Bewitched (1972)

Season 2 Episode 35

The Catnapper

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM May 19, 1966 on ABC
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Just when you thought it was safe to use your magic, Charlie Leach returns! He keeps his word from his last episode and threatens to expose Samantha and Endora. This time, he kidnaps a cat which is, in reality, an attractive client named Toni Devlin whom Darrin is having a business lunch with. Leach makes a deal with Samantha: the transformed cat for a million dollars. She tricks him by giving him a "money tree" that sprouts dollar bills, and turns him into a mouse. Charlie returns the cat and Sam tries to find Endora to turn Toni back into a human.moreless

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  • Archie Leach is back again and is determined that he will expose both Samantha and Endora as witches - unless they agree to give him one million dollars.

    7.5
    It seems that Archie Leach, the intrepid private investigator, is back from Mexico because he is up to his old tricks again. This time he is blackmailing Endora and Samantha, once again threatening to expose them to the world unless they meet his price, which just happens to be a cool one million dollars.



    Leach goes just a BIT too far this time when he kidnaps a cat, which just happens to be one of Darrin's mega-rich clients, the attractive Toni Devlin (Marion Thompson). Leach sees the opportunity he has been waiting for and says that he will return the 'cat' if the one million dollar price tag is agreed on. Samantha agrees and gives Charlie a money tree which blooms with one hundred dollar bills every 24 hours, however, there is a slight hitch ... Watch the episode and find out what happens and see who wins in the battle of 'Leach versus The Witches'!moreless
Marion Thompson

Marion Thompson

Toni Devlin

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Robert Strauss

Robert Strauss

Charlie Leach

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Virginia Martin

Virginia Martin

Charmaine Leach

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