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Big Dave
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Wednesday, March 22, 2000

Speaking of hot peppers... when I was living in Maryland my friend Bonnie invited me and my friend over for dinner. Her husband had made chili. Bonnie has these little deviant children, by the way...I'm all excited about chili and we take a bite and instantaneously my ears start burning horribly, my nose was like a dripping faucet and I thought my mouth, throat, and everything in that region was going to be ruined forever. Of course, Mike, Bonnie's oldest had slipped these white peppers in, three to be exact, along with the juice. It took quite some time to recover. I was very leary of ever eating there again. Of course Mike was force fed like three bowls of his concoction....

Scott from Ohio
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Wednesday, March 22, 2000

Edwina, you will love this one! About 8 years ago I was working overtime and someone offered me some of their chinese styled chicken. I forgot what they called it but it apparently had the Jalepeno peppers as. I had never heard of them and thought they were neat looking so I 'tried' one. Within a split-second, I felt as though my mouth was a disturbed bee hive! I didn't know what to do and was even getting dizzy. SOMEONE suggested milk and, of course, stunned as I was over this little garnish, I tried it. If I hadn't known this person through and through I would have declared that incident a conspiracy- as I was the house supervisor at the time- just kidding. It made for a good laugh later but at the time I didn't know what had happened to me.

Polychrome


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Wednesday, March 22, 2000

Lemon, please, Edwina. I don't really need a reason to ask for it, I just like pudding! Let's just say I "dis"agreed with how the JC incident (which I hope we've all had enough of by now)was presented from one book as compared to another, and felt a calmer opinion on the subject would not hurt. Now, let's talk about something else!

Sue L.


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Wednesday, March 22, 2000

I am not sure I want to read this book by Jackie Cooper.Isn't he a director now. I saw him in Superman as Perry White. Yes, the little rascals. BW is a good show...

Endora
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Wednesday, March 22, 2000

I agree w/Edwina anyone on this board can express their opinions, as long as whatever they say about AM/Endora is positive....

Edwina
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Wednesday, March 22, 2000

Polychrome: Were you "dissing" our Bewitched Family? I must be in my stupid mode today and didn't see it.... if you have eaten a hot pepper of course you can have pudding... by the way the family on this board is free to voice their opinions about characters... their likes or dislikes, after all we are all family here... We share our opinions without trying to tear their memories apart. I am talking about when an outside 'idiot' "JC" for example writes junk just to fill pages in a book be it autobiography or otherwise.... I think I have given you a clearer understanding of the meaning now or at least I hope so.... Oh, witch type pudding do you prefer Polychrome? Stay Bewitched Everyone! Hugs to all! Pudding to Polychrome....(BFE)

Polychrome


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Wednesday, March 22, 2000

Endora, I, too,find Mr. Cooper's sexual revelations distasteful, but there is nothing of that in his recounting of dealing with our beloved Elizabeth. Whether he was honest in his account, only he can say. Since we all seem to be voicing our opinions on this subject I will say this- regardless of what did or did not happen between EM and JC, Bewitched was a fantastic show all because of Elizabeth Montgomery. Jackie Cooper knew it and at least had the decency to say so in his book. Anything else regarding him is immaterial. Edwina, may I have my pudding now?

Sue L.


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Wednesday, March 22, 2000

On BW 2 nights ago, the spacecraft from? You can definitely pick out Steve Franken as the taller one. The N gun is for niceness. Oh ho ole Darweed wanted to use it on Endora. What was that spell again Aunt Clara? Did you see Gladys peeking over the fence. Wait, where is their house? I thought across the street but it is actually down the street to the right and then and then make a turn to the left. But she can see them if she is standing in the yard and really looking to the right. Interesting. Where is mother partridge? Probably in the garage singing.

Edwina


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Tuesday, March 21, 2000

Hi All: I have a scathingly Brilliant idea.....(The trouble with Angels)Anytime anyone "disses" any of our Bewitched Family let's send them some Tex Mex with hidden jalapeño peppers this way they can experience: burnt tongue, tear ducts working overtime and their eyes bugging out of their sockets. And not let them have a drop of milk or pudding. Hey, I'll send them to graves too! Oh okay, I won't do that, it is not a nice thing to do to a nice piece of land or a tombstone rrrrrrrraaaaarrrrrrr... Hugs to you all! Stay Bewitched Everyone (BFE)

Big Dave
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Tuesday, March 21, 2000

Endora & Scott: I appreciate having some back up since the only thing I know of Jackie Cooper was from the Jeannie book. He sounds like an irreputable man and I must agree with Endora that, yes, EM didn't smear her eyeliner covering her 'steely blue eyes' to kick his a**!! By the way, speaking of the Jeannie book I wrote a review of it on amazon.com. I think mine is the only review.

Endora
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Tuesday, March 21, 2000

Polychrome: I too have read Mr. Cooper's bio and found it to be nothing but a litany of all the women he slept with. His whole attitude toward women is appalling yet he seems to think, throughout the book that his non stop litany of sexual escapades is IMPRESSIVE! Most (mature) people are more concerned w/what you do than w/who you do, a lesson he obviously never learned. His bio was nothing more than a mega ego trip, and the life he portrayed was obviously lived in his own mind more than in reality. Frankly, I didn't believe a word of it then, and I don't believe a word of it now. EM did retain casting controls, she and BA did own a portion of the show (even before season 6) and they did run BW essentially the way they wanted to. Everyone connected w/the show has maintained this. Mr. Cooper can say what he wants, but that little "blue eyed" blonde kicked his a** and kept kicking it for 8 seasons, no matter what he says now. Scott: You go boy! You are oh so right!

Breen from London


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Tuesday, March 21, 2000

Last night I watched Alergy to Macedonian Dodo Bird, and Endora was great. She was so funny when she pretened to be helpless. 'Oh Dobbin please adjust my pillow'. LOL And it was so funny when she refused to get Darrin's name right. (And remember I'm a Samantha/Serena fan.) And when Darrin and she were making comments about each other, poor Samantha just sat down in the middle, caught between the two of them as usual. During the episode Darrin says, 'Sam knows the rules, I FORBID witchcraft in this house.' This morning I watched 'Samantha's Thanksgiving to Remember.' Well she really loves Aunt Clara. When Darrin was annoyed that Aunt Clara was staying, Sam took no nonsense. She got annoyed, snapped her fingers and used magic to go upstairs to Darrin, and simply TOLD HIM not to be rude to Aunt Clara. This was the only relative for which Samantha took such a firm line with Darrin. BTW this thing about Sam not using witchcraft was her choice, she usually did not, but when she DID want to use witchcraft she went ahead and did it, despite Darrin. I mean to say, count the number of times she DOES use withcraft each week!!!!!

Scott Viets
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Tuesday, March 21, 2000

Countless e-mails have brought me here to respond to Re: The whole "jeannie"/jackie cooper biz. Okay, here goes: Regardless of how well the "Jeannie" book is written or not, isn't it just a teensy bit INAPPROPRIATE that the Jeannie book decides to use as its final chapter, an ENTIRE CHAPTER about "Bewitched"? Using glossy photos and masquerading as a "tribute" while all the time DISSING it and its star in a feeble attempt to make Barbara Eden look better than Liz Montgomery is absolutely inexcusable. Books and TV specials about "Bewitched" have never stooped so low. For a book that claims "taking sides" between the two shows is "grostesque" -- the lady doth protest too much. Otherwise, why feel the need in a book about "Jeannie" to discuss "Bewitched" so thoroughly in the vein of "we did not rip the show off EXCEPT for"..and then unapologetically leave little innuendos that Liz was nothing but a B**** ." Nice! The "Jeannie" book, in my opinion, was thoroughly delightful UNTIL it decided to end with its "Bewitched/Liz-Bashing" chapter...yuck! Pointless. Tasteless. Rude. P.S. Kudos to "Big Dave" for being so passionate and speaking out about this!

LARRY TATE
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Monday, March 20, 2000

thanks for the info dave it was much appreciated.it seems to me that we have to take what was in mr. copper's book with a grain of salt as his book is going to paint him in the best possible light to feed his ego,if bill asher ever finishes his autobiography then we will hear the full story.i suspect liz got everything she wanted but had to go thru the charade of the letter of apology & capitulation to sooth mr. copper's ego,as bill asher was the principle director & i assume choose the ass. directors & guest directors in effect thru him EM had a veto over the directors.as well she cast AM as ENDORA & i suspect thar thru bill asher & danny arnold who cast BEWITCHED she also had in effect a veto on all casting decisions.in fact i would not be surprised if her good friend harry ackerman told her "go along with this letter of apology b.s. & i as executive producer will give you every thing bill dozier verbally promised you",this seems reasonable as mr. cooper had no day to day or operational involvment with BEWITCHED.i also surmise that thier making up 5 years later was because EM crushed mr.cooper in contract negotiations when her contract was up after the 5th season when she got total creative control written into her contract as well as an amazing 50% ownership of bewitched from that point onward.she got this buy threatening to quit the show after 5 seasons as you may recall on the E SPECIAL saying she was weary of the show & the time away from her kids as well wanting to do other roles, i don't believe any of this was the case at the time(although it probably was from the latter part of the 7th season on)but was simply a superb negotiating tactic that was amazingly successful.

Scott from Ohio
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Monday, March 20, 2000

A holy kiss to everyone! I sure missed you guys/gals. Sounds like everyone in Vegas had a good time. Someday... Oh well, AM always appealed to me as a down to earth person. Of course, do did EM;however, some of the people in Salem tells a different side and so did the photos at the Hawthoune. BTW, did those photos ever turn back up? Any clues? Later gators...

Polychrome


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Monday, March 20, 2000

Big Dave, I think you will find a more accurate account of the encounter between Jackie Cooper and EM in his book "Please Don't Shoot My Dog". The whole problem with the confrontation revolved around Bill Dozier leaving and Jackie Cooper taking his place. EM very nearly did lose Bewitched because Cooper knew her contract and was not willing to accede certain items that Bill Dozier had promised only verbally. For those who think she did the butt kicking, it was not so. EM finally sent a written apology to Mr. Cooper which recapitulated all her demands. He had it legally added to her contract, an addition she signed. Mr. Cooper goes on to say that although she wouldn't speak to him for the first five years of Bewitched, she was a perfect lady and he gives her all the credit for making the show such a success. They finally did reconcile in 1968. This account also mentions blue eyes.

Endora
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Monday, March 20, 2000

AM story alert! This weekend I met someone who worked in the theater from 1974 - 1978. No, he never met AM but he did meet a man who was a friend of hers. This man was a florist and lived in Beverly Hills near AM, and he and AM used to work in her garden together. He said AM was the sweetest most down to earth person he ever met. He said she liked to work in her garden and she'd go out in front of her house in her straw hat (she must have looked so cute!) and be watering her roses and if the tour bus came by she'd just smile and wave....he also said she was one of the few people from their Beverly Hills neighborhood who didn't look down on him because he wasn't an actor.

Breen from London


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Monday, March 20, 2000

There was another Bewitched reference on the Simpsons. I forget exactly the details, but basically a demonstration was taking place (some women who's clothes disolved into bikinis), and the reference was, it took place outside McMann and Tate's office. Anyone else remember this in more detail?

Big Dave
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Monday, March 20, 2000

I agree, Endora. Mr. Cooper obviously didn't have much class...I forgot to mention the BW related experiences of my trip. I went with my friend, Juston, to California so he could visit his mother and she looks alot like Erin Murphy. So I just imagined myself actually hanging out with Tabatha, all grown up. It seems that Uncle Arthur and Serena took their chocolate-nut-dipped-banana making skills to Disneyland where I purchased one. They are actually quite good. Plus Tabatha, I mean Juston's mom Dionna bought me a guide to the stars homes and I found EM's former home. I didn't have enough time to actually go see it but next time I'm in California I plan on doing that...Last night's episode of 'the Simpsons' had references to BW. They were kind of derogatory though. Bart is seeing what life is going to be like in 30 years and he has done nothing with his life but mooch. When he gets back to his apartment he has been evicted and he remarks, "Man, I had a half a beer in there and Bewitched is on!" Later on when the family is eating dinner at the White House (Lisa is the first straight female pres.) Marge asks what everybody did that day and Bart says, "Bewitched Marathon." Oh well. This the third time an episode of Simpsons has had reference to the show. Once when Bart is writing on the blackboard it says "Bewitched doesn't promote Satanism" and the other reference was when Grandpa Simpson is having a kidney transplant and they show the outside of the hospital and you can hear on the intercom, "Dr. Bombay, Dr. Bombay, Come Right Away."

Big Dave
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Monday, March 20, 2000


Endora
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Monday, March 20, 2000

Class will tell right Big Dave? As far as I know EM retained cast approval, witch is why the everyone on Bewitched was so mega talented and awesome! Obviously the Jeannie people agreed, since they ended up borrowing Paul Lynde and Boyce and Hart! BTW, it sounds to me like Jackie Cooper had the attitude, not EM. It also sounds to me like EM kicked his a** w/o smearing her eyeliner, and the poor little man still hasn't gotten over it. In fact I'll bet he had his hands over his crotch the whole time he was giving that interview...not to mention her eyes were more green than blue, but being the kind of jerk he sounds like he probably never looked any higher than her chest...what a loser he sounds like. Definitely needs dungeon time!

Big Dave
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Saturday, March 18, 2000

I forgot to mention the topper to the whole magical trip, watching 'Fantasia 2000' at the IMAX theatre at the Luxor in Vegas. What a masterpiece!! I thoroughly enjoyed the yo-yo playing flamingos. And what can you say about seeing Mickey Mouse seven stories tall but 'Wait for it...wait for it...' (You must watch the deleted scenes from Austin Powers 2 on the DVD to understand). LARRY TATE: Here is what you've been waiting for. Previously I had mentioned that in the IDOJ book 'Dreaming of Jeannie' some rather insulting remarks had been made towards EM. They came from Jackie Cooper, who was V.P. in charge of Screen Gems Television during the 60's. He just says that he was 'forced into the ring with [Bewitched]s star, EM, who had delivered the first punch. The star's sudden demands in the beginning nearly got her replaced'...the author mentions that Tammy Grimes was initially to be Samantha...Jackie Cooper says that he met with EM and she stared him 'down with those big blue eyes of hers ("which could become steely blue when she wanted") and told him that without the implementation of her wishes--such as approval of directors and the cast--she wouldn't be on the show. "It's too bad," she told him stubbornly,"it would have been a nice little show." Mr. Cooper says that EM was quitting so he had his casting office begin looking for another girl and that they had prepared to make screen tests with three other women. "[He] felt this was simply a power struggle and decided it would be better to replace [EM] than acquiesce to her list of ultimatums." Then it says one day before the tests EM relented and came back and "Cooper had won the fight and 'kept everybody happy' in the end." It seems to me that they were trying to make EM look like a power hungery b*$@h and that Cooper was the reason BW ever came into existence not to mention the fact that every so often in the book they try to say that IDOJ is not a rip-off. At the end they have a section about BW and it includes a comedian's rendition of three 'lost' episodes of BW that include the materialization of Hitler, Darrin losing his genitals because of Endora, and Mrs. Kravitz being run over by Darrin because she had been turned into a cat. But I must agree with Edwina BEWITCHED FOREVER. And I must complement Herbie J. for not including disgusting remarks or a plethora of swear words not suitable for all ages like Stephen Cox did in this book. I'll shut up for now and I hope everyone has a Bewitching Weekend.

TITUBA


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Saturday, March 18, 2000

that was supposed hic to be an "eight hour drive" - hic.

TITUBA


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Saturday, March 18, 2000

Hey Big Dave: yes, I am in Reno....about an eight hour frive from Vegas. Did you enjoy our little southern part of the state? It's pretty amazing. As for the Oz stuff, I mentioned before that you can still see Dorothy downstairs in the mall at the Emerald City shop complete with yellow brick road! I can't remember if the other figures where with her or not? hmmmmm. Guess I'll have to go back (too bad-hahaha!) And yes, we are definitely on for August! Bring your skivvies....it's going to be a scorcher at that time of year!

Big Dave
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Saturday, March 18, 2000

Hey there guys and gals of the cosmos!! I just returned from THE most MAGICAL Spring Break ever! I'm pleased to report that the Mouse and Crew are doing well, thank you very much. Yes, I realize that I do get a lot of magic from this board but Disney magic, well, what can one say? Where else can I have a make out with Ariel...oh, I meant to say where else can I have my picture taken with Ariel (it's just that I thought about makeouts so much). I always wished that BW had an episode where Tabatha goes to Disneyland. I always wanted to zap myself there and couldn't understand why Tabatha didn't. Or maybe Serena could go there and cause some trouble flirting with Captain Hook or some of the Princes. The Disneyland 45th Anniversary Parade was just wonderful. I cried much when I had to leave. Then we made our way to Vegas for a couple days of gambling (unfortunately I couldn't tune my metaphysical vibes in with those of the slot machines so I came home with no more than I left with). I saw that you guys were speaking about the figures from the Wizard of Oz that were set up in the MGM. Where have they gone to? We went there specifically so I could show my friend Kimberly where they were and they weren't where I had seen them last. Tituba, had I remembered you were in Nevada I might've popped over for an hour or three. No matter, I'll see you in Reno, right?

Breen from London


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Saturday, March 18, 2000

Hi Everyone. Happy Belated St. Patricks day. I live in London, but my blood is 100% Irish. I even have an Irish passport to prove it. That means that, unlike Endora below, I can drink, drink, and er, drink.

Endora
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Saturday, March 18, 2000

Hi everyone! I'm half Irish and half Italian myself, w/a tiny bit of rouge French thrown in...as one of my old bosses said, that means I can drink, eat, dance and love :-) AM also had some Irish blood in her even though she came by her red hair the same way I came by my black hair (the beauty parlor!)

Poly O'chrome


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Friday, March 17, 2000

Sure an there's bit o'Irish in me family! The Bailey (and the blarney!)in me only rises to the surface on St. Patty's day, but it's worth waiting a whole year for it. Take care everybody and have a wonderful weekend!

Edwina
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Friday, March 17, 2000

Hi All! Sue L: Thanks for the clarity. The figurines in Texas I am sure are similar to those in Vegas and Reno and other displays. Sue, I Hope you had a really great time!! The Wizard of OZ is such a wonderful story. All: I celebrate two heritages.... I am Irish and German.... A bunch of drinkers with a knack for Cooking... Sauerbraten with dumplings... cabbage and biscuits and all of it covered in gravy... and of course... Bratwurst and Kraut, Corned Beef and Cabbage with potatoes and gravy of course...just to name a few of the easier dishes... Ocktoberfest is another wonderful festival...Both heritages drink like fish (alcoholics too) and eat like birds "witch" by the way eat a lot!!! I am hungry now.... Everyone to the broom room let's go! Sam R: Happy St. Patty's day to you too! Happy St. Patty's day to one and all..... I hope none of us has been drinking that green beer.... Stay Bewitched Everyone! Great to see you all.. Remember don't drink and drive...BFE)

Jude
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Friday, March 17, 2000

Hi all! BREEN: I'm a retail merchandiser and a market researcher. I accept different contracts from different companies to do work in retail stores such as audits, inventory, displays, orders,returns, customer service evaluation, etc. Sometimes its fun, sometimes its not. Especially at tax time when I have to file and pay self-employment tax here in the good ole US to the nasty but necessary evil known as the IRS. SAM R: I have Irish blood from my maternal grandfather's side but the French side really dominates so I often refer to my self as The Cajun Leprechaun(a good nickname, no?) :)

TITUBA


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Friday, March 17, 2000

Sam R: what makes you think I'm irish? Just because I drink like a fish, have red hair, and believe in Leprechauns-hee hee. Actually, there may be just a smidge in there somewhere but I'm mostly Italian.

ld


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Friday, March 17, 2000

erm yes there was i think, was it series 3

ld


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Friday, March 17, 2000

happy ST Pats dDay although I cant remember any ST Pats episodes

Sam R


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Friday, March 17, 2000

Oh, it is my lucky day to finally get to post and say hello to all my buds! Happy St. Patrick's Day everyone! Who else on the board has Irish blood besides Tituba, Edwina, Endora, and myself? I am using Broomhilda's computer today as it is her day off. She has the internet here at work but I do not, witch does not seem fair, as this is much more important than work related issues. Anyway, I should have my new server set up sometime next week at home. I know that I sound like a broken record but I will email everybody with my new address as soon as I find out what it is.....Stop groaning everyone! I can hear it all the way to Canada! God bless you Randie Mills, whoever you are.....you've made things soooooo messy. Take care everone and have a wonderful weekend!

Sue L.


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Friday, March 17, 2000

Edwina, sorry, I meant Tituba. Tituba, yes it breaks my heart and he looked so worn out-DY

Sue L.


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Friday, March 17, 2000

Tituba, wow maybe I saw you in there! Next time you go let me know where you will be. I will let you know where I will be. How weird!

TITUBA


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Thursday, March 16, 2000

Sue L: you were so close to me yet so far away! I too remember the Oz theme...it was wonderful. BW related - I hate to watch the last episode with my dearest Dick York....it breaks my heart to see him in that condition. I prefer to remember him so full of life.

Breen from London


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Thursday, March 16, 2000

Jude, what do you do?

Sue L.


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Thursday, March 16, 2000

Edwina, we were in Vegas over the weekend and got back yesterday. I remember the OZ theme. Oh, they had a show too. I somehow missed that. The big ballon too.. I have some figurines from there too. Oh yes!!! The hotel has changed too. The theater inside is no longer there. I am sad. It is really getting bigger with more hotels. I saw the last DY episode yesterday. He looks so tired. Liz is pregnant too right?

Broph
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Thursday, March 16, 2000

Just got some interesting e-mails about some happenings on a recent weekend. Strange things are afoot, indeed. BTW, congrats to all who have kicked the smoking habit - it took my parents quite a while to even want to quit and the years of damage to their lungs is, I'm afraid, too evident. Quit smoking as soon as possible - I know it's hard, but the problems you'll never know will be worth quitting now.

Jude
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Thursday, March 16, 2000

Hi All! Has anybody noticed how the editing for the first several episodes of the third season seems whack? First, different musical tags for "written by and directed by" sequence is used before settling into the one that is used the most for the rest of the season. Then in the episode where they are testing Tabitha's powers--the opening sequence has a noticeable gap where Sam is supposed to check in on Tabitha but here Sony just chops it off. Then in the Gerry O'Toole episode, they use one musical tag then quickly use the ending of another tag to start the show--weird!! Anyways--you all make me envious--you all have big plans to get together and boo hoo, I won't be able to make it(unless Endora swoops in and takes me flying!! "Fly me to the moon, Endora, my love"). Being self-employed doesn't allow much luxuries--ha! if any. Well, thank God I have a computer and free internet access and the ability to come here and be with you guys--hey, I'm blessed!--one day, maybe we'll all be able to meet. :)

Breen from London


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Wednesday, March 15, 2000

OMG. I never even realized that. I'm married to Samantha and messing about with Jeannie. That's it, you've cracked it. My ideal life is being married to Samantha and (assuming Serena is out of town) having an affair with Jeannie.

Endora
Endora@moorehead.com


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Wednesday, March 15, 2000

Breen: It does when you're married to Samantha!!!

Breen from London


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Wednesday, March 15, 2000

Hiya guys. I went to bed upset over something, and so I had a strange dream. I wonder if any of you guys can analyze it? Jeannie and Samantha were both pregnant, and their husbands were taking them to the hospital to deliver. The thing is, I was Samantha's husband. We had to get in a plane to bring them to the hospital. What does that mean?.......Later on someone was lost in the sea, and Jeannie said she could cast a spell to find them, but she'd have to er, 'sleep' with me to do it, which as she was on her way to the hospital with her baby she couldn't do.....I was surprised she was so warm and friendly and smiling, giving the seriousness of the situation.......but you don't have to analyze that part, dreaming about sleeping with Jeannie hardly needs to be explained.!!

TITUBA


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Tuesday, March 14, 2000

Edwina: I saw a wonderful display on Oz at the MGM in Vegas. They had all the wax figures too, even the witch in the forest. The Wizard was flying in his baloon way up over the casino. It was a wonderful theme but they have since replaced it. You can still see the wax figures downstairs in the mall shops.

Edwina
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Tuesday, March 14, 2000

Hi All! Hugs! Polychrome: They could be the same figurines...Dorothy, Lion, Tin Man, Scarecrow and Toto too! We saw the Wicked Witch of the East's feet sticking out of the house that fell on her. There was this really cool display of Margaret Hamilton transfering into the Wicked Witch of the West and back again... it was truly a cool sight! Okay, yes there were other stars depicted.... as well as movies... Gone With The Wind... I think I may have let a cat out of a bag here though...The Wax museum was really really cool.... Returning to my regularly scheduled program really really stinks by comparison. There wasn't anything Bewitched related and we were bummed about that!Oh...okay we were sulking and in a very deep depression it is a most horrible reality.... We consoled ourselves with the knowledge that Endora promised to put something Bewitched related in there. Oh gee I told you that already.... ohhhhh I am sounding like a broken record... a broken record...By the way folks I have a had a few queries..... asking me what BFE stands for... (Bewitched For Ever) I ummmm just Love the book ... and Bill Asher's special tribute is so special....it causes me to be (ahem) very happy... just to read his words.... therefore, I am telling Bill Asher how I feel all the time! There, now you ALL know... See you all soon and I hope to be in Reno kicking up my conservative heels too! ....(BFE) Y'all

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Tuesday, March 14, 2000

Tituba: I'll be in Reno, and so will Rita and Big Dave (and Heather Ann). Who else is coming????

Polychrome


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Tuesday, March 14, 2000

Wow! Everybody sounds so busy! Big Dave, get the Magic Kingdom warmed up for me, I'll be there in about a month for a second honeymoon. I know this is really going to date me, but EPCOT was just a large hole in the ground when I went there for my first honeymoon. Edwina, I have a picture of the OZ characters done in wax that were part of a museum that used to be in Florida. D'ya suppose the ones you saw are the same figures? Were there other Hollywood figures where you were at? Hey Endora, I came across a Broadway LP the other day in one of the many boxes of stuff I need to go through and in it were two little pictures of AM in rehearsal for "Don Juan" and I think the other was from "Victoria". I'd have to go dig it out to get the show names right, but I thought about you when I saw the pics. Unfortunately, AM's voice isn't on the album, just the pictures in the record booklet. Hope life isn't too mundane since you and Edwina have returned to your regularly scheduled programs! :^)

TITUBA


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Monday, March 13, 2000

Edwina: of course there will be a Trekkie convention....in RENO! There always is. Went to one and had a ball, even kissed Mr. Scott! Endora: do send those pics of Oz...after all, there's no place like home. Everyone: so who's planning to come to Reno in August?

PETE
PANOCERES@Webtv.net


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Monday, March 13, 2000

HELLO EVERYONE: It's been a long time since I have posted, but I thought my news was a good reason to pop in. Last night TNT broadcasted THE SCREEN ACTORS GUILD AWARDS, and about 90 minutes into the show, they took time to pay tribute to all of the SAG members who passed away in the last year, and yes, SAG included a quick clip of SANDRA GOULD from the Ben Franklin episode, where she's on the witness stand. Again, it was very quick, as they had to show many other familiar faces who have also passed on, but very appreciative and very thoughtful to include this very special and talented character actress as part of their tribute. Back in September, two months after Sandra passed away from a stroke, The Emmy Awards did not include Miss Gould in their tribute segment honoring all the television actors who had passed on in the past year, and keep in mind when all these award shows pay tribute to actors who have passed on during that year, they didn't have to be a nominee or winner of any awards ceremony, just a working actor in television or film. So shame on The Emmy Awards for not remembering her and A BIG THANK YOU to SAG for rembering SANDRA GOULD. A very sweet and talented actress, a beautiful human being. You will always be remembered thanks to all your work you leave behind for us to watch for ever. You will be missed, GOD bless you always... P.S. "And you were the BEST Mrs. Kravitz!"

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Sunday, March 12, 2000

Edwina: Don't feel bad, my flight was delayed too, by 30 minutes because some stupid mortals weren't able to get through customs quickly enough. I am also glad to be home, but I'm sure that will change tomorrow when I'm back at work :-) The pleasure of going to Ft. Worth was all mine, I had a wonderful time and miss it already. Edwina is just as sweet, caring, wonderful and special as she types on the board, it was an honor to meet her...I can't wait til the next time....

Edwina
e.haselberger@worldnet.att.net


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Sunday, March 12, 2000

Hi All! Meeting Endora was such a blast that the plane for my return trip was in queue on the runway for what was is it Endora an hour??? I tried to wave at you Endora but the stupid system had me stashed on the other side of the plane..... Before we ventured to the Airport, we stopped in at the Wax museum.... Polychrome, Tituba, and Skip and Everyone else....Guess what we saw there? You got it! There was a section for The Wizard of OZ! It was soooooo Kewel! They had the gall not to have anything Bewitched related.... Endora is going to whip something up and put it in the museum..... I wonder if Endora will be putting a replica of Agnes Moorehead.... ya think? Then we checked in at the airport and ate some sustenance..... Had to keep up our strength you know....Endora did take pictures of the Oz section.... By the way....we were both in one of those pictures where they put your head on this gorgeous body.... Too bad I couldn’t keep the body tee hee hee....Eating all the exotic foods, we did and the southern hospitality I guess the mortal body is going to stick around.....for a spell... I am glad to be home and in the bosom of my family after a week.... I did have a blast kids!! Thank you so much Endora for coming to see me... I feel so special.... Endora, you are right... Ft. Worth will never be the same! If I am ever sent to Texas (work related) again I will try to arrange a closer to Houston flight.... By the way, I was expecting Endora to have much shorter hair..... I "heard" that our Brand of Endora has long hair and yes she does...Endora is just as funny in person as she types on the board....what you see is what you get and you know where you stand..... I realize we are going to have to make up a Star Trek convention for "His Lordship"....in Reno of course..... He can go off to it and we can convene or shop or whatever we want to call it.... Oh, okay have a "Bewitched Convention"....Don’t forget William will be on the Today Show 3/17/00 at 6:30 A.M…. Thank you again Endora! It was GREAT speaking with the Princess too!....She laughs all the time... I love it!!!! She was probably laughing at the way I 'talk'....Texas what I saw of it.... is a beautiful state... Stay Bewitched All!!! Hugs all around (BFE)

Edwina & Endora
Ft. Worth Public Library AGAIN!


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Saturday, March 11, 2000

We had a marvelous day yesterday, we flew out to visit the Ewings at their Southfork ranch. Such delightful people, especially that JR! We then went back in time to 1887 and ate dinner at the Ballard Saloon and Grill in Wylie, oh I just love the 19th Century West, don't you? It's always a delight to stop in and set for a spell....after we got back to the 21st century we decided to go for some frozen cosmos cream, Edwina got a cone to keep it in but unfortunatly the magic hadn't been completely removed from it and the cone ended up flying away before she could partake...it still blowing around Ft. Worth, even today. I got a magical malt in one of Maurice's mega Martini glasses....mmmmm trust me I didn't end up sharing that one w/Gladys Kravitz, like Maurice did that time he found out the mortal boy really belonged to the Tate's not his daughter! This morning I had my usual ravens eggs over easy but Edwina was in the mood for something different so she had Parisian Bread soaked in ostrich eggs and covered w/maple syrup and bacon on the side....naturally we also both had our morning Earl Grey and Turkish cafe au lait....now we are merely coasting, trying to determine how much trouble we can get in to in our remaining three hours in this place and time, before we must mount our airplane wings and fly back to our typical but far from normal lives.....wish wish wish every single one of you could have been here with us.....love to all and "BFE". Agnes Moorehead quote of the day: "Nothing is as dull as constant reality."

Sue L.


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Friday, March 10, 2000

Oh, roses are red, violets are blue, I am me and .." come on Aunt Clara how do you change Endora back in to human form from a duck. Watch out Aunt Clara, now that Endora has her powers back. Endora to Darrin:What is the attraction in her room? Darrin to Endora: Privacy. I hope I got that right, huh Derweed or is it Dennis.

TITUBA


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Friday, March 10, 2000

Endora and Edwina: sounds like you two are having a great time! I am glad you got to meet! BIG DAVE: I am totally jealous....the Magic Kingdom is my happy place!

Sue L.


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Friday, March 10, 2000

In reference to the song. who is the guy that Serena is referring to? Is it her dream person?

Endora and Edwina
Ft Worth Public Library


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Friday, March 10, 2000

We're here! We've been having so much fun it's a wonder we haven't been arrested! I flew in on the wing of the plane approximately four days after Edwina caught her wing and was greeted at the airport by a sexy redhead in a Bewitched Tee Shirt holding a sign that said "Bill Asher is a God!" I wish I had more vacations start out like that! We talked to Sam R last night and filled her in on what we'd been doing so far, she's probably still laughing! Today we had a late breakfast of raven's eggs over easy and have been shopping ever since....spending all our mortal money :-) After this we're on our way to a snack of chocolate covered bananas w/nuts made especially for us by Arthur and Serena (Edwina likes Arthur, but I personally wish he'd stayed on his side of the world this weekend...and forever). Wish you all (y'all for those of you from the southern part of the cosmos) could be here! Big Dave: Magic Kingdom? Like you don't already get enough magic from all your buds here!

Big Dave


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Friday, March 10, 2000

LARRY TATE: I'm sorry that I have waited so long, it's just that I forget to bring the book with me to the library. And unfortunately you're going to have to wait a little while longer (about a week) because I am going on vacation to the Magic Kingdom for Spring Break. I'll try and remember when I get back.

LARRY TATE
MCCARTNEY_T_A@YAHOO.COM


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Thursday, March 9, 2000

big dave on behalf of myself & all other bewitched & EM fans ,i beg i plead i beseech of you to end this torture & reveal to us the specific comments made re EM by this cad of a screengems emplyee in tony cox's book.then when suitably informed we can arrange an appropriate punishment like forcing him to watch every episode of married with children over & over again with his eyelids taped back.p.s does anyone know why EM made no movies from 1986 to 1989 after making @ least 1 movie every year since bewitched ended.

Big Dave
drbombay76@hotmail.com


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Wednesday, March 8, 2000

Sue L:If you go to www.geocities.com/carpet65/astro.html there is a place on there that talks about the crossovers between BW and IDOJ. It is a rather biased site since they claim IDOJ is better, but I suppose that's the truth as they see it. I say, BEWITCHED FOREVER!!!!

Sue L.


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Wednesday, March 8, 2000

Yes what that one when Jeannie put together a band? Is that the song they played? Oh that was boyce & hart? Yes, I saw that one. thanks!! Another BW crossover! who else on BW & IDOJ later on?

Big Dave
drbombay76@hotmail.com


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Wednesday, March 8, 2000

I just wanted to toot my own horn here if I may. If you go to Amazon.com and look up 'Bewitched Forever' the first customer review is mine. Notice how many customers found my review helpful compared to the rest... Oh, I have a message from Serena too: Hey there galaxy groovers! It is my bag as entertainment chairman of the Cosmos Cotillion to tell you about the CD compilation which features my all time hit "I'll Blow You a Kiss in the Wind" sung by two swinging mortal singers, Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart. It is called 'The Songs of Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart'. There are other groovy songs on there as well. It's just too bad they didn't mention my name in the liner notes. I wonder how they'd feel if I turned them into an out of tune piano!....I took Serena's suggestion and purchased my copy, special order from Barnes & Noble. It is now one of my favorite CD's. I listen to it constantly. It features 'I Wonder What She's Doin Tonite', Serena's song, and 'Out & About' which they performed on IDOJ plus 15 others performed by different singers which are great songs that I didn't realize they had wrote.

CEWdem c/o Endora


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Wednesday, March 8, 2000

I have to tell you that when Bewitched first premiered, (what back in 63 or 64), my grandmother would turn the TV off because she thought it was evil to have a show about a witch. Now this is the same 61 year old woman who never missed an episode of Peyton Place. Eventually, she started "letting me watch" because she saw the man as victim and he was mortal and that was a lesson I needed to know....I think it was the third year, she was around the set watching the show and laughing and her favorite was Endora. My favorite characters were Aunt Clara and Uncle Arthur, in fact I had people who would hear my voice and say I sounded like Uncle Arthur. I remember standing in line at the Azalea Terrace at Foley's talking with a friend and this couple tapped me on the shoulder and said "has anyone ever told you that you sound like that guy on Bewitched?" I just looked at them and said yeah, about a million times, you are talking about Paul Lynde, Uncle Arthur. We all just laughed. What pleasant memories from an innocent age gone by.

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Wednesday, March 8, 2000

Only one more day (32 hours, 13 minutes and 22 seconds) til I meet Edwina. I can't wait! We are going to have a positively bewitching time! BTW, my new boss is very cool. She came in my office to talk to me about the new job and asked me what my goals were and I pointed to my Endora picture and said "A woman like that." She laughed and said "Ok, let me rephrase...what are your REALISTIC, JOB ORIENTED goals." Speaking of work we had more fun w/Mardi Gras yesterday, I gave AM some beads to wear too (purple of course), and ate a piece (ok several) of King Cake for her (w/purple icing of course!)

Big Dave


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Tuesday, March 7, 2000

Jude: I'm not sure if the producers would've been planning on having Mary Grace Canfield as Mrs. Kravitz considering they cast her as Abner's sister. The last b&w was saved and made to be a 'Remember-when..." episode because Samantha is pregnant through most of it....WOO-HOO! New reviews and new stuff on Vic's page! Thanks guys! Before I go to look at the new stuff I must tell everyone about my dream last night. I had picked up these kids (five and younger) that were playing in the middle of our busy street and took them down to my house because their parents were no-where to be found. When I get to my house I can see that the previous owners of the house next to ours (irreputable people at that) are trying to break in and claim it back (they were kicked out.) All the neighbors are out trying to get them to leave and so the man says he is going to destroy the house if he can't have it and proceeds to take a sledgehammer to it. I hear somebody tell the Norens from across the street to call 911. I turn to see who it is and it is Samantha. She tells me after the Norens leave, 'If you want me to I'll fix the house by magic and really show those guys." And I said sure. She twitched her nose and all the broken glass and walls fell back into place, which scared the morons and they left sceaming. And Samantha says "Good!" Then I remembered I had all those kids in my car and when I went to check on them I could see that they had spilled milk and cereal and everything else inside. I was really upset and Samantha tells me, "Don't worry. Their parents are home now. I'll just zap them up to their rooms AND clean your car." and in two waves of her hands the kids disappeared and the car looked better than ever... I wish I could dream of Samantha more often.

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


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Tuesday, March 7, 2000

Hi Everybody! Well as promised we have an update. Pop over to see new photos, a new article on the article page, lots of new additions to the Inernational page, two new and very rare sponsor openings & 6 new reviews by the one and only Bewitched Critic! Have a good day, everybody! Vic "Vic's Bewitched Page" - http://members.aol.com/BewitchVic/main.html

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Tuesday, March 7, 2000

Well my email is working again (though I don't know for how long, it lasted 30 minutes yesterday). No phone yet though, witch is not necessarily a bad thing! My new office is lovely, and made lovlier by the appearance of Endora on the walls. The new building is beautiful too, and so far my new job is lots of fun (I haven't had to do anything yet, hee hee), so...so far so good. Now I'm off for some King Cake....Happy Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday) everyone!

Sue L.


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Monday, March 6, 2000

Well, according to Darrin. He can say it without malice that his mother-in-law is a w-i-t-c-h. Ooh, that Derweed. He probably forgot his well, you know her birthday. And she got a big kick out of him not knowing yet about Tabitha's powers. Well, Endora, many happy wishes. Where is Maurice when you need him.

Jude


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Monday, March 6, 2000

Well, Arthur is up to his practical jokes again, making me forget to post me name. Endora, please do something about that brother of yours!! :)




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Monday, March 6, 2000

BIG DAVE: Thanx for the info! For awhile, I didn't think anybody was gonna answer me question. Was the last b/w episode filmed earlier but saved to air last due to Alice Pearce's death? And did the producers always planned to replace her with a new actress or were they orignally intending for Mary Grace Canfield's character of Harriet to replace Gladys permanently?

Big Dave


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Monday, March 6, 2000

Jude: The other episode that you're thinking of witch features Charlie Leach is called 'the Catnapper'. He comes back and finds that Endora is a witch and steals a client-turned-cat for evidence.

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Monday, March 6, 2000

Hi guys, all set up in my new office but still don't have phone or email capabilities. I"m borrowing a friends PC to post this. Hopefully I'll be on line by this afternoon! Til then, stay Bewitched!

Polychrome


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Monday, March 6, 2000

Hi Ryan, the number for Columbia House is 1-800-457-0866. Everybody-have a great week!

Ryan


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Sunday, March 5, 2000

Does anyone have Columbia Houses' Customer Service number?

Edwina


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Sunday, March 5, 2000

Hi All! Sam R: Peek a booh! I see you! I think everyone is still at the party celebrating Endora's Birthday. Stay Bewitched ALL! (BFE)

Sam R
ramills58@hotmail.com


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Saturday, March 4, 2000

Be patient with me everyone....I'm testing to see if this posts. Would one of you leave a message if you see this...please...? Golly, I sure do feel like I'm lacking the 'Clarity of Aunt Clara'! As I check the posts at this moment, all I can see is posts from yesterday...are there more for Saturday? Thanks BW buds...

Jude
jhc86@netzero.net


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Friday, March 3, 2000

Hi All! ENDORA: Happy Unbirthday to you! And may you live to the ripe old age of 3,025! I just got a thing for a lady who dresses in lavender! ALL: Wasn't there a third episode featuring that nosy detective? Somehow my memory fails me. Uncle Arthur is up to his old tricks--probably spiked me coffee this ole morn!

Big Dave
drbombay76@hotmail.com


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Friday, March 3, 2000

It was 34 years ago today that Alice Pearce passed from this life to the next. Of course, she was the first Mrs. Kravitz and I must say that I enjoyed her interpretation of the character more than Sandra Gould's version.

Cousin Henry
cousinhenry@go.com


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Friday, March 3, 2000

ENDORA: Would've witched you a Happy Birthday, here, earlier, but dear 'ole Dad decided that I should be called into work on my day off! What the what is that all about?????? Work is for Mortals! I tell ya! However, I've been to the Moon and back trying to locate you to personally witch you a Happy Birthday! So....... Happy Birthday, my Favorite Auntie!!!

Sam R
millsr@telus.net


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Friday, March 3, 2000

ENDORA: 'me, me,me,me....' (Aunt Clara clearing her throat all ready to sing????...)...Okay, here I go now....."Happy AM to you....Happy AM to you... Happy AM Beloved Endoraaaaaa.....as she sits up on yourrrr rooofffff.....and many times more......." Bravo! Cheers! Good show! And may God bless you muchly within the following year!

Tifanie
elizabeth_41533@yahoo.com


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Thursday, March 2, 2000

Happy Birthday Endora! I'm sure you hear this all the time, but you don't look a day over 2,050. :-) Have loads of fun on your special day.

Breen from London


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Thursday, March 2, 2000

Endora: Have a very happy birthday.!!!!!

Big Dave
drbombay76@hotmail.com


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Thursday, March 2, 2000

Endora: ~*Happy Birthday to You... Happy Birthday to You... Happy Birthday, dear Endora... Happy Birthday to YOU!!*~

Ling Ling


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Thursday, March 2, 2000

Endora: Happy Birthday girlfriend!! Make sure you eat lots of cake so you get the baby! Is the Endora picture hung yet? Maybe Miss Madeline can help you! (Tee hee!) I'll be eating a whole box of Milka eggs for you today...

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Thursday, March 2, 2000

One thing that I may have to keep handy is the telephone number for the Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library. Hi Joe!

TITUBA


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Thursday, March 2, 2000

Endora Dear.....do have a simply marvelous birthday!

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Thursday, March 2, 2000

Endora - May you have a wonderful birthday. If you can't be nice today, at least have fun with whatever you do! And do me a favor - eat an extra slice of cake for me. Thank you, thank you very muuuuuchhhhh.

Edwina


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Thursday, March 2, 2000

Hi all again, hope your day is marvelous too just not as entirely special as for Endora.....Sam R: I have to tell ya kid you were sounding kinda "winey". I do hope you had your glass tee hee hee...feel better D A R L I N G! Your point is well taken and noted about the EM, BE and SF along with Rosey O'..... As far as Bill Asher... remember he was in Love with EM....okay, he still holds a special place in his heart for our Lizzie... isn't he a dream boat....(sigh)........Stay Bewitched Everyone (BFE)

Edwina


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Thursday, March 2, 2000

All: Hi! Grand Good Morning to you all! Today is a very special day for one of us...therefore, it is special for all of us! ~Endora~: Happy Birthday! I Hope you get all you want for your Birthday and that your day is so special, have a lot of fun as well. Happy Birthday!!!!

Dave (Desktop Themeatre)
freespiritual@yahoo.com


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Thursday, March 2, 2000

Just want to let anyone interested know that I have updated the Bewitched desktop theme again. Now comes with a screensaver and a few other changes. This will probably be my last update for quite sometime. Thank You.

Sam R
millsr@telus.net


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Thursday, March 2, 2000

HELLO RYAN: The above address is my current one. Thank you for inquiring, but I don't think it will last that long cause I am not very happy with the server thus far. I'm hoping to get your newsletter in the meantime and I'm glad you called me about it. How the heck are you anyway Ryan? email me at work at millsr@jothomas.com you 'son of a gun....you....'.... Now, about EM and BE...I don't know if I mentioned this before, But bare with me if I have, when I watched Rosie 0 in 98', she had Sally Field on and Sally was refering to the time when she, (starring in The Flying Nun) and BE, and EM were all in 'make-up' at the same time in the morning, and that "Elizabeth Montgomery growled at Barbara for being so perky and cheerful so early in the morning", or words to that effect...then Rosie looked startled and said, "Do you mean that Samantha growled at Jeannie?" Sally said 'yeah,'...Well fellow BW family, the way I look at it is this, if Liz was irritable first thing in the morning I think of this.....she was working an average of 70 hours a week at the time, trying to raise 3 small children all close in years, was well into 6 years of doing BW, and was well, knowing DY was leaving soon, and would it not be obvious, was feeling so much pressure that her walls were wearing thin...as far as I have heard, she was always a total professional, even to the end of her life....There's more, but I'm sure that's enough for now. Needless to say, I feel very protective towards those who cannot speak for themselves when they are gone........EDWINA?....I do sound like I am PMSing, do I not....? Anyway, Liz held alot of people together during all those years, even when she was very, very tired of it all. Our Bill Asher, I'm almost sure, would agree to that as well....

Lucy
elbourne@email.unc.edu


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Thursday, March 2, 2000

HI EVERYONE!! Wow, it's been a long time since I stopped by! I'm afraid American college life seems to take up more time than the English equivalent! What with mid-terms, roomate problems, and going to Tarheel games, I have little time for anything else! But I am enjoying myself, especially watching Bewitched every night; and now I'm beginning to realise that the year will be over all too soon, and I'll be back in England before I know it! BTW, if anyone is vaguely interested in what I've been up to this year, I have a web page with photos on: www.unc.edu/~elbourne . PRINCESS: I saw that question on "who wants to be a millionaire" too; easiest $64,000 I have ever heard of! For the first time I am doing a media criticism course; last week I had to do an essay on "I Love Lucy": and they call this 'work'???!! Unfortunately nothing on Bewitched yet, but later on in the semester we will be discussing how the internet has helped TV fans find each other and build up a sort of community; if possible I will be sure to give this site a mention! Anyway, have fun, stay Bewitched, and I hope to hear from some of you soon! :)

Robert
muzlvrr6@aol.com


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Wednesday, March 1, 2000

Hi Everyone! I Love the show Bewitched and nothing will ever compare to it.Classic forever! I need some help, maybe someone is out there who can help me! I have been searching for copies of the Tabitha show with Lisa Hartman. I am most certainly willing to pay for such episodes!! Could someone please work some magic for me and contact me. Thanks for reading this! Peace! Robert

Big Dave
drbombay76@hotmail.com


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Wednesday, March 1, 2000

Endora: I need to take sides with BE for a minute. I didn't mean to make it look like she was the one being demeaning to EM because she wasn't. The bad things said about EM were quoted from somebody that worked at Screen Gems at the time. Obviously somebody who wanted a little attention for raising a ruckus. The next time I post I'll have the book with me so I can be more specific. I feel bad that BE was set-up against EM because I agree, any actress compared with EM has a lot to live up to. I think pitting BW against IDOJ is ridiculous in the first place because I enjoy both shows. I always viewed IDoJ as what would've happened had Durwood not been so resentful of the witchcraft going on. Plus I feel BW was meant for an older audience and that there was some message to it. Steve Cox says that IDoJ was strictly created for fantasy fare and nothing more. I agree. And I suppose the fact that Major Nelson having a scantily clothed supernatural sexy female living with him appeals to my libido. I think both EM and BE are very beautiful women. But I would have to take EM side on the morning issue. Frankly, I am not worth speaking to before 10 a.m. and even then it is very iffy... I really enjoyed last night's episode of BW 'Disappearing Samantha'. It is one of the more spooky episodes in the series only because it deals so closely with real life. I thought that it was very spooky that Osgood Rightmire had not only control over Samantha but over Endora as well, visibility wise. I could also see by watching this episode why the producers of the show asked Bernard Fox to come back as a semi-regular warlock. He works better as a supernatural than a mere mortal.

