Bewitched a short time ago. I liked it very much for the most part. I found all the people who knew Liz to be very considerate and thoughtful, especially Bill Asher, Willie Asher Jr., Robert Foxworth, Rebecca Asher....I was glad to see for the first time that interviews with EM were shown witch I found most candid and she was open and honest. Good show ET. What did dismay me though was that yet again Agnes Moorehead was pretty much ignored as well as her talents. My better half's exact quote as the show was over, " Endora ruled!!! How could they ignore her like that? She was the back bone of that show. How could they....? When I watched that show it was Endora that made me laugh and made me think...." End of quote.... I too feel the same. It was a good tribute in many ways but AM was sadly ignored for the most part. I am now going to go watch it again curled up in the BW t-shirt that Endora so graciously sent me and ponder this 'not so slight transgression.' Good night all...

Tifanie


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Saturday, October 2, 1999

What channel is ET on? What major network? Is it FOX or CBS? Please help me. Respond quickly!

Lucy
elbourne@email.unc.edu


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Saturday, October 2, 1999

Thanks for your help everyone! I've checked and it is on here at 11:30pm tomorrow, so I have another 24 hours to wait! As a poor little English girl I haven't yet grasped the full concept of syndication and things being on at different times! I assumed that because it was on NBC it would be on at the same time nationally (this is when I get frantic messages telling me I've got the wrong channel!).

Argo's Friend


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Saturday, October 2, 1999

The Entertainment Tonight weekend version is on at different times all weekend. Being syndicated, it's on some places on Saturday, others on Sunday, and at different times. Check your local listings. It just played here, Arizona, at 6:00p.m. THE WHOLE HOUR SHOW WAS DEVOTED TO "BEWITCHED, THE UNTOLD STORY." You can go to their website at www.etonline.com and vote for your favorite episode, and leave messages for three of the stars.

TITUBA
tichwitch@worldnet.att.net


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Saturday, October 2, 1999

Uncle Enchantra....it is good to see you around! Hello all....isn't is wonderful the witching season is here!!!! My broom has been on an all time high the last two days! Yes Endora...we will PARTY!

LARRY TATE
MCCARTNEY_T_A@YAHOO.COM


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Saturday, October 2, 1999

YES LUCY the ET SPECIAL IS ON sat. oct.2 the time will be different depending on one's location, ET is a syndicated not a network show.i already have seen it on a wild satellite feed,it was excellent & very touching ,honest & forthwrite, fair & balanced , but not tabloid or trashy.there was more on AGNES MOOREHEAD with some interesting new anecdotes but there still could have been more on her as there could have been more on everyone on bewitched in front of & behind the camera,to do it right you would have to do a 7 hr. miniseries biography on bewitched, thats how much wonderful & interesting information there is on the show.the special was not sad or negative & focused on everyone in thier prime during the making of bewitched.there were some errors such as liz & gig young being married 4.5 years when it was 6.5 years, & liz co-starring with dean martin in johnny cool which of course is not the case.

Lucy
elbourne@email.unc.edu


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Saturday, October 2, 1999

Is everyone sure that the ET program is on tonight (Saturday)? What time? I see it scheduled as tomorrow at 11:30pm ish.

Argo's Friend


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Saturday, October 2, 1999

I saw the story about Betwitched tonight, on Entertainment Tonight. They announced that this weekend, on the hour long version of the show, they are going to have a follow-up story. However, be warned that it looks very sad, because they talk about, and show the actors, in their declining years, with the many illness which plagued them, including Elizabeth's cancer. If you want to find out more, you can go to their website, www.etonline.com, and do a search on Betwitched and/or E.M.

Argo's Friend


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Friday, October 1, 1999

Tonight (10/1) on Entertainment Tonight, there is a story about Elizabeth M. and Betwitched. I copied the blurb from their website (www.etonline.com), because it's hard to find stuff at their site (see below). Taken from their site: "Plus... They're the untold stories from the set of "Bewitched!" Find out how ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY's connection to the Kennedy's almost jeopardized the taping of the pilot episode!"

Uncle Enchantra


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Friday, October 1, 1999

Hey Tit, Endora, Big Dave and the rest... I haven't posted but I have been reading of your escapades!! Does anyone know about the Bewitched Convention which is supposed to take place in LA this year or next. There was a mailing list floating around last year.

Ling Ling


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Friday, October 1, 1999

Scott From Ohio: The reason why we all (yes, ALL!) love Endora so much is BECAUSE she's so...Endora. The board wouldn't be the same without her! And yes, Happy October everyone! I can't believe it's here...

Scott from Ohio


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Friday, October 1, 1999

Ok! Ok! I'm the first...HAPPY OCTOBER EVERYONE! Whew!

LARRY TATE
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Thursday, September 30, 1999

first of all thank you SAM R for your kind words ,i think the ET perspective will be very positive, as they always hype the shows with tabloid promos to get everyones interest , with the show itself being somewhat tame & positve as was the case in the E true hollywood stories.you should be able to find ET SOMEWHERE in canada, it's on kiro from seattle in the lower mainland area in b.c..needless to say i intended to say AM WAS HER USUAL SUPERB & LOVELY SELF IN THE 8TH SEASON.I HOPE I DON'T WAKE UP ON FRI. AS 130LB ARTICHOKE.i hope jorgen's treatment go's well & that he keeps his spirit's up ,hope & a positve attitude is the best medicine.

Sam R
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Thursday, September 30, 1999

LARRY TATE: I thank you for your input on the upcoming ET BW perspective. I hope that I will be able to find it on Canadian listings. I sincerely hope that they do not crucify anybody. So many are gone and cannot speak for themselves. I hope that it is an honorable undertaking and that there is more information devoted to Agnes Moorehead. (EM naturally as well) On a different note, my stepfather Jorgen is currently undergoing radiation treatments and is feeling fine. Stay 'Bewitching' everyone. Nice to see you again SCH !

LARRY TATE
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Thursday, September 30, 1999

just letting you know that entertainment tonight will do a small piece on bewitched on thier regular 30min. show on oct.1 ,in thier promo they talk about telling the true untold story of bewitched,secrets about elizabeth montgomery stories about things that happened on the set ,DY ending up broke ,& how ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY'S CLOSE PERSONAL friendship with JOHN KENNEDY ALMOST CAUSED stopped the pilot of bewitched from being made when he was killed.this will lead into the 1 hr. weekend show on sat.of course everyone has a right to thier own opinion, BUT i believe the 8th season was excellent with liz never looking more attractive & sexy,as well AM WAS HER USUAL lovely & suberb self that season, with the european episodes new ,fresh & interestingly creative.the 8th season was at least as good as the previous 2 or 3 seasons, & remember that ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY said in a later interview that she at no time in the 8 seasons even for a week was bored with the charecter or the show & that she always found new challenges in samantha every week in the 8 years.

Big Dave


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Thursday, September 30, 1999

I've put it off long enough but I guess since it's so close I must share some terrible news. It grieves me to announce that Heather Ann and I will not be able to join everyone in Salem this year. There is just not enough funds for us to do so (stupid college!). Believe me we tried everything, even trying our cousin who works at an airline. Heather Ann is so overwrought not even Mrs. Kravitz brownies will help. Maybe next year if everyone goes.

Scott from Ohio


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Thursday, September 30, 1999

Endora, you are soo you!

Mark


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Thursday, September 30, 1999

Warlock: I am so glad to find someone that also dislikes the eighth season very much. The series started getting weak around the middle of season seven. She actors and writers were getting very bored, so was Liz, which you can tell from her performances and appearance. I know to some it may have baan better to have an 8th season than none at all, but to others it is quite embarassing to watch some of those cheesy and rehashed episodes. Think about what the actors were going through, they were there!

Endora
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Thursday, September 30, 1999

Warlock: I like all the Season 8 shows that include Endora. I also like all the season 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1 shows that include Endora! Since you're new here (and welcome!) I would like to devote the AM/Endora quote of the day to you. Here it is: "Actors have a magical difference from other people." SCH: Where have you been young man? I was just discussing you! Were your pointed little ears burning! You are going to Tituba's big Halloween bash are you not? Please say yes, it just wouldn't be the same w/o you!

**SCH**


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Thursday, September 30, 1999

Hello, all! It seems it has been centuries since I last posted. I apologize. I've been pre-occupied with college, work, and everyday life! In between studying, I just happened to luck into SGN that air Bewitched here at 8am and 5pm (with idoj following) and found the episodes more entact than N@N's broadcast. Also, SGN has some info/tie-in's to the show that are amusing. Well, back to the books! Take care, everyone!

Warlock


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Wednesday, September 29, 1999

I have not watched Bewitched in a few years but I have started watching it again on Nick at Night. Does anybody know why there was never a final farewell episode of Bewitched? I believe the last episode is just like any other one.That last season was pretty dull though, definetly my least favorite. Remember those cheesy Europe sets? And what happend to Samantha? She was getting to be more liberal then ever with the long hair and short skirts.I am not realy looking foward to those episodes. Did anybody really like them?

Big Dave


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Wednesday, September 29, 1999

Well, I finally found that BW was on at 2:30a.m. (MST). What's with them showing all these 70's shows that were on TV Land? And to add insult to injury one of them is "All in the Family" which has been said to be part of the reason BW went off the air.

LARRY TATE
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Tuesday, September 28, 1999

the 60min ET SPECIAL on sat.oct.2 is brand new so no one has seen it before, there was a promo on it at the end of the sat. sept.25 weekend show on sat. night live.they talked about DY'S PAIN KILLER problems & his losing all his money in bad investments,DS &PL BEING GAY,fight's on the set, behind the scenes stories, & the dark side of bewitched.LIZ DID SEVERAL interviews for ET ,1985 to promote between the darkness & the dawn ,ET ONE ON ONE in 1992 with john tesh,& some others promoting her t.v. movies.does anyone know whats going on with bill ashers autobiography ,& herbie pilatoes planned biography on ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY as i first heard about them in 1997.as well what happened to the planned 3 SG VIDEO tapes that were supposed to be coming out in late summer or in the fall that were supposed to have DS EPISODES in them.

Big Dave


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Tuesday, September 28, 1999

The episode entitled "McTavish" was supposed to be on last night. Somehow the schedules are all messed up. Tonight on NAN should be "To Twitch or Not to Twitch". By the way Barbara Eden's biography on A&E is going to be on in October. I realize some might think of IDOJ as anti-Bewitched but I'm sure they'll include something about BW since it obviously spawned IDOJ the highlight of Barbara Eden's career.

Endora
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Tuesday, September 28, 1999

Methinks it's time for an AM quote, in response to an interviewer saying there was no doubt that BW would be successful: "But, oh yes there was! I had some reservations about it. As a matter of fact, when they (the studio) first asked me to read the script I didn't think the show would sell. However, they made such an attractive offer that I accepted and when they came back and told me the show was sold, it surprised me very much. But then I am always surprised when anything is a big success. Can't tell you why. I just don't understand those sorts of things."

Broph
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Tuesday, September 28, 1999

Well, it looks like NAN will be keeping Bewitched on at 1:30am through October. I only seem to see one Halloween episode "Trick or Treat". Interesting - SGN showed "Hippie Hippie Hooray on Monday? That was the episode listed for last night (McTavish seems to be listed for tonight, though that could be wrong). Some good stuff coming up - "I Confess", "Sam's Secret Saucer" and some others. A&E will re-air their EM biography October 21. "The Panama Deception" will be shown frequently on the Independent Film Channel. "Second Sight" will be shown frequently on Encore Love. "With Murder in Mind" will be shown October 22 on Lifetime.

Mark


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Tuesday, September 28, 1999

Big Dave: Nick at Nite has moved Bewitched to 1:30 a.m!!! It's been about 3 weeks now, right after Block Party Summer (without Bewitched BeWednesdays). I think that Nick at Nite is slowly phasing out Bewitched. They do this with a show when it is on its way out. Haven't you noticed that N@N no longer shows promos for Bewitched anymore. I wrote to them to let them know that BW appeals to all audiences, especially the younger kids, so why would they put it on at 1:30 in the morning. I got no response, but I'm not surprised. SGN actually did a worse job on the shows I've seen than N@N. Nick at Nite and TV Land have been advertising for each other.

Marek


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Tuesday, September 28, 1999


Big Dave


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Tuesday, September 28, 1999

Mark: I, too, was utterly aghast at how much they cut out of "Hippie, Hippie, Hooray." They cut out one of the best scenes of Serena swiveling her hips for the client and Larry after he says he would accept Darrin's apology they cut out "If you'll accept mine." That line is so funny. Everyone: Last night as I was listening to the local oldies radio station they were playing the top ten songs of Sept 27, 1964, which of course was about the same time as BW first aired. I thought the top two songs were most fitting especially to Darrin and Samantha's first meeting: #2 was "There she was just a walkin' down the street singing 'Do-wah-ditty-ditty-dum-ditty-do' and Roy Orbison's "Pretty Woman". I thought of the first scene of BW when they show Samantha walking down the street. Also, what happened to BW on Nick-at-Nite? Last night I'm all ready to record "McTavish" at 11:30p.m. and BW wasn't there. It was like "The Jeffersons" or the "Brady Bunch" or something. And then they say that "Sanford and Son", "All in the Family", and "Maude" are on Nick-at-Nite. Since when? I suppose I'll go check out their web page.

Mark


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Tuesday, September 28, 1999

Bewitched retrospective will be on Entertainment Tonight on Sunday, October 2 @ 1:30 a.m and repeated on Monday, October 3rd at 1:35 a.m on the east coast. I never saw it before - I will be taping it. Has anyone seen it before. I have never seen any interviews EM did for ET.

Mark


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Tuesday, September 28, 1999

Screen Gems Network Update: Watched Hippey Hippey Horray yesterday. SGN cut out so much, the worse ever, I can't believe they left in the Ifen song! However, the laugh track was present here but major technical difficulties with commercials. I don't believe they are calling themselves a vintage, even moreso, classic station. I hope that this is only in its infant stage and they are ironing out the "bugs" of broadcasting. I might go back to taping Bewitched off N@N again. Liz looking like she enjoys playing Serena more than Sam here- from the 4th season, when she apparently was starting to get "bored" with the role. Actually the Ifen song was song by Sam pretending to be Serena because Serena did not show up at the dinner party for the Tates.

Scott from Ohio


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Monday, September 27, 1999

I hope that everyone is enjoying this full moon. It is awesome here in Southern Ohio. I can hardly see the stars for its brilliance!

Sam R
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Monday, September 27, 1999

DAVE: What was the episode about where you think you spotted Ms. Cannon? If I have that particular one, I would like to check it out. FAIRY GODMOTHER: Nice to see you posting. Good stuff. As far as I know, Edwina is not ill or seeing a doctor, so not to worry there. She is however not at all amused that she, for whatever reason, is unable to post. Whoever you are, don't you think it's time to take that hex off of Edwina's computer, like NOW! She really misses you all by the way, and is finding this all quite frustrating.

aaron


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Sunday, September 26, 1999

cool show

Endora
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Sunday, September 26, 1999

Larry Tate: A Very Private Person was written by Dr. Warren Sherk, a Presbyterian Minister and close personal friend of the goddess. It is a wonderful bio and I highly recommend it (though it is hard to find!). In honor of you question, here is an AM quote from the book, about religion "An atheist does not seek God for the same reason a thief does not look for a policeman."

Dave


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Sunday, September 26, 1999

Did all characters names who appeared in a Bewitched episode always appear on the closing credits? I could of sworn that I saw a young Dyan Cannon on a rerun last week. She was only on for about 20 seconds so maybe they did not credit her since I did not see her name listed.

Big Dave


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Saturday, September 25, 1999

Fairy Godmother: Good to hear from you again. You and Jorgen are in my prayers. Ryan: Great ideas for the CH videos but unfortunately, dude, some of those episodes are all ready contained on the videos all ready produced, like the Halloween one and the "Follow that Witch" two parter. But keep thinking. Larry Tate: Where did you find this info about BW being showcased on ET? I hardly ever have time to watch t.v. anymore what with college and my new fun ("RETCH!") job. I know I've said this before but I'd like to know who thought that Big Dave was supposed to work. I'm much better and happier at basking, like Maurice!

LARRY TATE
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Saturday, September 25, 1999

as well access hollywood @ www.accesshollywood.com is having a best comedy & drama& favorite bad guy contest on thier website. for the first 2 categories thier is a vote for each decade from the 1950's to the present.lets all vote for bewitched & LET EVERYONE KNOW WHICH SHOW IS THE BEST SITCOM OF THE 1960'S BEWITCHED IS 2ND TO GILLIGANS ISLAND AT THE MOMENT .THE VOTE ENDS @ the end of sat i believe.in most instances sg is on 2 times a day with 2 different episodes 6 hrs. apart.by the way does anyone know why ,abner, gladys & mr.&mrs. stephens never appeared in season #8.

LARRY TATE
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Saturday, September 25, 1999

guess what bewitched fans entertainment tonite is doing a 60 min. story of bewitched next weekend on oct.2 that looks to be along the same lines as the E true hollywood story was but hopefully with more info on all the cast especially the great AGNES MOOREHEAD.as well i hope that they will use the several interviews with ET ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY & everyone in the cast did.it will be on satellite T6 TRANSPONDER 12 @ 6:00AM TO 7:00AM PST & AGAIN @ 12:00PM TO 1:00pm PST, as well as on local cable channels.could someone please tell me who wrote the 1976 bio. on AGNES MOOREHEAD "AGNES MOOREHEAD A VERY PRIVATE PERSON" THANK YOU.

Ryan


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Saturday, September 25, 1999

COLUMBIA HOUSE VIDEOS: "And Then There Were Four" Samantha's Good News, Samantha's Curious Cravings, "And Then There Were Four" "Naming Sam's New Baby" COLUMBIA HOUSE 2: "Salem Here We Come" which includes the first four episodes of the Salem episodes and the 7th season. COLUMBIA 3: "Remakes" This videro would have an episode and the remake of the same episode. They could fdo this twice in this video. COLUMBIA 4: "The Tates" My Boss the Teedy Bear, Double Tate, And Something Makes Three, Bewitched, Bothered & Infuriated COLUMBIA 4&5: One can be called "Christmas" and one can be called "Halloween" Slap yourself across the room if you don't know what episodes go under these sub-titles. I hope CH hasn't use any of these episodes already. COLUMBIA 6: "She's a Witch, and the Whole World Knows" Follow that Witch 1 & 2, The Catnapper, and I Confess.

percy


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Saturday, September 25, 1999

they dont make em like that any more

Fairy Godmother
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Saturday, September 25, 1999

Hi Folks, My daughter Sam R gave me a super T -shirt, a gift from one of you. I'm wearing it with pride. How is everyone who was in the path of those awful hurricans?We warched it in horror at the news every day. I prayed that it would do no dire damage to anyone. Part of my prayer was answered - the hurricane just skirted the Florida coast. Edwina, how are you? It was mentioned you are seeing a doctor, I hope you are feeling better. We are all watched over by Guardian Angels, it's obvious how that little child survived the fall from Cappiliano Bridge. I've walked on that bridge - it sways! I would never taken my kids on it when they were todlers. God be with you.

Broph
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Friday, September 24, 1999

Well, I spent the day at home today for a change. The morning and early afternoon were yardwork time and I spent 4 hours picking up my nephews, but I did take out some time to check out Bewitched and (forgive me) IDOJ on WSBK's SGN. The one good thing that I noticed about these versions of the episodes? Closed Captioning! Finally, those with hearing impairments can enjoy Endora, Samantha and even Dum Dum. Of course, it's not perfect, but it is better than some of the captioning I've seen for other shows - they even caption the fake commercials they have. Sam R - thanks for the story - always good to hear something uplifting.

Jeff H


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Friday, September 24, 1999

Hi Everyone! I really like the Screen Gems Network and hope they show lots of shows and extend the hours. (I only get one hour of programming in Phoenix). But I agree with everyone else, they sure have butchered, I mean edited the shows. Its almost frustrating to sit through them, so many good lines and scenes have been cut. I have a suggestion for the network. Broadcast the unedited versions, with original openings during the night for us "purists". Everyone, have a great weekend!!!

Big Dave


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Friday, September 24, 1999

What an odd episode (Once in a Vial). It was on last night on Nick-at-Nite and I had never seen it before. I found it very entertaining but I suppose I also found it odd that Endora, of all witches, was in love with a mortal, even if it was under a love potion. And it seemed there was a lot of popping in & out. I also thought it was cute that Endora zapped Samantha home and made sure she wasn't able to pop back. So like a true mother! I think it would've been fun if Endora had fallen in love with Rollo, played by Ron Randell, the same actor who played Bob Frazer in "Which Witch is Which?". Of course, in that episode Endora, as Samantha, goes on a couple dates with Bob Frazer. It also seems to me that as Endora and Samantha were speaking of Rollo they mentioned that Samantha left Rollo when she met Darrin. I'm glad she did.

TITUBA


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Friday, September 24, 1999

Yes Endora....Sam is perfect. But I do believe in "good" witches. Hey Big Dave: glad I am not the only one being affected! Thanks!

Endora
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Friday, September 24, 1999

Tituba: How to be a witch? Well, I suppose that's alright for amateurs. My Samantha knew she was a witch at nine months, but then again she was very precocious! AM/Endora quote for the day in response to someone asking her if she minded being referred to as a "lovely witch": "It's marvelous to be called a lovely witch!"

Big Dave


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Thursday, September 23, 1999

Tituba: As you can see from my previous post the full moon is just affecting me harshly, especially in the though processes. I really meant that message for Edwina to you and your sister. I too am coming to the end of an absolute disgusting week. Edwina: We miss you! Yes, the same wise witch that was messing with my computer on Monday must've got to yours. I thought of two more videos that could be added to the Columbia House library: "Tabatha's Tricks" which would include "Toys in Babeland","A Prince of a Guy", "Playmates", and "Tabitha's Cranky Spell". The other would be "Animals" = "The Horse's Mouth", "The CatNapper", "Mrs. Stephens, Where are You?", and "Going Ape". And another comes to mind "Old Lovers"="George the Warlock", "Man's Best Friend", "The Short Happy Circuit of Aunt Clara", and "Once in a Vial". See, I've all ready thought of five videos. If we think of five more we can send the idea to Columbia House and give 'em a good kick in the butt!

Big Dave


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Thursday, September 23, 1999

Sam R: Thanks for sharing that story. It's always good to hear of the miraculous occurences in this world, another reminder that all though a ton of crap is always goin' down on Earth, our Father in Heaven still loves us. Edwina: I wish the greatest of health on you. Have you tried Dr. Bombay? I realize it's a risk but he's the only witch doctor we have:)

Sam R
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Thursday, September 23, 1999

Hi everyone. First off, EDWINA has been unable to post due to technical difficulties or some other nasty spell...anyway, she sends a big 'hello' to everybody on the Board and misses you all. I don't think she feels quite complete when she cannot be in touch with all her Bewitched family. On another subject, totally unBewitched related, I shared a true story that happened just yesterday here in Vancouver, Canada. I told Edwina about it and we both felt it would be most cool to share it. I will just type exactly what I wrote her...here goes: " I have a story to tell you that concerns something quite awful and amazing that happened on a Vancouver Suspension bridge just yesterday... News story at 5:00 pm. A mother, in her mid 30's was holding her 2 year old daughter in her arms when the mother slipped. The child fell out of her arms and she fell over 230 feet to the water and rocks below. The mother, screaming and hysterical, pleaded for help from nearby visitors and tourists. Police and rescue team did arrive within about 20 minutes. I was watching this on the TV at my friend Martin's house. The last thing I heard before I left his place was that the rescue team was in the process of going down into the canyon to locate and recover the body. Martin had stated before I left that the kid was dead for sure. I said that perhaps not, young kids like that tend to bounce and it might be that not all hope was lost. He called me about 2 hours later. He was all excited. They located that little girl. It seems she had only a few bruises after falling from that great height. They believe that when the little girl was falling she must have hit branches that slowed down the speed of her descent before she landed on a rock shelf. She was taken to hospital. She appears to be fine. They do think that she might have Downe's Syndrome. 230 feet Edwina...Praise the Lord.......With all the floods, hurricanes, and earthquakes that we have all been hearing about lately, I wanted to share with you this wonderful miracle that occurred yesterday. There isn't a doubt in my mind that this is exactly what that was. I really believe that Angels bore that little girl up and the Lord, who knows when even a sparrow falls from it's nest, reached down His almighty hand and brought her gently to the earth. ".....I hope you all don't mind me sharing this with you. I thought it was important. Goodnight everybody. A special hello to Breen and Big Dave...I will be emailing you this weekend.

TITUBA
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Thursday, September 23, 1999

Hello All: a terribly grueling week comes to an end....we were waiting to hear if my sister had stomach cancer but it turned out she has eight to ten ulcers....isn't that lovely? Has anybody seen the new witchcraft books out....How To Be A Witch For Four Or More...looks simply delicious! Oh yes, is anyone else having a promble with this particular full moon? It is messing up my fur and I don't like it one bit!

Big Dave


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Thursday, September 23, 1999

I must say that Nick-At-Nite has insulted me to the very marrow of my bones! What's the big idea of having a "Brady Bunch" 30th Anniversary special and not celebrating the 35th Anniversary of BW? Obviously they are not aware of what good classic t.v. is. I wouldn't be as insulted if they would do a special in honor of BW, possibly hosted by Erin Murphy, in addition to the "Brady Bunch" but as it is I'm just a bit incensed..

