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  • Actors: Elizabeth Montgomery, Dick York, Dick Sargent, Agnes Moorehead, David White
  • Directors: Richard Michaels, William Asher
  • Writers: Angela Thomas, Annette Johnson, Barbara Avedon, Bernie Kahn, Bob Randall
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Black & White, Color, Dubbed, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Portuguese, Spanish
  • Dubbed: Portuguese, Spanish
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: February 3, 2009
  • Run Time: 712 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (103 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001LRTT30
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,390 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Bewitched: Season 7" on IMDb

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Samantha, a powerful member of the society of witches that has lived apart from (and disdained) humanity for many centuries, falls in love with a mortal, Darrin Stephens. Much to the disgust of most of her family, she vows to give up witchcraft and become an ordinary suburban housewife, raising a family (bearing Tabitha and Adam). Never able to give up her heritage completely, the friction between the matriarchal, moneyless society of her birth and the patriarchal, capitalist society of modern advertising drives the comedy over eight seasons and 256 episodes, from 1964 to 1971.

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In its penultimate season, Bewiched showed little signs of the seven-year twitch. The season begins with an ambitious eight-episode arc, in which the fate of mortal Darrin (Dick Sargent) and witch Samantha's (Elizabeth Montgomery) mixed marriage is to be decided by the Witches Council. A trip to Salem, Mass., leads to a series of charmed misadventures, among them, encounters with a cursed antique colonial bedwarmer with the hots for Samantha and the real Paul Revere. In "Samantha's Old Salem Trip," spell-impaired Esmeralda (Alice Ghostley) accidentally sends Samantha back to 17th century Salem, but it is Darrin who is accused of witchcraft after he is dispatched to rescue her. Disc three of this four-disc set contains a string of inspired episodes that have all of Bewitched's old magic. The delightful Imogene Coca appears in a two-parter as Mary, the dissatisfied Good Fairy, who switches places with Samantha. Dick Sargent, more settled in to his role as the replacement Darrin, gets a crack at one of Dick York's finest half hours in "The Return of Darrin the Bold," in which he appears in a dual role as Darrin's 14th century ancestor, a randy, "warm-blooded Irishman." "The House That Uncle Arthur Built" is "the last in a long line of funnies" featuring the indispensable Paul Lynde as Uncle Arthur, who tries to hide his true practical joker nature from his snooty new girlfriend. This season also contains one of Bewitched's most memorable episodes, "Sisters at Heart," a Christmas story about racism conceived by the 10th grade English class at Los Angeles' Thomas Jefferson High School in which Tabitha (adorable Erin Murphy), told that she and her best friend, a black girl, could never be sisters because they don't look the same, conjures up polka-E20dotted equality. As Endora, Agnes Morehead worked hard for her Emmy nomination this season, conjuring up spell after spiteful spell for the dread "Durwood," including giving him a pig's head, turning him into an insult comedian ("My mother-in-law has one terrible habit--breathing."), and changing him into an old man. And Montgomery doubles the toil and trouble in her dual role as swinging "quicksilver" Serena. From the dancing skeleton in the closet in "The House that Uncle Arthur Built" to Endora's commercial for Bobbins Bon Bons in "The Mother-In-Law of the Year," Bewitched's seventh season will have you under its spell. --Donald Liebenson

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41 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Mike Penn on December 8, 2008
Format: DVD
Hey everyone the 28 episodes of Bewitched Season 7 is coming to us this February. This includes the Salem Saga episodes, everybody's favorite Christmas episode from Bewitched "Sisters at Heart", and "Sam's Old Man".

The Seventh Season begins with "To Go or Not to Go that is the Question". This is the Episode where Hepzibah demands that Sam come to the witches council which is held every one hundred years in Salem and finally in Part 2 Endora convinces Hepzibah to allow Darrin to go. The Salem Saga begins with the third episode of the 7th Season and continues for 6 episodes.

Also in the 7th season we see more of Esmeralda up to her fading magic and we see Sam's egotistical former boyfriend who turns himself into a dog. Two of the best episodes from Season 7 are "Samantha's Old Man" where Endora turns Darrin into a 73 year old man and the best Christmas episode Bewitched had during it's 8 year run "Sisters at Heart", and that dealt with racism. That episode was written by a tenth grade class at Thomas Jefferson High School in Los Angeles, California.

