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Old 10-30-2011, 11:51 AM   #1
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Default Bewitched actual bloopers and behind the scenes

Hello does any footage survive of actual Bewitched bloopers or behind the scenes footage?
I'm sure people want to see the actors cracking up from not remembering their lines.
And not the mistakes on the dvd releases where they show the 'hidden wires' or ddifferent hairstyles.
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Old 10-30-2011, 07:42 PM   #2
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OH! There's so so much stuff that could have been put on the dvd sets of this classic series!! In addition to bloopers, they could have included sponser intros, vintage interviews, back stories, commentaries....what a waste!!

Youtube has a " Bewitched channel" with all kinds of rare extras!!
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My favorite is the special the cast of Bewitched introducing the new cars from '65 Chevrolet and helping the Bewitched cast were the cast from Bonanza, it was really cool watching the whole thing.
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One of my favorite bloopers can be seen right in an episode. It was the time Samantha was working at the church bazaar and Serena pretended to be Sam and tormented Darrin all day. He found out, but by then the real Sam came home with a lemon meringue pie for him. When he hit her in the face with the pie you can see that Elizabeth Montgomery is laughing so hard that she can hardly speak. She had to dub her actual line later. So you can hear her saying it but you can clearly see that she's laughing and not really saying it right then in the scene.
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One of my favorite bloopers can be seen right in an episode. It was the time Samantha was working at the church bazaar and Serena pretended to be Sam and tormented Darrin all day. He found out, but by then the real Sam came home with a lemon meringue pie for him. When he hit her in the face with the pie you can see that Elizabeth Montgomery is laughing so hard that she can hardly speak. She had to dub her actual line later. So you can hear her saying it but you can clearly see that she's laughing and not really saying it right then in the scene.

That sounds like something worth checking out!!
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I also heard that in the same episode Serena's wig moves when being hit with the pie and Ages Moorehead's reaction was real.
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