Broph
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Thursday, September 23, 1999

The REAL True Hollywood Story - Endora suggested this to me some weeks ago, now we can make it a reality. The Bewitched True Hollywood Story on E! left out so much (I guess there's only so much you can do in 2 hours). Is there something that you know about the stars of the show that you think should have been included? Do you have a page of quotes from AM that showed more about her life than just the fact that EM ran into her one day and asked her to be on the show? Put together some ideas and send them along in an e-mail. If anyone wants to be the "editor" for a specific actor (or if you have other suggestions - maybe the set or props could have their own pages if there are interesting stories behind them), then by all means let me know. We can include info from Pilato's book or other web sites in regards to _reference_, but the _presentation_ of that info should be in the form of original thought. Also, this should be information that is presented - not speculation, hearsay or (to a lesser extent) opinion. We can shape this thing any way you guys want, but it would be nice if we had a place for all the actors from Bewitched. Let me know what you think.

Endora
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Thursday, September 23, 1999

Larry Tate: And while we're on the subject of Wagon Train, let's hope they run AM's episode as well! AM/Endora quote for the day: "My life has been ruled by my belief. I am a fundamentalist and believe in the efficacy of prayer. I believe that one should work for the glory of God and not for personal glory." (Note: In AM's time the term "fundamentalist" was used to describe someone who held to the biblical standard of creation over evolution. It did not hold any of the political connotations that it does today).

Broph
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Thursday, September 23, 1999

Larry Tate - you are correct, sir. WSBK in Boston is UPN 38. It was the last channel in Boston to become an network affiliate, but still shows quite a bit of programming that's outside of the network schedule (it's UPN, for crying out loud!). During the day they show a lot of syndicated shows, but from 11am to 1PM, it becomes the SGN, showing Bewitched, IDOJ and Charlie's Angels. BTW, SGN has named their page for Bewitched the "Official" site - finally, somebody has taken charge and set a standard!

Scott from Ohio


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Wednesday, September 22, 1999

Has anyone heard from Alex North? Just wondering as I saw her name pop up as I loaded this site.

LARRY TATE
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Wednesday, September 22, 1999

I BELIEVE WSBK IN BOSTON CARRIES THE SCREENGEMS NETWORK FROM 8:00AM TO 9:00AM PST.ITS A SHAME BUT SG HAS SEVERLY EDITED THE EPISODES ,EVEN MORE SEVERLY THEN N@N DID.N@N EPISODES ARE 22MIN. LONG,SG 20MIN 46SEC. ,TBS USED TO BE 22MIN. 17SEC. WHILE THE PRIME CABLE CHANNEL IN CANADA APPARENTLY DOES NOT EDIT THIER EPISODES @ ALL AS THIERS ARE 25MIN. 15 SEC. LONG.THE SG EPISODES CAN BE FOUND ON FREE WILD FEEDS ON SATELLITE T5 TRANSPONDER 24 @ 1:30AM 3:00AM & AGAIN @ 8:30AM PST., AS WELL IT MAY BE ON G2 TRANSPONDER 5 OR 7 IF FOR TECHNICAL REASONS IT CAN'T BE PUT ON T5 24. WAGON TRAIN IS JOINING TV LAND ON OCT.9 ,HOPEFULLY LIZZIES EPISODE WILL BE INCLUDED.

Mark


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Wednesday, September 22, 1999

Dave: That is a really good idea. I sometimes do not realize that some people haven't seen BW in many years. Personally, I've been watching the show most of my life. i know each episode inside and out. That is why I am alittle disappointed in SGN, what classic commericals? what promos? and they don't look digitallly remastered at all! It looks like watching cut up reruns on some UHF channel. No fanfare, no fuss. But I guess for you it is a treat because you haven't seen it in years. I was too little to watched BW in its original run so I feel I am missing something. That is why I wish someone somewhere would show it in its true original "really classc" form. Thank goodness there are pages like Vic's Bewitched Page that has some real nostalgia to it, complete with original openings, commericials, promos, and the like.

Big Dave


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Wednesday, September 22, 1999

I too am a little disappointed of all the editing that goes on. But I am very glad to be able to record and see some of the episodes I haven't seen in awhile, plus have the NAN episodes on the really late evening. I thought they were going to share classic commercials. I certainly hope their commercial parodies aren't what they term 'classic', even though they are cute. By the way on their website they list BW as having 256 episodes. You would think with BW being Screen Gems biggest money maker they would have their facts straight...Unless there are two more episodes which could be classified as "lost"....Lately I've been wishing that Columbia House would release more videos. I wonder if we were to compile a list of episodes for videos if it would nudge them to release more? I've all ready thought of two more videos they could do. One of them could be titled something like "Darrin's Magic" and would include "A is for Aardvark", "Double Tate", "Three Wishes", and "The No-Harm Charm" or even "The Joker is a Card". The other one I thought of would be "Curses" and would include "Disappearing Samantha", "Sam's Spooky Chair", "The Crone of Cawdor", and "Nobody but a Frog Knows How to Live". I'm sure the other Dick York episodes could be grouped no matter how loose the correlation just so we can get more videos. I enjoy seeing the episodes in their entirety.

Mark


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Wednesday, September 22, 1999

I had the same problem only in reverse. Commercials practically had no sound at all (who cares) but program comes in OK. Still the same, the episodes are edited, not as severe as N@N, so I am really disappointed. There are also no original promos or original opening.

Cheeseperson


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Wednesday, September 22, 1999

Screen Gems Network poor reception of both bewitch & Jeannie but commercials come in clear. Local station problem?

Broph
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Wednesday, September 22, 1999

MISSING: 1 Official Web Site for Ms. Erin Murphy. I don't know what has happened, but it seems that Erin Murphy's page has been removed for the TV-TOYS site. I don't think this is a mistake since it isn't even listed on their main menu. Perhaps she will be starting an independent page. I'll keep you posted as I find out.

Broph
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Tuesday, September 21, 1999

Big Dave - according to the IMDb (which can be wrong), Eden's real name was Barbara Jean Huffman. She's been married 4 times, but not to a Moorehead, from what I can tell. BTW, an early role was a guest spot on "I Love Lucy"; she was born in 1930 and 1 year before IDOJ, she was in a movie "The Brass Bottle". Her nickname? BJ.

Big Dave


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Tuesday, September 21, 1999

I also checked out the SGN's website which is www.screengemsnetwork.com. They have cute little animations at the beginnign of each t.v series you click on. I am perplexed about something. This might be in Endora's arena: It says in the little bio of Babs Eden that her real name is Barbara Jean MOOREHEAD!!! How funny would that be AM and Barbara Eden being relatives!

Big Dave


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Tuesday, September 21, 1999

Broph: My comments about 'South Park' and other shows that contain the same "humor" is this: I get more enjoyment out of old t.v. shows and movies where the swearing was to a minimal if any and all the sexual jokes were only innuendos. It leaves something to the mind. Frankly, the state of the world depresses me today and I think it has something to do with the fact that we always have to be breaking some boundary in our entertainment. I think it's too bad that sometimes one cannot sit with their parents or grandparents and watch a movie or t.v. show together w/o blushing. Yes, I know there will be those that say "If you don't like it, TURN IT OFF." Pretty soon I won't be able to watch anything because I will have turned everything off. (And I suppose that might be a good thing. I'll have to think of things which are more fun and entertaining than sitting in front of the t.v. or paying $7 to go to the movies.) I'm sure about 20 years ago that wasn't the case. That's all I want to say on that dull subject...I watched "Mrs. Stephens, Where are you?" today on the SGN. I really liked it. I haven't seen it since I was in kindergarten I bet. I LOVE SERENA! Especially being so non-chalant about her witchcraft, what with diappearing and appearing in front of Mrs. Parsons, whipping up the hour glass with the sands that fall up, and zapping up "Uncle Arthur's sherry" right there in front of Phyllis. I decided that I want to live my life the way Serena says Maurice does when Phyllis asks her what Maurice does. "Does? He doesn't do anything. He basks!" I'd say I'm quite good at basking...

Broph
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Tuesday, September 21, 1999

Scott, Michael Shea is a cop from Salem who got dragged by a car driven by an alleged car thief - he's also my cousin (the cop, not the thief). And have you not heard of South Park - the animated show about a quintet of foul-mouthed youths who live in Colorado?

Endora
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Tuesday, September 21, 1999

Broph: Speaking as someone who's been to Stillwater but to play the horses, not an audience, my thoughts are with your cousin.....P.S. Is there a rule that all the lunatics who drive through Salem have to encounter, harass and potentially harm a relative of Broph?

Scott from Ohio


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Tuesday, September 21, 1999

Ok Broph! Who is Michael Shea and what is 'South Park' that people are cussing and discussing???

Broph
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Tuesday, September 21, 1999

Endora - speaking as someone who has never been to Stillwater, I just wanted to mention - the police officer from my story last night? My cousin.

Endora
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Tuesday, September 21, 1999

I don't think I have the Screen Gems channel here either, but Texas is so backward they're probably refusing to run it because it has a show about "witches", just like they did in 64 (for about a week until they realized the money they were losing). AM/Endora quote for the day: "An actor is a wandering minstrel, and must sell his talent to the whole country. Touring is a real eye opener because culture is not, as some think, only in New York City or on the West Coast. I always say you haven't played an audience until you've played Stillwater, Oklahoma."

Broph
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Tuesday, September 21, 1999

Almost forgot to mention - I did hear that SGN is planning to show primarily the color episodes whenever possible and would occasionally do special shows with B&W episodes of shows (thanks, Vic!).

Broph
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Tuesday, September 21, 1999

Mark - good to know that others have the Screen Gems Network. Frank Jr. - welcome aboard. Screen Gems Network is a broadcast-level network (think of it as Nick at Nite run on a local channel like the "new" UPN or WB networks). According to early press releases, they're supposed to be in 90% of the TV markets, though they didn't break onto my cable system yet (I would find it hard to believe that they wouldn't broadcast in Boston, though they'd be hard-pressed to find a non-network channel nowadays). The good news is that if they broadcast in your area, the local cable system HAS to carry the channel - as far as I know that's a federal regulation, not a local one. So check local listings, find out if a station is carrying the network and call your local cable operator!

Mark


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Tuesday, September 21, 1999

Watched the episode "Nobody's Perfect" off of the Screen Gems Network. Very disappointing. The episode was definately CUT in several places, even some AM lines, sorry Endora. The quality is pretty good, and they also cut out the opeing credits. There was some trivia about the 2 Darrins between commercials, that's it.

Frank Jr.


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Tuesday, September 21, 1999

Hi everyone! Have been visiting the board for some time now and wanted to finally say hi. This is the coolest board! I have a question. I hear all this talk about a Screen Gems network and I don't seem to be getting it in my city. I'm wondering how many people are actually getting it (I live in a major metropolis). I'd love to hear what's happening on it and am jealous I don't get it. Can anyone fill me in?

Sam R
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Monday, September 20, 1999

Hey there Fairy Godmother! Great to see you post again. I never thought I'd ever refer to you as my Fairy Godmother though. Keep posting. Remember those years long ago when I would run in at noon from school for lunch and we would have either egg salad sandwiches or smoked kippers and watch Bewitched together, just you and I and a little lunch and a whole lot of magic?


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Monday, September 20, 1999

Need to know the correct spelling of Aunt Hagatha (Haggatha? Hagitha?)


kathy@captionmax.com


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Monday, September 20, 1999

Need to know the correct spelling of Aunt Hagatha (Haggatha? Hagitha?)

Broph
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Monday, September 20, 1999

Wow, I'm really monopolizing today. But I did want to tell anyone who didn't see the E! Bewitched True Hollywood Story that it's going to be on again tomorrow (Tuesday) at 10am and 4pm, so check your listings. And, it may be too late for some of you, but the re-airing of the "Chimp Channel" show is tonight around midnight, so check your listings! BTW, I don't seem to have the Screen Gems Channel yet (calling Media One, calling Media One, Trouble, Come Right Away - or words to that effect).

Broph
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Monday, September 20, 1999

Big Dave - sorry to hear there was a promble getting to (or was it posting to) the board. I hadn't noticed anything unusual while I was at work, other than the fact that there were fewer posts than normal. As far as South Park and words you can hear at any high school, therein lies the question - who makes the rules as to what we see in our entertainment - is it really society that makes those boundaries? If things do go on in real life, to what extent can they or can they not be shown in entertainment. As I mentioned before, there is more shocking stuff happening in the real world than on TV and in the movies. South Park may be "disgusting", but it is a parody after all - and it does show what happens when parents (the ones in the show) don't watch what their children are doing (then again, parents who let their kids stay up after 10pm Wednesday nights to watch the show...). It is, after all, just a show. Now for more shocking stuff - a man in Salem yesterday dragged a police officer over 500 feet with his car - the police officer had stopped the man at a red light after calling in the licence plate (false plates on a probably-stolen car). The name of the officer? Michael Shea.

Big Dave


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Monday, September 20, 1999

Okay, who is the wise witch who was making it absolutely difficult to get on this board this morning? Anyway, watched Screen Gems Network today. The little trivia things and fake ads were cute, especially during IDOJ when they are "advertising" a Jeannie doll and they pasted Tabatha's head on Jeannie II's master's body when he is holding Roger and Major Nelson on his finger. Do we know if they are planning on showing B&W episodes? I certainly hope so. Concerning pushing the envelope in the entertainment industry I think that the boundaries the "South Park" movie pushed and that of "War of the Worlds" is two very different things. I think WOTW's way of doing things, all though it may have been really scary for those who thought it was real, is fun and inventive. On the other hand having the kind of smut in "South Park" is rather droll considering you can see and hear that stuff in nearly any high school/college/workplace you go to.

Broph
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Monday, September 20, 1999

Forgot to mention earlier - one thing that amazes me is when a person or group speaks out about a movie/TV show that they haven't even seen. Now THAT is a little much, IMHO.

Broph
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Monday, September 20, 1999

Endora - sure, there's no comparison between South Park and WOTW for _content_ or _entertainment value_, but I think that there always be people trying to see what they can get away with. It seems that the only time that entertainment goes beyond what is real in society is when it gets into the science-fiction realm (aliens, time travel, etc.). As far as what people say or do in whatever medium (movies, TV, theatre, etc.) I have yet to see something that really surprised me more than something I've seen in real life (or at least on some TV news program).

Endora
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Monday, September 20, 1999

Broph: Respect my authoritah! No really, I don't think you can compare WOTW w/South Park (Although I can just hear AM saying "Don't f**k w/Wendy Testaberger!") Actually, it's kind of the job of entertainment to push the envelope, to challenge people a little. OK that doesn't necessarily apply to South Park either, but what the heck! Frankly, as long as there are people in the world too stupid to turn off what offends them (or gullible enought to think Martians would land in New Jersey!), we're going to have these issues. I really wish AM were here to tell us more though. I wonder if she was scared? Thought it was funny? A little of both? Either way, what an adventure huh?

Broph
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Monday, September 20, 1999

Endora - what a delightful story. It makes me wonder how much times haven't changed - there are still people pushing the envelope in entertainment, others who complain about it until it's accepted, only to have the next generation push just a little more. What would things be like now if South Park had been acceptable back then (or a radio version thereof)? BTW, I didn't get over to the Hawthorne this weekend - yard work, blisters and family stuff did prevent, but I do hope to get an answer soon.

Endora
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Sunday, September 19, 1999

Goodness, where is everyone? Ok, this next quote isn't by AM, but it pertains to her. It's Orson Welles and John Houseman commenting on what happened to them and the rest of the War of the Worlds cast after it was discovered the broadcast was a hoax. Here goes: Welles ended the broadcast by saying it was all "a Halloween prank, the Mercury Theatre's own radio version of dressing up in a sheet and jumping out of a bush and saying "Boo!" John Houseman: "The following hours were a nightmare. The building was suddenly full of people and dark blue uniforms. Hustled out of the studio, we were locked into a small back office on another floor. Here we sat incommunicado while network employees were busy collecting, destroying or locking up all scripts and records of the broadcast. Finally the press was let loose upon us, ravening for horror. How many deaths had we heard of? Did we know about the fatal stampede in a Jersey hall? What traffic deaths? The suicides?" Orson Welles: "There were headlines about lawsuits totalling some $12 millon. Most of them, as it turned out, existed in the fevered imagination of the newspapers....For a few days I was a combination Benedict Arnold and John Wilkes Booth, but people were laughing much to hard, thank God, and pretty soon the papers had to quit. The sponsor had turned us down two weeks before because we tended to too much violence and sensationalism and picked us up the week after "The War of the Worlds". Thanks to the Martians, we got us a radio sponsor, and suddenly we were a big commercial program, right up there with Benny, Burns and Allen, and the Lux Radio Theatre with Cecil B. DeMille. The next stop was Hollywood." I wonder what AM thought as she was surrounded by all those people and police and locked into a room? The book I picked up this info from says Welles and his group (which included AM) came w/in a hair of being banned from radio indefinitely (please note, Mae West was banned for 10 years for one risque routine!)...can you imagine? No "Sorry Wrong Number", "The Shadow" or any of the other brilliant work AM did on radio, not to mention no Hollywood, no "Citizen Kane" and the rest.....what a horrifying thought!!!

Sue L.


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Saturday, September 18, 1999

The Bewitched.net page on the Bewitched den has the MPEGS on it. Notice that when Serena is singing, they only show half the couch & when they show Sam & Darren, they show the other half of the couch.Split screen and no stand in on that close-up either. You can see the stand-in for Tabatha's birth. Her hair is different.

Endora
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Saturday, September 18, 1999

Bewitched, The Mustang and me! Yep, 64 was a very good year! Well, my stupid car is acting up again, it's time for a new one but I keep hoping I can milk another year out of this one....I need to just give it up and buy that Cougar....AM/Endora quote for the day: "Of all the arts, acting is the most ephemeral."

Sue L.


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Friday, September 17, 1999

Juliet Mills formerly as Nanny (Phoebe something) remember the song. Tabitha? wonder where they got that? But it is interesting that Dr Bombay goes to where he is called. Is it wishcraft? And the audio & video of David & Greg Lawrence (Mandel) is interesting. They kind of look like Tony Curtis. On Bewitched sounds? I think. It's interesting.

Breen from London


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Friday, September 17, 1999

Go to www.tvguide.com...click on the cover of this weeks issue with Faith Hill, and on the right you'll see departments, click on cheers and jeers, and it's small, but you'll see the article there. No pictures on the site.

Breen from London


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Friday, September 17, 1999

Someone has told me that, in the States, the TV Guide, edition Sept 18-24, has a picture of EM, and one of Dr. Bombay.......

Big Dave


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Friday, September 17, 1999

Yes, my bewitching friends, the first twitch appeared on television 35 years ago today. What a wonderful thing! Who knew that we'd still be as enthralled today as we were then? (Of course, I am speaking for those who actually had the opportunity to watch the first broadcast. Unfortunately-or is it?-I haven't been on earth that long). Tomorrow is the 30th anniversary of Dick Sargent taking over the role of Darrin. All though I don't like his interpretation as well as that of Dick York I'm glad Sargent came in so we could have three more seasons of BW. BTW I watched Dr. Bombay's appearance on 'Passions' and was a little disappointed that he wasn't on for longer. He stood in the same place bickering with the old hag Tabitha and her creepy annoying little doll boy for maybe all of 1 minute. He didn't even chide them for pulling him from his safari. 'Passions' should've gave him a bigger role. But it was good to hear his laugh again. I still think that he should make a guest appearance on 'Sabrina the Teenage Witch' or maybe even pop into 'Charmed'. I'm really not to keen on watching 'Charmed' except to view the lovely Alyssa Milano plus it's about witches, albeit the darker side of witchcraft.

Lucy
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Friday, September 17, 1999

In my preoccupation with "Floyd" and my politics paper, I had forgotten that today marks the 35th Anniversary of the premiere of Bewitched! Doesn't time fly when you're having fun! :o)

Broph
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Friday, September 17, 1999

The Chimp channel _should_ repeat the episode as follows: Stolen Memories: TCC Anniversary, episode #9 Tue Sep 21 12:25AM (remember - that's Eastern Time - check your local listings for Monday night/Tuesday morning for local times).

Sue L.


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Friday, September 17, 1999

I did see the Chimp Channel, but I had no idea which show it was a parody of . I thought it was the old tv show Secret Agent? True.It should be cute to do Bewitched.

The Princess
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Friday, September 17, 1999

Hello, everyone. Here's my BIG announcement....Scott from Ohio has lost his mind!! Scott, you keep looking for the star in the East, the three wise men, and the "no room at the inn" sign, and when you see them, then you can call me Madonna. Until then, Chipper will continue to be "OC" (only child) which he, Mr. Princess, and I are very happy with! I guess I missed the Chimp T.V. clip. Will it be on again?

Broph
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Friday, September 17, 1999

Hello Fairy God Mother! As far as the pics at the Hawthorne Hotel (as it's now known), I'm going to try to get an update tomorrow, depending on how things go (how fast time flies again!). Sorry to say I missed the Chimp Channel last night - the storm turned out to be nothing much, though the wind was stronger than usual (found out another thing the vinyl siders messed up when they did the installation because of the wind). They had downgraded the hurricane to a tropical storm. Didn't seem so tropical to me (I even broke out the Hawaiian Punch!).

Endora
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Friday, September 17, 1999

AM quote for the day: "I believe Life with all it's pain and sorrows is a beautiful, precious gift and I believe I must strive to reproduce its beauty by holding fast to this ideal by doing my duty without regard to personal ambition."




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Friday, September 17, 1999


Fairy Godmother
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Friday, September 17, 1999

Hi Folks,

Scott from Ohio


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Friday, September 17, 1999

Broph, give us an update on the pictures at the Hawthorne Motor Lodge (whatever it is called now.) I think that the Princess may have a BIG announcement to make on the board real soon. No, I'm just agging her on. Get well soon. Nothing like royalty with egg(or vomit) on its face!!! Love 'ya Princess...Scott

Big Dave


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Thursday, September 16, 1999

I also just finished watching the CHIMP CHANNEL 'monkey' around with BW and IDOJ. (Maurice: That pun was worthy of Uncle Arthur!") Yes, it was short but very, very hilarious especially the part of "Uncle Arthur". And kudos to the set designers. It looked almost just like the real set.

Lucy
elbourne@email.unc.edu


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Thursday, September 16, 1999

I have literally just finished watching the Bewitched segment on the Chimp Channel. First impressions? Hilarious, but far, far, far too short!

Big Dave


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Thursday, September 16, 1999

By the way the "Chimp Channel" is on TBS at 8p.m. and then 10 or 10:30pm.

Big Dave


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Thursday, September 16, 1999

Let's not forget to watch "The Chimp Channel" tonight to see a parody of BW vs IDOJ. If you think about it Sam, Darrin, Jeannie, and Major Nelson all being chimps could really have been an episode, maybe one of dear Aunt Clara's goofups? "Abba dabba dabba...Dabba Dabba Abba...Remedio Dicapito Ziappareri!"

Sue L.


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Thursday, September 16, 1999

I would like to order the episodes not live the episodes although I was too young to be SAM at the time of the show. She could clean my house anytime. I was also the same age when I first & second children as she was. My daughter is June 16th! My son's middle name is Alan (her son is William Allen) I wanted a house like Bewitched. We have a garage door opener. 1164 ( I had 1124 once)

Sue L.


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Thursday, September 16, 1999

I tried the URL's for the convention 2000, and I could not get access. Will there be one? Glad that the hurricane is leaving. I have seen the effects of a tornado close up. We can get alot of rain here and it will be rain season soon. I would live to order some Bewitched tapes the episode of Alias Darrin Stephens, Hippy Thanks! Hippy Hurray, Serena Stops the Show.

Wayne From Arabia
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Thursday, September 16, 1999

Ok all you BW fans on the Eat Coast its time to hang up Your Brooms and get out your Boats because it looks like Floyd is going to rain on you big time. I really hope all of you stay safe and stay indoors while he goes by. Maybe Endora could Fly up their and Point her fingure at Floyd and tell him to go to his room until he can learn to act in a more proper way Just Kidding Endora Well best wishes to you

Wayne From Arabia


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Thursday, September 16, 1999


Endora
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Thursday, September 16, 1999

Broph: Nonsense! "Denis" was obviously named after my son in law. Think about it. It was a large mass of hot air that after all the hype turned out to be nothing more than a big dripping wind! AM/Endora quote for the day: "The theater is not merely a place of amusement. It is a living power and should be used for good and not evil. I believe it can be a great educational medium, teaching an audience many things that would otherwise be lost to them. It widens the sympathies and broadens the intellect and sweetens the heart."

Mark


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Thursday, September 16, 1999

I found out thanks to Vic of Vic's Bewitched Page (#1 Best Bewitched Site) that I will be getting SGN from 1-2p.m. so I'm pretty excited to see if the episodes of BW are uncut or not. I've been watching BW for many many years and have seen differant "versions" so I do know when complete lines and such are cut out to make more time for commercials. I really hate it because some of the lines are classics-especially AM's. Anyway, I think it is an insult that N@N threw BW on at 1:30 in the morning. Whenever they do that to a program, you know that it will slowly get fizzled out. Anyway I am not happy the way that BW really dosen't get any exposure or promos the way it used to when it was on N@N in "primetime".

