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I married a, what?,
This review is from: Criterion Collection: I Married a Witch [Blu-ray]  [US Import] (Blu-ray)
Fredric March of "Seven Days in May" (1964) fame gets to quickly play several descendents of the pilgrim Wooley (Jonathan, Nathaniel, Samuel, and Wallace.) That is the pilgrim that burned witches, Jennifer (Veronica Lake) and Daniel (Cecil Kellaway) in the 17th century. On their way up in smoke, a curse is placed on the Wooley descendents, that they should me unhappily married.
It was inevitable that the evil father and daughter witch team would return to do more mischief. Will this backfire and will he or she learn from not to be so evil or will they keep it bottled up?
You may be able to identify with the curse. So you need to be sure your spouse sees you laugh at this.
This is one of those situation comedies that you just assume they end up to grater. Don't be too sure.
There is really very little resemblance between this story and the situation comedy "Bewitched".
I have has several copies as they slowly improve the picture and even the sound. The best copy at the time of this review is I Married a Witch (Criterion Collection) [Blu-ray]. They used a 2k restoration process. There are a couple of times that it looks like they missed; however for the most part it is a perfect restoration. There is no voice over commentary or making of extras.
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