Bewitched: Season 1, Episode 27

There's No Witch Like an Old Witch (1 Apr. 1965)

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To cheer up Aunt Clara over her dwindling powers, Samantha gets her to try her hand at babysitting.

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Endora (credit only)
Gilbert Green ...
Judge Virgil Winner
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Bertha
Karen Norris ...
Agnes Bain
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Beatrice Caldwell
Brian Nash ...
Jimmy Caldwell
Michael F. Blake ...
Gary Bain (as Michael Blake)
Vicki Malkin ...
Louise Bain
Nina Roman ...
Beulah
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Aunt Clara's friend Bertha secretly confides in Samantha that Aunt Clara's witchcraft is not what it used to be and that helping her transition into a mortal life may be what is in the cards. Both Samantha and Darrin welcome Aunt Clara into their house with open arms to help her make that transition. Although she is unaware of Bertha's talk with Samantha, Aunt Clara does embrace her "mortal" time with Samantha and Darrin and their friends, which leads to a babysitting stint. Samantha believes that Aunt Clara has found her niche in mortal life by doing this babysitting, which she loves. But while Aunt Clara being open about witches and witchcraft may excite and intrigue her young charges, it may bring out the worst in their parents who, if they found out, might see Aunt Clara as being unfit for the job as babysitter. Written by Huggo

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The title is based on the old proverb, "There's no fool like an old fool". See more »

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When Aunt Clara appears in the closet,after Samantha picks up the doorknobs the shadow of the boom mic is visible at the top of the screen. See more »

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Darrin Stephens: Is something wrong Aunt Clara?
Aunt Clara: Oh no. I was just admiring the doorknob.
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