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Thursday, September 16, 1999

Edwina - glad to hear that things are intact. We're getting our share of Floyd as the day progresses, but from what I've seen it should be pretty calmed down by the time it gets up the coast. It's been awhile since we've really had a bad one. BTW, I think it's the national weather service that names the hurricanes (though many are named when they're just tropical storms). They start each year with an "A" name and go through the alphabet, alternating male and female names every other letter. Their Web site wasn't responding when I checked it, but the URL is: http://www.nws.noaa.gov/ Another BTW, I think the URL for the Bewitched 2000 page is http://www.microplex.com.au/~mmbc00/Millenuim.html

The Yoo Hoo Maid Esmerelda
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Thursday, September 16, 1999

Update - Hello to all Bewitched Fans!! Well Bewitched 2000 is cancelled, the board members of five decided that the project hadn't achieved its goal and said it wasn't going to survive. So I have decided to launch my own - this will be bigger and better. I will promote and support it all the way and I hope you do aswell!! I know need 8 more people to apply for a board member position and I especially offer anyone here!! PLEASE EMAIL ME ON THE ADDRESS ABOVE - telling me why you would like to do this OR FOR ANY OTHER DETAILS http://bewitched-millenium.home.dhs.org

TITUBA


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Wednesday, September 15, 1999

Edwina: So glad you are still here! BTW, who named it Floyd anyway?

Ryan
iluvlucytoo@mtnworks.net


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Wednesday, September 15, 1999

Ladies & Gentlemen I have a new poll at http://apps2.vantagenet.com/apolls/poll.asp?id=8117201825 its about what show would like Bewitched to air opposite of NAN, please vote everybudy. Who's been watching Bewitched at 1:30am???

Edwina
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Wednesday, September 15, 1999

Hi All@caringpeople.com: Well, Floyd left Broward County intact... very little rain but it was windy.... skirted the rest of the Florida. Last information, I saw... Floyd was headed for "The Family house" in Myrtle Beach. The Florida Turnpike was packed with people that were under mandatory evacuation orders. County by county the Warnings went to Tropical Storm warnings... we were the first to be lifted... I still feel like asking who is afraid of the Big Bad Wolf.....I know that more of our friends are preparing for the stupid Floyd.... Prayer changes things...I know!!! So much nervous energy too.... Floyd didn't leave us entirely alone... there are things you can not see... The air pressure....unbelievable it was in spurts...My head hurt so badly I felt so fuzzy headed almost as if I'd vacated my head... Richie(Husband) had a field day with that one, mentioning he knew no one was 'home' for a long time....He did have some 'feelings' from Floyd though his ear drums hurt from the air pressure.... his ear drums were shall we say giving him heck for saying what he said about my head....As Floyd travels up the coast... if you notice strange happenings Floyd has strong air pressure... Tituba, I think you are feeling sympathy pains for all of us along the East Coast! I put forth a Proclamation: Anyone else that feels dizzy and or has a sick headache are very caring people! And of course you are in prayer too!!! I shall see you all you Bewitching Group!!! Calling Dr. Bombay... Calling Dr. Bombay... come right away! (BFE)

Lucy
elbourne@email.unc.edu


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Wednesday, September 15, 1999

Hi everyone! I hope no-one has been affected too badly by "Floyd" so far. Preparations are well underway now here: all classes have been cancelled at UNC until Friday at least. I can't say I'm too disappointed, as I had a presentation to make tomorrow morning which I was not looking forward to! The university are distributing food packets to all students on meal plans, but unfortunately those of us without these plans will have to fend for ourselves! Oh well, I guess the next day will be spent catching up with all the work I have to do... and of course watching Bewitched as long as the power holds out! Speaking of which, I've watched the last few episodes shown on Nick at Nite, and they keep cutting out so many lines! It's nothing that important, but incredibly annoying: does anyone agree? At least in England they show the episodes in their entirety! (or do they: if they cut bits out how would I know????) :o)

TITUBA


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Wednesday, September 15, 1999

Endora, have you seen Dr. Bombay? I am having a sick headache with dizzy spells.

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Wednesday, September 15, 1999

AM/Endora quote for the day in response to someone asking if she was disappointed not to have been in the movie version of "Sorry Wrong Number": "Of course I wanted to play the Stanwyck part in "Sorry Wrong Number". It had been written for me by Lucille Fletcher, and I must have done it on radio about 18 times. I went to Hal Wallis at Paramount when they were casting it to put my hat in the ring, but he said he owed Barbara a picture and that I could have a supporting role. I said no. I'm not bitter about it. I let the chips fall where they may and go on from there....(laugh) They played my recording constantly on the set."

Sue L.


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Tuesday, September 14, 1999

Wow, My prayers for the people who live near tornados. who gives them their names. we have an almost 6 yr boy Andrew. He is a tiny tornado. We are in Calif. We had a rainstorm once that the water came through the chimney. And it dripped on the carpet. Where were you Sam? We had another rain that came through the back door. And it shrunk the carpet. I would be scared alot with tornados. I haven't watched BW lately, but I like the ones with Serena. I have alot of episodes taped. The marathon.

Big Dave


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Tuesday, September 14, 1999

I raise my glass again to the most recent AM quote. Also we're praying for all you Floridians!

Edwina
e.haselberger@worldnet.att.net


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Tuesday, September 14, 1999

Hi Everyone!: I tried to post a message earlier, I don’t know where it went though (LOL) I found myself suddenly at a rent a car site (LOL).....I thought perhaps I am so tired that... I’d better not try to figure it out (hee hee hee!) I hope this doesn’t post a zillion times (LOL)....What a world. What a world! It is a wonderful world....Well, I will type it out again....Well, after a whole 5 minutes of sleep I feel very rested.... have been monitoring Floyd every step possible. I guess we have done the right amount of waving our hands, huffing, and puffing and praying oh yes and spell casting. Floyd is moving more north “Someones” must have been praying, Thank you ALL! With that in mind.... Now Gert—Oh Sister-Girl....Go away! I was hoping that Floyd and Gert would go out together....out to Sea, it could have even been as “Just as friends” Floyd is heading more toward Georgia and South Carolina. BTW- The house in Myrtle Beach (South Carolina) survived Hugo in 1989... Back to the topic at hand...Floyd is still off the coast of Florida and will be sending us 40-60 Mph winds and rain (Broward County) not as bad as the original impact projected! I feel like asking who is afraid of the big bad wolf (Floyd!) but I won’t because Floyd is still a threat to the rest of the East Coast family. Endora: I know that it was not you that sent Floyd... you would have given a warning or at least hinted LOL...Oh! What is the name of that person (living in Broward County) that left Agnes Moorhead out of that E! Special that could have been exceptional had they not snubbed Agnes so. Tell me the name of the person and THAT person is TOAST without butter!!! I figure that, since I live here, I may as well be useful! (LOL) In all fairness to the rest of the East Coast Family please pray that Floyd continues to lose strength and direction... I don’t want anyone hurt by this ‘Floyd’ or any other storm....We will be in the middle of the winds and rain about 8 P.M. this evening....EST...Floyd has met up with that ‘trough’ and seems to want to go out with it LOL...( Oh I am tired I am getting really silly here)....I shall take myself straight to bed and immediate sleep, after I e-mail a few people to tell them I am yet alive, still dry and on a tired ‘high’ Thank you again All! Night Night in the day day(BFE)

Endora
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Tuesday, September 14, 1999

Edwina: It's not my fault...rumor had it that someone responsible for leaving AM out of the E! special lived in Broward county and....seriously, I'll cast whatever spells I can to see that you stay high and dry! AM quote of the day, given in 12/71 to Photoplay magazine in answer to the question "Should prostitution be made legal?": "NO. What??! I don't believe in prostitution, period! Even if it is the oldest profession in the world! Why would you want to legalize something like prostitution when we already have such a promiscuous, permissive society? We took away prohibition, and statistics show that today there's more alcoholism than ever before. I don't think labeling it a "no-no" ever means people will do it more; they'll do it whether it's legal or illegal, because self-discipline is sorely lacking today. Legalizing prostitution wouldn't make any difference these days anyway. The whole country is loose, so what's the difference? Sex today is totally out of hand. There's no law and order within the self anymore. The health factor? It's a little late for that isn't it? Look at the current statistics on venereal disease.....Now, I'm not a prude and I'm certainly not trying to stand on a pedestal and preach. But I think that if parents and society were stricter about sex we'd have far less problems. There's too much freedom today - so much freedom that people have become slaves to their own indulgences....I'm very funny about things like prostitution. When people say "Well, Agnes, it's the environment," I say "Now, look here. I just want to tell you something. I don't care about the environment. I don't care what everybody else is doing. I just look at whether it's right or wrong." You might legalize prostitution, but you're still going to have it the other way, because nobody wants to be seen in a House of Prostitution. So there you are. Well, actually, where are you.....?"

Tituba


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Monday, September 13, 1999

Oh Edwina: do keep us posted on how you are doing. This hurricane sounds like the work of Endora!

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Monday, September 13, 1999

Edwina - my fingers, they be crossed. I've only been down to that area once in my life - we were pitching an automation device to the powers that be of Broward County. I sat there in the office thinking to myself "Now where did I hear that name before?" In the middle of the pitch (my boss did all the talking - I was just there with the facts and figures) I suddenly realized "Too Live Crew" - it was one of the places I thanked my ability to keep my big mouth shut.

Mark


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Monday, September 13, 1999

Ryan: I called my cable network and they knew nothing of the SGN--if you have any info if any suburbs of Philadelphia are getting it please let me know. BTW I hate hate hate that BW is on at 1:30 in the morning now! I emailed NAN and I explained to them that BW appeals to a large age group of 1 to 100 and if their program manager was aware of the mistake he or she was making--no reply yet. Anyway, I taped it, not one of my favorite seasons (4) but one of my favorite episodes "Double Double Toil & Trouble" It is terrible how NAN edits complete lines out of the episodes, they did so much in this one.

Edwina
e.haselberger@worldnet.att.net


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Monday, September 13, 1999

Bewitched Buds: Please keep Florida in your Prayers....This Floyd is almost 4X the size of Andrew...We hired the Big Bad Wolf to huff and puff him away: I put my huge fan outside...guess what? Floyd started coming at us faster... I dunno... seems like Floyd wants to make a name for himself...Okay Floyd!!! you are remarkable now go away...They are waiting for a trough to pull Floyd away... I dunno the trough is really slow and Floyd is traveling much fast....Broward County is in for it! A really cool thing though.... Buds... is that neighbors are helping each other (You all know I LOVE that stuff it makes me all warm and cuddly inside) No food in the grocery stores but that doesn't matter... we are all in this together... Well Buds I gotta get going and ummm I hope to see you all real soon high and dry (Me that is) Oh today I am really stressed out watching this darned Floyd barreling at us! Gert is right behind him... I think those Two should get together and go out..... Out to Sea.....{Hi Fairy Godmother}....(BFE)

Big Dave


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Monday, September 13, 1999

In this week's issue of TV Guide they give a Cheer to Dr. Bombay making a cameo on "Passions." Just thought that was cool.

Big Dave


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Monday, September 13, 1999

Fairy Godmother: My prayers are with you and Jorgen. God bless you. Everyone: How ironic is it that after my last post when I turned to the channel which is going to show the SGN that I saw a commercial for it. They showed a clip of Serena dancing in the Stephens living room and I have never seen that particular episode. I know it wasn't the Boyce and Hart episode nor was it "Hippie, Hippie, Hooray." I must say it is good to have BW back on the local channels.

Endora
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Monday, September 13, 1999

Hi Fairy Godmother, thanks for stopping by. You and Jorgen continue to be in our thoughts! AM/Endora quote for the day regrading how her experience in radio helped her transfer to the screen: "You had to work to make the audience visualize you, which isn't easy to do. Many stage actors fall by the wayside because of their inability to make an audience 'see'."

Scott from Ohio


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Monday, September 13, 1999

Wayne from Ohio- the poor car only acts up when you are around. I think that those cracked mirrors around your house should tell you something. Just kidding! Larry Tate, there is a rumor that EM had something to do with Password and another game show pulled from the air (Hollywood politics, I suppose.) In one episode of Password, she gives a dirty look when it is revealed that she is the answer- I just love civil war! I wonder how long after that particular episode was filmed that Mr. Ludden received his pink slip!!!

Broph
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Sunday, September 12, 1999

You're welcome, Fairy Godmother - best wishes for the time ahead - I know from experience about the road ahead. We're starting to have a history of cancer in my family - a positive attitude is some of the best medicine you can have. In other news, watching other shows recently there were 2 Bewitched references. On "The Nanny", the Nanny referred to an "Endora's Box" and on "Honey I Shrunk the Kids" (the show) a reporter asks Wayne's opinion of witches - he says "Well, I like Bewitched". In other other news - we had my mother's car back from the shop for 1 day. I drove my parents for their weekly dinner out when this idiot started tailgating me (long windy road - a car ahead of me at 15 carlengths at 35mph - what did he expect me to do?). We finally drove through a downtown area where people were crossing the street, so the other cars (which I had caught up to at this point) came to a stop and so did I. The guy behind me couldn't stop in time and BAM. He was only going 2 miles an hour and I could tell there wasn't any damage, so I just gave him a nice, long, dirty look. He stayed back for the remainder of the time he was behind me. And people wonder why I hate tailgaters!

Fairy Godmother
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Sunday, September 12, 1999

Hi Friends, I am Sam R's mother. Wanted to thank you all for your prayers for Jorgen. We are really grateful for all your kind good wishes. Jorgen is now waiting for a course of 5 weeks of radiation treatments. Thanks again and God Bless you all. A special thankyou to Broph for the cute T - shirts you sent to Jorgen and I. Another special thankyou to Endora. Margaret Nielsen

Wayne from Arabia
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Sunday, September 12, 1999

Hi everyone... How is things on the board? I was looking through that junk stuff that pops up on my AOL front page and I seen something about the top 100 picks they never mentioned the bewitched show Lucille Ball and Oprha Winfrey and, a few others made the list but no one from the BW show sorry andain gang but I guess we're left out again.Maybe I never looked close enough I'll post the site and you all can lok for yourself and see ( www.pathfinder.com/time/time100/artist/index/html) I don't think you haft to put all that garb in but its there incase. Well Im' off again got to go have fun all and good night ( PS. Scott from Ohio did you get your eye fixed? on your car that is

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Sunday, September 12, 1999

Hi Eric! Do come by more often, we miss you. Here's the AM quote for the day, this is from an interview done in 1972 and is about why she hates to be photographed: "I've been at least 35 years on the road, if they get four pictures, they print the worst! Tell me, why do they do that? I don't know what tHi Eric! Do come by more often, we miss you. Here's the AM quote for the day, this is from an interview done in 1972 and is about why she hates to be photographed: "I've been at least 35 years on the road, if they get four pictures, they print the worst! Tell me, why do they do that? I don't know what the psychology of it is. I think I'm going to ask an analyst!"

Eric


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Saturday, September 11, 1999

Here's a great page that's a hoot: outrageous commercials from the 50s, 60s and 70s. It's on the TV Party site, but the direct link is here:http://www.tvparty.com/emcomm.html OK, so I'll qualify this post with a Bewitched link (courtesy of the Oracle of Bacon) -- Agnes Moorehead was in "Since You Went Away" (1944) with Monty Woolley Monty Woolley was in "Zaza" (1939) with Bert Lahr, who is featured on this page as Satan in a Lay's commerical from 1970. Also check out the trippy convertable spot!

Tifanie


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Saturday, September 11, 1999

I just wanted to let you guys know that EM's movie Between the Darkness and the Dawn is on tonight/early morning at 2 central time on TBS. Which would be Sept. 12. The movie were a girl wakes up after being in a coma for 20 years.

LARRY TATE
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Saturday, September 11, 1999

Good news elizabeth montgomery & wesley eure's Aug/79 appearence on password plus is on the gameshow network on satellite galaxy 7 transponder 6 this & next week on sat. & sun & the following sat. as well @ 4.00pm est. AS well the belle starr video tape @ amazon.com is not the one lizzie did but another version of it, lizzie's was made in 1980.I hope this is of some help to my fellow bewitched elizabeth montgomery & of course agnes moorehead fans out there in the bewitched world.

Eric


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Saturday, September 11, 1999

Hi Jenny! Guess you and I decided to pop in about the same time. I'm getting fatigued from the political message board game; I hope to hang out here more often. Hope to see you. Hi also to Endora and all the old gang. (Even to deluxcolor if you're still alive.)

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Saturday, September 11, 1999

Hi Jenny! Welcome back and try to post more often! Sue: Dick York has a September Birthday. AM quote for the day: "I believe in the efficacy of prayer."

Big Dave


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Saturday, September 11, 1999

Great news everyone! If you look on www.bewitched.net in the tv schedules section there is a grid of what channel you can find the Screen Gems Network (SGN) in your area. For instance those of us that receive Utah broadcast stations can find it on KJZZ which is channel 14 in the Salt Lake area. I thought the SGN would be a whole channel unto itself but this is cool! I can't wait to see it!

Sue L.


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Friday, September 10, 1999

Happy Belated birthday Heather Ann. Are there any bewitched birthdays in Sept?

The Princess
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Friday, September 10, 1999

Jenny: It's so good to see you here! Where have you been? How's your mother-in-law (hee-hee)? Belle Starr was made in 1979 and is available at Amazon for $8.99. Now, don't be such a stranger!!

Ryan
iluvlucytoo@mtnworks.net


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Friday, September 10, 1999

Mark: All the new times for Bw and EVERYTHING else is all in my newsletter. Do you get it? Broph: I find info different places...tv guides...sometime straight from NAN! I try to give you guys the latest scoop on everything for Bewitched but sometimes i'm unaware of some things...so if you all have any news you don' see in the newsletter please let me know A.S.A.P. That I don't pick one day of the week to send the newsletter...I send it right something big happens. Thanks for all the support.

Jenny


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Friday, September 10, 1999

Hi Princess, Jeff, Eric, Tituba, Endora, Skip & anybody else I may have missed. How are you all? Hey can any of you possibly tell me what year Liz starred in *Belle Starr*? I've been hoping it would come out on cable but so far I've had no luck finding it. Hope you're all doing well. :-)

Big Dave


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Friday, September 10, 1999

Endora: I would have to heartily agree to that quote about scripture reading being as important as getting dressed. I find that when I do the day seems to be more manageable and a lot less stressful. Thanks again for sharing AM wisdom with us.

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Friday, September 10, 1999

Ling Ling: I too wondered about that "Dish of tea" comment. Of course when I say it it means my one cup is dirty and I don't feel like washing it so I drink from my one dish (LOL)! AM quote for the day, from the article she wrote for Guideposts in August 1965: "The Bible is the first thing I read every morning of my life, and the last thing at night. Most mornings now I have to leave the house at 5:30 for a six o'clock call at the TV studio. This means my Bible reading time comes at 4:45 a.m., but I would no more skip it than I would skip dressing. Again at night, when I've read the next day's script, I open the Bible. There I find rest for my weariness, strength for the job ahead, a pillar of fire to guide me through the night."

Ling Ling


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Friday, September 10, 1999

DISH of tea?!! My God! She drinks like a cat! Move over, I'm comin'!

Lucy
elbourne@email.unc.edu


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Thursday, September 9, 1999

I just checked the Nick at Nite website: I THINK that they have sorted out their problems! Everything seems to be at the correct time now! I think the other day they even advertised the wrong Bewitched episode, and it was one that I hadn't seen before. Luckily I couldn't sleep so I turned on the TV five minutes into the episode!

Edwina
e.haselberger@worldnet.att.net


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Thursday, September 9, 1999

Endora: Re the Earl Grey/Albee topic please read your e-mail. Truly it wasn't Earl Grey the goddess was referring... Earl Grey is a fine tea....I am certain the goddess enjoyed a cup or two in her time..... Albee on the other hand was a dish of tea tolerated by very few...(BFE)

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Thursday, September 9, 1999

AM quote for the day regarding theater in the sixties: "Albee isn't my dish of tea. I am not in sympathy with a play like 'Virginia Woolf.' It doesn't teach anything. It is neurotic, sordid." (I wonder if the tea she was referring to was Earl Grey....hmmmm)

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Thursday, September 9, 1999

Well, it looks like TV-NOW also has the wrong times for Bewitched. Excite's TV listings seem to be jiving with reality - the only problem is that they don't give detailed information about the episodes anymore. Ryan - where do you get your listings from?

Mark


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Thursday, September 9, 1999

Can anyone tell me what is going on with N@N??? Guide says 11:30 but Happy Days came on instead---UGH!!!. Please let me know.

Tifanie


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Thursday, September 9, 1999

By the way. Happy belated b-day Heather Ann.

Tifanie
elizabeth_41533@yahoo.com


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Thursday, September 9, 1999

Hey guys get this. There's a girl who went to my school, but graduated last year and she moved out to Cal. Well her best friend in Cal. has a grandpa and guess what his name is. SOL SAKS. I about died. I'm still floating on air. Maybe some Earl Gray will calm me down.

Heather Ann
pibby1@hotmail.com


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Wednesday, September 8, 1999

HI YOU GUYS!!!!!!! Sorry it took me forever to post, but once I got behind it takes me a crap load of time to catch up.:):) So, anyhew, my birthday so far today was super, but reading all your nice posts made it ten times better! Breen: Did you say that you're lazy? That is so cool!:) Dave: Are you doing your homework? It sucks, doesn't it! Talking about that, my Pre- Algebra and Geography are waiting for me upstairs.:( I'll talk to you guys later.:):):)

Scott from Ohio


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Wednesday, September 8, 1999

Happy Birthday, Ann. I hope you like this covered dish...

Girl
bewitchedgirl17@hotmail.com


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Wednesday, September 8, 1999

Hi every one how are you? How about a chat on friday night in my chat room 10pm EST time Lucy welcome to the USA e-mail me your new e-mail address.

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Wednesday, September 8, 1999

Actually, the War of the Worlds broadcast was to hide the invasion of the Red Lectroids on Earth. They're still working on their oscillation overthruster to return them to Planet 10 via the 8th dimension. Where are they going? Planet 10! When? Real soon!

Eric


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Wednesday, September 8, 1999

Endora, Re: The War of the Worlds and the people who fell for it and became hysterical: you have to keep in mind that they were from New Jersey. :)

Breen from London


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Wednesday, September 8, 1999

HERE IS MY POST THAT I TRIED TO POST BEFORE: In that case, Heather Ann, in case I miss you tomorrow, Happy Birthday.../...Wayne/ SCOOT, busted a dead animal.! Cartman would be proud of you.../...Broph, I'm glad your parents are okay.../...I have a question. I want to get images (photos) of 1164 Morning Glory Circle, without people in it (e.g. living room, kitchen, etc.). I supposed I can get screen grabs from TV and do cutting and pasting stuff to get the people out. But is there any images on the web that I could 'appropriate'? (I should know this if I was a proper fan, or I could search, but I'm lazy so I thought I'd ask you nice people.).../...Now, should I make a joke about which part AM played in War of the Worlds!!!!! No, I'd better know, Endora would kill me and I value myself too much for that (just about anyway).

Big Dave


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Wednesday, September 8, 1999

"Happy Birthday to You! Happy Birthday to You! Happy Birthday dear Heather! Happy Birthday to You" I hope you're having too much fun. Too bad I live so far away or we could go do something. Endora: As if I didn't have enough of my own homework....

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Wednesday, September 8, 1999

Heather Ann: Happy Birthday, here's an AM quote for you. "Every one, actors, musicians, painters, even plumbers and ditch diggers - do their best work when they have a full belly and are free of worry. It stands to reason that a person can't put forth his best effort if he's unhappy or if in the back of his mind there is gnawing worry about the butcher, baker, or reaction of his associates." So this means you should eat lots of cake, and that Big Dave should do whatever it takes to keep you worry free, including your homework for the day. This way you can put forth your best effort and enjoy your birthday. If Big Dave refuses to do this, let me know, and I'll punish him for you.

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Wednesday, September 8, 1999

Heather Ann - may you have a most wonderful and bewitching birthday today. May your dreams and wishes come true.

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Tuesday, September 7, 1999

I got a message from Breen just now - he tried to post earlier, but couldn't (he didn't mention if he could read the board - he just said post). I have noticed infrequent times when my server goes down. Unfortunately, because it's down, I can't post a message SAYING that it's down - and even then, that's only when I notice. But let me know if the "brownouts" become inconvenient (the ones I've seen last only a short time). I did, however, notice few people post after my last post today. Hmmmm...

Big Dave


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Tuesday, September 7, 1999

So somethings not right in the state of Nick-at-Nite. Or might even be TV Guide. It says in the tv guide that BW is on at 9:30 p.m. MST which is also what tv-now.com says BUT last night it came on at 11:30 p.m. which was O.K. with me because I was late getting back here to school. I don't know if I have mentioned this before but I am trying to record all the episodes. Currently I have about 2/3 of them including the Columbia House tapes. It's kindof like a quest to make sure I can get them all. But you know sometimes I get busy with other things. On another note I watched the Sabrina the Animated Series. It's very ages 4-10 but at least Nick Backay who is Salem's voice is on there. Heather Ann and I watched it. There were a few funny scenes. Speaking of Heather Ann she is going to have a birthday tomorrow.

Sue L.


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Tuesday, September 7, 1999

Who's the Boss marathon. References to Bewitched. Mona has red hair she pops in all the time. Angela is the advertising exec (Pres) and Tony is the house husband-(maid)Tony's daughter is named Samantha & the blond haired son. (2 kids are 4 yrs apart) like with Tabatha & Adam. The front door is similiar. We have ants again I sprayed all over the foundation. Wish I had a magical spell to get rid of them. First day of school here and yeah! Long summer time. I downloaded the Iffn song, Rockabye baby, I'll Blow You a Kiss from the BW site. I haven't heard from Erin to renew the fan club in 2 yrs. Does anyone know when she is due w/ #4 baby?

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Tuesday, September 7, 1999

Endora - but did he have FUN doing it?! It sounds like you had fund watching it, though. According to TV-NOW.com, Bewitched will continue on Nick at Nite through the end of September at the very least. (my version of the schedule: http://broph.homesite.net/ErinMurphy/bewitchedsched.html ). Nick at Nite and TV Land have had several programs that have aired on other stations, though in the past they seemed to have exclusive rights to Bewitched.

