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  • Actors: Elizabeth Montgomery, Dick York, Agnes Moorehead, Erin Murphy, David Lawrence (IX)
  • Directors: Ida Lupino, Alan Jay Factor, David Orrick McDearmon, Sidney Miller, Russ Mayberry
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Black & White, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0)
  • Subtitles: Chinese, 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: 5
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: October 25, 2005
  • Run Time: 967 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (148 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000AWYOGO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #110,180 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Bewitched - The Complete Second Season (B&W)" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Featurette: "Bewitched, Bewildered, and Be-Bloopered."

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There's magic in the heir when Samantha and Darrin welcome their new baby, Tabitha, in the second sensational season of BEWITCHED. Starring Elizabeth Montgomery, Dick York and Agnes Moorehead, these 38 classic episodes also include a host of famous guest stars including Charlie Ruggles (Bringing Up Baby), Robert Strauss (Stalag 17) and Oscar® winner Richard Dreyfuss (Best Actor, The Goodbye Girl, 1977). Highlighted by the hilarious first appearance of Paul Lynde as Samantha's Uncle Arthur and Alice Pearce's final performance as hysterical neighbor Gladys Kravitz, BEWITCHED: THE COMPLETE SECOND SEASON is an enchanting comedy collection no witch can twitch her nose at.

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Usually in TV Land, the addition of a baby to an established sitcom is a signal to cue the sharks to jump. But domesticated witch Samantha's pregnancy, announced in the season-opener, "Alias Darrin Stephens," and the birth of Tabitha lent Bewitched even more magic. The second-highest-rated show in its first year, Bewitched enjoyed a charmed second season with the introduction of some of the series' most popular recurring characters, including a wickedly funny Paul Lynde as practical joker Uncle Arthur ("The Joker Is a Card," the classic episode with the faux incantation, "Yagazuzi, Yagazuzi, Yagazuzi Zim") and Elizabeth Montgomery's own sassy turn as Samantha's look-alike cousin, Sarina ("And Then There Were Three"). Mabel Albertson debuts as Darrin's mother, Phyllis "I have a sick headache" Stephens. Returning in their signature roles are Dick York (accept no substitutes) as Samantha's mortal husband, Darrin, Agnes Moorehead as Darrin's mother-in-law and nemesis, Endora (who share a sweet, albeit fleeting truce in "And Then There Were Three"), Emmy-winner Marion Lorne as dotty Aunt Clara, and David White as Darrin's ethically challenged boss, Larry Tate. Sadly, this would be Alice Pearce's last season as hysterical busybody neighbor Mrs. Kravitz (it would also be Bewitched's last season in black and white).

Part of the fun of revisiting vintage television series is early appearances by now-famous actors. The episode "Man's Best Friend" features Richard Dreyfuss as "pushy, spoiled, neurotic brat" Rodney, a warlock who assumes canine form to break up the Stephens' marriage. Venerable character actors also conjure up their own thespian wizardry. The wonderful Eve Arden is a nurse who becomes undone by the supernatural goings-on when expectant mother Samantha is admitted to the hospital in "And Then There Were Three." Robert Strauss (Animal in Stalag 17 is a pesky private detective who discovers Samantha's secret in the two-parter "Follow That Witch." Charlie Ruggles (Bringing Up Baby is "Aunt Clara's Old Flame," and that's Marcia Brady (Maureen McCormick) in the Halloween episode, "Trick or Treat," in which Endora disguises herself as a child to give Darrin a werewolf hex. But it's Elizabeth Montgomery, one of TV's goddesses, whose spell is everlasting. --Donald Liebenson

