Bewitched (1972)

Season 7 Episode 13

Sisters at Heart

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Dec 24, 1970 on ABC
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Samantha and Darrin invite Lisa, the daughter of their friends, Keith and Dorothy Wilson, to stay with Tabitha on Christmas Eve while they go away. Lisa and Tabitha want to be sisters because they get along so well with each other. They're discouraged when someone tells them that they can't be sisters, because Lisa is black and Tabitha is white. Meanwhile, a racist client checks up on Darrin and thinks that Darrin is in a mixed-race marriage when Lisa answers the door.moreless

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  • Incredible episode!

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    It's amazing that the script was written by a class of 10th graders. I can see why this would be Elizabeth Montgomery's favorite episode. It helps people both young and old to understand that all men are brothers, which goes along with the fact that all women are sisters at heart, no matter what race, creed or color. Back in the 70's, there was still a lot of racial prejudice, which, unfortunately still remains today, even though we have an African American president.moreless
Don Marshall

Don Marshall

Keith

Guest Star

Parley Baer

Parley Baer

Mr. Brockway

Guest Star

Venetta Rogers

Venetta Rogers

Lisa

Guest Star

Erin Murphy

Erin Murphy

Tabitha Stephens

Recurring Role

David Lawrence (VI)

David Lawrence (VI)

Adam Stephens

Recurring Role

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    • At a certain point, an extremely high dining room ceiling is shown, which would make it impossible for there to be bedrooms on the second story.

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    • This episode completed filming on November 12, 1970.

    • This episode was repeated on ABC on December 22, 1971.

    • This script was the recipient of the Governor's Award at the Emmys in 1971, and was Elizabeth Montgomery's favorite episode. The story was written by a 10th grade English class in Los Angeles. The names of these students are: Sandra Black, Eddie Brown, Burles Cook, Patricia Don, Larry Freeman, Bobby Harris, Carliss Henderson, Harold Henry, James Higdon, Matie Huddleston, Deborah Janise, Angila Thomas, Donnie Wallace, Ronnie Wallace, Glenn Williams, Jo Williams, Bruce Woods, Annette Johnson, Wayman Jones, Orall Joseph, Jr., Stephen Kirk, Glenda Petty, Robert Radall, Gail Smith, Carmella Stuckey, Tanya Sweed.

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