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Tuesday, September 7, 1999

Yes Alex AM was part of War of The Worlds, which many thought was a live broadcast about Martians landing in the US. There was a disclaimer at the beginning of the show stating it was a performance of an HG Wells story, but most people missed that, thought it was for real and panicked.

Alex


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Tuesday, September 7, 1999

Wasn't AM the one who was part of the radio brodcast about spaceships landing on earth and it scared people nearly to death?

Wayne
wclark2057@aol.com


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Tuesday, September 7, 1999

Endora I don't think so

Mark


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Tuesday, September 7, 1999

Hello everybody! I called ny local cable company and they said they knew nothing about the Screen Gems Network! I don't think I will be getting it. Does anyone know if N@N will still be showing BW after September 20th? BTW I am so glad that BW is back on at 11:30 again. "It's Wishcraft" was on the other night--one of my favorites. The confrontation between Endora & Mrs Stephens was great, one of my favorite scenes. I love the tension those two always had between them.

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Tuesday, September 7, 1999

Wayne: I drove all over Ohio w/Scott and never had a promble, so it must be you! Broph: I spent the weekend watching our own Chipper kick butt and take names playing baseball! Ling Ling: Shakespearean actors wear tight pants too (what do you think first attracted me to Maurice), and perform far more entertainingly than football players (and they don't sweat like racehorses while doing it!) Sam R: You lucky lucky girl, to dream about AM! So where did you go for lunch? I hope you picked up the check! AM/Endora quote for the day, regarding radio: "I have chronic mike fright before, but never during a radio performance. Frankly, any performance is preceded by a wave of nausea, but I believe "mike fright" scares actors into being constantly on their toes. My worst error on the air was the time I said "I'll give the bull a pill" instead of "I'll give the bell a pull."

Tifanie


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Tuesday, September 7, 1999

Hi y'all. Thought I'd post. Did anyone notice what time BW came on last night? I went to bed at 10:30 the time it was suppossed to be on. The shows that aired were totally different from what was on N@N site.

Scott from Ohio


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Monday, September 6, 1999

Wayne!!! Control yourself...Loose lips sink ships! For the record, my contact lens somehow went up under my eyelid at the exact moment we entered Interstate 64 and that &$%# animal was ALREADY DEAD! I just "repositioned it"(smile) to the point its own mother wouldn't recognize it. Anyway, it all ended well. We watched stars for about an hour. Wayne wanted to wear sheets and walk beside the road. Of course, we couldn't find stage curtains big enough to wrap around us hueys!

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Monday, September 6, 1999

Just settling in before I get my last shuteye before going back to work after a long weekend (and I do mean a long weekend after a replaced muffler, yardwork, a trip to the airport - and they changed the road AGAIN!). I can't even remember if I had posted directly about how my folks were in a car accident some weeks ago (they're FINE, though my mother's car is in the shop and since then my father's car was hit by a trailer - nope, I'm never bored). Anyway, I took my folks out to dinner Saturday night - the place they had been the night of the accident and they reminded me of something I don't think I've told anyone about the accident (correct me if I'm wrong). My mother loves watching ER and it's shown Saturday nights at 7pm on a local channel(she can't see the weekday reruns since she works 3-11). My father assured her that he'd get her home in time to watch the show, but they ended up having the accident. Instead of watching ER, they ended up in the ER. Their doctor? Dr. Green. True story guys - I couldn't make this stuff up! How's THAT for off-topic (best wishes to Jorgen!).

Ling Ling


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Monday, September 6, 1999

Lucy! I'm glad that your first experience with American football was a Univ. of VA game, and I'm glad that UVA won! Who cares what's going on when there's men in tight pants involved? Whoever asked if AM's biography (the one posted on Wendy's site) is good, I give a resounding YES!!!!! to that! Everyone should read it.

Kat
kattboxx@yahoo.com


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Monday, September 6, 1999

Just a quick Hello to all of my friends here on this magical board! Can't stay...way too busy, but think of you all the time. Kat

Wayne


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Monday, September 6, 1999

Sorry I was typing to fast getting late and must go to work Scoot means Scott from Ohio

Wayne


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Monday, September 6, 1999

Breen Its jsut one of those things you haft to get out of your system e all have herd how bad the movie is but we wanted to see for ourselves,but it is worth going to see if you want something to pick at and some of its kind of funny in a stupid way of course when you het me and scoot fom ohio together we will bust out laughing at anything for no reason someone in the back was going oh my god and we were setting there laughing you can't take us anywhere We even got started laughing over scott going down the highway with only one headlight in his 67 chevy and one of his contacts had fallen out so he couldn't see people were blowing their horns because he was all over the road doing 50 in a 70 mph zone and then he busted a dead animal so we went for Ice cream

Breen from London


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Monday, September 6, 1999

Ooops. Sorry. That may be the first time I've double posted. And now I'm making it worse by making another post just to apologise for taking up the board wiht the second post (or is the the first?)....BTW Olivia Newton John rocks.

Sam R
ramills58@hotmail.com


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Monday, September 6, 1999

EDWINA: Too much! I had a dream with AM in it last Wednesday night! She was dressed as Endora as well. She was not audible though. In the dream, she showed up unexpectedly at my work to take me to lunch. She was standing outside our office doors in the bright sunshine. There was so much vivid color. The way her red hair shone with the sun on it, it was gorgeous. I was so thrilled and honored. It was a brief dream but it was so cool. She just stood there looking around her as she waited, looking admiringly at the blue sky and the trees, smiling a content, small smile.

Breen from London


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Monday, September 6, 1999

I'm sorry you guys have had such a bad time going to see the Blair Witch movie. At least you are saving me the hassle. You should have been sensible and just seen 'South Park, the Musical'...IF DOLPHINS ARE SO SMART, WHY DO THEY KEEP GETTING CAUGHT UP IN THOSE FISHING NETS........IF DOLPHINS ARE SO SMART, WHY DO THEY LIVE IN IGLOOS.

Breen from London


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Monday, September 6, 1999

I'm sorry you guys have had such a bad time going to see the Blair Witch movie. At least you are saving me the hassle. You should have been sensible and just seen 'South Park, the Musical'...

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Monday, September 6, 1999

Yes, I have AM's bio here are your quotes from it. First is AM on theater: "I think of theater as a place of instructive entertainment where you can sit and learn to laugh or cry. I'm not going to ever contribute to delinquency in my roles, either adult or juvenile delinquency; I think too much of the public." Next is a quote about AM from Ceaser Romero who was her escort the night she won her Emmy for Night of the Vicious Valentine: "The night she won the Emmy award she just sat there stunned. She was totaly unprepared to accept. She said "I've never won before, so I expected I wouldn't this time. I wish I'd have dressed for it." She just sat there, too stunned to move. I said "Agnes Agnes - get up get up, go up and accept it."

Wayne From Arabia
wclark2057@aol.com


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Monday, September 6, 1999

Yes Scott and I went to see the Blair Witch Project and it was a total suck There was no Witchand, from what I could gather they made it look like the killer was the guy had had killed the children years before. These people was supposed to be out in the woods all this time and all but when they took off their hats their hair was clean and, I bet they wee no more than 100 yards from the road and slept in campers all night It was the poorest acting job I had ever seen the only reason it made so much money is becasue they let people believ it was about people vanishing do to a witch come back to life and there was no Witch in the entire movie

Scott from Ohio


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Monday, September 6, 1999

I am ashamed to admit it but I saw the Blair Witch Project and it was such a JOKE! Wayne from Ohio and I went to see it and laughed all through it and even heard other people laughing, too. At the end of it, he hurriedly got up and started to walk out. I was right behind him for fears that someone we may know may see us- it was that pitiful! Its bad when the best part of a hyped up movie was when the characters died (which indicated the end.)

TITUBA


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Monday, September 6, 1999

Thanks Breen...you are thoughtful. Yes the Blair Witch sucked! Witch? What witch? A total ripoff! Now for a good film...go see the 13th Warrior, now there's a good movie! Why can't our beloved Bewitched be on at a more normal time!

Breen from London


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Sunday, September 5, 1999

Happy Labor Day to all the Bewitched fans in the States.

Ryan


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Sunday, September 5, 1999

Kelly: This make pissed off a little more, September 6 Nick at Nite will return to normal schedule. And Bewitched doesn't come on until 1:30am and 5:30am. Sorry.

Kelly


(IP Address: 205.188.195.37)Browser:Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 4.01; AOL 4.0; Windows 98)
Sunday, September 5, 1999

I love the show Bewitched, and can't seem to get enough of it. I watch it on nick-at-nite, but I am really pissed with this block party summer business. I used to watch Bewitched at 11:30pm, but now I have insomnia because I have to wait until 1AM to see it!!!! Everyone needs to clog nick-at-nite's mailbox asking them to change the schedule a little bit. It isn't even summer anymore, so at least get rid of the name "Block Party Summer"!

Big Dave


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Sunday, September 5, 1999

First of all I would like to say that "The Blair Witch Project" sucked big time!!! I saw it for the first time yesterday and I was so disappointed! I would say the internet site is more scary! And, frankly, they mis-titled the movie. They should've named it "The F*#% Fest Project". Anyone that uses the F-word that much is just plain ignorant. And I just about wanted to slap that Heather girl...Who here knows that they are going to be able to get the Screen Gems Network in their area? I keep hearing things like it will be in 90% of the market but I don't see anything about it on the local cable or satellite, more specifically, DirecTv...I don't know if we all saw the Agnes Moorehead biography on www.bewitched.net. I haven't had a chance to read it yet. Endora, is it any good? I'm sure you have the book in your possession. Also on that site is a little bit more about the twins who played Adam. It's rather scary but David Mandel looks alot like my friend Dave.

Lucy
elbourne@email.unc.edu


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Sunday, September 5, 1999

Breen: I'm sure you're right about the soccer: but I guess that's their loss! I really enjoyed the football...the atmosphere was wonderful and the band was amazing! However: I knew that football teams were big, but what I hadn't realised was the number of squad players on each team! Why do they need all of them? I swear I counted at least 70 players on the sidelines! Sorry, I'm not meaning to dump on your national game: I just wanted to make these observations as a foreigner so perhaps someone could explain it all to me!

Breen from London


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Sunday, September 5, 1999

Lucy: It's because in America, all the games are arranged so they can show them on TV, with LOADS of advertisements in between. That's one of the reasons Soccer has never caught on.

TITUBA


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Saturday, September 4, 1999

Lucy: I'm with you! Why does it have to last so long!

Lucy
elbourne@email.unc.edu


(IP Address: 152.19.227.159)Browser:Mozilla/4.5 (Win98; I)
Saturday, September 4, 1999

Hi everyone! I'm now truly entering into the spirit of America: I went to my first football game today! Unfortunately, UNC lost in the last 30 seconds: I think I jinx every team that I support! But why oh why does a game that is only supposed to last 60 minutes take nearer 3 and a half hours??!!

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Saturday, September 4, 1999

Note to self - when I get a convertible, remember not to let Endora eat ice cream in it (think of the upholstery!).

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Saturday, September 4, 1999

Edwina: You dreamed about Endora, lucky girl! Last night I dreamed I was riding around the countryside in a convertible eating ice cream, which isn't as good as Endora, but isn't bad either! AM quote for the day from 1972 given in response to an interviewer who asked her if she still found performing a challenge after all these years: "Of course, if something isn't a challenge why do it?"

Ryan


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Saturday, September 4, 1999

Hi everyone! There is a new Bewitched poll at http://apps2.vantagenet.com/apolls/poll.asp?id=8117201825 and please vote in the first in a series polls that will determine what the top 5 Bewitched episodes are at http://apps2.vantagenet.com/apolls/poll.asp?id=8117191717 Thanks everyone!

Lucy
elbourne@email.unc.edu


(IP Address: 152.19.227.159)Browser:Mozilla/4.5 (Win98; I)
Saturday, September 4, 1999

Hey everyone! I'm still recovering from a lovely false fire alarm we had at 3:30am in our residence hall yesterday morning... so I thought I'd stay up late and watch Bewitched in case it happens again! I think I'm correct in saying that today, the 4th, is the 71st anniversary of Dick York's birth.

Victor (Vic's Bewitched Page)
VictorMas@aol.com


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Saturday, September 4, 1999

Hi Everybody! I just wanted to direct everyone to my site - Vic's Bewitched Page" - http://members.aol.com/BewitchVic/main.html - I have a real scoop for us Bewitched fans! Check out the link that says "INSIDE SCOOP" regarding The Screen Gems Network. You won't be disappointed!

Sue L.


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Saturday, September 4, 1999

My husband's dad had an Uncle Arthur. His brother had twins & named them Frank & Arthur which are 1st cousins to my father-in-law. My mom-in-law has a gold refrigerator. I gave a stove coffee pot- (glass) like Sam's to someone I babysat for. that was interesting. And she had red hair.

Edwina


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Friday, September 3, 1999

Endora: Reading all the really neat, interesting facts and quotes you have posted regarding Agnes Moorehead... I had a dream about her. Agnes was dressed as Endora....hmmmmmmm I wonder how that happened... Agnes was audible(of course).... Agnes was mostly speaking the information you were quoting....and a few other facts....It was really "Kewel!" Thank you... I know how much she means to you, and just wanted to fill you in... Have a Bewitching Weekend All.... (BFE)

Sue L.


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Friday, September 3, 1999

We did live on Esmeraldas once, but only for 4.5 yrs. That was a few years ago. There could be a Samantha St or Drive or Darrin St too. It was just a coincidence. There is a Chevy Chase St or Drive or something. True! I don't have any other connections except I know someone with a gold refreigerator. We had an earthtone decor once, but the Stephens had the avocado, gold decor. Yes, we had a color tv set. Our drapes were white w/ gold trim and heavy drapes too. We replaced them with ivory curtains. We have a gabled front window at our house.

Sue L.


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Friday, September 3, 1999

As a note that the Esmeraldas Drive (Esmeralda) We know people that live on that street. We don't- sorry to dissappoint all of you. It could be anywhere, USA!sorry! correction. It was AM's house in hollywood I think. We did not ring the doorbell, we just drove by.

Endora
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Friday, September 3, 1999

Skip: Ling Ling also caught the avocado reference. Pretty funny! Or maybe it was just AM's way of letting me (us) know that she reads the board (LOL). AM/Endora quote for the day, this is about her childhood: "Have you seen some of these kids up on the Boulevard? They look like they're out of the pit! Children today donít know the fun of a toboggan party or a taffy pull, or a great sleigh ride with three or four progressive dinners where you stopped off at one house for soup, then you went to another house. And youíd be laughing and singing and get out of the sleigh and have the entree or dessert at the last house.Ē

Sam R
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Friday, September 3, 1999

Hi everybody. I know this is unBW related but so many of you have been so marvelous with your prayers and good wishes to my stepfather, Jorgen. I had promised to keep everyone updated as to what was happening. He has not actually started radiation treatments yet, as the doctors are designing a mold to protect the area surrounding where they are going concentrate the treatment. I was going to go visit them this weekend but with the long weekend rush, which I discussed with my mother, we all thought it best that I come up the following weekend for a few days. I think that Jorgen and my Mother would probably like to say a few words to all of you who have been praying for him or passing on your positive thoughts. They are Bewitching people and watch the show all the time. Jorgen is a fan just a little while ago and he just loves it. He is amazed that you all have been supporting him. Every joke I send my Mother's way,she calls him to come and look at it, many of them come from you, here, on this Board, and it cheers him so much, and makes him laugh. I thank you all. You have given so much.

Pandora
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Thursday, September 2, 1999

Also....Continental is currently showing reruns of Bewitched on their movie flights.......

Pandora
MShum@aol.com


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Thursday, September 2, 1999

Bernard Fox, Dr. Bombay on Bewitched, joins Passions in the same role! He can be seen starting on Friday, September 17. The character of Dr. Bombay on Passions, is of course, a longtime friend of Tabitha's (a evil witch on the show) To view a picture of this Tabitha and her house as seen on Passions you can go here: http://www.nbc.com/passions/tabithas_tour/pgv_map_tabitha_pop.html Passions airs in all time zones at 2p.m. on NBC. Chimps? What's next? In a few weeks, you'll be seeing Samantha, Darrin, and all the rest portrayed in a way you've never imagined -- as apes. That's right, on Thursday, September 16, you can see a few "Bewitched" roles played by chimps on "The Chimp Channel" They'll actually meet a couple of monkeys from I dream of Jeannie, and Jeannie and Sam will have a power contest.

Skip


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Thursday, September 2, 1999

Endora: Did you say AVOCADO??? I don't know about that Agnes Moorehead, pushing a recipe of such a questionable (dare I say it? - atrocious!!) colour ... :-)

Big Dave


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Thursday, September 2, 1999

For all those that happen to enjoy Sabrina the Teenage Witch there is a new animated series based on the show. Melissa Joan Hart voices her two aunts. I haven't seen it yet but it is on the UPN in the afternoons (well, in Utah it is.) I wonder how well a "Samantha" the animated series would do....

Big Dave


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Thursday, September 2, 1999

Endora: Well, considering he's her FOURTH husband....

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Thursday, September 2, 1999

Bought a cookbook today that had a very bizarre dessert recipe submitted by AM. It's short so here it is let me know what you think: 3 Large Ripe Avocados, 1/4 cup fresh lime juice, 1-1/2 cups sugar. Cut chilled avocados in half a few minutes before serving. Remove pulp, keeping the skin intact. Whip pulp, sugar and lime juice to a smooth, velvety cream (about 5 minutes). Pile back into skins and serve at once w/wedges of lime. Makes 6 servings and can be flavored w/any liqueur, using, then, only 1 cup sugar.

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Thursday, September 2, 1999

Big Dave: And how does your friend Bonnie feel about leaving her husband moving to Texas????

Big Dave


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Thursday, September 2, 1999

Endora: If you can make your way to Hagerstown, MD there is an old Victorian home on Virginia Ave which is painted in every hue of lavender/purple imagineable! It is a really cool house. My friend, Bonnie, was looking at buying it and she said it's even cooler on the inside. (BTW, I know this isn't BW related but magical still the same, Bonnie, in her younger years looked a great deal like Jeannie. In fact her husband said he married her because of that:) He now says that there are certain times if her makeup is done just right that she looks a lot like Endora, and I would have to agree.) And any woman that wears leopard or decorates with leopard is high up in my book.

mike


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Thursday, September 2, 1999

Broph, thanks for answering my question about A&E. I found out how to order the EM (hey, I abbreviated!) biography. In fact, I'm going to go order it now. BYE

Skip


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Thursday, September 2, 1999

Endora: If you are happy in a black room with leopard skin prints, more power to you! Personally I think I would suffocate in a black room, because I am a little claustrophobic and I feel most at ease in large rooms with lots of light, but that's me. The point is, I think whatever colours make you feel peaceful, those are the colours that are right for you. (Even if they are gold and avocado!!)

Alex


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Thursday, September 2, 1999

Endora you said AM like Lavender I have some roses that are called Blue Moon but when the bloom out they look lavender I got them at Lowe's I don't know if you have one in your area or not. Speaking of roses I'm looking for one calle the EM rose I can't remembervwho was telling me about it so if anyone knows of such a rose please post it for me Thanks

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Thursday, September 2, 1999

Skip: I moved away from home in 1983. In the 80's my home's colors were black w/leopard. In the 90's my home's colors are black w/leopard(except for the dungeon, which was painted gray w/lavender in honor of AM). In the 21st century my home's colors will be black w/leopard. Black w/leopard rules, and is fashionable in any season. Green w/gold was just as horrible to me in the 70s as it is today. AM/Endora quote for the day, still on the cooking interview. This quote is about her farm (since Sue mentioned her house): "My farm's kitchen has beautiful storage space, everything you can possibly think of: all the cooking accessories, blenders, broilers, self cleaning stoves that make cooking easier."

Wayne


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Thursday, September 2, 1999


Polychrome


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Thursday, September 2, 1999

My Goodness! Such colorful memories! I have really enjoyed reading all the responses to my question. My mom painted half the furniture in the house green and "antiqued" it with black. While I was visiting her last month, she and I talked about that and she was wondering what possessed her to do it. Gold pompom ball curtains? You bet we had'em! Big Dave-I am envious! Everytime I watched Bewitched when I was a little girl I would rummage through my mother's closet trying to find clothes like Samantha wore. I never did find what I was looking for. Endora-I would love to have a color named after myself! Wouldn't you? Before I get the day rolling I will add two more personal links to Bewitched-I had an Uncle Arthur and I once got to meet(shake hands, say hello)to Paul Lynde. Take care everybody and have a Bewitching day!

Scott from Ohio


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Thursday, September 2, 1999

All this talk about these colors that I like gets me so tore up that I'll have to hit the Valium saltlick before climbing into bed. What a

Ling Ling


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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

Big Dave: You still have those? My Mom got disgusted one day and tore hers down - she hasn't had curtains in that window for at least 20 years! Skip: When we become slaves to fashion (like my Mom was), it most definitely IS worth vomiting over it after it's shoved down your throat so much! Sue L.: Tell us about AM's house. Was she there? Did you ring the doorbell? Was this the house in Ohio, or Villa Agnese? We want details! Suzanne: Irene Vernon played Louise Tate before leaving the show after the black and white years. Kasey Rogers took over the role after that.

The Princess
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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

Suzanne: The other Louise Tate was Kasey Rogers. The original was Irene Vernon.

Suzanne
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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

I was reading in the t.v. guide that there were 2 Louise Tates. Does anyone remember the other one?

TITUBA


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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

Alright, it seems that most of us are around the same age. I didn't mind the gold so much....how would you like a bright yellow bathroom with olive green carpet? Very shagadellic! Endora; I wish you could see my neighbors house, every wall is a different hue of lavender and it is wildly decorated....I think AM would have loved it!

Sue L.


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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

Oops I forgot to say that the school colors were blue & gold. I can't say we had gold anywhere in our houses.

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

Mike - your post rang a bit like a problem poster we had who, yes, did post from your library system (the system only has one IP address, so I don't know what branch he posted from - if this site is bookmarked on the machine you used, there's a good chance that he was once there). In any case, it's very common for the users here to abbreviate - we're not likely to stop it, but we will explain abbreviations when asked. There is no "AE" other than "A&E", but there is a channel "E!" which is like "Entertainment Tonight" 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Tituba - truly the queen of names and titles. You rock! My "real life" connection - we have (still have) the same coffepot that the Stephens use (not the clear glass one). Erin Murphy's site has changed. There is no current mention of her attending the World's Largest Disco. She still doesn't have e-mail, but you can now post messages to her on a Web board: http://www.tvtoys.com/bewitched/messages.htm . That isn't all, but it's all I can think of right now.

Sue L.


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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

What is my personal tie to bewitched? I grew up with the orange shag carpeting and the orange curtains in the kitchen.As for the avocado color not that I remember. Tabatha was born on my 7th birthday. My Aunt was born in 1933 like Liz, and a cousin was born on 4/15 & my sister in law is 4/15. We lived on an Esmeraldas Drive (Esmeralda) my former initials were SAM now SAL! We drove by Agnes Moorehead's house years ago. this was about 1969 or 70?

mike
not indiana joe


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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

You're pretty clever Broph. These are public use computers with internet access here at the Marion County Public Library in Indianapolis Indiana at the Pike Library Branch. All of our libraries offer this to their patrons, isn't that great? I do know what the A&E network is but I've never heard of AE. Later.

Broph
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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

Guys and gals - I was stuck in class all day today, so I barely got a chance to check in (I rigged one of the PCs in the training room to get out to the Internet - they're only supposed to be hooked up for internal use). That was at 2:30pm and there was already too much to read! I will get caught up, though (BTW, if anyone sent e-mail to my work address, I won't be able to read it until the morning).

Big Dave


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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

Mark and Ling-Ling: You guys have those gold pom-pom ball curtains too? I thought my household was the only one decorating our windows with a 70's relic!

Skip


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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

True, gold and avocado green are definitely passee as far as decorating goes. But decor is like fashion, it comes and goes. And when it's in, it's in. What I'm trying to say is, the gold/green scheme was not atrocious AT THE TIME ... it only seems so now, because it's no longer stylish. The late 70s had everything in brown and beige, in the 80s it was greys and pinks, in the 90s forest greens ... the point is, eventually we get fed up with everything. But in its own time, it's fine. So, there's no point vomiting over a shag rug as long as we remember it was 1972.

Mark


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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

Ling Ling: Oh my God! I haven't thought about those curtains in years--only ours were fiberglass! with those gold pom poms hanging down the seam.

Ling Ling


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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

We had an atrocious avocado green shag rug in the living room, and disgusting gold burlap curtains in the kitchen - the kind with those little pom pom balls dangling down the edges. Yuck! And Endora, yes, I did outgrow my pink bedroom phase, but I want it known that AM herself had a pink bedroom (so there!). Another thing about my parents - as soon as I moved out of my bedroom (it was pastel yellow, also) and into my brother's old room, they painted my old room pink!

Big Dave


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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

My "personal" ties to BW also included the avocado and gold kitchen, like the rest of you. It was that way until about four years ago. The hood over the stove and the sink, though, are the only things which remain that atrocious green. My birthday is October 16, the same day as Adam's and also the birthday of Alice Pearce. Also the curtains which hang in our play room downstairs is the same pattern and color as the dress that Serena wears when she meets Franklyn Blodgett. And every now and again my mother remarks about how she wore some of the same things that Samantha wears, especially towards the end of the series. And now that I'm thinking about it the green carpet that adorns the staircase in the earlier episodes is the same carpet we had on our stairs when I was younger.

