Bewitched (1964–1972)
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The Corn Is as High as a Guernsey's Eye 

Depressed Aunt Clara wants to turn herself into a useful object. On a trip to town to cheer her help Sam comes across a famous cow belonging to one of Darrin's clients and kidnaps it thinking that it is her aunt.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Endora (credit only)
C.L. Morton
Joseph V. Perry ...
Mr. Henerson (as Joseph Perry)
Art Lewis ...
Mr. Culpepper
William Tregoe ...
Mr. Whittle


Aunt Clara, having just met with Endora and some of her contemporaries, is thinking about giving up and turning herself into something useful like a footstool. Endora likened her to an old cow that needed to be put out to pasture. To cheer Aunt Clara up, Samantha convinces Darrin to take them out for lunch. Forgetting to run an errand, Samantha leaves Aunt Clara in the lobby of Darrin's building while she runs that errand. Upon Samantha's return, Aunt Clara is nowhere to be found, but a cow is in the lobby, the cow which she believes is Aunt Clara. In reality, Aunt Clara went to look for a place to sit down, while the cow is a publicity stunt concocted by the Whittle Agency, one of McMann & Tate's competitors, to woo C.L. Morton for the Morton Dairy account. While Samantha zaps what she believes is Aunt Clara home and tries to convince her to change back into a witch, Whittle, Morton and the authorities try to locate $12,000 Ginger the cow. News of a cow at the home of an executive of... Written by Huggo

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26 January 1967 (USA)  »

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The title refers to a line from the song "Oh, What a Beautiful Morning," from the Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II musical "Oklahoma!" that reads: "The corn is as high as an elephant's eye." The original Broadway production of "Oklahoma!" opened at the St. James Theater in New York City on May 31, 1943 and ran for 2,212 performances, setting a record for a musical. See more »


References Oklahoma! (1955) See more »

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5 July 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I watched this as a kid and did not notice but watching it now where Aunt Clara is in front of the lift it looks like a lot of people walking in and out of shot but when you look more closely you realise that there is only a handful of them specially the old man with the moustache the one who is tending to the dazed lift attendant ,you also see him pass the door entrance when aunt Clara comes in , I have seen him more episodes like the one where he is watching Benjamin franklin being arrested for taking a fire engine and he is also a member of the jury at his trial , mind you we did not have videos back then to see these things

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