Bewitched (1964–1972)
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A Change of Face 

"A Change of Face" is an episode of Bewitched starring Elizabeth Montgomery, Dick York, and Agnes Moorehead. Darrin becomes very insecure when Samantha and Endora start playing with the features on his face.

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... Samantha Stephens
... Darrin Stephens
... Endora
... Abner Kravitz
... Gladys Kravitz
Gene Blakely ... Dave
... Michelle
Elisa Ingram ... Barbara Lucas
... Man in Bar
Paul Barselou ... Bartender Joe (as Paul Barselow)
Henry Hunter ... Doctor
... Larry Tate
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Endora stops by for a visit while Darrin is taking a nap. As Samantha and Endora's discussion veers toward the way that Darrin looks, Samantha and Endora decide to experiment with different looks to Darrin's face. As Samantha forgets to change him back, a horrified Darrin sees the transformation they did to his face after he awakens. While Darrin is upset with Samantha for this experimentation, he becomes more self-conscious about the way he looks and if Samantha really does believe that he has an unattractive face. To provide Darrin with some much needed self-confidence, Samantha feels he needs some compliments from a sexy stranger, and who best to provide those words than a witchcraft-transformed Samantha. Endora in turn feels that Samantha is playing a dangerous game, as a less than confident Darrin may act upon those compliments toward that stranger if only to make himself feel better. Written by Huggo

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13 May 1965 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Quotes

Gladys Kravitz: Abner, believe me, there was a strange lady driving their car.
Abner Kravitz: There's only one strange lady around here, Gladys.
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Soundtracks

C'est si bon
(uncredited)
Music by Henri Betti
Instrumental version
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