Bewitched (1972)

Season 2 Episode 25

The Horse's Mouth

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Mar 03, 1966 on ABC
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A race horse named Dalleyrand runs away from its owner and into the Stephens' yard. Samantha communicates with the horse by turning her into a woman. Darrin objects, but Samantha tells him that it is a special opportunity to really know what a horse's life is like in the races.moreless

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  • When an unhappy racehorse runs away from its owner and ends up at the Stephens'house, all kinds of problems occur.

    3.5
    A pretty dull episode with not a lot to recommend it but there are a couple of laughs here and there.



    A racehorse named "Dallyrand" is sick of the way she is being treated by her owner, who favors another horse which just happens to be her sister. Miserable with her lot, she runs away and ends up in Samantha and Darrin's backyard. Samantha wants to findout more about the beautiful animal so she changes her into a human named "Dolly" (played in human form by Patty Regan). Dolly tells Sam all about how she is always forced to lose a race so that her sister can win and take all the glory.



    Samantha feels a lot of sympathy for the horse and goes to talk to the owner, whilst having a bet or two on the races. The owner is convinced to allow "Dallyrand" to run a race her own way - and wins by a mile, much to the delight of Sam, Darrin and the owner!



    This episode didn't do much for me but the horses were gorgeous.moreless
Robert Sorrells

Robert Sorrells

Gus Walters

Guest Star

Sidney Clute

Sidney Clute

Jack Spindler

Guest Star

Patty Regan

Patty Regan

Dolly

Guest Star

Julie Young

Julie Young

Tabitha Stephens

Recurring Role

Tamar Young

Tamar Young

Tabitha Stephens

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