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Bewitched: Season 6

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The magic on Morning Glory Circle continues as Samantha (Elizabeth Montgomery), Darrin (Dick Sargent), and Endora (Agnes Moorehead) return in Bewitched - The Complete Sixth Season. Notable for being Dick Sargent's first season as Darrin. 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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Yes, yes, we’ve heard it before: Bewitched jumped the broom in season six when Dick Sargent replaced Dick York as Darrin Stevens, the most infamous cast switcheroo in TV history. But if you don’t purchase this set, be advised that you will miss what Quentin Tarantino, when he hosted Saturday Night Live, proclaimed to be "the single greatest moment in television history": Serena’s rendition of "I’ll Blow You a Kiss in the Wind" in the episode "Serena Stops the Show." Beyond that, this season shows there was still plenty of magic left in this supernatural series. Over the course of the first five seasons, Bewitched replaced Louise Tates and Gladys Kravitzes, so why not Darrin? Besides, Sargent was originally tapped to star as Darrin (but he was contractually bound elsewhere). However, Marion Lorne, who won an Emmy as endearingly addled Aunt Clara, was irreplaceable. So when she passed away, a new character was introduced this season; Esmeralda (Alice Ghostley), a shy witch whose lack of self confidence caused her to fade when she got nervous, and whose good-intentioned spells invariably backfired. If this season suffers from anything, it’s more a sense of been there, twitched that. There is yet another Halloween episode that battles the "ugly witch" stereotype, and several in which a spell gone awry is explained away as a concept for one of Darrin’s ad campaigns (why else would there be a unicorn in the Stevens’ backyard in the episode, "Samantha’s Yoo-Hoo Maid"). And Endora (Agnes Moorehead) continues to cast embarrassing spells on Darrin, like transforming him into a yes-man in "You’re So Agreeable," or compelling him to speak in nothing but clichés in "The Phrase is Familiar." But the writers did conjure up some fresh situations. In a two-parter, Darrin’s newfound magic powers go to his head. In "Samantha’s Secret is Discovered," Samantha (Elizabeth Montgomery) finally reveals to her mother-in-law (Mabel Albertson) that she is "a cauldron-stirring, card-carrying" witch. And this season, Samantha gives birth to warlock infant Adam. The adorable Erin Murphy, as daughter Tabitha, gives the show some added kid appeal with her misguided uses of her budding powers. In the season opener, she switches places with Jack (Family Affair’s Johnny Whitaker) to climb the beanstalk and confront the Giant. In another episode, she creates a double of Samantha so she can go to the park. In addition to Montgomery’s groovy dual role as Serena, this season offers the always-welcome return of Paul Lynde as practical joker and insult zinger Uncle Arthur and Bernard Fox as the cantankerous and contemptuous Dr. Bombay. This set’s extras are limited to two random "minisodes" of The Partridge Family and I Dream of Jeannie. --Donald Liebenson

Special Features

  • All 30 episodes from the 1969-1970 season on four discs
  • Minisode: "The Partridge Family" - The Eleven Year Itch
  • Minisode: "I Dream of Jeannie" - Where'd You Go-Go?

Product Details

  • Actors: David White, Agnes Moorehead, Erin Murphy, Dick Sargent, Elizabeth Montgomery
  • Format: Box set, Color, Dubbed, Full Screen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono), Portuguese (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, Portuguese
  • Dubbed: French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: May 6, 2008
  • Run Time: 760 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (142 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0014FAIYS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #64,123 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Bewitched: Season 6" on IMDb

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Opening the 6th Season (1969-1970) with Dick Sergeant, replacing Dick York, was going to be both challenging and somwhat of a gamble to see if fans of the show would continue to be entralled and in love with America's (and the world's!) favorite housewife witch! With some of the most creative and memorable episodes, showcasing all of the actors talents, the season remained a favorite with fans! Here is a list of the 30 episodes in the Season 6 dvd set!