Other classic episodes are "Mother-in-Law of the Year" and the special effects in the episode are amazing. We see Samantha playing the tooth fairy in the 14th episode which includes two parts in "Mary the Good Fairy", which guest stars the all time hilarious Imaogene Coca. This season also is the last season to feature Uncle Arthur, and he makes his final appearance in "The House That Uncle Arthur Built". He leaves all his practical jokes at Sam and Darrin's to impress his new girlfriend, but soon realizes if she doesn't love him for him she isn't worth it.

One of the wildest episodes from Season 7 is where Sam and Darrin and Larry and Louise all trade places. Dr. Bombay is called in to fix the problem.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Frank C. Murillo on December 18, 2008
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It has taken so long for Bewitched to come to dvd, when season one and two came out I thought, it's Bewitched the rest of the seasons will come shortly, wrong,its been a long wait and I almost regretted tossing out my VHS copies I made on tv long ago, but now they are coming out and I can see some episodes I have missed terribly by tossing my VHS out, if season seven is coming out now it can't be too long before the final season 8 is released with still some gem of episodes to the end, I think Bewitched was up for a ninth season but prouducer william asher was devorcing wife Liz and picked up Temperatures Rising to hurt her plus she was tired of the show after 8 years too, afraid of being typecast as Samantha she turned to tv movies and proved she was and awesome actress in many tv movies that were just wonderful and proved she could do more than Samantha (Which she born to Play). She probably would have done a ninth season had ABC not pulled the plug then. But at the time Sargent was signed to show ABC at the time opted to give Bewitched four more seasons but of course only three were completed.I don't think there is any one in the world who doesn't like the show its a trully timeless classic with so many episodes a rare gem in tv land THEY JUST DON'T MAKE THEM LIKE THAT ANYMORE!
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Daniel Black on December 29, 2008
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This is the first of the start of the last two seasons they both start on working vacations but this one starts in Salem and it was in actual Salem So it was interesting to see how they did that with all the special effects that are involved with that series. They had great Guest stars such as Ron Massak (Who would later become Sherriff Metsger in Murder, she wrote ) and Don Marshall ( Dan From Land of The Giants ) on a special Christmas episode which a group of students wrote .

So if you enjoyed the first 6 seasons then you will enjoy this season and it is a must for every Bewitched Fan
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By DEWEY M. VINE VOICE on February 4, 2009
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"Bewitched" continues to be a delightful brew of fun and magic. The Season Seven DVD set, which devoted fans will undoubtedly purchase post-haste, includes Episodes # 201-228 of the series.
During the hiatus between Season 6 and 7, several "Bewitched" sets caught fire. This led producers to shoot an eight episode story line on location in the summer of 1970. Fondly known as "The Salem Saga," these episodes are especially beloved by fans. Viewers will note that Samantha and Darrin's kitchen at home is completely different; the result of set remodeliing after the fire.
While attending an important Witches Convention in Salem, Massachusetts, Samantha (Elizabeth Montgomery) is persued by a "hot bed warmer"-- actually a warlock named Newton (Noam Pitlik) that Cousin Serena (Elizabeth Montgomery's other delicious series role) had hexed several centuries earlier. Serena causes furthur chaos when she transforms Darrin (Dick Sargent) into a statue. She subsequently turns the statue into a man (Robert Brown) so she can date him. Upon returning home, Samantha is immediately zapped back to Olde Salem-- a magical mistake by Esmeralda (Alice Ghostly)-- and Darrin is zapped back in time to rescue her.
Season Seven guest stars include Jane Connell (High Priestess Hepzibah), Bert Convy (Paul Revere), Imogene Coca (Mary, The Good Tooth Fairy) and Tom Bosley (from "Happy Days" and "Murder, She Wrote") as Ferdy, an old boyfriend of Esmeralda. Other special Season Seven episodes include the following:

"Samantha's Pet Warlock: Noam Pitlick returns, this time as Ashley, a warlock boyfriend of Samantha's who, hoping to cause trouble for Darrin, transforms himself into a dog.
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