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A Bewitching Talent (Happy Birthday Elizabeth Montgomery)



The Emmy and Golden Globe nominated actress Elizabeth Montgomery was born on April 15th 1933 and was a star of stage and screen spanning five decades.
The daughter of actor Robert Montgomery, she appeared in her fathers television series "Robert Montgomery Presents" and even won a Theater World Award for her Broadway debut in "Late Love."
But for many fans of classic television, she will forever be known as Samantha Stephens in the late '60's - '70's sitcom "Bewitched."
"Bewitched" ended it's run in 1972 but I was very familiar with the show thanks to syndication. She was a lovely, charming presence onscreen and the show overall was just a pleasant treat for sitcom lovers. It never ceased to put a smile on your face and leave you feeling happy.
After the shows run, she made some notable television movies. My favorite by FAR is her appearance as Lizzie Borden in 1975's "The Legend Of Lizzie Borden." Aside from some fascinating documentaries this film was the definitive take on the infamous incident in Fall River, Massachusetts. The axe murder case was always a fascinating moment in history and that film continues to rekindle the interest.
She passed away on May 18th 1995 at the age of 62.
Let's celebrate the legacy of our most wonderful classic T.V. witch...Elizabeth Montgomery.







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