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The Bewitched Annuals
These two children's books were released in the UK in 1967-68. They are 10.5" by 7.75" and are chocked full of games, stories, and illustrations from the show. Because they were only available overseas and are more than 30 years old, they are highly collectible to Bewitched fans.
Bewitched Fun and Activity Book
This softback children's book from 1965 was published by Treasure Books. It is full of wonderful Bewitched illustrations by Tony Tallarico, as well as Bewitched-related games. The cover says that it is for boys and girls 8 to 12 and was sold for $0.39. It's worth quite a bit more than that on the secondary market today.

The Bewitched Cookbook: Magic in the Kitche
by Kasey Rogers ("Louise Tate") and Mark Wood
This book is a great piece of Bewitched memorabilia that is currently in print and available at most bookstores. More than a book of recipes with catchy titles inspired by the show, each section gives a little bit of closure to each of the main characters of Bewitched with her cast "biographies." It's chocked full of great pictures, show trivia, and even an episode guide. Read our interview with Kasey Rogers!
The Bewitched Book: A Cosmic Companion to TV's Most Magical Supernatural Situation Comedy
by Herbie J Pilato
It is from 1992 by Dell Publishing Co. and is out of print.
Bewitched Forever : The Immortal Companion to Television's Most Magical Supernatural Situation Comedy
by Herbie J Pilato, Foreward by William Asher
The Summit Publishing Group, Irving, Texas.
Second Edition (Copyright 2001) cover and book design by David Sims. Cover illustrations by Paul Kreft Author photo by Sam Companaro.
The Third Edition (Copyright 2004) is a reprint of the second edition, which also features a new Bewitched movie section, updates, and the cartoon Samantha on the cover now features green eyes like Elizabeth Montgomery.
by Al Hine
Novel published by Dell Publishing Co. Inc. Copyright 1965 by Screen Gems, Inc. All rights reserved. The cover is a cartoon of Sam on a broom and Darrin hanging on for dear life to the back of the broom. Sam is depicted as a very sexy witch. The novel takes the first 8 episodes of Bewitched and expands on them. The last couple of chapters are purely from the imagination of the writer. Throughout the book is an added character at McMann and Tate by the name of Luke Cummings, who turns out to be a mean warlock. This book is obviously for adults due to some of the sexy conversation between Darrin and Samantha and even using such shocking words as "Damn." The reader also learns in this book that Samantha's maiden name was Dobson. Note: Some Bewitchedites reject this surname as a legitimate bit of trivia because this is fiction that was not written by a member of the Bewitched staff.(JW)
by Ellen Lenhart, illustrated by Beverly Edwards
A story from Wonder Books, A Division of Grosset & Dunlap, Inc. New York 1965, by Screen Gems, Inc. All right reserved under International and Pan-American Copyright Conventions Published simultaneously in Canada. Printed in the USA. This is the children's book. Under the title on the cover it says "The Merry Witches of TV's Most Enchanting Show in a Funny, New Adventure." This not a subtitle because it is not mentioned on title page inside of the book--it's a description of the story. (JW)
Bewitched, The Opposite Uncle
by William Johnston, cover by Ben Otero
A Whitman Book, Western Publishing Company, Inc. Racine, Wisconsin 1970 by Screen Gems, a Division of Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. All rights reserved. Produced in USA by Western Publishing Company, Inc. The cover is cartoon style with Sam's face in the foreground and Endora and Darrin next to her. This is the only piece of merchandise with Dick Sargent as Darrin. (JW)
Bewitched Storybook Paperback
A storybook paperback released in the UK in 1967 as part of a children's series of books. Officially licensed by Screen Gems. On the cover is an illustration of Elizabeth Montgomery as Samantha Stephens and Dick York as Darrin Stephens. Inside are many color illustrations of the stars.
Bewitched Hechizada (Bewitched) Book
This 1968 hard cover book was published in Mexico, written in Spanish, and is 92 pages in length. It measures approx. 7 x 10 1/2".
The Seesaw Girl and Me: A Memoir
by Dick York
This is the long-awaited autobiography from Bewitched's original Darrin. This is a 6 x 9 hard cover book with 41 pictures, and is 256 pages in length. Visit the New Path Press web site for order information.
I Love the Illusion: The Life and Career of Agnes Moorehead
by Charles Tranberg
Longtime Bewitched @ Harpies Bizarre contributor Chuck T writes the definitive biography on Agnes Moorehead. Relying on a treasure trove of Moorehead's personal correspondence (which she donated to the Wisconsin Historical Society) and interviews with many of Agnes's friends, colleagues, and former staff, this book details Agnes's extensive acting career. The book contains many rare photos, complete credit list, and is more than 400 pages in length. Published by Bear Manor Media in 2005. Retail price: $19.95.



Comic Books

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Japanese Comic Book
This Shojo Friend comic book from May 1967 features the story "A Bum Rap" (episode # 68) and illustrations from Bewitched. Other Japanese comic books from this time period also had Bewitched storylines.


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Bewitched Comic Books
The Dell Publishing Co. released a series of comic books inspired by the Bewitched TV show. The series started in April of 1965 and there were 14 books by the end of the run in October of 1969. Issue 12 is a reprint of Issue 1 and Issue 14 is a reprint of Issue 2. The comic book covers feature photos and illustrations of stills from the show, for the most part, but the stories are unique to the comic books. While this series was in English, there are also Bewitched comic books native to Japan and Mexico.



Coloring Book

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Bewitched Coloring Book
This is one of the more rare Bewitched collectibles that came out just as the show was reaching #2 in the ratings for ABC back in 1965. This coloring book was published by Treasure Books and is highly sought after in like new condition. Due to the nature of coloring books, most will have some markings on the pages.



Sticker Book

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Bewitched Sticker Book
This 12-page sticker book was published by World Distributor's Ltd. in 1965. The book measures 12" x 10.25". This item was only released in the UK.



Writing Tablet

Bewitched Writing Tablet
This is one of three Bewitched writing tablets that was release in the 1960s. Two were an 8" x 10" 10 cent writing tablet (pictured above), and the third one sold for 29 cents and featured Montgomery, York, and Murphy on a gold background.




Bewitched Fold and Mail Stationery
Chronicle Books released this Bewitched stationery set in 2005. The foldable, self-sealing pages are 7 1/8" by 10". There are 40 pieces in the set with 5 bewitching designs repeating 8 times. Retail price is $7.95.



Address Book

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Bewitched Address Book
An address book made by Vandor in 2001. Front cover shows a picture of the cartoon Samantha, as seen in the opening credits of Bewitched. Made of heavy paper and measures 6" x 3/4" x 6 1/2".




Bewitched Journal
The front of this journal/diary features the cartoon Samantha from the opening of the show with the Bewitched logo and "Bewitching little secrets" written on the front. This item was released by Vandor in 2001 and is 7 3/4 x 8 1/4 inches. The book features Samantha's silhouette cut out of the side, as well as a goldtone lock. The back features the Bewitched logo and cityscape and the inside contains lined sheets of paper for writing.




Filmfax magazine #32, April/May 1992 This magazine is highly collectible because it features Dick York's final interview. It includes 12 pages of rare photos including his wife, Joey, and their 5 children, as well as scenes from his early work, and of course, Bewitched. The article chronicles the ups and unfortunate downs of York's career and contains excerpts from his autobiography The Seesaw Girl and Me.


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