Scott from Ohio


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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

Tituba, how did you guess! No, just kidding. I know of a Rupert Murdoch! I have enjoyed the conversations over the colors of the early '70's. I like the orange and turquoise schemes here and there from the '60s. That is definetly my era! I always thought the Stevens' House would be nicer if it had the Brady orange cabinetry in the kitchen and the open stair case- AND SITTING IN THIS FIELD!!!

Jeff H


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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

Hi Everyone! Last night on PAX TV's "Chicken Soup for the Soul", Fred Wayne reprised his role of Benjamin Franklin. It was like watching an old friend from the past. I guess he and Aunt Clara had such a great "night on the town" that he decided to stay in the 20th Century for good!!

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

Ling Ling: My mother painted my room pastel yellow. It was a nightmare! I wanted black. Sigh. If my mother had been more like Endora I would be even more magnificent than I am now (LOL). P.S. You did outgrow that (shudder) pink phase didn't you?

Ling Ling


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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

Not only did my Mom torture us with the gold and avocado sheme in the kitchen, but it appeared in the living room, the bathroom, the dining room, and her bedroom and bathroom (there were 2 bathrooms like this). She wouldn't let me have a pink bedroom, so I stupidly chose yellow, which she proceeded to bombard with green (avocado). And the outside of the house was (still is) painted green. Now she can't understand why she doesn't like green or gold... (Oh, my High School's colors were green and gold, too). If she had had the decorating taste of AM, I wouldn't be such a mess now!!!

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

AM's favorite color was lavender. She also gave herself the nickname "Madame Mauve" because she loved that color as well. Her home(s) were decorated in a special shade of lavender/mauve called "Moorehead Mauve" by her decorator. AM's love for lavender began when she was 17.

Mark


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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

Tituba: I beleive AM was called the "Lavender Lady" in Beverly Hills. She LOVED lavender--so I read.

TITUBA


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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

Oh My God! How could I forget those avacado and gold years! Endora: wasn't purple the color of choice for AM?

Mark


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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

Polycrome: I don't know if this is a personal link to Bewitched or not but what the hey. I named my daughter who is 5 now "Samantha". I was also born in June (same month as Erin but differant year, 1963). BTW I was given a 1965 Bewitched Fun & Activity Book from a friend in which I am keeping for her someday. I also have a refrigerator magnet of Liz on one of her galmour shots. She is in a black catsuit laying on a chez lounge chair holding her hair up on one side of her head. She must have taken it in her early 20's. My parents also had that gold & avacodo look from the 70's in their kitchen. Actually although I prefer the Dick York years, I liked the house in the Dick Sargent years (6th & 7th seasons when the sets were changed). I think the house looks real cozy and warm. It looks like it really belongs in Connecticut moreso than the earlier set. That house is my dream home- I love the layout. I frequently visit Adam Jones' site linked from Vic's BW page. (Lucky Vic got to actually see the Columbia lot!)

Skip


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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

Polychrome: My personal link to 'Bewitched' is my birthday (same as Liz's ... but I was born several decades later of course).

Endora
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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

P.S. AM's specialties in the kitchen were "Northern Fried Chicken" (her term) and lasagna.

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

Polychrome: My "real life" connection w/BW was that my mother had Samantha's horridly mortal decorating taste! We had the same "gold and and avocado" color scheme in our house in the 70s as Sam and Durwood did in theirs. To quote Endora "I shudder to think about it!" AM/Endora quote for the day, in response to a cooking editor who asked AM if she cast any spells in the kitchen: "I hope I cast a spell on other people in the kitchen. I like to experiment. My motherís mother came from Dublin and was an extremely fine cook, but we didnít learn; we just admired what she did. I give big brunches with great cheese souffles or a lobster or shellfish mousse, with a light sweet or fruit and cheese for dessert."

Polychrome


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Wednesday, September 1, 1999

Tituba-I love the title! Mine would probably include "Most High Pennypincher". I was wondering if anybody on the board has any personal links to Bewitched-not computer links-but stuff that ties one to the series on a personal level? For instance, I used to sit next to a boy in high school biology whose nickname was, believe it or not, Durwood! The first house we ever owned had a stove like Samantha's with the marvelous double ovens up top. I grew up in Fort Wayne, IN which is where Dick York lived at one time. My sister lived in Mishawaka, IN where Irene Vernon was originally from. Does anybody else have little ties like that to the show? Broph, I really love this board!

Ling Ling


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Tuesday, August 31, 1999

Scott from Ohio: Hmmmm... You're middle name wouldn't be Rupert, would it? (smile, wink, wink)

TITUBA


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Tuesday, August 31, 1999

BTW...Broph: you know you rock, don't you?

TITUBA
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Tuesday, August 31, 1999

Big Dave: bonana fana? Hmmm, sounds a little fishy to me. Would you like to hear my title? Well here it is anyway "Queen Tituba O' Hopper Of The Sage and Slayer Of The Toilet Bowl"...how's that? Give up my first born? Never! How about a Mother In Law? That would do nicely!

Sam R
ramills58@hotmail.com


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Tuesday, August 31, 1999

ENDORA: Feeling most relaxed now that I've soothed my aching back and to say how I love those marvelous AM quotes! BROPH: As always, this is such a Bewitching place and a joy to visit. Thanks for keeping it all together. Like any family, Bewitched or otherwise, arguments or disscussions are to be expected. You are all such a tittilating bunch!

lindsey


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Tuesday, August 31, 1999

great site super show

Scott from Ohio


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Tuesday, August 31, 1999

(smile)

Ling Ling


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Tuesday, August 31, 1999

Princess: I love the cast and crew of BW! I love the cast and crew of BW! I love the cast and crew of BW! Now say Hi to Rupert for me on your way out!

Broph
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Tuesday, August 31, 1999

Thanks for the support guys, but you're all what makes this place great (no, Endora - You're All, not 'yall). Now that we're past that emotional stuff, an update on Spooky World. There WILL be a Spooky World this year, BUT 1) Erin Murphy probably won't be there this year, 2) Spooky World will only be held on weekends (just like King Richard's Faire) and 3) it's going to be held in a completely different city (Endora - you still remember how to get to the old location, right?). There aren't too many details yet, but there should be soon. Do you guys realize that tomorrow is Sept. 1st? October is now only a month away!

Big Dave


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Tuesday, August 31, 1999

Ling-Ling: I wish she was! Unfortunately when we first met I was pursuing another girl. I set Mack up with one of my friends thinking they would just have a brief fling but that was not the case. Princess: Really, no hard feelings...Everyone: On a BW note I'm taking a desktop publishing class and our assignment right now is to design a brochure, so I decided to do one about BW or maybe even the "Bewitched Forever". My other ideas were to do one about Hagerstown, MD or the magnificence of our new Lazy Boy. Everybody in class thought the BW brochure was the funnest (if that's a word) and they all started jabbering about how they really liked the show.

The Princess
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Tuesday, August 31, 1999

Big Dave: It looks like you're willing to meet me halfway so a truce can be called, and I'm certainly willing to do the same. Perhaps I, too, was having a promble with a crazy girlfriend or two when I logged in yesterday and I may have gone overboard when I thought you were questioning the authenticity of my tiara! Really, it's genuine! (Genuine what? Don't ask!) I love this board; let's have some fun!

Ling Ling


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Tuesday, August 31, 1999

Big Dave: Is she one of your crazy girlfriends?

Big Dave


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Tuesday, August 31, 1999

What I REALLY meant to say was it's nice NOT to have to put up my first child as collateral just to post. I do know a Princess so I was comparing by her standards. And just for kicks I'll share her name: Princess Mackenzie Angelina Contessa Louisa Francesca Banana Fana Bo Besca III or just plain Dot...

Big Dave


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Tuesday, August 31, 1999

O.K. Maybe yesterday my cosmic chromosomes were out of whack. I logged on to the board when I was really in a rather irritated mood what with school and crazy girlfriends and the like.... Broph:I too want to thank you for running such a great ship! I always think it's fun to hear from others who have a true appreciation for great t.v. and like Endora said it's nice to have to put my first born child up for collateral just to post. Endora: I have enjoyed your AM quotes. Keep 'em coming...

Endora
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Tuesday, August 31, 1999

Broph: You go boy! That's why this is my favorite place on the web. Along w/my free speech rights, I also appreciate that I don't have to give my social security number and blood type before posting! Big Dave: I know Princess and Ling Ling and trust me, even when they reach their "golden years" (which is in itself a somewhat negative term BTW) they'll still be beautiful inside and out. Oh yea, and Ling Ling prefers Earl Grey to cream.....Ling Ling and Princess: I will take you up on that offer to hassle you if you ever decide on plastic surgery, and be warned, even Maurice says I have a memory like a steel trap! Scott from Ohio: Very astute! AM/Endora quote for the day once again about TV (although based on recent posts it could also be about this board LOL): "It's just frightening, the stuff they put on!

Ling Ling


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Tuesday, August 31, 1999

BTW, who here knows how a Princess really acts? Do you know any personally? And I daresay that looking at a photo of our Princess is like looking into a mirror (although she's the one with the tiara). If, after we've both reached our "golden years," either one of us has resorted to plastic surgery, I'll be sure to submit a photo of us for all to criticize.

TITUBA


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Tuesday, August 31, 1999

Princess: So I see you like to stir the pot a bit. Hmmmm....saucer of milk, table two....grrrrrrrr.

Ling Ling


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Monday, August 30, 1999

Big Dave: My remark was sarcastic. Of course I love all the cast and crew who made my favorite TV program the best in the world. But I agree with Princess - that people should be aware that aging naturally is a beautiful process. And while I don't necessarily support the Bewitched Again project, I wish Kasey and Mark luck in their endeavors. Finally, I'd like to thank Broph again and again for maintaining this great BW Board. He doesn't get thanked enough for providing an outlet for everyone's opinions, remarks, and suggestions on our favorite show.

The Princess
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Monday, August 30, 1999

Broph: I've said this to other people and now I guess I'll say it straight to you: You're too good to be true! I wish there were more like you! (I'll quit now before I break into song!) This is a great board; you should be very proud!

Scott from Ohio
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Monday, August 30, 1999

ALRIGHT KIDS! IF I HAVE TO STOP THIS CAR... Just kidding. Unfortunately, my car stops on its own without warning and usually in a busy intersection where all my friends and family can see me. That car is so thoughtful!!! Well, I just saw my video of the E! special and was quite pleased with it except for seeing poor little Alice Ghostly (sp?) We need to send some good thoughts her way. I was surprised (pleasantly) how much time was devoted to EM. But I tend to agree with Endora about needing more time for AM and all the others which made the show the success that it WAS and still IS! We love you Alice if you read this board!! In defense of The Princess, people sometimes say what others are mearly thinking...

Broph
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Monday, August 30, 1999

Delete the posts? I'd have to say not - I rarely find the need to delete any posts from the board and when I do, it's usually the post of some child-like mind or some spammer who cares nothing about the board. This is truly the board of the people and anyone is welcome to express their ideas, opinions, life experiences and oh yeah - occasionally remember that it's a Bewitched Web board. Though some "members" may be young, I think there was only one posting by a board regular that I've ever deleted - and that was by mistake. I'm not the thought police - my opinion definitely does not reign supreme just because we use some Web space that I've got access to - if that were the case I might as well just close up shop right now. Sure, I get to promote some ideas in ways that others don't. For instance (and this is not just 'cause the Princess mentioned it), the link for the page for "Bewitched Again" has been up there awhile, but I personally would like to see a "next generation" version of Bewitched, especially if Erin Murphy was to be a part of it. If you'd rather not see the link, just let me know and it'll be gone (at least from the board). But the board is the main part of this site and always will be. There are still a number of current members who have been here longer than I have and they would be the LAST people whose posts I would delete. To anyone who disagrees with someone's opinion, give one of your own - it's free!

The Princess
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Monday, August 30, 1999

Thanks to everyone for the phone calls, e-mails, and IM messages showing your support, agreement, and laughs. It's been fun! Broph: Please know that if you wish to delete all of today's controversial posts, I won't be offended. I said what needed to be said and I believe my words fell on all the right ears.

The Princess
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Monday, August 30, 1999

Big Dave: Thank you for your opinion. I don't think you need to worry about Ms. Rogers being offended by anything posted on this board since she only comes here when she wants us to make phone calls or send e-mails on the behalf of her poor "Bewitched Again " project, not to read our little insignificant posts. If she does read my post regarding her appearance on the E! special, I'm sure she'll take it in the manner that it was intended, and that is merely as a compliment to her NATURAL beauty and a suggestion to limit the nips and tucks in the future. Now get over it. Vic: Congratulations on your "almost top-billing" credit on the show. I'm please to say that I knew you when! Ling Ling: Hissssssss............

Big Dave


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Monday, August 30, 1999

Princess and Ling-Ling: ...and, NO, that is not how a TRUE princess acts. A TRUE princess sees the great spirit and love in everyone no matter what their physical appearance is. I happen to think it is quite rude of you to post such things knowing that Kasey Rogers visits this board. Maybe someone should be focusing her attention on the "Miss Manners" section of her newspaper! Enough said on that matter...Everyone: I watched the episode entitled "Three Wishes" for the first time yesterday and would have to say it now ranks as one of my favorites. I loved the fact that now it was SAMANTHA accusing Darrin of doing "what comes naturally" rather than him accusing her of the same. And the whole scene of packing was quite cool.

Big Dave


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Monday, August 30, 1999

Princess and Ling-Ling: Can we say MEEOWWW!!! I'd hate to see the comments written about both of your physical appearances when you reach your "golden years."

Broph
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Monday, August 30, 1999

Guys - don't worry that Indiana Joe doesn't know what the A&E Network is. He's too busy using the computers at the Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library to turn on a TV.




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Monday, August 30, 1999

where can I get a copy of the bewitched or elizabeth montgomery bio? are there two different ones out or is everyone referring to the recent E true hollywood story on the message board. Please don't use abbreviations like AE. I don't know them all. Thanks!

Reg
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Monday, August 30, 1999

Re- the new video by AE on the biography of Elizabeth Montgomery; the AE 'ad' on the Internet says they can only ship to N.America or Canada. As I live in England does anyone know of a retail outlet who would be prepared to mail copies to me? (I realise the format will be in NTSC but that's ok) Best wishes Reg

The Princess
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Monday, August 30, 1999

Ling Ling: You're right, of course. What was I thinking?

Ling Ling


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Monday, August 30, 1999

Princess: Spoken like a true Princess!! Aunt Clara? Don't you mean HAGatha?

Endora
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Monday, August 30, 1999

Princess: Next time don't be so shy, tell us how you really feel! Everyone: The town "Peabody" that Broph mentioned is actually pronounced "Pea-buddy" by the Salem locals. The name of the town is derived from the Peabody sisters, one of "witch" married Salem's foremost author, Nathaniel Hawthorne. Hawthorne's most famous works are "House of the Seven Gables" and of course "The Scarlet Letter". Sorry, once an English major always an English major (LOL). AM/Endora quote for the day, given in response to an interviewer who, in the summer of 65, asked her what she thought about the fact that there were going to be several shows premiering in the upcoming TV season which were "copycats" of BW. AM responded: "Naturally, they think this is what people want now, so instead of looking for other ideas, which isn't so easy ... well, you know what I mean...just remember, however, that the original always wears better than the copy, and we already have our audience."

Mark


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Monday, August 30, 1999

This weekend I taped episodes 94 & 95, ...Guernsey Cow & Trial & Error of Aunt Clara. Marion Lorne shines in these episodes and Liz looks especially gorgeous (in that pink shirt). I watched the E true story a second time also and actually enjoyed it more. There are some things missed the first time around I saw it. You pick up more the more you watch something (as we all know).

Sam R
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Monday, August 30, 1999

PRINCESS: OHHH, you are wicked! EVERYONE: My email home address has changed once again. Sorry for the previous mess up with the previous home address that I posted before. It was not working out.

Scott from Ohio


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Monday, August 30, 1999

Princess!

The Princess
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Sunday, August 29, 1999

Hello Everyone! I finally got around to watching the Bewitched special and I thought it was marvelous! I was a little surprised to see how bad Ms. Rogers looks. How much plastic surgery has she had anyway? She could barely move her mouth! I wonder if she wouldn't look better if she'd just allowed herself to age naturally? Oh, well, if the "Bewitched Again" project ever comes to light, she can always try out for the role of Aunt Clara.

Broph
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Sunday, August 29, 1999

Woah! - that link for the schedule was given out with the old URL method. Here's a better link: http://broph.homesite.net/ErinMurphy/bewitchedsched.html . So a new celebrity story - I saw Barry on Friday (Elliott wasn't with him). Who're Barry and Elliott? OK, they're local "celebs" - they're local owners of a chain of furniture stores. They make their own commercials (high production value), that are often parodies of other commercials. And in other news, if you heard that a Massachusetts city "Peabody" won the Little League World Series and wondered where that city was - it's right next to Salem - so wonder no longer!

Breen from London


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Sunday, August 29, 1999

Broph, thank you. I'm checking out that site now. It's really good, some great people are there. Take care.

Broph
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Sunday, August 29, 1999

I've just updated the Nick at Nite schedule for Bewitched (the Screen Gems schedule wasn't available on TV-NOW). Here's the link: http://www.nii.net/~kbrophy/ErinMurphy/bewitchedsched.html

Broph
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Sunday, August 29, 1999

Breen - you can check out a picture of Erin Gray from a year ago at Rob's Celebrity Page (it's the one that starts out with pictures of Erin Murphy): http://broph.homesite.net/Movies/MovieTime/robcelebrity.htm . The picture of Erin Gray is towards the bottom. The picture on the page you described seems similar to one on Erin Gray's picture page, which seems to be done by a particular photographer in a series.

Endora
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Sunday, August 29, 1999

EM had rec'd a People's Choice type award for her portrayal of Samantha on BW and could not attend the ceremony, so AM graciously stood in and accepted the award for her (at EM's request of course!). AM quote for the day re why she liked Endora: "You never know where she's going to be or when she's going to turn up." AM re why she liked Bewitched: "It has nothing to do w/TV's recent trend toward sordidness."

Sue L.


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Saturday, August 28, 1999

Skip, Thanks! I was just curious about the family relationship. And I guess the writers were not specific though. Anyway, there were alot of relatives. I will always be a fan of Bewitched. You seem to know alot more trivia than I do. And that is really good, all the people who post here are loyal fans. The family trivia is not important. I just wondered what the story was. I like to read everyone's postings.

Breen from London


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Saturday, August 28, 1999

Okay, I checked out that ErinGray site. If that is a recent photo of hers on her 'schedule' page, she is still looking fabulous. I thought she was much older. How old is she?

Skip


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Saturday, August 28, 1999

Endora: Be where? Standing in for whom? What was the context/background og that telegram?

Endora
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Saturday, August 28, 1999

AM/Endora quote for the day: This is actually a telegram EM sent to AM on February 3, 1965. "Sorry I couldn't be there last night, thanks for standing in. Next time though, remember to fly INSIDE the plane. Yours, Liz"

Skip


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Friday, August 27, 1999

Sue: the only definite no-doubt-whatsoever declarations of how they were related (that I recall) were: 1. from episodes 80 and 81, we learn that Endora is Arthur's older sister; 2. Serena is related to Sam on Maurice's side of the family. All the othe stuff is pure speculation. Endora NEVER said that any of Samantha's aunts were her sisters. Maybe they were Endora's cousins, and in deference to their advanced ages, Samantha called them 'aunt'. I don't know. I don't think the writers wanted to be 'tied down' to these details. For example, MAYBE Cousin Henry was Uncle Arthur's son, but the fact is, it was never stated point-blank, maybe because then this would raise questions about Henry's mother (who everyone would think was Carlotta, since Steve Franken played both Henry and Juke). I think we should just stick to what was stated plainly and not speculate, because in the end, what does it matter?

Sue L.


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Friday, August 27, 1999

I am confused here.Clara is referred to as a relative on Maurice's side. Are Enchantra & Hagatha also sisters of Maurice? Is Cousin Henry the son of Uncle Arthur? It is confusing though. Even if references have been made in the episodes. And you know that Maurice & Endora do not live together.Serena is Sam's cousin because she calls Endora, auntie. But who are Serena's parents. And Uncle Arthur is not related to Serena.Thanks!

Broph
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Friday, August 27, 1999

Off Topic - Minutes before I met Erin Murphy a year ago, I met Erin Gray - from Buck Rogers and Silver Spoons. She mentioned how she had her own domain and gave her e-mail address to us, but mentioned that the site wasn't up yet. Well, her site is now up and needs visitors. Check it out: http://www.eringray.com/index.html

Jeff H


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Friday, August 27, 1999

Skip: Thanks for remembering my birthday! What a memory. I know this message is alittle late but I just got settled in my house and I'm actually in the library right now trying to catch up on everyone's opinion of the E! Special. I thought the show was WONDERFUL!!!! The most exciting part of it was Vic's credit right after William Asher's. Vic I'm sure they ranked you in importance and its appropriate that you follow right after him, #2!!!! It was a great show and we all need to thank E! for doing such a tribute!!! Have a great day everybody.

Endora
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Friday, August 27, 1999

Actually, several references are made to SCH's parentage. First, when Endora calls him a "clown prince" and then asks for "King" Arthur. Sam then accuses him of stealing Uncle Arthur's jokes, to which SCH replies, "He steals them from me!" Later, in the store, Endora warns the soon to be a manniquin salesperson that her "nephew" has a very short fuse. Endora/AM quotes for the day. This one is in response to the interviewer asking her if she "fancied herself" a witch: "No - and I hope no else does just because I'm playing one. But that reminds me of the Hollywood Bowl incident. We had done the show ("Bewitched") there and afterwards there were the usual people who want autographs and make you feel very attractive and elated. Among them was a little group of children and one of them came over and said to me "Miss Moorehead, make us disappear." And then I said "Well, you follow along and I'll make you disappear later." But she looked at me very strangely and said "No Ma'am!" It was very sweet!" (Obviously that child wasn't me or my parents would never have seen me again!) The interviewer then asked if it was nice to be a smash. AM: "It's really kind of frightening, you know. It is wonderful and one is very grateful to be in a show that people enjoy, but the thing that frightens me is the tremendous amount of responsibility. To keep up the quality week after week after week, you have to keep working hard at it." Finally, AM was asked what she thought made BW a success. AM: "Humor and warmth. I don't think there's an ugly intent in it. Every successful show must have warmth. There's also a magic we can't analyze...why do people get involved, and believe in a character on a stage? You can't analyze it, but it's magic that an actor must have." When the interviewer closed by saying that people were bound to think of AM as a witch from now on she responded: "I hope they won't do that forever because I enjoy doing all kinds of other things."

Scott from Ohio


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Friday, August 27, 1999

Well, I must say that the hineys have been rather red here lately!!! In regard to the family tree here, what does the old book written before the series say about the relationships? I think that the book was dated around 1962 maybe and mentioned Samanthas maiden name as Dobbin or Dobston or something like along those lines...Scott

Skip


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Thursday, August 26, 1999

Endora: I believe that Kasey Rogers 'made up' the stuff about Endora being the sister of Enchantra, Hagatha and Clara; it is conceivable after all, all 3 were Samantha's aunts. Kasey made up other 'plausible' stuff, such as Louise Tate havng taken over for Larry after his death. From the show itself, it was only ever clearly stated that Endora's only sibling was Arthur. I personally agree with the person (either Mark or BigDave, can't remember which) who thinks Clara is more likely to be Maurice's sister, just because the type of rapport that Clara has with Endora (and vice versa) is more akin to in-laws rather than blood relatives. But in the end, I don't think the writers analyzed as deeply as we are doing; I think they were more relaxed about it all. Serena did say to Phyllis that she was related to Samantha on Maurice's side, and that's really the only other reference made to their family tree. Even Cousin Henry, who had a little of Uncle Arthur's personality, made no reference to his parentage.

Broph
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Thursday, August 26, 1999

Ling Ling and I said the following (reverse order and my original note referred to a question Big Dave had posted some time ago) about that appearance: Ling Ling - Tuesday, August 24, 1999 Broph: I remember seeing Erin on Rosie and she stumped her with another question: What was the name of Nanny's car in "Nanny and the Professor?" (It's Arabella (I think!), and Rosie didn't know) Broph - Big Dave - you asked before about Erin being on the Rosie O'Donnell Show - I didn't see it, but she appeared July 31, 1997. From the "Everything Rosie" book - "Erin stumps Rosie with a Partridge Family trivia question. Under her breath Rosie says, 'You'll never be back.'"

Maelohna


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Thursday, August 26, 1999

Okay, sorry about this guys, I keep posting these little comments... Just a distinction, I meant Erin Murphy in my last post, not Elizabeth Montgomery. Just so you people believe I know what I'm talking about. :)

Endora
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Thursday, August 26, 1999

Maelohna: I think AM and Endora would have ADORED each other...after all they had so much in common! Both were beautiful, talented, magical goddesses who embodied strength, self confidence and a delightfully wicked sense of humor. Oh...but could you imagine having both of them mad at you at the same time....Derwood would really have been in trouble :-)!

Maelohna


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Thursday, August 26, 1999

Oh, yes, I forgot to ask... I remember seeing the episode of Rosie's show where EM made a guest appearance, but I don't remember any comment Rosie said that she would kid about. I must've been out of the room. What comment are you talking about?

