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  • Aside from that though, I'm real impressed with how good these episodes look
  • This was all interesting and fun, and even slightly insightful to an extent because of the technical details and techniques that were revealed and discussed, but I do wish that the set would have included some material that originally aired with the show, like the sponsor advertisements that went with the show as well as commercials that may have promoted the show at the time
  • The episodes themselves are truly enjoyable, but it's the bonus features on this DVD season set that leave a lot to be desired, withe previews for other DVD season sets being a particular waste of disc space in my opinion


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      Bewitched The Complete Second Season In Black and White is a DVD season set that was released by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. All thirty-eight episodes from the second season of this television show are included on this DVD season set. The episodes run for around twenty-five minutes on average, so there’s an extra three minutes or so of footage included in every episode that’s generally excluded from the television broadcasts. For those viewers that grew up watching the television show after it had been in syndication for thirty or forty years, like me, get ready to enjoy “new” scenes and “extended” pieces of dialogue that get left out when aired on television in order to make from for advertisements.

      Two versions of this set exist: the black and white version and the color version. The “In Color” version contains the same episodes, only colorized. I don’t know how those episodes look because I only rented the “In


      Black and White” version. I do know that the episodes on the “In Black and White” version look better than the television broadcasts. The picture is a lot clearer and cleaner, although there’s some grain-like interference that pops up now and then during the episodes. Aside from that though, I’m real impressed with how good these episodes look. The audio seemed to get a work-over too, although the jump in improvement isn’t as noticeable with the audio as it is with the video when compared with the episodes that play on television stations. In addition to sharp, full-length episodes of the “Bewitched” television series, this DVD season set also features some bonus features, but sadly, the bonus features are nothing to get excited over.

      Fans of the show can look forward to what are essentially technical bloopers in episodes being exposed. Being a show about a magic-wielding witch naturally requires special effects. The special effects however weren’t ...


      • always integrated smoothly and properly in post-production and apparently those responsible for this DVD season set thought it would be a fun idea to dedicate time showing what went wrong with a special effect shot and what was supposed to have happened on screen. This was all interesting and fun, and even slightly insightful to an extent because of the technical details and techniques that were revealed and discussed, but I do wish that the set would have included some material that originally aired with the show, like the sponsor advertisements that went with the show as well as commercials that may have promoted the show at the time. I would’ve liked to learn more about the behind the scenes discussions regarding the direction of season two, since season two focuses heavily on the upcoming birth of Tabitha and a new life with the new baby. That unfortunately didn’t happen though.

        Bewitched The Complete Second Season In

        Black and White is a DVD season set that provided me with over fifteen hours of entertainment. “Bewitched” was and still is a lighthearted series that’s all about having some fun, but I did really enjoy the warmth and affection that Elizabeth Montgomery and Dick York showed for each other in this season during the baby story arc. The two leading cast members always did have great chemistry on the show, but season two is just special with the realization that a baby is on the way, and then, when Tabitha is born. The episodes themselves are truly enjoyable, but it’s the bonus features on this DVD season set that leave a lot to be desired, withe previews for other DVD season sets being a particular waste of disc space in my opinion. I’m still going to rate this DVD season set an “8″ though and I feel that it’s a DVD season set fans will enjoy.




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