Customer Reviews

I love the Bewitched show as a child growing up in the 60s.
A.D.
You have your choice of "Play All" (very nice!), "Episode Selection" or on the colorized sets, "Languages".
David Pierce
Wiggle your nose and get your copy of Bewitched the Season Season now!
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45 of 47 people found the following review helpful By M. Hart on September 12, 2005
Format: DVD
Between 1964 and 1972, TV audiences were mesmerized by a lovely fictional witch named Samantha (Elizabeth Montgomery, 1933-1995) who fell in love with an ordinary mortal named Darrin Stevens (for the first five seasons, played by Dick York, 1928-1992). Initially, Darrin didn't know that Samantha was a witch and was initially frightened by the prospect upon learning about it, but his love for Samantha was very strong. Equally in love with Darrin, Samantha promised not to use her powers and learn how to live as an ordinary mortal herself. However, Samantha periodically found that using a little witchcraft from time to time wasn't a bad thing; especially when one of her relatives that didn't approve of her marriage with Darrin decided to pay a visit. In particular, neither her mother, Endora (Agnes Moorehead, 1900-1974), nor her father, Maurice (regularly returning guest actor Maurice Evans, 1901-1989), were particularly fond of Darrin and often referred to him as "What's His Name", "Dustbin", "Derwood" or some other unflattering name. However, Samantha's sensitive and very kind Aunt Clara (regularly returning guest actress Marion Lorne, 1883-1968), who had a penchant for collecting doorknobs, liked Darrin; but Darrin (and Samantha) would often get a little nervous when she paid a visit because her powers didn't always do what Aunt Clara expected. Three of Samantha's other aunts who would visit less frequently were Aunt Agatha (occasional returning guest actress Georgia Schmidt, 1904-1997), Aunt Bertha (occasional returning guest actress Reta Shaw, 1912-1982) and Aunt Hagatha (Diana Chesney). Then, there's Samantha's joke-loving Uncle Arthur (Paul Lynde, 1926-1982) who made his first appearance in the second season.Read more ›
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By BRADLEY R HUTSON on August 19, 2005
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
How great it is that the second season of "Bewitched" is coming to DVD so soon on the heels of the first season, again in both original black & white or colorized options. In my opinion there are some real gems in this season. The one where Uncle Arthur plays a trick on Darrin, making him think he can cast a spell on Endora with an incantation, cow bell and duck call (see the title of this review for how it went) is a real hoot. This season also has the one where Endora had a small statue that made mortals tell the truth when they were close to it, as well as the one where she divided Darren into a "fun side" and a "work side". These three episodes are just a drop in the bucket of the fine entertainment that will await you if you buy this set. I will definitely just go ahead and order it off Amazon from the start this time, since I got a rude awakening real quick in trying to find the B/W version of season one at any retail stores around here. At least this is the last season where any trouble will be had, since from season three to the end the show was in color by default!
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78 of 86 people found the following review helpful By John M Spangler on August 31, 2005
Format: DVD
Never before seen in color, Season 2 has been colorfied with the power of computer technology. Season 1 looked fantastic. Season 2 looks a bit artificial on some of the episodes, but they look about as good as they did for Season 1 and considering they had to color a massive 38 episodes, that's quite a feat and I really have nothing to gripe about. A few of the episodes are basic flashbacks from Season 1, which is a bit annoying because they are just recordings from the previous season. Sure there are only a few, but why do episodes that were in the previous season? Very odd. Anyway...They are getting very close to really getting those skin tones right, and to the naked eye, most won't know these are artifical colors for the new color addition.

Season 2 contains a whopping 38 wonderful episodes in all, one gigantic Season for true fans that want to enjoy some serious bewitching entertainment. As fans know, these timeless episodes have easily withstood the test of time, even here in 2005 I'm loving it all. Season 2 still includes the very funny antics of Alice Pearce and George Tobias (Kravitz's)as they reprise their roles as the nosy neighbors across the street. Alice Pearce is a wonderful actress as her nosy-self just makes the series all that more enjoyable. Her relationship with her husband reminds me of the "Roepers" from Three's Company, the crazy one liners from the two will draw chuckles every time!

Unfortunately you'll only be able to enjoy her throughout season 2 as she (sadly) does not return for Season 3 and is replaced by a lesser known, so enjoy the very best Mrs. Kravitz now! Alice Pearce (Mrs. Kravitz) developed cancer in the middle of Season 2 and ask you can see by watching, her weight and health deteriorated.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on August 22, 2005
Format: DVD
Well, believe it or not, even a kid who's my age can appreciate the spells of Bewitched, and enjoy it to the most of my "appreciation level." It seems like JUST yesterday when I recieved Bewitched Season one in the mail, the day after it was released from Amazon, and now I'm ALREADY ready to preorder Season two! How fast was that!? Well... at least it's this year. I'm STILL on the edge of my seat biting my nails for the release!
Here is some tips for anyone hesitant about which version to buy: The b/w version is for lovers of the original "feel" of the first two seasons. The colorized version is for the folks who want to see the first and second seasons of Bewitched in a different way. The color way. The colorization of the first season was actually done pretty well, and I'm sure seeing any mistakes in the first season's colorization, Sony Pictures will improve the quality for season two.
I've only seen maybe 3 episodes in season 2 on tv, but I'm sure that having the whole collection on dvd is going to be a treat for my whole family. If there's anyone who loves the show, but is reluctant to buy the set, you can watch Bewitched on Tv Land or on Broadcast MeTV.
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THIS SET IS AN OBVIOUS CHOICE FOR BEWITCHED FANS TO ADD TO THEIR BEWITCHED COLLECTION!!!!
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