Through another goof by Esmerelda in trying to return a Paul Revere teapot, she zaps up the real Paul Revere and his horse.

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Sir Leslie Bancroft
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While Darrin and Samantha are in Salem, Larry sends them a gift via special messenger: a replica Paul Revere teapot. The catch is that Larry wants Darrin to regift the teapot to Sir Leslie Bancroft, a visiting potential client from London, a meeting with who Larry wants Darrin to attend despite Darrin being on vacation. Sir Leslie, the owner of British Imperial Textiles, is a Revolutionary War buff, hence the gift of the teapot. Despite Darrin initially having no intention of attending the meeting, a problem nonetheless ensues when Larry, with Sir Leslie in tow, comes to retrieve the teapot, Esmeralda who took it back to New York with her along with all the other purchases Samantha and Darrin have made in Salem thus far. So Samantha has to contact Esmeralda to send the teapot back to Salem via witchcraft. A further problem arises when Esmeralda's failed witchcraft sends Paul Revere in the flesh to Samantha and Darrin's hotel room instead of the teapot. Waiting for Esmeralda's ... Written by Huggo

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29 October 1970 (USA)  »

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The title is based upon the movie Destry Rides Again (1939). See more »

Goofs

Late in the program, Samantha and Paul Revere go to Boston, and the two appear to be in Boston's Copley Square. Paul looks at the church in the distance and points out that the Old North Church "still stands to this day!" Actually the church shown is the Trinity Church in Copley Square. The Old North Church really does still stand though in the North End, a short distance from Copley. See more »

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