Bewitched

Bewitched was a tv show, broadcast on ABC from 1965 to 1972, that like Wizard of Oz used children, programmed in MK Ultra with witchcraft (parents abusing their children to split their mind and create MPD) created by Sol Saks (jewish) and produced by Screen Gems (gemstone alters, Columbia Pictures), Danny Arnold (Arnold Rothmann), William Froug (US Navy, Charlie's Angels, The Twilight Zone) and Harry Ackerman (Gidget, I Dream of Jeannie).  It was directed by William Asher (Anette Funicello's Beach Party movies) and written by Michael Morris (Polish jew Mischa Stutchkoff, The Brady Bunch, All in the Family). It was based on I Married A Witch with Fredric March and Veronica Lake and Bell, Book and Candle with James Stewart and Kim Novak.

Actors

- Elizabeth Montgomery (like Charles' mother Elizabeth II) as witch Samantha Stephens and dark alter Serena. She was the daughter of Robert Montgomery (Scottish Rite family, US Navy), married alcoholic Gig Young who killed his wife and himself in 1978 and Robert Foxworth (Star Trek, Transformers). She appeared in Bikini Beach and How to Stuff a Wild bikini.

- Agnes Moorehead (lesbian agenda, member of Orson Welles' Mercury Players, Hanna-Barbera movie Charlotte's Web, The Swan with Grace Kelly, The Invaders episode of The Twilight Zone, cancer from radioactive fallout, friend of Ronald Reagan)

- Dick York (York Rite)

- George Tobias (jewish, Neighborhood Playhouse)

- Dick Sargent (I Dream of Jeannie, Roger Corman movie The Beast With a Million Eyes, Teen Witch, Elvis Presley movie Love Me Tender, gay agenda with LA Gay Pride)

- Marion Lorne

- Mabel Albertson (jewish, mother of George Englund, married to Cloris Leachman, died of Alzheimer's)

- Maurice Evans (Greenwich Village, Planet of the Apes, doctor in Rosemary's Baby)

- Adam West (Batman)

- David White (LA City College, Pasadena Playhouse, Brewster's Millions with Richard Pryor) as Larry Tate (reference to Sharon Tate)

- Peggy Lipton (wife of Quincy Jones)

- Beverly Adams (married to Vidal Sassoon, How to Stuff a Wild Bikini with Anette Funicello, Gidget)

- Julie Gregg (The Godfather)

- Jack Collins (The Brady Bunch)

- Richard Dreyfuss (Steven Spielberg movies)

- Jack Weston (jewish Weinstein, brother of porn director Sam Weinstein/Anton Spinelli, American Theatre Wing with Lee Strassberg, Stage Struck, Dirty Dancing)

- Erin and Diane Murphy (stunt double for Virginia Madsen) as Tabitha Stephens

- Sandra Gould (jewish, I Dream of Jeannie, I Love Lucy, The Flintstones)

- Don Keefer (founder of the Actors Studio, The Twilight Zone)

- Arthur Julian (How to Stuff a Wild Bikini)

- Nancy Kovack (Star Trek, Jason and the Argonauts)

- David Huddleston (The Big Lebowski)

- Scatman Crothers (One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, The Shining)

- Will Geer (gay agenda with Harry Hay of OTO)

- Cheryl Holdridge (Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker of New York City Ballet, ABC sitcom Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, Mickey Mouse Club, married Lance Reventlow, who later married Hollywood High School alumni Jill St John)

- Maureen McCormick (The Brady Bunch)

Marxist feminist Betty Friedan discussed the show in Television and the Feminine Mystique.

In 1977 Lisa Hartman played in spin-off Tabitha.

The show is mentioned in the Cathy O'Brien story:

"My television programming was then expanded to include the shows that every Project Monarch slave i knew had to watch: I Dream of Jeanie, The Brady Bunch, Gumby and Pokey and Bewitched. (...) In Bewitched it is the normal next door neighbor that is considered crazy instead of the witches."

In 2005 Columbia Pictures released Bewitched with Nicole Kidman, Will Ferrell, Michael Caine, Steve Carrell.

Witchcraft

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