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Bewitched: Season 3 [DVD] [1966] [2006]


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  • Actors: Samantha Stephens, Dick York, Agnes Moorehead, David White, Diane Murphy
  • Format: Subtitled, PAL, Colour, Full Screen, Mono
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Greek, Spanish, Dutch, Italian, English, Arabic
  • Dubbed: Spanish, Italian
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 24 July 2006
  • Run Time: 825 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000FIHIRU
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 64,197 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Welcome back to 1164 Morning Glory Circle for the third magical season of BEWITCHED! This third season of the hit show would see two major events occur. It would be the first episodes of the series to be filmed entirely in colour and Elizabeth Montgomery and Agnes Moorehead would receive their first Emmy® nominations! Along with returning regular stars Samantha (Montgomery), Darrin (Dick York) and Endora (Moorehead), this third season would also see the debut of baby Tabitha’s “wishcraft” powers, the hysterical return of mischievous Uncle Arthur (Paul Lynde) and the hilarious misadventures of bumbling Aunt Clara (Marion Lorne). BEWITCHED: THE COMPLETE THIRD SEASON contains 33 enchanting episodes of comedy, fun and magic…a spellbinding combination that you can’t afford to miss.

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The introduction of colour takes a bit of the magic out of Bewitched, but adorable toddler Tabitha brings her own special enchantment to this third season, which earned Emmy nominations for Outstanding Comedy Series. Also nominated were Elizabeth Montgomery as sophisticated, albeit domesticated, witch Samantha, Agnes Morehead as her disapproving mother Endora, and Marion Lorne as addled Aunt Clara, whose mis-spellings wreak havoc in the Stephens household, as when she unwittingly conjures up Ben Franklin in "My Friend Ben." As the season begins, "typical average baby" Tabitha reveals her heretofore dormant supernatural powers. In the next episode, "The Moment of Truth," Darrin (Dick York) is distressed to find out about his daughter. "Remember 'normal'?" he wails to his wife. "We were going to have a normal married life" Though one laments that Serena is missing in action, the return of Bernard Fox as Dr. Bombay (in "There's Gold in Them Thar Pills") and Paul Lynde's practical joker Uncle Arthur are always welcome, even if Arthur's feud with Endora in "Endora Moves in for a Spell" never reaches the comic heights of season 2's "The Joker Is a Card" (the Yagazuzie Zim episode).

Other venerable character actors cast their distinctive spells, including Estelle Winwood ("Hold Me, Touch Me" in the original The Producers) and Reta Shaw (Mary Poppins) as Endora's sisters in "Witches and Warlocks Are My Favorite Things; Marty Ingalls as a rival ad agency spy in "Dangerous Diaper Dan"; Norman "Mr. Roper" Fell as Sigmund Freud(!) in "I'd Rather Twitch Than Fight"; and, in a bizarre cameo, Willie Mays as one of Endora's Halloween party guests in "Twitch or Treat." ("You mean he's a...," Darrin stammers. "The way he hits home runs?" Samantha replies, "What else?"). Sandra Gould, replacing Alice Pearce, joins the cast as busybody neighbor Gladys Kravitz. One of the season's most enjoyable episodes is "A Most Unusual Wood Nymph," which allowed York to break out of his confounded husband character to portray the lusty Darrin the Bold, a cursed 14th-century ancestor. And with the sight of the ravishing Montgomery in a castle-maid costume, who needs extras in this otherwise charmed four-disc set? --Donald Liebenson

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By R. DONLAN on 1 Nov 2006
Format: DVD
I adore Bewitched, its taken a while for it to finally come to DVD but Sony are finally putting them out with season four due early 2007.

This is another wonderful season of this show where the cast is exceptional, Elizabeth Montgomery is a wonderful actress she lights up the screen and plays off well against the rest of the cast, Dick York is very manic but who can blame him for the situations he ends up in each week surrounded by witches and warlocks. This season he discovers his daughter Tabitha is also a witch.

What set this show apart was the rest of the cast they are stellar the brightest being Agnes Moorehead she is glorious as Endora, Paul Lynde as the practical joking Uncle Arthur lights up every show hes in. Marion Lorne provides a more gentle comedy but no less amusing as the befuddled Aunt Clara and Maurice Evans playing Samantha's father with Shakespeare never far from his lips you can gurantee he will always make a dramatic entrance and exit.

Theres a total of thirty three episodes on this set, they are not all brilliant but the good ones far outway the mediocre ones. The extras as always leave a bit to be desired just one short extra, I am sure there are interviews with the cast and crew in the past in the vaults it would be nice to see them, even something from the fans eye view wouldnt go a miss.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Donna Panda on 10 Sep 2009
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Bewitched - Series 3 - Complete [DVD] [1966]

I was thrilled to find Bewitched was becoming available on DVD as I watched it years ago on tv and always wanted to own the complete series.
Elizabeth Montgomery is at her most sparkling best in this season and she is given able support from Dick York and Agnes Moorehead and the stellar guest cast who play Darrrin's cantakerous clients at McMann and Tate - it is fun to see the actors pop up again as different characters!
The story has moved on to Tabitha's first forays into witchdom which provides hilarious episodes with Darrin trying to hide it from his friends and family and there are the usual fantastic storylines with Aunt Clara played by the lovely actress Marion Lorne.
This edition has no extras like the season two box set's blooper reel but with so much fun spread over 4 discs you dont really miss anything.
I highly recommend Bewitched as a treat for fans of good comedy!
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I've probably seen a third of the actual number of episodes over the years as they've appeared on tv. I had no idea there were so many! I remembered Bewitched being a childrens show but how wrong I was now that I look at it again. It's surreal, quirky and some episodes particularly in this season are very cleverly written. Yes, it is a safe and reliable family show but has much more to it in the shape of the neighbours and their paranoia about the Stevens family, Darrin's poor boss, the regular drunk at the bar who's alcoholism isn't helped by the magical mayhem visited upon the place, and the poor clients of the advertising agency who visit the home. When you see this in batches of 2 or 3 episodes at a time the many layers shine through and make it improve with age. Well it did for me.
To be fair there are some episodes which are weak which is not surprising when there are 30 or more shows to produce in a series, but the good ones more than make up for the minority. The best episode for me is the one where Sam is under the impression Aunt Clara has turned herself into a cow. It's not that it's full of jokes, it's because it's such a character piece and the mad world of Samantha and Darren bounds along at such a pace.

The picture is very sharp and the colours are clean in this first series done in colour. A lot of care has been put into this release. If only the first two series had been left as black and white instead of being colourised! Those artificial colours cannot match the vibrant ones for seasons 3 and onwards.

If you buy this, no matter what age you are you will enjoy Samantha's chaotic world more than you remember!
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A captivating series, which brings us back to the past so simple that we lived in our youth and to never return.
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By BTTF on 27 Jan 2014
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This is another classic sitcom from the early days and I don't understand why it is not being shown or repeated on any of the 100s of TV channels that we can have and can access today. The DVD is excellent with good sound and picture quality.
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By Hele558 on 30 Dec 2013
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I just love the thought of having a magical power, I had to add this one to my collection. Probably wouldn't recommend this movie but its a must in my collection
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By Susan Hoult on 20 Oct 2013
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Brilliant series bewitched has me bewitched watching it ...loved watching as a kid and still love to watch it now
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By mr david c salter on 4 Jan 2013
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A christmas gift? but was very good,IT has been viewed and we are very happy with the box set,Thank you.
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