Bewitched

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Wayne State University Press, Jan 18, 2007 - Performing Arts - 160 pages
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A study of the sitcom Bewitched that examines its entire run to discover the show’s numerous interlocking themes, tensions, and innovations.
 

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Contents

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
A Queer Childrens Show
An Industrial History of Bewitched
Witches Film and Television
Previous Criticism of Bewitched
A Sample Run of Bewitched Episodes
Valuing 1960s Telefilm Aesthetics
Identity Politics and Bewitched
The Politics of History in Bewitched
George Washington Was a Hippie
Bewitched and the Space Race
A Metatextual Masterpiece
Television in the Aura of Film
NOTES
WORKS CITED
INDEX

Class Politics in Bewitched
Bewitched and Feminism

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Walter Metz is associate professor and chair of the department of Cinema and Photography at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.

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