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Wednesday, March 1, 2000

P.S. Go to www.photoclassics.com They have several pictures of EM for sale, one of AM (witch I already have), and yes, several of BE too! And at reasonable prices no less. BTW, I have dealt w/them in the past and they are excellent, ship quick and the merchandise is quality.

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Wednesday, March 1, 2000

I heard the real promble Barbara Eden had w/EM was this: BE was a morning person and EM was not. Both had early calls for their series and would often be in the same makeup room getting their hair done. BE, wide awake and chipper at 5 a.m. or so would sing and chatter. EM, not awake at all, would tell her to shut up. BE apparently resented this and from the sounds of it still hasn't recovered. Oh well. Not to mention EM was prettier than BE, and Samantha was a much better character than Jeannie. EM was hired to play Samantha because she was a wonderful actress as well as being sexy and beautiful. BE was hired to play Jeannie cause she was sexy and beautiful, that she was (and is) a good actress was strictly secondary. Plus the fact that everyone knew from day one (and still knows) that IDOJ was a BW rip off and that BE was a poor man's EM had to have caused some resentment as well. Face it, BE must have had EM's name thrown at her constantly, and probably still does (look at all the Samantha versus Jeannie contests, witch Samantha always wins I might add)! Finally, EM had a phenomenal career post BW, and that just didn't happen for BE. Frankly, I feel sorry for BE, because from day one she was set up to compete w/EM and that was a competition she just couldn't win...heck, no one could! Of course, that doesn't excuse her taking this out on EM, (I mean comeon it's been over 30 years - grow the f**k up) but it does make it somewhat understandable.

Breen from London


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Wednesday, March 1, 2000

OffTopic: Just to let you know, the bid for the Jeannie doll was $66 at midday on the second last day of bidding but before the bid closed it got to $649.49. That's more like it.

Ryan
TO SAM R.


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Tuesday, February 29, 2000

The address I send my BW newsletter to (that @telus one or whatever) I keep getting an e-mail back from someone name Randie, who says that you took or address or something...I don't know, but can You give me a new address to send it to. THANKS RYAN

Big Dave
drbombay76@hotmail.com


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Tuesday, February 29, 2000

Endora: Did you hang 'Essence of Endora' at home or in your office? Just wonderin... Speaking of AM, like we always do, I purchased the book 'Dreaming of Jeannie' by Stephen Cox. A more appropriate title should've been 'Trying to prove Jeannie is not a rip-off of BW'. It's a good book if you like Jeannie and there is a whole section at the back about BW, not deragatory in anyway. But back to AM, Barbara Eden says in the book that AM was one of her fave actresses. It also said her original name was Barbara Jean Moorhead but that her mother married Mr. Huffman and Babs took on that name. There is also a picture of AM on one of the 60's talk shows. I was a little incensed at the things said about EM though. They made her look like a brat. Something was said about her almost not getting the role of Samantha because she had too many demands. I just think it proves what wonderful people fans of BW are that we don't have to spread lies about Barbara Eden, that we can enjoy BW and Jeannie as two seperate but similar things. There is also an interview with Erin Murphy in the BW section.

LARRY TATE
MCCARTNEY_T_A@YAHOO.COM


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Tuesday, February 29, 2000

GOOD NEWS FOR ALL ,THE WONDERFUL ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY MOVIE BELLE STARR WILL BE ON THE NASHVILLE NETWORK (TNN) ON MARCH.16 @ 5.00 PM P.S.T. ON SAT.G5 TRANSPONDER 18 & @ 8.00 PM P.S.T. 0N SAT.G1 TRANSPONDER 6 & @ THE SAME TIMES ON YOUR LOCAL CABLE CHANNEL IF THEY CARRY TNN.ALSO DOES ANYONE KNOW WHY EM DID NO MOVIES FROM 1986 TO 1989 AS SHE MADE AT LEAST ONE PER YEAR FROM 1972 TO 1995 OTHER THEN THOSE 4 YEARS.

Edwina


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Tuesday, February 29, 2000

Hi All! Hope all is well with this Bewitched Family. Sam R: You thought "ror" a few scrolls you missed some hidden meaning??? Sam R, you know that there isn't anything that can slip by your scroll....SCH: Well... D A R L I N G! It is Earl Grey for Everyone!!! And the party is in the South of France... To the Broom Room everyone... Sam R, put that cig out... this is a no smoking flight.... This is when it is Kewel to be a quitter.....Stay Bewitched everyone (BFE)

Charles_m_35
Charles_m_35@yahoo.com


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Tuesday, February 29, 2000

I usually watch Bewithched on the screen gems network, but haven't been able to recently due to my work schedule. I noticed one of the trivia questions on the sreen gems network this week was why Sam was hiding behind the door. Does anyone know the answer to the question. If so please tell me.Thanks

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Tuesday, February 29, 2000

Today one of the new guys came by my office to ask me about a contract and the whole time we were talking he kept looking over my head and then suddenly he said "Can I ask you something? Why do you have a big picture of Agnes Moorehead on your wall?" I gave him the obvious answer "Because she's a goddess and I worship the ground she walks on", and complimented him on knowing who she was. This led to a discussion of how great she was, talk of her death due to filming "The Conqueror" on a nuclear test site etc. Shortly after he left one of the other move coordinators came through and was talking about how attractive and sexy AM was (my favorite topic!) Shortly after she left my boss called and said he'd moved me to a new area in the new office, a "primo cubicle" (his words) and he'd measured it and made sure there was plenty of room "For Endora". What a positive influence AM is on the lives of everyone she touches!

Sam R
millsr@telus.net


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Monday, February 28, 2000

Hmmmmmm........I am catching all these "roofs" and "Ahems", and I thought ror a few scrolls that I had missed some hidden meanings...But in the meantime, Hello everybody. I hope all my buds here are doing well. congrats SCH: My hat, (if I wore one is off to you for quiting the smoking). Gosh, I hope that I do it soon myself.

LIFFY


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Monday, February 28, 2000

who would have thought toys of yesteryear would be worth so much?

Breen from London


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Monday, February 28, 2000

Off Topic: This is about I Dream of Jeannie, so please forgive me. But I'm on the list for BlinkTwitch, and a recent mail from Greg Weir was about a picture of Barbara Eden taken on 25 Feb. She is selling off on Ebay her own personal Trendmasters Jeannie doll. This auction is for one of her charities, DreamStreet. I had a look http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=270175749 and the current bid price is $66. Bidding ends tomorrow. Now I don't know much about doll collecting, but considering this is Barbara Eden herself, her own personal doll, autographed, and it's for a charity, I would have thought the bid would be much higher?

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Monday, February 28, 2000

Tituba: I couldn't agree more, especially since one of the most apt descriptions of Samantha (and one of the reason I love her even though she frustrates me endlessly) is that she has a "kind and understanding heart". This was spoken by none other than Aunt Clara, who's own heart was also extremly kind and understanding (for the most part, we'll overlook the "goose" incident for the moment), so that made it a double compliment. SCH: Look up? Look up? At who? Endora sitting on the roof, or your father, Arthur, in a tree (before I knocked him out of it). Hee hee, just kidding, I know who you mean. Congratulations on being smoke free. AM, as you know, didn't smoke, didn't drink, and didn't allow herself caffine (I was tied w/her until that last one ha ha), so I'm glad to see you're attempting to follow her example. It's a good one to follow actually, in more ways than one, but since this is family board I'll leave it at that ;-)

Jude
jhc86@netzero.net


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Sunday, February 27, 2000

Hi All! Is it just me or has Nick at nite skipped some black and white episodes? To me, the run has gone by faster than I thought and there are some episodes I have missed despite taping every night.

Sue L.


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Saturday, February 26, 2000

Vic, I really like your pictures of 1164. It must have been exciting to see it up close. I really want to go there myself. Alot of memories from alot of TV shows are there. I am a fan. Dennis the Mennis is on SGN on Sundays at 11 a.m and I saw 1164 without the house. And the Kravitz/Partridge Family House. I am trying to find 1164 sightings!

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


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Saturday, February 26, 2000

Hi Everyone! I know it's been a while, but I haven't forgotten about my Bewitched Buddies. There will be an update to my site very soon, I promise. One thing I would like some help on, is finding some black & white episodes that Columbia House didn't release. Not the Nick at Nite sped up episodes but some from local broadcasts in the past when they weren't time compressed. Picture quality isn't important. I have tons to trade for these. Or will glady pay for the episodes I'm looking for. If you can help I'd be forever in your debt. Thanks. "Vic's Bewitched Page" http://members.aol.com/BewitchVic/main.html

**SCH**
rangerz@otbnet.com


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Saturday, February 26, 2000

Today, I celebrate my THIRD month of being Smoke-Free!!!!!!!!!!!! And I did it w/out any aid of the 'patch', 'gum', or any other stop smoking aid. How? you ask? How could a 2 pk a day smoker quit "cold turkey"? Where does the "strength" orginate? Look Up, everyone! That is where I receive my daily strength to continue to be SmokeFree!!!!!!!!

TITUBA


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Saturday, February 26, 2000

Oh oh...here comes another one......ahem......."Know well that a hundred holy temples of wood and stone have not the value of one understanding heart". Sometimes I just like to let you all know how wonderful you are.

TITUBA


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Saturday, February 26, 2000

Desktop Dave: please let me know when the screen saver will be in force!

Sue L.


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Friday, February 25, 2000

Big Dave, Hmm, that could be interesting. Wait, would Hilda and Zelda come looking for Sabrina? Yes, Salem could be outside on the ledge. Wait, who zaps Salem there. He has no powers. Unless, he still could have powers. Yes, thats right Harvey does not smoke. Well, um what could you use to prove her powers. Okay, but don't the aunts know Harvey. You have a really great idea. You could use something creative too.

Big Dave


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Friday, February 25, 2000

Sue L: In my Sabrina episode that would be titled 'I, Harvey, Take This Witch, Sabrina' the lines spoken by Endora would be spoken by Hilda, Zelda, and Salem. In the original BW script, after Samantha reveals herself to Darrin it says the camera goes out a window as they are kissing to reveal a black cat sitting on the window ledge. In Sabrina that would be Salem. I also don't know how Sabrina would demonstrate her magic seeing as Harvey probably doesn't smoke. I just thought this would be good idea and a way for the present day witch-com to celebrate the original.

Big Dave
drbombay76@hotmail.com


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Friday, February 25, 2000

Endora: Well I guess I get some points for keeping your car in the feline family:) I'd settle for a Cougar too.... I really enjoyed last nights episode. It's one of the better ones from the second season. It had shades of 'Mixed Doubles' in it. I'm glad they choose to have David White play Darrin rather than Dick York play Larry. Poor Louise, thinking her husband is chasing after other women and not being considerate of her feelings. If she only knew the truth! I also must say that Irwin Charone, Larry's friend, has always been irritating to me whenever he showed up on BW. I'm glad he only had a few appearances. I liked this episode also because it showed a little that Endora had a soft spot for Darrin when Samantha tells her about finding out about her and Darrin's tears at Tabatha's birth. But, of course, in true Endora style she couldn't let it show too much, hence the pen-turned-to-frog gift she gave him.

Vanessa Beaumont
V.Beaumont@salford.ac.uk


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Friday, February 25, 2000

Does anyone know where I can get hold of a font like when the cartoon witch writes "Bewitched" in the opening title?

Dave (Desktop Themeatre)
freespiritual@yahoo.com


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Friday, February 25, 2000

Tituba & others interested, thank you! I'm glad you like it! I will be doing another update to it later on, adding a screen saver that I hope will be very special. I'll of course let you know when it's done and I hope you don't mind these updates as it's my attempt to make the theme better and better. I like the sounds to and it's a real challenge when there are so many to choose from! All of the sounds in the theme come from the show. Thank You...Dave

Jude
jhc86@netzero.net


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Friday, February 25, 2000

Hi All! I loved tonight's b/w BW--it gave David White a chance to shine as both Darrin and Larry and Irene Vernon did a superb job being perplexed. SAM R: Thanks for the reminder, but unfortunately me cable system is primtive and does not carry Bravo--this calls for a spell from Endora! BREEN:Yes, Cassandra is a lovely name. And you can add my online store to your links because I do sell Bewitched videos and the books. here's the URL: http://judeswebmall.vstoremall.com/ Thanks to Ryan for adding the link to his BW newsletter!

Sam R
millsr@telus.net


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Thursday, February 24, 2000

ENDORA: I forgot previously to thank you most muchly for the AM article that you sent yesterday. It was great! Much appreciated...! Major condolances BTW, to your 4-wheeled child and the injury.

Sam R
millsr@telus.net


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Thursday, February 24, 2000

TRULY EVERYONE: This is now the correct home email address....God bless you Randie, wherever thou mightst be....ENDORA: If you are wearing a long scarf while riding atop of the roof...(er um...I mean convertable, plleeeaassseee, do not do an Isadora Duncan.....! EDWINA & I were having way too much fun and yes, we was bad....Remember that movie with Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor...." We's, bad...yes we's bad..." BTW, I watched that long ago show with EM called "PATTERNS" tonight, and she looked sooooo young! They interviewed some people connected with the show way back in '55, and one fellow said, " When it was such a powerful show that they called back the original cast to retape it, but to do it live", and this fellow said that Liz, thankfully was available to retape live along with the incredibly strong cast. I could not help but notice that EM's part was not a big one, but obviously they saw a talent giving birth...she was a mere 21 at the time...BW almost a decade away. I did notice also, that she was typing alot, my Gads!....Were not women 'born' typing...?

SGP


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Thursday, February 24, 2000

I REALLY INJOYED THE SHOW, I HOPE YOU WILL MAKE A 2000 VERSION

TITUBA


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Thursday, February 24, 2000

Desktop Dave: Thank you! Thank you! for the great BW theme. Finally there is one out there that has some class to it! The sounds are good and also I love the different pictures.

The Princess
myladybug@prodigy.net


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Thursday, February 24, 2000

Alright, Regis! There was another BW question on "Who Wants to be a Millionaire" tonight! This one was for $64,000: "Who played the original Darrin on BW?" And yes, the guy got it right!

Breen from London


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Thursday, February 24, 2000

Jude: I think Cassandra would also have been a nice name for Samantha../..Sam R: That's a nice Broomhilda story. Ah, if only I could do the same in my life. (Wield such power that is, not go to the ladies room)../..Dave, I've made a note about your update on my links page www.fromlondon.freeserve.co.uk/bewlinks.html

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Thursday, February 24, 2000

Big Dave: Wrong cat! It's a cougar, not a jaguar! Frankly, if I could afford a Jaguar, I'd buy a corvette, preferably Larry Tates (I love that car!)

Big Dave
drbombay76@hotmail.com


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Thursday, February 24, 2000

Endora: Since it sounds like so much fun having a nice new car (a Jaguar, no less) how about you go buy me one, too:) Mine's cursed. Probably one of Uncle Arthur's spells, no doubt. And he had to really be funny and make it not work every Thursday so it makes me look like a fool to my teachers and employers. I'd settle for a Mustang or a Jaguar. Sam R & Edwina: You saucy, saucy girls! Both of you are too much.

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Thursday, February 24, 2000

It's not a convertible, but I do still enjoy driving it from the back seat (like Aunt Clara in a "Very informal dress" remember?) It seems like "Encore" is being very good about showing EM stuff, although I think it should be on at a more convenient time! I also think they should give AM and EM equal time on their channel....

Polychrome


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Thursday, February 24, 2000

You guys and gals are just too much! I'm having such a good time reading your posts! For all you eBay fans out there, I have listed a color photo of EM, wearing a black leotard and leaning against the bearskin on the wall. If you want to take a look at it, you can look it up in my auctions under the seller's ID of dannymail. Thanks!

Edwina
me@smartalec.net.2


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Thursday, February 24, 2000

All: Wh, wh, wha, whad, whadd, whaddddd I do? Wh, wh, wha, whad, whadd, whaddddd I do? "I'm not BAD, I'm just drawn that way" (From Who framed Roger Rabbit).....Stay Bewitched All! (BFE)

TITUBA


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Wednesday, February 23, 2000

Sam R and Edwina....yes VERY bad girls! I love it! Endora dear....I definitely can see you on the top of that car with your leopard scarf blowing in the breeze! Yahooooooo!

Sam R
Having to much fun@Sam.com


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Wednesday, February 23, 2000

Thanks for the Sports update on AM Endora. I'm just in the first half hour of the Grammy's and....and.....I think I might turn it off soon. Yeah, I had way toooo much fun and, (slap), thanks, I needed that...have a great evening everybody if I don't come back and haunt you all tonight, yet again....BTW, HEY JUDE & BROPH!!...Don't forget EM on BRAVO! in the wee small hours of the morning at 1 a.m.

Jeff H


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Wednesday, February 23, 2000

Endora: VERY COOL CAR!!! Did you get a "convertible"? And when you drive, do you drive it from the front seat, or the back seat(sitting on he trunk "Salem Style")!!!!

Ryan


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Wednesday, February 23, 2000

Everyone wishes there was 30!

Lisa


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Wednesday, February 23, 2000

Hi all...Ihave read here that there are 20 Columbia House Bewitched videos...I thought there was supposed to be 30?

Jude
jhc86@netzero.net


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Wednesday, February 23, 2000

Hi All! My goodness, Edwina and Sam R! you two are just BAD,BAD,GIRLS!! Shall I have to contact Maurice on the goings on?--hmmmmm? Anyway I just got The Bewitched Cookbook and it is a fascinating read. I can't wait to try out some of the recipes but I'm finding out stuff either i forgot or never knew such as the original names in the pilot for Samantha and Endora were...Cassandra and MATLIDA!! Cassandra is alright, but Matilda??? Oh my stars!!

Big Dave
drbombay76@hotmail.com


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Wednesday, February 23, 2000

Hi everybody! This past weekend I bought 'the Wonder Years' love songs CD which has Boyce & Hart's 'I Wonder What She's Doin Tonite' on it plus some other great songs from the 60's. Heather Ann and I had our own little dance party. I highly recommend it. My Dad, who usually doesn't listen too much music, said he was going to steal the CD because he enjoyed it.

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Wednesday, February 23, 2000

Sam R - thanks for the updates and the Bravo info - good stuff. My father usually watches every Bruins game (we have NESN, so if it's blacked out on the local channel, we can still see it), but for some reason we didn't watch that night and only heard about it later - I think it's a disgrace. He should have just had Endora turn the guy into a mouse or something. Sheesh!

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Wednesday, February 23, 2000

My goodness Edwina and Sam R, you are having too much fun! AM didn't like watching sports, in fact when Willie Mays guested on BW she didn't even know who he was! However, in college, AM was captain of her school's field hockey team. (I hate field hockey, when I was forced to play it in high school I kept hitting people w/my stick and slamming the puck at their heads so I'd get penalties and be able to sit out...hey, maybe I can go play for the Bruins!!!) BTW, I bought a new car last night, black 1999 Cougar. Very nice. I'm trying not to think about the payment though! As you all know (because I'm a shameless self promoter) my birthday is coming up in a week (March 2). Anyway, last night my friend in Philly called me and said "I know your birthday is coming up and I started to get you an autographed picture of Agnes Moorehead, but then I decided I'd rather get you a present you could do something with so I bought you bondage bracelets instead." This of course is the same friend who two years ago bought me a porno movie for my birthday and told me, very seriously, "It's an ok movie, not much plot though." This friend is BW fan as well, her favorite character on the show is Serena and she's also a died in the wool EM fan. In fact, she was the one who called me a week or so ago and reminded me to watch "Legend of Lizzie Borden" on Encore. It had probably been 20 years since I'd seen it, and I was so impressed! Excellent film, stuck close to the story, and EM was just brilliant! If you haven't seen the movie yet, get it from Vic cause it's one of EM's best I think!


me@smartalec.net.2


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Wednesday, February 23, 2000

Sam R: Sleep well.... no dancing for you until after you have had a good night's sleep.... Picture this... Italy 1942, Sicily.... Sam R's mother is sleeping and dreaming of things yet to be... suddenly brooms are going for rides and Randie is really ticked off.... what does Sam R's mother say.... Go to sleep or else... yikes lights out everyone!! Still Stay Bewitched (BFE)

Sam R
Randie@analrent.com


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Wednesday, February 23, 2000

I'm sorry if I am hogging everybody; It's just been so long so I am being like a kid in a CD store....does ANYONE know what happened to people like Sid & Nancy, JVM, and Girl??? I miss them and I wonder what happened to them....serious question again....Thanks all....Now I'll stop, unless Edwina brings out the worst...(er...ummm)...I mean the best in me.....Good night all, and may God Bless....(to be read with Red Skelton's voice in mind.) Thank you.

Edwina
me@smartalec.net.2


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Wednesday, February 23, 2000

Sam R: Something Wicked This Way Comes....it was a really interesting movie.... Broadway musicals indeed! Supercalifragelisticexpealadochious.... just a spoonfull of sugar helps the medicine go down...in the most delightful way.. now I have show tunes stuck in my head...Richie is going to love this one I will waltz on over to him and ask.... "Shall we dance?" And it is all your fault Sam R....tee hee hee...Stay completely Bewitched ALL! (BFE)

Sam R
Randie@foamingat the mouth.com


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Tuesday, February 22, 2000

Oh Edwina...."so nice to be on top again where I belong"....to be sung to the tune of "Hello Dolly"!

Edwina
me@smartalec.net.2


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Tuesday, February 22, 2000

Sam R: The situation is only temporary I assure you, the lesson is to be as light on your feet as possible... Besides... "Canada" is our Most Nothern State. Very "On Top" part of the States eh!......Every now and again one has to allow others to be on top.... Now that you are twitching and howling, I shall picture it and get a few more wrinkles.....Stay tuned for another exciting episode of "The broom goes for a ride".... Hi ALL! Stay Bewitched (BFE)

Sam R
Randie@ballistic.com


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Tuesday, February 22, 2000

SMART ALEC: I am howling....! Thanks for making me laugh babe...Ommyyygoshhh!!....You are on top of me.....! How did that happen??! BROPH: Not BW related but are you a Boston Bruins fan and did you see that whack to the Vancouver Canuck's player in the hockey game last night. You can email me at work good buddy.....What did you think of it all....Sorry everyone, the only way that this could possibly be BW related, did not EM just love watching and going to sporting events.....to be truthful, I don't care for watching sports. ENDORA: Were there any sporting events that AM liked watching....Seriously here...?

Dave (Desktop Themeatre)
freespiritual@yahoo.com


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Tuesday, February 22, 2000

Hello! I just wanted to let you all know, if interested, that I have updated the Bewitched desktop theme. Mostly just slight cosmetic changes to the graphics. More importantly, now comes with 2 new color schemes courtesy of a very talented theme author, (thanks Missy) of www.oohbetty.com. I think these color schemes are really nice. If you want to download it: http://sites.netscape.net/freespiritual/cultthemes For those that may not know it is totally free of charge. Thank You...Dave

Edwina
me@smartalec.net.2


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Tuesday, February 22, 2000

Sam R: You are wonderfully wicked..... Oh and do tell our dear fiend Randie we send our most nasty regards....That is D A R L I N G if you "stumble" into that portion of the ahem....atmospheric continium....Loved that the Broom went for a short ride tee hee hee.....I have a few more wrinkles from laughing... Hi all! Stay Bewitched Everyone...(BFE)

Sam R
Randie@Berserk.com


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Tuesday, February 22, 2000

Oh, I forgot something of interest that is EM related.....Tomorrow night on the BRAVO! network they are showing a rare episode of "patterns", which is an Emmy-winning Rod Sterling TV play from 1955, which ran under the PLAYHOUSE 90 banner,although it originally aired as KRAFT TELEVISION THEATRE. A 21-year old Elizabeth Montgomery is a co-star in this production. Catch this if you can, as it is a rare occurance of Liz at such an early age. Oh yeah, it airs at 1 in the morning but check your listings in case it differs in your time zone....

Sam R
Randie@Tantrum.com


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Tuesday, February 22, 2000

(inside email joke)......Anyway, Hi Groovy, Bewitching dudes and dudesses. ENDORA: Thanks for making the announcement concerning my email address; much appreciated. Will let you all know soon what my new email is......BTW, an amusing thing at work today. Our boss has been very much a "Broomhilda" in the last while and has been riding my co-worker and myself pretty hard, to even to go as far as following us into the Ladies Room. Anyway, my co-worker whom I will call "Jeannie" as she is a big fan of IDOJ and myself who and no surprise here am a huge fan of BW were quietly working when our supervisor Broomhilda proceeded to walk out of the room when she suddenly tripped.....over nothing.....honestly, nothing was there in her path to trip over but she seemed to trip over the floor. As she had left the room, my co-worker and I looked at eachother and started to giggle.....I asked her if she had seen that mysterious 'trip' and she said she had but she had made it happen by 'blinking'....and then she did the Jeannie gesture. I then wriggled my lips and said, "and I twitched".....(what power).......!!

TITUBA


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Monday, February 21, 2000

Hello Everyone: finally made it to Suncoast but no Samantha doll. The clerk didn't even know what I was talking about....ah yes....isn't youth wonderful. We had an article in the paper the other day that talked about what's "hot" for collectibles and Bewitched was number 2 on the list-yay!

**SCH**
cousinhenry@go.com


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Monday, February 21, 2000

RYAN: I have the twenty videos from Columbia House. They are as follows, not in any particular order: (1)True Love///(2)Back in Time///(3)Endora///(4)Bewitching Clients///(5)Witchy Ways///(6)Money Isn't Everything///(7)Twitch or Treat///(8)Samantha to the Rescue///(9)Secrets///(10)In-Law Trouble///(11)Good Sam///(12)Tates///(13)Jealousy///(14)Tabitha///(15)Neighbors///(16)Love That Witch///(17)Witch Disease///(18)Serena///(19)Career Path///(20)Aunt Clara.

Ryan
Columbia House Question:


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Monday, February 21, 2000

Does anyone have their customer service line?

Ryan
Columbia House Help!


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Monday, February 21, 2000

I AM TRYING TO COMPLETE A LIST OF ALL THE BEWITCHED SUB-TITLES FROM COLUMBIA HOUSE, HERE'S WHAT I KNOW OF. *) My Favorite Witch *)True Love *)Back in Time *)Endora *)Bewitching Clients *)Witchy Ways *)Money Isn't Everything *)Twitch or Treat *)Samantha to the Rescue *)Secrets *) In-Law Trouble *) Good Sam *)The Tates *) Jealousy *) Tabitha *) Neighbors & *) Love That Witch That's like 17 or 18 out of the 20: Any more you guys can think of???

Heather
leemer@hotmail.com


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Monday, February 21, 2000

I'm looking for anything in text that says anything about the show "Bewitched' and what effects it had on society in the 1960s and what effects it still has on society now. If you know how to get any of this info, please contact at the mentioned e-mail address.Thank you!

**SCH**
cousinhenry@go.com


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Monday, February 21, 2000

Ok. I just finished watching SGN's episode of Bewitched.....and how many saw the "commercial" on Bewitched.....: W.I.T.C.H. Also, I witch to "thank" all those involved in the voting process that I have asked of you. It means alot to me. Thanks!

Allan
Seraphinnow@Yahoo.com


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Sunday, February 20, 2000

If anyone knows could you please tell me what was Samantha's maiden name if in fact they ever told it? Please reply to my email address. Thank you

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Sunday, February 20, 2000

Hi guys, and hi Kat, what's up? Sam R asked me to post and let you know that the new email address she send everyone is incorrect. Somehow her email carrier allowed her to take the same address as one already in use. Needless to say the person who has been getting Sam's mail isn't amused. So please refrain from sending email to Sam's new address until such a time as she gets this mess all straightened out!

Kat
kattboxx@yahoo.com


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Sunday, February 20, 2000

Hello all of my Bewitching friends! Hi Endora, Breen, Broph,Lucy,Princess, and everyone else I hope you all had a great Valentines Day. I finally got my AM,EM, DY, and Erin M, autographs framed with thier pictures and put on my wall. I'm so excited. I also just got a signed pic of Don Knotts (I know different show but still cool)to put up. I haven't seen BW on nick at nite as much lately have they taken it off or moved the times anyone know? Well, gotta go music has me really busy lately and doing some mini tours. I'll surf in again soon.

Sue L.


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Saturday, February 19, 2000

My daughter has several Sabrina books. I can read them and get back to you. Big Dave, of course I can't remember spells. Yes, it would be amusing to see Sabrina telling Harvey she is a House haunting, cauldron stirring, broom riding witch. And have him sit down or he will not admit You're a witch! Oh yes Libby's house would be cool to a casual on the floor sit down dinner. And Libby's perfect hair. Always a hair in place.... Oh yeah Sabrina could always taper off. Where would the aunts be. Or Salem?

Ryan
TO ANN


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Friday, February 18, 2000

Because of back problems from an earlier movie. A rumor was going on that he was fired because he couldn't get along with the cast and crew.

ann


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Friday, February 18, 2000

Does anyone know why Dick York left the series?

Big Dave
drbombay76@hotmail.com


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Friday, February 18, 2000

I was wondering if any of you have the Ideal Samantha doll in the box, and if you do, tell us how you came to be so lucky and describe the pictures and anything that is said on the box.

Jude
jhc86@netzero.net


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Friday, February 18, 2000

OOPS! Forgot to include the coupon code for you:28820SPQR. You must include this code in order to get the 50% off savings.

Jude


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Friday, February 18, 2000

Kwanii: The videos can be purchased through Columbia House as a collector's edition set or through many online stores such as mine. Goto http://judeswebmall.vstoremall.com/ You can get 50% off now (up to toal of $30) towards your purchase. My store carries the Screen Gems set put out about 2 or 3 years ago. If you are looking for the entire series, you are out of luck as Sony/Columbia has not released every episode for video.

Kwanii
Kwanii@Prodigy.net


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Thursday, February 17, 2000

I am attempting to find and purchase the videos of the Bewitched series. Can anyone tell me where I might find something like that?

Big Dave
drbombay76@hotmail.com


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Thursday, February 17, 2000

I also forgot to mention that in the most recent Sabrina novel 'Millenium Madness' Sabrina has to go collect teeth in place of the Tooth Fairy, just as Samantha did. She even does this same thing in one of the more recent comic books. I always thought that if the t.v. show continues for awhile and Sabrina and Harvey get married they ought to pay homage to BW by re-doing the pilot of BW in b & w and having Sabrina tell Harvey she's a witch on their honeymoon, have Libby invite them to her place for a 'casual' dinner party, and at the very end Sabrina magically clean the kitchen and end it with her saying, "Maybe I can taper off."

Big Dave
drbombay76@hotmail.com


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Thursday, February 17, 2000

Endora: Yes, I collect the Sabrina books, comic books, Salem's Tails, the dolls, the crystal ball, etc, etc. I consider Sabrina to be one of my guilty pleasures. I essentially collect anything Sabrina. I do it because I figure that it was unfair that I wasn't around when the BW memorabilia came out originally, and who knows, my offspring might enjoy Sabrina and they'll be glad that I purchased some of that stuff. The books and the comic books do have a lot of storylines quite similar to BW but I suppose they are just trying to mimick greatness.

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Thursday, February 17, 2000

Sam R: Welcome back! It's so good to see you again! Big Dave: Do you collect the Sabrina books too? It's astonishing to me how much they copy off BW. Not only is there the whole BF storyline, but there is a Sabrina Comic that has a story in it that is a virtual replay of "The Crone of Cawdor." Obviously and as usual AM was right when she said it's too much work for some people to be original!

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Thursday, February 17, 2000

SCH - got the Valentine's wishes - thanks for the thoughts! Sam R - Welcome back! Things have been a little up in the air around here, too, but I do hope to see a light at the end of the tunnel.

Polychrome


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Thursday, February 17, 2000

Big Dave, I like to think that as the years go by and Tabitha's powers grew, Darrin would have relented enough to allow her to go to Hagatha's school during the summer. My kids love the Ben Franklin episodes. If you listen to the DA in that episode, you might recognize the voice of Race Bannon from the old "Johnny Quest" show.

Sam R


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Thursday, February 17, 2000

Bravo!!!, as our dear Aunt Clara once said... "Bravo" Big Dave and Sue L; you both remembered it much better than I did...I am after all, the current special guest of "The Clarity Of Aunt Clara"! Thank you little brother Dave, (or should I correct myself and say Big Dave), for the warm "welcome back" from you. Better to have crashed down the chimmney than never have crashed at all!!

Big Dave
drbombay76@hotmail.com


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Wednesday, February 16, 2000

WOO-HOO! My good friend Sam R is back! How are you, dear? Afrcraft: This is the incantation Aunt Clara used to materialize Ben Franklin in the 20th Century. And like Sam R said she did it with her fingers wiggling ~*HARK YE, HARK YE, YE WIZARDS WHO LIVE IN LAMPS! THE POWER OF WATTS, AND UMPS, AND AMPS! YE WIZARDS OF A/C, D/C TRANMISSION! SEND TO ME AN ELECTRICIAN!*~ Of course I was remembering this off the top of my head but I'm sure it's very close as I just watched those episodes a couple weeks ago. Speaking of Ben Franklin in the 20th century one of the Sabrina the Teenage Witch young adult novels as a similar story line. He is accidentally brought to the future and the neighbors turn him into a biker dude complete with nose rings and tattoos... Last nights episode of BW was very cute with Samantha babysitting Merle, all though I wanted to smack Merle for being such a snot sometimes. I was watching it with my grandma and she laughed her head off when he makes the fire-engine shoot water at the burglar and water shoot out of the burglar's gun. I thought it was rather funny myself. I also thought it was cool that Merle was practicing his spells out of the book "Elementary Spells and Incantations". I would've like to have seen Tabatha have some schooling in witchcraft besides that from her Grandmama and mother.

Sue L.


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Wednesday, February 16, 2000

Of course something with A-C & D-C too. I am losing it. I can't seem to remember those spells. I always bump into walls these days. Samantha and Darrin should keep their fireplace open for me. Oh yes, Aunt Clara.

Sue L.


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Wednesday, February 16, 2000

It was Hark ye witches that live in lamps. wizards of ooms and umps and amps. Send me an electrician, and something else?

Sam R


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Wednesday, February 16, 2000

OhhhMyGosh........I've made it. I am feeling like our dear bumbling Aunt Clara. This time though, I did not come crashing down through the fireplace.....Oh, it's so good to be home! I still do not have my new email home address and my computer friends are coming back in about an hour or two. I have been inbetween servers at home for the past 3 weeks and I have felt so completely lost without my Bewitched family. Hopefully after tonight, I can connect and send and recieve email and I will post the new address as soon as possible. Speaking of Aunt Clara, the incantation continued something in the vein of ....."of AC-DC transmission, send to me...an electrician...." and she wiggled her fingers with her arms outstretched.....I think it went something like that....Oh I feel I just broke the surface of the water and I am gulping in the cool fresh air of my buds.....!!!

Jude


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Wednesday, February 16, 2000

Big Dave: Well, I'll certainly set my VCR now for 3am(my time)--I just want to see all the b&w's. I have nothing against Charlie Brown--grew up with the gang. I think it was God's timing--He inspired Charles Schulz to delight us and gave the right time for Charles to retire--He is now in his heavenly mansion! God's retirement plan is OUT OF THIS WORLD!!

afrcraft
afrcraft@aol.com


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Wednesday, February 16, 2000

Hello All: I'm trying to find out if any fan out there knows the words to Aunt Clara's incantation which accidentally popped up Benjamin Franklin. We think it started "Hark ye witches that live in lamps, Wizards of ooms and umps and amps" or something like that.. I know--we have way too much free time.. Anyway, if anyone knows please send me an email at afrcraft@aol.com Thanks and happy day!

Big Dave
drbombay76@hotmail.com


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Wednesday, February 16, 2000

Jude: You could've caught the BW episode from last night at 4 am eastern time. I for one was glad that NAN showed Charlie Brown cartoons. I've enjoyed Charlie Brown my whole life and was sad to hear that Charles Schultz was ill. But wasn't it rather spooky he died the day before his last comic strip was printed...I do agree though that NAN needs to stop switching the scheduls so much. It seems like they've done so more this past month than in the past year.

Jude


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Wednesday, February 16, 2000

I was bummed to had my VCR going only to find a Charlie Brown show--N@N could have limited it to primetime. Now, I wonder if we will ever see the episode that was supposed to have played! Did anybody catch SGN from yesterday--My goodness--PU!! I'll take a Dick Sargent Bewitched over that pilot he did called Friends & Neighbors--sterotype city! A topical ripoff of All in the Family. If you ever want to see Dick Sargent post Bewitched, look for a sitcom called Down to Earth. Similar in plot to Bewitched(an angel instead of a witch), but a lot more bearable than that mess SGN aired. Although we did get to Steve Franken, a frequent guest player(best known for Juke)

Rita


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Wednesday, February 16, 2000

No Bewitched tonight, rats! I think Nick at Nite needs to stick to a regular program schedule for a while and quit switching up and adding new things all of a sudden. They could have showed Charlie Brown earlier in the evening. Why did they choose the Bewitched time slot. Here in Central Time about the only people up watching Charlie Brown were adults. I know some like Charlie Brown, but I could careless.

Sue L.


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Tuesday, February 15, 2000

No BW tonite! Last night was the anniversary of Sam & Darrin. Chronologically it should have been three! Tabitha was one? She looked closer to 2 years old. Erin & Diane were just 2! Great idea to have Larry Tate spell C-H-R-Y-S-A-N-T-H-E-M-U-M. Larry couldn't walk a straight line. "But officer.." Yes, Larry, you had a little bit to much celebrating.

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Tuesday, February 15, 2000

Paul: I also love this episode. It shows how Sam and Dobbin's relationship was destiny, and built on a deep and abiding love, rather than mere circumstance. You're right about AM's performance in this episode too, as always, it was superlative.

Paul


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Tuesday, February 15, 2000

Hello, everyone! I'm new to this post. I wanted to get on it because Bewitched is my favorite sitcom from my early years. I rediscovered it when I was in graduate school, during the years that it ran in the mornings on TBS. It was a great way to wake up, and I came to realize that the show was actually very cleverly written, not just a show about witches and warlocks. I catch it whenever I can on Nick. There are very few episodes I haven't seen. My favorite is "If they had never met," where Endora allows Sam to see how Darrin's life might have been different (better?) if Sam had not come along. Wonderful writing and acting, especially on Agnes' and Elizabeth's part. Does anyone remember this particular episode. I think it's from the fourth season. (I may be wrong.) Cheers, Paul

Big Dave
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Monday, February 14, 2000

Happy February 14th everyone! I frankly don't like this so-called holiday. I've never understood why there was one day a year where you were supposed to shower your lover with flowers, candy, clothing, etc... I expect 365 days a year of gifts.... Broph: IDoJ broadcast on Tuesdays in the 1970's and on that particular week there wasn't a new episode of Jeannie although they could've shown a re-run. Besides the fact that April 13, 1970 was a Monday and BW was on Thursdays. That weeks episode was on 4/16 "Make Love, Not Hate." I guess somebody on the movie set didn't do their homework. I still need to watch Apollo 13 again to catch BW on there.

Mark


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Monday, February 14, 2000

Happy Valentine's Day everyone. Bewitched is back on at 11:30 p.m. (EST) again. Apparently, N@N was running some MTM marathon on something foolish like that.....anyway I am glad. They are in the 2nd season now. Not the best episodes but Liz looks great even in those maternity clothes. Her makeup has been toned down from the 1st season but by the 3rd season she has that glamour look again only this time in color. Looking forward to season 3 more than season 2 but hey at least it is on at a normal time. Poor Alice Pearce starting to look frail and she continues to look worse. I give her allot of credit to be able to perform through her sickness. I wish she was around for the whole 8 seasons but you know what, Gladys & Abner AND Phyllis and Frank did not appear in any episodes of season 8-- I wonder why? As you all probably know, season 8 is not one of my favorites. I am glad N@N is currently in the early (and happier) years of Bewitched.

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Monday, February 14, 2000

SCH: Love??? Arthur??? I think not! To everyone else however (except Derwood naturally), Happy Valentine's Day.

**SCH**
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Monday, February 14, 2000

Happy Valentine's Day to ALL of my BW Friends! I've sent alittle something via email to you.....and IF by chance that some of you don't receive it, then my dear ole Dad, "Arthur" is up to his pranks and tricks again! I guess we can even love him, on a day like this! Oh,,, and as my wacky far out cousin, Serena says: "Love Power Conquers All!" Love to you all!

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Monday, February 14, 2000

Breen - I watched Apollo 13 this weekend and while I did catch the IDOJ spot, I didn't catch the Bewitched spot. Scott - was it the same scene as when they switched from Houston to Lovell's mother's nursing home? Was Bewitched on opposite IDOJ (date would have been April 13, 1970 - was that even the right night for Bewitched?)?

Edwina
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Monday, February 14, 2000

ALL: Happy Valentine's Day!!! Love to Everyone!!! This is one of my favorite days in the "Fake" world. You see flowers and candy and people doing really sweet things for people.... and then of course there are people making 'goo goo' eyes at each other (witch) is a really special thing to see! Okay, I Love you all....Hearts and Flowers for everyone!!! Gotta run. Stay Bewitched All(BFE)

Esmerelda


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Monday, February 14, 2000

Here you go, Giovanni, here's the poem. "The gift of beauty I give to thee Sweet as this flower, you shall be Beauty is yours In mind and sight From baby's breathto to the end of the night"

Giovina


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Sunday, February 13, 2000

I am trying tot find the "poem" that Endora says to Adam the day they bring him home from the hospital. Any thoughts on where to look?

Jude
jhc86@netzero.net


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Sunday, February 13, 2000

Hi Gang! Where are you?? This board sure has been lonely! Anyways, I took the plunge and bought The Bewitched Cookbook by Kasey Rogers(the luscious Louise Tate!!)and got if for half-price! I bought through my own online store--Jude's Web Mall and the parent company offered me a coupon that allows half-off any order. Too good to pass up. If you would to get the deal, you can!! Here is the website: http://judeswebmall.vstoremall.com/ and here is the coupon code: 28820SPQR You can get a total of $30 off all your shopping there--I also have Bewitched videos, too. Also any other books, video, and music. So do me a favor--check it out, use the coupon and save! I'll let you know when I try my first recipe from the book--I'm really excited!

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Friday, February 11, 2000

Endora - Love the spell, but I'm sorry to say - NAN will have Bewitched on at 4am through the end of the month, with a few exceptions, mostly on Sunday nights. Esmerelda - didn't know if you knew, but EM and William Asher wanted Disney to do the opening instead of Hanna Barbera, but it would have been too expensive for their budget. I will wonder what Disney would have come up with, but I think we've gotten to ingrained with the classic opening.

Esmerelda
yoohoo_esmerelda@hotmail.com


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Thursday, February 10, 2000

I think Samantha Stephens BEST moments, were the first six episodes,A is for Ardvark and most of the black & white seasons!! I also did like here kooky 60's way in the third season. She also had memorable moments in later seasons!!! Endora, to me always had great moments!!! She is so so funny. (I JUST MADE A MEMBER HERE< VERY HAPPY) Can any of you imagine a different opening, like a cartoon Endora and Tabatha. - I think that would be cool. Or a opening without cartoons, the actual people!! So what do you think!!

Big Dave
drbombay76@hotmail.com


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Thursday, February 10, 2000

Endora: That was cute. And I'm sure that will work. Thanks!

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Thursday, February 10, 2000

Sun and moon and bright starlight, a curse on the head of Nick at Nite, may bad luck visit you and tarry, the whole time you're wasting our time w/Mary! There, that should do it!

Big Dave
drbombay76@hotmail.com


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Wednesday, February 9, 2000

Jude: I second your motion about Endora's spell on NAN. I am trying to complete my collection of recorded episodes (I have 29 more to go) and if they don't show the episodes they have pre-empted for MTM they are going to just hate themselves!!!

Jude


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Wednesday, February 9, 2000

Nick at Nite is playing games with us again--they are not showing BW at the 3am slot either--instead they are rerunning the MTM marathon.--AARRGGHHH! Endora, can you cast a spell on them?--LOL! :)

TITUBA


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Tuesday, February 8, 2000

Endora...."oh brother"...

Sue L.


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Tuesday, February 8, 2000

I like Sam's greatest moments. What about? Ok in Alias Darrin Stephens. I especially like that one. Darrin is ready to call it quits. But Sam is beaming from ear to ear. She says I'm having a baby. And Darrin promises to be a good father. Actually early on he really is though. DY seems to have a rapport with the child. DS puts a little distance there. Glady's yell in that one is classic.

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Tuesday, February 8, 2000

Polychrome: You're right Maurice has magnificent taste in women, and even better taste in wives....

Polychrome


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Tuesday, February 8, 2000

Endora-considering Maurice's taste in women, I believe you mean Atila the Honey!

TITUBA


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Monday, February 7, 2000

Desktop Dave: I understand how much goes into creating a theme. It looks as though your page has alot of info....I like that. Endora Dear....are you after Polychrome again? We might have to bring back Atila for a little pillaging!

Big Dave
drbombay76@hotmail.com


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Monday, February 7, 2000

Mark: Reading Endora's remarks about 'Disappearing Samantha' reminded me that I thought this episode was one of the darkest. I thought it was rather chilling that a mortal had a control over making Samantha invisible by a little ring. I haven't seen this episode in a millenia so I can't really talk much about it but I just remember thinking it was a rather odd and spooky episode.

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Monday, February 7, 2000

Jeff H: "Remember the Main" is one of my favorite episodes, especially at the end when Derwood walks away muttering and Sam and Endora just stand there and laugh at him. I also enjoy episodes like "The Joker is a Card" and "Disappearing Samantha" because they show Endora and Derweed joining forces against a mutual enemy. Dustbin's encouragement and flat out enjoyment of Sam and Endora's use of magic to torture the mortal "Witch Doctor" was a wonderful sight to behold, as was his concern for not just Samantha, but Endora, when they fell prey to the magic ring. I absolutely love the end of that show when a very rattled client staggers out the door and Sam, Darrin and Endora all stand there laughing merrily at him. Polychrome: Just remember that I had the last witch who flirted w/Maurice drafted into the army! As a matter of fact you may have heard of her....Attila the Hun???

Mark


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Monday, February 7, 2000

Would someone please tell me what the devil (no pun intended) N@N is doing. Bewitched is back on at 4:00 am again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Just when we got used to the new time slot they threw it back in the middle of the night.

Dave (Desktop Themeatre)
freespiritual@yahoo.com


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Monday, February 7, 2000

Tituba-Yeah, I only preview 1 of the wallpapers for each theme and occasionally rotate to show the other one. I am sorry that I cannot show a preview of all the items in the theme as I have much more to learn with my site design. Later on I'm planning a way to show more of the contents of each theme but right now most of my energy is in just creating them. Desktop themes look so simple when one sees the finished product, but it is amazing all the little details that go into making them. Thank You.

