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TABITHA – THE COMPLETE SERIES (ABC 1977) EXCELLENT QUALITY Lisa Hartman, Robert Urich, Karen Morrow, David Ankrum, Mel Stewart

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Samantha and Darren Stephens little girl is all grown up and living on her own in “Tabitha.” The enchanting “Bewitched” spin-off series starred Lisa Hartman (later on Knots Landing) as a young, single witch working as a production assistant at KXLA television station in Los Angeles.

Tabitha adds a little magic and fun to the lives of her relatives and friends, including mortal brother Adam (David Ankrum), guardian witch aunt Minerva (Karen Marrow), co-worker, talk show host Paul Thurston (Robert Urich) and boss Melvin Decker (Mel Stewart).

Several Bewitched characters appeared on Tabitha. In the episode, "Tabitha's Weighty Problem," Bernard Fox reprises his role as Dr. Bombay, and again in the last episode, "Tabitha's Party", in which the character's first name, "Hubert" is revealed. The sixth episode, "The Arrival of Nancy", features George Tobias and Sandra Gould as Abner and Gladys Kravitz respectively. Dick Wilson, who played "various drunks" on Bewitched, appeared in the episodes "Halloween Show" and "Tabitha's Party". Mary Grace Canfield, who appeared on four episodes of Bewitched as Abner Kravitz's sister Harriet Kravitz, also guest starred as another character. Other guest stars were Werner Klemperer, Dack Rambo, Tracy Reed, Mary Wickes and Fred Willard. In addition, photographs and footage of twin sisters Diane Murphy and Erin Murphy as Tabitha from the original Bewitched series were incorporated into the opening credits sequence.

Includes the entire 12-episode series, plus the rarely seen original pilot episode from May 1977 starring Liberty Williams and Bruce Kimmel as the Stephens siblings. A bonus extra includes Lisa Hartman on The Jim Nabors Show.

Number of DVDs: 3
Quality: 9.5/10
Aspect Ratio: Full Screen, 1.33:1
Running Time: 5 hours and 25 min. (approx)
NOTE: This is a fan-made DVD set. Not    a studio release. Not recorded from TV.
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