Since the Screen Gems sets of Bewitched and I Dream of Jeannie were next to each other at the studio, many of the props and actual sets were shared between the two shows. In fact, even the Special Effects wizard, Dick Albain, worked on both shows for awhile. Here is a list of recycled sightings that crossover between the two shows.



Our namesake, Harpies Bizarre, is the magazine that the witches (Endora, Serena, and Aunt Hagatha, but never Samantha) read in episodes 2, 3, 82, 129, 229, 247, and 253 of Bewitched. However, that same cover appeared with the title Lady Beautiful in the 1968 episode of I Dream of Jeannie, "My Double-Crossing Master."

As If by Magic, Harpies Bizarre Becomes Lady Beautiful

 

The same magazine, under what appears to be the Lady Beautiful title, has even been spotted back in the 1962 episode of Leave It To Beaver, "The Merchant Marine," being read by June Cleaver.

 

Lady Beautiful not only makes an appearance on Bewitched in # 74, "Prodigy," but it happens right inside the Stephens' living room!

 

Lady Beautiful hits the big screen in "Gidget Goes to Rome."

 

The magazine (title illegible) is seen again on Larry and Louise's hotel coffee table in # 105, "Bewitched, Bothered, and Infuriated," and yet again on Darrin and Samantha's coffee table in # 113, "No Zip in My Zap," but this time under the title Lady Fair.

        

 

The back cover of the magazine can be seen in the 1964 Twilight Zone episode "The Bewitchin' Pool."

The Magazine Appears in Unexpected Ways

 - And although the magazine had a completely different front cover with the title 'Movie Fame', the back cover can be seen in The Flying Nun episode "Bertrille and the Silent Flicks."

 

 - The magazine can also be seen in the hands of a lady in the beauty shop, in The Andy Griffith Show episode "Aunt Bea's Big Moment."

 

The flying saucer used in # 137, "Samantha's Secret Saucer," also made an appearance in the I Dream of Jeannie episode, "U-F-OHHH Jeannie." The only difference seems to be that the red top was spray painted silver when recycled for the IDOJ set.

The UFO on Bewitched and IDOJ

 

Larry and Louise Tate must have hired the same architect as Major Nelson. This is the same kitchen found on I Dream of Jeannie.

The Tate's Kitchen As Seen In 128

 

The living room, dining room, and foyer of 1164 Morning Glory Circle are used as the interior of Captain Nelson's neighbor's house in the I Dream of Jeannie episode, "Whatever Became of Baby Custer?" In IDOJ, the staircase of the 1164 set is completely obscured from view by conspicuously out of place solid wall wood paneling on each side; otherwise, the rest of the set is dressed like 1164.

The portrait of the figure wearing a hooded cloak that hung in Larry's office for all eight seasons, was also used in the I Dream of Jeannie episode, "Bigger than a Bread Box and Better Than a Genie." It hung on the living room wall of the fortune teller's house.

The Cloaked Figure Portrait at McMann and Tate

 

The 1164 Morning Glory Circle facade from Bewitched is also used for Dr. and Amanda Bellows on I Dream of Jeannie.

From Westport to Cocoa Beach, The Facade is Familiar

 

The shelving unit from Darrin's office, seen here in 49, "My Boss The Teddy Bear," makes an appearance at the NASA library in the I Dream of Jeannie episode, "The Greatest Entertainer in the World."

The Shelves from McMann & Tate and NASA

 

The airplane interior from 9, "Witch or Wife," is seen in the I Dream of Jeannie episode, "Jeannie and the Top Secret Service."

Both Darrin and Tony Enjoy Their Flight

The airplane interior is seen again in The Flying Nun episode, "Flight of the Dodo Bird."

Sister Bertrille Plays Head Games with the Convent Psychologist

The airplane interior is seen yet again in The Andy Griffith Show episode, "Taylors in Hollywood."

Have Opie, Aunt Bea and Andy spotted someone out on that wing?

 

The candelabra often seen in the Stephens foyer, makes an appearance at the Nelson residence in the I Dream of Jeannie episode, "Jeannie and the Top Secret Service."

The Candelabra on Bewitched and IDOJ

 

The red glass lamp from the Kravitz's living room also appears in an episode of I Dream of Jeannie.

The Red Glass Lamp on Bewitched and IDOJ

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The booth from 178, "A Bunny For Tabitha," is spotted in the I Dream of Jeannie episode, "Jeannie the Matchmaker."

The Booth in Bewitched and IDOJ

 

In the I Dream of Jeannie episode, "Jeannie and the Secret Weapon," the scenes in the park were filmed by the fountain often seen on Bewitched.

 

In 80, "Endora Moves In for a Spell," Endora places a house on the vacant lot across the street. In the I Dream of Jeannie episode, "What House Across The Street?," Jeannie also places the same house on the vacant lot across the street. This house is for her fake mother and father, who she conjures up in a plot to make Anthony jealous.

The House Across the Street

 

The desk lamp, often seen in Darrin's den, is spotted in Roger's apartment in the I Dream of Jeannie episode #18, "Is There an Extra Genie in the House?".

The Desk Lamp in Bewitched and IDOJ

 

The pool, seen in #69, "Divided, He Falls," is spotted at Roger's new house in the I Dream of Jeannie episode "The Richest Astronaut in the Whole Wide World."

Roger Healey Poolside

 

The Stephens living room interior is also used for the Bellows's living room in the IDOJ episode, "One of Our Bottles Is Missing."

From Westport to Cocoa Beach, The Interior is Familiar

 

Several elements of Darrin's office can be seen in the IDOJ episode, "My Poor Master, The Civilian."

Maj. Nelson Putting in Darrin's Office

 

A lamp, seen here in the IDOJ episode, "My Poor Master, The Civilian," is often seen in the Stephens living room. The shade to the Stephens lamp is on another lamp in the Nelson living room (see insert).

The Table Lamp in IDOJ and Bewitched

 

The bed of nails, seen in #145, "Itís So Nice to Have a Spouse Around the House," is seen giving Tony a pain in the posterior, in the I Dream of Jeannie episode, "There Goes the Best Genie I Ever Had."

The Bed of Nails

 

The Nelson's living room doubles as Sam and Darrin's Mexican hotel suite in #170, "Samantha and Darrin in Mexico City."

From Mexico to Cocoa Beach, The Interior is Familiar

 

The Stephens bedroom set is also used for Roger Healey's bedroom in the IDOJ episode, "The Mod Party."

Roger's Bedroom

 

The music that Serena was listening to in #160, "Mrs. Stephens, Where Are You?," is also heard at Roger's party in the IDOJ episode, "The Mod Party."

From Westport to Cocoa Beach, The Music is Familiar

 

The hobby horse from #241, "Three Men and a Witch on a Horse," as well as several other of Tabitha's toys and some "baby Tabitha music," can be seen and heard when Jeannie is babysitting her nephew, in the IDOJ episode, "Abdullah."

The Hobby Horse

 

The light fixture seen in #127, "If They Never Met," can be spotted in the IDOJ episodes, "The Strongest Man in the World," and "The Indispensable Jeannie."

The Light Fixture

 

The sofa with the cream background and gold/green floral pattern, seen in 52, "The Magic Cabin," and elsewhere on Bewitched, also appears in the Bellows' home on I Dream of Jeannie.

The Sofa from Bewitched

 

The double doors, seen in a department store in the Bewitched episode #169, "Samantha's Shopping Spree," are often seen at NASA.

The Double Doors

 

The double doors and office space from NASA are spotted again at Diego's photo studio in # 75, "Nobody's Perfect."

The Double Doors and Office Space from NASA

 

 

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