Bewitched 8 Seasons 1967

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Season 3
(122) IMDb 7.6/10

24. Art For Sam's Sake TV-G CC

Eudora substitutes a masterpiece for one of Samantha's paintings.

Starring:
Elizabeth Montgomery, Dick York
Runtime:
26 minutes
Original air date:
February 24, 1967

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Art For Sam's Sake

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Season 3

Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Comedy, Kids & Family
Director William Asher
Starring Elizabeth Montgomery, Dick York
Supporting actors Agnes Moorehead, Erin Murphy, David White, Kasey Rogers, Arthur Julian, Tom Palmer, Mickey Deems, Paul Sorensen, John A. Alonzo
Season year 1967
Network Sony Pictures Television
Producers Harry Ackerman, William Froug, Richard Michaels
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Season 3 is no exception.
John M Spangler
Good audio and video quality. plays well in portable DVD player and on my computer.
Ellis D. Rodriguez
After a stressful day of work, I can just watch an episode, and it relaxes me.
S. George

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123 of 138 people found the following review helpful By D. James on January 21, 2006
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The third season and first colour episodes (filmed in colour, not colourised) of this timeless and magical show are on their way! The episodes on this set will include:

73. Nobody's Perfect

First aired: 9/15/1966

Writer: Douglas Tibbles

Director: William Asher

Guest star: Robert F. Simon (Frank Stephens (1) 14- 228 (6 episodes)), C. Lindsay Workman (Dr. Koblin) , David Lewis (Mark Robbins), Robert Q. Lewis (Diego Fenman)

Samantha takes Tabitha for her check up, only to discovers that she (now a little toddler) has her powers! Endora can hardly wait to tell Derweed and watch him "fall to the floor in a emotional heap." Meanwhile, a client of McMann & Tate insists on using Tabitha's image to sell transmitions, and famous baby photographer Diego Fenman thinks he's lost his mind as Tabitha creates chaos in the studio. In the final tag, Darrin is still unaware of Tabitha's magical abilities.

74. The Moment of Truth

First aired: 9/22/1966

Writer: David V. Robison, John L. Greene

Director: William Asher

Guest star: Robert F. Simon (Frank Stephens (1) 14- 228 (6 episodes)), Marion Lorne (Aunt Clara) , Kasey Rogers (Lousie Tate)

Aunt Clara visits and believes her powers have finally blown a fuse, but in truth, Tabitha is the culprit. Samantha sends Aunt Clara home. Without a baby sitter, the Stephens invite the Tates over to their house. Darrin is convinced the floating objects are the result of Clara's power failure until he pratically catches Tabitha in the act. The Stephens decide to make Larry believe he's had too much to drink in hopes he and Louise will leave before the night is a complete disaster.

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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By John M Spangler on April 15, 2006
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Bewitched, still one of the best shows in televesion history as withstood the test of time in full force without any doubts. Way before it's time, Bewitched still manages to make me smile with every single episode. Season 3 is no exception. We luckily get to see the funny antics of "Marion Lorne" Aunt Clara one last time as she sadly dies of heart attack shortly after season 3 was finished. Marion Lorne is surely everyone's favorite Aunt, I still laugh everytime she comes down that chimney.

Sadly, "Alice Pearce" is nowhere to be found. She was, without a doubt, the best Mrs. Kravitz. She died shortly after Season 2 with cancer. Sandra Gould, her replacement does a respectable job, but her antics, spunk and acting abilities are not up to speed with Alice Pearce and it shows in Season 3. Thankfully, everyone is back and and going full force. Mr. Kravitz (George Tobias) is still the ultimate neighbor who still thinks his wife is on drugs for the things she sees across the street. His lines are are hilarious as they were back in the days.

Endora "Agnes Moorehead" and Darrin "Dick York" go at it full force in season 3 and are funnier than ever together. Talk about battling it out full force. Endora still refers to Darrin as being "Dumbo, Dagwood, Dumpy, Darwin and Dopey" and brings a laugh to me everytime when she never remembers her name. The storylines are still fresh and not one of them is recycled from past seasons. This might be one of my favorite seasons, I'll have to wait for Season 4 until I can be sure.

Tabithia plays a pretty crucial role this season as she is coming to her own as becoming a full fledged toddler with witchly powers of her own. She's as adorable as she was in the 60's and you can't help to smile everytime she is on-screen.
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32 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Robin Orlowski on March 22, 2006
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Season three of Bewitched is the first `color' season supported by me and other series purists. This 33-episode 1966-1967 season also introduces some very important characters and clever allusions to the era of series production. Once again, it is an essential purchase for people seeking a genuinely classic TV DVD series.

The season opens with Tabitha's own powers being revealed during her pediatric visit ("Nobody's Perfect"). This creates pressure for Tabitha to be enrolled in a `witches school'---against the wishes of Samantha and Darrin-Tabitha's own parents. We also meet the eccentric Dr. Bombay (Bernard Fox)-whose remedies have `interesting' side effects-he is after all a `witch doctor!

Samantha's famous good nature is tested by her witch relatives during this season. Nobody does this more frequently than the well-intentioned but goofy Aunt Clara (Marion Lorne). She makes several appearances as both a comic foil to Samantha and a sharp contrast to the sardonic Endora.

During "Accidental Twins" Aunt Clara accidentally makes a double of Jonathan Tate during a babysitting assignment, During `The moment of truth' Aunt Clara is almost blamed for showing her witch powers in public until the Stephens's finally recognize Tabitha is the one levitating objects around. Like Clark Kent's secret identity, Samantha Stephens and other witches are supposed to keep their capabilities `private'.

Realizing that she causes snafus, Aunt Clara proposes to turn herself into `something useful'. Panic ensues when Samantha and others briefly assume that she has become a cow ("The Corn is as High as a Guernsey's Eye").
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