Bewitched (1972)

Season 2 Episode 9

And Then I Wrote...

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Nov 11, 1965 on ABC
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Samantha sets up a play for a rest home to celebrate the end of the Civil War. As she writes, Endora brings her characters to life to help Sam out. Of course, nosy Gladys see all this and goes crazy, as usual. Sam suffers a writer's block near the end of writing, and her play characters lend a hand to tie up the loose ends.moreless

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  • Samantha is roped into writing a play to celebrate what is supposedly the anniversary of the end of the American Civil War but she finds that it isn't as easy as she first thought.moreless

    3.5
    Samantha has been asked to write a play for the residents of a local retirement home to commemorate the end of the US Civil War. The task proves extremely difficult as she discards draft after draft and despairs of ever getting it completed. Endora decides to assist by making the three main characters of the play come to life so that Samantha can "see" her creations in the flesh and gain inspiration from them.



    Enter Samantha's three creations. Confederate Captain Corcoran (Chet Stratton), sweet damsel, Violet (Eileen O' Neill) and a Native American (Tom Nardini), who all give Samantha tips and advice on how to write the play. When she has trouble ending her story, they even write the final act for her before obligingly disappearing.



    This episode was very weak with very few laughs to be had but no doubt die hard "Bewitched" fans will enjoy it.moreless
Chet Stratton

Chet Stratton

Captain Corcoran

Guest Star

Tom Nardini

Tom Nardini

Indian

Guest Star

Eileen O'Neill

Eileen O'Neill

Violet

Guest Star

Alice Pearce

Alice Pearce

Gladys Kravitz

Recurring Role

George Tobias

George Tobias

Abner Kravitz

Recurring Role

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