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Tabitha - Sony announces Tabitha - The Complete Series

Posted by David Lambert
4/11/2005
 
As predicted, Sony Picture Home Entertainment is announcing today that Tabitha - The Complete Series will arrive on DVD in stores on June 21st, the same day that the first season sets of Bewitched will show up. As you undoubtedly recall, Bewitched was a 1964 sitcom about a mortal (Darrin Stephens) who married a witch (Samantha), and in the second season they had a daughter together: Tabitha. Tabitha turned out to be a witch, although her younger brother Adam (first seen in the sixth season) was a mortal like his father. In 1977 the spin-off Tabitha came to television, showing a grown-up witch coming into her own.

Tabitha starred Lisa Hartman (Knots Landing) in the title role, with David Ankrum seen as grown-up brother Adam. Robert Urich co-starred as Paul Thurston, before moving on to roles in Soap and Vegas. The cast was rounded out by Mel Stewart and Karen Morrow as Aunt Minerva. Guest stars including Bernard Fox reprising his Bewitched role as Dr. Bombay, and Sandra Gould and George Tobias also reprising Bewitched roles in one episode, as Gladys and Abner Kravitz, Samantha's nosy neighbors from the original show.

Tabitha - The Complete Series will be a 2-DVD set running 325 minutes and listing for $29.95 SRP. DVDPlanet.com already has this up for pre-order for $20.97. Just below is a full-size look at the cover art for this. Look for separate news about the release of Bewitched - The Complete 1st Season, coming out the same day.

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