TITUBA


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Sunday, February 6, 2000

Dave Desktop: the only problem with the page is that you aren't allowed to view the themes before you download them.

Bill Hall


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Sunday, February 6, 2000

Samantha's greatest moments are: The first five minutes of Episode #5 where she tried to give Darrin validation and acceptance, Episode #22 where Samantha said to Darrin that she will grow old with him out of love for her husband, Episode #26 where she helped a nervous driving instructor regain confidence in himself, Episode #74 where Samantha helped Louis Gruber regain confidence in himself by encouraging him to play in a concert, Episode #99 where she showed the Harper's that Darrin was a winner too, and Episode #197 where Samantha protected Darrin from a lepracun.

Bill Hall


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Sunday, February 6, 2000

Samantha's greatest moments are: The first five minutes of Episode #5 where she tried to give Darrin validation and acceptance, Episode #22 where Samantha said to Darrin that she will grow old with him out of love for her husband, Episode #26 where she helped a nervous driving instructor regain confidence in himself, Episode #74 where Samantha helped Louis Gruber regain confidence in himself by encouraging him to play in a concert, Episode #99 where she showed the Harper's that Darrin was a winner too, and Episode #197 where Samantha protected Darrin from a lepracun.

Bill Hall


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Sunday, February 6, 2000

Samantha's greatest moments are: The first five minutes of Episode #5 where she tried to give Darrin validation and acceptance, Episode #22 where Samantha said to Darrin that she will grow old with him out of love for her husband, Episode #26 where she helped a nervous driving instructor regain confidence in himself, Episode #74 where Samantha helped Louis Gruber regain confidence in himself by encouraging him to play in a concert, Episode #99 where she showed the Harper's that Darrin was a winner too, and Episode #197 where Samantha protected Darrin from a lepracun.

Bill Hall


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Sunday, February 6, 2000

Samantha's greatest moments are: The first five minutes of Episode #5 where she tried to give Darrin validation and acceptance, Episode #22 where Samantha said to Darrin that she will grow old with him out of love for her husband, Episode #26 where she helped a nervous driving instructor regain confidence in himself, Episode #74 where Samantha helped Louis Gruber regain confidence in himself by encouraging him to play in a concert, Episode #99 where she showed the Harper's that Darrin was a winner too, and Episode #197 where Samantha protected Darrin from a lepracun.

Skip


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Sunday, February 6, 2000

Personal to Endora: [everyone else, turn around, look away...] Don't know if you got my email Friday evening or yesterday. Am having technical problems with my email, got in touch with the help desk but have not heard back. So ... if you didn't get my communications, just wanted to let you know that little piece you shared with me was superb. I may have overreacted previously in that matter we were discussing, but you must admit you left me no other choice. In any case, I do have a better perspective now, but don't forget what I keep nagging you about ... I'll be more specific when I get my email back. OK. End of message. Others can look now.




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Saturday, February 5, 2000





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Saturday, February 5, 2000


Jude


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Saturday, February 5, 2000

Jeff H: This was the first time I really paid attention to this episode--I really noticed how Endora actually showed an interest(somewhat)in the social scene of Morning Glory Circle during these early shows. Whenever Sam asks her to do a favor, she really comes through here and in the Stoplight episode. Too bad, the writers forgot about this side of Endora as the show goes on--especially by the Dick Sargent years.

Jeff H


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Friday, February 4, 2000

I loved NAN's episode of Endora blowing up the water main. It is a really fun and clever show. I think this is the most destructive thing Endora ever did on the show...can anyone think of something worse???

Polychrome


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Friday, February 4, 2000

Endora-not to worry m'dear, I'm no Abigail Beachball! :~) However, now that I think about it, I've always been atrracted to older men!

Dave (Desktop Themeatre)
freespiritual@yahoo.com


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Thursday, February 3, 2000

Tituba and others, if you are having trouble getting to my page you can also try going directly to this link: http://www.ezthemes.com/cgi-bin/redir.cgi/bewitched.zip

Big Dave
drbombay76@hotmail.com


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Thursday, February 3, 2000

The episode that was shown yesterday on NAN 'A Change of Face' marks the first appearance of Dick Wilson on BW. And he wasn't even drunk when he's first on screen. It was Michelle/Samantha that zapped him into that state of being and he remained that way for eight years. I guess her zap packs more punch than any beer...I enjoyed Dick Wilson's performances especially in "The Very Informal Dress" when he thinks that he made Samantha appear in the jail cell and in 'No Zip in My Zap' when he says "I'll DrInk to THAt!" to everything. I don't know if I mentioned it before but the scene in 'the Matrix' when the drunk sees the characters disappear in the phone booth reminded me a lot of the scenes Dick Wilson had on BW.

TITUBA


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Thursday, February 3, 2000

Everyone knows that Sam is the best because she was genuine. A real person. No plastic there. Dave...couldn't get to your page...said it was unavailable.

Big Dave
drbombay76@hotmail.com


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Thursday, February 3, 2000

Hiscox: I also enjoy Samantha and Serena. Sam, of course, is my favorite character but followed so closely by Serena that it's hard to tell which witch I enjoy better. Then of course I absolutely love Endora. And rounding out my top five would be Aunt Clara, Maurice, and Dr. Bombay. Endora: I had a dream last night that I saw a magazine somewhat in the vein of 'National Enquirer'. It was rather thick for such a magazine and on the cover was a picture of Agnes Moorehead looking like the Virgin Mary. The title said "Agnes of God: the story of Agnes Moorehead." Of course I went to purchase it but even in my dreams I didn't have enough money and right before I woke up I was going to tell you about it. The funny thing is that my dreams usually come true...

Sue L.


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Thursday, February 3, 2000

Did you see last nights episode- Serena again! And the stairs in the kitchen why are they there? they lead nowhere. what do you expect because Sam is a witch and she can have a magic house. And on NAN- with Michelle aka Sam. C'est la vie! Darrin saw right through that. Sam comes in the office where Darrin is kissing the secretary. Darrin! naughty naughty. Sam really told him how she felt. Did Sam ever kiss another man? I can't remember that she did. Oh yes, Sam is my 1st favorite because she is not just a housewife. she's the witch with the twitch. Ir order for the rest.Aunt Clara because she likes Darrin. Serena because she is Sam's kooky cousin. Endora because she loves Sam.Uncle Arthur because he lets his hair down and his practical jokes. Maurice because of his love for Sam. And he's a real gentleman.Where Arthur & Maurice ever together on BW? Darrin is in there too because he loves Sam and he tolerates her witchcraft. Larry & Louise because they are friends with Sam & Darrin. Everyone needs friends. The Kravitzes because of their being the Stephens' neighbors. Darrin's folks because they love their son. Esmeralda because she is like Aunt Clara. Hagatha & Enchantra because they like Samantha. Dr Bombay because he is a crazy witch doctor and a warlock and his laugh. Tabatha & Adam because they remind me of my kids.

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Thursday, February 3, 2000

Polychrome: Stay away from my husband or I'll disintegrate you! :-)

Dave (Desktop Themeatre)
freespiritual@yahoo.com


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Thursday, February 3, 2000

Hello Everyone! I just want to let you all know that I have just finished making a desktop theme of Bewitched for Windows 98 & 95 users. It comes with 2 wallpapers and high quality mpeg layer3 sounds. File size is 1.03MB. If you are interested you can check out my web page for more info and download if you wish. This theme as all my other themes are completely free of charge. http://sites.netscape.net/freespiritual/cultthemes

Polychrome


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Thursday, February 3, 2000

Welcome Hiscox! Samantha, Samantha, Samantha, that's my first three favorites, with darling Aunt Clara next and Maurice hot on her heels. Hope we will hear from you again!

**SCH**


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Thursday, February 3, 2000

JUDE: You realize that Liz Sheridan and Liz Montgomery were best of friends! I know that you recall that fact, now, after hearing it again.

Esmerelda
yoohoo_esmerelda@hotmail.com


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Wednesday, February 2, 2000

Hmmm, Alice Pearce, was a great actress!!! Her portrayal of Gladys Kravitz, fitted the bill right, she played the prerfect nosy neighbour. I though Sandra Gould did an extremely good job to fill her shoes. Maybe this is why Bewitched lost a few rating from season three, cause of the departure of Alice Pearce. I NEED MORE PEOPLE TO VOTE OR EMAIL FOR THE BEWITCHED TV SERIES!! I Can't do it myself!!! For support email yoohoo_esmerelda@hotmail.com Their is an IRC Bewitched Chat to #Bewitched on EFNET! You can use MIRC or IRCLE

Jude
jhc86@netzero.net


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Wednesday, February 2, 2000

Hi All Again: Another topic to discuss or debate. Mrs. Kravitz' legacy--I know of at least 2 other sitcom characters that take their cue from Mrs. Kravitz. Mrs. Ochmonek from "Alf" played by Liz Sheridan(better known as Jerry Seinfeld's TV mom) and on the Brady Brides pilot--Mrs. Fritzsinger played by Barbara Cason. Any others you can think of?

Jude
jhc86@netzero.net


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Wednesday, February 2, 2000

Hi All! Hiscox: Welcome to the board!!! Fave characters: Sam, Endora, Aunt Clara and Uncle Arthur("That's good, Sammy. Would've been better if I said it). I personally prefer Alice Ghostley as Bernice on "Designing Women" than as Esmerelda--the character just doesn't improve. And definitely Alice Pearce as Gladys! :)

Breen from London


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Wednesday, February 2, 2000

Hello Hiscox. I've agonised a long time over who is my favourite character, Serena, or Samantha herself. I've finally decided that I'd like to marry Samantha, but if I was having a 'fling' I'd like to date Serena.

Mark


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Wednesday, February 2, 2000

Hiscox: I can't say that I have a fave character on BW ... but I do prefer the episodes with Endora than those w/o her. Its easier to have a least favorite character on this show for me- and that would be Esmeralda (sorry Alice Ghostley).

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Wednesday, February 2, 2000

Hiscox: Well then everyone on this board is aces w/you! We all love BW! Ryan: Great question on this week's newsletter.

Hiscox
littlesis_wales@yahoo.com


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Wednesday, February 2, 2000

Hi to all fans of Bewitched, I am new to this site and to the message board, but i think that bewitched is majorly majical and anyone elsw who thinks so is ace in my book!!! Can I ask what is anyones fave character? Mine is Sam/Serena, and if we go onto the subject of real people, no one can beat the ever magical Liz. Cheers!

Jude
jhc86@netzero.net


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Wednesday, February 2, 2000

Hi All! Ryan: Thanks for sending me the newsletter even though I did not request it. All: Boy, the editing last night on "That Was My Wife" was kinda bad! They start the episode with Mrs. Kravitz already in the kitchen with Sam in her black wig--to a first time viewer, they would be clueless as to why Sam had a black wig on in the first place. Also, notice that Louise is still not "showing"--did the writers at the time forget that they made the character pregnant and then remember early in the second season?

Big Dave
warlockgeorge@hotmail.com


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Tuesday, February 1, 2000

Ryan: I created a new e-mail account just for your newsletters. Considering their size and the volume of e-mail I get hotmail would be cleaning out my account almost everyweek. Please send future newsletters to the above e-mail and not the drbombay76@hotmail.com that I previously told you. I've enjoyed your newsletter. I especially like the inclusion of the anniversaries of particular episodes. I think it's fun to see at what time of the year certain episodes were on and think about everything that happened between certain episodes.

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Tuesday, February 1, 2000

Bewitched on at a reasonable hour...hooray! And the black and white episodes no less. Double hooray! Isn't is fascinating how AM looked just as ravishing whether it the episodes were black and white or color? Mark of a true Goddess for sure!

Sue L.


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Monday, January 31, 2000

I saw the park across the street in tonight's episode on SGN. I relation where is the Kravitz house that Glady's can see strange goings on.

TITUBA


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Monday, January 31, 2000

The episodes that got me the most were the ones where Sam went back to the middle ages, courtesy of Endora, and forgot who Darrin was. I was always afraid she would never make it back! OOOOhhhh how would you leave a poor maiden sooooooo.

Jude
jhc86@netzero.net


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Monday, January 31, 2000

Hi All! To toot my own horn--I have an online store and it does carry Bewitched videos. I can e-mail you a coupon for 50% off if you hurry towards the purchase of anything in my store. Here's the URL: http://judeswebmall.vstoremall.com/ Thanks! :)

Jude
jhc86@netzero.net


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Monday, January 31, 2000

Hi All! I like the part where the raven whistles the "Bewitched" intro tune. I think the early episodes spent a lot of time mentioning dark subjects--twice the name Beelzebub has been used, and with George the Warlock--Sam mentions Lucifer, while George reads a dictionary definition of warlock--The Devil, or demon, along with male witch. Notice that later seasons AVOID this topic almost entirely, with the exception of Uncle Arthur jokingly referring to the devil. It is probably because of this that some people avoid watching this show, thinking that it does have satanic connotations. God has been mentioned only once that I know of--where Darrin's friend played by Adam West gets married and the minister says "the fear of God".

Big Dave


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Monday, January 31, 2000

Mark: I enjoyed "George the Warlock" because of George being the Raven of the Edgar Allen Poe poem. Out of all of Samantha's boyfriend's he seemed like the one most suited to her. I love it when Danger says she doesn't care that he's a warlock and that everybody is entitled to their own religion. I'm not quite sure what you mean by the darkest episode. I think that 'the Crone of Cawdor' is the darkest, or spookiest, only because Darrin comes so close to aging 500 years instantaneously. Plus the Crone was just downright spooky looking.

Mark


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Monday, January 31, 2000

Bid Dave: Thanks so much for that info. I am so glad N@N wised up!! To be honest, I haven't been watching the show at all because of the 4:00 am time slot. (Except for the special instant gratification ones on Sundays). I occasionally watch the ones I have on tape from my FAVORITE seasons (1 & 2). I saw Abner Kadabra the other night- it reaffirms my views on Alice Pearce. She is the best Gladys. I do not like replacements. Best Louise- Irene Vernon. Best Gladys- Alice Pearce. Best Darrin- Dick York Best Bewildered Aunt- Aunt Clara (Alice Ghostley was no replacement for Marion Lorne at all!! even though she played the maid) BTW I think 'George the Warlock' has got to be the "darkest" episode of Bewitched (if you want to go that far) Anybody else's opinions????

Big Dave
drbombay76@hotmail.com


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Monday, January 31, 2000

So I just flew in from nick-at-nite.com and it seems that more of our wishes are being granted. According to the schedule BW is on at 11:30 p.m. eastern time AND at the 4 a.m. timeslot! Now we'll be able to watch it earlier!!! I'm sure that doesn't do much for those of you who do live on the east coast who have to get up early but what can you do? I also noticed that an episode of IDOJ is going to be on next week on Nick-at-Nite. I wonder if they will start showing 'the Magic Hour' again like they did? Especially early in the evening. Whoever is casting these spells on NAN keep up the good work!

Big Dave
drbombay76@hotmail.com


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Monday, January 31, 2000

Vivienne: Bewitched is available on video from Columbia House. They currently have 80 episodes on tape. You could also try Amazon.com witch has the Christmas tapes and Halloween video plus a few others....Everyone: Was Dr. Bombay's appearance last week on 'Passions' better than the first time? Meaning more lines and screen time?

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Monday, January 31, 2000

This weekend I saw "Girl, Interrupted" - it included a quick scene from "I Dream of Jeannie", but I didn't see any "Bewitched". BTW, I found out that Erin Gray ("Buck Rogers", "Silver Spoons") had been in the Houston area this past weekend for a convention - I wonder if Erin Murphy had been going to the same convention and had talked about it on that local Houston show. Too bad I couldn't have been in Houston for that!

Sue L.


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Sunday, January 30, 2000

I saw Dennis the Menace on SGN today! Yes 1164 is there without the house. I had to look quickly and there was the garage! And across the street was the swimming pool in the park where the "fake" house was built on Home Improvement. The house is down the street to the right. And the Stephens'house would be the Bellow's house in later episodes. Also a BW sighting in several Partridge family episodes.

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Sunday, January 30, 2000

Princess - thanks for the info about Erin Murphy doing the Houston talk show. Did anyone tape it? I still don't know if she's going to do more travelling this year, but I can always hope!

Vivienne Burgess
vjburg@btinternet.com


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Sunday, January 30, 2000

I would like to know where I can obtain episodes of Bewitched on video.

The Princess
myladybug@prodigy.net


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Saturday, January 29, 2000

SCH: I think you need to put the catnip on a higher shelf. It seems Zamaina has jumped right into it............with "all fours"!!!!!

**SCH**
cousinhenry@go.com


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Saturday, January 29, 2000

OH! Zamaina!!!! That pun is worthy of Uncle Arthur!

Zamaina
Zamaina@yahoo.com


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Saturday, January 29, 2000

I guess one could say: Alice Pearce aka Gladys Kravitz doesn't have everything on Alice Ghostley aka Matilda the evil witch......as lately, Alice Ghostley has been "Passions" plaything! Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha AH Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha AH Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha AH Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha ......................"nothing!" :(

**SCH**
cousinhenry@go.com


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Saturday, January 29, 2000

Hello EVERYONE! I've been flying around the cosmos from one area to another, and every place I pop in, I see Alice Ghostley appearing on NBC's soap opera, "Passions"! She plays a character that is an evil witch named 'Matilda' and has been on the show daily for awhile now! Also, Bernard Fox 'popped' into the soap as "Dr. Bombay" (with his sexy nurse in tow, too!) Why? Seems as though Tabitha has gotten herself into another mess! Tune in Monday to find out if Matilda helps Tabitha out of her problem or if Dr. Bombay will have to come to the rescue! It's just ...... almost too much! It's just ..... almost too much!!!!!

Breen from London


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Friday, January 28, 2000

Rudolph: My understanding is that C4 did not show Bewitched for a long time, 10 years maybe. Then they showed all the episode starting from number 1. This was about 96 or 97. Someone on the board about 2 years ago said they thought C4 had an obligation to show the episodes which is why they started from number 1. (Although something else they said, which was that C4 had now lost the rights to show Bewitched, was not true or changed). However when the episodes finished they then showed a run of I Dream of Jeannie episodes, then when that finished a run of Bewitched, etc. etc. I think most TV companies don't like to show b/w programs because people see that as being old-fashioned. But I for one would love to get a chance to record the first b/w episodes. I don't remember seeing them since I was a child, and my memory doesn't stretch back that far.

Big Dave
drbombay76@hotmail.com


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Friday, January 28, 2000

Ryan: Here's the e-mail address. By the way, are not able to update your site any longer? I really enjoyed visiting it.

Rudolf


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Friday, January 28, 2000

Breen : hope it does not get you up to early :-)? We got to thank CH4 for being so loyal for nearly twenty years, trouble is they seem to hate the b/w s. So i dont think the b/ws have been seen since 83/84?

Ryan
iluvlucy@mtnworks.net


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Friday, January 28, 2000

PETE: Ill send you the game information and the latest newsletter. BIG DAVE: I need you e-mail address okay? Thanks guys.

PETE
PANOCERES@WEBTV.NET


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Friday, January 28, 2000

HELLO EVERYONE!... FOR DDUKE, Darrin & Samantha lived at 1614 Morning Glory Circle, Westport, CT and right down the block were Tony & Jeannie at 1020 Palm Drive, Cocoa Beach, FL "ONLY IN TV LAND, COULD GET YOU FROM CT to FL BY JUST CROSSING THE STREET, OR WAS IT SOMETHING ABOUT THAT NEIGHBORHOOD, NO I KNOW IT WAS MAGIC!" To Lucy, put me on that mailing list for your newsletter, etc. Until next time, take care!...

Big Dave


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Friday, January 28, 2000

Ryan: I want to play your game as well.

Duke
ddukes@uswest.net


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Friday, January 28, 2000

Looking for the address of Sam and Darren on Bewitched. Got it??? e-me ddukes@uswest.net Thanks

The Princess
myladybug@prodigy.net


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Thursday, January 27, 2000

I just saw an ad for (I think) a local talk show here in Houston. It said Erin is going to be on tomorrow along with a few other child stars. I only caught the tail end of the commercial so I don't have the details.

Ryan


(IP Address: 209.234.202.90)Browser:Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 4.01; Windows 98)
Thursday, January 27, 2000

*SCH* Lots of people are participating, its nothing you vote, it is just game to keep to yourself and to give yourself the satisfaton of knowing you have "The Bewitched Knowledge", you can e-mail some and help eachother if you'd like. If you want my to establish a poll-type-thung for this...let me know.

Breen from London


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Thursday, January 27, 2000

Rudolph: Thank you very much for that 'heads up' (as the Americans say). I am so silly. Each week I buy the Radio Times, and check to see if Bewitched was returning to Channel 4. I always checked at the midday slots. It never struck me to look at 9am!!!!!!!!! ARGHGHGH.

**SCH**
rangerz@otbnet.com


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Thursday, January 27, 2000

RYAN: I am unsure on how to vote regarding the BW fanatic game. Is anyone else participating in the game?

Jude
jhc86@netzero.net


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Thursday, January 27, 2000

Hi All! Gladys Kravitz--Passion's Plaything Whodathunkit?? Pleasure is such a tease--what a hussy! I also got a kick out of watching the episode where Endora/AM transforms herself into Sam's twin(the first show to give the future development of Serena its roots)and she is forced to say :"I LOVE DARRIN STEPHENS"--TOO FUNNY!!!

Sam R
martinz@infinet.net


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Thursday, January 27, 2000

ENDORA: I just watched episode #191, "What makes Darrin Run", and AM appears wearing a cowgirl outfit saying that she is "busting her **s" in Texas 'bronco busting'....i couldn't help but hope that she would be 'bronco busting' up on your 'roof'.....(ahem).... in Texas, ,maybe wasn't as funny as I took it but I needed it at this time....she might have 'busted' her **s, but I busted my side laughing....Goodness, I love that woman....

Ryan
iluvlucy@mtnworks.net


(IP Address: 209.234.202.116)Browser:Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 4.01; Windows 98)
Wednesday, January 26, 2000

*SCH* Its fixed now and I sent a BW newsletter with the mistakes. RYAN

Rudolf


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Wednesday, January 26, 2000

dont forget UK viewers.Bewitched has returned to CH4 9am every week day

Big Dave


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Wednesday, January 26, 2000

Skip: I think I'll join in you in that move to Arizona (or at least southern Utah) because Pikachu (that's my car's name) is cold-blooded and I'm sure he wants to visit his reptilian relatives there. ~Snow, Snow, go away, Big Dave needs to go to work and play~ (he also needs to go to school and his car won't cooperate in this white, slushy, mess!!)

The Princess
myladybug@prodigy.net


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Wednesday, January 26, 2000

Did y'all see "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?" last night? They had a question about tea and one of the answers was Earl Grey!

**SCH**
cousinhenry@go.com


(IP Address: 4.20.172.22)Browser:Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.0; Windows 98; DigExt)
Wednesday, January 26, 2000

RYAN: I emailed you from your newsletter, but my email was returned. I emailed you from here.....and it was not returned. I would guess that the link on the newsletter isn't reliable, as it was returned: "no mailbox" or something equally irritating! Nevertheless, whether it is Uncle Arthur's "doing" or not, I finally (I think) successfully sent you an email requesting the "Who wants to be a BW fanatic" question, as the link did not work from the newsletter. Please, check your "email link" from the newsletter, as well, as I'm sure that others will have difficulty emailing you, witch may hamper the involvement of the "game". Thanks! ENDORA: OK! I am glad that you removed Uncle Arthur's spell of snow and snow and snow in our area! Now, how about the rest of the country? EDWINA: My darling Edwina! How I could sit down with you over a cup of Earl Grey and talk! Yes, I do believe that I just may have to do this very soon! PRINCESS: Just had to get out my "spell" book to brush up on my "spelling"

Ryan
iluvlucy@mtnworks.net


(IP Address: 209.234.202.154)Browser:Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 4.01; Windows 98)
Wednesday, January 26, 2000

Hey everyone! I just sent 2 Bewitched Newsletters out right now! One of them is the normal issue with the regular stuff, the next is a Bewitched game i'd like everyone to participate in the next couple months! Its called "Who's Wants to Be a Bewitched Fanatic" Yes, Bewitched trivia questions based on "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" you answer questions and try to get a million points to prove your the smartest Bewitched fan! You even get those 3 helpers (which are different from the show), you have to e-mail me though to get them! If you don't get me newsletter and id like to play the game or get my newsletter please e-mail me and i'll put you right on or just post a message saying you'd like to subsribe! That's it for now! By everyone! Have fun with the game?

Ling Ling


(IP Address: 165.87.13.202)Browser:Mozilla/4.5 (Win98; I)
Tuesday, January 25, 2000

Titubae: yese, I'lle havee ae saucere ofe milke!

TITUBA


(IP Address: 12.72.144.124)Browser:Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.0; Windows 98; AT&T WNS5.0)
Tuesday, January 25, 2000

Ling Ling: I thought you would say perhaps....a saucer of milk!

Ling Ling


(IP Address: 165.87.13.202)Browser:Mozilla/4.5 (Win98; I)
Tuesday, January 25, 2000

Tituba: For the record, I say potatoe. Just ask Endora. Endora: So AM liked snow? Is that why she is "punishing" me?! We got 10 inches BTW, so Skip, slide over, I'm coming with you!

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


(IP Address: 209.113.173.106)Browser:Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.0; Windows 98; DigExt)
Tuesday, January 25, 2000

Endora - we only got 6 inches of snow here, but it's wet packed snow - it's the equivalent of about 10-11 inches of powder. The hard part is taking care of the side of the road where the snow plows dump all the street snow (you have to at least get an opening to walk across the street) - it's 2 1/2 feet high, 2 feet deep and on one side of the street I have to clear about 20 feet wide. I was out there tonight for 2 1/2 hours. I'm going beddy-by now.

Skip


(IP Address: 199.71.188.22)Browser:Lynx/2.7.1f libwww-FM/2.14
Tuesday, January 25, 2000

It's bloody cold here. I think I'll move to Arizona.

TITUBA


(IP Address: 12.72.144.197)Browser:Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.0; Windows 98; AT&T WNS5.0)
Tuesday, January 25, 2000

Jeff H: that sounds simply marvelous right about now....all we have had is rain, and lot's of it. Everything is a mudhole, where is my Ark?

Jeff H


(IP Address: 63.26.61.83)Browser:Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.0; MSN 2.6; Windows 98; Compaq; DigExt)
Tuesday, January 25, 2000

Not to rub it in, but here in Phoenix its sunny and 78 degrees ; )

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Tuesday, January 25, 2000

So, how many of you are snowed in? Broph? Ling Ling? My friend in DC said they got 12-14 inches today and it's still snowing! Arthur's really done it this time! How are things in your neck of the woods SCH? Big Dave: Great Topic but I think Endora would have been a better one :) Jude: I hope your mom is feeling better.

Big Dave


(IP Address: 144.39.130.184)Browser:Mozilla/4.03 (WinNT; I ;Nav)
Monday, January 24, 2000

Everybody: I'm writing an evaluative essay for my English class entitled 'Durwood or Darrin: Which?' Of course it is about which Dustbin is better. So with your permission I would like to use some of your comments made previously (around November 99 or so) about this very subject. By the way my professor thought it was a great subject.

Edwina


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Monday, January 24, 2000

SCH: I apologize for my slight transgression of a few hours ago.... I am glad to hear from you too! You are very important to me too D A R L I N G! I shall take myself to the North of France Immediately and I shall have no fun until I hear from you, that you forgive me. Then we can go to the South of France and really live it up!(BFE)

Edwina


(IP Address: 12.77.183.109)Browser:Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.01; Windows 98; AT&T WNS5.0)
Monday, January 24, 2000

Brophy: It is good to hear from you... Shoveling snow can be fun for about three minutes... I'd rather make Angels in the snow....and hearing from you is almost as much fun as making Angels in the snow.... Okay, mowing the lawn... I'd rather swim...back to you Brophy, Glad to hear from you.... (BFE)

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


(IP Address: 205.181.240.73)Browser:Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.0; Windows 95; CNETHomeBuild051099; DigExt)
Monday, January 24, 2000

Edwina - sorry I haven't had much time lately. The strange thing about snow around here is that it falls, you shovel it, and if it's light and powdery it blows right back to where you shoveled it. Even as some of it melts, what's left always wants to go on the sidewalk, driveway, walkway, etc. Also, I had forgotten to shovel around the pipe for heating oil so we could get a delivery (oops!). Summertime means mowing lawns and cutting back the small jungle, Wintertime means shovelling snow repeatedly - how I love the Spring and Fall!

**SCH**
cousinhenry@go.com


(IP Address: 4.20.172.42)Browser:Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.0; Windows 98; DigExt)
Monday, January 24, 2000

OK! OK! I've had enough of this snow! Here in South Eastern IL, we received another 6 inches! I know, I know......usually I am jumping up and down over 6 inches......but, when it is snow....on top of snow......on top of ice and snow.........Methinks Uncle Arthur (dear ole Dad) is punishing me.........! But, alas........for what???????? Auntie Endora??????? You've just GOT to do something! I enjoy snow just as the next witch........but......this is practically a joke!!!!

Sue L.


(IP Address: 204.210.56.93)Browser:Mozilla/4.7 (Win95; I)
Sunday, January 23, 2000

What is on for Monday on SGN? I am trying to watch them. And look for bloopers. I love the show! I missed the two Jonathons. I liked that one. Interesting that Jonathon was in 3 episodes of the show. He was referred to also.

TITUBA


(IP Address: 12.72.228.76)Browser:Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.0; Windows 98; AT&T WNS5.0)
Sunday, January 23, 2000

Thanks Skip.

Skip


(IP Address: 216.13.22.238)Browser:Mozilla/4.7 (Win95; I)
Sunday, January 23, 2000

Catchy tune, Tituba!

Jude
jhc86@netzero.net


(IP Address: 208.49.238.132)Browser:Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.0; Windows 98; DigExt)
Saturday, January 22, 2000

Hi All! Ryan: You are probably not seeing your post because you need to "refresh" your page. Sam R: Please don't be offended by the OLDER crack--I love MATURE women--why do you think I have a thing for Endora/AM! To spend an "Evening with the Fabulous Redhead" is sure delight. All: I loved the Ling-Ling episode--too bad the writers didn't keep the cat as a recurring character.

Ryan


(IP Address: 209.234.202.85)Browser:Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 4.01; Windows 98)
Saturday, January 22, 2000

Guess not! Let me try again! HOW ABOUT NOW?

Ryan


(IP Address: 209.234.202.85)Browser:Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 4.01; Windows 98)
Saturday, January 22, 2000

Hey this is only a test! I want to see if this works okay? Did it work?

TITUBA
tichwitch@worldnet.att.net


(IP Address: 12.72.144.145)Browser:Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.0; Windows 98; AT&T WNS5.0)
Saturday, January 22, 2000

Skip: you say Ticheba, I say Tituba, you say potato, I say potata, potato...potata... Ticheba...Tituba...let's call the whole thing off cha cha cha! Big Dave: a slave? Me? Weeelllllll! Certainly not! Of course it came from the Queen!

Edwina


(IP Address: 12.77.183.243)Browser:Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.01; Windows 98; AT&T WNS5.0)
Saturday, January 22, 2000

Hi All! Brophy: How are you doing with all that snow? Is everything alright with you and yours? Talk to me bud!(BFE)

Big Dave


(IP Address: 144.39.130.184)Browser:Mozilla/4.03 (WinNT; I ;Nav)
Saturday, January 22, 2000

Sam R: You must understand that by 'older' sister I meant someone born before me. I am the oldest sibling in my family and I always thought it would be nice to have an older brother or sister who could give me pointers on girls, dating and stuff.

Sue L.


(IP Address: 204.210.56.93)Browser:Mozilla/4.7 (Win95; I)
Saturday, January 22, 2000

Oh yes tonites episode with John Van Millwood. And Sam says to Endora refering to Abigail Beechum's efficiency. Endora says How efficient? AND the best one is Are you expecting? Yes or no? Sam says do I have a choice yes or no? YES! boy or girl, witch or warlock? which? I thought it was cute and she is waiting to tell her news. Endora & Maurice have an open marriage? Interesting! It's interesting that Darrin was on a business trip. And was it the following episode that DS was in? Am I right or was it a rerun? Also blooper time. On the 1st anniversary Sam was about 3 mos. And Tab was born 4 mos later according to the real month. And on the 2nd anniversary? Darrin finds Tab is a witch and she is a year old? Is in 18 mos? Then it would be 3 years. Tonite Sam & Darrin were married 5 years. And then Tabitha would be 4? But she would really 3.5 yrs.Help!

Sam R
martinz@infinet.net


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Friday, January 21, 2000

JUDE & DAVE: What's this 'older' stuff? Enough already. I see that I'm gonna have to join ENDORA's 'kick boxig' class just to keep you two impertinent boys in line......Just remember the saying, " The drier the cork, the sweeter the wine!"....

Skip


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Friday, January 21, 2000

Tituba: In the end credits of episode 108, it's T-I-C-H-E-B-A.

Jude
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Friday, January 21, 2000

Hi All! Sam R: I've never had a sister, only 2 brothers (My parents sitcom--My Three Sons--LOL!)but I will always be ready to adopt you, esp since you are OLDER than me--teehee. Darrin quote: A slip of the lip can sink a ship. Was he bold or what??(pun intended). Did Endora foresee the trouble with the schmoozing assistant when she told Darrin "YOU'RE IN TROUBLE!"? or was she simply trying to psych him out? It really has been a joy to watch these again, mostly faves, although the one with Zeno(?) the magician isn't one I really care for.

Big Dave


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Friday, January 21, 2000

Endora: Oh, I just decided that the 'parents' of my little car were one of the first models of Metro's and an iguana (LOL). Sam R: I'll be your brother anytime. It's good to have a 'sibling' who is older than I, and a sister at that. Of course I am Heather Ann's older brother which is fun. She hasn't been able to reach the board due to a lack of funds on the parents credit card because of the previous holidays. But she says 'hi' to everyone. Tituba: I just was wondering the origin of your screen name. I assumed that it came from the name of the slave woman, Tituba, who lived in Salem during the witch trials and had been telling the girls of Salem Village their fortunes. But then seeing your previous comment does it come from the name of the lady who was Queen of the Witches before Samantha? Not that it makes any difference, just wondering...Now I would like to share a favorite line from yesterday's episode. Endora pops in to invite Samantha to her cousin's wedding and Samantha tells her to take a message back saying that she won't be able to come. Endora says she'll relay the message and then, to Darrin, she say, "Oh yes! I have a message for you too, young man. YOU'RE IN TROUBLE!" and with that she pops out. Not only was that line funny but SCARY at the same time. When I first saw this episode it gave me chills because, let's face it, we don't want to be in trouble with Endora. And have we all noticed in the b&w episodes that Darrin thought he was Mohammed Ali punching everybody out? Is there a color episode in which he punches someone?

Endora
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Friday, January 21, 2000

It's snowing in Ohio guys! Right on Moorehead Manor (I don't know why this is so fascinating to me, but it is). I'll bet it's gorgeous! It is also going to snow in Salem. You know when I was there it was unseasonably warm. I leave - they get one of the coldest winters ever! Coincidence? I think not! That'll teach my home office not to transfer me to Boston when I tell them too (LOL)! BTW, I dreamed about Dick York (of all people) last night! I dreamed I was interviewing him about Bewitched. It was a very cool dream but I "witch" it had been about AM instead. P.S. AM loved snow (Dave, try to remember this when your car won't start because of the white stuff). In fact, Orson Welles ended up giving her the little glass snow ball used in Citizen Kane because she had mentioned that she missed winter and the snow after moving to L.A.

Sue L.


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Thursday, January 20, 2000

Oh yes, that episode was a crackup! I can see where it was rewritten on BW. And stuffing the chocolate & bananas into the white jackets,etc. Lucy & Ethel starting stuffing the chocolate in their clothes & hats, etc. Lucille Ball was expecting Desi at that time, but it was not written in to the script yet. AND wasn't Liz expecting Rebecca too and it was not in the script yet. She did not look as big as a house. But in the episode Alias Darrin Stephens she looks more than 3 mos. You know its obvious. She says I'm gonna have a baby. Not we. And in ILL- Lucy writes Ricky a note. And the Arnazes are married in real life even if there are twin beds. The Stephens' have a double bed. I can't think of any crossover to BW. There is Maid to Order ie Naomi soon to be Esmeralda. And there is Elspeth. and another maid that Sam hires, and then Esmeralda. Lucy hires Mrs. Porter. Oh yes, another honorable mention for AM as Endora. Her favorite color. She is the lavender lady. That color is so favorable. I am looking for bloopers in tonites episode. Did anyone spot any?

TITUBA


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Thursday, January 20, 2000

Endora: we all need AM, you know that. My favorite thing about her is she really had a big heart even if she didn't want Darrin to see it! I loved it when Darrin grabs her and says "Mom!" Skip: that's T-I-T-U-B-A.

Ryan


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Thursday, January 20, 2000

MORE LUCY/BEWITCHED CONNECTIONS: The quote "I was dipper from way back, they used to call me the big dipper" was used by Serena in "Samantha Power Failure" and by Lucy about 15 years ealiar in "Job Switching" - Bewitched re-wrtoe one of the I Love Lucy scripts called "Lucy Hires A Maid" there was several 'maid episodes' on Bewithcedm so I don't know which one, I think ir was the one during the 4th or 5th season -k-??

Sam R
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Thursday, January 20, 2000

Everybody: You are all so kind and supportive. I want to thank you all again. EDWINA: Funny that you should say "Snapoutovit!" SMACK!! I was thinking of that scene with Cher and Mr. Cage when I was in the doldrums and sitting in the corner.....about Bill Asher, who is insulting your Bill now? How dare they....the nerve of some humanoids! Those who insult BA and AM or any of the other BW cast are insulting us because we are the extended family of the Bewitched family. Family always supports and defends family.....oh dear....I just noticed that I am on top of you again....I would like for once to be on the bottom.....I could use the rest...JUDE AND BIG DAVE: I never had brothers, but if I ever did they would have big shoes to fill when it comes to you both. I owe you both a long letter to fill you in on what's happening...be sure to bring some popcorn when I do.

Skip


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Thursday, January 20, 2000

Jude: Just to add to your collection of 'Lucy/Bewitched' connections: Agnes Moorehead lived on the same street in Beverly Hills as Lucille Ball; Lucy and Elizabeth Montgomery appeared on 'Password' together sometime in the early-mid '70s; and of course we all know Bill Asher directed roughly one-third of the 'I Love Lucy' shows; Sandra Gould appeared in a couple of those early 'Lucy' shows. There's more, I'm sure, but that's all I can think of for now.

Edwina


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Thursday, January 20, 2000

Sam R: No fair..... you are always on top of me!! So.... (ahem) tongue in cheek has you laughing eh? Good! I am glad that you got another laugh..... Keep that chin up if you want to....remember it is okay to be upset....just don’t stay there long... it is part of the healing process. A lot of people care about you.... So don’t go "staying away again" or else!!!! (I’ll think of something drastic) The next time you start thinking about not posting.... You know what to do.... Snap outovit! Mumbles to self....(A wet blanket indeed......why I ought to.....) Endora: I loved that misquote you quoted.... I liked it too when as the Driving instructor (Harold) he called the bozo honking "selfish, selfish" at that time those were very strong words..... And the idiots that were ugly to my Bill....are selfish, selfish....and the punishment is as we discussed..... Torturous and expeditiously decadent..... Great minds think alike..... well.... there now, I feel better......Thank you Endora (BFE)

Jude
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Thursday, January 20, 2000

Hi All! Sam R: You have been a welcome fresh breath of air in my life! Your encouragement and prayers of when I went through the lymph node scare were a big help. Everybody here has been super with special thanks to Edwina, Big Dave, Endora. I notice how last night's episode showed Endora to be very beguiling and could be enchanted with a mortal, namely Frank Stephens. About the actor, Robert F. Simon, shared a post-Bewitched connection with David White--both played the short tempered boss on the shortlived Spiderman series in 1978 on CBS. It also seems Samantha was more closer to his Frank, than to Roy Roberts' Frank(Roy Roberts will always be to me, Mr. Mooney's blowhard boss, Mr. Cheever on The Lucy Show--which also featured Kasey Rogers in 3 guest appearances, thereby creating another Bewitched connection).

Sue L.


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Thursday, January 20, 2000

I read the messages and it was Endora Who is Agnes Moorehead. I hope no one ever says Who needs Endora? ie Agnes Moorehead. I am not thinking straight. I thought that is what I read, No negatives here. We all need Endora. And her family needed her. True Agnes Moorehead was needed by her family. I don't know about her son. She probably did alot for him. And we hope was a good mother. I took a fall off a chair and where was Endora? She could have zapped that chair back up and put a cushion on the floor. There are times I need Endora to help. Believe me.

Wayne
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Thursday, January 20, 2000

Endora... Thanks for the picture it was really nice of you I liked it a lot Bewitched was my most favorite show in the 60's and 70's I would sometimes even play sick to stay home from school to see the show Thanks again it is a very nice gift Wayne

Endora
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Thursday, January 20, 2000

Sam R: Say it isn't so! I hope you're feeling better and if you need a shoulder to cry on you know how to reach me. You're right about overtime it does stink, but at least where I work one of the (few) good things is that they don't care if you hop on the internet occasionally. Don't leave us again, even if you do have to work overtime! Thanks too to everyone for proving that there are people in the world who know the truly magnificent nature of the Goddess. Edwina: To misquote Uncle Arthur: "Anyone who would insult Bill Asher is sick." I think Sam R's "pearls before swine" analogy applies there as well! Breen: The moral of the story is...you should have bought me those AM pictures when you had the chance....now the Witches Council is punishing you. I hope you're satisfied Missy!

Broph
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Thursday, January 20, 2000

Breen - sorry to hear that the shop closed down. One of the disappointing things about working in town was finding out that a shop I used to love to visit - one that would be right down the street from my new office - was closed! Apologies for not being around - 2 friends recently experienced losses and I've been a bit involved. The funeral yesterday was a little strange - 2 of the altar boys were girls and there was a former New Kid on The Block attending the service (don't ask me which one).

Breen from London


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Thursday, January 20, 2000

A long time ago I told you a story. I had gone to a shop in London. The shop had LOADS of photos, of EM and cast etc. I just bought a few EM ones I liked the best. About 6 monthes later I went again, to get some more. Most of them had gone. I told the Board, and Endora told me how silly I had been. She was particularly upset when I said there were pictures of AM behind the counter but I handn't even looked at them. Well, to update you on this story, I went again to the shop today. Again I was thinking of buying some Bewitched photos, without being determined to buy all the photos they had. BUT THE SHOP HAS SHUT DOWN. Closed, kaput, 'to let'. What is the moral of this story?

Big Dave


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Wednesday, January 19, 2000

Sam R: Oh, there you are. I'm glad to see you're back for at least a little bit. And I meant every word I said in my previous post.

Sam R
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Wednesday, January 19, 2000

P.S. Oh...Edwina...I hadn't noticed till I checked my last post, but it seems that I'm on top of you....(LOL's)...again...

Sam R
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Wednesday, January 19, 2000

Tongues!! Tongue in cheek! What is it about tongues today.....(ahem) Yes, I'm talking to you Edwina. I am laughing again. I needed to laugh. JUDE & BIG DAVE: You two are just too wonderful for words....you must have alot of AM, EM, and BA in you, for all your warmth...made me just about cry when I read that I was missed. I mean this most seriously. Overtime just ended on Thursday but now the company might want us to start up again. I hope not. How can I stay Bewitched and under the Spell when I am too busy to visit my 'buds'? Nay, no more overtime I say! (money's good though, and Reno is in August, hmmmm) On another note, I had some bad news about a couple of friends recently, and it was very bad. I didn't feel like posting....I'm silly because there are real true friends here with lots of support to offer...what was I thinking? There is so much love here and I sort of just hid in a corner and didn't share when perhaps I should have. Please forgive me. I just didn't want to be a 'wet blanket' or a 'downer'....or whatever. I am keeping my 'chins' up though and concentrating on good stuff. Thank you Edwina for all your love and other stuff... ENDORA: Did I read correctly that you shared with someone about AM and got insulted? Pooh, pooh on them. Losers...Don't cast your pearls before swine. Certain poor, lost souls cannot appreciate a good and wonderful woman even when she is so obviously gifted and standing right there in front of them. Their loss. I just loved AM in "Magnificent Obsession" 'witch' I saw this weekend. Agnes was marvelous. How do I know? I have never seen her in anything that I did not love and always have been astounded at her impecible timing and talent. Her humor I adore. There's more, but I don't want to hog the Board.

Edwina


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Wednesday, January 19, 2000

Hi All: Endora: Agnes Moorehead was a wonderful Actress and an Author! Let none of us forget that she was both and Actress and an Author... My local library tells lies (Agnes Moorehead is listed only as an Author) Being an Author is very wonderful! Agnes was BOTH! It is just that the library down the block needs some cleaning up....okay their sources need cleaning... I trusted them for information not any more..... I was floored by what they said about MY Bill....idiots all of them.... Bewitched Rocks and Rules always has always will (Bill Asher live Forever Please!).... (BFE)

Edwina


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Wednesday, January 19, 2000

Hi All!!! Endora: Who is Agnes Moorehead....(tongue in cheek....) (BFE)

Skip


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Wednesday, January 19, 2000

Endora: Agnes Moorehead was a true original.

Big Dave


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Wednesday, January 19, 2000

I'm glad it was pointed out that Samantha said she was only going to serve one year. I had forgotten about that. It makes me feel better that my favorite witch wasn't dethroned. Endora: Concerning AM/Endora, I love her. True, not with as much passion as you but BW definitely wouldn't have lasted as long as it did w/o the character of Endora. She possessed a certain grace and beauty all the while retaining a 'mind like a steel trap' as Maurice once said. I always remembered I thought it was so cool that sometimes she would just appear in midair, on top of the house or wherever. Whomever dissed you because of your fascination/appreciation of AM/Endora should be smacked and given at LEAST ten demerits before they are DISSOLVED!!! Jude: Concerning Sam R, she has been working a lot of overtime and so she doesn't have much time to come and visit. And when she does I want her to know that I miss her and love her and the wonderful things she says.

Endora
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Wednesday, January 19, 2000

Call to my friends here for moral support; Please tell me all the reasons why you like/love/admire/adore Agnes Moorehead. My personal crusade to get her the positive attention and recognition she deserves has not been going well lately (in fact one person I sent a note about her to personally insulted me), and I really need to affirm the fact that there are intelligent, thoughtful people w/exquisite taste (that would be y'all) in this world. I thank you!

Jude
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Wednesday, January 19, 2000

Hi All! Big Dave: I agree with you on "A is for Ardvark"--never, has there been a more touching heartfelt episode than this one. Liz's emotions and tears were so real and heartfelt! That should have won her an Emmy! Sam R: Hey! We miss you posting here--and you were the one to encourage me to come and now, you don't show up.

Skip


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Tuesday, January 18, 2000

Polychrome: Yes, I do recall Sara Baker and Abigail Beecham. And among royalty, besides Queen Ticheba and the high priestess Hepzibah, there was of course the Countess Piranha, who didn't use a last name, but then who among the blue-blooded set does? - I guess there's no hard and fast rule. Most of the witches and warlocks didn't use their last names (if indeed they had one), a few did. I suppose it depended on which writer scribed the episode.

Danielle


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Tuesday, January 18, 2000

I love Bewitched.Did you know Sarinas beauty mark can change shape. The last time I watched It was A peace sign

Scott


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Tuesday, January 18, 2000

I'm going to enroll at the LARRY TATE School of Business.......right away! There's no time to waste!

A BW FAN


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Tuesday, January 18, 2000

Ok.....OK! I realize that it has been some time since I last asked this. Has everyone visited: http://broph.homesite.net/Bewitched/bewitchedagain.html and called the phone numbers (310-202-1234 AND 310-244-4000) to let tptb know your opinion regarding BEWITCHED????????????????????? Yes, I know that I have asked this in the past and email you too, asking you all to call. Please, take a moment, won't you? Stay Bewitched!

