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Filmography by TV series for
Adam Stephens (Character)
from "Bewitched" (1964)

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"Tabitha" (13 episodes)
  1. Tabatha/Pilot #1 (24 April 1976)  
  2. The Pilot (7 May 1977)  
  3. Tabitha's Weighty Problem (10 September 1977)  
  4. Halloween Show (12 November 1977)  
  5. A Star Is Born (19 November 1977)  
  6. Minerva Goes Straight (26 November 1977)  
  7. Mr. Nice Guy (10 December 1977)  
  8. Arrival of Nancy (17 December 1977)  
  9. Tabitha's Triangle (24 December 1977)  
  10. That New Black Magic (31 December 1977)  
  11. What's Wrong with Mister Right? (31 December 1977)  
  12. Paul Goes to New York (7 January 1978)  
  13. Tabitha's Party (14 January 1978)  
"The ABC Saturday Superstar Movie" (1 episode)
... aka "The New Saturday Superstar Movie" - USA (second season title)
  1. Tabitha and Adam and the Clown Family (2 December 1972)  
"Bewitched" (17 episodes)
  1. The Salem Saga (8 October 1970)  
  2. Samantha's Old Salem Trip (12 November 1970)  
  3. Sisters at Heart (24 December 1970)  
  4. Samantha and the Troll (18 February 1971)  
  5. This Little Piggie (25 February 1971)  
  6. Darrin Goes Ape (11 March 1971)  
  7. Money Happy Returns (18 March 1971)  
  8. Samantha's Psychic Slip (1 April 1971)  
  9. Samantha and the Antique Doll (22 April 1971)  
  10. How Not to Lose Your Head to Henry VIII: Part 1 (15 September 1971)  
  11. Samantha and the Loch Ness Monster (29 September 1971)  
  12. Paris, Witches Style (20 October 1971)  
  13. TV or Not TV (3 November 1971)  
  14. Hansel and Gretel in Samanthaland (17 November 1971)  
  15. Adam, Warlock or Washout (29 December 1971)  
  16. Samantha's Magic Sitter (5 January 1972)  
  17. School Days, School Daze (4 March 1972)