While writing a Civil War play Samantha finds her characters coming to life.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Chet Stratton ...
Captain Corcoran
Tom Nardini ...
Doctor Passmore
Joanie Larson ...
Bill Dungan ...
Vaudeville Performer #1
Skeets Minton ...
Vaudeville Performer #2


Because she feels it's a worthwhile community event, Samantha agrees for Darrin to do the advertising for a Civil War pageant without telling him beforehand. The problem is is that Darrin has no time to do the work, but he feels he can't back out on Samantha's word. In a tit-for-tat move, Darrin in turn gives his word to the event organizer that Samantha will do something for the pageant, namely write it. Despite having intimate knowledge of the event itself, Samantha is having writer's block. Endora suggests that she materialize the characters in front of her so that she can get a better idea of the story once those characters are in front of her. Once she materializes her three main characters - a confederate soldier (complete with his steed), his Yankee love interest, and a native American - two problems arise. First, a nosy Mrs. Kravitz sees these characters materialize and disappear in and out of thin air. Second, the characters materialize whenever Samantha thinks about them. ... Written by Huggo

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11 November 1965 (USA)  »

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The title is from the album 'And Then I Wrote', the first recorded by country singer Willie Nelson in 1962. See more »


[first lines]
Doctor Passmore: Good afternoon. Mrs. Stephens?
Samantha Stephens: Yes.
Doctor Passmore: I'm Doctor Passmore. Is Mr. Stephens in?
Samantha Stephens: No, I'm sorry, he isn't, but I expect him soon. Won't you come in, Doctor?
Doctor Passmore: Oh, thank you. Oh, just by the way of introduction, I am cheif psychiatrist at Meadowbrook Rest Home. Our guests are aware of the fact that this is the centennial of the year which marked the end of the War Between the States, and uh... they'd like to do something about it.
Samantha Stephens: Aren't they a bit late?
Doctor Passmore: Mrs. Stephens, they would like to ...
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