**SCH**
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Tuesday, January 18, 2000

EVERYONE: Have you CAST your vote regarding the question in the new and improved Chatroom? Herbie J. Pilato posted a question and I am curious IF anyone else has *popped* in the new and improved Chatroom? His email is posted, as well as other information regarding the querry. Now, don't rush or push each other! There is plenty of time and room! See you in there! :^)

DOUG


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Tuesday, January 18, 2000

Oooopppppppssssssss! Guess I need to work on my SPELLing! (explantion=explanation) Back to Warlocks U, I suppose!

DOUG
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Tuesday, January 18, 2000

TO EVERYONE IT CONCERNS: I apologize for my slight transgression of the other day when I failed to notice that the emails I sent to everyone were NOT worth sending! BROPH: ThAnK yOu VeRy MuCh for the explantion. You are a good friend, indeed!

Endora
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Tuesday, January 18, 2000

I agree w/Skip. My impression is that Samantha served her year as Queen and then gave it up. I think this was smart on the writer's part as well, since the whole queen thing probably would have gotten stale had they continued it for the rest of the show's run. I also agree about the last names but I'd like to put a different spin on it. Think about this, when you're introducing your husband to your aunt or cousin you're not going to say "This is my Aunt Clara Brown" or "This is my Cousin Serena X." Chances are you'll just use their first name. Thus, by allowing us to know the characters as "Aunt Clara, Uncle Arthur, Serena" etc. it made us a part of their family, and, more importantly, them a part of ours. BTW, did you ever notice how everyone called "Aunt Clara" Aunt Clara? It just fit somehow. Even Larry called her that!

Skip


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Tuesday, January 18, 2000

Big Dave: I don't think Samantha's crown was ever revoked. In the "Long Live the Queen" episode, she tells Darrin that she has to serve for at least a year. During that fourth season, there were various references in different episodes to her being queen. Presumably, she chose to not 'run for office' beyond the required year. - Regarding the redecorating, I liked it. I remember seeing it at the time (1970), and thinking that the furniture looked high-quality, obviously these people weren't poor (as Samantha pointed out to Hepzibah). I wasn't crazy about the oranges and the shag rug, but I did like the brown couch better than the floral print one. I also like the remodelled kitchen. Basically, I liked the whole house. And remember, those colours were 'in' at the time. Thirty years from now, we'll look back and ask ourselves how we could have lived with the colour scheme we have presently.

Big Dave


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Tuesday, January 18, 2000

The past few days have been full of great BW episodes that have got me thinking about little BW trivia. I thoroughly enjoyed watching Jane Connell's performance as Hepzibah on the Instant Gratification Sunday. She was hilarious. Especially when she sends Darrin and Samantha to their room....when she is telling her dogs that Mommy will be home soon when she sends them away..."To Go or Not to Go" marks the redecorating of the living room in those awful browns and oranges and the remodeling of the kitchen (witch, by the way, I like better, except for the staircase plopped in the middle)...the trumpeteer also introduces Samantha as 'ex-Queen Samantha'. Was the revoking of the crown Hepzibah's idea then? If so then that means that the office of High Priestess is a higher rank than Queen...these episodes also bring up a twist in the plot of BW when Hepzibah says to Endora, "You promised us the marriage wouldn't last." to which Endora says, "I'm working on it." I think I mentioned this previously that I believe the Witches' Council was informed by Endora of Samantha's fascination with mortals and mortalhood and so they allowed her to date Darrin believing that Samantha would see what clumsy foolish creatures mortals are. But when they found out about the marriage, well, as Samantha said, "I could hardly hear the wedding bells the thunder was so loud." Endora must've told them that she would make sure it would break up not realizing that Samantha not only loved the mortal lifestyle but she was in love with Darrin as a person and not just because he was mortal. And I'm sure with the birth of the grandchildren Endora really didn't pay much attention to her promise to break the marriage up, she just did pranks on Darrin just to get a rise out of him. Also early this morning 'A is for Aardvark' aired on NAN. I must agree with Mr. Asher when he says that this episode is the quintessential BW episode. EVERYTHING about this episode is magnificent. Darrin's new found love of witchcraft and Samantha's realizing that maybe the world she'd always dreamed of living in was coming to an end because Darrin had decided to convert. And then when he realizes that he doesn't want everything just what he has and he gives Sam the flowers and the watch, I tear up every time. But wouldn't you know it the power went out in the middle of the episode. I would've been furious but I happen to have the last half recorded on another tape so all is well.

Polychrome


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Tuesday, January 18, 2000

Skip-The last name thing has always puzzled me. Do you recall Sara Baker, aka Miss Jasmine or how about Abigail Beachum? Herbie Pilato's book states that we learn Aunt Clara's last name is Brown in the "There's No Witch Like An Old Witch" episode, but I've watched that one carefully and nowhere is Aunt Clara's last name mentioned. Aside from the obvious lack of attention the writers paid to this part of the Bewitched universe, I like to think that Samantha's last name was a rather intricate string of names which evolved over the generations as liasons were formed and she probably only used one small part of it on the marriage license.

Kristal Khild


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Tuesday, January 18, 2000

Sue L.--- yeah uncle Arthu r(Paul Lynde) is Endora's brother on the show. I don't know why Darrin wasn't in the episode. It could be that Dick York's back was hurting and he couldn't make it for the shooting of the episode or it was the transition of Darrins.

Kristal Khild


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Tuesday, January 18, 2000

I thought Irene Vernon was the best Mrs. Tate. I thought she was beautiful, and I loved her acting. Skip --- you are right, what if executives thought, oh no we can't do this movie because we can't find the right characters to play these parts. But there are some people who can't be imitated by anyone. I can think of a few movies, where I cringed at the actors, although the actor might resemble the person there was something not exactly right about him or her. Side Humor ---- On the show Charmed, they had a person who practices witchcraft but isn't a magically witch like the 3 sisters, anyway the witch said "Oh, My stars", and of cousrse I thought of Bewitched.

Sue L.


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Monday, January 17, 2000

did anyone catch tonite's episode on SGN? Sam & Serena & Arthur lose their powers. Endora puts a button on Arthur's mouth. Arthur on Endora-he wants to get a transfusion. Instead of being related to her. He is her brother. And is he really the Uncle to Serena? Where was Darren? They made no reference to him in the episode. Was he away on a busines trip? Wasn't this before DY left the show. Am I right? I know the last episode was when Sam & Darrin go to Mexico. And Samantha's Good News was without Darrin.

TITUBA


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Monday, January 17, 2000

Endora: you make me laugh!:)

Edwina


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Monday, January 17, 2000

Hi ALL: Princess: I hope the person answered correctly... How much was the question worth? Of course to us the answer is priceless.....(BFE)

The Princess
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Monday, January 17, 2000

The question was: (Ahem) How did Samantha activate her powers? I have forgotten the three bogus answers. The correct answer, of course, was twitching her nose.

**SCH**


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Monday, January 17, 2000

PRINCESS: What was the question? I missed that particular episode.

Endora
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Monday, January 17, 2000

Tituba: I was just pretending to worship you in that episode because I was afraid you would revoke Samantha's nomination after she initially turned it down....oh mother of us all!

jake


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Monday, January 17, 2000

was there more than two darrins at any time, pilots, begin, end? if so then who where they?

The Princess
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Sunday, January 16, 2000

Finally! A question about BW was asked on "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?" Way to go, Regis!

Demian


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Sunday, January 16, 2000

Does anyone have either of the following 3 tabitha episodes?? 1) Tabitha's Weighty Problem 2) Halloween Show 3) Tabitha's Party

TITUBA


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Saturday, January 15, 2000

Skip: because it's fun, that's why.

Skip


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Saturday, January 15, 2000

It seems in the minds of the 'Bewitched' writers, last names weren't a priority with their witch/warlock characters. There were of course Franklyn Blodgett (but he needed a last name to give the impression of 'mortal legitimacy') and John Van Millwood (could have been a stage name, he was after all, a 'thespian' ... by the way Elizabeth Montgomery chose this character's name, naming him after a race horse). But Samantha's last name, or her parents', is NEVER mentioned on the show. Dobson may have been mentioned in the draft of the script for the pilot, I'm not sure; the writer of the 1965 'Bewitched' book (was that Al Hine? Or did he write "The Opposite Uncle'?)... he chose to use it in his book, but that was his fabrication. If ever they wanted to mention the last name, there was never a better opportunity than in the Darrin/Endora first meeting show. That they chose not to reveal it proves they "didn't want to go there", and if they didn't, why should we?

Sue L.


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Saturday, January 15, 2000

Jude, Thanks for the birthday wishes!

Sue L.


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Saturday, January 15, 2000

Jude, I only know of two episodes, first one where Louise finds she is pregnant. Larry makes a remark that she is putting on some weight. They mention they are married 16 years. In another one- where Sam tells Endora she is pregnant. Larry tells Darrin that Louise played golf before delivering Jonathon. Dodson could be also be Endora's last name-or maiden name. She could be referring to Maurice's last name. When Darrin says Mrs. ?. Endora could be going by the proper custom of the husbands last name. Yes, Darrin would see her maiden name on the license & her age too. Sam could have used Dobson also. I have a cousin that did not know how old his ex wife was. He knew her birthday only.

Jude


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Friday, January 14, 2000

Hi All! Sue L: Happy Belated birthday!! BWfan: Gee, that is interesting to know that the book gave her a last name, although it contradicts what Endora said "Mother Meets Whats-His-Name". When Darrin begins to address Endora as "Mrs?..." Endora replies "You'll never be able to pronounce it." This could undergo the reasoning that Endora herself was going by HER maiden name by then, since she and Maurice had an "open" marriage and Samantha's maiden name could be her father's last name--hmmmm, Maurice Dobson?? Doesn't sound regal enough for a fancy cat like Maurice--LOL! But you would think Darrin would already know her maiden name from their courtship and from the marriage license. Anybody got an idea about this? Also was Louise Tate ever actually shown being pregnant with Jonathan? I know he is born early in the second season with the famous episode with Maurice mistaking him for his grandchild, but I don't recall see any episodes where Louise is actually "showing". If there is, please point them out to me.

Sue L.


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Friday, January 14, 2000

Edwina & Broph, thanks for the birthday wishes! I like this board!

TITUBA


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Friday, January 14, 2000

Okay, if Endora is so powerful then why does she bow down to Tituba....alright, I can't remember the episode name but all the witches were gathered together to name Samantha as the new Queen.

BWfan


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Friday, January 14, 2000

In the 1965 paperback book entitled "Bewitched", Samantha Dobson was the witch with a twitch. The book was based on the show.

Mary
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Friday, January 14, 2000

Does anyone what Samantha's maiden is?

Endora
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Friday, January 14, 2000

Broph: I think power is a relative term here. Endora's not being able to see Tabitha has nothing to do w/why she doesn't disintegrate Dustbin. It's because she loves Samantha. And it is because Samantha loves Endora that she doesn't do something drastic like stop her from seeing Tabitha when she does cast spells on Derweed. So I guess the real power here is love, just like in the mortal world.....

Broph
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Friday, January 14, 2000

Sue L - Happy Birthday - I hope it's a good one for you. Well, after over 300 days it has snowed in Salem. Only about 4 inches, so it's just a dusting, but it's still a little slippery. As to who is a powerful witch, there's more than just the witchly power - some witches think better than others or have something hanging over another's head - would Endora ever do anything truly to Darrin knowing that Samantha would never let her see Tabitha again? Now that's some power!

Jeff H


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Friday, January 14, 2000

Endora: Please leave the water mains alone this time, we are begging you!!!!!!

Edwina


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Thursday, January 13, 2000

Sue L: Happy Birthday....Hope your day is Chock full of wonderful things....(BFE)

Sue L.


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Thursday, January 13, 2000

thanks Big Dave for the b'day wishes. Skip- well, you got me to admit it- How did you figure it out? Yes, I was in Kindergarten. so, I can't say that you made a wrong guess. any way, though, Our daughter likes BW too. thanks for the b'day wishes too. Happy Birthday to Tab!

Sue L.


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Thursday, January 13, 2000

It is SGN not SCN! Could it be another spell of Serena's or in reference to Serena? Serena's spells? What is SCN? Anyone want to guess. or a recipe? Sam's Carrot nibbles? for Bunny the rabbit. (girl)

Skip


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Thursday, January 13, 2000

Jude: We Canadians have a totally different rating system. The PG you saw actually stands for 'Pretty Good'. I've been trying for ages to get them to change it to X (for excellent, of course). - Speaking of Carlotta, she was of course played by an Oscar winner called Mercedes McCambridge, whose birth name was Carlotta Mercedes Agnes McCambridge. - Endora: Out of deference for the way you have been feeling, I won't even roll my eyes at your goddess comment. (But that doesn't mean an eye-roll is not in order!)

Panda
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Thursday, January 13, 2000

BREENFROMLONDON: Oh. Similar to, "This is Big Witch Stuff, not little witch stuff"?

Breen from London


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Thursday, January 13, 2000

Panda: In one of the later episodes Darrin mentions that to Sam. She is able to reverse one spell that Tabitha (I think) had done, which was to change clothes, but was not able to reverse another spell, which was to change a teddy bear into a real bear (or was it a tiger?). Darrin asks how she can do that. She says something like 'Oh Darrin changing clothes is one things, changing a tiger is another'. So some small spells could be reversed, although it was ALSO tied in with the strength of the spell-caster.

Big Dave


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Thursday, January 13, 2000

Considering Endora is experiencing 'that time of the month' I wouldn't brush off her 'promises' of thunder, lightning, earthquakes etc.:)

Jude
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Thursday, January 13, 2000

Hi All! Well, post one serious question, asking a legimitate query and what do I get? Snipes, petty comments, and downright rudeness. Well, watch out Endora, I'll call Arthur on you --LOL!(in case anyone new is reading this, this is just all in fun). Did you know that Bewitched was rated PG in Canada? I saw a video clip of the 1966 credits that ran on Canada's Prime Network and sure enough it was rated PG!! I think Uncle Arthur must behind this one--I guess Endora will have to put him in his place after all. So to Endora: I regret my slight transgression of the other day. (tinka, tinka, tee) Catch ya later! :)

Big Dave


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Thursday, January 13, 2000

Jude: Of course the rolling thunder I was referring to was coming from both Endoras as we all know that even though Hepzibah was High Priestess, Endora had done her 'share of committee work, as you well know.' Endora had too many parties to attend and her granddaughter to be with to worry about an office in the witch government. And I must agree with Ling Ling. I'm sure Endora detested Carlotta and just wanted not to have to put up with her self-centeredness. That's probably the reason she promised Samantha to Juke all those eons ago. Carlotta realized that any offspring of Endora & Maurice's would only help her family look better and she probably nagged Endora into the silly promise. And you must remember because Endora had done her work in the witch hierarchy, which is why she wasn't crowned Queen, but instead her gorgeous wonderful daughter Samantha was bestowed that honor which I'm sure means that Samantha AND her mother pack a lot of punch in their zap. Now, enough of that. Sue L: Happy Birthday to You! I hope you get all you wish for.

Ling Ling


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Thursday, January 13, 2000

Endora: Right you are! And as for anyone who has been trying to stir Endora up, I can say that you certainly picked the WRONG time to do it! We all know there were inconsistencies in BW (Sam being unable to do anything about a spell in one episode, then being able to in another, Uncle Arthur's lineage, etc.), but the fact remains that Endora was and is very powerful and anybody would be stupid to cross her. As far as Carlotta is concerned, Endora may just have detested her and wanted nothing to do with her...witch would have been very understandable! Sam and Juke didn't like her either. And as for the Hulk... let's just say Endora could smash puny Hulk with one glance!

Endora
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Thursday, January 13, 2000

You know guys, I have been having a really terrible week, and then I come on the board and y'all are disparaging Endora. Sigh. Ok, here goes: Endora was and is a Goddess, she could have kicked Carlotta's ass and not smeared her eyeshadow, Maurice was afraid of her (See "Samantha's Good News" as well as the look on Maurice's face in "One Big Happy Family when she threatens to move back in w/him), Hepzibah and Tituba WISH they were half as awesome (if they were so powerful, why did they task Endora w/breaking up Samantha's marriage HMMM????), and that's the last I want to hear of it....I currently have PMS and if this discussion continues you will hear rolling thunder soon, followed by lightening, floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, tidal waves and tornados......

Panda
CloudNine


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Thursday, January 13, 2000

OK.....OK! I've got a question for all you grooving catz! In episode #10, How is it that Samantha was able to change Darrin from a smoldering newspaper back into his normal (used loosely) self, when Endora was the original spellcaster? It had already been established that Samantha couldn't reverse her spells: ie: episode #4. (Darrin/artichoke) I visited a website: http://members.aol.com/BewitchVic/main.html and discovered from the reviews written by a Scott V. that Endora was indeed scared of Carlotta. That is the impression the reviewer gave me. I actually cringed, too! And for the record, I'm still angry at Dingbat for prohibiting my cousin to attend my wedding!

TITUBA


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Wednesday, January 12, 2000

If there was one thing, just one thing that I would want from Samantha, it would be her confidence. BTW, I love the way Maurice enters a scene. He really showed the power of his character.

Jude


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Wednesday, January 12, 2000

Big Dave: After thinking it over, were you possibly referring to Carlotta?? I remember now she used the rolling thunder as her calling card. Thanks for the laugh!

Jude
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Wednesday, January 12, 2000

Hi All! BIG DAVE: HAHAHAHA! Endora the character doesn't scare me, but Endora, our board regular, gives me the shivers---yea, right!! LOL! No, my question really had to do with Endora's powers as a witch--how she fell in the hierarchy of witchdom. We know Samantha wasn't that powerful after being sent back in time by at least two jealous witches, not to mention spells by Uncle Arthur,etc. I know Maurice was more powerful than Endora by way of the testing of Tabitha episode when he sent Endora, Hagatha, and Enchantra to the Himalayas. I just wondering how she fell in the scheme of things in the power category.

Skip


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Wednesday, January 12, 2000

Sue L: My guess is that you turn 41 tomorrow. Of course, there's no way of verifying this because by your own admission a woman never tells her true age. So even if you say I'm not right, how do I know I'm really not? - Anyway, it doesn't matter, I'm only guessing because you suggested it. The important thing is that your birthday is happy and that it's the beginning of a great new year in your life!

Sue L.


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Wednesday, January 12, 2000

Tomorrow in TV history was the date of the birth of Tabitha (Tabatha) Stephens-1966. AND Tab was born on my birthday. I won't say how old I am. Ok guess? A woman does not tell her true age. Hint: I was a mere child when I started watching BW in 1964. Happy Birthday, Tab!

Breen from London


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Wednesday, January 12, 2000

Jude: This doesn't completely answer your question, but I have a few 'musings' on the topic, who is more powerful, Samantha or Jeannie. You might be interested in the 'Endora versus the Hulk' section. Go to www.fromlondon.freeserve.co.uk/bewlinks.html and choose the 'Who is More Powerful' site.

Big Dave


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Wednesday, January 12, 2000

Jude: I'm not sure but I think I hear the sounds of rolling thunder in the distance....

Jude
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Wednesday, January 12, 2000

Hi All! PETE: it is good to meet someone with just as much enthusiasm about BW as me. One complaint about those videos--while the episodes themselves are unedited, the theme songs for each season are not there--instead Columbia/Screen Gems uses the theme from season 1 for all of the Dick York episodes. While it is a nice rendition, it is not MY FAVORITE. That would be season 3's version followed closely by season 2's. POLL: What is your favorite version of the Bewitched theme song? About "Just One happy family"--I love it!! You really get to see everybody in top notch form especially Maurice Evans and dig Agnes' hair--she wears the curlytop hairpiece even when she's not in her flying suit(later on, that haristyle would be for flying suit appearances only, switching to a more conventional hairdo when in "mortal drag") Favorite quote: "You're getting stronger Endora." reply: "You're getting OLDER, dear!"--Priceless! BTW, just how powerful was Endora as a witch? I know that Tituba and Hezipbah(sp?) were more powerful, but was Carlotta,(Juke's mother, played by the wonderful Mercedes McCambridge)more powerful than Endora? Endora states :"Zap for Zap, she's unbeatable" and then makes a tactical withdrawal when Carlotta comes to confront Samantha. Any thoughts?

Mark


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Wednesday, January 12, 2000

Ling Ling: Thanks for your comment, you couldn't be more right! Pete: You will LOVE that episode you were taping. It is titled "Just One Happy Family", episode #10. It is one of the "classiest" episodes of Bewitched. EM looks beautiful, Agnes Moorehead shines (naturally), and Dick York and Maurice Evans are right in character. The special effects used on Darrin & Maurice are spectacular (especially for television in those days). As you know Bill Asher used real film as he did in I Love Lucy. These episodes, although filmed in glorious black in white, look so good-- the lighting, makeup, wardrobe, editing, sounds, effects etc are at its very best. But I am spoiling it for you-- enjoy this episode, which is one of my all time favorites.

PETE
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Wednesday, January 12, 2000

HELLO EVERYONE: ...Just got home from work a couple of hours ago. What a great & fun evening I had. Went on a Bewitched shopping spree. First I went to Barnes & Nobles to finally pick up KASEY ROGERS' BEWITCHED COOKBOOK (What a book, not only good recipes, but tons of original pictures from the show), then I went to buy two BEWITCHED videos "THE GENERATION ZAP" & "IT'S ALL RELATIVE" (Which cracked me up, I think this is one of SANDRA GOULD'S best performance as Mrs. Kravitz in the two part episode of Ben Franklin, /"THEY ALSO USED A CLIP FROM THIS EPISODE OF SANDRA ON THE WITNESS STAND, WHEN SHE APPEARED ON OPRAH'/ & didn't Aunt Clara look so adorable at the end of Part 2, & Sam telling the D.A. in court to hush! Very well written episode & everyone really stood out!) And the videos go for $8.99 each, but I knew the manager at the video store & got them for $6.00 each only, not a bad deal! Then it was off to The Virgn Megastore where I ended the shopping spree with making it a 100 % KRAVITZ NIGHT, by buying the videos "THE GLASS BOTTOM BOAT" with Alice Pearce & George Tobias & "THE GHOST AND MR. CHICKEN" with Sandra Gould & Dick Sargent. And by the way this was all done at midnight, one of the joys of living in NYC. I just finished watching the Bewitched videos, it's half time now, & as I sit here typing away, I have the tv on, BEWITCHED is on N@N, the tv is on mute, but I'am taping it anyway, so I'll watch it later when I go to bed. But I was just so excited, I had to get in touch with you guys, my friends away from BEWITCHED. Taking a quick peek at the tv, I see Darrin, his face all dirty, facing Maurice in front of the fire place, I also see Endora heading that way in back of Sam, OK, let me not spoil it, I'm tapng it, so I'll watch it later. (I FEEL LIKE I'M IN A CHAT ROOM, -LOL- SORRY GUYS FOR THE LONG POST,I'M JUST SO EXCITED!) Anyway, until next time, take care!

Jude
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Wednesday, January 12, 2000

Hi All! Thanks Breen for the suggestion--but I rather buy the book from a local retailer if possible--Pete, thanks for your e-mail suggestion. If Nick's contract is until 2005--they sure have a funny way of showing their affection for BW. PETE: I was not talking about SGN, but rather Screen Gems/Sony selling Bewitched as a seperate series--complete with the black and whites and fully restored, like they have done with The Partridge Family on FoxFamily--they have restored the original first season theme song and they show the Screen Gems logo at the end of the show--something we logo purists thought was gone forever(OT--we have a Closing Logo group at Yahoo! that discusses these companies logos--just go to Yahoo!Clubs and input Closing Logo Group in the search box, you will find us there!)

Sue L.


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Tuesday, January 11, 2000

I got Kasey Rogers' cookbook on Amazon.com and I have not tried out the recipes yet. I have been watching SCN episode today & Larry's hair was red! You could see the white hair though. What was the original haircolor of David White?

TITUBA


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Tuesday, January 11, 2000

Scott: I didn't catch that.

Scott from Ohio
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Tuesday, January 11, 2000

Tituba, re: Apollo 13. BW & IDOJ was playing in an interior background scene.

Ling Ling


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Tuesday, January 11, 2000

Mark: I couldn't have said it better myself! How could they do those terrible episodes with a straight face? My favorites are the originals also. Nobody can improve upon an original! Endora: Thanks for all the nice things you said about me earlier... but I WOULD like to see a film on AM's life, even though they couldn't get the original (hee hee!). The world needs educating!

Breen from London


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Tuesday, January 11, 2000

Jude: Have you thought about getting Kasey Roger's cookbook over the web? Somewhere like Amazon.com perhaps?

Big Dave


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Tuesday, January 11, 2000

I would have to say my fave Sandra Gould episode is the first one she appeared in "Endora Moves in for a Spell" followed by "Twitch or Treat" and then "Weep No More My Willow".

Mark


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Tuesday, January 11, 2000

Alice Pearce is my favorite Gladys but my vote for the best Sandra Gould's Gladys episodes are: The Safe & Sane Halloween, Weep No More My Willow, and Double Double Toil & Trouble. My favorites for Alice Pearce's episodes are endless. I also prefer Irene Vernon's Louise Tate. The reason I prefer the original performers is because they are the ones the producers/directors picked as being the character - no one else. The characters were then established based on the actors. The show was created with specific people playing the characters and the original cast was and always will be the best. Remakes and replacements never ever substitute for the original. The show was at its very best in the first 4 or 5 years, especially season one. At least it told a story rather than Darrin chasing a DoDo Bird because Samantha had stripes on her face (season 8)!!

PETE
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Tuesday, January 11, 2000

HELLO EVERYONE:... FOR RYAN:... I wasn't aware TV LAND cancelled I DREAM OF JEANNIE. It still remains on their web site. To everyone else on which is your favorite Mrs. Kravitz, Alice Pearce continues to be the winner. With Mrs. Tate, Kasey Rogers also on top. Is there any episode that you can at least consider your favorite Sandra Gould episode as Mrs. Kravitz? Thank you so much for everyone responding on all polls. Until next time, take care!

Ryan


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Tuesday, January 11, 2000

PETE: TV Land canceled IDoJ last month. Bewitched has gone from 12:30am to 8:30pm before, there is always new schedule. Bewitched's contract is up in the year 2005. Dont worry guys!

**SCH**
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Monday, January 10, 2000

JUDE: My prayers have been with you. **********Hello My Favorite Family********** I witch to include my thoughts of my favorite Gladys Kravitz. Witch would definitely be Alice Pearce. EVERYtime I watch her, I find myself laughing uncontrollably! Talent! Talent! Talent! ....................I suppose Kasey would obtain my choice of favorite Louise Tate. I enjoyed her character development of Louise. `````````````I honestly believe in EMAILING "tptb" regarding our hopes and desires of being able to watch BW in the original format in witch it aired! ~~~~~~~~~~Also, there is something to be said about BW 'popping' up in Movie of the Week, Bios, (other than BW, duh), theatre movies, & other forms of media! I don't recall anything in Apollo 13.....this requires a re-look-see! Also, wasn't aware about the Crazy in Alabama movie......thanks! (saw the reference in the DC story the other night.....amusing). ENDORA: Thank You for not failing to notice the anniversary date of PL passing. In honor of PL, I witch to Thank You from my Bottom to my Heart!

PETE
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Monday, January 10, 2000

HELLO EVERYONE:... FOR JUDE:... TV LAND is owned by VIACOM which also owns their sister channel NICK at NITE, so if they must drop BEWITCHED in order to make room for another show, why not go to TV LAND. After all I DREAM OF JEANNIE once on N@N and part of the magic hour has enjoyed a sucessful run in it's new home. And they could continue the magic hor once again. As far as the SCREENGEMS CHANNEL goes, they show BEWITCHED everyday right before JEANNIE, but their episodes are just as bad. The episodes do not air in order, they are poorly edited,(no opening credits for the writer & director are shown), and the plot line for each episode has to match the plot line for the next show of I DREAM OF JEANNIE which airs right after. I refuse to even watch BEWITCHED on their channel, that gets way too much publicity! But lets not take a chance, we have two options here. 1.) We can enjoy Bewitched on N@N while it lasts and try to tape as many episodes on our vcr's to play over & over again when one day, sadly it won't be on the air, or 2.) We can continue to flood NICK at NITE with thousads of calls, letters and E-mails insisting that "THEY KEEP BEWITCHED ON THEIR CHANNEL FOR MANY YEARS TO COME & THAT THEY DO JUSTICE TO THE SHOW BY AIRING IT IN IT'S ORIGINAL,UNEDITED VERSION!" Again everyone can click on nickatnite.com and go to [write to] which will bring you to the post master. Or yo can call viewer services at 212 258-7697 or 212 258-7500. Let the powers that be at N@N know that if they can air original, uncut episodes of I LOVE LUCY and ALL IN THE FAMILY, then they should with BEWITCHED as well. Tell them to dig up those lost openings featuring the spnsors. If we all do this, we will get what we want. Good luck!...Until next time, take care!...

Jude
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Monday, January 10, 2000

Hi All! Thanks everyone for the well wishes and prayers for my dad. About the b&w episodes on N@N--these are the prints from the 1980's from the Program Exchange while the color prints are the current syndicated package from Columbia/Sony. Remember, Bewitched is still not being sold as a complete series. What Nick at Nite has is 2 seperate syndicated packages from two different syndicators--although i suspect the balck and whites are now back under Sony, but Nick simply hasn't bought them and doesn't plan on buying them--Sorry to say but I think Nick will drop the show once the current contract expires--why bury it at 3am other than for contract burn-off. Who do you think should air Bewitched next? TV Land? TBS? or have Screen Gems syndicate as a seperate series once again(FULLY RESTORED WITH THE ORIGINAL THEME SONGS FOR EACH SEASON)? I cast my vote for Kasey Rogers--she had spunk! I wish I could get her cookbook locally--I love TV cookbooks(I've got 2 so far and want to add to my collection).

TITUBA


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Monday, January 10, 2000

Endora: If you scream "AAAABBBBBNNNNEEERRRR then I will simply turn you into a toad! Why redheads? I thought the first Mrs. Tate was beautiful but Kasey gets my vote also!

Jeff H


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Monday, January 10, 2000

Big Dave: Nick at Nite does speed up the video but better that than cutting even MORE out. I don't mind the version Nick at Nite uses either (opening credits first) because thats the way they originally re-runned on ABC's daytime line up. Its almost identical where they break for commericals etc. I also LOVE the opening-the buildings, kitchen is slightly different-so that change is nice. But I agree that it still would be better to show it as it originally aired!!!!

Ryan
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Monday, January 10, 2000

Hi everyone! I hope you all are having a wonderful New Year, Millenium, and Century! I sent out another Bewitched Newsletter out on Saturday for those of who get my newsleter. I hope you all received it okay! I put up a new Bewitched poll question at http://apps2.vantagenet.com/apolls/poll.asp?id=8117201825 its about Bewitched doing a series finale...Well, ill write later, bye!

PETE
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Monday, January 10, 2000

HELLO EVERYONE:... Well I have been very busy this afternoon, keeping up with all your responses and also writing an E-mail to NICK at NITE, insisting that they stop using their logo "PRESERVING OUR TELEVISION HERITAGE" if they refuse to air BEWITCHED in it's original broadcast version. You can help fight this very important campaign by clicking on NICKATNITE.COM and going to the Postmaster at [write us] at that sight. Also for you phone lovers you can call NICK at NITE at Viewer Services at 212 258-7697 or 212 258-7500 and either speak to a Nick at NITE employee or leave your important message on their voice mail and they will call you back. Now for BREEN from LONDON: ...I will have to review APOLLO 13 again and see what your talking about, however in the mean time, there is a cute little movie that recently came out called CRAZY IN ALABAMBA starring MELANIE GRIFFITH as a drifter in the 60's who makes her way to Hollywod and ends up with a walk on , on BEWITCHED. The scene shows her in Darrin's (Dick York) office trying to seduce him. And they really do use a scene from BEWITCHED to interact with Melanie's scene, so you really believe that Melanie Griffith actually did an episode of BEWITCHED. The movie came out in NOV., it didn't do too good at the box office, but just to catch that BEWITCHED scene in it would be worth your time. Keep in mind that the director of CRAZY IN ALABAMBA is ANTONIO BANDERAS (making his directorial debut and is married to Melanie Griffith in real life) also starred in THE MAMBO KINGS doing a similar scene where his character and ARMAND ASSANTE'S character guest star on an I LOVE LUCY episode, where they also react with the real LUCY. I guess this means Antonio learned all his english from WATCHING NICK at NITE. For ENDORA: ... You have a point there, about leaving it up to the imagination when visualizing that scene between EM & AM at Bloomingdales, BUT I STILL WANT TO RECORD IT ON VIDEO! (LOL) Finally on the two Mrs. Tates, Irene Vernon was cute and sophisticated, she did ok but Kasey Rogers made that part hers, doing more episodes and growing with her character. And how can you go wrong with Kasey, who supports all of us BEWITCHED FANS,way to go Kasey!!! And until next time, take care!...

Skip


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Monday, January 10, 2000

I agree that it would be impossible to find anyone who could do justice to either Elizabeth Montgomery or Agnes Moorehead in their portrayal of them. The reason we think this is because we have a very high opinion of Liz and Agnes. Some of us even adore them beyond reason. But the truth is, every single person on earth (or nearly every one) has been loved/adored by at least one other person, if not many. So, does that mean that no real person can ever be portrayed on film, because the actor wouldn't do him/her justice? - Don't get me wrong, I'm in no hurry to see anyone portray the 'Bewitched' actors; but, if filmmakers all adopted this point of view, a lot of really good biographical dramas would never be produced.

Big Dave


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Monday, January 10, 2000

Pete: I did think after seeing all the commercials for tv movies about the lives of 'the Partridge family' members that a movie about the behind the scenes on BW would be interesting but I know it wouldn't live up to my expectations, because as Endora said, nobody could play EM or AM. The reason I said the True Hollywood Story was a televised version of Herbie J.'s book is that everything spoken of on the program I had all ready read in 'Bewitched Forever'. What I would much rather see on t.v. is AM's biography on A&E Biography or a collection of outtakes from the show (if there are any) or more of the home movies that we saw on ET of Erin Murphy...Speaking of Erin Murphy I noticed that Tabitha Soren from MTV bears an uncanny resemblance to Erin Murphy. Anybody else think so? I also agree with Pete's suggestion of bombarding NAN telling them to start preserving our BW heritage a little better than they are. Who knows? Maybe the reason the started showing b&w again is because people wrote them....Concerning my favorite Louise it would have to be Kasey Rogers. She seemed to have a grasp of the character from the very beginning and was given more to do. I did enjoy Irene Vernon's though.

Endora
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Monday, January 10, 2000

P.S. Re the two Louise Tates...that's a hard call, but I'll give the nod to Kasey Rogers cause she's a redhead. I have a weakness for redheads as you all know.....

Endora
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Monday, January 10, 2000

Pete: Sugar lump...no, I don't want to see AM's life on film unless she plays herself. As for the scene in Bloomingdales isn't that better left to our imaginations? After all, as we visualize it, we see the actual people involved playing out the scene...isn't that better than seeing two "live action" actresses who will most likely be lame (after all no one could play EM either) feebly recreating this?

Breen from London


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Monday, January 10, 2000

I watched 'Apollo 13' on TV recently. I enjoyed it (I like Tom Hanks). At the end I was watching the credits, and it was saying 'thanks to so-and-so for the clips from the Dick Cavett show', etc. Then I saw 'Thank you to Columbia Pictures from clips from Bewitched and I Dream of Jeannie'. OMG I thought, I don't remember seeing them. Did anyone notice these clips, and what were they?

PETE
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Monday, January 10, 2000

HELLO EVERYONE!.. FOR BIG DAVE:Yes I saw the special BEWITCHED: THE E! TRUE HOLLYWOOD STORY as well as ENTERTINMENT TONIGHT: BEHIND THE SCENES OF BEWITCHED and was aware of HERBIE J. PILATO being a commentator on both shows, but those shows were not based on Mr. Pilato's books. There were so many different things said on those shows, not mentioned in Mr. Pilato's book BEWITCHED FOREVER. So my question again, would a tv biopic of BEWITCHED FOREVER make a good tv movie of the week? We can see what all the cast members and crew had to go through every week for eight years just so we could come to love and be entertained for ever from a show called BEWITCHED. As for ENDORA: Sweetheart, wouldn't you like to see your idol's life acted out on film? It would be intresting to see when Elizabeth Montgomery first notices Agness Moorehead in Bloomingdales in New York, Agness with a rather large hat on her head (made of pink tulle) "She looked like a serving of cotton candy", said Elizabeth. "I never seen anything like it." And Elizabeth asked her if she would consider doing tv series. "Probably", Moorehead replied, and "Probably not." How many Bewitched fans wouldn't die to see this acted out on film? As for the speed of which BEWITCHED is being played on at NICK at NITE, I too noticed that in the pilot episode last week, I thought it was moving to fast. And yes it is a shame that NICK at NITE puts the opening theme before the teaser( the first scene that leads to the shows theme and opening credits). And I don't think if they are already editing out scenes for commercial time, why do they need to speed up the episodes?! I say we all E-mail NICK at NITE and tell them: "THEY ARE NOT PRESERVING OUR TELEVISION HERITAGE!" And finally so far Alice Pearce seems to be the winner of the favorite Mrs. Kravitz, poor Sandra Gould! And for those of you who prefer Mrs. Tate #1 (Irene Vernon) or Mrs. Tate #2 (Kasey Rogers) who is you favorite and why? Please let us know. Until next time, take care!

Big Dave


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Monday, January 10, 2000

Pete: I don't know if you watched 'Bewitched:the E! True Hollywood Story' but it seems to me that we all decided that it was the broadcast version of Herbie J.'s book....Everyone: I just wanted to see if I'm the only one that notices this but it seems to me that Nick-at-Nite plays the b&w episodes a tad bit faster than normal speed. It sounds like everyone is speaking just a bit faster. I especially noticed this the other day when I watched "It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog". Compared to what is on the Columbia House tape with that episode it does seem a bit faster. Does anybody else notice this? And it doesn't make any sense to do it (if they do) because they still cut out a lot of scenes. I also wonder why they show the opening credits first with the b&w and not show them like they were meant to be shown with the opening tag, credits, and then the rest of the episode. The places where they break to commercial are so weird.

Endora
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Monday, January 10, 2000

Broph: NO ONE could play AM...whether they were playing her playing Endora or just plain playing HER. She was a true original and is inimitable. Everyone: Now that I'm already upset...it brings me great sadness to report that today is the 18th anniversary of Paul Lynde's death. Miss U Much Unc....

Broph
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Monday, January 10, 2000

Jude - good to hear your father is doing better. I'm sure many of us have our thoughts with your family. Endora - don't you think, though, that someone would be playing AM playing Endora? I was going to ask if you had seen RKO 281, about the making of "Citizen Kane" (or more specifically the failed fight to keep it from release), but I don't see anyone listed as playing AM in that flick. Other - how much of a difference is there between SG saying "Aaaabner, Aaaaaaabner" and Edith Bunker saying "Aaaarchie, Aaaaaaarchie"? And why did she never say "Jughead, Juuuuughead"?

Endora
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Monday, January 10, 2000

Uncle Enchantra: Yes, I've been to the site, it's one of my faves, but thanks for bringing it up again! Jude: Good news about your dad, I'm keeping him in my prayers. Tituba: Just for that remark about SG, the first thing I'm going to do when I see you in Reno is yell: "Abnah...ABBBNAH!" really really loud. Then you can pretend you don't know me, and thus become just like the rest of my friends :-) Pete: No Bewitched Forever movie, no Bewitched movie, NOTHING do you hear me NOTHING that would have anyone but AM playing Endora! I couldn't bear it.....

PETE
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Monday, January 10, 2000

HELLO EVERYONE! FOR SKIP: I also watched THE DAVID CASSIDY STORY on NBC tonight and caught that line "How very Darrin Stephens!" I got it and laughed, and so did my friend after I explained what it meant. And yes the whole fun watching that tv movie was hoping to see our favorite nieghborhood, but of course that didn't happen. However in the last tv movie, COME ON GET HAPPY: THE PARTRIDGE FAMILY STORY which aired back on Sun. Nov. 13, 1999, Samantha's old nighborhood was shown in a few scenes as well the Kravitz's home. Not to mention a quick cameo by an actress being led to a sound stage dressed as Barbara Eden in her Jeannie costume. But now that I think about it, there was some line mentioned about Bewitched in that last Partridge tv biopic. You know with these last two tv movies based on books by the shows stars and the upcoming NBC tv movie based on Barry Williams' GROWING UP BRADY, I was thinking the power WE ALL HAVE, to call, write or E-mail one of the tv networks to get HERBIE J. PILATO'S book BEWITCHED FOREVER made into a tv movie of the week. And since THE PARTRIDGE FAMIY is from the same people at Columbia/ScreenGems that also handles the rights to BEWITCHED, I don't think they would mind producing such a project. In fact I don't think they have any say in the matter, since BEWITCHED FOREVER is the propety of HERBIE J. PILATO as were those last tv biopic's being based on books by DANNY BONADUCE and David Cassidy. And if Mr. Pilato is unwilling to go foward with such an idea(which I hope he won't), there's always Kasey Roger's memoirs from her BEWITCHED Cookbook. Anyone in favor of this idea, won't you please post your comments.Until next time, take care!

Jude
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Monday, January 10, 2000

Hi All! Thanks Skip and Tituba for your thoughts and prayers! Skip: I watched the movie myself and caught the reference and said to myself, man, gotta post about that on the BW board. I thought the line was hilarious!(and after today's scare, needed to release the stress).

Skip


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Sunday, January 9, 2000

I just watched the TV-movie movie "The David Cassidy Story" hoping that I'd get a glimpse at 1164 (since the Kravitz house was used for the Partridge Family). I didn't see 1164, but there was a reference to 'Bewitched'. In one scene, a director is questioning Brian Forster's presence (he was the 2nd Chris, having replaced Jeremy Gelbwaks). Someone else answered, "Jeremy's out, Brian's in," to which the first guy responded, "How very Darrin Stephens!" Anyone else catch that? - Hey Jude, most of us have been there (unwell parents), so know that your situation is in our prayers.

TITUBA


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Sunday, January 9, 2000

Polychrome: I like Alice Pierce over Sandra. I couldn't stand that "Abner..."Aaaaabner"! Jude: glad everything is alright....and I totally agree with you about the Almighty!

Polychrome


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Sunday, January 9, 2000

Hi everybody! I'm so behind in keeping up with this board! I did want to mention that in the episode entitled "There's No Witch Like An Old Witch", Samantha does not perform one eeny, teeny bit of magic. Aunt Clara does it all! I have to vote for Alice Pearce's Mrs. Kravitz. Her characterization was so much more befuddled! I always felt Sandra Gould was too young for Abner.

Jude
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Sunday, January 9, 2000

Thanks Rod! Quick update: it wasn't a heart attack(sighs relief)--just a very bad respiratory infection. They sent him home, but we will keep an eye to see how he feels. I'll keep you updated and just continue the prayers--I know God is good all the time and all the time God is good.

Rod


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Sunday, January 9, 2000

I know how scary that can be ( my father has had angina) so I'll pray he's okay and that you will not be overwhelmed with uncertaintly! Be with God!

Jude
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Sunday, January 9, 2000

Just a quick post requesting prayer as my dad has gone into the hospital today with what they think is a heart attack. Thanks!

Jude


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Sunday, January 9, 2000


PETE
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Friday, January 7, 2000

Hello everyone: Yes, it's a shame that NICK at NITE doesn't air the episodes in story sequence. So what alot of fans can do is re-edit their episodes(for those of you who have two VCR's) and put episodes 1,2,4 and then 3 to make sense as far as sequence goes. Another poll: Those of you who prefer Mrs. Tate #1 (Irene Vernon) or Mrs. Tate #2 (Kasey Rogers) which one was better, prettier and funnier? On the subject of the upcoming Bewitched get together in Reno, a very good idea, post all the details, and see if we can get Erin Murphy, Kasey Rogers, Bernard Fox or Alice Ghostley to show up! Until next time, take care!

TITUBA


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Friday, January 7, 2000

Yes Rod: Cool....I knew Endora would figure it out!

Uncle Enchantra


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Friday, January 7, 2000

Endora; I'm posting this again, I think you missed it. You've probably been to this site, as I cannot seem to tell you anything about AM that you don't already know! This site is called, "The Church of Endora" at http://members.tripod.com/%7EDavodd/agnes_moorehead.html

Uncle Enchantra


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Friday, January 7, 2000

Just saw Alice Gohstly on Passions. She was wonderful!!!

Big Dave


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Friday, January 7, 2000

Jude: I noticed that discrepancy with the phone as well in the episode entitled "It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog" not to mention the fact that in "Mother Meets Whats-His-Name" Samantha tells Endora they haven't unpacked any of their dishes yet except for two coffee cups. There is an explanation of this discrepancy on the second page of Vic's Bewitched Page in the FAQ page...Concerning my favorite Gladys I must say that I was first introduced to the Sandra Gould version because I had only seen color episodes for most of my life. I enjoyed her interpretation but when I saw the original Gladys she became my favorite. She seems less threatening to Samantha and that she just is a big snoop rather than the later Mrs. Kravitz who seemed to always be calling the police over to 1164 Morning Glory Circle. Plus I was born on Alice Pearce's birthday (October 16) and let's face it, Libra's just make marvelous people especially those of us born on the 16th:) Speaking of the many times the police were involved with the Stephens family can you imagine the size of the Westport Police department files listed under the address of 1164 or under the name of 'Darrin Stephens'? It's got to be huge and entertaining. I'm counting the days until August 11 so I can meet my good Bewitched buds. Thanks Endora for finding out the pricing and stuff.

Rod


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Friday, January 7, 2000

Tituba: Isn't it cool? Endora: You GOT it! Anyone here want to comment on the alleged sequel 'Tabitha' starring Lisa Hartman? No doubt she was quite attractive but, speaking strictly for myself, I'd prefer that one to be best forgotten! For one thing, it didn't have EM or anyone else from the REAL BW besides Bernard Fox as Dr. Bombay!

Mark


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Friday, January 7, 2000

Jude: If you go to the Bewitched and EM site, there is a link under additional features which list original episode filming & telecast dates. I think this info is very interesting. You can sometimes understand such continuity problems.. maybe not in the episode 3 & 4 situation but maybe in others. In the early years Bewitched showed about 35-38 episodes per season and by season 8--there were only about 28 or 29. Season 5 is also interesting -- you can find out Dick York's real final episode and Dick Sargents' first.

Jude
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Friday, January 7, 2000

Hi All! To all those about Gladys: I never said one disparaging word about Sandra Gould, did I?? I simply commented on how funny Alice Pearce was in that episode. I think both have their own good qualities--Sandra was a better foil to Samantha or as Endora(Agnes) puts it "Mrs. Loudmouth", while Alice was the nuttier of the two. Now on to the latest topic:Script continuity--ever notice how episode 3 has Sam and Durwood hosting a dinner party in their new home while episode 4 shows them still without a phone connection? Hmmmmmmmm....

Endora


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Friday, January 7, 2000

P.S.S. Wayne from Ohio: Yes, I got it last night, thank you thank you thank you! Now it's your turn to watch your mailbox!

Endora
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Friday, January 7, 2000

P.S. Right after I got done posting the travel agent called me back. Her name is Barbara Tuckett, she works for GoGo Tours through Yahoo Travel Navigator and she said she has load of inexpensive packages for Reno. She also said that she is willing to work w/everyone to get them the most reasonable prices. Her number is 888.834.7586.

