Bewitched (1964–1972)
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Samantha's Thanksgiving to Remember 

Through the bumbling magic of Aunt Clara the Steven's family and Mrs. Kravetz spend Thanksgiving with the original pilgrims in 1620.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Endora (credit only)
Laurie Main ...
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What was going to be the Stephens' quiet Thanksgiving dinner for three turns into four with the unexpected arrival of Aunt Clara. Aunt Clara, who is reminiscing about the first Thanksgiving, instead decides she'd rather spend it with her friends that settled in Plymouth. Her incantation to get herself there unexpectedly takes everyone else in her vicinity there as well, which includes Samantha, Darrin, Tabatha, and Gladys Kravitz, who just happened into the room. But getting home may be more difficult if only because Aunt Clara not only zapped them to Plymouth, she zapped them to Plymouth just in time for the first Thanksgiving. Luckily Gladys Kravitz believes it's all a dream. As Aunt Clara tries to remember the incantation to get them back, the others get caught up in celebrating the first Thanksgiving with the likes of Miles Standish and John Alden. But Darrin is concerned about the anti-witch talk among some of the men. It isn't Samantha and Aunt Clara however about who he has to ... Written by Huggo

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23 November 1967 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


As Samantha and Darrin are leaving the cabin after meeting John Alden, a grandfather clock can be seen in the background. The longcase clock wasn't invented until 1670 - in England. See more »

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Well written !
2 November 2013 | by (Miami, FL) – See all my reviews

I always marvel at the clever writing in this episode. Though we really do not know how English sounded, we certainly have a good idea. So I enjoyed how authentic sounding the citizens of Plymouth were.

But my main praise for this episode goes to the writers who spun a sound logical reasoning during the trial scene - as much as can be portrayed in a half-hour sitcom, of course.

It always makes me smile to listen to Elizabeth Montgomery defend Dick York. Yes, it's her delivery but the real prize is the writing by the very talented Levitt team.

The Levitt's: Alfred Lewis Levitt and his wife Helen Levitt wrote under different last names. Alfred August and Helen August, because they had been blacklisted in the 1960s.

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