Maelohna
I'll stay anonymous for now... :)


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Thursday, August 26, 1999

I'm just going on and on, reading all the comments that have been written. I haven't necessarily been a fan of Bewitched but I have been a FAN! of AM since I was 8 yrs old (now 25). Of course, Bewitched is the reason I even know who AM was, and for that I'm very grateful... As to the question of who's actually related to who, I have always wondered that myself. I know that Endora's only sibling is Arthur, because Clara is obviously much older than Arthur, meaning that if Clara was related to Endora, she would have to be YOUNGER than Arthur, wouldn't you agree....? I have always thought of Endora, and I wonder what would happen if AM and Endora actually met. I wonder what would be said?

Endora
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Thursday, August 26, 1999

Kasey Rogers says in her BW Cookbook that Clara, Hagatha, and Enchantra are Endora's sisters. All I can think of is that they are much older than Endora and thus were all out of the cloud and on their own when she was born, allowing her to be raised as an only child until Charlie Charming came along (ha ha). Regarding what Edwina said about Endora's animosity toward Clara (and vice versa) I think Endora is just naturally impatient w/those whose powers are not equal to her own. Of all Samantha's relatives Endora is the one most proud of her powers and witchly heritage so I can see where she might feel contempt toward someone who she feels has let their magic slip. Endora also has little use for sentiment or being "nice" and I think she is disgusted by Clara's ready acceptance of Samantha's marriage and of Derwood. As for Clara's "mean streak", I think it was a good touch (though I still haven't forgiven her for turning Endora into a goose!) It made Clara more real. After all, NO ONE could be so sweet and kind that they didn't react to being patronized and worse! Clara really doesn't have any malice in her, but she's not a wimp or a doormat either. I think this little bit of salt in all her sugar made Aunt Clara even more lovable! I also think Maurice liked Clara because she was sweet and gentle and also because she aggravated Endora so much. Face it, unless she'd stolen your powers and turned YOU into a goose for absolutely no good reason, how could you not love Clara?

Mark


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Thursday, August 26, 1999

Big Dave: Aunt Clara is a relative on Samantha's fathers' side--It was never said but it was always assumed, at least I thought so. BTW so is Serena-- she tells Mrs Stephens in episode 160 "Mrs Stephen's Where Are You?". That is also the 1st time Serena meets Phyllis. (and Frank)

Big Dave


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Thursday, August 26, 1999

Edwina: I, too, agree with your comments. They also made me think of something: Who's sister is Aunt Clara really? I used to think that she was Endora's older sibling but then in "Endora Moves in for a Spell" she tells Arthur that up until the time of his birth she was an only child. And when they test Tabatha's powers Maurice makes remarks as to how long it's been since he has seen Clara, as though he realizes that he should visit his older sister more often. That maybe in her youth she was a great older sister to Maurice. And when she timidly asks him if he would mind dropping her off, and he readily welcomes her company, it's as though she isn't sure Maurice with his obvious standing in the witch world would want to be seen with his older sister who "has gone a little funny". It would also explain why Endora wasn't upset at having Clara made earthbound or not including her in the discussions she has with Enchantra and Hagatha about Tabatha's schooling. These actions seem almost a reflection of her feelings to her estranged husband. It really doesn't matter who's sister she is it's just fun to think of these things.

Ling Ling


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Thursday, August 26, 1999

Endora: You should have started with the classic line: "Only those with no taste understate." Which definitely applies here!!! I'm looking forward to more AM quotes from you. Skip: Rosie was kidding. She is a huge fan of Bewitched, and she was joking to Erin. Why on earth would she say that on the air and mean it for something so trivial?

Endora
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Thursday, August 26, 1999

Edwina: I agree wholeheartedly. Where I work we have something called "The committee to represent diversity in discussions of workplace issues." I have decided to make myself "The committee to represent AM/Endora in discussions of BW issues." W/that in mind I will, every morning for the next several days (weeks, months, years, centuries) do what E! should have but didn't and give you a fact about AM/Endora and BW. Since today is the first day of this, I'll give you several (kind of a sneak preview LOL). 1. AM on Bewitched: "The show isn't anything that gives the audience a kind of breathtaking hour, but it has a smile and an emotional release. Children love it, and it is clean." 2. AM on Endora: "She is a character I have built up and expanded and enjoyed playing." 3. AM on EM: "The work atmosphere is fun and we are very fond of each other." 4. AM on BW and her fellow cast members in general: "I enjoy my role and all of my colleagues on the show." (Note: This quote is from the DY years). Incidentally, it took me less than the amount of time AM was afforded on E! to look these quotes up and I don't expect the others I'll be pulling to take much longer. E! SUCKS....

Skip


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Wednesday, August 25, 1999

Big Dave: I stand by my remarks regarding Rosie O'Donnell. To decide you'll never have someone on your show again because they are obviously more knowledgeable about something is a sign of a truly insecure, arrogant, self-absorbed person. HOWEVER, you say she was kidding, and as I said in my original remarks, in that case, that is a different story altogether. I know that she is/was a 'Bewitched' fan, and that is to her credit ... so I guess you guys have a solid base for a happy marriage.

Edwina
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Wednesday, August 25, 1999

Oh I am liking the conversations going on here....While Marion Lorne was not a heartthrob by the time Bewitched aired.....Her radiance was her strength of character. Marion had a deep-seated glow.... Aunt Clara was a washed up witch....or was she? Hmmmm? There was a hint of a mean streak in Aunt Clara..... oddly enough....very few remember it..... Most remember her for her sweetness and heart. Endora, her very younger Beautiful sister.... (snubbed terribly by E!) Knew her best..... and treated her accordingly....ever wonder why Endora appeared annoyed with Aunt Clara all the time? Granted most of the time Sweet Aunt Clara was bumbling and mumbling..... Her acceptance of the “mixed marriage” taught the generation of its time that it is ‘time’ to rethink its current thinking....I am not saying Marion Lorne or Aunt Clara single handedly caused the conscience of society to change.....she was on Television....people watched and listened to her.....It was rare for people in the States with different: cultures, religion, ethnicity and etc., to marry, in the 60s..... WOW! How this culture has evolved..... Bewitched made its mark and those “behind” the show must take their BOWS.... Even though you all know that I am 5,999 when I hit a ‘mortal time’ of being in my 80s I hope to have the faculties and attitudes of that Grand Lady.....Her heart was magnificent, after all she was the favorite Aunt of Samantha. I am so grateful for the tributes (outside of E!) that have been paid to Marion Lorne....Alright, this is what I propose..... let’s all get together and write a show for ALL of our characters, Actresses and Actors....Pay tribute to “OUR” family members they rightly deserve. I am not putting any Bewitched character down here and no one else is either.... The entire cast was magical.... Abner: George Tobias was an absolutely wonderful actor... almost as if we couldn’t wait for Gladys to show him something that wasn’t there.... At just the precise moment, whatever it was would disappear...I am so grateful to Kasey -- Our Louise, she gave Larry such a sparkle....Her “OH L.. A.. R.. R.. Y..” when she was upset, was the best! Larry acted as if he had no knowledge of his transgression....That was David White’s special talent....Precious Tabatha: Erin/Diane.. Sweetness and smiles... None of the above are lesser characters.... it is just they were not the main characters (According to E! raspberries......)Our Bewitched family members are all in our hearts...We all know WHO the stars of Bewitched are.... ahhhhhh.... more of the magic..... Bill Asher.... Stay Bewitched ALL!(BFE)

TITUBA


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Wednesday, August 25, 1999

Mark: I too was born in '63 (1663 that is) and I would rather watch the old favorites also. They were so innocent and fun, you would never see the violence that is portrayed now. I would take the Munsters over most of these new sitcoms anyday!

Mark


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Wednesday, August 25, 1999

I was born in 1963 and can honestly say I enjoy shows from the sixties MUCH better than any other era e.g. Munsters, Patty Duke, Donna Reed etc... Maybe it is escapism or just the fantasy but those shows make me forget about other things that I dislike or bother me. Especially BW most of all for its brilliant cast and EM- she was really gorgeous & glamorous in those early shows.

Mark


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Wednesday, August 25, 1999

E did not call in Adam West just for Bewitched. A few weeks back E did a special on Adam West--they probably just asked him questions about BW because he was there--not because he was going to bring anything substantial to the show. To me, E really s t r e t c h e d their time by puttinf alittle info in so much time to fill instead of reporting better (maybe more researched) info. I felt it was slow moving.

Endora
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Wednesday, August 25, 1999

I just got the following email from one of our VP's here: "I am enroute to Seattle, and, just like on the Belgium flight on the video is....you guessed it! Endora. You probably need to fly Continental sometime." Now, I ask you. If a Vice President of a major corporation knows what to look for when he watches BW, why didn't E?

Big Dave


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Wednesday, August 25, 1999

What I meant to say in the previous post is that I enjoyed Boyce & Hart's appearance 100 times more than Adam West's. Also it appears that Dr. Bombay is going to be on NBC's soap "Passions." I'm wondering if Bernard Fox is playing another mortal doctor with the same name or if it is the doctor we know who "has the bedside manner of an orangutan."

Big Dave


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Wednesday, August 25, 1999

Ling Ling:I most certainly agree with you about E!'s interview with Adam West. I sat there thinking, "Why interview him for a one time appearance?" I almost thought the BW special had been turned into the "Batman: the True Hollywood Story". They might as well have interviewed Boyce & Hart. I enjoyed the appearance one hundred times more. The same goes for Bernie Kopell. Yes, I did enjoy his Apothecary role BUT the time they spent interviewing him and Adam West could've been used for more info about AM. Had the Endora character not been on BW it would've lost a lot of the main tension of the story which was a happy couple trying to deal not only with their differences but the interference of a mother who was not ready for her daughter to leave the nest, so to speak. For those of you who haven't seen it yet it is good and I'm thankful E! did it but more careful planning should've been involved. Endora: I think who we need to e-mail after E! is A&E Biography to request that they do a Bio on AM. Skip: Let's be careful about the remarks made about "my future wife", Ms. Rosie O'Donnell. Of course, she was kidding. She has said that BW was one of her favorite shows.

Ling Ling


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Wednesday, August 25, 1999

Alex: I understand what you're saying. You don't understand what I'm saying. I was also born in the mid sixties, and I can tell you that there are more of us watching old movies than you think. AM was with BW from the first episode to the last (Only she and EM hold that distinction). Her name appears in the OPENING credits of every single episode. For E! to name their show "Bewitched" cheated us, as BW fans, out of the whole story. Their neglect of her was an insult to us all. What if they did a show on the Andy Griffith show and left out Barney? It's the same thing. I'd imagine thme saying "Oh, and BTW, Don Knotts starred as Barney Fife, but let us show you an interview of a one-episode guest star talking about himself..." (I'm referring to the Adam West clip shown). The show was simply incomplete by ignoring one of the MAIN stars of the show. Like Endora said, if they wanted to do it this way, they should have named the show EM: The True Hollywood Story. It's not a matter of not showing enough of the characters of the show. EM, DY/DS AND AM WERE the show. And as for Marilyn Monroe and James Dean, yes, they were hearthrobs, and it just goes to show the lack of intelligence in us all when we remember people just for their good looks and not for their hard work and talent.

TITUBA


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Wednesday, August 25, 1999

Yes, yes, yes, Endora....the magic was indeed between the characters.

Endora
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Wednesday, August 25, 1999

Alex: If it is indeed true that most people your age don't remember AM, it makes E!'s laziness in doing research on her even more appalling. They missed a wonderful opportunity to enlighten and educate a whole new group of people on one of the most phenomenal women (both personally and professionally) of the 20th century. I realize that more people connect BW w/EM than AM but that is still not an acceptable excuse to neglect AM. Face it, what E! did to AM was wrong and as AM herself so eloquently put it "I don't care what everybody else is doing. I just look at whether it's right or wrong." Thus the reason why I won't accept it or "get over it." As for the special effects, BW was about far more than that. It relied on the magic between three dimensional characters, some witch, some mortal, and how they interacted w/each other and their very different worlds. If special effects and computer graphics were all it took to make a show legendary then Max Headroom would be considered a classic! Also, AM WAS one of the original performers in BW, appearing in the pilot episode w/EM and DY. Finally, re your comment about AM not being a heartthrob...well she's made my heart throb for 31 years, and I know quite a few others who would tell you the same...it's just unfortunate that none of them work for E! (probably too intelligent for that level of "entertainment").

Alex
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Wednesday, August 25, 1999

Ling-Ling and Skip What I mean by movies getting into the swing of things there was more action and we where coming up on the computer age,for example just think what bewitched would have looked like if it had been made in the 80's with the computers coming on and all the tricks and other magic stuff would have been even more wonderful. Ling-Ling People remember Marilyn Monroe and James Dean becasue they were heart throbs to many I really don't see DY of DS or even Aunt Clara being much of a heart throb to anyone.you know the history of Marilyn Monroe and James Dean as well as I or anyone else. As for AM I know how many movies she made and radio showsand other things she did but your not listining she died before her time she would have been remembered buy more if she would have lived longer I was born in the early 60's most people are age don't watch those old movies and I said most not all What the people of E was looking at was Em she had the main part in the show from begining to end that's the way it was and that's the way it will always be, the show was made better by the other people such as AM if I remeber correctly the first show started out with Em and DY and then others such as am were brought in. I'm sure everyone on here would have loved to had their favorite person mentioned more but it never happened and if they or someone else did another bewitched special tomorrow it would be done the same way because that's the way they see it and that's the way the majority of the people who remember the show see we are not the majority we are but just a few,and if you had a servey and went out into the street and ask people if they remember the bewitch show they would say yes wasn't that the one where Em stared in

TITUBA


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Tuesday, August 24, 1999

BTW...while I was in Vegas, I noticed several hotels that would do nicely for our little convention. Maybe we can get this going again for next year?

TITUBA
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Tuesday, August 24, 1999

Well, I guess it it safe to say that E! screwed up by not mentioning our favorite characters enough. We must remember that everyone is different and therefore has different beliefs. It is impossible to please everyone all of the time. Ling Ling: how would you like your catnip...straight up or on the rocks?

Ling Ling


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Tuesday, August 24, 1999

Broph: I watched too much TV as a kid, too. Rex Manning? He must have been a character Maxwell Caulfield played. I'm a bigger fan of hers than of his! Skip: You are right on - the people at E! obviously could have done more research. Alex: Not only did AM appear in more than 65 movies, she appeared in many TV programs, stage appearances, and her history in radio was unmatched. She did as many as 6 shows per day, and was involved in 2 of the most famous and well received radio programs in history (Sorry Wrong Number and War of the Worlds). She ran an acting school for young hopefuls such as Jeff Hunter (Captain Pike of Star Trek). She was an actress, singer, dancer, and director. She has won many awards and nominations for her work. I could go on and on, but my point is that most people you come across remember her only from Bewitched, and it's shows like E!'s that perpetuate the myth that she never appeared in anything else worthy of attention. A little research would have set that straight, and E! would have really had a True Hollywood story had they done some. You say that AM died so soon after Bewitched and that most people would have remembered her if she had done more movies. What's your excuse for people such as Marilyn Monroe or James Dean who died before many of us were even born, didn't make half the movies that AM did, much less come close to the amount of work she did in other mediums, and never won any awards?

Skip


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Tuesday, August 24, 1999

Alex, I know you mean well, but I disagree with several points you make. First of all, in 1974 when Agnes Moorehead died, TV had been around for more than 25 years; it wasn't just getting "in the swing of it" as you say. The 1950s and '60s were TV's 'golden age'. You say also that if Ms Moorehead had lived she would have made more movies and would have been mentioned more on the E show. Actually, after 'Bewitched' ended, AM appeared in "Dear Dead Delilah", at least 3 TV-movies and several guest-shots ... all in the space of little more than 2 years. Dick York, on the other hand, made a guest-appearance on 'Simon and Simon' in 1983 and appeared in the TV-movie "High School USA" also in '83, and that's it. Though I didn't see the E show, I know that he got much more coverage than Moorehead. As for E's staff being young and not being aware of Agnes Moorehead's credentials ... may I suggest that there was nothing preventing them from doing some old-fashioned thorough research.

Alex
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Tuesday, August 24, 1999

Endora I kow better than anyone that AM was a big part of the show , But I believe most of the problem is she died a while back right after the show ended I think it was 1974, but my point is the TV world was jsut coming into the swing of things and she wasn't there. Most of the company's such as E have young people working for them and don't remeber much about AM because she died so long ago. unlike EM that went on to make several movies after the show bewitched ended,this is fact and I know it hurts but it is true and we will just haft to live with it because the more you complain to the big wigs the less attintion the are going to pay to you. If AM would have lived I'm sure she would have been mentioned because she would have made more movies.

Broph
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Tuesday, August 24, 1999

Ling Ling - Erin always did say that she watched way too much TV growing up. Rosie always surprises me with little jingles and bits of trivia from commercials and shows I had thought I had long forgotten. Between the two of them, they must know everything TV-related. I defer to you on the name of Nanny's car - I watched the show as a kid, but not as much as other shows. To think that Nanny is now married to Rex Manning! Whoooooo!

Broph
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Tuesday, August 24, 1999

I think Rosie was joking when she said that. When I met Erin a year ago, she said that she was still in contact with Rosie about various things (including, at the time, the Bewitched project of Penny Marshall's that never came to fruition). BTW, I already told Endora that the book didn't say if Erin mentioned AM. So far Endora hasn't asked me why my e-mails are stamped with yesterday's date. Ah, the mysteries!

Skip


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Tuesday, August 24, 1999

If Rosie was serious when she said under her breath "You'll never be back" because Erin stumped her, it just goes to show what an arrogant, insecure person she really is. If she was joking, then that is another story.

Ling Ling


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Tuesday, August 24, 1999

Broph: I remember seeing Erin on Rosie and she stumped her with another question: What was the name of Nanny's car in "Nanny and the Professor?" (It's Arabella (I think!), and Rosie didn't know)

Broph
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Tuesday, August 24, 1999

Big Dave - you asked before about Erin being on the Rosie O'Donnell Show - I didn't see it, but she appeared July 31, 1997. From the "Everything Rosie" book - "Erin stumps Rosie with a Partridge Family trivia question. Under her breath Rosie says, 'You'll never be back.'"

Ling Ling


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Tuesday, August 24, 1999

Mark: Great choice of words - welcome the the AM fan club! Endora: great post - that's the Endora we've all come to know and love!! Now where's that catnip, Tituba? Save a little for Princess's kitty, because she needs it more than I do!

Mark


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Tuesday, August 24, 1999

Endora: I really feel bad that you are so distressed about AM just barely being mentioned on the E story. I was alittle disappointed too. I rewatched the EM bio on tape from 8-9 so when the E story came on-to me it was just like rehashing what I just saw. Like I wrote previously, it was like cliff notes on Mr Pilato's book. We all have the book I'm sure so it was not anything new. The network hyped it up as usual. I thought it was a wonderful tribute to EM, DY & DS-but not a tribute to anyone else as much. AM was a HUGH intregal part of that show and E excluded it. EM was beautiful & talented and attracted me to the show but it was AM's classic comedic timing and great acting that also made BW very popular--I don't think anyone would dismiss that statement--not even the cast & crew.

Sue L.


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Tuesday, August 24, 1999

All the cast & crew-everyone was the main stay of the show and everyone should receive credit because it all came together. The main cast & supporting players should get credit where it is due. Everyone did contribute.

Broph
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Tuesday, August 24, 1999

OK, Endora - poor choice of words. I meant, like you said, that it was an EM biography and that they seemed to refer to everyone else as "others". For the sake that there were so many changes in actors in the series over 8 years, we really had 2 constants throughout the run of the show AM and EM. And as Endora will tell you, AM was the most consistent with her portrayal throughout the show. BTW, did I mention that now I take the train every business day to work, so I spend a little time each day in Salem?

Endora
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Tuesday, August 24, 1999

Edwina: Two minutes? You're being too generous! It was more like 30 seconds. The more I think about it the madder I get! I think I'll reroute hurricane Cindy to E!'s offices. Broph: Been eating too many twinkies lately? You referred to AM as an other cast member! How dare you? Now I'll have to send hurricane Cindy to Los Angeles by way of Salem....Alex: I am well aware that EM was the star of BW. I think she was a very talented and beautiful person and I respect and admire her very much. I was quite happy to see her honored and discussed on the E! broadcast. HOWEVER, Bewitched was an ensemble show, not a one woman show and AM means just as much to her fans as EM does to hers. It was arrogant, inappropriate and downright rude for E!'s BW show to exclude AM. I realize that AM was a strong, deeply religous, thoroughly professional and self confident woman, and that this might not be considered interesting by the gen Xers and other permanently dissatisfied w/life and themselves producers of E! But hey, they're working for me (the audience) and not themselves. Endora is as much beloved by Bewitched fans as Samantha. I know many people who, when asked "witch" one is their favorite, can't even make the choice! I don't think a person should have to have personal/professional prombles during the run of a series to be considered noteworthy. Personally, I felt like E! only wanted to discuss EM/DY/DS because they did have some issues during the shows run, not because they deserved recognition on their own merits (which they most certainly did!) Frankly, E! should not have labelled this show a Bewitched tribute. They should have called it an EM tribute, because that's what it was, and on that level it was a damn good one. Mark: MoorEhead. With an E. Thanks.

Esmerelda
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Tuesday, August 24, 1999

Hey Guys I am anticipating the E! TRUE HOLLYWOOD SPECIAL, so far in Oz there up to James Stacey - whoever he is, so I won't wait long! NOW what was it like adn what did they feature so guys spill your tounge~~~ YOO HOO

Esmerelda
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Tuesday, August 24, 1999

Hey Guys I am anticipating the E! TRUE HOLLYWOOD SPECIAL, so far in Oz there up to James Stacey - whoever he is, so I won't wait long! NOW what was it like adn what did they feature so guys spill your tounge~~~ YOO HOO

Sue L.


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Tuesday, August 24, 1999

They did not mention DW-David White. I am learning who the initials are. Broph, you are doing a good job.The BW house is what percent scale. The upstairs is what percent scale of a regular house? WE all thought 1164 was our dream house.

Sue L.


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Monday, August 23, 1999

AM-Agnes Moorehead, EM, GT is George Tobias. & Erin, DW is David White. PL is Paul Lynde. they did not mention Maurice Evans or the twins David & Greg Lawrence who were Adam. ML is Marion Lorne-they did not mention her or Irene Vernon-she passed away earlier this year. They did not mention the two Mr. Stephens or Mrs. Stephens, who else was a main character? GT needed to be mentioned. No funny stories about the show either. It most likely was more EM than anyone else. But it was better than I thought.

TITUBA


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Monday, August 23, 1999

Ling Ling: Yes, you are right...the smoothest transition was indeed Louise. Here, here kitty kitty..have you tried Earl Grey with a bit of catnip?-LOL!

Scott from Ohio
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Monday, August 23, 1999

Well, even though most people seems somewhat disappointed it appears the title was disillusional based on what you all are posting. Did they have a lot of 'good' footage? Yes, this is another new and hopefully permanent address! A lot of problems with the last carrier. Believe it or not, I'm really a stable person- careful Wayne if you are still here...Scott

Broph
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Monday, August 23, 1999

Erin Murphy replaceable? Never! BTW, I don't think spelling counts around here. I try to keep my own spelling accurate, but I can't remember anyone rebuking my spelling other than the one time I mistyped "Moorehead". As long as people understand what you mean, it will never be a promble.

Ling Ling


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Monday, August 23, 1999

Edwina: I'll drink to that.

Ling Ling


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Monday, August 23, 1999

ALL of the characters (in my opinion, Mark) were irreplaceable, which is why DS had such a promble. The smoothest transition was the replacement of Louise, and even then Kasey Rogers played the role differently than Irene Vernon had. Who could have played Larry as well as David White? I can't imagine! The fact that they were all irreplaceable is why many of us feel that a Bewitched movie would not be worth the trouble.

Edwina


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Monday, August 23, 1999

Hi All: Well, I did finally view the tape.... Okay... Agnes Moorehead had a whole two minutes dedicated to her...Yikes! ...David White had his Blue eyes mentioned. Double Yikes! I am really annoyed that they didn't pay more attention to Marion Lorne a.k.a. Aunt Clara I feel she was snubbed unforgivably (is that a word?) Realizing Marion was not a "Main" Character they probably didn't feel her noteworthy enough although, they did mention her (Should I be grateful?) Well...We know our characters...Our Actresses and Actors and how we feel about them.... Ling Ling: You are absolutely right the Earl Grey was divine! I will never watch E! True Hollywood Stories again as punishment for these obscene transgressions... against "THE OTHER" chartacters. Thankfully they did not totally trash Our Immortal Beloved!!! The tribute to our Lizzie was beautiful though...Bill Asher Rocks...HE IS STILL Divine!!!!!! sigh..........(BFE)

Alex


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Monday, August 23, 1999

sorry had typing errors on last post I meant you could not have replaces EM and AM BUt my post said you could Sorry was in a hurry haft to go to work and running behind

Alex


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Monday, August 23, 1999

The E special was nice I agree it should have said something more about the other people, but they went on about EM because she was the star of the show she had the main part so naturally the E special was going to say more anout her. no matter what TV show it is there has to be a main carector in it Em happen to the one the show was about a Witch who was trying to live as a mortal without people finding out.Most and I say it lightly Most of the other people on the show could have been replaced at anytime like DY E.Murphy Aunt Clara ,abd DW,KR all of these people could have been replaced at anytime during the show But you could replace EM,and I don't think they could ever find another AM,Dy part was made up in the 60's and bye the time DS got their it was the 70's and the times was changing and the producers knew it that's why th part of Darrin was not trying to control Sam as much because the 70's started the change in that type of roll playing

Broph
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Monday, August 23, 1999

Big Dave - according to Vic, Screen Gems plans to be in 90% of the markets in the US, so you've got a good chance there. Since NAN still has some shows that appear on other channels, I wouldn't be surprised if they continued showing Bewitched, though it may not be their choice. After all, they had exclusive rights for awhile for Bewitched - maybe the Screen Gems people want to keep it for themselves. One thing about the THS being an "EM - THS" - I was thinking earlier today. Didn't we pretty much _ask_ for such a thing after the A&E Biography and didn't we _ask_ for it to be 2 hours? Of course, yes, I wish there was more about the other cast members. BTW, I messed up one of the 2 copies of the tapes I made last night - one came out great and the other was only the sound. In EP, no less! Thanks, Big Dave, for mentioning the morning times that the repeat was showing - I replaced the bad copy this morning and can now go to the post office in peace!