Endora
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Friday, January 7, 2000

This year Reno, next year Moorehead Manor (g)! Re Reno, the Atlantis hotel there is running a special, $28 a night per person double occupancy. Tituba says the Atlantis rocks! Also, I have a call in to a travel agent who says she has packages that include airfare, hotel and rental care for very reasonable rates. As soon as she and I talk I'll post the info. Uncle Enchantra: Let me tell you something about Ling Ling. Ling Ling is the second biggest AM fan on this board. She and I talk about AM every day (as well as argue about politics and correct each others spelling). Ling Ling can kick a** and not even smear her eyeliner. She's awesome, and yet another example of the fine caliber of people I have been able to meet and befriend through this board. Rod: I'm going to guess Leon? Jude: Re the Gladys Kravitz controversy, I too was partial to Sandra Gould's Gladys. Both my parents are from Brooklyn, and they talk like Abner and Gladys. Years of making fun of....I mean imitating my parents accents made it very easy for me to imitate SG's Gladys. Back in High School my friends and I found this wildly entertaining (ok, so we were easily amused) and thus I've always had a special place in my heart for SG's Gladys.

Mark


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Friday, January 7, 2000

Well if anyone hasn't read my previous posts.. Liz looks exceptionally sexy (false eyelashes and all) in these earlier episodes. That is my favorite look. I prefer Alice Pearce's Gladys Kravitz much better (so did Liz). I think she was funnier with her facial expressions and was not out to "get" Samantha as in Sandra Gould's character. Alice was more likable. As far as Agnes Moorehead goes, she is at her very best, extremely funnier than you can imagine. She had the best lines if you ask me.

PETE
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Friday, January 7, 2000

Hello everyone: For JUDE: I must disagree with you, even though Alice Pearce was the first Mrs. Kravitz, I think Sandra Gould made that part hers. Between the both of them screaming "ABNER!!!", I think Sandra's was much more funnier. As the nosey neighbor from across the street, she was very convincing. My only regret is not having the chance to meet her before her tragic death last July. If anyone else got the chance to meet her in the past, I would love to hear your story. Also while we are on the subject lets take a poll. Everyone, please post which Mrs. Kravitz you like and who was better in the role and why? Until next time, take care!

Jeff H


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Thursday, January 6, 2000

Jude: I too laughed at episode 2 the other day. I LOVE Alice Pearce. When she was running from the Stpehens house, as soon as she got on her property, her stopped, turned around, screamed some more and then ran to her door!!! It was great. And I loved her line,"I'm scared but I'm going over there anyway, something is going on and I hafta find out." She was the PERFECT Glady's Kravitz.

TITUBA


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Thursday, January 6, 2000

ooohhhh Rod...the King of all beasts!

TITUBA
tichwitch@worldnet.att.net


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Thursday, January 6, 2000

Okay everyone....Endora has been doing a little "behind the scenes" work as she puts it and she has planned for our very own informal Bewitched gathering here in Reno, August 11-14th. Hotels are very reasonable at that time and as I understand it, so are the airfaires. If anyone wants to join us then please let me know so I can arrange rooms for everyone. It is about time we got together and I am grateful to Endora for getting this up and going. Reno is a good place to visit and there is plenty to do. Lots of entertainment and great dining!

Wayne from Ohio


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Thursday, January 6, 2000

Hello Endora did the package I sent to you come yet

Wayne From Ohio
wclark2057@aol.com


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Thursday, January 6, 2000


Uncle Enchantra


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Thursday, January 6, 2000

Ling Ling; Oh! That's funny. I'd hate to really tick you off. You’re viscous! That is so funny. Endora can handle it!

Ling Ling


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Thursday, January 6, 2000

Uncle Enchantra: Endora was making fun of my spelling skills all day long when I came across her post that had a misspelling in it! Endora: Yes, I'll have the Earl Grey now with sugar cookies. There goes my diet! And what IS the secret?!

Breen from London


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Thursday, January 6, 2000

Tituba: What secret?

Uncle Enchantra


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Thursday, January 6, 2000

Tit, what's the secret? Endora, what did you do to Ling Ling to make her lash. Endora I left you a web address about a page below, did you go there already?

Rod


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Thursday, January 6, 2000

Endora: Glad you liked the tale! You're VERY close to it ( I think AM would have been QUITE proud of your insight). It's not the Latin but, rather, the Greek and Spanish version of the king of beasts ( though, I pronounce it the English way)!

Jude
jhc86@netzero.net


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Thursday, January 6, 2000

HiAll! Ever notice how those false eyelashes made Liz look really exotic and sultry? Agnes was on top of her game for the episode where Darrin and Sam go house buying--Alice Pearce was a riot! Darrin:"Hello Mother!" Gladys:"AAAAAAAAAHHHH!" Also notice that Abner suggest she take her medicine--cleary indicating that Gladys may have been a little off her rocker way before the Stephens moved into 1164 Morning Glory Circle.

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Thursday, January 6, 2000

P.S. Rod: Great story about your ancestor...would your mortal name happen to be "Leo"?

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Thursday, January 6, 2000

Ling Ling: Oh my stars and comets, your "cattitude" is showing! Perhaps some catnip tea (Earl Gray of course) with sugar cookies would help! Tituba: Me too.

Rod


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Thursday, January 6, 2000

Mark- Thanks for spurring my memories about those episodes! MirrorJanet- No, Rod is NOT short for Rodney but Rodrigo- as one of my ancestors was the 11th century Spanish epic hero called 'El Cid' [ The 'leader' in Arabic] who once turned a chestful of gold into sand to hoodwink some moneylenders before conquering Valencia from the Moors! I'll bet Uncle Arthur or even Endora might have liked that trick! Anyway his given name was Rodrigo de Vivar ( Roderick in English which meant 'fame-rule' in Old German), I thought this might make a good nom de plume for this Message Board! In any case, unlike Rodney, I would NOT have changed into a dog but ,rather, a LION (and this is the clew to my Real World moniker)!

Ling Ling


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Thursday, January 6, 2000

Tituba: what secret? That Endora doesn't know how to spell "Endorapalooza?" ("Endorapoolza" indeed!) Oh, but is that another one of your foreign words that don't count, Endora? Ohe welle... backe toe mye potatoe...

Skip


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Wednesday, January 5, 2000

Tituba: What secret? - I just watched the 1983 'Simon and Simon' episode with guest-starred Dick York. He was good. Besides that, it was neat seeing Darrin 14 years later. Has anyone ever seen the TV-movie "High School USA"? It was made for NBC, also in 1983, and York was in that as well.

TITUBA
tichwitch@worldnet.att.net


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Wednesday, January 5, 2000

Endora: alright, I have composed myself but I am sure it won't last for long!

TITUBA
tichwitch@worldnet.att.net


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Wednesday, January 5, 2000

Endora....I can't keep the secret! I am going to bust!

Uncle Enchantra


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Wednesday, January 5, 2000

Sorry the wed site address is so long, but you can just "cut & paste" it to your "GO" box.

Uncle Enchantra


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Wednesday, January 5, 2000

Endora; You've probably been to this site, as I cannot seem to tell you anything about AM that you don't already know! This site is called, "The Church of Endora" at http://members.tripod.com/%7EDavodd/agnes_moorehead.html HI EVERYONE!!!!!

Sue L.


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Wednesday, January 5, 2000

We have SGN! Yeah! BW & IDOJ! Yeah! I know Sam promised to love, honor, obey & no witchcraft. So I think she gets Darrin's permission once to really use it. Sam tries though not to use witchcraft. She has to use witchcraft to contact Endora or is it telepathy?

Wayne from Ohio
Wclark2057@aol.com


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Wednesday, January 5, 2000

Hi everyone it been a long been a long time But hay I'm still around some Endora I was wondering if you got a package from me yet Scott gave me your address and all I had ordered something from Yahoo auctions and it wasnn't what I was looking for so I ask Scott if you would like it and he said he thought you would so I mail it to you Monday night I hope it doesn't get lost in the mail like other thing around here do Oh Well Hello again everyone and I'll be around again someother time so keep it clean and happy I hope eveyone has a good day and see you later BYE Wayne

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Wednesday, January 5, 2000

Henry: Don't push it. Everyone: My trip to Ohio this year (aka "The Endorapoolza"....thank you Scott from Ohio), will be from April 29 through May 2, and yes, there will be a pilgrimage to AM's grave in Dayton, so if there's anything you'd like to give or express, please let me know and I'll be happy to carry it to her along with all our love and respect. If to do this you need my snail mail address, feel free to email me. April 29 and 30th I will be in New Concord (or "New Concorde" as Ling Ling calls it), hopefully able to access the Muskingum College library for info about her (she attended school there and the college itself was founded by an uncle) and even more hopefully getting a tour of Moorehead Manor (pray like you've never prayed before!). I will forward any pictures I'm able to take to Broph so he can share them. There is supposed to be a lovely portrait of AM somewhere in one of the buildings at Muskingum, first goal is to track it down, second goal is to figure out a way to get it back to Katy w/o being arrested....just kidding....not only is stealing wrong but, and far more importantly, AM definitely would NOT approve!

MirrorJanet
JanetFromAnotherPlanet


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Wednesday, January 5, 2000

Sounds as though RODNEY is up to his tricks, again! RODNEY, the name of the pesty warlock (meager powers and all) that turned himself into a dog, wanting to split Darwood and Samantha's union, failed, as we all know.......'cept for the part where Samantha does zap up the H2O at the very end.......but, RODNEY didn't get to see that, as he had already been 'removed', the pest!

Mark


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Wednesday, January 5, 2000

.....Another episode I think where Sam did not use witchcraft at all might me #18, The Cat's Meow. I particularly don't like this one too much, even though it is from season one. While we are on this subject, can anybody think of an episode where sam uses the most magic? There are so many I'm sure but one that stands out is from season 8, I don't remember the title, it is the one with Batman's Catwomen which is a remake of the Miss Jasmine episode from season one. Only in the season 8 one, Endora is involved in the hocus pocus.

Mark


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Wednesday, January 5, 2000

Rod: One episode where Samantha tries to keep her promise regarding no witchcraft comes to mind is from season#2, episode 70, titled "Man's Best Friend". This one in particular also stars a very young Richard Dreyfus. Darrin congratulates Samantha because it has been one month since she hasn't used any witchcraft. Samantha does not use any witchcraft in this episode at all--except for the very end, when Darrin is choking on an alchoholic drink and calls out to Sam for some water and she zaps up a glass and he says, Oh Sam, you broke your promise and Sam replies "Well, maybe next month" or something like that.

Rod


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Wednesday, January 5, 2000

I recently saw the episode in which young Adam's powers were tested and he showed he had some potential . An odd episode in that Endora didn't pick up on Maurice giving Adam that 'boost' during the earlier testing ( as she had Sam when they tested Aunt Clara) and, oddly enough, Tabitha was nowhere to be found or even mentioned. Appearantly his powers were stunted because he was afraid of Durwood losing his temper over using them so this got to wondering that, since Sam HAD promised him to 'love, honor and no withcraft' and she DID try to do that, WAS there any episode in the eight years depicted in which Sam managed not to do ANY witchcraft whatsoever? I'm interested in the replies and thank you experts in advance!

**SCH**
uh......what?


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Wednesday, January 5, 2000

"change choose"? "change choose"? Methinks 'Dear ole Dad' is up to his tricks again, and not taking kindly to my "postings". Wonder whatevah will be in the future???

**SCH**
same as it always was


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Wednesday, January 5, 2000

OH! I've added some "links" to our webpage......just in case you have forgotten their URL's. You can pop over to our webpage by chanting the following: www.homestead.com/dougandscott/index.html ~~~~~~~ then just "mouse" over the 'links' and you change choose witch site you witch to visit!

**SCH**
rangerz@otbnet.com


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Wednesday, January 5, 2000

Hello everyone! Witches for a Happy New Year, once again, to everyone! .....regarding the appearance of Alice Ghostley on the NBC soap opera, Passsions, I can only say that it was in print in both the TV Guide and the Soap Opera Digest that Alice Ghostley would, indeed, be appearing on the soap, on Jan. 4th. OK! Now, I know that the same thing happened with Dr. Bombay appearing on Passions........the "mags" mentioned above, quoted Dr. Bombay to be appearing on such and such a date, only to find out that he didn't appear on the show until 3 days later! >> .....Natch, I am going to guess that 'Dear ole Dad' is up to his 'tricks' again, moving the appearance of "Matilda" (Alice Ghostley) on Passions, just because he enjoys being the King of Pranks! Well.......you HAVE to admit it.......he is GOOD at what he does, that's for sure!!!! I'll never cease to recall at the Halloween party Auntie Endora gave at Samantha & Darrins eons ago, and .........uh.....well, we won't go there. Better leave well enough alone.....being a new century and all. Nevertheless, please continue to look for Alice Ghostley to appear on Passions very soon! I am recording the show until she "pops in"! It shouldn't be too much longer, as you all know, 'Dad' tires easily of the same old pranks.....right, Auntie Endora?

Jude
jhc86@netzero.net


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Tuesday, January 4, 2000

Hi All! Big Dave: Hey, that's a good idea for a finale as well. I don't think the writers actually intended to end the show with "The truth.." since ABC really wanted to renew the series for another 3 seasons(according to Herbie J. Pilato's Bewitched Forever)and ABC still had not develop into a major league network--Bewitched was still its ace in the deck, despite facing killer competition opposite All in the Family. But Liz was tired and it was evident she wasn't up to facing 3 more seasons of what had become a very mediocre and routine sitcom. Can you imagine what those 3 additional seasons would have been like: more tired remakes of classic earlier Dick York episodes, not to mention Agnes' death in 1974 would have caused a major disruption to the storyline. The only positive thing maybe would have been the development of Adam into a real character and seeing Tabitha getting more storylines...but we'll never know and maybe that is for the better. :)

Big Dave


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Tuesday, January 4, 2000

Hi all! I just wanted to post really quick while I have some time. I was reading in the earlier posts about a series finale that should've been. I think those ideas were good. My idea would be that it turns out that Endora and the Witches Council planned Samantha's meeting with Durwood knowing that Samantha was into the mortal scene and they wanted to show her what a yutz a mortal love would be but Samantha really fell in love with him which was not expected. So the whole eight years was Endora trying to break it up at the bidding of the Council. The Council requests the presence of Durwood and Sam and through a series of flashbacks they show why their marriage should remain. Of course they would showcase all the great moments from the series. It would've been much better than 'The Truth, Nothing but the Truth, so Help Me Sam'. I'm also excited about the b&w episodes on Nick-at-Nite....and thank-you to all who wished a happy new millenium and may everyone's be a happy one, too.

Breen from London


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Tuesday, January 4, 2000

Kristal: You are right, Elizabeth absolutely RULED!!!!!!! By the way, you can find some Bewitched sites via www.fromlondon.freeserve.co.uk/bewlinks.html (it's my site so this is free advertising!)

Kristal Khild


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Tuesday, January 4, 2000

Hi Bewitch fans, this is my first time posting here :o). I was only going to browse the Bewitch sites because I'm testing my Bewitch trivia. I wasn't going to post but I read the article where someone wants to make a Bewitch movie. Whether it is on the silver screen or television I am totally against it. I love Bewitch. I have watched it every since I was a little, and I continue to watch it everyday thanks to Nick at Nite. Anyway, the creative force that made Bewitch a classic is not present to make any Bewitch movie a success. I just know that some writer/producer/director or whatever would just mess over my favorite classic show. I'm happy with watching the series on TV. Also, who could play Samantha but Elizabeth Montgomery? No one. JMHO :o), take care.

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Monday, January 3, 2000

Happy New Year to all! So far only minor Y2K glitches, thank goodness! Things are busy at work, but did just want to drop by and say "hello". BTW, "The Glass Bottom Boat" was released in 1966.

Jeff H


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Monday, January 3, 2000

Pete: THANKS for the important update! I'll set my VCR. Skip: When was the Glass Bottom Boat movie made? I'm wondering if their appearance in that movie inspired someone to use them as regulars in Bewitched! Does anyone know???? HAPPY NEW YEAR everyone. I'm sure glad nick at night is starting over with the black & white episodes.

PETE
PANOCERES@WEBTV.NET


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Monday, January 3, 2000

Hey all you Darrin:1 fans out there! Don't forget to tune into SIMON & SIMON on A&E channel on WED.JAN 5, 2000 6:00 AM EST. For the episode "TOO MUCH OF A GOOD THING" Guest starring the one and only Dick York in his final TV performance before his death. For those of you in other parts of the witch world please check your TV Guide or daily newspaper for local listings on when SIMON & SIMON airs on WED. JAN 5, in your city.

Polychrome


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Monday, January 3, 2000

Hi everybody, Happy New Year,too! Can anyone tell me if the Siamese cat that appeared in some of the early episodes was EM's own cat Zip Zip? That cat seemed to be very comfortable with her and I was just wondering if it was hers.

Mark


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Monday, January 3, 2000

Everyone: The Bewitched and Elizabeth Montgomey site has some updates. Endora: there is a picture of AM under icon #2. Vic's Page has no updates as of today. He has emailed me a while ago saying that new reviews were on the way. Vic must be super busy.

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Monday, January 3, 2000

Here it is the 21st century and AM is still a Goddess! And Arthur is still a fool...and Derwood is still...well maybe I'd better not go there....Happy New Year everyone!

Mark


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Monday, January 3, 2000

Hello everyone!! I hope everyone had a great New Years. Thank you to all that have wished me a Happy New Years also. The people on this page are great. I hope that Bewitched stays as strong in this century as it did in the last one. The interest Bewitched just keeps getting bigger & better. Hope everyone has a good day.

PETE
PANOCERES@WEBTV.NET


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Monday, January 3, 2000

Looking for candid photos taken in the last few years of Sandra Gould, Kasey Rogers, Erin Murphy, Bernhard Fox and Dick Sargent. Does anyone have any photos of them all together at some past collectibles show? Or at least some of them together in candid photos that you have personally taken of them in the past? Also looking for color fan cards with facsimile autographs of the cast, that were mailed to fans who wrote to ABC for an autograph back in the 60's. And last but not least, looking for color photo of Sandra Gould as Mrs. Kravitz, autographed personally by her.(Possibly at a past collector's show). If anyone has any of these items, looking to sell or trade please contact me! Thanks!

Esmerelda


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Sunday, January 2, 2000

Well, Bewitched is more fansty than anything. Witchcraft to them (Sam & Endora) is a way of life. Plus, Bewitched isn't all fansty and witchcraft, I think Bewitched is about a couple trying to overcome problems and enjoy life, and the witchcraft is an added bonus. Charmed, sort of Bewitched, except the witchcraft things are more relisitic. The sisters are trying to overcome their problems as sisters and trying to live their lives. But they are always trying to kill demons. Sabrina - well thats PURE fanasty. Thats really dosen't have a moral. But Anyway, WB or ABC can keep thinking up IDEAS but none will ever conquer BEWITCHED

Skip


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Sunday, January 2, 2000

I watched a Doris Day movie yesterday called "The Glass Bottom Boat" in which she played, get this, a NASA employee called Jenny Nelson (subtle, huh?!) It was a pretty mediocre '60s comedy, distinguished by the fact that the supporting cast was a who's who of people who had already, or would soon, appear on 'Bewitched'. There was for example, John McGiver (Bernard Bobbins, of "Bobbins' buttery bonbons" fame); Edward Andrews (the dog-obsessed client who grappled with Ashley the dog in a 7th-season episode); Paul Lynde (who sported drag and an Endora-ish wig in one scene); and of course, Alice Pearce as a hysterical neighbour and George Tobias as her long-suffering husband. Basically, they were playing Gladys and Abner, though they called themselves Mabel and Herman. The funny thing is, it was MGM who made this film, and not Columbia (Screen Gems' parent company). It's probably the only opportunity to see Pearce & Tobias playing Kravitz-type characters in colour. It's a curiosity for 'Bewitched' fans.

Skip


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Sunday, January 2, 2000


Jude
jhc86@netzero.net


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Sunday, January 2, 2000

Hi All! and a very happy new year to everyone here on the board! Thanks for the well wishes in return. Skip and Princess: Thanks for the compliments--I did take creative writing in college and have written several one act plays and a few short stories, but I have never really done it professionally(cause I like to eat and drink on a DAILY basis--LOL!). Esmerelda: I have to say I don't think Sabrina or Charmed are in the same league as BW--they tend to dwell on the darker version of witchcraft, esp. Charmed. I think the witchcraft on BW has nothing to do with the witchcraft portrayed on these two series.

Esmerelda - Partying Witch


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Saturday, January 1, 2000

Well Happy New Year to ALL!! I would individually name you all but there is so many!!!! I hope that all your resolutions come true!!!! Well I too have been thinking and I don't know how ABC or William Asher or Liz for that matter let Bewitched to go in for 3 season with Dick York!! There is a couple good thing about those 3 seasons. We Ses more of our fave people. Erin Murphy becomes a great little actress. We see more Tabatha and her powers. It was disappointment not to see more of Adam. Bewitched The Next Generation: if we ever get Bewitched on the air again with a new plots and stuff. I recommend that they use CGI imagery so we can have all of the cast back !!! together!!!! They wouldn't do it though. Plus there is too many witch shows like Sabrina and my fave Charmed!!!!! -----------{{@ MERRY MILLENUIM AND ALL!!!!

Scott from Ohio


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Saturday, January 1, 2000

Best Wishes to all in the New Year. I have to admit that watching the tens of thousands of people celebrating and cheering and fireworks against the dark skies during the Millenial Middle Eastern and European time zones gave me an eerie feeling. ABC (who brought us Bewitched) did a great job with their coverage.

The Princess
myladybug@prodigy.net


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Saturday, January 1, 2000

I wanted to post to everyone individually but I just knew that I would accidentally leave someone off and hurt some feelings so let me just say this: Broph: Thank you for all you do for us. I'm so thankful for you and for this message board. This is a great group of people (not a bad apple in the whole bunch!) you have here and they wouldn't all keep coming back if they didn't like the way you run things around here, so my hat's off to you! And to everyone.........Happy New Year!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jenny


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Friday, December 31, 1999

Princess [how are you girlfriend], Jeff, Eric, Skip, Endora, Tituba, Breen, Broph, Ashmont, Vic, Scott and to everybody here: Here's to a great'2000' and may you ALL find *magic* and happiness in your lives. God bless and may the upcoming Millenium be the best ever for you! HAPPY NEW YEAR !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Friday, December 31, 1999

My stars and comets! Happy New Year to AM, EM, DY, DW, ME, ML, AP, SG, GT, PL, DS, IV, MA, the two Franks, and all the assorted clients and others, who are experiencing the Millennium from "the best seats in the house". Personally I hope AM is sitting on my roof to bring in the New Year here, since my neighbors tend to get a little happy (and careless) w/their fireworks, "witch" have been going off since early this morning. Apparently the New Year an hour celebration has reached the confines of Katy....at least as far as pyrotechnics are concerned! Breen, I hope you're safe and warm in your hotel room and not stuck working. Kat, Skip, Tituba, Princess, SCH, Scott from Ohio (who is stuck working and therefore can't bring in the New Year at Moorehead Manor...oh yea, and then there is that law against trespassing thing too), Wayne, Sue L, Sam R, Fairy Godmother, Jeff H, Big Dave and Heather Ann, Broph, Ashmont, MacBeth, Lucy, Jude, Mark, Vic, Scott TBW Critic, Chipper, Edwinia, Polychrome, TVNutt, Larry Tate, and anyone else I may have overlooked or failed to mention. May the upcoming Millenium be the best you've ever had!

TITUBA


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Friday, December 31, 1999

Hello All:.....ahem...."friends may come and friends may go...some said this board wouldn't last......to my own eyes I've seen it grow....with just a few of us left from the past....there's Skip with his info, and Endora with her Goddess, **SCH** with his wit and charm...Mark pops in to say "hey" from time to time...let's not forget Edwina and Sue and all the others just to name a few and btw, Princess, where are you?....there's Jude and Esmerelda, and we can't forget Broph, and Big Dave, we love your posts! So fly on the wind, and wave at the stars and remember who you are.......Happy New Year!

Sue L.


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Friday, December 31, 1999

Happy New Year to everyone on this board! We have the computer working. And I bought 3 jugs of water today. the phone was shorted out somewhere. How weird. Well, I hope everything is up & running tomorrow. You know that the 8 yrs of BW could have been a dream and Sam wakes up with DY in bed & says I had the weirdedst dream. I dreamed that you were a different person. AND that our house had changed.

Edwina
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Friday, December 31, 1999

Hi All!!!! It is after midnight in Israel and Paris & they still have electricity and computer connections hmmmmm.... Happy New Year Israel & Paris....and not in any particular order here either (Great idea Skip).....Bill Asher; Sam R, Fairy Godmother; Jeff H, Polychrome, Mark, Tituba, Endora, Breen from London, Breen from anywhere else too!(okay silly....) Scott from Ohio, Scott from anywhere else... Brophy, Mark, *SCH Doug*, Big Dave, Ling Ling, Sue L, ~Melanie~, Esmeralda, Larry Tate, Ashmont, Also, Scott Viets, Vic, Wendy, & all the cast and crew of Bewitched everywhere; & to those near and far... All the best and the Happiest of New Year!!! and Wonderful blessings for the next 1000 years... trust me when I tell you that the time really flies when you are having fun.... God Speed... (BFE)

The Princess
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Friday, December 31, 1999

Hello Everyone! I've been watching a "Twilight Zone" marathon on the Sci-fi channel all day. I saw one with DY earlier but haven't seen AM or EM yet. I hope I didn't miss them! Jude: I think you'd be a great script writer. That's a good idea. Skip: A very happy and safe new year to you as well! Breen: Just a little over an hour and it will be the new year for you. I'll be waiting for your "thumbs up" so I'll know everything is okay there!

Skip


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Friday, December 31, 1999

Excellent plot line, Jude! (Although, it initially reminded me of the episode where Sam, Tabitha, Serena & Uncle Arthur lost their powers, but your idea is furth developed!) - Of course it would have had to be a 60- (or better still) 90-minute special, which brought back all of the original guest stars who played the witchly relations. I think even Ticheba and Hepzibah should be a part of this. One of my fantasy 'Bewitched' endings is borrowed from the 'Newhart' finale. We could have Liz in bed with Dick York, and she could be waking up telling him the Dick Sargent years were a nightmare! - Happy New Year, Jude! ditto to my other virtual friends here (in no particular order)... Jeff H, Polychrome, Mark, Endora, Breen from London, Scott from Ohio, Broph, Mark, SCH, Tituba, Big Dave, Ling Ling, SueL, Princess, Edwina, Esmeralda, Larry Tate, Ashmont (wherever you are), and of course Rupert! Also, Scott Viets, Vic, Wendy, and most especially...anyone whose name I've forgotten. Happy 2000!

Jude
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Friday, December 31, 1999

Hi all! My favorite fantasy ending for BW has all the witches and warlocks mysteriously losing their powers and trying to adjust their lives as now mortals; then an ancient text is found on how to restore their powers stating " a female and male offspring of a witch and mortal heritage shall join their hands under the full moon and enchant three times "let all goodness be restored and embraced" ". As a result, all of those who had opposed Sam and Darrin's marriage realize that it was meant to be all along. Endora, now slightly red faced, states to Darrin "I slightly regret my transgressions of the past nine years including calling you every thing but Darrin" to which Darrin goes "Apology accepted, Mom!" and kisses Endora on the cheek. Sam looks to the camera and says "and if you believe this, you're Bewitched!" She snaps her fingers and the screen fades to the credits. So what do you think?

Mark


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Friday, December 31, 1999

Wanted to wish everyone on this board a Happy New Year and a Happy and Safe and Sane Millenium! Glad to see the Black & Whites of Bewitched are back on N@N. Liz looked the most beautiful in those early episodes. The acting is supurb and fresh from all the other actors, also.

Endora
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Friday, December 31, 1999

Big Dave: And where is AM on this list? At number one I would hope! In fact, as far as I'm concerned AM should be all 2000 of those "best things!"

**SCH**
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Friday, December 31, 1999

Esmerelda: Passions is a soap opera on NBC. Check your local listings for times, although it is usually on 1pm (central time). Don't forget to set those VCR's to tape Alice Ghostley on Passions, OK? Oh, and for those who want to, visit our website before everything "blows", feel free! http://DougandScott.homestead.com/index.html Happy New Year, everyone!

Esmerelda


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Thursday, December 30, 1999

What is Passions??? NEW TOPIC: The Perfect Ending Does everybody remebr the ending to Mary Tyler Moore Show, remeber Rhoda adn Phyllis came back and the new people take over WJM. Mary is fired and so is the rest except TED. Well I wish Bewitched had an ending instead of The Truth And Truth, so help me Sam. They could have had the guests like Serena and such come to finally like Darrin or Soemthing. I will be beack with other suggestions!!!

Big Dave


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Thursday, December 30, 1999

One more things before I leave...on nick-at-nite.com in the tv land area there is a list of the 2000 best things about t.v. Included is everything from re-runs, to people, to specific episodes. I only got through the top 300, skimming of course, but BW came in at 77, the birth of Tabatha came in at 145 and Paul Lynde came in at 231....

Big Dave


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Thursday, December 30, 1999

Just wanted to wish everyone a safe and HAPPY NEW MILLENIUM!!! I probably won't be able to post for a couple days and who knows? maybe none of us will if the 'expected' computer blow-up happens tomorrow night:) I also wanted to say that I believe BEWITCHED would've probably had another season if they York-Pearce-Lorne had stayed around.

Breen from London


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Thursday, December 30, 1999

To All: I won't get a chance to post tomorrow night, so before all the computers in the world stop, I'd like to wish everyone a Happy New Year.../...Jeff H: That's so funny. I loved 'Married with Children' and Bundy is surely the worst father ever!.../...In defence of Sargeant etc., can I say I think it's always difficult to follow in someone else's footsteps. If Sargeant had played Darrin from the start, and York had taken his place during those last years (especially since people feel the script and stars were suffering a bit), then I'm sure the opinion of a lot of people as to who was the best would be reversed.

Sue L.


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Thursday, December 30, 1999

I also noticed a difference by Season 8. Liz really looks tired. The chemistry is really there between her & DY. I see it more with Alice Pearce than Sandra Gould. Maybe I am wrong. She had a bond with AM & Paul Lynde. AND of course EM! Does DS seem to be bonding with Tabitha or is DY? Would they have done another season and would it have been centering on Adam's powers? What could they have the storyline on?

Endora
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Thursday, December 30, 1999

Jude: I'm just as furious w/Screen Gems! As of next week they are showing Bewitched at 5 p.m. instead of at 8! Granted the Screen Gems shows are so sliced up as to be barely recognizable, but still, being able to watch BW at 8 p.m. was nice. Now I'm back to taping, which is one extra thing for me to do at night. All I know is if I ran the world things would be different. For instance, all cable channels would show all AM, all the time...complete and uncut too! And the world would be a better place for it (smile).

Jude
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Thursday, December 30, 1999

Hi All! My internet connection has been very slow these past few days so i haven't been able to come by. It would have been wonderful if Alice Pearce had survived cancer and continued on the show--her Gladys is a sweet befuddled character, genuinely trying to be a friend to Samantha despite her curiosity. Dick York had stated that if the producers had only let him have time to properly recuperate from his back problems, he felt he could have continued the rest of the run. Had the series stopped at season 5--it would have went out while it was still a highly rated top notch series. It is interesting to see what would have happened had Dick Sargent, the producers'original choice for Darrin, been available for the part. Do you think the series would have had the same chemistry? I'm furious at N@N for pushing BW into the wee hours, but the ole VCR will be going as i can't wait to watch the good old b/w classic episodes again. BTW, the second run of Brady is just a warm up spot for The Beverly Hillbillies. OT--I can't wait for TV Land to rerun the b/w episodes of Petticoat Junction--which have NEVER been syndicated. So what a treat!

Mark


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Thursday, December 30, 1999

Esmerelda: I agree with your comments 100%. I got bored after season 5 and season 6 and some of 7 is not so bad, mainly because of Liz's bubbly and happy performance, but season 8- UGH!. I sometimes wonder how Bewitched would have been if Lorne-Pearce-York would have been included up to the very end. The show would have been much much better I'm sure. Those 3 actors added so much more talent than their replacements. I even liked the old Louise Tate better- I liked her comebacks to Larry and she had a sort of "dry" humor. And Skip, I also wish BW would have ended off on a high note- I think it would of if York-Pearce-Lorne were there. Liz seemed happier working with them. I know she adored Marion Lorne, mentioned she preferred Pearce's Gladys Kravitz, and assume she preferred Dick York- but she would never admit that (it would be totally unprofessional of her to do so). I really think it was mean of her attitute though. She acted like she HATED to be there- wasn't she worried that other producers were watching her performance at those times?? I wonder about that sometimes. The season 8 scripts were weak (Samantha's Witchcraft Blows A Fuse)& childlike (Hansel & Gretal in Samanthaland), from remakes to bad acting. The only one who remained the same (but a bit tired looking) in her acting was Agnes Moorehead. She was always wonderful and funny and to me one of the greatest actresses this century. AM & EM had some sort of bond and enjoyed working with each other- you can see it in their scenes together.

**SCH**


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Thursday, December 30, 1999

Hello, everyone! Just popped in to remind everyone that ALICE GHOSTLEY will be going the soap opera, Passions, on NBC, on January 4, 2000! She will be cast as one of Tabitha's witchy friends, named "Matilda". (I am guessing everyone read the article in the TV Guide regarding this, as well in the Soap Opera Digest) Passions wanted Alice Ghostley's "Esmerelda", but after Sony's already generousity of 'giving' of Dr. Bombay, they drew the line and said "NO, Esmerelda".....change the name!" Nevertheless, Alice will be returning to the small screen!!!!

Esmerelda
Yoo Hoo


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Thursday, December 30, 1999

Merry Christmas and Merry Millenuim To ALL. I hope everyone had a great Christmas and is looking forward to the new year. Just joining the converstation. My view on the eight series with Dick York, Alice Pearce and Marion Lorne, probably made the series a greater success. It may because of them made the series stay on the air for another year. It would have been better If Dick York, Marion Lorne and Alice Pearce, stayed on throught the years because their were some great storylines, that seemed funny but lacked that goofy talent of Dick York and Marion Lorne. Alice Pearces Gladys Kravitz had that tone of a nosy nextdoor neighbour!! If they had stayed Bewitched would have probably continued. In my opinion, after the 5th season, some story lines seemed the same and quite boring. But it continued with the likes of Liz and Agnes. Anyone Object to these opinions???

Skip


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Wednesday, December 29, 1999

Big Dave: I don't know where Patterson is, but it is mentioned as the location of Hinkley's Department Store, where Samantha, Endora, Tabitha and Cousin Henry went shopping. Patterson is also mentioned as the city where the Stephenses live in Mark Bennett's book "TV Sets". Of course you and I know that is patently false; they lived in Westport, Connecticut. - Jeff H: I often think it's kind of a shame that 'Bewitched' didn't end on a high note, like, for example, 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show'. But the difference there is that with Mary's show, there was a commitment to excellence right to the end; unfortunately with 'Bewitched' in the last season, almost no one wanted to be there, and they were just putting in time. But I often wonder how the actors you mentioned -- York, Pearce, Lorne -- would have affected the show in its last years. - I was looking through Vic's page tonight, and I decided to look at his guest book. I saw a message from Herbie J Pilato, 'Bewitched Forever' author, who said a few nice things about Elizabeth Montgomery, and who also said there will be an updated version of the 'Bewitched Book' for 2000. I wish he'd said he was publishing the biography of Liz that he said a year or two ago that he was working on.

Jeff H


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Wednesday, December 29, 1999

Last night on a Phoenix Radio Talk show, they had a call-in to determine the Best TV show of the century. Bewitched made the list, but the Andy Griffith Show came out the winner. It was brought out that shows like Bewitched and Andy Griffith started out great, but the lost so many talented actors and actresses along the way, that the shows fizzled in the end. That thought made me think what Bewitched would have been like, had Alice Pearce, Marion Lorne, Dick York had been part of Bewitched's eighth season. What do you think the 8th season would have been like with them?? An interesting thought, huh!!!!

Jeff H


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Wednesday, December 29, 1999

Breen and others: As a clarification, the ariticle from Sunday's paper is a excerpt originally from the Los Angeles Times, but it made this article. It's trying to pick the best and worst of everything. Under the Best TV Dad section, Jed Clampett, Darrin Stephens, Ward Clever and Heathcliff Huxtable made the top of the list for the Best TV Dad. Its not really based on their fatherly wisdom or love, but how much money they make, prestige in their profession,etc. Incidently, the bottom of the list was Al Bundy (Married With Children) . . .as a shoe salesman he only makes $15,748- who wants a dad with an income like that??!!!!

fan


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Wednesday, December 29, 1999

I like the original Darren the best.

Breen from London


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Wednesday, December 29, 1999

Jeff H: You said 'Jed Clampett of the Beverly Hillbillies, who earns about 1.75 million a year . . . Darrin Stephens of Bewitched, $45,000 as an ad executive'. I presume that's the 'interest' that Jed earns each year on his fortune? But are you saying Darrin was the second richest? What about Tony, married to Jeannie? He was a top astronaut and went to the Moon. Even on basic salary he must have earned more than Darrin? And I know that astronauts earn a lot from booksales, endoresements etc, once they retire from Nasa (which admitedly Tony never did, and so was not allowed to endorse products.)

Big Dave


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Wednesday, December 29, 1999

There is a new book out called somethings like "How to live a Sitcom Life". At the end there is an address book of famous sitcom people like Edith and Archie Bunker, Mike Brady, etc. It also gives about two pages to each person talking about them with one page just being a picture of that person. In it are included Endora whom they list her address as bi-coastal and Samantha as living at 1164 Morning Glory Circle, Patterson NY. I thought Samantha and Durweed lived in Westport CT. Is Patterson very close to Westport?




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Tuesday, December 28, 1999


Big Dave


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Tuesday, December 28, 1999

Well, long time no see, everyone. I hope one and all had a very merry CHRISTmas!! I did! I love CHRISTmas time because I like all the lights and decorating the house with my wonderful Disney ornaments and statues and things but most importantly it's a time to reflect on the great things our Savior did for us. Everytime I hear Christmas carols such as 'O Holy Night', 'Silent Night' or 'Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring' I get all emotional thinking that 'God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.'... I'm glad to see so many people on here bearing witness of their love of Jesus Christ. What an appropriate thing to do not only at this time of year but all the time....I saw that little article about Darrin being on of the best t.v. dads. I also saw that Nick-at-Nite is moving BW an hour later in the morning and showing TWO episodes of 'Brady Bunch' when one of those early time slots could be used for BW. I'm a little offended at them but I'll still record BW. I hope everyone has a good New Years this week and keep yourselves safe!

Breen from London


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Tuesday, December 28, 1999

Broph: Sorry to hear you've had the flu. So many people have caught it. At least, now you're over it you'll be okay during the New Year, which is good.

Mark


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Tuesday, December 28, 1999

Jeff H: I saw the article too! I thought it was cool to have my favorite Darrin mentioned (including a picture too). Glad to see Bewitched made the list somehow. N@N is not showing it at all this week during prime time. They are doing a countdown.

Endora
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Tuesday, December 28, 1999

They were talking about Eleanor Roosevelt on the radio this morning and they played one of her addresses. Why is this significant? Because Eleanor Roosevelt had a rather interesting voice, and when she was being imitated on radio news shows like "March of Time" people would, in the words of AM "lampoon" her. Finally, tired of this, ER refused to have anyone else imitate her. Enter AM. Since ER was in the news so much at that time it was impossible for them to ignore her. As a compromise they had several radio actresses audition for the first lady and she choose AM (showing excellent taste, no wonder ER is a legend). So from that point on, only AM could appear on the radio as Eleanor Roosevelt. Ever since I heard this story I had wondered what ER sounded like, and now I know...BTW, when I first heard the ER piece I thought for some reason they were playing a tape of AM imitating her for "March of Time"....then they announced that no, it was actually ER!

Ryan


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Tuesday, December 28, 1999

JEFF H: I have the article around here somewhere...let me find it, let me read it, and then i'll post a good ole' opinion of mine!

Edwina
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Monday, December 27, 1999

Brophy: So sorry to hear that you were feeling under the weather 3 1/2 days is tooooo long hope you rested.... Glad you are up and about now. You must remember not to over do.....love all the hoopla surrounding this virus situation... (NOT!) A couple of weeks ago at work all servers were shut down we were infiltrated (almost spy stuff... with a malicious virus) it was all over the news....so anyone attempting to venture outside the firewall is risking a whole lot of unnecessary roughness....I don't even peek anymore..... As I said before glad you are up and about... be sure not to over do.... we will ALL be watching you.... take care of our Brophy please.... Jeff H: Wish I could get Parade in my Sunday paper.... then I could read first hand all about what you told us...Thank you for the words..... (BFE)

Broph
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Monday, December 27, 1999

I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas (if you so chose to celebrate the holiday). Unfortunately, I was sick in bed for 3 1/2 days, so I didn't get to enjoy too much of it. I'm 2/3 recovered - just in time for Y2K preparations! While I did promise to work "late" on New Year's Eve, I will not be working late the rest of this week - the Fleet Center is hosting "Toy Story on Ice" - I can't go through that train ride again this week. At least there was a Bewitched reference to tide me over - reading "Microserfs" by Douglas Coupland - the "narrator" of the story imagines that while walking alone in his California neighborhood he's in the land of Bewitched and imagines seeing Larry Tate driving his mattress-like car up the street. Hope I haven't missed too much in the last few days - I'm not even supposed to log in at work "NO OUTSIDE WEB SITES - BEWARE OF VIRUSES" - you would think they'd trust me by now (actually my boss will be in the rest of the week, so it'll be logging in from home this week).

Jeff H


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Monday, December 27, 1999

Hi Everyone: Sunday in the Parade section of the newspaper, there was a picture of Dick York! The article was "The best and worst of everything", and under the section "Best TV Dad" this is what they had to say: The store recently commissioned a study on famous TV Dads; Topping the list was Jed Clampett of the Beverly Hillbillies, who earns about 1.75 million a year . . . Darrin Stephens of Bewitched, $45,000 as an ad executive. Downside: Endora frequently turns you into a mule. . . and under the photo it says, TV Sugar Daddy-Darrin Stephens. Did anyone else catch the article???


YooHoo


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Monday, December 27, 1999

Merry Christmas,

Skip


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Sunday, December 26, 1999

You are a wise man, Jeff H. - Endora: I'm not "finally" appreciating Agnes Moorehead, I've appreciated her talents for as long as I've known of her existence, which is well over 30 years ... but I haven't in the past, I don't now, and I never will see her as a goddess!! (But you already knew that!) :-)

Jeff H


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Saturday, December 25, 1999

Merry Christmas everyone. Its really inspiring to hear everyone's "spiritual" side. I've found in my own life that the closer I try to live the teachings of Jesus Christ, the happier I am. Whether Bewitched was part of the occult, I think William Asher said it best in the forward to the Bewitched Forever book: "...a good witch named Samantha, played by a beautiful woman named Elizabeth Montgomery, who wasn't a sorceress at all but really an angel in disquise.

Rod


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Saturday, December 25, 1999

Merry Christmas, Feliz Navidad and Happy Winter Solistice + 3 Days ( when the Feast of Saturn was celebrated in Rome)! Christmas is a good time to reflect that , like the Stevenses, Tates, Kravitzes, Endora and all the rest of Samantha's side of the family, that with a non-dysfunctional family, there's a bond that can't truly be broken- no matter how many misunderstandings and hasty words may transpire. Though they may not want to admit it, NONE of the members of the extended 'Bewitched' family would want to do without ANY one of the others (even Endora and Darrin) so , we on this Board also have a bond and wish each other nothing but the best in the coming year! I hope all reading this and their family and friends are doing well today and will continue to do so!

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Saturday, December 25, 1999

Merry Christmas everyone! Here's hoping the holiday is as magical and wonderful as all of you! Skip: Very astute observation about AM. Glad to see you finally appreciating her for the Goddess she is (g)!

Breen from London


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Saturday, December 25, 1999

Sue L: I used to have this friend. I haven't seen him in years. Each year he and his wife send me a Xmas card, even though I never send one back to him. The thing is.....I've lost his address! So if you do send cards to someone you haven't been in touch with for some time, then always put on an address just in case. (Of course some people simply do not write back.)

Sue L.


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Saturday, December 25, 1999

Sam R & everyone on the board who responded to my message! thanks for caring. I like this board-it is really nice. I like to read all the messages here. And I did find a few that needed to be cleaned up. But on the whole, it remains clean and wholesome. I had another experience yesterday- as I was distracted, I thought I said something that was not right and had to sit and think of it. Turns out, I was saying something too fast and it sounds like something else. I quickly prayed and prayed and prayed. SO, I would know I am asking for peace. Also, I know BW is not a cult show. It deals with basic emotions and other things. We like watching it. About xmas- I always send too many cards & then when I don't hear from some-it always hurts. Every year I say well, should we not send. And if you don't send to those who did not send the year before, turns out they don't send to you. Is it coincidence. Merry Xmas! I send email xmas cards. And will send more next year!

Edwina
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Saturday, December 25, 1999

Hi All! Happy Holidays!!! Sue L: I am making the same request for your e-mail address. If you would rather not, I do understand.... (BFE)

Sam R
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Saturday, December 25, 1999

Merry Christmas Everyone!!! SUE L: If you feel comfortable with it, please send me your home email address. Have a wonderful day, ALL!

Skip


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Friday, December 24, 1999

Ling Ling: No, 'Bewitched' was in no way part of the occult. The basic premise of the show was love acceptance and tolerance. The 'magic' element was pure fantasy, a gimmick. There was never any truly evil theme. Many writers have noted that Agnes Moorehead especially was very vigilant when it came to the portrayal of what could have been the dark aspect of witchcraft. If it was accetable to her--a devout Christian--it's clearly good enough for me. Also, we all know that true goodness and true evil cannot co-exist; if the show was about love, acceptance and tolerance (which we all know it was), then obviously this eliminates the possibility that it was occultish.

Edwina
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Friday, December 24, 1999

Hi All! Skip: While "those people" do have dark power as you noted. The point is that God is GREATER than anything. The SOURCE of all life is God! We are in one accord here. The prayer here is for Sue L in particular. That Sue L comes to full knowledge regardless of that "gal" attempting to confuse her.... God is far greater and can provide the best protection... as long as remaining under the umbrella of his protective wing (whole armour of God).... No psychics, or any other "occult" thing can trick God or defeat God. "Those" that prey on our family (I view each one here as family too)don't stand a chance in Heaven of being successful.... God is Greater... than anything... Sue L. is much cared for and prayed over... as are the rest of the Bewitched Family.....We are all God's children, and are hopefully prayerfully praying for each other... Even those that don't believe there is a God... are prayed over. Recognizing the power and Might of God against these "puny" (spelling) evil things... Ling Ling: I don't believe that Bewitched is occult related....some might disagree... One good way to find out is to pray and ask God yourself...don't be afraid when God answers you..... Love to all... Chocolates and Earl Grey for everyone.... Oh yes Merry CHRISTmas to all.... I pray your Joy may be full. (BFE)

Sue L.


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Friday, December 24, 1999

Skip, Thanks for the message. The truth is really knowing the Lord! I have never gone to a fortune teller, psychic, medium, spiritualist. I don't believe in fortune telling, palm reading, seances. (ie as in BW to scare gladys Kravitz) I may have had tarot cards once, but I only did it once for a game. I had a quija board as a kid-we all thought it was fun, but it never moved for us. We know what the truth is and you can be deceived by lies. That woman who had me under a kind of power could have played mind games with me. I was convinced for 10 yrs, it took away my innocence. But I have my identity. And it has been 10.5 yrs since I broke free. I asked for forgiveness too. BW is a comedy, but it shows humor too. I want to wish everyone a merry xmas!

Ling Ling


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Friday, December 24, 1999

Skip: so does that mean watching Bewitched is part of the occult? Besides, a lot of people consult a psychic "just for fun" - same goes with ouija boards, etc. But anyway, I do hope everybody here has a wonderful holiday.

