Bewitched (1964–1972)

Follow That Witch: Part 2 

A detective one of Darrin's client's employees hires discovers that Samantha is a witch. His employer thinks that he is crazy so he decides to blackmail Samantha.


William Asher


Bernard Slade, Sol Saks (created by)


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Episode complete credited cast:
Elizabeth Montgomery ... Samantha Stephens
Dick York ... Darrin Stephens
Agnes Moorehead ... Endora (credit only)
Mary Grace Canfield ... Harriet Kravitz
Jack Collins ... Mr. Robbins
Jill Foster ... Betty
Renie Riano ... Mrs. Granite
Judy Pace ... Miss Perkins
Steve Franken ... George Barkley
Robert Strauss ... Charlie Leach
Virginia Martin Virginia Martin ... Charmaine Leach


Private investigator Charlie Leach tells Samantha that he has proof that she's a witch, and threatens to tell Darrin's client, Robbins Baby Food, of that fact unless she acts as his and his wife Charmaine's meal ticket without telling Charmaine how they all of a sudden got rich. Not wanting to threaten Darrin's career, Samantha agrees, but she doesn't want to make it easy for Leach, who she considers contemptible. However, when Darrin finds out about the fact that Leach was hired by Robbins Baby Food, Samantha and Darrin believe they not only have to give Robbins and Barkley a piece of their mind, but get back at Leach in a way that he will leave them alone for good. Written by Huggo

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21 April 1966 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


The title is based on the cliché used by detectives, policemen and those chasing an individual when they quickly leave in an automobile. The person jumps into another automobile and yells: "Follow that car!" See more »


When Samantha pops in on the Leach's apartment and zaps the chandelier right off the chain, you can clearly see that the coffee table breaks in half before the chandelier actually falls on it. See more »


References The Hound of the Baskervilles (1939) See more »

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