Lisa, Chicago


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Monday, August 23, 1999

Regarding the E! special, I thought it was entertaining, but I agree that more could have been said about AM, DW, GT, etc. I don't recall them mentioning Marion Lorne at all, and she was a longtime actress. It should have been kept within the confines of the show, and less biographical in nature. There was no need, in my opinion, to mention things like Liz's first couple of marriages because that was already covered in Liz's bio and wasted time. I was also moved by her son's words about her and his emotion..at one point it looked as though he might break down, and it was so sweet when he said, "Can you tell I'm proud of her?" It's a good thing for Erin and Kasey's kind words about Dick York, otherwise if a person didn't know any better, they might think he was an actual druggie, addicted to cocaine or something like that. All in all, though, I have to say I WAS pleased that it wasn't the total massacre of the show that I thought it might be. The Dick Sargent interview was a nice touch. Hey, how about next time showing some clips of the Liz interviews?? Maybe she didn't do a ton of them, but they are out there.

Big Dave


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Monday, August 23, 1999

I just finished watching the E! special and must say it was nice but it seemed to me to be a televised version of "the Bewitched Book". I enjoyed seeing people like Sol Saks and others. It did rather feel like EM the True Hollywood Story. I agree fully with Endora that there should've been more about AM, not only her but Marion Lorne, Alice Pearce, and David White. I also thought the younger pictures of Dick Sargent were neat to see. He seemed to look a lot different. Also a question for anyone in the know: with BEWITCHED now going to be a main part of the Screen Gems Network will the episodes still be seen on Nick at Nite? I hope so because I haven't heard of Screen Gems coming to my area.

TITUBA


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Monday, August 23, 1999

Oh Alex, I don't think DY's Darrin was that much of a controlling husband...I see him as more of a very proud, old fashioned man that knew he had no chance against Sam and her family. He tried to be tough on the outside, but on the inside, he loved her completely.

Alex


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Monday, August 23, 1999

I got to see the show lastnight and it was wonderful I think Em would have liked it,I don't think the show would have lasted as long as it did without people like EM she was a very good actress and thery are right she was the Star of the show . It wouldn't have been the same with out her the woman had what it took to make itshe was first class I didn't care much for either Darrin either But i think D.S. had a rough time trying to fill DY shoes neither actor was that good but you can't expect some one to come right in the middle of things and be like the person before him.I think they turned the show around a little because of him, the part of Darrin befor was a man who wanted control of his wife and got upset if he never got it that part changed a little with DS and I think that made the show even better because I think they where tryng to get the women in real life to stand up for themselfs against the Darrins of this world. Anyway I'm happy that Em got credit for the wonderful actress she was if not for her there would not have been a bewitched

Skip


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Monday, August 23, 1999

Happy Birthday, Jeff H!!! You don't look 30 ...

Breen from London


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Monday, August 23, 1999

Broph: You are right. My brain must be scrambled. The more I think about it, how come I did not buy those photos when they were there in front of me!../..regarding the E show, which I could not see, the comments so far sound mixed. Good point: not as slanderous a show as first thought possible, quite a fair intrepetation. Bad point: not enough coverage of the case like AM etc. Is this a fair assessment? I look forward to seeing this show sometime../..Sue L. www.fromlondon.freeserve.co.uk/bewlinks.html

Endora
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Monday, August 23, 1999

I'm in the process of sending E! my thoughts on their ill treatment of AM in last night's show (the letter is written, Ling Ling is just proof reading it to make sure it won't get me arrested!). Their email address is television@eonline.com if anyone else would like to do the same.

Broph
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Monday, August 23, 1999

I didn't get a chance to post last night - I was chatting live with Vic. I know - the hour, the storm, etc. made it hard for everyone to get online together. I was definitely surprised with the lack of AM coverage - they had a couple of pictures I hadn't seen before (maybe the ones Breen didn't buy?! Maybe the eclipse scrambled his brain?) and they did mention that she had a distinguished career before Bewitched, but not much else. It was nice to see Alice Ghostly and Sandra Gould got to say a bit more. But yes! Still lacking! This was definitely more the "Elizabeth Montgomery True Hollywood Story" with some Bewitched stuff on the side, but I think they wanted too much to stay on the darker side than to tell everybody's story. It was OK for those who didn't already know some of the story, but hey - just read Pilato's book! Vic mentioned that there was other footage not used - so sad that they went 2 hours but didn't give it all. Too bad about some of the mistakes (Esmerelda as Samantha's aunt?), but for the most part a nice walk down a lane we've been down before.

TITUBA


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Monday, August 23, 1999

I agree they should have mentioned the other cast members because without them, it would not have been Bewitched. I was glad to hear Bill Asher talk about the two Darrins....he mentioned (in a round about way) that DS could not fill DY shoes and that really did hurt the show in the end. Princess: are you still dry?

MARK


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Monday, August 23, 1999

I thought the E special was OK--just OK. I was not overly impressed too much. It was like a review of the Bewitched biography book by Mr Pilato that I think we all have. Actually I watched the A & E bio of Liz on tape before E and I liked that better. I taped the E special because I missed the last 1/2 hour. Did I miss anything??? I'll watch the last hour of the E special tonight but if anyone wants to clue me in the the last 1/2 hour of anything important let me know.

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Monday, August 23, 1999

I thought the E! special was a wonderful tribute to EM. I was especially moved by the words of EM's son. I also felt Erin did an excellent job of honoring Dick York, and Sheila Kuehl Dick Sargent. That said however E!'s complete neglect of AM DEEPLY offended me. I got the impression that had she not been in the pilot she wouldn't have been mentioned at all! I also didn't appreciate the fact that David White, George Tobias, Marion Lorne and Maurice Evans (among others) were not even acknowledged as part of the cast. Surely w/Kasey Rogers and Sandra Gould present there were plenty of DW and GT stories "witch" could have been shared. I got less than three hours of sleep last night because I was so upset over the insult to AM. After a little more coffee I will be putting together a letter to send to the producers of E!'s True Hollywood Story. I feel they owe many of us an apology, as well as another, more even handed, BW special....

Katora


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Monday, August 23, 1999

Hi everyone. Sorry I haven't been posting. Last night when I got home from camping, I turned on the TV and watched EM and Dick York, and how Dick Sargent took on a little bit of a different role as Dick York did. It was on E! did anybody else watch it?? Got to go... Today is my first day of school... C ya later!

Victor (Vic's Bewitched Page)
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Monday, August 23, 1999

Hi Everybody! It was wonderful! I was very pleased they way the E! Special turned out. I'm sure when you see it you'll agree. Everyone connected with the show was interviewed! Thanks, E! ** Vic's Bewitched Page ** http://members.aol.com/BewitchVic/main.html

Big Dave


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Monday, August 23, 1999

O.K. So it is about two hours since the True Hollywood Story ended and NOBODY on here has said a thing about it. I would but I wasn't able to watch it due to the fact that I'm going to watch and record it tomorrow because of previous engagements this evening. I hope my anticipation is not in vain. And to all who are having severe weather problems I'll pray for you.

Scott from Ohio
Retr0dude@hotmail.com


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Monday, August 23, 1999

Well folks, how did the show go? I need the scoop as I do not have a TV...Scott

Sue L.


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Sunday, August 22, 1999

I like to view 1164 Morning Glory Circle. The photos of the house at different angles. What stories could the house tell. I know that they use the only the exterior, but I always thought it was real. The house looks aged, what do they use the exterior shots for and the house should be preserved, it is a landmark. I would love to go & see the house.There are no current updates there though.

Sue L.


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Sunday, August 22, 1999

It is 8:33 San Diego time and 27 min to go! The tape is set up and ready to go on channel 30. I am really excited and now our VCR is working alot better. I was wiped out earlier and reading a mystery of sorts. Anything made me jump. My 10 yr is watching the movie The Au Pair it is over at 10. The kidlets go back to school in 16 days. I can have 3 long days & 2 shorter days surfing the net. I am a long fan of the show since 1964 I remember coming home from Kindergarten and watching. When it moved to thursdays too. The first two seasons were a blur, but on Nick at Nite I did remember. I almost got a Sam doll once. If anyone knows where to get a Sam doll & a Tabatha doll, let me know.

Ling Ling


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Sunday, August 22, 1999

Oh God!! I can't believe they virtually ignored AM!!!!

Edwina
e.haselberger@worldnet.att.net


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Sunday, August 22, 1999

Princess: Thanks for the post. According to the weather channel the winds are staying at category 3...Winds, rain will continue... OH those stupid tornados are still a big danger to all of Texas. I was flipping forth and back on the Bewitched E! True Hollywood story and the weather channel (PIP.) What I saw of it, it was actually better than the A&E presentation. Gotta look at the video tomorrow. Sleep Well Texas. (BFE)

Broph
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Sunday, August 22, 1999

11:00pm EST - True Hollywood Story just ended (and of course they went right into Howard Stern). Victor got credit at the end and they did note the passing of Sandra Gould. A few too many "coming up next" and not NEARLY enough AM for anyone's taste!

The Princess
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Sunday, August 22, 1999

Edwina: We're still high and dry here in Houston, but definitely keeping an eye on The Weather Channel!

Edwina
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Sunday, August 22, 1999

To ALL of our family in Texas: You and the State are in prayer... If all is well please post when you can. E! Hollywood True Story is secondary to our family out there. We can always catch it on a rerun. Stay Bewitched! CNN says they in Texas are expecting 10-13 inches of rain before midnight and this is a conservative figure. The storm is heading further West as the eye is heading inland with lower winds thank g-d. I can see some dare devil surfers swimming in the Gulf.... Realizing it is far enough from most of our family they may be touched by floods... and those stupid tornados...We care...(BFE)

**SCH**


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Sunday, August 22, 1999

I believe that the E! special begins at 9pm on the East Coast. 8pm, Central, here in IL, TX, (the midwest), so I don't think that it will be on at the same time it is in MA. We are an hour behind...... OR you're an hour ahead. (witchever) I guess ENDORA still hasn't calmed down over this E! special, as the weather is (obviously) severe in TX. I am looking forward to seeing the E! special, no matter what is said! I'm sure everyone will meet here, with their opinions, and share them,,,,, that I'm looking forward to, as well. It will be sometime until I receive my taped version of the E! special, so I will be sucking the hind tit, so to speak, again. Well, in just a few more hours, the majority of you will be watching the E! special of Bewitched! :)

Broph
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Sunday, August 22, 1999

As a lot of people know, my posts are _very_ stream of consciousness, so sometimes I do leave things out - so, "Long live the 60s!". Yesterday was family day, so I didn't get much of a chance to log on. Still gearing up for the special tonight - I'll watch no matter what they say - I tend to make up my own mind about things anyway. I did get to see Austin Powers 2, though - nice sequel, but I was expecting more original ideas (thought the parodies were nice). It's still 4 more hours 'til the show starts (does E! show things simultaneously across the country? I was going to ask one person about it, but since they thought the show was only 1 hour long, I guess I'd better ask someone else). I will try to check in before the show, though I do have 2 VCRs to get ready. It will also be ending at 11pm EST, which doesn't give me much time after before I'll fall asleep. BTW, how is everyone doing down in Texas with the Hurricane (I really don't know my Texas geography).

Big Dave


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Saturday, August 21, 1999

I'm not sure if this has been mentioned before but if you miss True Hollywood Story tomorrow you can see it again on Monday at 10 a.m. EST and 4 p.m. EST. I can hardly wait!!

Sue L.


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Saturday, August 21, 1999

I am looking forward to the E special tomorrow nite.

Sue L.


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Saturday, August 21, 1999

Tomorrow is the E special! I will be taping it after the A & E on Lizzie. I am very interested in seeing the show. I saw a preview of it- looks interesting. How do you get the tidbits on Bewitched. Let me know

Sam R
martinz@infinet.net


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Saturday, August 21, 1999

There was a definate rapor between EM and ML. No doubt about it in my mind, as well as AM. Liz may have prefered men in her personal life as friends but she had so much regard for the above mentioned. She was the consomate professional in every sense of the word. EVERYBODY: please note my email address change. I finally after all this time got on line at home tonight, but darn and whatever, I don't have spell check!

Marissa
http://members.theglobe/com/conundrumj/conundrum.htm


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Friday, August 20, 1999

Better see it! This theatre company is owned by him, and he earns money every time someone comes to that site. He's my good friend, so please, my other good friends do this for my sake. Please tell me after you have visited this site and I will send you a special treat.

Edwina
e.haselberger@worldnet.att.net


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Friday, August 20, 1999

Endora: Did that person walk around saying "Witches are good Witches are dear" I wish I'd read your post earlier I would have suggested "yagazuzzi" to you too (LOL)... Nevermind that Arthur did that to Dum Dum... Dum Dum and Endora worked together that time it was so odd....Earlier Endora told Dum Dum she was going to hang around to see what he was going to do for his next number(LOL){I Loved that line.....and errr ummm all of AMs other lines too!} ALL: Just a few more daaaayyyyyssss till the Bewitched E! True Hollywood Story.... I shall be making "Vats" of Earl Grey.....There will be plenty for everyone..... I want Real movie theater popcorn too! What a combo.... Yikes (LOL)See you all later.... (BFE)

Mark


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Friday, August 20, 1999

Breen: I know what you mean. EM really loved working with Marion Lorne. You can see it in her performance. I think she truly respected her. Probably Marion Lorne and Agnes Moorhead were her two favorites on the show (sorry Kasey) but I remember reading somewhere that EM preferred working with men as opposed to women.

Mark


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Friday, August 20, 1999

Breen: I know what you mean. EM really loved working with Marion Lorne. You can see it in her performance. I think she truly respected her.

Breen from London


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Friday, August 20, 1999

Mark: That's true, but you also (IMHO) cannot compare the relationship Sam had with Aunt Clara with, well I was going to say between Sam and Esmerelda, but really between any other two of the people. It was lovely.

Mark


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Friday, August 20, 1999

On another note-- I watched episode#83, The Short Happy Circuit of Aunt Clara the other note. I like the way Darrin called Aunt Clara "poor old girl" and referring to her being dumped by Occie as "if she dosen't already have enough troubles". I really like DY's Darrin relationship to Aunt Clara. That is one of the things I missed about seasons 1-5. You cannot compare that relationship with DS's Darrin to Esmeralda.

Mark


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Friday, August 20, 1999

I saw the promo for E last night. (Actually I just watched E to see if they would air a promo) It was great to see Bewitched advertised and talked about. They showed H. Pilato and scenes from episode #144 Darrin Gone & Forgotten.

Marissa
Has Anyone seen it?


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Friday, August 20, 1999

Have you checked out that website I told you to yet??? Hee HEE! PLEASE CHECK IT OUT!! XOXO

Jeff H


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Friday, August 20, 1999

To all my friends who have my e-mail: My e-mail will be changing but I don't know it yet, so please take me off your mailing list until you hear from me. I'm moving this weekend to Phoenix, FINALLY. I've been living in two states (jumping back and forth) for the past six months and its been a trip! Last night I was looking through the TV guide and saw the e! ad for Bewitched. It was a beautiful photo of EM (from the third season) and it was great to see. I'm definitely taping the e! show just for Vic's credit at the ending if nothing else, he's really awesome and I'm glad he was able to participate in it!!! I think its great that even after 30+ years there is interest in Bewitched. And remember, if the show is really bad, we can always turn down the sound and just enjoy the pictures of Bewitched!!! Thanks everyone, for being my friend!

Lizzie


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Friday, August 20, 1999

Hi Everyone! I looovvvee Bewitched! Does anyone know which t.v. stations still play the show?

Endora
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Friday, August 20, 1999

Breen: You turned down AM photos? What's the matter w/you man! It's got to be another one of Aunt Clara's spells that backfired! Everyone: Someone here wants my Blair Witch tee shirt and I've decided I'll give it to them IF they walk around the office saying "Witches are good, witches are dear." (Remember that episode)? He doesn't have to do it on horseback though. I'm making him do this because he constantly teases me about being a BW fan.....let's see what happens....something tells me when the day ends I'll still have my tee shirt (LOL).

Breen from London


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Friday, August 20, 1999

Congratulations Marissa.

Scott from Ohio
Retr0dude1@aol.com


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Thursday, August 19, 1999

Does anyone know if Doc Bombay is in the upcoming special?

Marissa
Hi all!


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Thursday, August 19, 1999

Our last 3 performances were a sucess!! All 5 sold out!! I had way too much fun in the play this summer! It's all over though! It makes me SO sad to think that. And my dear love Andy! BOO HOO! HE's back to NYC yesterday to see the premiere of MIckey, Blue Eyes, because he's in it. If anyone is going to see that movie, please check out this website at the end of the note, or anyone else, Because thee's a picture of him and some info about him. At least maybe I'll get to see him when he comes back for Christmas. Volleyball is off to a slow start (I'm the team captain). School starts Wednesday. PLEASE CHECK OUT THIS SITE ABOUT ANDY! WEll, I guess I'll go for now. Write Back people!! here;s the site http://members.theglobe.com/conundrumj/conundrum.htm PS-If some scary guy wants to find out where I live by seeing the city on this site, too bad, cause this isn't where I live. I would have known him earlier, much earlier if I lived in this town. ANYWHO, PLEASE, PLEASE CHECK THIS OUT! i WILL LOVE YOU TO DEATH IF YOU DO!!! XOXO

Miguel Galli
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Thursday, August 19, 1999

THANK YOU MY FRIENDS FOR THIS SITE. ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY STILL IN OUR HEARTS......ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY STILL BEWITCHED....... Miguel Galli




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Thursday, August 19, 1999

I herd that also about AM the womans name is Debbie Reynolds It said that this woman and AM had a very long affair and after AM died Debbie Renolds continuedto take care of her lovers estate for years That is true love

Breen from London


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Thursday, August 19, 1999

Sorry, my distress got the better of me, I meant to say, there were only TWO Bewitched photos and 1 AM. BTW when I went to the counter and asked the assistant if he had any Bewitched photos behind the counter, she said 'yes' and went and got a book and popped it in front of me...containing B*Witched photos. I thought it was amusing for some reason.

Breen from London


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Thursday, August 19, 1999

I am SOOOOOOO STUPID. I am really really dense. A long time ago I went to the Hollywood Superstore, which is near Centrepoint in London. I found by chance they had loads of Bewitched photos behind the counter. I got quite a few, but I left most behind. I was already buying other non-Bewitched photos from the counter and I was paying a fortune. As I went away the guy said to me he had AM photos as well, and I said, no it's okay../..today I went again. I decided I'd just get every photo I could, all the ones which I didn't get last time, including cast members and AM photos. THERE WERE ONLY BEWITCHED PHOTOS I HADN'T GOT, AND ONLY 1 AM PHOTO. All the others were gone. HOW SILLY CAN I BE, IMAGINING THAT ALL THOSE PHOTOS WOULD JUST WAIT FOR ME UNTIL I DECIDED I WAS READY TO GET THEM..........Well, it serves me right.

**SCH**
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Thursday, August 19, 1999

ENDORA!!!! Say something, PLEASE!!!!! It would be alot cheaper!!!!!!! PRINCESS: I can only imagine what it sounds like, down there! The clouds are dark, here, and the ground is shaking with extreme vibrations!!! Oh....! Guess who I hear laughing in the background! Yep! It's good ole Dad himself; Uncle Arthur! He'd better watch it, as I doubt that ENDORA is in any mood for his antics!!!!!

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Thursday, August 19, 1999

Oh goodie! We get to go from no mention of AM at all to wild speculation on her sex life! This is getting better and better (NOT!) However, true to my word, I'm staying calm (thunder rumbling, bric a brack shattering....)

Bruce


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Thursday, August 19, 1999

and I almost forgot they said something about AM and some actress named Reynolds being an Item I believe you know what I mean

Bruce


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Thursday, August 19, 1999

Its me Bruce The Loch nest Monster I just rcieved an email About the special I'm not saying who it came from because she didn' want any email abuut it But She said that some of the toppics will be about D.Y.'s Drug habit and D.S. being Gay and that Aunt Clara had a problem with alchol as well as one of the Gladys Also some thing about Em cheating on her husband with either D.S. or D.Y SHe said By what she had seen and herd their was going to be dirt on everyone even the one that played the kids I hope this isn't true because I really like the show and all of its cast My most favorites was EM and Aunt Clara Sorry about the bad news Poeple but thought you would like to be prep warned

Mark


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Thursday, August 19, 1999

Favorite EM bored look (naturally from the 8th season, my favorite one, haha): When she would be standing with one arm folded behind her back..she looks like "what am I doing here". Actually EM looked the most beautiful (to me) in season #3 and from season #1, the first 17 or 18 episodes. I love that look.

Sue L.


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Thursday, August 19, 1999

Victor, I saw the pixs of 1164, how lucky that you were able to go there. I would like to, but I don't know anyone. What was it like? And the info on E! thanks for sharing it. I hope it is really good because the ones I have seen on E are real good. I love the show! The tabloids always give bad stuff if there is not bad stuff. Or they dig up dirt. I am not fond of the enquirer or Star but I love the E! People magazine seems to be more reasonable. We love the stars of Bewitched and whatever they have done in private does not change our opinions. I was not putting down E or anything, but some tabloids keep dragging it forever and should give it a rest. We all hope the E is done well! Right gang! I like the board here.

Mark


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Thursday, August 19, 1999

Endora: You should be glad if E does not mention AM because that show RARELY has anything good to say about someone. I'm sure they have to mention her but if it is anything good it will be very short & sweet. I've been frequently watching E True Story and they focus on the bad gossip not the good trush. Please don;t expect much. I really like AM but I know you really adore Endora.

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Thursday, August 19, 1999

Vic: I'll take your word for it (and knowing you were connected w/the project makes me feel much better), but the ad I saw last night had me FLAMING. I was on the phone w/a friend and the poor guy said I made his ears ring. Of course the main reason I was going off was because ABOSLUTELY NOTHING was said about AM at all, and she wasn't shown in the ad! I really resent that a warm, wonderful, magnificent goddess who had a 50 plus year career that brought joy to so many people is being dismissed by a bunch of baby boomer yahoos because she didn't have enough "scandal" in her life! But again, in deference to Vic, I'll try to stay calm (yea right) until I actually see the show. Edwina: I'll send you the AM articles, one of "witch" was prominently featured in her biography (bye Rupert!)

Alex


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Thursday, August 19, 1999

GAng I think your getting yourself all worked over nothing I really don't thing they are going todrag the show around in the dirt Its not worth making yourself sick over you know how you feel about the show and that's all that should matter. I don't even like to think this but lets face the facts here the show isn't going to run forever.lets just be happy it has lasted this long. I don't want to see it go anymore than you all but its goin to happen some day and your going to haft to face it

Esmerelda the very scared YOO HOO MAID~~
YooHoo_Esmerelda@hotmail.com


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Thursday, August 19, 1999

Its really terrible to think that a 2hr program can ruin eight years of excellence!! I will be VERY VERY angry if they ruin Bewitcheds SPIRIT, because if they do I WILL NEVER WATCH THAT NETWORK AGAIN! It may sound silly, it does to me but Its my principals at bat! It seems to me everyone is SCARED of these things and don't know what to expect!?!?!?! Because E! have known to be rude at many times! SOON AN UPDATION OF MONTGOMERY MANIA, A REPORT OF 2000 and why have known of the board members emailed me ??? TERRIBLE (hehe) http://mm.home.dhs.org

Scott from Ohio


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Thursday, August 19, 1999

Broph, don't forget about the '60's!!!! Welcome back Lucy...We missed you. I wonder if 'Uncle Arthur Lynde' will be mentioned in the show. I wish I was off the night the special airs but then again, I don't have a TeeVee, so... I use memories for entertainment. Scott

Lucy
elbourne@email.unc.edu


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

HI EVERYONE: I'M BACK! And with any luck this time, I'm here to stay! I also have yet another new email address: please email me and tell me how y'all doin'. (I'm adapting to North Carolina very quickly!) This year I again have a networked university room: while I do plan to do some studying and see other parts of your beautiful country, it is likely that I will once again be spending many an hour on the computer! It seems that I arrived in America just in time, with the E! special being shown this weekend. However, I do not have a TV! Oh well, just being here is enough!

Mark


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

Eric: I know but you know what I got hooked on that E True Story show. I guess I like gossip..or there is nothing else better on TV (since Bewitched)

Eric


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

Mark: I don't know if you've seen the ad yet, but it was your typical "They had it all and then the curse struck" build up and atmosphere. Typical for the channel.

Mark


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

I finally saw the ad for Bewitched on eonline.com. It was not so bad. After all, E loves to make things look bad. I am going to have an open mind and take the whole thing in stride. The ad did not mention AM so I think it will focus on Liz, Mr Asher and Dics Sargent & Dick York. How come no one has emailed Kasey for her input?

Mark


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

Thank you Vic for you input. I am still anxious about our show. Edwina: tea time! Three more days till you know what.