Skip


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Friday, December 24, 1999

Just an opinion here: mediums, psychics, fortune-tellers, predictors of the future ... they should all be avoided like the plague. At best they are frauds who will rip you off and play games with your mind; at worst they DO have power (and I believe many of them do), but you can best the source of their power is not God. They are pure evil, and they cause a great deal of damage. Steer clear of them. Astrology, tarot cards, ouija boards, psychics etc. etc. ... they all fall into the category of the occult, which takes you about as far away from God as you can be. God's plan for each of our lives is that we should commune with Him. We can't do that by trying to "seek answers" from psychics. The answer is Jesus Christ. And all of the answers to every conceivable question about life are found in the Bible. So, if you want true peace, seek God, read His word, pray, worship at a church which preaches the truth. And the truth is the Jesus Christ is the only way to God, to eternal peace. Having said this, I wish each of you the merriest of Christmases, and true peace and joy in your hearts and in your homes.

Scott from Ohio


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Friday, December 24, 1999

It is sooo nice to see all the discussion of the Trinity. With BW to the side for a moment ( as it is CHRISTmas), I think that we all know where the magic is in our lives. Happy Birthday to our Blessed Savior- the human component of the Godhead. I know that he is gleaming with all the recent postings. I wish everyone a very Merry CHRISTmas and a spiritually enlightened New Year. We can all learn a few new tricks...Scott

Sue L.


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Thursday, December 23, 1999

Edwina & Endora, Thanks thanks! We have a son with the initial J & my husband has the initial G & my daughter has the initial C. True, I did not know about those initials. I did tell the Associate Minister of this lady. And they prayed with me. I believe that the truth set me free once I knew that my child was innocent and wanted the baby to be protected from that gal. She never knew we had a girl even if she predicted a girl with the intials AJ. And the things she would do at the age of 21. Well, first, we named the intials CS and second we will never tell her anything.So if she doesn't know than how can she do those things? And she is a brand new baby Christian having been baptised. Our little one has the initials AJ but a boy and he has special needs. If she told me that one of our kids would have special needs-I would have freaked out. How much could she predict to come true. I don't think the boy would start what she predicted. I may have unconsciously named him AJ. Oh yeah, My daughter loves BW and she likes Tabatha. I tell her that Erin is married & has 4 boys. Are you praying for me? I think the power of prayer is real strong. I feel peaceful it is weird as I am typing this message. Have you prayed for protection. I feel a sense of peace that I am not alone. I have a loving husband and we have prayed together. He tells me to think of good things. I know that love is really strong and that was on BW. I know that this board has really nice people. Thanks all of you BW fans here.

TITUBA


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Thursday, December 23, 1999

My goodness, I have been gone for only three days and look what I have missed! These stories are wonderful. Edwina....I could not agree with you more, your words have true power my dear, a very strong power indeed. Tarrot cards and Physics? Well, they can certainly scare the devil out of you but are they for real? I have had my hands read my a little old lady that did not know me from Adam and what she told me about my previous years was all true. But I do love a good Ouija board! Are we then feeling a bit sorry for Larry these days? We all know what a tyrant he was! Special thanks to Endora for the cool magnet....like I said before, you rock! BTW, was anyone else out flying their brooms in the full moon last night?

Edele 2
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Thursday, December 23, 1999

I love Bewitched there the bestI think no other band that can beat them.I love them they cant help it if there THE BEST BAND IN THE WORLD!I just love to sing there songs every one says I SING just like them.

Mark


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Thursday, December 23, 1999

Warlock: I am one of the few that does not like Liz's look (and looks) by season 8. I agree with Skip that she had clout and they were glad that she was on the set by those days. On some episodes, she looks less than beautiful and definately not bubbly. I prefer the good old days of the shoulder length hair, nice make-up etc like in seasons one and three. I can't believe you watched season 8 episodes since they come on so late at night. You mentioned the horse racing episode-- Liz was REALLY moody in this one! As for the other episodes, they are too sad for me to watch. Sorry but I get carried away when it comes to season 8 even though this is the season which featured Erin Murphy the most. Well, on a lighter note.. I would like to say "From all of us to all of you.. Merry Christmas!"

Breen from London


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Thursday, December 23, 1999

To all Bewitched fans: Have a Happy Xmas and a Prosperous New Year.

Endora
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Thursday, December 23, 1999

Sue: Don't be afraid. Here's an AM quote for you, about God: "God really is there if you seek Him out wherever you may be."

Edwina
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Thursday, December 23, 1999

Sue L: God has not given us a spirit of fear but of sound mind. Don’t ever be afraid of the word of God.... That is the devil's ploy! There is no Need to go to a medium.....sometimes people go as "something to do." As a joke all in fun.... Don’t believe anything they tell you.... chances are in your lifetime you have met someone with the initial G, C, J or M anyone can tell you that!! and chances are you know someone with either blonde, brown, or red hair with a scar somewhere... Reading horoscopes can be a fun thing to do....as long as you realize it isn't real... heck I should have taken a trip to Hawaii according to the latest one for me...according to the date of my birth and the time of day and country in that I was born....and of course the color of my eyes.... As Sam R suggested stay as far away from those type people that are wanting to take from you the joy and peace you have and give you grief....they really can’t hurt you....they don’t want you to know that, they want to confuse you. Remember GREATER IS HE THAT IS IN YOU THAN HE THAT IS IN THE WORLD......God in you is far GREATER than anything.... I suggest you go to your pastor or Minister let him know what is what... Laying on of hands is a special gift. Yes people do become healed... Saul believed because he didn’t stand up for God.... He wanted a convenient answer. When the witch in En-dor told him what she did.... He knew he was toast.... Music did soothe his spirit.... I think that dream you had regarding darkness and being trapped away from everyone else..... Perhaps it was the only way at the time God could reach you to give you a message to come out from among them.... Read the word everyday.. and Sue, please go speak with your minister or pastor whoever is the head of the church you attend. This is the Christmas Season..... Christians believe their savior was born....when he died 33 years later crucified on tree... he died as a sacrifice.... To bring God and humanity together... He died once and for all....And my dear.... YOU Sue L are a very special part of ALL! .... I do think this is important. Everyone here please pray for Sue L. Thank You (BFE)

Sue L


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Thursday, December 23, 1999

Endora, I did not read the scripture in context. It was too powerful. And I know that people can go to mediums to help them. I am not a disbeliever but I have never had fortune telling or anything as yet. I used to read my horoscope all the time. I even used tarot cards once as a game-it scared me. I had a quija board as a kid-it scared me too. BUT I have had laying of hands & prayer. I think that woman opened Pandora's Box for me. I am terrified that I will not have control of my thoughts. I will have to be careful though, how do you know the healers wiil help? Have you seen it? I was lucky I got away from that gal and all the stuff she told me. If it was any worse believe me I would have gone to a medium for help if possible. BUT I knew it was dangerous to be an innocent. I saved my children from it. Thanks so much. I like this board-this is so neat. BW was a good show and I still am a fan. I never wanted to be a witch or anything. I have seen strange things and was not sure if I had delusions. I saw a ball of light in my room by my bed over 20 yrs ago, it scared me and I prayed. It went away. Could it have been a warning? It was the time I met that gal. When I was pg w/ my first child-I had a dream that I was in darkness and that I was trapped and away from everyone-I was sleep walking- I was afraid that I would be harmed by everything not good & the same for my child. But I prayed for us to be saved. It never happened again. It was so real that I believed that I was there. And I shook all over and then prayed

Jude Cormier
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Thursday, December 23, 1999

Hi All! and a very Merry CHRISTmas to each of you. I would love to see BW on DVD as my computer has a DVD-ROM drive(which was an unexpected suprise as the box didn't make note of that feature). Everything can be restored--the material is there. I wonder how Wendy at www.bewitched.net got hold of these original sponsor openings. Anyway, the buffoons are at Columbia TriStar(Sony), not Columbia House who only put out what the studio submits to them. For instance, the Petticoat Junction tapes have the original sponsor logos still on them and The Lucy Show tapes have the original opening credits restored after many years. Too bad BW wasn't a Paramount production--maybe we would have the original openings retored by now. With today's digital technology, they can simply edit the "Quaker Oats presents" or "Chevrolet presents" with a "Screen Gems Presents" followed by the original theme songs for each season. Funny, in the 70's when BW was first syndicated, the original theme songs were still in place(minus the sponsor tags)and I'm old enough to remember this. Is there any possible way we can start an internet campaign to get the show fully restored?

Edwina


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Thursday, December 23, 1999

Oh Endora, couldn't we just give Paul some chocolate..... (BFE)

Rod


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Thursday, December 23, 1999

Edwina: It's been interesting reading all these posts about Larry and it's given me more insight than I've had for him. In any case, I'm glad to have helped make your day! Endora: Very compelling account about the persecution of witches in Europe. However; it wasn't entirely a male suppression of women's power- as about a tenth of all those accused of witchcraft (and executed) were men ( Darren's fictional accusation in 1620 Plymouth, Mass. would not have been unheard of) .Moreover, one of the most sweeping movements in history used to wipe out dissenting religions (and dissenting political opponents) was the Spanish Inquisition which resulted in the expulsion of the Spanish Jewry, 4000 executions from 1492 to 1841 (when it was abolished), legalized tortures and a somewhat totalitarian government put into place was, in fact, established by a woman -Queen Isabel of Castille ( the same monarch who gave Columbus the leaky ships to see if he could find a sea route to Asia).

Endora
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Thursday, December 23, 1999

Sue: Yes "they" did burn witches, all over Europe, as a way for men steal away power they perceived as belonging to women. Many of the pilgrims who came to the U.S. in those early years came to escape the dangerous intolerance that was pervading Europe, then turned right around and perpetuated it themselves (oh what fools these mortals be!). The "witches" in Salem were all hanged, except for one, who was pressed to death. Fortunately, as a free country, we were able to stop the insanity before it took the same toll it had taken in Europe (where innocents were killed by the thousands). But it still doesn't let us off the hook. All of these heinous crimes BTW were commited in the name of a God that said his greatest commandment was to love each other as you love yourself. Prayer, the Bible and God are wonderful things, but, just like witchcraft (and all other powers), they must be used for good and not evil to be truly effective. Now, for the AM tie in (there always has to be one). I had never read the Bible until I read an AM Guideposts article about how much the Bible meant to her. So, since she knows everything, I started reading the Bible (KJV) and it's a fascinating document, simply fascinating....though still not on the same level as say..."Allergic to Macedonian DoDo Birds" (Oops, I can almost feel AM glaring.....that sizzling sound you hear is me after the lightening's struck!) P.S. Edwina: Re Paul, I really think God should have smacked him harder on the road to Damascus....you know, just enough to get rid of the sexism and homophobia.....

Edwina
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Thursday, December 23, 1999

Hi All!! Rod: That is part of what Bewitched was all about....and we had it happen here on our very own board in our very own place. Almost a real live happening.... Rod learned to be more tolerant and give the "Oh so Greedy One" space. The writers of Bewitched would be proud! I know that Bill Asher would be.... There are some that may need to go take two chocolates immediately.... to calm their nerves.... but a real "kewel" lesson was shared here and Rod, the kids have an expression (not entirely sure why a new word was needed) I think you are NOC for sharing it! When in translation... I think you are wonderful for sharing it! And of course those that helped show Rod that the "Greedy One" was deserving of it....are wonderful too! Oh... I feel all warm and fuzzy in that warm and fuzzy feeling kind of way....(BFE)

Rod


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Thursday, December 23, 1999

To All FOLs (Friends of Larry): You all have given me some good reasons for your liking him. I've gotta say I'm impressed and, I'm actually going to cut him some slack the next time I watch, keeping in mind what you all are saying and see if I can, at least, see if it's possible to be more tolerant of him when he's on! Speaking of tolerance, I had forgotten 'Sisters at Heart'. You're right, he really DID shine in that episode!

Sam R
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Thursday, December 23, 1999

SUE L: I'm so pleased that you took those words as kind, as they were truly meant that way. I sometimes say things that do not come off too well, but I thank you that you caught my drift and in the 'spirit' in which it was meant. I hope that your Christmas with your family is truly Blessed and lovely.

Sam R
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Thursday, December 23, 1999

EDWINA: Well chosen and well thought out words I should think. The ASHER name meaning 'happy'?...Why is it that I am not surprised that you found that in the Bible....Bill Asher='happy'...(ahem)...no raised eyebrows here kiddo....forgive me...I have a mischevious fairy about me tonight but I doubt it is my Fairy Godmother...but then, one never can be sure can they...?

Scott from Ohio


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Thursday, December 23, 1999

Well, I'm back for the untienth time! I don't know why I keep getting lost and lost. Endora, I just read your last posting regarding AM's clothes. Never mind... I thought that was so funny. I see that the 'witch of Endor' has circled the globe again. Other names such as Tabitha, Agnes, David, Elizabeth, Abner are there, too. Did I miss out on the latest debate on the best Darrin (York or Sargent)? I just thought I would start something since I haven't been here for so long. Happy Winter Solstice to all...Scott

Edwina


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Wednesday, December 22, 1999

Sue: Did you read it all? En-dor is a place. There are mediums, psychics... and others there... En-dor is not a person. I am trying to understand what "it" is you don't want to think of..... Endora is the name of a character on Bewitched...according to the plot Endora was a powerful witch....Psalms are songs...Saul had turned from G-d so G-d left him... Saul wanted to hear something....he stopped believing and trusting G-d, if you don't believe in something you will fall for anything... so Saul sought a medium....in the new testament Saul (not the same person) had an experience and his name was eventually changed from Saul the destroyer to Paul the builder...... if the first Saul had not sought the medium, things might have been different for him. Also, the family name of Asher was mentioned.... Asher is the name of the son Leah's maid bore Jacob...Asher means "That is Happy" Oh didn't mean to turn this into a study of the word... Sue L: Please go read II Cor 10:4 Be aware..... (BFE)

Sue L.


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Wednesday, December 22, 1999

Sam R, thanks for the kind words. You are right. It is still taking me time to get my innocence back and I have 3 kids. Our 6 yr boy is teaching us patience. Our 8 yr old is teaching us that he wants to be loved and he is giving love. Our 10.5 yr girl is teaching us to look at things the way she does. I have to look at things with their open hearts. Sisters at Heart is a special episode and I think that all women are sisters. It makes you set aside your differences. I never had any predjudice in my whole life. Our kids do not have it. What about the ones who are against mixed marriages? The people who marry different races or color -I say more power to them. It is their life & if they are in love, well that is what is right. Sam & Darren had a mixed marriage, and she loved him no matter what. And he loved her with all her relatives. TRUE!

Sam R
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Wednesday, December 22, 1999

Oh no! I hate it when this double post thing happens...It's happened to me once before...dunno what I did, but a thousand pardons for that everyone...but please, no demerits.

Sam R
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Wednesday, December 22, 1999

Wholly Molley...you are all telling such wonderful stories and making so many interesting observations. First off, I was thinking of the first time Fairy Godmother told me that remarkable story and I was totally in awe of it...that was many years ago, never mind how many. I think she told me that it took place in Ireland as I recall. As it is Christmas, I was thinking of my favorite BW of that Season, and I remember that the actor that they had playing Santa in the first Christmas episode was a wonderful actor that I am very fond of seeing in films and he also starred with AM and Bette Davis in "Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte around the time he must have made the BW appearance. His name was Cecile Kellaway, I'm not sure how his name is spelled. Anyway, he was such a wonderful Santa and I loved the gentle way that he spoke to Michael about maybe that Christmas was more like giving, rather than getting....he really got through to that child, and that little boy opened up his heart and gave, as Sam and Darrin had given unconditional love and understanding....and patience as well. You all might remember Cecile co-starring in "Guess who's coming to dinner?" he message of giving instead of expecting anything does remind me of "The Wizard of Oz" when the Wizard said something about being remembered and loved by others. Also, anyone looking for a heart, chances are, they already have one, or words to that effect...you all know what I mean. BTW, another vote here for Larry Tate, he was honest about his greed, but in a pinch, he found that he was indeed 'grounded'. Remember that episode, "Sister's At Heart?" That was Larry too. SUE L: Stay away from people like that. They will try to damage or change your spirit. Enough said...I'm being a hog for not having posted for so long....Oh yeah ENDORA: I don't think I should go there either about 'witch' character and how I would like to see that particular character dress.....(ahem) I'm sure you understand....

Sam R
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Wednesday, December 22, 1999

Wholly Molley...you are all telling such wonderful stories and making so many interesting observations. First off, I was thinking of the first time Fairy Godmother told me that remarkable story and I was totally in awe of it...that was many years ago, never mind how many. I think she told me that it took place in Ireland as I recall. As it is Christmas, I was thinking of my favorite BW of that Season, and I remember that the actor that they had playing Santa in the first Christmas episode was a wonderful actor that I am very fond of seeing in films and he also starred with AM and Bette Davis in "Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte around the time he must have made the BW appearance. His name was Cecile Kellaway, I'm not sure how his name is spelled. Anyway, he was such a wonderful Santa and I loved the gentle way that he spoke to Michael about maybe that Christmas was more like giving, rather than getting....he really got through to that child, and that little boy opened up his heart and gave, as Sam and Darrin had given unconditional love and understanding....and patience as well. You all might remember Cecile co-starring in "Guess who's coming to dinner?" he message of giving instead of expecting anything does remind me of "The Wizard of Oz" when the Wizard said something about being remembered and loved by others. Also, anyone looking for a heart, chances are, they already have one, or words to that effect...you all know what I mean. BTW, another vote here for Larry Tate, he was honest about his greed, but in a pinch, he found that he was indeed 'grounded'. Remember that episode, "Sister's At Heart?" That was Larry too. SUE L: Stay away from people like that. They will try to damage or change your spirit. Enough said...I'm being a hog for not having posted for so long....Oh yeah ENDORA: I don't think I should go there either about 'witch' character and how I would like to see that particular character dress.....(ahem) I'm sure you understand....

Sue L.


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Wednesday, December 22, 1999

I read the passage of Endor. It is pretty powerful. I didn't know it was there. It mentions a medium of sorts to name someone. I don't want to think of it. Did they really burn witches?

Skip


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Wednesday, December 22, 1999

Big Dave: Your suggestions regarding 'Bewitched' on DVD with original sponsor openings, Liz inviting us to "stay tuned for Bewitched, next in color" etc. are excellent, but the truth is, they could have done all of this on VHS video too (especially those clowns at Columbia House), and they didn't and they haven't. So why would you think the DVD format would entice them to do such a good deed? Regarding 'The Wizard of Oz', the screen tests, lost footage, etc. that you describe has also been shown on TV and in certain video releases of the film. So, what I'm saying is, the medium doesn't matter whether it's DVD or VHS or Super 8; what matters is the goodwill to actually do it, on the part of the people who actually can. Regarding original sponsor openings & commercials, I wonder if there isn't some legal reason why these can't be shown. But the promos with Liz shouldn't be a problem, unless perhaps she herself at some point specified that they weren't to be shown. Who knows?

Edwina


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Wednesday, December 22, 1999

Big Dave: I sure do appreciate the appreciation.... You are welcome! Thank You! Sue: You were brainwashed for 10 years, wow what power that person had over you yikes!.... Please don’t ever forget "whose" you are: Greater is He that is in me than he that is in the world.... No harm can come to you. Surround yourself with the word. You do well to pray and have others Pray with you.....Bewitched is fun along with the characters and actors and all of us with memories...of lines and admiring various bodies of work. Some of us with munchkins... oh, okay..... with teenagers that were exposed to Bewitched....when they were munchkins were as Bewitched as we were......okay... as I was...... when first it aired..... What little boy didn’t want to rule the world? Larry Tate has to keep his hand down.... He who wants to conduct an orchestra must turn his back on the crowd.....Larry could do that in a sneeze.... Of course if it were to result in losing a big account.....An advertising executive sacrifice would be in order.... Dustbin... or Derweed or Darbin or is it Dar Dar?.....oh you know.... it's whatzhisname.... (BFE)

Sue L.


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Wednesday, December 22, 1999

I like reading the posts from everyone. And the stories are really neat. I believe that there could be something that we mortals cannot see. I have another weird story. I knew someone 10 years and she claimed she was from the future. She totally brainwashed me for 10 years. BUT I have protected my children from this.It has taken me 10.5 yrs to get away from this and pray every day. I did not join any cults or religious things. Or be involved in any weird stuff.I am a Christian woman. I feel that it was very weird. Like out of Star Trek or something. Possibly like BW. I love BW but I don't carry it into real life. It still nags at me though and I need to sleep well too. what do you think? Any ideas to help me? I go to church and have had prayer a few times too. You would not believe the things she told me. It was too weird.

Big Dave


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Wednesday, December 22, 1999

Edwina: Thanks for sharing the story and to the others who shared their super-natural stories. I believe there is a lot more to this world than what are mortal eyes can see or even our brains to comprehend....The other day I was watching 'The Wizard of Oz' on DVD and it made me realize that 'Bewitched' on DVD would be absolutely awesome!! On 'Oz' they included movie trailers, costume and makeup tryouts, movie posters, the making of, etc....With Bewitched DVD they could include the original sponsor openings, 'Stay tuned for Bewitched, next, in color', the commercials that aired to advertise BW, the COMPLETE episodes, and pictures of cast & crew plus a whole plethora (I love using that word!) of other things that enhance the viewings of our fave show. So who do we need to write about this?....Rod: I must agree with Endora and Ling-Ling when I say that I enjoy Larry Tate. He actually shows to the world what he wants ~money, power~ while everybody else that wants those things keeps it sheltered. There are so many funny scenes involving Larry like in 'Sam's Psychic Slip' when he's been looking around the Stephens' house for Darrin and Darrin pops in behind him surprising Larry prompting him to say,'I've been looking all over for you and couldn't find you everywhere!' Yes, Louise is funny but only because she has to keep her husband in check.

Edwina
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Wednesday, December 22, 1999

Hi All: Okay... someone convinced me to add my three dollars worth of happenings... When I was a youngster six thousand years ago, I was ill, I do not know if it was a cold or flu. I do remember that I could not get my head off my pillow. It weighed almost as much as I do now!!! I was informed my temperature sharply and suddenly increased. My Aunt Rita came to me, sat on my bed, wiped my forehead and told me that she had to leave now. She told me that she loved me very much and that she would never be far from me. I asked her where she was going. "To a place that you can not go right now, but will go to someday." My Aunt Rita was a Southern Lady and always appropriately dressed, this time she looked unkempt. It was noticeable! At the time, my family was living in New Jersey, I did not realize she was approximately 500 miles away. I asked Aunt Rita if she said hello to my mother. They were Great friends as well as relatives. Aunt Rita said that she was there only to see me. I called out to my mother, more of a mumble than a call. By reason I was mumbling for a while, my mother stood outside of my bedroom (My mother was a stay at home mother.) She heard me call to her, and asked me what I needed. I told her about Aunt Rita. My mother had an astonished look on her face. She assured me that since my fever was so high, I wanted (wished for)my aunt to sit by me on my bed and that Aunt Rita was fine. It was not five minutes later the telephone rang. It was my Uncle Harry (Aunt Rita's husband.) They both knew that I was ill. My mother told Uncle Harry what I told her. My uncle wanted to speak to me. The telephone being in the kitchen,(one phone in a house... wow she really is 6,000) I had some walking to do (How I know how heavy my head was) My uncle told me Aunt Rita passed away around the time she came by to bid me farewell. He heard Aunt Rita's portion of the conversation so he knew the content of what Aunt Rita said on her end. It was a serene situation for my mother, family and myself. I have had similar situations and I have learned to share those experiences gently. The amazing situation is my Aunt Rita was a Fundamentalist Baptist. I do not limit God his abilities. Aunt Rita was a very Beautiful Lady, that taught me what a true Lady should be. I do not think I will ever be exactly like her, her compassion, as my mother's runs very deep. If someone wants to attribute Aunt Rita's farewell to a fever, and it makes, them feel comfortable, so be it. I know better. I have been given very a special gift. I am not a spiritualist. I do not pursue such situations these situations pursue me. So, Fairy Godmother see what you started (T'is a good thing).... and now....how do I connect this to Bewitched....I think I just did....The moon was awesome this morning.... I found myself staring at it for what seems two hours..... it was really beautiful.... oh yes welcome Newcomers.... Everyone is welcome all the time anytime..... and I have the Earl Grey going round the clock just grab a mug, curl up by the(fire)Computer and type away.... Oh you all look so good lately.... stay healthy everyone... see you later... (BFE)

Endora
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Wednesday, December 22, 1999

Skip: Smart aleck (smile)! Warlock: I would think, especially by Season 8, that EM had quite a bit of say in what she wore/how her hair was styled. Frankly, I think BW was very generous about this sort of thing, as AM wore her own jewelry, and they tended to put her in lots of purples and pinks "witch" were her favorite colors. Now let me ask this, if you could dress any of the characters who would you pick and what would you have them wear? I would pick Endora of course, but I won't discuss what I'd have her wear on the grounds that it might (ok WOULD) incriminate me (hee hee). Let's just say it would be small, tight, leopard print and/or leather and VERY lowcut.

Rod


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Wednesday, December 22, 1999

Skip: Thanks for pointing me the books, chapters and verses! When I looked her up, I remembered her from (of all things) a Bible study I was in - and she *sure* was something! The Witch of Endor was defiant to King Saul to the end (and even managed to summon the Prophet Samuel himself who re-conveyed the message that God no longer favored Saul). She was the LAST soothsayer left in the kingdom and it doesn't say what happened to her *after* she sprang Saul's bad news on him! Endora: I hope you got the chance to see the VERY strong moon early this morning! It didn't make headlights unnecessary but it DID give the ground a cool, grey glow and seemed much stronger than usual! Ever been to New Grange, Ireland? They have a 6000-year-old tomb that has a beam of light that only shines every Winter Solstice - for *precisely* thirteen minutes- not one second more or less. HOW and WHY they did the builders accomplished this feat, no one knows!

Polychrome


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Wednesday, December 22, 1999

Merry Christmas to you all! I was reading some of the posts and hope it isn't too late to add one of my weird experiences to the mix. About sixteen years ago, when I was pregnant with my first child, we were living on a NATO base overseas. We knew a lot of the single enlisted men, because they tended to gravitate to the homes of married enlisted when they would get homesick. This one particular fellow had dropped by to say good-bye because he was shipping out to another duty station. When I closed the door behind him, I turned to my husband and said,"If I ever see that guy again, it will be in a grocery store!". I don't know why I said that and my husband just laughed. We never wrote or called or kept in touch with that particular fellow. Once someone told us they thought he'd been assigned to an aircraft carrier, but we never heard from him again. Three years after we had said good-bye, I was shopping in an IGA back in the States and there he was! I still get the willies when I think about it. My husband has a weirder story, but since it involves a dead person, maybe I'd better wait until Halloween? I bought the Bewitched Christmas episodes several years ago and my favorite is "Humbug Not To Be Spoken Here". I just love it when Santa leans over to Samantha and says, "It's been a very hard winter, one thing after another with the elves!". Well, I've talked too long. Happy Holidays everybody!

Skip


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Tuesday, December 21, 1999

Warlock: I think by season 8, no one dared tell Elizabeth Montgomery anything, they were just happy she was still there. I think personally that she chose her 'look' for each season, not only season 8. Oh sure, she undoubtedly had hair and makeup people who made suggestions, but ultimately, it must have been her decision how she looked. After all, she owned 20% of the show; she had a lot of clout on that set.

Warlock


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Tuesday, December 21, 1999

I have been watching the episodes in Europe from season 8 this week on Nick at Night for the first time in around 10 years. To my surprise, they are not as bad as I remember them. I realy liked the King Arthur episodes. The sea-monster one was not horrible since Serena was in it. Nothing though could save the Leaning Tower of Pisa episode. That was a complete snore-fest and as bad as I remember it being. Overall, the episodes would be just as good if not better than what is on TV today, but far from being classic Bewitched. I looked at my Bewitched book for the rest of the season 8 summeries and the only ones R remeber enjoying were the horse racing one, and when Tabitha takes ice-skating lessons. Maybe I will like some more episodes as I watch it at a different perspecive than I did 10 years ago. BTW, another thing that surprised me was how gorgeous EM and Samantha looked like with long flat hair. I also think she looks very sexy with the socks up to her knees. I wonder if this new look was EM decision or something that the producers suggested to her in a way of change for the Samatha Character. Did anybody else like her look that season?

tvnutt


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Tuesday, December 21, 1999

Hey All! Welcome Rod, it's nice to see new people, I'm pretty new myself. I saw the Christmas Eps. on screengems earlier this week, EM is so good with Erin Murphy. I'm sure EM was a wonderful mother and I heard people say that. It's refreshing to know. Anyway I love those stories Fairie Godmother told and some of the others. Gives me chills. I say you have to believe in a little bit of something. There are many things in this world that can't be explained but does that mean they don't exist? Anyway, I'm surprised Bewitched was not voted as one of the fav. millenium marathons to air again on N@N. Fix, big Fix! LOL! Everyone have a nice holiday. I'll pop in again!

Skip


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Tuesday, December 21, 1999

... or you could simply ask me, Rod (AM is indisposed in a far far better place, and may not reply as quickly as I can) ... the witch of En-dor is mentioned in 1st Samuel 28:7. Other references to En-dor are found in Joshua 17:11 and Psalm 83:10.

Endora


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Tuesday, December 21, 1999

P.S. John Mill: Sal Mauriello sells tapes of the TV show "Tabitha". He can be reached at 973-694-2672 or after 5 at 973-872-9178. His prices are reasonable and his service is excellent.

Endora
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Tuesday, December 21, 1999

Whew, what a day! Tonight is the offical start of Solstice, though those who celebrate it will do so tomorrow. Remember to look for SCH's moon! Rod: The Witch of Endor is mentioned in Samuel, as to Chapter and Verse I have no idea (you'd have to ask AM for that!)

Rod


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Tuesday, December 21, 1999

WHOA!! The number of messages one gets after just a day's abscence! Jude, Big Dave, and Ling-Ling- Thanks for your welcomes! Big Dave: I'm glad you liked my pre-BW Kravitz Theory! Ling-Ling: Funny Larry story but I, myself, thought Louise was funnier! Endora: No, I didn't know that your character was named for the Biblical personage. By any chance do you know which Book, Chapter and Verse this is mentioned? No surprise about AM having flawless marksmanship! There wasn't a ROLE she didn't play flawlessly either! Ever see her 'Twilight Zone' performance? Not a word spoken but what a cathartic performance!

Kat
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Monday, December 20, 1999

Hi Everyone!! I really enjoyed the BW marathon on N@N. There were several episodes that I haven't seen in years. Do they only have a few that they reshow all the time and then pull out more for just the marathons? It seems like that because I often see the same episodes all the time and this past week there were several that I haven't seen during the regular programming.I'm looking for a heat pendant like Sam's if any of you know where to find one let me know. Plus, there is a book coming out for the Holidays that features the most beatifull actresses over the last one hundred years in the authors opinon and he named Elizabeth Montgomery in the top ten.I found it interesting. I hope you all have a great Holiday.

The Princess
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Monday, December 20, 1999

Here is my little supernatural story. In 1985, Mr. Princess and I moved into a house and we put my stepdaughter's toybox (full of her toys) into the second closet in our bedroom. At that time, I worked days and he worked nights, so we were only home together after midnight. For several straight days, I came home from work and found his robe hung neatly on a hanger in the closet (not the toy closet) and the bed made. I just assumed that Mr. Princess did these things before he left for work. One day I mentioned it to him and he looked truly shocked and said he thought I was hanging his robe on the hanger and he had been meaning to ask me to stop it because it was a hassle for him to have to get it out of the closet. I still thought he was doing it and teasing me by saying he wasn't but he swears to this day that he never once did it. Also, we kept the closet with the toybox in it closed and more often than not, when we'd come home, the door would be wide open and the toybox was open. Christen (my stepdaughter) was not living with us at the time, she was 250 miles away (with my wife-in-law) so there was nobody there who would have opened that closet. Then when Christen came to visit, she'd have these "converstations" with somebody that she called "Annie" (pronounced to rhyme with "Connie") though nobody was there. Christen had just turned two and only spoke completely clearly when she was talking to "Annie". This went on for six full weeks while Christen was visting us. When her mother came to get her, she was in the bedroom napping with Christen and all of a sudden she came running out, as white as a sheet, and said she'd seen a little old lady bent over Christen as she slept. We hadn't mentioned any of the odd things to her and at that point asked her if they knew anyone named "Annie" and she said no. We never did figure it all out and to this day, when something mysterious happens, we'll say that "Annie" did it!

Ling Ling


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Monday, December 20, 1999

Rod: Welcome (belatedly - story of my life) to the Board! But I must say that I concur with Endora in saying that I love Larry (in fact, you'll find that I concur with Endora on anything BW related). Larry was a much needed male presence when DY was ill and missed a lot of shows. Also, his character remained true to the end. One of my favorite Larry moments was when he said, "Louise, you're driving me to the club!" to witch Louise replies, "I haven't got time!"

Sue L


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Monday, December 20, 1999

I can add a strange happening. My Mom put her purse for safekeeping in our 10.5 yr old daughter's closet. Now the closet has an attic but you can only pop it from the underside. When Mom got it later, she only found the wallet full of change. She had $20 or so she thought. The money had fallen out on the floor. But she had only $5. No one went into the closet at all! We have two ways to get to the crawlspace-the other way you can only pop it up from the underside. It has been looked at once in the 3.5 yrs we have lived here. New roof too. I feel all spooked out at Halloween & pray that day- we go out anyway. But I feel safer after midnight. We went to Disneyland-it was crowded. Wish that Sam could have given us a spell not to feel pooped out. I watched the marathon. It was ok and I liked the Uncle Arthur episodes. Yes, I noticed the house changed too. In 1969 xmas episode it does not have the kitchen stairs. And the colors of the decor are the colors of the 60's & 70's. EM's hair changes over the years. Santa from 1969 will see Liz later in the Henry VIII episode. He did not remember her either. It was a time spell. It was the second time spell involving Sam & Darren if I am right? Unless there is when they first met? Episode-If they never met? Thanks!

TITUBA


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Monday, December 20, 1999

Great stories Big Dave and Fairy Godmother!

Ryan
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Monday, December 20, 1999

Hey everyone! I really enjoyed Santa Clause Comes to Visit and Stays and Stays last night on N@N! I just wanted to wish everyone a happy holiday and and a happy y2k! I hope everyone is enjoying my newsletters and look forward to watching many more Bewitched episodes for the new millenium! What do you guys think the top Bewitched episode of the millenium???

Jeff H


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Monday, December 20, 1999

Jude: My local station here in Phoenix showed the Christmas episodes on SGN today, sorry you didn't get to see them:(

John Mill


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Monday, December 20, 1999

This is a real shot in the dark-- Does anyone know if/where the spinoff series "Tabitha" still airs??, or even better has a video of of some of the episodes thanks

Heather Ann


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Monday, December 20, 1999

Hey all you guys! I better hurry because I don't have much time, but I want to thank Endora for the card she sent us. How nice and thoughtful of you! Anyway, what did you guys think of that E! story they did on Bewitched? I just brought it up because I watched it the other day and I thought they made the whole cast seem evil. Shame on them! Anyhew, I'll talk to you later.:) P.S. That story about the Quaker oats guy was cool!

Big Dave


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Monday, December 20, 1999

Rod: Welcome to the board! I enjoyed your assessment of Abner and Gladys' pre-BW life. I always like to think of things like that. Fairy Godmother: What a weird story. I believe it though. When I was younger I remember I was sleeping over at my cousin's house and I woke up really early. I didn't want to wake him up but I wanted him up so we could play. So I encanted a little spell saying something about as soon as the clock struck 8 he would wake up. Just as the numbers on the clock turned to 8:00 the doorbell rang! I tried a few other 'spells' mostly at church to get them to stop the meeting exactly on time rather than going 20 minutes over like they usually did. And it worked 99% of the time....Endora: Thanks for the post card. How thoughtful!

Mark
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Monday, December 20, 1999

I'm looking for sheet music for the bewitched theme song. Any suggestions? My wife loves the show, and I'd like to be able to play the theme for her on our keyboard.

Uncle Arthur


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Monday, December 20, 1999

Thanks for mooning the board Henry, that's my boy!

Jude
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Monday, December 20, 1999

Hi All! Welcome Rod to the board!! Belated Birthday Wishes to Princess and Broph(thanks for keeping this site going!). My local station aired a rerun of SGN this morning instead of the scheduled Christmas episodes--I was bummed out! I enjoy watching all the holiday shows--ever notice Endora was never in any of the Christmas shows?? Was it because the writers felt the character would have nothing positive to say about the holiday? I know AM in real life was a fundamentalist Christian and would not tolerate the writers slurring any religious connotation on the show. There are a few Biblical references made on BW such as Sam's explanation of why unicorns no longer exist to Tabitha: They missed the boat--Noah's Ark--LOL! Also when Adam was born and named, Maurice says "you named him after my great-grandfather" to which Dauphin asks "Adam was your great grandfather?" Maurice replies (to great dramatci effect): "Not that ADAM!!" In season 1 Sam and Derweed attend a church wedding , and Sam serves on the church bazarr committee, so Sam and Darrin must have attended church, am I right? To Sam R: Thanks for the lovely card I received today in the mail!! You are a sweetie! :)

**SCH**
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Monday, December 20, 1999

Something I'd like to share with everyone I like to call : Goodnight Moon. This year will be the first full moon to occur on the winter solstice, December 22, commonly called the First Day of Winter, in 133 years. Since the full moon on the winter solstice will occur in conjunction with a lunar perigee, the point in the moon's orbit that is closest to Earth, the moon will appear about 14 percent larger than it does at apogee, the point in its elliptical orbit that is farthest from the Earth. The Earth is also several million miles closer to the sun than in the summer, and sunlight striking the moon will be about 7 percent stronger making it brighter. Also, this will be the closest perigee of the Moon of the year, since the moon's orbit is constantly deforming. In layman's terms, it will be a super bright full moon, much more than the usual AND it hasn't happened this way for 133 years. If the weather is clear and there isn't a snow cover where you live, it is believed that even car headlights will be superfluous. Our ancestors 133 years ago saw this. Our descendants 100 or so years from now will see this again. Remember, this will happen December 22, 1999.

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Monday, December 20, 1999

AM never had her house robbed, not any of them! Of course, since AM was a dead shot, it was probably better for the would be thieves that they didn't try to steal from her! Rod: Very good (and accurate) breakdown of Endora's name in Greek. As you probably already know, the show's writers got her name from the Bible....remember the "Witch of Endor"? Fairy Godmother: Oooo spooky and very cool! I love stories like that! If anyone else has any share please, especially ghost stories, those are my favorites! P.S.S. Broph, who lives in one of most haunted cities in the world, doesn't believe in ghosts....what's up w/that?

Mark


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Monday, December 20, 1999

I love Alice Pearce's Gladys Kravitz much better than Sandra Gould's. AP was not out to "get" Samantha the way SG was, I agree with Skip. Sorry Rod but I really like Larry Tate. He made some of the show's funniest momemts. Back to Alice Pearce-- it is sad to see her dwindle away in season two of Bewitched. I really love the faces she made. Her chemistry with the other actors was great, especially with EM. Alice Pearce gets my vote as my favorite Gladys, Dick York as my favorite Darrin, and I seldom like Irene Vernon's Louise Tate. I liked her comebacks with Larry. She seemed to me that she could be the wife of a business partner.

Broph
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Monday, December 20, 1999

Fairy Godmother - where was that story at Halloween?! I could have used it on my nephew! Rod, thanks for the birthday wishes - most of the birthday wishes I've gotten this year have been belated - it's just that time of year! Hope everyone is enjoying the holiday season (even if you can't enjoy the weather)!

Fairy Godmother
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Monday, December 20, 1999

Hi Bewitched. This has to do with a real witch I had a "meeting" with when I was 7 years old. Please remember my friend Marie saw this happen at the same second as I did - I never had a hallucination before or since. I know it was not my imagination, because two of us saw it. We were playing "lets pretend" We always imagined stories to do with fairies, we knew we were playing make - believe, but we always enjoyed it. We were in Marie's home in the kitchen, there was a little geranium plant on the window sill. I said to Marie " there's a bad black witch in this plant and she's got hold of a little fairy, she says she won't let the fairy go unless we give her something. Marie says "yes - lets do it" We found a Pilgrim on the Quaker Oats box - so we cut him out. There he was. With Marie beside me I held the Quaker in my had anad asked the witch "would you let the fairy go if I give you this?" I didn't hear anything, but I told my friend " she said "Yes!" So I touched one of the leaves of the geranium,- like a touch of air - the cardboard Quaker man was gone. Vanished! We both said " Where's it gone? Where's it gone?" We looked all over the kitchen, the windows were shut. Nothing under the table or on it. We never expected this for all our make believe. I really happened. I'll swear it on a stack of bibles. I'd never swear in God's name if it waasn't true. But it's true. Stranger things have happened. We both saw it. God Bless you all and have a very happy holiday season.

Rod


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Sunday, December 19, 1999

Skip and Jeff H: You may be right. I'll compromise and say Sandra Gould's Gladys [say that 5 times fast] was more *antagonistic* than Miss Pearce's! Glad you got a laugh from 'shrill' voice in the wilderness. VERY funny story about Miss Gould and her thwarting the would-be TV thieves! Imagine if they had been surprised by ENDORA!! ;~) Endora: I'm VERY honored to be communicating with you! You're right about Larry's 'honesty' in the greed department. I guess a good part of my dislike stems from my puzzlement over Sam and Dum-Dum's insistance that Larry's a *friend*! How many real friends threaten job termination at the tiniest mistake and take credit for one's ideas? Ever notice the *few* times Darrin thinks to strike out on his own Sam *always* helps nudge him back to Larry's piranha tank? Well, he *does* add ulcers to Darwood's existance so I can see why 'you' would love him! Of course, it *had* to be Uncle Arthur's fault since 'you' could have imagined more original fun while comatose! BTW, I figured out what your name could mean ' En-' is a Greek prefix which means 'to form' and 'dora' is Greek for 'woman' so, we could say you're a woman of impeccable form! The Princess: I also meant to say Happy Belated Birthday to Brophy! BTW, you're almost ten months my senior but you're EXACTLY half my mother's age. She was born on December 14th,too! I'm glad you liked my Kravitz Theory but will we incur someone's wrath for disliking Larry? ;~| Thanks to everyone for your friendly welcomes!

TAB


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Sunday, December 19, 1999

ilove this show it is the greatesst

tab


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Sunday, December 19, 1999


The Princess
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Sunday, December 19, 1999

Rod: Hello, welcome to the board, and thank you for wishing me a happy birthday. From your bio I see that we're "almost" the same age (since last Tuesday I guess I have a year on you!) so we were watching the show for the first time together, separately! I agree with you about ole Larry, btw, I could never make myself like him. Oh, and I loved your theory on the Kravitzes "pre-Stephens" life. I never thought of what their life was like before.

Skip


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Sunday, December 19, 1999

And speaking of Mrs. Kravitzes, People magazine (the special issue about the most intriguing people of 1999), has an obituary section. They included Sandra Gould, which surprised me, and they stated her age as 72, which is also a surprise. In any case, they included a quote by Kasey Rogers in which she recounted a story about Sandra Gould once confronting two men who were stealing a TV out of someone's house. They took one look at her and said, "Oh my gosh! It's Mrs. Kravitz!" and took off! - In my previous post, when I addressed Jeff and Ron, it should have been Jeff and Rod. Sorry about that, Rod. It was a slip of the finger.

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Sunday, December 19, 1999

Rod: Welcome to the board! Left Hand of God is EXCELLENT, and AM is in it quite a bit. Incidentally, her own mother liked this movie too! In AM's bio there is a story of how, while a visitor at AM's farm, a guest overheard AM's mother telling AM that she'd watched "Left Hand of God" on TV the night before and then added "Really Agnes, you were very good." Now, as for your feelings on Larry Tate, what's wrong w/Larry? I love Larry! Larry is so honestly greedy! It's refreshing. I especially like the time Derwood said "Larry, did you know when you talk about money your eyes light up?" Larry responded: "Of course, I'm a greedy person." Then there is my all time fave Larry moment, when he tells Sam and Dumbo that he's wanted to control the world since he was a little boy! Face it Larry is loveable! Mary: Yes, I've seen the lawn episode, did you notice when you saw it that the number on Sam and Dustbin's house was wrong? And there was no need for it either, since 1164 could have been changed to 1194.....P.S. Endora got blamed for that prank, but it was really Arthur....as Endora herself once said in regards to a garage door, "If I were starved for entertainment I could certainly come up w/something better than that!"

Skip


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Sunday, December 19, 1999

Argo's Friend: Thanks for posting that 'Entertainment Tonight' would show Christmas scenes from 'Bewitched'. I watched it and was thoroughly disappointed. They mentioned they would be doing this feature as soon as the show started, mentioned it again half-way through as a "coming up" story, just before going to a commercial, and in the end, it was shown very quickly during the end credits, and you know what that means: the screen is reduced to less than half so that the local station can advertise what's on later this evening (as if we couldn't check the bloody TV Guide if we really cared!!!) Anyway, it was a disappointment. - Endora: What is 'The Left Hand of God' like? I taped it yesterday but have not yet had time to watch it. - Jeff and Ron: I agree about Alice Pearce. She was great. There's a really good TV Guide article from December 1965 about her. It's in Vic's page. Alice's Gladys was genuinely interested in forming a neighbourly bond with Samantha, but she was put off by the 'strange happenings' she so often witnessed which no one else would corroborate. Sandra Gould's Gladys, on the other hand, was just out to get Samantha. Alice Pearce would never have called in the Air Force or the zoo or Johnson's Jungle Isle.

Jeff H


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Sunday, December 19, 1999

Rod: I loved your comment - Gladys Kravitz a lone (shrill) voice crying in the wilderness. I'm still laughing about it AND how very true!! I never thought of Gladys being the one on the ball, but she really was. I love the Alice Pierce Gladys because she seems to genuinely like Samantha. There is a friendship there that we don't see with the Sandra Gould character. More "hateful" is the perfect way to desribe that relationship.

Rod


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Saturday, December 18, 1999

Breen and SCH, Thanks! Well, I'm a 35-year-old US man who cut his teeth on 'Bewitched' ( and am afraid I've seen the Sandra Gould years more than Miss Pearce's). I don't think Miss Gould's Gladys is 'hateful' ( unlike IMO Larry Tate who, no matter how hard I try, I can't STAND) but she *was* a bit more broad in her characterization. It seemed to me that *both* Gladyses were more intelligent than *any* of the other mortals on the show! ( e.g. How many times did LT or that pain-in-the-neck Mrs. Stevens see things and *buy* Sam's alibis? Gladys *never* did but she was a lone (shrill)voice crying in the wilderness! BTW, I don't know if you all know this but in Real Life Abner and Gladys #2 got along like a house on fire because they had been old showbiz cronies from the time George Tobias had literally babysat Sandra Gould backstage! Also, let me say, that, apart from Miss Gould being shorter than average and using that shrill voice in character, she was actually somewhat attractive ! P.S. I just happened upon this Message Board yesterday so forgive me if I'm repeating what might have already been stated and Happy Belated Birthday Princess!

Breen from London


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Saturday, December 18, 1999

Rod: I really enjoyed your opinion on what Glady's and Abner's past lives might have been.

**SCH**


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Saturday, December 18, 1999

ROD: I share in your theory of Gladys Kravitz (K - R - A - V - I - T - Z) of the Sandra Gould development of the character. However, Alice Pearce's Gladys Kravitz is more humanistic and less (shall I say?) 'hateful'. By the by........tell us about 'you', Rod.

Mary


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Saturday, December 18, 1999

I love Bewitched. Did anyone see the episode about the artificial grass on the lawn?