1 Samantha and the Beanstalk - As the 1969-1970 season begins, we are greeted by an all-new Darrin Stephens (Dick Sergeant). Tabitha is jealous of the new baby and decides to run away in the storybook of "Jack and the Beanstalk". Phyllis (Darrin's Mother) sees Jack and is very confused about what is going on. Samantha finds out that Tabitha twitched herself into the storybook and goes in to get her back. She finds Tabitha shrinking the story's giant and messing up the entire story. Samantha tells Tabitha to put everything right back where she found it and brings her home. A fun and entertaining first episode that kicks off Season 6, and gets the viewer ready for another magical season!

2 Samantha's Yoo-Hoo Maid - A year after Aunt Clara passed on, Esmerelda carries on her memory by being a bumbling witch as well. Esmerelda sneezes up a whole lot of trouble when Darrin has a prospective client over to look at ad layouts. And whenever she gets nervous, she fades out! Darrin uses Esmerelda's magical goof-ups to good use when he presents a unicorn as a design for the client's car company. Samantha tells Darrin that Esmerelda will only visit when she is called.

3 Samantha's Caesar Salad - Samantha wants Esmerelda to make a Caesar salad, but ends up bringing Julius Caesar instead!
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"Bewitched" changed on many fronts in its 6th season, 1969-1970. The most obvious change was the replacement of Dick York by Dick Sargent as Darren. York had a serious back problem that kept him from working, and facing pressure from ABC, both Liz Montgomery and Bill Asher had no choice but to replace him. This was also the year the Ashers made Ashmont Productions. This compnay would go on to produce the remaining years of "Bewitched". At the end of the 5th season Elizabeth and William Asher wanted to close production, but ABC, not wanting to lose a hit show, gave them part ownership of the series and huge salary increases.
Another change was the show's opening. There is new animation featuring Samantha on her broom, along with the new "Darren", and we now have an announcer saying, "Elizabeth Montgomery in..."Bewitched"".
30 episodes are included with this boxset and they look clean and crisp as if they were made yesterday. However, the scripts this season started to wane, as they are not as innovative and original as the five previous seasons. Still, if you are an ardent "Bewitched" fan, like me, pick up this season to help complete your collection.
On a final note, since Marion Lorne had died it was important to have a "dumb" witch on the show. Alice Ghostley appears this season as Esmeralda, a witch with weak powers who fades whenever she gets nervous. Her performance is both funny and outrageous.
On a sad note, this was also the year "Bewitched" lost a substantial portion of their audience. This was due to the recast of a major player in the series. The show finished at #25, after being at #12 the previous year: a loss of many million viewers. The final Nielsen ratings for the 1969-1970 season was a 20.6.
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I can not believe that there is only two more seasons left. I am sad that the original Darrin is gone. He was great. Now Adam, their son, is coming into the picture and also a new Darrin. I love this show so much. It's great for the whole family and everyone will love it. I have all five seasons and am super excited for the sixth to be in my hand.
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And this after a Season 3 episode where Sam promised she could never zap up another Darrin Stephens. But here we are with Dick Sargent as the new "Derwood." I'll say right off the bat, that I don't hate Sargent. I don't hate anyone--not even Joe Besser as a stooge, but that's a different subject entirely.

Let's just say that while watching the Season 6 episodes, I have a hard time forgetting Dick York & how great he was in the role. It's even evident in the episodes where "Darwin" and Endora are going at it, that I just can't help think how fun it was to watch York & Agnes Moorehead go back and forth--whereas with Sargent & Agnes it just seems like petty sniping.

And the writers for the show definitely seem to start repeating themes more often than usual. That's usually the first sign of a sitcom in trouble--i.e. the first episode that Sargent actually filmed as the new Darrin, "Samantha's Better Halves" which was a remake of a classic Dick York episode from Season 2.

Also repeated from a past season is the idea of Sam's father Maurice giving Darrin a charm which will grant him magic powers. Of course, this idea was brought up in what was Dick York's final episode as Darrin in Season 5 and gets stretched out into a 2-part episode in year 6--where once again we see the familiar idea of Darrin getting intoxicated with magical powers.

Season 6 also gave us the new character of Esmeralda, a bumbling but well meaning witch whose powers are past their prime (sound familiar). Basically, Esmeralda was seemingly created with the idea of filling the void left by the late, great Marion Lorne who delighted viewers of the show as Aunt Clara for the first 4 years of Bewitched.
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