Breen from London


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

Thank you Broph. I've added that to my Bewitched links page. I don't spend nearly enough time maintaining that site, I feel very guilty.

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

Another thing you heard here first: Erin Murphy will make it this year to the World's Largest Disco November 27, 1999 in Buffalo, NY: http://www.tvtoys.com/bewitched/schedule.htm for her schedule page and http://www.worldslargestdisco.com/ for the official site for the disco. Long live the 70s!

Edwina
e.haselberger@worldnet.att.net


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

Endora: When you get a moment, please send AM's self articles via e-mail. I should like to read them. Vic: Thanks for the input we are waiting with trepidation too. It is always good to hear from you... Mark: Ohhhh.... I feel so DUH!!!(LOL)Crunchy... Thank you... Ling-Ling: Thank you too. It is Earl Grey time want some? (BFE)

Victor (Vic's Bewitched Page)
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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

Hi Everybody. Well, everyone seems to be getting worked up abouth the E! True Hollwood Story on Bewitched. I have to say I'm a little worried myself. But I must go out on a limb to defend the project, eventhough I haven't seen it yet. E! contacted me months ago for information, photos & ideas. After the project was completed I was told it was a wonderful show! "Better than the A&E bio" is what I was told. William Asher, Billy Asher, Erin Murphy, Kasey Rogers and Alice Ghostly were all interviewed as was Sandra Gould before she passed. Perhaps the ads are a little "tabloid" in tone, but of course that is to entise the general public. After all how many copies does the National Enquirer sell weekly! Concerning Dick Sargent: his homosexuality was a problem for him in the late sixties through the seventies. Even up until the late 80's he was completely hidden. The rest of the cast only assumed & it wasn't discussed. So the promo is acurate. When Liz is mentioned and her tormented marriage was referred to; that too is a truth. Liz & William Asher as a couple, were very unhappy the last couple of years of the show. That was a major factor in Liz wanting out of the new 9th season. So if E! seems to be dwelling on these facts in the promos maybe we can give them the benifit of the doubt, until we see for ourselves. I hope my optimisim is well founded. Especially since my name will be listed in the credits. Let's all keep our fingers crossed. **Vic's Bewitched Page** ~~ http://members.aol.com/BewitchVic/main.html ~~

Rupert


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

If Endora mentions Agnes's biography once more, I shall leave this board

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

I second Ling Ling's vote for "A Very Private Person" by Warren Sherk. An even better source of information is on AM is AM herself. Along w/interviews, AM wrote several inspiring articles about her life and her beliefs. I have a couple of these available via email if anyone wants them.

Ling Ling


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

Edwina and Mark: If you really want to know about AM's private life, the best book is Warren Sherk's Bio of her (titled AM: A Very Private Person). It's out of print and rare, but it's the best. As for DR's biography, yes, it does mention AM in it as they were such good friends. However, I do not approve of DR's opinions of AM's relationship with her son Sean.

Sue L.


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

I did read the review for Bewitched. And guess what! They are real people too, just because they had problems why are they targeted. If the non celebrities had problems do they make a deal of it-NO. I love Bewitched and will make sure I tape it. I am curious. We should watch and then make our own opinions of how it was handled. The E on Bill Bixby was done well. I saw a Dr Bombay watch on The Partridge Family! And the Jeannie house & Sheila Sommers house. It is the episode where Danny thinks he is adopted.

Mark


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

No-in Debbie Renyolds own autobiography or biography, I don't remember which one, she mentions Agnes Moorhead.

Edwina
e.haselberger@worldnet.att.net


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

Mark: How could Debbie R. write an Autobiography about Agnes Moorehead? Did I just not understand? .......(BFE)

Mark


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

I hope E does not say anything about AM. Anyhow, what can they say other then she was extremely a true professional actress. I read that she would have no problems would any of her lines and had no problem getting into character. I admire the way on BW that sometimes that had her in a tree or on a car and she wouldn't even flinch. Question: in episode #2 at the end when D & S kiss in the doorway of their new home, the camera pans upward and then shows AM on the roof saying, "believe me, it will never work". Was she really on the roof of that house or not. If not, it really looks realistic. Not like how phony things looks in the later years. Besides if anyone wanted to read about AM's private life, they can read Debbie Renyolds autobio.

Ling Ling


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

Well, Endora, according to some people, AM and DW were "other actors" on the show, so they don't rate with the others, even thought AM's name is emblazoned on the beginning credits of every episode. I prefer to sit back with Edwina and her Earl Grey and just watch. Like Alex said, we all know what they'll say, and it doesn't matter since we (and every other intelligent person) know that Bewitched AND its actors and crew members were the best. The fact that E! is even doing a show about it says something.

Endora
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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

Ok, I know we've kind of beat this to death but, regarding the E! True Hollywood Story promo for BW, it says DS was "struggling to hide" his "homosexuality". I find this very misleading since EM knew almost from the beginning that DS was gay, and didn't give a damn. Nor, as far as I can tell based on interviews etc. did anyone else! I also would like to know how someone being comfortable enough w/their sexuality to tell their co-star about it shortly after they met them qualifies as "struggling to hide"? Finally, I thoroughly resent the way AM and David White are completely left out of E!'s program description. Obviously E! wasn't able to dig up any dirt on them or their private lives, so therefore they don't rate a mention! Pathetic Pathetic Pathetic Pathetic....

Mark


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

Edwina:Thank you.

Edwina


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

Mark: This is the E! on line website address..... http://aol.eonline.com/welcome.html. Navigate through and read the "catcher" about Bewitched for yourself. The ad isn't bad it is just "worded funny"... If you are 'into gossip' you will love the wording (perhaps.)All: Let's all have a nice cup of Earl Grey... kick back and watch the show. When it is over perhaps we can chat about it....I will bring the tea....(BFE)

Mark


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

Bytor: the episode in which Endora turns Darrin into a little boy also is from season #2, episode #46 titled Junior Executive.

Alex


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

Endora I think it would be nice to turn them into bugs and pu them in a tank of frogs

Alex


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

Hi everyone...Esmerelda I think that they are just saying some of this stuff so they can get people to watch the special on TV. they do this kind of stuff all the time, and we all know that they can't really harm the actors and actresses of the show. these people are for ever in our minds and hearts as fun loving people,and I think most of the people who have ever watvhed the show would agree Like I said I think its just to get people to watch it. As far as the actors and actresses getting tired of the show I'm positive that has some truth to it, But I had herd onetime that these people was trying to get away from comedy because it made it hard on them to get other acting jobs I mean take the kids from the Brady Bunch , and the Partridge Family those shows was funny but the people who played the parts never made it to the big timeno big movies and such, and I believe that was hurting a lot of acotrs and such. Once you made it big as a comedian it was hard for people to think of you as anything else, but some of them did go on Like Em,and AM but a lot never made it .

Endora
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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

Esmeralda: Agnes Moorehead was a what? Goddess? We already knew that, and it's ok, you can say it.....Personally I intend to watch the E! special for the same reason I watch BW...to worship at the shrine of AM. Of course, we do have to respond if anyone connected w/our beloved show is insulted, so lets plan a strategy now. I think carrots growing in a field of rabbits, maybe toads, perhaps artichokes....

Mark


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

I am so mad, I havent't seen one ad for the E! show. I did see a billboard on a bus for E! eith EM and Natailie Wood's picture-that's it. How bad are the ads????? I do know that E! will be rerunning the Bewitched story on Monday Aug 23rd at 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. e.s.t.

Bytor
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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

I found out the name of the episode that I am looking for...it's called "Out Of The Mouths Of Babes". Darrin is changed into a little boy. Please let me know if you can help me acquire this. Thanks! bytor@i1.net

Yoo Hoo Maid Esmerelda
YooHoo_Esmerelda@hotmail.com


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

Well Breen & Cindy I hope your right becuase I will be broken. You may think its silly but E! shouldn't do this (or if they do it!!). They will be wrecking televisions favourite withcy comedy show! It has worked me up alot !!! I am keeping this subject to the floor!! & we wil see what happens!! On a similar not are Columbia-Tristar STUPID!! Bewitched has had MAJOR MAJOR promotion in the last two years here is what we've seen of Bewitched in these years: ~~~~~~ALSO TO NOTE we've had two books published before these coming years.~~~~~In 1998 we had the ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY FASHION SHOW which I heard was a HUGE success! Also we had Bewitched replayed in many countries such as England, America and Australai that I know of!!!~~~~1999 We have had Bewitched replayed in the countries above! We have also had many articles printed. The E! Special THEY MUST BE THINK OF IT POOR KASEY AND MARK HAVE BEEN TRYING TO GET THIS PROJECT TOGETHER!! COLUMBIA NEEDS SOME SENSE KNOCKED INTO THEM!!

Bytor
bytor@i1.net


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

While not really a huge fan of the show (I certainly watched dozens of episodes as a kid), I am looking for a good quality copy of one particular episode...perhaps someone here can help me out. I don't know the title of the episode, but it's the one where Samantha's mom turned Darrin into a little kid. Please, if you have this let me know. I have much to offer in trade for this or will pay a nominal amount of $$$. Thanks! bytor@i1.net

Cincy Chris
ScreenGreats@webtv.net


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

Despite what E may "reveal",we as fans have heard it all before.I'm sure we'll be able to sift through the sensationalism.No matter what is said,I shall always remain loyal to the show and enjoy it as much as ever.Scott from Ohio:Wow! Sure would like to get some photocopies of those plans(hint,hint).Peace, Chris

Breen from London


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

Esmerelda: Yes it's very difficult. Here in the UK we have the 'gutter press', they print all sorts of scandolous lies. Sometimes they get sued but often people don't bother. But even though you know most of the stuff is rubbish, when you read it, most people feel that if something is written, there must be some truth to it..../...So don't worry if the E program spreads a little muck, it's not necessarily true at all, and things can be easily twisted around and made to seem much worse than thay are anyway!

Yoo Hoo Maid Again
YOO HOO YOO HOO YOO HOO YOO HOO


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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

Well I just finished watching a Liz Montgomery movie! SINS OF A MOTHER!!! it was great becuase this was the first Liz television movie! It was so different to Bewitched although she looked a like a Serena!!! and had a very evil attitude!!! Well since I taped it I can watch it again and again without fail!!!

Esmerelda
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Wednesday, August 18, 1999

Hey Everyone I have been real!! sick and couldn't post this terrible winter weather doesn't help! When I had a look at the E!ONLINE site about Bewitched ! I think they are going to absolutely DESTROY BEWITCHED just read the following: E! Takes you behind the magic sitcom to the lives of William Asher, Liz Montgomery, Dick York and Sargent! I am afraid they will destroy the Bewitched concept by saying terrible things such as! Dick Sargents homosexualuty: I totally 100% activist with those things and aren't afraid to say I know people who are! but E! will say this and that and bring our television show down!! Also they might twist the words and say Dick York was a drug addict forever 0n pills!! Poor Dick I mean the guy hurt his back and had to have the pain killers to destroy the pain! NOW what is wrong with that!! I really can't think of anything they might say about Agens Moorehead!! Although I really really hate to say but I did read some where, that some did think Agnes was a ... I really can't say I am so disappointed in this people for mocking mine/our greatest show ever!! The next thing is Liz that she only married William Asher for the Bewitched project and was a bad wife!! Which wasn't true!! I REALLY HOPE THIS ISN'T TRUE!!!! This would absolutely destroy me! I will get the E! online special later on I hope !!! I REALLY HOPE IT ISN"T I HATE MYSELF FOR EVEN SUGGESTING THESE!!!

TITUBA


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Tuesday, August 17, 1999

Edwina: here, here!

Edwina
e.haselberger@worldnet.att.net


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Tuesday, August 17, 1999

Hi All!!! While E! might stretch the truth (A lot) or say things we don't agree... Let us all remain Bewitched! The Cast and Crew are the BEST! We LOVE our actors and actresses & those behind the scenes... Directors and Producers... If E! wants to say anything negative about our "Loves" Don't worry.... they can handle the press..They can handle any "mud" thrown their way. When I first read the "catcher" for the show on the website... I was insensed then, I thought about it carefully... Mere mortals don't understand Bewitched and might try to understand it... being only human...they went digging for dirt.... The only dirt they found is the egg on their faces and dirt under their own nails... Dick York had a back injury years before.... took pain killers (prescription drugs... everyone look horrified quickly now...) Dick S. Admitted he was gay.....So what? Big deal!!!! What??? Some people had affairs? How about more gay actors/actresses on the show...What?? Will that cause us all to raise an eyebrow? Shall we all pretend we are shocked (LOL) No!! Our Beloved Bewitched can handle anything. I fully intend to watch this show, heck I might even tape it....(Besides, this is another show about Our Bewitched....joke's on them hee hee.) ...The E! show might even be a comedy (LOL).... Bewitched is time honoured... It is Our Immortal Beloved....(BFE)

Breen from London


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Tuesday, August 17, 1999

I would not be surprised if EM said something like 'I never want to work in a TV series again', or something like that. That's normal behaviour, you can't blame her for that, especially after eight years of hard work. I remember the great British rower, the guy who won four Olympic golds one Olympic after another, and he'd just won his fourth, and as he sat puffing and panting in the boat being interviewed, he said 'I never want to see another boat again. If you ever see me getting into one of these things, you have my permission to shoot me.' Six months later I think he was in training again.

Tifanie


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Tuesday, August 17, 1999

Hey everyone. Go to this site, scroll down and click on Bewitched. http://www.eonline.com/On/Holly/index.html

Broph
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Tuesday, August 17, 1999

One interesting thing I noted on E!'s online page about the Bewitched True Hollywood Story was that August 22 was listed as an "air" date and not a "premiere" date. Had the show been on before, but none of us had heard of it? They've done a lot more of these THSs recently and the new ones seem to be labeled as "premiere"s. Dunno - but it will be the first time I have seen it, and after all, isn't that all that matters?

Big Dave


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Tuesday, August 17, 1999

Hey beautiful people! I just came back from a highly stressful day of trying to find a place to live when I start college NEXT WEEK! Frankly, it's given me a sick headache. But as I posted earlier re the E! special my suspicions of trash talk are true. This is what is said about it in the 'Entertainment Weekly' Fall Movie preview magazine in the "What to Watch" section: "THE E! TRUE HOLLYWOOD STORY ~ Watch the now-nightly series make Elizabeth Montgomery's dignity disappear with this look at the cast of BEWITCHED." But I guess having them put it in that section it must be good viewing. And also on www.eonline.com in the E! on air section there is a little blurb about what to expect. I still will watch and record but I'm all ready for a boycott of the E! channel. (And considering I have to watch it at my Aunt's house as I have no access to the channel it will be easy!)

Sue L.


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Tuesday, August 17, 1999

I saw a special done by John Tesh in 1992? Liz & Robert Foxworth were both interviewed. She seemed really shy there. I don't remember seeing her on any other show to be interviewed. The house looked really nice & that was the house they lived in. It was a very good interview! They made such a nice couple. But I saw Bill Asher Sr interviewed and he still looked good for his age he would be younger than my Dad too. He seemed really nice. The show probably held their marriage together too. She had two men who loved her. I don't know about Gig Young or Frederick ? So Liz seemed to have a big heart. I wished I had written her a fan letter sooner. It came back unknown address in 1995, and then I heard she passed away.

Ryan
ryan@dddayton.com


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Tuesday, August 17, 1999

Glad to see you all can't wait for the E! Bewitched special. There is an ad for in this week's tv guide (Cher is on the cover). I can't watch, I don't have E!. That really makes me mad. I reall would like to see it.

Jeff H


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Tuesday, August 17, 1999

Hi! I have an article from the National Enquirer from 1972, they are credible right : ) anyway, the headline starts "I will never do another television series as long as I live". And with that statement Elizabeth Montgomery stormed off the set of TV's Bewitched . . . . I really think she was sick of it by the end and didn't want to be typecast as Samantha the rest of her life.

Mark


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Tuesday, August 17, 1999

Skip: you are right but sad to say this: I think the E! special is going to be pretty ugly. I have a feeling they are really going to blow things up and make it look bad. Either way I cannot wait to watch it.

Skip


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Tuesday, August 17, 1999

I vaguely remember reading or hearing something like that too, Mark. But again, I think it's a reflection of the fact that she wanted to make a change in her career. It's like when I finished university. I remember saying, "I can't wait to get a real job and start my life. Anything but assignments, essays and research work." But I loved my years in university, I just wanted my life to change direction. I think it's true for any of us who do the same thing for years on end, no matter how much we may have enjoyed it, the change is as good as a rest.

Mark


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Tuesday, August 17, 1999

Skip: maybe you're right. But I remember reading somewhere that someone asked her what she would be doing now (this is when BW ran its course) and she said, Anthing just so I don't have to twitch my nose for 8 years. I really do remember reading that.

Skip


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Tuesday, August 17, 1999

Mark: It isn't true that Elizabeth Montgomery NEVER spoke about 'Bewitched'. One particular interview that I have on tape was from 'Entertainment Tonight' Dec. 20, 1985. It was taped on the occasion of the upcoming airing of the TV-movie "Between the Darkness and the Dawn". In it, she is asked why she shuns interviews, and she said, "I'm shy". Then they showed a clip from 'Bewitched' and they talked about that. She said she loved the 8 years she worked on 'Bewitched' because the experience taught her an enormous amount. The thing is, she said at other times that when she finishes with a project, she wants to put it behind her. I too read the business about the wall of pictures in her house. I'm certain though that during the 'Bewitched' years she probably had dozens of pictures from the show displayed in her house. When the show ended, so did that part of her life as far as her career goes. The TV-movie picture wall was, I think, a reflection of where she was at the time in terms of her career, so displaying 'Bewitched' stills would have seemed a little out of place. In subsequent years, the subject of 'Bewitched' did come up during the odd she interview she granted, and she always spoke of it in glowing terms. Perhaps the most she ever discussed the show was with Herbie Pilato when he wrote the two Bewitched books. I've never heard or read a negative thing coming from her about the show. Of course that doesn't negate the fact that the show had run its course and by the end, she was more than ready to put it behind her.

Mark


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Tuesday, August 17, 1999

I just hope that the E! special on Bewitched is not so exploitive and depressing as the ad Eric said it did. I had a feeling because that I said earlier E! loves to dishearten viewers especially with a fantasy show like BW. BTW I have to say one thing, I really love EM but I did not like the way she NEVER wanted to even talk about BW. People loved her for that show. I know that was in the past but that must have been a part of her personal life she wanted to forget. I think though that she did realize that show made her a star, when it was on primetime and more so when it started in syndication. That show is STILL making her famous with all those newcomers who never saw the show before! But someone said that she had a wall at her home of her movies and work and BW was not even noted. I do not like that. She would have never became so well known without BW and with TV movies of the week. She is a great actress but fantasy & syndication can really make you.

TITUBA


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Tuesday, August 17, 1999

Thank you Skip.

Jeff H


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Tuesday, August 17, 1999

Hey Guys: As I was cleaning out my desk I ran across the voting we did about 2 years ago for our top three Bewitched shows. Here they are: #1: I Darrin, Take this Witch, Samantha. Tied for #2 in no particular order: Mother, Meet What's His Name, A is for Aardvark, Charlie Harper, Winner, Double, Double, Toil and Trouble. Tied at #3 is Follow That Witch, and If They Never Met. It seems like we all like the "emotional episodes" of Bewitched the best, where Darrin and Samantha show the love they have for each other.

Alex


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Tuesday, August 17, 1999

Well hello everyone I glad to see the board doesn't take as long to load up anymore good job I wish i got the channel as well because I would love to see the show Ok everyone talkt o you soon may you have a good day and blessed be

Mark


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Tuesday, August 17, 1999

Eric: what did the advertisement of E! say? I'm curious.

Endora
julia.devlin@aspentech.com


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Tuesday, August 17, 1999

Big Dave/Tituba: Re the tornado....I refuse to answer on the grounds that it may incriminate me....Jenny: Welcome! Everyone: I too have my suspicions about the E! show, but will be watching as well. Actually I'm counting down the days. SCH: I'm sure a tape will be popping into your mailbox shortly after the show is run....

Skip


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Tuesday, August 17, 1999

Tituba: www.insidetheweb.com/messageboard/mbs.cgi/mb36545

Breen from London


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Tuesday, August 17, 1999

Scott from Ohio: That's great. Now I wish someone would give me enough money to build a house using your plans.

TITUBA


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Tuesday, August 17, 1999

Jeff H; I agree with you.....I am sure Endora had something to do with that tornado!!!!!! Well Endora.....?

Scott from Ohio


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Monday, August 16, 1999

Hey everyone. I just received one of my old house plan books from Ebay and one book dated 1954 has the closest floorplan to 1164 as I will ever see next to Adams site on the web. The first floor was identical but the second floor didn't have a room over the den. They even have the sink in the kitchen with the window over it. What a find. I'm so excited. Dimensions, too.

**D n S**
rangerz@otbnet.com


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Monday, August 16, 1999

Oh!!! Thanks for resetting the board! It is great to load in a split second, and always knowing one can research the past posts in the archives is such a wonderful thing!!! It's just like....magic! :) Our cable service does NOT offer E!.....and doesn't look to carry it in the near future. I came very close to turning that rep. into a mannequin, let me tell you!!! So, I suppose I shall rely upon the kindness of friends, here on Broph's BW Board to record the program for me. :) :)

Eric


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Monday, August 16, 1999

I just saw a preview for the E! show. Seems like pretty sensational exploitive depressing stuff. Still, like most of you, I'll probably watch.

Jeff H


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Monday, August 16, 1999

Heather Ann: I was in Salt Lake City on the day of the tornado on business and I was one of those "innocent" people walking around saying, "There are no tornado's in Utah". It sure was freaky. Had I known we'd all be in town, we should have gotten together with Big Dave and had a party!!!! I think the tornado was caused by Endora, Big Dave was teasing her earlier in the week and Salt Lake City ended up paying for it. (Endora: Atleast you left the water-main's alone this time. Thanks :)


twitchery@yahoo.com


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Monday, August 16, 1999

***Don't forget everyone.... Bewitched E! True Hollywood Story airs Aug 22, 9pm Eastern. It's about time! Let's all email and thank them at: television@eonline.com

Heather Ann


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Monday, August 16, 1999

See, I knew it! I'm not crazy:):) Anyhew, Endora: First of all, sorry this took so long to respond to! Second, the tornado: My Mom and I were with our church group, and we had just came from having lunch so we thought we'd go hang out for a little while in the Brigham Young Memorial Park. We come out of the building, and to our surprise it was dark and cloudy, as a few minutes ago it was a beautiful day. We go to the park, and then we decide to go take a tour through Brigham Young's wife's house(Actually, we kind of went there to get out of the pouring rain.) We look down the street, and there is this black cloud with papers and other things blowing around in it. Naturally we thought it was just a really strong wind and nothing more.(The whole town was thinking that. Aren't we all so innocent?:)) Anyway, we go and have the tour, but we came out early to find all of the trees on the block had been torn to shreds. Not to mention the Delta Center and numerous other buildings. The streets were filled with clueless people, ambulances, and people who needed to use the ambulances. We all stood around, laughing at our luck, and our stupidity. Then, we all went home. With no harm done. Anyhow, I've got to go now, since I took up the WHOLE board(is that how you spell "board"?) Have a nice day everyone!:)

Breen from London


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Monday, August 16, 1999

Broph: Thank you........ARRRRGHGHGHRGHHGHRHGHGHGH.

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Monday, August 16, 1999

OK, Monday morning - typical New England Weather and such. For anyone who's wondering, the posts from the past few days, weeks and even a couple of months are still here - follow the link near the top of the page referring to "past posts" - there are two archive files. The first goes from March 10 to sometime in May. The second goes from the end of the first through yesterday morning. As far as I know, I didn't delete anyone's posts in the meantime, though the process will be a bit faster in the future. Sorry for any inconvenience - you are now free to panic as you like.

TITUBA


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Sunday, August 15, 1999

Polychrome: some wise troll got into my computer and I had a major "brownout"...please give me the address for Oz.

TITUBA


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Sunday, August 15, 1999

Alright....who's the wise witch? I leave for a few days and this is what I return to? Hmmm.....me thinks a spell is in order*~*~*~*

Breen from London


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Sunday, August 15, 1999

Heather Ann: Okay../..Edwina: Okay.

Heather Ann


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Sunday, August 15, 1999

Well, what a bunch of MONKEY CRAP!! We're starting over again? I don't like it at all. Everyone: Did someone ask me a question that I didn't get to answer, or am I just going crazy? Anyway, write lots of posts, this little board is scary and uncomfortable to me!:)

Edwina


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Sunday, August 15, 1999

Breen: Take three deep cleansing breaths.... Inhale hold till the count of five.... exhale. Repeat that three times....Feel better now? Don't worry there will be more posts....Just think of Clinton Jokes.....Now back to our regularly scheduled Bewitched episode...Fade in: Samantha twitches her nose and Darrin once again is turned into a monkey by... (BFE)

Breen from London


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Sunday, August 15, 1999

ARRGHGHGHG. WHAT'S HAPPENED. ONLY TWO MESSAGES ON THE BOARD. OH NO WHAT'S HAPPENED HELP ME SOMEONE. THIS IS A DISASTER THIS IS WORSE THAN THAT BIG THING THAT HIT THE EARTH AND KILLED OFF ALL THE DINOSAURS OH NO THIS IS TERRIBLE HELP ME HELP ME HELP ME.

The Princess
myladybug@prodigy.net


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Sunday, August 15, 1999

But, Broph, I LIKE to panic!!!!

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Sunday, August 15, 1999

Don't panic - just archived the last board (700k of material). If you're reading this soon after I type it, still don't panic - I just have to update the links for the archive pages.