Lucy
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Saturday, December 18, 1999

Belated birthday wishes to Princess and Broph! Unfortunately I have not had much time to surf the net in the last couple of weeks, as I had my final exams. However, that did not stop me from watching the Bewitched Marathon of course! I especially enjoyed seeing the black and white episodes! Anyway, I sadly depart this lovely country in about 18 hours, back to England for the Christmas holidays! It will be nice to see my family and friends again after 4 months, but I am sad, as I realise that half of my year in America is already over! I have found out this semester that the phrase is true; time flies when you're having fun! I may not have my regular internet access during the next month (of course I say that every holiday and then spend more time on here than ever!). But anyway, just in case, everyone have a merry, and safe, Christmas and millenium celebration; and I'll be back in January, providing that all the computers on the face of the planet don't melt on January 1 !! See ya! :o)

Rod


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Friday, December 17, 1999

I always thought that Mrs. Kravitz was the most interesting mortal on the show! My guess is that Abner had worked in a rather tedious but reliable job (maybe as an accountant). My guess is that he worked very hard for decades for the purpose of being able to have a nice, quiet retirement in a peaceful neighborhood. Gladys,OTOH, had spent her most of their earlier married life alone in their New York brownstone apartment but had had a very active life by stirring up all kinds of gossip and intrigue amongst their neighbors. For her, the move to Morning Glory Circle was torture and she, frankly, bored out of her mind at the prospect of spending her entire life doing housework and watching Abner practice his cello and golf putts! The Stephens' move couldn't have come at a better time for their neighbor!

Endora
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Friday, December 17, 1999

How not to lose your head is one of my favorites, some sterling Endora moments in that one! I especially enjoy the scene where she hypnotises the guard, typically fantastic acting by AM there! I also love her pink outfit.

Big Dave


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Friday, December 17, 1999

Watching the first part of 'How Not to Lose Your Head to Henry VIII' was such a breath of fresh air from watching the episodes that precede it. It seemed all three (EM, DS, AM) were having a lot of fun. It also seemed that DS wasn't as cranky in this episode. It's too bad there aren't many better episodes after these two in the eighth season. All I can say is that I'm excited to see b&w episodes again.

Jude
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Friday, December 17, 1999

Hi all! Maryon: That was Cousin Edgar, played by Arte Johnson. Skip: Glad to know i'm not the only fascinated by set design.(I personally thought the Brady house was most bizarre in terms of the outside/inside not matching, but this is off topic)Everyone: loved the side by side comparison of the truth spell episodes last night. The B/W comes off as far superior and Darrin/Endora's relationship was friendly adversarial, not the open hostility it was during the Dick Sargent years.

Mark


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Friday, December 17, 1999

Favorite episode last night " Speak the Truth" Least favorite episode "Laugh, Clown Laugh & Paris, Witches Style" Kind of sad that this is the last night of the marathon. I doubt I will stay up till 3 in the morning to watch Bewitched. I will tape it occasionally to satisfy my Bewitched fix.

Broph
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Friday, December 17, 1999

TVNUTT - The "Hawthorne" that Sam and Darrin go into was actually shot in California, as were the hotel interiors (the hotel has been remodeled, but the restaurant that is shown isn't quite like the real "Nathaniel's"). The corner that you see in Boston - most likely the one at Park St. Station not too far from the State House, wasn't used, though from an angle coming up Tremont from Gvt. Center it might look a bit like that (back in Colonial days, most major cities had a grassy "common" area - Boston's was used for cow grazing and Boston's streets follow the old cow paths). The one shot in CA looks even more like the real one in Salem (the Hawthorne looks different, but the proximity to Salem Commons is quite similar) - as you would be looking up Hawthorne Blvd. from the wharf area.

maryon
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Thursday, December 16, 1999

Does anyone know the name of the character who played the little elf or pixie man who, (I think) was Samantha's cousin that liked her and disliked Darin?

maryon
am


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Thursday, December 16, 1999

Does anyone know the name of the character who played the little elf or pixie man who, (I think) was Samantha's cousin that liked her and disliked Darin?

Argo's Friend


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Thursday, December 16, 1999

Tomorrow, Friday, Dec. 17th, on Entertainment Tonight (syndicated), there will be a story about Christmas on Bewitched. (Length of story unknown)

tvnutt


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Thursday, December 16, 1999

Hey Broph! Thanks for clearing up the Salem stuff but I just watched The Salem Saga. The Hawthorne Hotel that Sam and Darrin go into after coming back from HO7G, was that street scene and hotel front shot in Salem or Boston? The street almost looks like it's near the Boston Commons where I walk by 3 days a week when heading for class. Also the interiors of the hotel room, that was shot in CA? I guess they used a blue screen of Boston because it looked very convincing. I just find it hard to believe that they would fly Ron out there to do a few scenes but he did a lot for Screen Gems so maybe he did go out there. He never mentioned the Salem eps in the interview.

Skip


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Thursday, December 16, 1999

Ron G: There's a decent one on Vic's page. It's part of a December 1965 TV Guide article. The address is: http://members.tripod.com/~bewitchsam/pearce.html

Ron G
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Thursday, December 16, 1999

anyone having a clear picture of the OLD Gladys Kravits (the black and white one) Please send it to me via jpeg or gif as I would like to have a copy of it for a gift for someone. Thanks, R

Skip


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Thursday, December 16, 1999

Jude: The 'Bewitched' house set has forever fascinated me. I absolutely love it. The downstairs was always logical in my mind (except for the kitchen window with a view of flowers and gardens; the view should really be of the inside of the garage). I too noticed the changes in closets/bathrooms in the den, and the closet/basement/laundry room from the kitchen. Also, in the first season, the part-wall between the kitchen and dining area did not go right up to the ceiling; it ended at the top of the pass-through opening; above that, there was nothing. Later they continued that wall up to the 'ceiling' (or as high up as the camera went). The upstairs puzzled me for years. It wasn't logical, except for the master bedroom. I learned many years later that the upstairs was actually nothing (or at least, very little). The bedrooms were actually separate sets off to the side of the kitchen. But, in at least one episode I can think of (the "Serena Strikes Again" 2-parter), the camera follows Samantha right into the bedroom, and it is so cleverly filmed that you wouldn't imagine its actual location was not upstairs. Anyway, I'm rambling, because you brought up a topic that's always fascinated me about that show. Regarding the kitchen stairs, Samantha does start to climb them in the episode "Samantha's Magic Potion" (#212), but obviously she doesn't go all the way up, since it isn't a real staircase. I always wondered where that staircase led up there. I have previously admitted publicly how disappointed I was as an adult to learn that the 'Bewitched' house was not a real house, but a set. I don't know whether this is more a testimony of my naivete or of the perfect craftsmanship and eye for detail of the Screen Gems set builders. Probably a little of both!

Breen from London


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Thursday, December 16, 1999

Oh dear. Now I've forgotton Broph's birthday. I'm a day late, so have a Belated Happy Birthday Wish. (Now if I had Samantha's powers I could go back in time and wish Broph a Happy Birthday yesterday, but then I'd lose my memory and forget what I was going to say.)

Big Dave


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Thursday, December 16, 1999

FINALS ARE OVER!! YEAH!!! Now that I got that out of my system I have something important to relay of what I found in the tv listings on MSN.com. According to their schedule the episode of BW listed for January 4 on Nick-at-Nite is "I, Darrin, Take This Witch, Samantha."!! and then the rest of the b&w's are listed practically through the month of January!! I hope this is true because there are a lot of b&w that I haven't seen. It's all the wishing we've been doing that's caused this, you know. The only let down is that they've put BW an hour later in the evening. So we need to keep wishing and praying that NAN wakes up and realizes that BW needs to start off the evening rather than finishing it.

Rita


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Thursday, December 16, 1999

Don't forget to VOTE FOR BEWITCHED on Nick at Nites site as your favorite show at: http://www.nick-at-nite.com/mtm/

Mark


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Thursday, December 16, 1999

I also liked "Its Wishcraft" directed by the late Alice Pearce's husband. The confrontation between Endora & Mrs Stephens was great- too bad that some of the dialogue from those scenes were cut out. Well I guess we can't have everything- which reminds me of an Endora to Darrin quote from season 6 "Samantha's Better Halves": "Why don't you open the patio door and light a fire, that way you have everthing"

kandee


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Thursday, December 16, 1999

I love to watch bewitch. I wish that it could be aired again with tabitha older. It would probab;y be hard to find people to play the parts of the orginal actors. The originals ones were great

Jude
jhc86@netzero.net


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Thursday, December 16, 1999

Hi All! Watching this morning's SGN gave me a question: Ever notice how Sam and Darrin's house changes so often during the course of the show? Aunt Clara comes through the cellar--other times, its just a broom closet, another time it's a fully set up laundry room! Darrin's den has a full bath with shower in first season--it's a closet by season three, referred to as a bathroom again later in the run, then a closet again in the DS era. There is a new closet in the hall by season 4 but its gone by season 7 or 8. And of course, the remodeled kitchen in season 7 with new staircase(which was never mentioned by anyone on the show?) And just how many bedrooms did they have? Sam and Darrin's bedroom is remodeled for season three--there is Tabitha's nursery, and at least 1 guest room. Later, Tabitha has her own room(possibly the old guest room?), Adam takes over the nursery and is there yet another guest room that appears from nowhere? Anything else anybody noticed about the set?

Mark


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Thursday, December 16, 1999

Besides "Serena Stops the Show" I did not like too many of the episodes in last night's marathon. Hey everybody: The Bewitched & Elizabeth Montgomery Site is all Christmased Up!

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Wednesday, December 15, 1999

Guys - thanks for the birthday wishes! I got a few electronic cards today - I guess that's the way things are going. As far as the Salem episodes go - they did use a lot of exteriors, such as the police station and the House of 7 Gables, but the interiors were done completely in California. When you see Sam and Darrin leave HO7G you see that the street dead-ends right at the water - that's real! There is a real Hawthorne Motor Inn (now the Hawthorne Hotel), but it doesn't really look like that - but you can catch a glimpse of it: when Sam and Darrin are driving from the HO7G back to the Hawthorne (which is an easy walk - only tourists would drive!), just before they take the left-hand turn they pass the Hawthorne (it's on the left side of the screen) - it's funny to see them taking a left-hand turn AWAY from the Hawthorne, only to complete the turn by pulling up IN FRONT of the Hawthorne (facing the wrong way for traffic, too!). BTW, there are some exteriors that aren't real - the Paul Revere statue and the "Boston Common" (which is not where the real statue is located anyway) were both done in CA.

Jeff H


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Wednesday, December 15, 1999

Princess and Broph: HAPPY BIRTHDAY FRIENDS!!!!!! Everyone: I'm also interested to know also if the real House of Seven Gables was used in the episodes? What a great question TVNUTT!! It looks authentic to me, but then Screen Gems made most things look real. Everyone have a happy Marathon night. I'll watch about the first two episodes and then let the vcr take over from there!

Edwina
e.haselberger@worldnet.att.net


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Wednesday, December 15, 1999

Brophy: Happy Bewitching Birthday to you....... Gee what a Birthday week you get! A Bewitched Marathon..... What Joy! What Bliss!(BFE)

Sue L.


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Wednesday, December 15, 1999

I liked the episode Three Wishes- EM & AM looked good there. Darrin looked bedraggled when he came in. Sam really gave the cold shoulder to him. What else? The Phrase Is Familiar. Darrin just says hi to Tabitha. DS not DY. I watched 4 episodes only. I like the earlier episodes. I share the same b'day w/ Tabatha. 1/13- Broph you share the same b'day as Tab & me too. I'll tell you my age if you tell me yours? women don't like to tell either. BUT when we hit a certain age-we don't tell. My hubby likes EM or did in Mrs. Sundance. That was before he met me. I like the BW marathon! Next week is MTM? I would like to see MTM. BW marathon is good!

Ling Ling


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Wednesday, December 15, 1999

Broph: HAPPY HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Wednesday, December 15, 1999

Broph: Many many many happy returns of your day. I hope it is as special as you are! TVNUTT: I'll let Broph answer your Salem questions since he is a native. In fact he was born there, and on the same day as Tabitha. That is to say, on the same day as Tabitha was born on Bewitched, NOT on the same day as Erin & Diane Murphy!

Big Dave


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Wednesday, December 15, 1999

Broph: Happy Birthday to you! I hope it's wonderful! tvnutt: The lady referred to in that episode is actually Mr. Kravitz's sister (hence, the reason she is called 'Ms. Kravitz'). This character was introduced in the episode 'Follow That Witch' because Alice Pearce, who played Gladys Kravitz, was ill and died shortly thereafter from cancer. Everyone: Previously I had posted that I wouldn't like to see the b&w episodes colourized but I've changed my mind. After watching the similar scenes in 'Three Wishes' and 'Help, Help, Don't Save Me' of Samantha packing whilst invisible I began thinking that 'yes' I would like to see Samantha and Darrin bump into each other in color, see Serena's first appearance in color, and all the rest of them, in color. If someone were to colorize them it wouldn't mean the end of seeing b&w's, it would only mean a new way to view these episodes in addition to seeing them in b&w...I loved yesterday in 'the Phrase is Familiar' when Dolphin is trying to take Larry's coat off when Larry is temporarily 'frozen' and he asks Samantha, "Will he break?" What a morbid thought! This is one of the episodes that I haven't seen since probably kindergarten but I have always remembered it because I remember thinking when the baseball uniforms appear that this would be when everyone would find out about Sam's supernatural abilities.

tvnutt


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Wednesday, December 15, 1999

Happy Birthday all! I watched one of the bewitched eps., a b&w with Richard Dreyfuss as a warlock. I liked that episode, any reason why it featured Mrs. Kravitzes sister and not Mrs. Kravitz? I saw the Salem eps. today, Jeff sent me a tape. Thanks Jeff! Does anyone know if the inside of the House of The Seven Gables was actually used? I've been to Salem and you'd think I'd know. Also, the hotel, was that a set constructed back in Hollywood?

Mark


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Wednesday, December 15, 1999

Ooops... what I meant to say is DY aged from "Three Wishes" from season three and "To Twitch or Not To Twitch" from season four. Sorry.

Mark


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Wednesday, December 15, 1999

Watched the marathon last night--many many Endora/DY hilarious moments. I must say "Three Wishes" stands out. The lighting in that episode is beautiful. The outdoor patio scene with AM/EM in particular. Liz looked beautiful in this one. By watching the episodes this way, you can see the many changes of Liz. DY aged so much between "Three Wishes" and "The Moment of Trust" from the 3rd and 4th seasons. The many differances also stand out between the DY and DS episodes also.

The Princess
myladybug@prodigy.net


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Wednesday, December 15, 1999

Hi Everyone! I just popped in to wish Broph a very happy birthday today and I find that I owe a big "thank you" for my own birthday wishes from yesterday, so here goes: THANK YOU! My birthday was great Broph: Happy birthday! I hope your day is filled with friends, love, and no talk of Y2K! Jenny: Good to see you, Girlfriend! How ya doin'?

**SCH**
rangerz@otbnet.com


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Wednesday, December 15, 1999

THREATS??????? Am I getting THREATS from my own cousin about forgetting PRINCESS' birthday???? IN that case, I sincerely apologize for failing to notice and hope that you had a Bewitching Birthday!!!!!!!!!!!

Jenny


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Wednesday, December 15, 1999

Hi there Princess, a very "HAPPY BIRTHDAY" to you!!

Edwina
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Tuesday, December 14, 1999

Princess: Hope your Birthday is very decadent. Happy Birthday....See you... So did you get that vacuum cleaner? Bewitched is in Marathon...what a Birthday Week for you! .... Hi All! Stay Bewitched Everyone! (BFE)

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Tuesday, December 14, 1999

Princess - may you have the happiest of birthdays - how the heck have you been and what is going on?!

Breen from London


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Tuesday, December 14, 1999

Is it your birthday Princess? I didn't know. Have a happy birthday.

Sue L.


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Tuesday, December 14, 1999

In the episodes where Jonathon is shown is Accidental twins, and the episode where Maurice thinks that the baby is his warlock grandson. And one more I think, where Sam & Louise trade places. I think that Maurice was funny because he really thought the baby was his grandson. AND I agree that the Tate's did not show concern for the child that much, he was referred to but did not have any other episodes. Does anyone know the URL for the Sam song?

Sue L.


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Tuesday, December 14, 1999

Last night the episode of Sam's Curious Cravings. When Sam was in Dr Anton's office saying she run out of pills. He was quick to say that it was too late for that. The look on Sam's face. You know quite well what he was refering to, but she was telling him that it was not those kind of pills. If that was funny, it was not funny. But I guess in TV there is a poetic license.

Big Dave


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Tuesday, December 14, 1999

Yes, Happy Birthday, Princess! Everyone: I wasn't able to watch the marathon last night because I had to work. But I did catch 'Sam's Psychic Slip' which aired later. I enjoy that episode mainly because of Serena but also because Dr. Bombay. I laugh everytime when Serena tells Darrin that they'll just have to wait for Dr. Bombay to come and cure Sam and he asks, "What are we going to do in the mean time?" and she says, "We'll think of something." and she darts her eyes downward. She is so saucy!

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Tuesday, December 14, 1999

Happy Birthday Princess!

Endora
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Tuesday, December 14, 1999

Jude: Herbie Pilato is supposed to be working on a bio of EM "witch" I will be anxious to read! I know he'll do an excellent job! Everyone: Last night I dreamed I met AM at the radio station I volunteer with and had sneaked off to type my impressions of her to y'all when suddenly she walked in and started reading what I was writing (fortunately it was cleaner than most of my posts about her!) Naturally this meant I had to tell her what the board was and who all of you were, in the dream she expressed surprise that there was still such a level of interest in BW all these years later. Of course I woke up shortly thereafter but at least now you can all consider yourselves properly introduced to the Goddess!

Jude
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Tuesday, December 14, 1999

Hi All! Good to see BW in primetime for a change and a B/w episode as well. Fave Endora quote: "I regret slightly my transgression of the other day" Also to who asked about Jonathan Tate: he is first seen as a baby in the second season when Maurice thinks he is the new grandchild he's been waiting for! I'll admit though, Larry and Louise don't come off as concerned parents since Jonathan is hardly seen, but that's the writers to blame. Can anybody answer this question: What music was Jimmy Haskell and Van alexander responsible for? I know Warren Barker is responsible for most of the theme renditions, but what are they responsible for? Also: Is Herbie J. Pilato dping a new edition of "The Bewitched Book"?

Mark


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Tuesday, December 14, 1999

Favorite Endora quotes from last nights marathon: "Pay no attention to him Esmeralda, he's one of those low grade mortals" "I think the whole affair has become a crashing boar!" Looking forward to tonights marathon even thoug they are same episodes N@N aired on the last marathon. Nice to see BW on a normal time, though.

Mark
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Tuesday, December 14, 1999


**SCH**


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Monday, December 13, 1999

let's ALL fly over to www.nickatnite.com and VOTE, VOTE, VOTE for Bewitched to be the favorite show!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Endora
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Monday, December 13, 1999

Where is everyone? Don't tell me the marathon's started already! I'm really looking forward to tomorrow night, all Endora, all eight episodes.....what more could a girl ask for?

TITUBA


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Monday, December 13, 1999

One more...Mark: Haven't made it to Suncoast yet, my damn broom back-fired and bucked me off at Toys R Us! But I do plan to get there soon and will fill you in!

TITUBA


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Monday, December 13, 1999

Skip: that is a classic moment indeed! Endora: I understand that one of our beloved pachyderms is moving to your area (Ft. Worth Zoo?) Her name is Angel and she lost her companion (Bertha) due to old age. It was a very sad day for us. This is not BW related - sorry.

Skip


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Saturday, December 11, 1999

Big Dave: I literally have not seen "Mixed Doubles" in at least 20 years, but even after all this time, I recall with fondness Dr. Bombay asking Samantha to "repeat after me: Willy Warlock walked away with Wally Walrus." Samantha dutifully obeys, and with a stern lookon his face, he tells her "Again." Samantha repeats it once more, then asks him what is supposed to happen, to which the good doc chuckles, "Nothing. But it's my favourite tongue-twister." A classic Bombay moment.

Big Dave


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Saturday, December 11, 1999

What an interesting episode "Mixed Doubles" is! First of all we see Jonathan Tate again (besides this episode and "Accidental Twins" do we seem him in any others?), everybody thinking Louise is Samantha and Samantha popping in & out of her house and the Tate's. I agree with Scott Viets a.k.a. The Bewitched Critic in his review of this episode when he said it would've been fun to see Louise ACTUALLY playing the role of the confused Samantha who doesn't know how she woke up in Louise's bed. Hearing Dr. Bombay ask Endora if she wants to come back to his place was a little bit of a shock! Who knew this whole time that the witch doctor really wanted to be playing around -"a round"- of golf with Endora!!

TITUBA


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Friday, December 10, 1999

OOoo Endora...isn't 8:00pm a little early for the witching hour? You really do need to come to Reno....the witching hour is when everybody is just getting started!

Jude
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Friday, December 10, 1999

Hi All! Thanks to julia and edwina for your lovely e-mails! About the episode where Darrin has three wishes--I love this for it is a rare time when Darrin actually has the power to get rid of Endora...and she knows it!! Look at AM's genuine look of terror when Darrin almost banishes her permanently! About the BW marathon, my TV guide lists at least 4 b/w episodes. Can anybody confirm this on the board?

Mark


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Friday, December 10, 1999

Watched "Samantha and the Troll" from season 7 the other night. Pretty good episode, I haven't seen it in a while. DS not too sarcastic in this one and Liz looked like she enjoyed playing Serena in this one more so than playing Sam. Her hair gets sort of reddish blond toward the end of this season and she grows looking alittle more tired. I remember how bad the final episodes of season 7 get.. e.g. Mony Happy Returns, Laugh Clown Laugh, Samantha & the Antique Doll, just to name a few. I do like the interior sets in those 1970-1972 years, though.

Endora
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Friday, December 10, 1999

Last night I went to my first Christmas party of the season. For the festivities, our host had reserved the bar area of a local restaurant from 5:30 til 8:00. When we arrived the manager of the establishment told us the party had to break up exactly at 8 as there was a second group coming in right after ours. So at five of 8 the guy who was throwing the party stood up, got everyone's attention and said: "OK guys, it's 7:55, five minutes til the witching hour...oops, sorry Endora. I mean five minutes til we have to leave." It was hilarious! He actually put his hand over his mouth, gasped and blushed when he said "witching hour"! Then after he got done w/his announcement he came over and apologized to me AGAIN for "saying that". It reminded me of the EM story in Herbie Pilato's book! I laughed all the way home!

Broph
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Friday, December 10, 1999

Off-Topic Post: It's been awhile, so here's an off-topic post. On Tuesday, December 14, be sure to tune in to "Port Charles" (check local listings). It will be the first of 5 scheduled appearances of Erin Gray (from Buck Rogers and Silver Spoons). I haven't watched the soap myself, but as many of you know, I do like promoting pet projects. There's even a feedback page for the show here: http://boards.go.com/cgi/abc/Request.dll?LIST&room=a_PC__General_Co. (you should include the period in the URL). Now the surprise ending (for some it won't be much of a surprise): I had met Erin Gray a year and a half ago on the day I met Erin Murphy (Tabitha on Bewitched) - it was great - 2 Erins, no waiting. Thanks for reading the post, and if you can, check out the show.

Endora
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Friday, December 10, 1999

Jeff: Derweed show Endora up? NEVER! Although I must admit he was absolutely right when he said he didn't need Endora to make a fool out of him, he was more than capable of doing it himself!

Sue L.


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Friday, December 10, 1999

I remember Mary the Good Fairy episode. Mary did get a bit tipsy on the brandy. Imogene Coca was so good as Mary. The outfit with wings & ballet slippers could have been a little more mature for a tooth fairy.

Jeff H


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Thursday, December 9, 1999

TVNUTT: The episode shown Tuesday on SGN was from the third season where Endora gives Darrin three wishes. It's believed that Darrin wishes himself to Boston with a beautiful model, the airport gets fogged in so he has to spend a night in a hotel, etc. I love that episode because its one of the few times that he shows Samantha and Endora up . . . for once "Darrin knows Best"!!! The SGN is showing Bewitched shows they previously showed 3 months ago. . . what's up with that. We all know there are 9 months of Bewitched shows before we have to see a repeat. Are they getting lazy??? Have they given up on their "network idea"???

Big Dave


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Thursday, December 9, 1999

I looked in my Bewitched book yesterday to see what episode precedes 'Mary the Good Fairy' and frankly it (Mother-in-Law of the Year)was shocking. That episode is one of my favorites because it is so fun to see AM playing Samantha and especially seeing EM playing Endora. She seemed to be having a lot of fun and it wasn't noticeable that she had given up on the series.

Mark


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Thursday, December 9, 1999

Tituba: Let me know how you made out. Good Luck.

TITUBA


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Wednesday, December 8, 1999

Mark: Yes, thanks for that piece of info....I am heading to my local SunCoast as we speak!

Big Dave


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Wednesday, December 8, 1999

Mark: Thanks for the info. I forgot to mention in my previous post the issue of the cardboard and glitter wings. But at the same time in the first part Mrs. Kravitz tells Abner that Mrs. Stephens is wearing fake wings but then she flies. Maybe the props crew had them put that line in their just so they could make fun of themselves.

Mark


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Wednesday, December 8, 1999

Big dave; I thing it was a Samantha doll, I saw it in the Barbie store. I know what you mean about the Mary the Good Fairy episode. Part two is even worse. That costume she wore could have been nicer, after all, they were all professionals and the costume was cheesy, especially the wings. That episode is midway in season 7 just when I believe her attitude took a turn for the worse. If you look at the episode guide, after the Salem episodes, her her mood changed. That look she gave Sydney was a 360 degree look than those of seasons 1-6.

Big Dave


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Wednesday, December 8, 1999

Mark: Was that Bewitched Barbie doll you were speaking of a Mattel Barbie doll (as in Barbie and Ken) or was it just a doll of Samantha? Broph: Thanks for the info. Maybe you should suggest to the Hawthorne that they should produce a set of 30th Anniversary Bewitched in Salem videos since the 30th anniversary of the airing of those episodes comes up next September....I must say that watching "Mary the Good Fairy" was a little disheartening because it seemed to me to be the point when you could really see that Liz was bored of playing Samantha and that she wanted to move on. At the end of the first parter they pause on her angry face when it seems she is about to hit Sydney with her magic wand for a comment he made which I don't feel was a very Samantha like move. More like a DS version of Derweed. But on the positive side she was a bit snippity with Durwood when he wakes her up and she tells him to "BE QUIET!" It was also cute at the beginning when Tabatha wants her mother to pull her tooth out and Sam is digusted at the idea. My other gripe with this episode is the apparent irregard for special effects, mainly with the obvious wires on Mary. When Samantha was flying I couldn't really see them but maybe that's because Liz really could fly...I mentioned this during the summer but the Reducealtor outfit makes an appearance in "Muppets From Space" toward the end. Sam R: Yeah, you're gonna want to send some of them meatballs my way. I'm sure they're heavenly and I enjoy a good meatball every now and then...

Jenny


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Wednesday, December 8, 1999

Skip: It's nice to see you, Jeff and everybody again and thank you very much for posting the url. I really enjoyed seeing Vic's webpage and all the updates he's done since I was last there.

Mark


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Wednesday, December 8, 1999

I saw 2 Bewitched related items while Christmas shoppiing the other day. SunCoast Videos here in the east coast has a metal Bewitched lunch box. It has the cartoon witch on the front, it was $13.00 and then saw a Bewitched Barbie doll complete with hat & cape. It did not look like Liz but it was pretty cool. Hope all is well, looking forward to the Bewitched marathon next week minus some season 8 episodes.

Endora
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Wednesday, December 8, 1999

Sam R: Funny you should mention Bette Davis, she was a friend of AM's and a frequent guest at AM's annual Birthday/Christmas bashes! And Edwina's right, Fedex will transport anything! Broph: You're such a stickler for details (hee hee). But you're right, the "real" Hawthorne is much nicer (inside and out) than the faux Hawthorne shown in the Salem episodes!

Broph
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Wednesday, December 8, 1999

Big Dave - I don't know of any Salem locations that sell the Salem episodes of Bewitched. In fact, other than just using the term "Bewitched" on t-shirts and billboards (the city tells you as you come back from the airport that you'll have a "bewitching time"), there aren't many stores that seem to even reference the show - there's one t-shirt place and a used-clothing store called Samantha's that has a drawing of an attractive witch not unlike EM. The Hawthorne does have some pictures and memorabilia from the Bewitched visit, though their shop has only sold that one poster in October. I'm not sure what they think of the representation of the hotel in the episodes (the rooms aren't like the ones Sam and Darrin had, Darrin drove on the left side of the road when he parked with the bedwarmer - trust me, if you saw the road you'd see what a promble that would be and the outside of the real Hawthorne is a little less severe and a bit more colorful than the episode's Hawthorne). It's amazing how the "park" that's next to the Hawthorne in the episode is close to "The Commons" which is next to the real Hawthorne.

Edwina
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Wednesday, December 8, 1999

Sam R: Wellllllll,There is always Federal Express! Just because I can't find them (alas, sigh almost hopeless)..... doesn't mean you can't....Hi all! Stay Bewitched! (BFE)

tvnutt


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Wednesday, December 8, 1999

Hey guys! What was the SGN episode of Bewitched about on Tues. 12/7? I forgot to set the vcr! Hey, I didn't know that the Columbia house eps. weren't completely restored. Boy oh Boy! I have a friend in Australia and they get Nick at Nite but it's completely different than ours. It shows a lot of Australian classic tv but also shows American stuff like Bob Newhart and The Ghost and MRs. Muir. Uncutt because they don't break for commercial. Unbelieveable.The countdown to the N@N Bewitched marathon continues.

LARRY TATE
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Tuesday, December 7, 1999

tvnutt the tapes you will find @ www.ebay.com are tapes people bought from screen gems or columbiahouse & later decided to sell them on ebay , so there is no copyright infringement.ebay or columbiahouse are still your best bet if you don't mind paying a little more as the quality is far superiour to any dub you might get from any other source unless you get a super vhs dub but then you need a super vhs machine to play it on.if you enroll in columbia house's bewitched the collecter's edition then they will make you buy the first tape for $3.95 which is wonderful i might add & then allow you to skip to vol.# 14.buy the way larry never saw serena until the HHH episode which is why he did't believe louise when she told him that it was serena.

Jeff H


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Tuesday, December 7, 1999

Thanks Skip for giving Jenny Vic's address for me, I didn't make it to the board last night. I hope that both of you are doing great!!!! I watched the SGN Bewitched today and was impressed with the set of the hotel room in Boston. They put a BIBLE of all things next to the phone, as well as a card on the door handle. As you can tell, they paid attention to all the details back then. And in today's show, Samantha couldn't have looked more beautiful, she was even in her flying suit!!!! Have a great evening everyone!

Sam R
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Tuesday, December 7, 1999

JUDE & JEFF H: I wholeheartedly agree with you both. So well I remember those butchered versions of BW that TBS did, Jane Fonda should have had a little chat with her dear Ted, as I recall, he had a thing against B&W movies and TV shows...how silly. Bette Davis was right...! ENDORA & EDWINA: Guess what? I'm making Porcupine Balls tonight...too bad that you both could not be here so I could share them with you. Alas, the sorrow of it all!!

Jude
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Tuesday, December 7, 1999

Endora: don't you just love that name!! If you want to know where I live in LA, e-mail me privately. Who knows, maybe will get to the Baton Rouge thing someday! :) (tinka,tinka,tee)--Bye for now!

Jude
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Tuesday, December 7, 1999

Hi All! My point about the edited episodes is that not even the Columbia House videos nor the screen Gems Home Video versions of bewitched are fully restored--which got me disgusted! I would one day like to see Bewitched like it originally ran on ABC in the 60's in primetime--with each theme song restored to its proper season and even the end credits that sometime showed Sam and Darrin riding on a cloud. Until then, nobody is getting the full Bewitched experience. Thank God for Wendy's site and Vic's page to help relive some of those wonderful memories. today's SGN show had two complete scenes missing! I felt like I'm watching a 15 min short instead of a 25 min episode.(Sighs in sadness over what CT has done to the show)

Big Dave


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Tuesday, December 7, 1999

Broph: I was wondering if any of the businesses out in Salem, especially such places as the Hawthorne sell the Salem episodes on video? If not you should suggest it to them....

Skip


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Tuesday, December 7, 1999

Jenny, I'm not Jeff, but here it is: members.aol.com/BewitchVic/main.html Jeff: Sorry for reading your mail!

Jenny


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Tuesday, December 7, 1999

Jeff H: can you post the url to Vic's page for me? I lost it and miss reading his page (not to mention viewing the twinkling stars). Thanks in advance! :-)

Broph
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Tuesday, December 7, 1999

Ooops, forgot to add the second message - happy birthday to Agnes Moorehead! Now, Endora - where is that cake?!

Broph
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Monday, December 6, 1999

Welcome newcomers! I can't imagine a place that newcomers wouldn't be equally able to share their thoughts, ideas, etc. It wasn't that long ago that I was new to this board. I think you'll find a good group of people here, though some may take leaves of absences for awhile (though I don't post every day, I do read the board every day). Don't worry if you don't get a response to a question right away - we sure don't know EVERYTHING, but people around here help when they can. Yes, I live right by Salem - I was born in the city and go through there twice a day on my way to and from work (I can hear Endora getting jealous from here). It's a terrific city to visit any time you get a chance. Now in the meantime, I'll be in and out a bit - Y2K is almost upon us and there are some worried execs who need some calming! TTFN.

Jeff H


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Monday, December 6, 1999

Hi Everyone: When Nick at Nite started in the mid-1980's they didn't edit any episodes of any show. I have tapes of the Donna Reed Show, My Three Sons and others that are the most beautiful prints I have ever seen in syndication. They did a beautiful job back then, and even bragged that they only showed un-cut episodes. Unfortunatetly like most businesses, they found it more profitable to cram in more commercials. Since Nick at Night usually runs the same episode twice in the evening, why don't they do one edited and then one unedited later in the evening to give true fans what they want (Nick- are you listening to us, WE ARE YOUR VIEWERS!!!)

Ryan


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Monday, December 6, 1999

Maybe this will make everyone fill better... ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The editing of I Love Lucy has been going on since Spring of 1996. Nick at Nite showed Lucy uncut for 2 years starting in 1994 but quite for the same reasons they edit Bewitched. Since all these marathons on Nick at Nite are all repeats they have to show the Lucy marathon uncut because thats the way it originally aired on Nick at Nite in 1994. I heard about this new network called CT that shows Classic TV all week long and unedited its suppose to debut sometime next year. I have a sampkle of that the network is rumored to be. If you want me to post it let me know.

Sam R
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Monday, December 6, 1999

Dear Ms. MOOREHEAD: I wish you a sincere very Happy Birthday in Heaven. We mere mortals celebrate with you and selfishly wish you were still with us...

tvnutt


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Monday, December 6, 1999

Hey guys! I totally wish that N@N and other stations would show unedited shows. Look at Nick, all of a sudden they're showing uncutt Lucy eps? I remember when the show started to air on Nick there was one ep. uncutt. You may remember it, Lucy and Ricky give little Ricky the drum and doctor set and little Ricky plays that one beat over and over. Well in one scene Ethel calls on Fred to the tune of the drum. I loved it and only saw once or twice when it aired on local stations(some showed the scene some didn't). It was kept when ILL began on Nick but that ep's. been on several times and that scene is cut out! Even another cable channel hacks poor M*A*S*H to death. I was in NY and went to the tv museum and watched an episode I had from the channel. They cut out a complete 5 min. scene! Not just a few camera shots but the whole scene! I've been reading my media law book and it talks about a case Monty Python had against ABC for editing the show to put in more commercials. THere should be more cases like this flooding the court system. Oh and happy B-day Agnes Moorehead. I loved her in Pollyana and that Twilight Zone ep. where the aliens make her loose her mind.

Big Dave


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Monday, December 6, 1999

Endora: What I really meant to say in my previous comment about ET and E! is that they ONLY SHOW a smattering of AM which therefore causes disturbances in the weather, and, ..... well, you know what I mean because I too think that there should be more discussed of AM. And speaking of the dear woman, HAPPY BIRTHDAY, AGNES MOOREHEAD! Bewitched would be nothing w/o '..and Agnes Moorehead as ENDORA.'

Big Dave


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Monday, December 6, 1999

tvnutt: You're right about the calibre of people that visit this board and I also want to welcome you. It seems we all keep our cool (except when Entertainment Tonight or E! doesn't show a smattering of AM in their specials...so Endora causes a few heavy thunderclouds). Other than that I'd say those that recognize the true brilliance of BW make the best people. I live in Salt Lake City, Utah when I'm not in college which is in Price Utah, two hours SE of Salt Lake. Jude: I wasn't aware of Larry meeting/seeing Serena and Samantha in the same room before 'Hippie, Hippie, Hooray!', but then again I haven't seen all the episodes. What I thought was funny in that episode is that LOUISE had seen them previously in "That Was No Chick, That Was My Wife". You would've thought she would remember or would've told Larry. But maybe in her emotional upset at seeing Samantha home when she really wasn't supposed to be there she blocked it out of her mind. Q: The episode in which Serena sings "I'll Blow You a Kiss in the Wind" is going to be included in the BW marathon on Nick-at-Nite the evening of Dec. 15.

Endora
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Monday, December 6, 1999

Sorry, it's Jude, not Mark that needs to meet me at the Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte mansion in Baton Rouge!

Endora
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Monday, December 6, 1999

HAPPY BIRTHDAY AM! I'm having chocolate cake w/lavender icing in honor of the Goddess, as well as dedicating all the music on tonights radio show to her. Oh yea, and I'm wearing purple nail polish. Mark and Jude: I completely agree. I think BW should be shown unedited and w/original station break notices. We deserve the same consideration as Lucy fans! Of course, compared to SGN N@N's edits are barely noticable! TVNUTT: I'm from Katy TX, which is just outside of Houston, but the head office of the company I work for is in Cambridge MA, and they send me up there periodically to work (though they don't seem to want to move me there permanently much to my regret!) so when that happens I stay in Salem. I also like to go to Salem in October every year for vacation. Mark: Exactly what city in LA do you live in? We might be almost neighbors, which means we'll have to meet sometime! I know, we can meet in Baton Rouge at the house AM filmed Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte in. It's still there and still open to the public. Ling Ling: Of course I would have typed for the Goddess, but AM wanted to practice. See, she hadn't gotten to use her typing spell since the time she offered to help Samantha write her play. As you can see, she's just as fast as she was then, and far more accurate!

Mark


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Monday, December 6, 1999

Jude: N@N has ALWAYS shown I Love Lucy unedited. And yes, they should give the same courtesy to Bewitched. After all, that is considered a classic series. That really gets me mad.

Jude
jhc86@netzero.net


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Monday, December 6, 1999

Hi All! TVnutt: I'm from Cajun country(SW LA.) and once I came back here full steam, people here are the best and most friendly. And thankfully, it's been flame-free! I often find newsgroups filled with obnoxious,"I'm more clever than you" types. Today SGN showed the Iffen Song episode. My question is why the writers made Larry like a simpleton who didn't remember that Sam and Serena were look-a-likes? He obviously seen both of them together before--must have been a continiutiy slip-up. Ahh, one more week til the marathon. Now, if only N@N would give Bewitched the same courtesy they are giving I Love Lucy this week--unedited!!

Mark


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Monday, December 6, 1999

Happy Birthday AM!!! Endora: I knew you would like that Kodak commercial from Vic's Page. Sorry to say I have not been watching Bewitched lately. SGN is off limits to me- I don't care what episode they are showing. N@N to my disapointment has it on like 3'o clock in the morning or something. I definately am looking forward to the marathon on N@N but I am sure they are showing the same episodes they showed during their last marathon. There are some I am not too crazy about (especially from season 8) but am glad to at least watch it during prime time. Everybody: Vic emailed me letting me know that more reviews are in the works. As soon as I see any addition to any Bewtiched Page I'll let you guys know. Once again, Happy Birthday AM!!!!!

Ling Ling


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Monday, December 6, 1999

Endora, Sam R., and Agnes Moorehead: Funny how AM played "The Girl Baritone" when she had such a soft, light, high voice! But then, she could play anything, so it doesn't surprise me! And what, Endora, are you doing handing the keyboard over to AM? You should be typing for her! BTW, since it's officially December 6th here, I must say HAPPY BIRTHDAY AGNES MOOREHEAD! Chocolate cake for everyone!

Breen from London


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Sunday, December 5, 1999

Jenna: I can only speak for myself, but I've found the people who come to this board very nice and friendly, and I've also found that newcomers are always welcome.

tvnutt


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Sunday, December 5, 1999

Hi Endora, and everyone else! If you don't mind me asking, where do you live? I actually haven in RI but it's still not far from Salem. Wasn't that Sat. crazy? I've only been there twice but never the day before Oct. 31st, so packed. We barely found a place for lunch! Did you walk through the cemetery? I know someone whose ancestor is buried there, i think he was a witch hunter. That Sat. I was there I had to take the T with my friends and we waited for it for over an hour because the schedules had changed. It's so interesting, especially that witch museum. I went ther when I was 9 and again on that Sat. and it didn't change a bit. Get spooked being down there. Did you see the vendors selling shirts with the Bewitched logo(Sam on a broom)? Oh, by the way my handle is tvnutt but my name is Jenna. Feel free to address me either way! This is such a fun board. I've been on others(obviously I'm a tvnutt) and there was a lot of hostility especially if a newcomer like me jumped right in. Thanks for making me welcome!

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Sunday, December 5, 1999

Just popped over to Vic's page. Not only is the Kodak opening cool, but appropriate, since the Goddess's birthday is tomorrow, December 6th. You go Vic!

Agnes Moorehead


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Sunday, December 5, 1999

Ling Ling and Sam R: I played probably - I averaged, I would say five shows a day. And many times it was seven or eight. Soap Operas, Adventure programs, everything. From the beginning of the day to the end, because, at that time you must remember, there was a repeat of shows. You'd go on one time for the east coast and then another time for the west coast. My first radio role was over KMOX and KSD in St. Louis, Missouri and I was called "The Girl Baritone". That was the first radio and that was at the time when they had those crystal sets. I played a great many radio shows that I can't remember. As a matter of fact, when I would do radio, you know, and do so many shows per day, I couldn't tell you what I played in the morning.

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Sunday, December 5, 1999

TVNutt: Welcome, you are lucky to live by Salem, which is close to our very own Broph! I was in Salem the day before Halloween too, how did we miss each other? Thank you for sharing your stories as well. Jude and Mark are right on both counts, the Salem episodes do play on SGN and they are edited pathetically beyond recognition! Victor Mas on Vic's BW page also sells/trades tapes, you might want to contact him. Ling Ling is right about AM's radio career. She was so good and in such high demand she often worked from 8 in the morning until 10 or 11 at night...well let me have her tell you in her own words, hang on while I pass her the keyboard.....

Jeff H
JeffreyH1@msn.com


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Sunday, December 5, 1999

TVNUTT: E-mail me. I have the full, unedited Samantha's power failure from Columbia House I can copy for you. I also have the Salem episodes but they are edited from the 1980's.

Tom


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Sunday, December 5, 1999

Loved the board...keep it up!

Q
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Sunday, December 5, 1999

Hi Fellow Witches and Warlocks! I am desperately trying to obtain a copy of the episode in where Serena sings "Blow You a Kiss In the Wind"..any leads? Also, I would love to know if anyone knows of copies of incantations from the series that have been published as well as any cool posters. Thanks!!!

The Princess
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Saturday, December 4, 1999

Vic: I've just realized that it was your birthday Thursday. I hope you had a great day!

tvnutt


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Saturday, December 4, 1999

Hey Guys! Thanks for the advice Larry! Although i can't understand how people can sell videos on there without copyright infringement. Also, I'm just throwing this out: has anyone out there been to Salem? I'm about an hour away and was there the day before Halloween. Didn't get to go into the House of THe Seven Gables. Wondered if they had the bedwarmer prop there or mention Bewitched. If you watched last Sun at 130am Eastern(on Nick), they had the Paul Revere ep. I don't think they filmed that in Boston, or maybe they did. I go to school up there but i'm not really familiar with the parks. Anyway, Ron was in that ep. too and he had the salem police uniform on and they really do wear a witch on a broomstick as there insignia.

LARRY TATE
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Saturday, December 4, 1999

TVNUTT: try the ebay auction house at www.ebay.com under both ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY & BEWITCHED as i noticed a lot of tapes there of late. i also believe columbia house will allow you to buy a particular vol. although you may have to buy the first one as well.

tvnutt


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Saturday, December 4, 1999

To larry Tate! Thanks for the suggestion about Columbia house but I'm wondering if they'll sell me that one volume(it's #14) or do I have to buy the whole series. I did that with SOAP and it cost me over 600 dollars! That was tough to do then and I was working part time! Now I'm in school with no income! About Ron in his interview he also said that he enjoyed working with Elizabeth and that she was very nice.

LARRY TATE
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Saturday, December 4, 1999

tvnutt Re: samanthas power failure it is available from columbia house in both the u.s. & canada on one of the 20 volumes (80 episodes in total) for bewitched the collectors edition, i'm not sure which vol but they can tell you.E-MAIL them @ vc_customer_service@columbiahouse.com, as to the salam episodes keep checking out the instant gratification sunday schedule of 2 part episodes as there is a good chance they will be on then.any other comments come to your mind from ron mask inrespect to ELIZABTH MONTGOMERY.

tvnutt


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Saturday, December 4, 1999

Hi Jude! Yeah, I live in the ole' USA but NIck will not show this ep nor will it show the Salem eps. Well, at least the first few. They showed like the last two last week. ScreenGems did show it and I didn't know it! was home from classes and flipped it on one morning and then turned it to do homework. A week later when i went to NY to the film museum I asked to watch this and realized it was the ep. I had turned off the week before! Don't know why Nick won't show these, haven't seen Salem eps in years. A channel called TBS showed them a few years ago. As far as the candy ep. goes. Yes, Asher worked on the I love lucy ep but I think he had the right to re-create it. I mean, it was the 60's and you have to admit it was wilder than the Lucy scene, I mean it had Paul Lynde! That's just my little old opinion. But I'll keep checking ScreenGems. Thanks!

Jude
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Saturday, December 4, 1999

Hi all! TVNUTT: in high school I was known as TVBUFF! Anyway, do you live here in the states? If so, your best bet is to catch the episode on nick at Nite or maybe on Screen Gems Network(not really recommended due to the bad editing). I think it will be one of the episodes on the Marathon. RYAN: I'm glad someone else besides me noticed this about the episode. EDWINA: I'm not accusing Bill Asher of anything. It's the writers who stole the lines. What could have made the show work even more was if Serena or arthur remarked,"Don't you feel like we're stuck in an I Love Lucy rerun?" "Well, with all this chocolate, I know we're stuck in something!"(Paul Lynde would do his typical sneer at this point)--LOL!

tvnutt


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Saturday, December 4, 1999

Hey Ryan, Jude and Edwina. You remember the Sam's Power Failure ep.! Do any of you have it on tape, I'm so desperately trying to find it and can't. Any help would be greatly appreciated. And it's still a great ep.

Kat
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Saturday, December 4, 1999

Hello to all of my Bewitching friends here. I know it has been a while. I just wanted to say HI and hope you all had a great Turkey Day and hope all is well for the Xmas Season for you. I have been really busy but try to catch BW as much as I can. Our band Lovetoyz might be going on tour to Brasil so I will keep you guys informed as to all that goes on with that. Thanks to several of my good friends here for being so supportive, you know who you are..I'm sure. Anyway, I will try to visit more often. Does anyone know if there has been any more talk of a convention here in So. CA ??

Edwina
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Saturday, December 4, 1999

....Ahem...... is someone accusing that Delicious, Gorgeous hunk of a man....MY Bill Asher of some sort of wrong doing? I surely hope not.....There isn’t an atom of a the man that could be guilty of ripping anything off..... or anyone for that matter..... He was then and is now the most Beautiful, Funny MAN that ever lived (outside of my husband that is.) There is nothing wrong with using dialogue or a scene that one enjoys in another skit.... as a matter of fact it is rather an honor when that happens... My Bill has Always had excellent taste in everything he has done.....I melt everytime I see him....(sigh) Bill Asher.... Now that I have that off my chest...... I feel much better.... Have a nice day ALL.... Stay Bewitched Everyone (BFE)

Ryan


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Saturday, December 4, 1999

JUDE: Some of the lines were exactly the same! Bewitched had to rip off the episode. Job Switching was the classic chocoloate factory episode and it was also the first ILL episode William Asher directed.

