|Salem, here we come! Elizabeth Montgomery returns as the loveable Samantha, along with Dick Sargent, Agnes Moorehead and David White. An eight-part story opens this magical season as the Stephens family treks to the witches' capital so that Samantha can attend a convention. While in Salem, Samantha gets chased by an amorous bedwarmer (who takes an immediate dislike to Darrin). Darrin lands in jail after he's accused of stealing the bedwarmer. Serena has a fling with a live statue, and Paul Revere (accidentally zapped into the 20th century) tries to re-create his famous midnight ride.|
The laughs continue when Endora and Samantha appear on a TV commercial for Bobbins Bonbons. And in a very moving Christmas episode (believed to be one of Elizabeth Montgomery's favorites), Tabitha and her playmate Lisa share an overwhelming desire to be blood sisters. Notable guest stars include Imogene Coca, Cesar Romero, Bert Convy and Tom Bosley (Mr. C on Happy Days). Also returning are series regulars Alice Ghostley (Esmeralda), Erin Murphy (Tabitha), Paul Lynde (Uncle Arthur), Sandra Gould (Gladys Kravitz), Bernard Fox (Dr. Bombay), and Kasey Rogers (Louise Tate).
This four disc collection includes all 28 episodes from The Complete Seventh Season of Bewitched!
"...a fun, whimsical sitcom that still entertains...The actors' comic timing is spot on... DVD Times
"...strong and energetic performances, solid writing, a parade of guest stars... James Plath, DVD Town
Editor's NoteABC aired the seventh season of their long-running sitcom BEWITCHED in 1970-71. The role of Samantha Stephens's (Elizabeth Montgomery) husband, Darrin, continues to be played by the smarmy Dick Sargent in this season after Dick York left the series due to an ongoing illness. The show is based around the mismatched couple, who attempt to overcome the fact that Samantha is a witch and Darrin is a mere mortal. Samantha's family, led by her mother, Endora (Agnes Moorehead), never approved of the marriage, and the overbearing mom regularly casts wicked spells on the beleaguered Darrin. Despite all these obstacles, Samantha and Darrin somehow manage to stay together, and this wickedly funny season continues in much the same vein as the preceding six. Included here are all 28 episodes.
|Rolf Miller, Nominee, Outstanding Achievement in Makeup|
|Dick York, Nominee, Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series|
|Marion Lorne, Winner, Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Comedy|
|Agnes Moorehead, Nominee, Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Comedy|
|Alice Pearce, Winner, Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Comedy|
|Elizabeth Montgomery, Nominee, Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series|
|William Asher, Winner, Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy|
|William Asher, et. al., Nominee, Outstanding Comedy Series|
Golden Globe (1965)
|Elizabeth Montgomery, Nominee, Best TV Star - Female|