Jude
jhc86@netzero.net


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Saturday, December 4, 1999

Hi All! the episode where Arthur and Serena work at the candy factory with the bananas is practically lifted from the famous I Love Lucy episode "Job Switching"--William Asher was a director there as well and was wondering if the writers for this episode of Bewitched were aware of the ILL scenes and did this as a tribute or was it just a ripoff?

Breen from London


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Friday, December 3, 1999

Hello Jodi. Wow, someone listened to me! There's a first time for everything.

Jodi
Sallysweet_57@hotmail.com


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Friday, December 3, 1999

Hi! I was recommended by Breen to come here and I just wanted to say Hello Bewitchers!

tvnutt


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Friday, December 3, 1999

HI! Glad you didn't mind the post! Is there anyone else here who might have the eps.? I can't find them anywhere! Well, Ron told me that he remembered the Sam's Power Failure ep. very well.And there's the scene where his character Buck is hitting on Serena pretty heavy and Uncle Arthur makes his comments(typical Paul Lynde) and asks Buck what happens if his(Uncle Arthur's) nose itches and Buck says something like scratch it on your break but with Paul Lynde's accent. Ron said that was ad-libbed in the rehersals and the producers wanted him to do it that way. Paul asked him if he had to do it that way(don't think Paul wanted him to). It's a classic ep. And they get messy smearing choc, and nuts all over each other in the end. which Ron said was not fun but that scene(although filmed) was shot in front of a live audience and Elizabeth MOntgomery was pregnant at the time and with morning sickness it was tough for her to do that scene.

Big Dave


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Friday, December 3, 1999

Yesterday I watched "Humbug Not Spoken Here" with my aunt. I really love this Christmas episode because EM is just so CUTE and BEAUTIFUL in it. I really like the first scene of Samantha deciding where she is going to put the Christmas tree by merely zapping it from corner to corner (although her zap directed towards the living room window must've bounced off the glass and landed the tree in the corner by the patio). And then when she decides to put it where they always put the sound effect used when she dematerializes it and her exclamation of "Merry Christmas!" is just really magical to me. I also believe this is one of the only times that we actually see Samantha riding her broom. Am I correct? I also like the background music used in this episode...And when Samantha says to Tabatha, "What do you tell Santa?" and Tabatha says, "Daddy!" SO DEAR!!! We also watched "A Vision of Sugar Plums" which I believe is my favorite Christmas episode because it is no magical. I love the scene of Samantha proving to Michael that she really is a witch. And a bit of trivia from this episode as well: Cecil Kellaway that plays Santa played the warlock father of Veronica Lake in the movie called "I Married a Witch" twenty-two years earlier. I just purchased that movie and I thought it was cute although it seemed rather "Jeannieish".

Mark


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Friday, December 3, 1999

tvnutt: Sorry I do not have those episodes on tape. But more importantly, you actually interviewed someone that worked on Bewitched! You cannot get away that quickly with that statement! Can you post his comments and don't leave anything out.

tvnutt
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Friday, December 3, 1999

HI! I hope no one minds me posting this but i'm looking for 3 specific eps. of the show and wanted to know if there was anyone out there who can help me? HEre are the eps.:Samantha's Power Failure(the witches council takes away Sam's, Serena's and Uncle Arthur's powers. Serena and Uncle Arthur get jobs at a candy stand). The other two are two parts, The salem saga(Sam goes to the House of The Seven Gables and the bedwarmer follows her) and Samantha's Hot Bedwarmer(Sam learns the bedwarmer is a Warlock under a spell by Serena, whom he met during the witch trials. HE thinks Sam is Serena). All 3 eps. co-star Ron Masak(Buck in the first one and an un-named cop in the other 2) I haven't seen the Salem ones in years but I recently saw the other one at a tv museum. Paul Lynde was classic in that ep and when I interviewed Ron Masak he reminisced about making that episode. I prefer to trade from my collection of classic shows or provide blanks. If you could help, please e-mail. Thanks and hope I didn't offend anyone by the post Jenna

Mark


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Friday, December 3, 1999

Hi everybody! Just wanted to let you guys know Vic's Bewitched Page has been updated to show a sponsor opening from the 5th season. Endora - AM is in this one!

Ling Ling


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Thursday, December 2, 1999

Sam R: AM's career in radio was perhaps her most successful. As we all know, she did THE BEST radio show ever: Sorry Wrong Number, and she was involved in Orson Welles' War of the Worlds, and she played opposite him in the Shadow series. She did as many as 6 shows per day at the height of her (radio) career. Her voice was obviously younger sounding than Endora's, but it was so light and soft, and she seemed to have such control... anyway, I'm sure Endora can tell you more. Like the time they sent in COKES and sandwitches during a SWN performance (witch, BTW, was the most requested Suspense episode ever...those bastards missed the boat casting Barbara Stanwyck in the movie!)

Sam R
martinz@infinet.net


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Thursday, December 2, 1999

EDWINA: What was I thinking? ENDORA is right, I meant that Endora and Maurice had an 'open marriage' and that Sam and 'what's his name' had a mixed one, (as Endora cleared up, natch). Question for ENDORA: I saw a picture so many years ago of AM in a Movie Mag and there was a B&W picture of her crunching down on a piece of celery. Underneath the caption stated that AM did a fair amount of radio work and sound effect techniques on various radio programs, which included radio soaps early on in her career. Is this so? You would know this for sure, or was it movie rag rubbish?

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Thursday, December 2, 1999

Edwina: Endora and Maurice had an open marriage. Samantha and what's his name had a mixed marriage. Sam R: You dreamer you! I'm really glad to hear that Jorgen can eat your cooking now....was he able to do that before he got sick? (LOL Just kidding, I know you make the best porcupine balls in North America)! Seriously, I am very glad to hear the good news about Jorgen. I hope and pray for his continued good health!

Edwina
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Thursday, December 2, 1999

Big Dave: Thank You,.... (I think).... Endora:.... You comedian you. You are telling me either that I am 4000, or 8,000 hmmmm witch one...... I guess if we do "The Endoramath"....Sam R: Now,... I am really confused.... was the marriage of Endora and Maurice open or mixed? Stay Bewitched everyone. (BFE)

**SCH**


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Thursday, December 2, 1999

Thanks to all of the well witchers regarding our new home! It is really appreciated! After we are moved in and all settled........it will be time to celebrate!!!!!! Yeah!

Sam R
martinz@infinet.net


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Wednesday, December 1, 1999

EDWINA: (duh)...I am such a dunce...I hope that your day was grand; you still did not tell me if you approved of Endora's and Maurice's 'mixed marriage' or not...whether or not I am a 'oxen-moron' or not...(hee, hee). I am getting rather silly now...sorry all...!

Sam R
martinz@infinet.net


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Wednesday, December 1, 1999

ENDORA: Oops! A THOUSAND pardons...what was I thinking and I stand corrected...at least I still have my dreams...(ahem)......SCH: I am so happy for you both, surely as Endora said, it must be a Morning Glory Circle...BROPH, DAVE, and EVERYBODY: I will pass along to Jorgen all the good wishes and thoughts, this is a happy time for him...He can even eat my cooking now!!!

Broph
kbrophy@nii.net


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Wednesday, December 1, 1999

Whooo hooo - happy month end! Actually, Happy Thanksgiving to all - hectic happenings once again. We were invaded last Wednesday night with family that stayed until Sunday and as I mentioned, we just had month-end, which is always a fun time around here (testing new applications is always fun at month end, when everything else is going on). I'm glad to hear that Jorgen is doing better - I recently learned that a friend's son is officially in remission, so it's some good news on several fronts. Also, SCH - congrats on the house - big responsibility, but it must feel good to undertake it. Hope all is well.

Big Dave


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Tuesday, November 30, 1999

Sam R: Tell Jorgen we're glad he's doing better.

Big Dave


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Tuesday, November 30, 1999

Edwina: Well Happy Happy 6,000th Birthday to you! My what a month you're going to have...celebrating 6,000 years on earth and then celebrating the birth of the year 2000! I thought I was special being related to my cousin who claims he was born in '14-aught-2'....

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Tuesday, November 30, 1999

Sam R: Edwina was 5000 when I was born, NOT 3000! How dare you? SCH: Closing on that date guarantees a happy home. What's the new address? It wouldn't be 1164 Morning Glory Circle would it?

**SCH**


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Monday, November 29, 1999

Song suggestion: Witchcraft, by Book of Love....from their Lullabye CD. Also: We are closing on our new home.....on no other date than: Dec. 6th!

Edwina
e.haselberger


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Monday, November 29, 1999

Sam R: You are right, it isn’t everyday that a gal turns 6000 and admit it! Thanks babe....’ An open marriage..... isn’t that another oxymoron that you keep trying to confuse me about???? And yes Endora was darling as a infant by the way….. Stay Bewitched (BFE)

Sam R
martinz@infinet.net


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Monday, November 29, 1999

EDWINA: I hope you don't mind but I really wanted to wish you a totally marvelous and beautiful Birthday on the Board as well....Hey like I said before, it's not every day that a girl turns 6,000. To think that you were barely 3,000 when Endora came into the world and Bewitched us forever! Lucky you knowing her when she was a tiny tot and saw her grow up. Did you approve of her and Maurice's 'open' marriage or not? Anyway Kiddo, I wish you another 6,000 more and so does FAIRY GODMOTHER! Speaking of 'witch', we had such laughs and a great time watching some of those old B&W BW shows on Sat. My how we laughed and enjoyed it.

Big Dave


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Monday, November 29, 1999

Hi, beautiful people! I hope everyone had a fulfilling Thanksgiving weekend...Previously I posted that "A is for Aardvark" would be shown during the BW marathon. This information was gathered from msn.com's tv listings and they usually always are right, moreso than tv-now.com. Today NAN posted the schedule for the BW marathon and it doesn't look like that episode is going to be included. According to their schedule only two black & white episodes will be included. I certainly hope not and I hope that with every one voting on their site for what shows will be included in the last week's marathon that BW makes it and only b&w episodes are shown.

Jude


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Monday, November 29, 1999

Hi all! It was great to see a b/w BW on N@N again--even though its still those edited Program Exchange prints. Why Nick doesn't buy fresh prints from Columbia is beyond me! This morning SGN decided to run the first color episodes of both BW and IDOJ--why not the first episodes, period! What does SGN have against spotlighting a b/w episode for a change? And didn't SGN already aired these two in its inaugural week(my local market didn't pick up SGN til the second week)? Well, just a couple of more weeks to the BW Marathon on Nick--ahhh, Agnes Moorehead and Liz--the pause that refreshes!

Endora
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Monday, November 29, 1999

Speaking of AM: Her birthday is Monday of next week. I would like to suggest that we bombard SGN and Nick to do a "best of" Endora theme for the week. Especially SGN since they tend to do themes anyway. This week they are doing a "Bestus of Festus" on Gunsmoke, so surely they can do an Endorathon for AM. I also think when we email them we should suggest episodes for them to show, since when it comes to AM (as has been proven in both the E! and ET specials) people tend to be totally uninformed and too lazy to bother to look what they don't know up. Oh yea, and if you MUST give a birthdate, use 1910 (this is what AM used on her tax forms, and as far as I'm concerned, she's the final authority on the year of her birth, no one else). Also, we're doing a tribute to AM on the radio show next week, by way of music. So please email me or post any song dedications you would like to make to the Goddess. I've already listed the BW theme as well as "I'll Blow you a Kiss in the Wind".

Mark


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Monday, November 29, 1999

Watched Okay Whose The Wise Witch from season #6- my favorite part of that episode is rather a small one- when Endora askes Samantha what it was on the coffee table and Samantha explains that it is a dollhouse that Darrin made with movable walls. Endora looks at it and says, Oh!-and looks again, then at Samantha and says, "Big Deal" That part really cracks me up, I had to watch it twice. No one can deliver a two word line like that with so much meaning. EM was pretty bubbly and cheerful in this one. One of my favorites from my not no favorite sixth season. DS- sarcastic as usual.

Sam R
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Saturday, November 27, 1999

EVERYONE: I know that I am late but I wanted to wish all my American buds a Belated but Happy Thanksgiving holiday. I hope everybody is enjoying themselves. This has been my first day off in a couple of weeks. I've been putting in alot of overtiime at work and I have to go back again tomorrow. FAIRY GODMOTHER will be arriving tonight and we plan to watch lots of B&W Bewitched together like we used to so many years ago....I hope that you are all well. Jorgen, by the way is doing quite well himself. All the radiation treatments are over and he is able to eat more solid foods now. I talked to him the other night and he sounded great. I thank you all for the good thoughts and prayers for him...

Endora
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Friday, November 26, 1999

I didn't have access to a PC yesterday but I just wanted to chime in on the "Thanks-giving" and say: Thank you from the bottom of my heart to everyone who was connected w/BW and a special thank you for Agnes Moorehead....thank you thank you thank you.....Thank you too to all my friends on this board, I couldn't make it w/o you!

Edwina
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Friday, November 26, 1999

Broph: The picture is it EXACTLY. Thank you Broph.... Jeff H: My daughter can't tell me which store she purchased it. Although, she did suggest I go with her to see the store (She knows... Where I go my credit cards go too!) All: Hi! I hope you are all staying Bewitched.

Broph
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Friday, November 26, 1999

Edwina, if you can get the picture scanned, I can certainly post it, though I think I found a site that's selling the lunchbox for $15 and they've posted a picture of it here: http://store.yahoo.com/spestore/bewcollunbox.html . Let me know if it's not the one, though!

Skip


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Friday, November 26, 1999

The first theory is she lost it; the second is she stopped wearing it when her marriage to Bill Asher started to sour. Take your pick.

snowdrift
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Friday, November 26, 1999

whatever happened to the heart shaped necklace Elizabeth Montgomery wore in the Bewitched series?????

Sue L.


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Thursday, November 25, 1999

Happy Thanksgiving! Remember the thanksgiving episode! I barely remember it, but it was good. I haven't seen it in years!

Lucy
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Thursday, November 25, 1999

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I hope everyone's having a great time! This is my first ever thanksgiving; unfortunately it's not as traditional as it might have been, as my roomate cancelled her invitation to thanksgiving dinner at home at the last minute as she had to work. But I still have a suitemate here with a car; so I'm sure we'll find something to do! In the meantime I'm lazing around and watching the thanksgiving parade on TV! So apart from the lack of turkey I guess it is a pretty traditional thanksgiving! And I'm not too disappointed, as this time tomorrow I shall be in Orlando, FL to meet my mum who's flying in from Britain for a visit! Anyway, take care y'all!! :o)

Breen from London


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Wednesday, November 24, 1999

To bewitched fans living in the United States of America: Happy Thanksgiving Day../..btw I've been working a little on my 'who would win a fight between Samantha and Jeannie', see www.fromlondon.freeserve.co.uk/bewlinks.html...I'm certainly very interested in any other ideas from you guys out there.

Big Dave


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Wednesday, November 24, 1999

Mark: That was cute:) I also want to wish every one a Happy Thanksgiving and may all of you eat at least 1/2 your body weight in turkey, stuffing, potatoes & gravy, (mmmmm...potatoes & gravy, aarrgghhhhh!) etc, etc....I also wanted to say that I'm grateful to whomever invented the internet and to Sol Saks, Bill Asher, Elizabeth Montgomery, Agnes Moorehead and all the others from BW for w/o them I wouldn't have been able to meet such a great bunch of people that visit this board. THANKS to Broph for maintaining this site too!!

Mark


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Wednesday, November 24, 1999

Hi all! Just wanted to wish everyone a very Happy Samantha's Thanksgiving to Remember Day. Hope all is ...... weeellllll!

Anokin


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Wednesday, November 24, 1999

Hi all! Just wondering if anyone knows where I can get pictures of the young Tabitha. The little one, about 3-4 years old shoulder-length hair. (sorry, don't know which season. :P) I've been looking all over, but can't seem to find any of her unless they're really fuzzy or of her older. Can anyone help me find some? Thanks!!

Jeff H


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Tuesday, November 23, 1999

Edwina: You have raised a VERY thoughtful daughter. Do you know what store she bought it at?? I've been checking stores here in Phoenix without success and finally bought one through the ScreenGemsNetwork.com store. It cost me $15 and I know as soon as I get it I'm going to find them all around me for $3.99 in stores. Everyone: I guess I'll take back what I said about November. It is kind of blah!!!!

TITUBA


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Tuesday, November 23, 1999

Personally, I don't think that Endora would have wasted her time with the Wicked Witch Of The West....but the outcome would have been interesting!

Edwina
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Tuesday, November 23, 1999

Hi All! Hope everyone is swell. Broph: They did cut out a lot of OZ Sunday evening. I was disappointed that scenes were, well... not there... as we all know they do to Our Beloved Bewitched. I have an aside here: My daughter went shoppping with her buds she came back with a Bewitched Lunch box for me... What a munchkin! I think that deserves another shopping spree with Dad's credit cards don't you???? The lunch box is in the shape of a television and the handle is the antenna... I need to find a way to take a picture of it and post it on this site.. wooooppps I'd better ask if it possible first...If I don't see you all over the holiday everyone...."Happy Bird day." Many Blessing to you and yours. I am very Thankful for this board and for each and everyone of you! Please have a very safe journey to those traveling (everyone travels) I thank God for you ALL every night. (BFE)

Broph
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Tuesday, November 23, 1999

Edwina - I missed WOZ - I haven't seen it in awhile myself, but I'm wondering if it would be better just seeing it on tape - does anyone know how much they cut out of WOZ for commercials and such (since we were on that subject before)? BTW, one of our favorite ex-witches, Erin Murphy, has moved her site again (it's still being handled by the same people). There's still no merchandise for sale, she doesn't have an e-mail address listed, but it's still a groovy site: http://www.starwebsites.com/erinmurphy/

Edwina
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Monday, November 22, 1999

Hi All!! Since the Wizard of OZ was on last night... Witch I know many of you watched... I was wondering why "They"(My Bill Asher & Pals who were incapable of any wrong) never had the Wicked Witch of the West(via Aunt Clara) pop into a "situation" (legal stuff perhaps)..... Realizing she 'WWW' melted (a way to stop her, if she really got out of hand)it would be during a portion of the movie whereby WWW instructed her flying monkeys to kidnap Dorothy and Toto...Preventing or postponing the kidnap attempt until a more convenient time... as if there would be a convenient time to kidnap someone....I was carried away by the entire enchantment of it all... Bewitched and the Wizard of OZ....I found it rather odd that no other witch in OZ or Bewitched had a house fall on them.... and of course it is because she was wicked WWEast... and the witches of Bewitched were well.... you know....like Glenda the Good Witch of the North... oh alright... some of them...Wouldn't that be a rather wicked stickly eh....I wonder the outcome of a confrontation between the witches... ideas anyone???? And what would the reaction to Derweed or... oh...., whatzhisname...by the green goddess of wickedness....hee hee see you later... of course others from the Land of OZ too... How about that cute cowardly lion....as I leave in a floating ball....tumbling up the mountain...(BFE)

Big Dave


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Monday, November 22, 1999

I must agree somewhat with the remorse over not enough 'new' things about BW. And in comparison with the products and such that are produced for 'I Dream of Jeannie' it does tend to make one bitter. I don't know if any of you bought the Nick-at-Nite 10th anniversary magazine about five years ago but I was looking through it last night and I remembered thinking that maybe they would produce more classic tv magazines, even devoting a whole magazine to BW. I also think that Nick-at-Nite records ought to release a BW album like I mentioned previously on the board....BW Trivia for today, November 22: On this day in 1963 John F. Kennedy was assassinated. He was, of course, a good friend of EM and Bill Asher's. But also on this day in 1963 BW went into production on the pilot episode and of these two events, I would say, our lives were forever changed.

Skip


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Monday, November 22, 1999

Endora: Goddess Blues? [Major rolling of the eyes.]

Mark


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Monday, November 22, 1999

Endora: If this makes you feel better..I've always thought that AM made that show. She had the best delivery & the best comebacks. The episodes without her always lacked something. The episodes with her were some of the best ones. She is the only one that cracked me up. Her kind of comedy was very unique and you cannot find that in any other actor or actress today. Liz was funny but in a classy way. DY had great physical comedy with his facial expressions and all. But I do agree that AM contributed immensly to the success of BEWITCHED.

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Monday, November 22, 1999

Jeff H: I'm going to agree w/Skip here. Why? Because all the specials, all the memoribilia SGN offers, all the little blurbs in TV Guide etc. DO NOT INCLUDE AM! As far as I'm concerned, until Agnes Moorehead gets the credit she deserves for her participation in and considerable contribution to the great success of BW, I can (and will) complain, gripe, moan and refuse to be the least bit grateful for the crumbs we as fans have been thrown! And it's not the November blahs either, it's the Goddess blues.....

Skip


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Monday, November 22, 1999

Jeff: I agree, this has been a good year for 'Bewitched', and I'm grateful for the Biography and the E! and Entertainment Tonight specials/coverage. Even here in Canada, TV Guide has featured Bewitched in their "Rewind" page ("34 years ago this week ..."). I just meant that recently there's not been much, and even what there is, is not new. I guess there's "nothing new under the sun". (blah blah blah!!!!)

Mark


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Monday, November 22, 1999

Jeff H: I would much rather have the episodes speeded up rather than any editing. I would love to really see BW in its entirety including promos and the "Stay Tuned For Bewitched..Next In Color...." by Liz- but I guess that is wishful thinking. Advertisers pay big bucks for commercial time and that is what counts nowadays- you know how things are. But what gets me mad is that SGN made it like that they were going to show each episode like it was originally broadcasted. Even Vic's Bewitched Page & The Elizabeth Montgomery Site made it sound that way too.

Liza


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Monday, November 22, 1999

Am I the one and only Bewitched fan in the Netherlands? I have only 12 episodes on tape, the serie is not broadcasted in Holland anymore and I hope to find someone who can get me some other episodes.

Jeff H


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Sunday, November 21, 1999

Hey, I just got done watching an all new episode of the X-files on FOX. They had a character called Derwood!!!! Endora's influence is still affecting the world!!!!

Jeff H


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Sunday, November 21, 1999

Skip: Its probably the November Blahs! I think this has been a really exciting year for Bewitched. Two Biography's on Elizabeth Montgomery, Bewitched photo's in two different TV guides in the past month. The Screen Gems Network with their really cool "commercials" of Bewitched. We can even go to ScreenGemsNetwork.com and order brand new Bewitched Memoriabilia like watches, metal boxes, tee-shirts etc. For a show that stopped filming almost 30 years ago, well, its a miracle!! I understand what you mean though . . . we want more!!!!!!

Big Dave


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Sunday, November 21, 1999

We all need to go to nick-at-nite.com and vote for Bewitched to be included as one of the days in the last week of the marathons.

Skip


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Sunday, November 21, 1999

We're in a bit of a rut as far as new and exciting 'Bewitched' stuff goes. Except for a still or two, Vic hasn't updated his page in ages; Scott Viets hasn't posted a new review in three months; the Columbia House tapes I'm receiving are of episodes I previously had on video ... any print stuff on 'Bewitched' or its stars is old news, stuff I've heard/seen/read before. Or could it just be ... November blahs??

Ling Ling


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Saturday, November 20, 1999

Tituba: Because it's too far for me to come!

TITUBA


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Saturday, November 20, 1999

Ling Ling...why not Reno?

Jude
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Saturday, November 20, 1999

Hi all! I wonder if Sony plans to make the Screen Gems Network eventually into a full time cable network someday? They certainly have enough programs in the vaults to fill up a schedule. And the kicker would be to air all of the programs unedited!! Even NickatNite and TV Land for all their boasting of loving classic TV hasn't done that for us. And Bewitched would be its flagship prime time program!! Anybody up for that? :) Have a loverly weekend, you mischeif makers!

Ling Ling


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Saturday, November 20, 1999

Edwina: I meant that nothing was close to all 3 places at the same time! In fact, that's about the biggest spread you can get in the US! What's this about you arm and/or leg? Didn't hurt your ability to brew up some Earl Grey, did you? Endora: Why Reno? And I do agree with Edwina. I think AM would have liked the green M&M's the best. But if she were with us today, I think she'd definitely like the pastel ones they make at Easter, and she'd prefer the almond ones.

Jeff H


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Saturday, November 20, 1999

Regarding all the editing Screen Gems does to our beloved show,outside of the original network runs, Bewitched has always been edited. Even the daytime episodes on ABC in the 60's were edited. Usually they cut out the first two minutes or one scene. I think what has got us so mad is that Screen Gems now is being alot more clever. They are cutting out "5" minutes and they are cutting out parts of sentences. If you've noticed Endora sometimes only gives 1/2 of a spell!!! Rather than editing, can't they just speed up the video and leave everything in?? But I guess we would then complain that Samantha's twitch doesn't sound right anymore. Guys, how would you prefer Screen Gems to edit the shows???

Endora
endora@moorehead.com


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Saturday, November 20, 1999

Edwina: Green hmmm...well all I know is looking at AM has the same effect on me that eating green M&Ms is supposed to....Jude: You are so right, AM was the epitome of class! Ling Ling: Hee hee. I was thinking around the third or fourth week of August for our Reno trip? It's kind of hot there then but it's also when the package fares are the best. Also, Scott from Ohio and I are making another pilgrimage to Moorehead Manor and Dayton at the end of April (w/hopefully a side trip to Paul Lynde's grave in Amity), so anyone who wants to is welcome to come to that as well. It's too bad Moorehead Manor wasn't coverted into a traditional B&B as opposed to a religious retreat, because that would be an awesome place for a convention! Oh well, maybe someday right?

Edwina
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Saturday, November 20, 1999

All: Hi!!! Thank you for the well wishes...Well, I need to take another ballet class! Sam R: Do be careful... you might be hung for gibberish as you suggested (only kidding here) A witch and an angel..... (isn’t that almost an oxymoron?) Thanks for saying it.... you are a sweet kid.. //Endora: I think "Our Agnes" would prefer the green M&Ms her costume was lavender and green...Breen: Good to see you again... I can’t get to the site... probably the same illness as before..."Computeritis"....Which reminds me I have been having issues with "Enclosuritis" too! Jeana: You DO realize you must send the poem now that you found it.... All: We just got a new cable box "fiber optics" DVD... you all probably have had it for some time now... we have 200 channels now.... how is that for overkill?? I don't know if I will ever get see all 200 channels...yikes... Well..... For the longest time Encore and quite a few others were off limits to me (Florida remember? Not quite ready for prime life state) I can see some of the other movies that "Our Liz" is in... for the longest time I wished I could see them... The Awakening Land is one I saw a bit of and what I saw quite good really...I hope to see the entire mini series soon! My wishcraft has out been of wack.... I hope my luck has changed... at least I am "witching" so..... Breen: You are right about the location of Reno... Near New York, Miami & San Francisco... a simple plane ride away from any one of the three places and presto chango.. You are there.... Then again, you could take a tail wind... Ling Ling:...NOTHING? Tituba: Open Brooms... very funny...Good to see you again too! Great to see everyone!!! Stay Bewitched everyone Night Night or should I say morning morning? (BFE)

Ling Ling


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Friday, November 19, 1999

p.s. Breen: Reno is in Nevada. And NOTHING is near New York AND Miami AND San Francisco! But I'd say Reno is closest to San Francisco...

Ling Ling


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Friday, November 19, 1999

Endora: "Ling Ling" you? Well, I never!

Breen from London
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Friday, November 19, 1999

Hi guys. I'm (very very slowly) building a site on the topic of 'who is more powerful, Jeannie or Samantha?'. (Who would win a fight?). If you go to www.fromlondon.freeserve.co.uk/bewlinks.html, you'll see the site linked as a new menu item........if anyone has any other examples they think should be included please e-mail me.

Breen from London


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Friday, November 19, 1999

A Bewitched meeting in Reno next year? That would be cool. Maybe I could come. (Er, btw, where is Reno anyway? It must be near New York and Miami and San Francisco and places like that, cuz I know it's in the States.)

Big Dave


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Friday, November 19, 1999

Well, kids, I have some good news and some bad news. First the good news. Within the next month and beginning Sunday Nov. 28 Nick-at-Nite will begin showing SOME (I emphazise that for good reasons) b&w BW episodes!! That night they will air the two parter 'Follow That Witch'. The next airings of a few b&w will be during the BW marathon beginning December 13. That night 'A is for Aardvark' will air. William Asher said that episode is the definitive BW. Also during the marathon 'Man's Best Friend', 'Speak the Truth', and 'Junior Executive'. Now that's good news. Maybe they'll start airing the entire series instead of just the color episodes. The bad news is that it looks like not all of the Salem episodes are going to be shown this time around. But I suppose watching b&w's makes up for it. I got my info from here http://msn.clicktv.com/search/search.html?query_id=1977361&offset=40

Jude
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Friday, November 19, 1999

Hi all! Agnes moorehead was the epitome of the word "Classy". I felt the early years she was allowed to shine and actually made Endora a three-dimensional character. You felt that she would grow and evolve. But by the latter seasons, it is evident the writers did not want character progression--just the same old schtick. "Gee, what spell can I zap Darrin with this week?" And I loved how Dick York said in an interview how he was so frustrated at how the writers were always having Darrin yell at Samantha all the time. You would think by the third or fourth season, the character would have already adjusted to the situation he was in and not scream and blow his top at Endora or Sam. The Dick Sargent years completely allow Darrin to be an boor--ever notice how his Darrin rarely showed affection for Tabitha?

Endora
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Friday, November 19, 1999

Ling Ling me the following today, it is from a magazine called "Remember": Other than the central Montgomery/York/Sargent triad, the two BW stars that shine the most are Agnes Moorehead (who died in 1974) as Samantha's feisty mom, Endora, and David White (who died in 1990) as Darrin's engaging self-absorbed employer, Larry Tate. Though Moorehead (whose favorite color was lavender, the hue of Endora's wispy garb) appeared stony on the outside, she was an extremely spiritual person. The daughter of a Presbytarian minister, she had a heart of gold and, like many in the BW cast, lent her efforts to social causes, including helping establish a prison for women in Los Angeles. As Montgomery explained, Moorehead had moments of electricity. Like the time baseball great Willie Mays guested on BW. "Aggie, bless her heart," said Elizabeth, "had not a frame of reference as to his profession. When Willie walked on the set, she couldn't understand why everyone, including me, went into a tizzy. He was everyone's hero since we were kids, but she hadn't the faintest idea of who he was. It was the funniest thing. When she finally did realize who he was, she made this transformation. She was like, I must have my picture taken with him. It was so typically Aggie." David White remembered one of Moorehead's atypical days: "There were moments when Aggie would give me that look that a woman gives you if you think they may be interested in you romantically," White said. In fact, Moorehead, following the death of White's second wife, once asked him if he would ever marry again. "No," he asserted. "Never! Not in a million years! Besides," he added, knowing that he was younger than Moorehead, "I'm too old." That, David said, is when Agnes "sneered" at him, remarking, "Oh you are not!" and huffed away. "But I just couldn't help myself." the actor admitted with a grin. "I couldn't resist teasing her. It was just too much fun."

Mark


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Friday, November 19, 1999

Endora & Big Dave: I so agree with your comments about Bewitched in the earlier days. Every episode was so sophisticated. Endora always had the best comeback deadpan lines. I HATE when SGN cuts them out. Actually I hate when they cut anything out. Witch or Wife? and the episode when Darrin meets Maurice..so classy. The filming of those episodes looks beautiful even in B&W. Ragards to a convention.. I am from the East Coast, suburb of Philadelphia- so I will have to pass. Thanks anyway for the invite.

Sam R
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Friday, November 19, 1999

EDWINA: Even when you are dragging a battered leg and a sore wrist you manage still to be an understanding and caring friend.......are you sure you're not a witch? Probably part Witch, part Angel.....ENDORA: Well, I'm in for Reno for the year 2000....Surprised??? Nay....I should think. JEANA: I am so happy that you found the poem that you sought after.... Goodnight all, this 'overtime' at work sucks...

TITUBA
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Thursday, November 18, 1999

Hello All: Endora.....You know I am in Reno and would welcome you all with open brooms! Just keep me posted and I will help you with hotels!

Jeff H


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Thursday, November 18, 1999

Hi Endora: Las Vegas would be easier for me but Reno would be O.K. and I could only come for the weekend. It sure would be fun to get together with other Bewitched fans! I had a great time getting together with Vic and Scott last year. It was so cool to be with others who enjoy such a great T.V. show. So count me in!!!!!!!

Big Dave


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Thursday, November 18, 1999

Endora: I'm up for a Coven of the Western Witches of the Bewitched Board. Reno would be fun and it is fairly close. I'm sure Heather Ann would want to join in the fun too...Speaking of early AM in the b&w, I LOVE her performance in "Alias Darrin Stephens". That has got to be one of my most favorite episodes. I love when she pops in..just a minute, I'm giggling too hard...on Samantha speaking to Darrin the Chimp and she says hello to Sam and then looks at the monkey and says, "Hello, Durwood." Just the way she said it was hilarious! And then Samantha asks her why she thought the monkey was Darrin and she replies, "I'd know Delbert anywhere." And then when he gets mad about the little kids clothes she zaps up for him and runs upstairs and she stands at the bottom of the stairs: "Come down and Mother Endora will comb you." and somewhere in there she calls him 'David'. It makes me laugh everytime.

Endora
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Thursday, November 18, 1999

Jude and Mark: And who can overlook the beauty and sophistication of AM in those earlier episodes, most especially "Eat at Marios" and the episode where she and Phyllis both by Tabitha the same teddy bear? When Bewitched started it was very much an adult oriented show, but it tended to get away from that in the later years and it also tended to rely more on the magic as a plot device rather than a plot enhancement. Everyone in the western part of the U.S.: How many of you could get to Reno sometime next year? I want to meet many of you and it seems several of you are out west. Reno is fairly inexpensive to fly to/stay at, so I was wondering if those of you in the Utah, Arizona, California area would be willing to go to Reno to meet (obviously everyone is welcome but I realize that sometimes it's hard to travel halfway across the country). What do you say? Otherwise it looks like I'm going to have to take my broom on a western tour.....

Mark


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Thursday, November 18, 1999

Jude: I know what you mean about the Screen Gems Network. I have given up on them after watching Bewitched off of it for about 2 weeks. I decided N@N's editing was not so severe. I can't believe they can call themselves SCREEN GEMS--ha! I also agree with your comment on how sophistocated the show was during the first couple of years-especially the first year. Liz looked so beautiful in the early half of the first season. I mean she is beautiful but her hair and dramatic makup that she wore made her look extra sexy- I love that look. The show was so cool in the early years, the music & effects were great. Compare that to the later years of the dreaded 7th & 8th seasons.....

JEANA
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Thursday, November 18, 1999

Hi to all of the friends of **SCH**. I am Doug's baby sister, Jeana. We finally received the poem we have been searching. Thanks to everyone involved. Jeana.

Jude
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Thursday, November 18, 1999

Hi all! EDWINA: Best wishes on a speedy recovery, dear! ALL: I absolutley love the scene of Erin running away from Elizabeth in Art for Sam's Sake--it is totally unscripted and hilarious!! Also Which Witch is which? is a fave of mine! EM is totally convincing as both Sam and Endora/Sam. Also this episode was the genesis of the cousin Serena character--why not have an identical "naughty" twin, albeit now a cousin? That episode along with That was my wife(episode title may be wrong)--where Sam dons a black wig to have a hotel tryst with Darrin, but Larry and Louise thinks she is "the other woman"--serve to set up the idea of mistaken identity as hilarious humor(ala Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors). these shows serve to prove why BW in its early years was one of the best sophisticated comedies on TV.

Breen from London


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Wednesday, November 17, 1999

Edwina/Aunt Clara: I hope you're wrist and ankle get better.......Broph: I'm sorry about your friends father...........Anyone: after being lazy for a long while I've updated www.fromlondon.freeserve.co.uk/bewlinks.html...although there's still more work to be done.....and I am still lazy, in case you misunderstand what I just said.

Big Dave


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Wednesday, November 17, 1999

Endora: I think AM probably liked the red ones since red is right next to purple on the color wheel. And also I think she probably enjoyed the peanut ones because everyone enjoys chocolate covered nuts. O.k. everyone that counts (me and my family). Mark: I think your idea for a series finale is good. Last night I found that episode 127 is the exact middle of the series which is the episode in which Endora shows Samantha what life for Darrin would've been without her. Maybe they could've remade that episode but with a different twist of some kind. It would've not been as good as DY episode but it's still fitting for a series ending.

Endora
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Wednesday, November 17, 1999

Nick at Nite Calendar Entry for 11/18/99: Endora a scholar? Not only was Agnes Moorehead a talented actress of stage, screen and classic TV, she also held a Doctorate in English Literature!

Endora
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Wednesday, November 17, 1999

Well last night was the episode (Art for Sam's sake) where Erin took off and EM had to chase her. Several classic Endora moments were cut from this episode on SGN, annoying me to the point where I had to eat many M&M's to feel better. Witch leaves me wondering....what kind of M&M's do you think AM preferred, plain or peanut (remember, there were only two kinds back then). My faves are the peanut butter w/the crispy ones coming in a close second. Between plain and peanut I like plain best. I also wonder what color M&M was her favorite, since they didn't have lavender or pink.....

Mark


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Wednesday, November 17, 1999

Heather Ann: It was me who said they did not like season 8--although some disagree. I believe Skip put it right- That I was "grieving" for the series. It is so sad to watch those episodes- partly because we all know what was going on in Liz's life during that time. I wouldn't say she looked horrible- just that she dosen't have that fresh happy look- she looks tired & disgusted and moreso- bored. I will still stand on the notion that Bewitched should have stopped with season 7 with a two part series finale recapping the previous 6 years. They could not have flashbacks of course withe the changing of the Darrins but I'm sure they could have done a synopsis in some way. Good idea!!!???>>>>>

Broph
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Wednesday, November 17, 1999

Edwina - I hope that you've healed - ouch! Stupid stuff? Me? How about putting the wrong link to the archives (BTW, still have to update a link on Archive 2 & 3)? How about 3 words - tree saw car? Too true. In other sad news, a friend's father's cancer was just diagnosed as malignant (the tumor was thought to be benign) - FYI, Endora, it's Gately's father (Endora met him on one of her visits). Hope all is well with all.

Sam R
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Wednesday, November 17, 1999

Hi Everybody: Boy am I ever late posting tonight. It is after 10:20 p.m. Vancouver time. AUNT CLARA-(EDWINA) You are making me laugh all over again. As a good slap across the chops, "Thanks, I needed that!" Hope that the pain is gone from your wrist however... Can't help but comment about EM"s looks in Season 8; Tired; yes: Bored; Probably: Beautiful from within: Always... TO ALL: Watched 'Gone South for a Spell' tonight and I have to say DY looked like he had to take alot of falls, and hard, it's not a wonder to me that probably everything took it's toll. God bless Dick York, such a longsuffering and giving man of every thing that he had. Heather Anne: A big hello and 'how are you?' BREEN & ENDORA: What a lovely surprise in the mail today....."the Bewitched people on the Board are spoiling me absolutely rotten...well, I'll take rotten anytiime if this is what it's all about." Good night and God bless...My overtime has started and I'll be hung for gibberish within the next month, I'm sure!

Big Dave


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Tuesday, November 16, 1999

Jeff H: I'm sorry, I should've been more specific. It's the TV Guide with Celine Dion on the cover which is this week's tv guide on the newstands. Edwina: You dear dear woman! What a better person to be than dear Aunt Clara. I'm sure in her prime she was a very powerful witch but it happens to us sooner or later where we're just not what we used to be. I hope you're not too bruised and banged up.

Jeff H


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Tuesday, November 16, 1999

Big Dave: I thumbed all through the TV guide and couldn't find the picture you were talking about. Were you looking at the TV guide with James Bond on the cover? Do you know what page its on??? Thanks.

Edwina
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Tuesday, November 16, 1999

Hi all!!! Heather Ann: Since you mentioned stupid moments of which I have had more than my share.... you asked to be 'informed' so that you don’t feel alone or words very close...... I sent our bud Sam R an e-mail earlier today sharing just that.... A stupid moment.... Actually it is more a Klutzy moment but for me they are one and the same.... So I continue...with "Confession of a Klutz"..... Spelling doesn’t count and who cares anyway... if you understand the meaning and get a chuckle..... Just enjoy....Alright I copied and pasted the rest for the board... Sam R: You are not seeing double I am confessing this time I'm telling on myself...hee hee hee... This morning I fell going up the stairs to the office and then fell down them...... no one saw me so I don't feel totally like an idiot... my right wrist is very sore right now.....and of course my ankle where I rammed it into the step. My keys went flying over into another area it is a secure area over the wall and it was so funny.... I was locked out of my office for a spell.. hee hee hee...when I fell up.... which is so funny.... I tried to break the fall up by putting my hands out and reaching for the rail... sort of closing the barn door after the horse is gone.... and in grasping the top rail my leg got caught in the bottom rail... my laptop went flying down and then I tumbled ever after... I feel like Jill in Jack and Jill.... I am alright or I would not be able to share this with you... I should have gone to the nurse here but what could she do tell me to be more careful as I walk up the steps????? and I would be confessing to be the Klutz that I am.... I am wearing slacks today..... so any bruises won't show.... at any rate I usually wear long skirts or long dresses so it shouldn't be that noticeable...only a slight limp...See you in few... and I really am alright..... LOL.....Just my bruised pride.... I don’t usually laugh right away when someone falls want to make sure the Klutz is alright first..... I looked around very carefully to be sure no one saw me.... later I learned that I was "heard" I roared.....all see you later.... so for the short while I shall call myself Aunt Clara...feel free to do the same... I really do Love Aunt Clara....(BFE)

Heather Ann


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Tuesday, November 16, 1999

Hi all you guys! I almost freaked out when I saw that I didn't have any posts on the board! (Then I remebered that Dave told me about the switch!) If there's anyone else on this board who has stupid moments like that please tell me so I don't feel alone!:) Anyhew, I would just like to agree with who ever said that they didn't like season eight. I think Liz looks absolutely horrible!(I mean hair and make up wise.) She looked adoreable (I spelled that wrong, didn't I?)in the first season. Besides that, it just got tired. Why didn't the have a finale? It leaves so many unanswered questions! See ya' later!:)

Big Dave


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Tuesday, November 16, 1999

I agree with everyone's assement of the absolutely childlike editing of episodes done by SGN. Watching on there is like watching a commercial for an upcoming episode but never seeing the episode....Last night I watched "Which Witch is Which" from the 1st season. May I just say that EM's performances in this episode were very Emmy worthy? Specifically her playing Endora playing Samantha. Everytime I see it I think it is AM in EM makeup because she acts just like Endora does. It's just absolutely fabulous.

Endora
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Tuesday, November 16, 1999

Jude: I'm w/you, SGN's editing is appalling. It's not clean, it leaves gaps in the story, it ruins entire scenes....there's nothing worse than waiting for the specific moment or line that you absolutely love only to have it chopped out in the interest of running one more tiresome commerical. Whenever I'm watching w/someone else and one of Endora's lines is cut I always say it to the other person so they'll have an idea of what they missed, but since I obviously don't have the beauty, talent, and comedic timing of the Goddess it just loses something in the translation....Bewitched uncut forever!

Jude
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Tuesday, November 16, 1999

Hi once again! MARK: Thanks for responding--glad to know I'm not the only one who thinks the music from the early years is the best. Why Columbia-tristar can't restore it is beyond me(or won't)! I'm glad for www.bewitched.net and for Vic's Bewitched page where we can here the original music anytime. I thoroughly detest the editing done on SGN--but its my only way to enjoy any Bewitched until the marathon in December.

Edwina
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Tuesday, November 16, 1999

Lynda: Oh I think I had a fat finger here sorry! from "http" to the end of ".html" http://members.tripod.com/~bewitchvic/sounds.html (BFE)

Edwina
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Tuesday, November 16, 1999

Lynda: Hi!!! Go to the website below... on it you will see a few records... click on it to hear the words... (Peggy Lee's version is there too)If you want the words to the song... I can send them to you almost from memory... gotta run...Thank You Vic.... http://members.tripod.com/~bewitchvic/sounds.html Hi all.... Happy Bewitching Tuesday....(BFE)

Lynda


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Tuesday, November 16, 1999

Bewitched has a theme song??? Not in Australia!!! Can someone please tell me the words? Thanks!

Big Dave


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Monday, November 15, 1999

Happy Birthday, Macbeth!! I just wanted to alert everyone of the faux TV guide cover in this week's TV Guide in an article about TV guides from the past 1000 years. It show Samantha and Endora in their witch suits with the title saying something about coverage of the Salem Witch Trials.

Tifanie
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Monday, November 15, 1999

Happy belated b-day macbeth, where ever you are. Come back. We miss you.

**sch**


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Monday, November 15, 1999

oPPPSSSSSSS! I, as well, failed to notice the dates reveiling MACBETH'S Birthday!!!! I've a gift certificate for a complete L/O/F at Quickie Lube for you, MACBETH! :)

**SCH**
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Monday, November 15, 1999

THANKS to all that has responded regarding the "poem" that one of my BW friends has sent me earlier this year........although the search is still on. I suppose I will need to enlist the powers of ENDORA to cast the appropriate spell for the correct witch that sent me the poem, originally. ENDORA!?! ENDORA!?! It's your favorite nephew, Henry, calling for your help! ENDORA?!? ENDORA?!?

Broph
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Monday, November 15, 1999

Sorry to say, Sue - Erin hasn't been online in about a year. She has done some online chats, but she hasn't made her e-mail address public since her move out to the left coast. BTW, forgot to mention - Happy Birthday, Macbeth - where are you man?! (car?!)

Sue L.


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Monday, November 15, 1999

anyone know Erin's email address? thanks

Mark


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Monday, November 15, 1999

Jude: I also enjoyed the music from seasons 1-3. The show changed somewhat in season 4 but season 5 picked up. I definately did not like the music in seasons 6,7,8. Scooby Doo Where Are You was more like it during those years. I can't believe they shared some of the same music-but they did if you listen close enough. Did not like anything too much about season 8. I also agree with you about the clicks on this page.

Broph
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Monday, November 15, 1999

Guys, sorry about that - past posts are now available. It was quite a weekend and it'll be awhile before I'm over it. More later (got to work late!).

Mark


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Monday, November 15, 1999

Can't get to past postings. Watched Dick Sargents' first filmed episode aka remake of Devided He Falls. One of my favorites from the 6th season. AM had great lines in that one. "Crashing Boar" "Why don't you open the pation door & start a fire, that way you'll have everything" When asked by Darrin if she wanted tea; "I'll pass" I was hysterical. N@N cut so much though- they cut out whole scenes! Oh well, guess its better than nothing-second thought-better than SGN.

Endora
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Monday, November 15, 1999

Broph: I can't get to the past postings either...sigh, it's probably another one of that fool Arthur's practical jokes....

Sam R
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Sunday, November 14, 1999

JEFF H: A thousand apologies, I thought it was POLYCHROME that advised me about the Dr. Spock/Mr. Spock query that I had....(i did a 'duh, duh' I'm afraid.) DAVE & JUDE: It was in 1969 that my FAIRY GODMOTHER and I were last able to watch a B&W Bewitched show together. Those were very special times for us. My mom worked as an RN and did shift work, so we were not able to have alot of quality time together.....but one of the few things we did when we could was watch BW together. My mom will be coming over within the next while and we will finally be able to see these old B&W's together again. It is now 1999, and now all these years have passed, and now we will be able to view them again. I thank you both and most sincerely for that. You guys made it possible.....oh yes, Victor too! Sometimes the little things in life end up being big things: I am so looking forward to viewing them with my Fairy Godmother.

Jude


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Sunday, November 14, 1999

The messages are not there, Broph! I keep getting messages not found on this server.

Broph
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Sunday, November 14, 1999

New Board - The board was getting big again, so I archived the most recent stuff - follow the archives link above to read the earlier posts.