요염한 캐릭터 목록 - List of Bewitched characters

Agnes Moorehead (Endora 역), Dick York (Darrin Stephens 역), Elizabeth Montgomery (Samantha 역)

이 문자의 목록입니다 마법을 거는 하는 판타지 텔레비전 시트콤 1964에서 1972 년 방영.

캐스트

본관

캐릭터 외모 요약
캐릭터 연기자 계절
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사만다 스티븐스 엘리자베스 몽고메리 본관
대린 스티븐스 딕 요크 본관 결석
딕 사전 트 결석 본관
엔도 라 아그네스 무어 헤드 본관
래리 테이트 데이비드 화이트 되풀이 본관

되풀이

캐릭터 외모 요약
캐릭터 연기자 계절
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타 비타 스티븐스 Cynthia Black, Heidi 및 Laura Gentry , Julie 및 Tamar Young [a] 결석 되풀이 결석
에린다이앤 머피 [b] 결석 되풀이
글래디스 크라비츠 앨리스 피어스 되풀이 결석
산드라 굴드 결석 되풀이 결석
Abner Kravitz 조지 토비아스 되풀이 결석
루이스 테이트 아이린 버논 되풀이 결석
케이시 로저스 결석 되풀이
이모 클라라 마리온 론 되풀이 결석
세레나 엘리자베스 몽고메리 결석 손님 결석 되풀이
아담 스티븐스 알 수 없는 결석 되풀이 결석
데이비드와 그렉 로렌스 결석 되풀이
필리스 스티븐스 메이블 앨버트 슨 되풀이 손님 되풀이 결석
봄베이 박사 버나드 폭스 결석 손님 되풀이
에스메랄다 앨리스 고스트 리 결석 되풀이
프랭크 스티븐스 로버트 F. 사이먼 되풀이 손님 결석 손님 결석
로이 로버츠 결석 되풀이 결석
모리츠 모리스 에반스 손님 결석 되풀이 결석 되풀이
아서 삼촌 폴 린드 결석 손님 되풀이 손님 되풀이 손님 결석

캐스트 노트 :

  1. ^ 시즌 2에서 Tabitha를 묘사 한 쌍둥이 두 세트와 쌍둥이가 아닌 한 쌍은 화면에 표시되지 않았습니다.
  2. ^ 모두 쌍둥이 계절 3 및도 4에 나타난 바와 같이 감성 상태 만 에린 머피 화면 인정되었다. 다이앤 머피는 그녀가 감성으로 그녀의 마지막 모습이었다 화면의 신용을받은 시즌 5 일 개 솔로 에피소드에 출연했다.

주인공

사만다 스티븐스

사만다 스티븐스 ( 엘리자베스 몽고메리 )는이다 마녀 와 쇼의 주인공. 그녀는 Darrin Stephens라는 필사자와 결혼했으며 그에 의해 두 명의 마법 자녀가 있습니다. 사만다는 자신의 힘을 사용하여 포기하려고하지만 필멸의 삶에 적응하는 데 종종 어려움을 겪습니다. 그녀는 아마도 쇼에서 가장 합리적인 문자입니다; 그녀는 그녀의 어머니의 회사를 즐기는 쉽게 지상 생활에서 그녀의 잽을 할 수 있습니다. 그녀는 낙관적이며 마법의 생물이든 강력한 마녀와 흑 마법사이든 평범한 사람들이든 모든 사람을 존경심으로 대합니다.

딕 사전 트가 대린 스티븐스, 사만다의 긴 고통의 남편을 묘사하는 두 번째 배우였다

대린 스티븐스

Darrin Stephens (originally Dick York, seasons 1–5; later Dick Sargent, seasons 6–8) is a mortal married to Samantha. He did not know she was a witch until she told him after they got married, and tries to dissuade her from using witchcraft as much as possible, preferring to live an ordinary, mortal life. He works as a Vice President/Account Executive at the McMann & Tate Advertising agency. Dick York was unable to continue his role as Darrin because of a severe back condition, the result of an accident during the filming of They Came To Cordura in 1959. Starting during the third season, York's disability caused ongoing shooting delays and script rewrites. After collapsing while filming the episode "Daddy Does His Thing"그리고 1969 년 1 월 병원으로 급히 이송 된 요크는 쇼를 떠났습니다. Dick Sargent는 같은 달 [1] 역할에 캐스팅되었고 6-8 시즌 동안 Darrin 역을 계속했습니다.

엔도 라

엔도 라 역의 아그네스 무어 헤드

Endora (Agnes Moorehead) is Samantha's mother and Darrin's chief antagonist in the series. Like all witches, she never reveals her surname, indicating to Darrin that he would be unable to pronounce it. Endora finds mortals dull and disapproves of Darrin, as do many of Samantha's relatives. Endora refuses even to speak Darrin's name correctly, alternately calling him "Derwood", "What's-his-name", "Darwin", "Dum-Dum", etc., all much to his annoyance. She refers to him as "Darrin" only eight times during the entire series.[2] Endora's ploys to provoke a breakup always fail, as Samantha's and Darrin's love overcomes every obstacle. Even though Endora casts countless farcical spells on Darrin, she never attempts to destroy him outright. During the first season, Endora threatens her warlock husband Maurice, after he destroys Darrin, saying that she will not have a human being on her conscience. It was one of the few times when Endora went out of her way to protect Darrin from Maurice (see episode 1–10). Endora once let Maurice kiss her. But when she realizes that, after he has kissed her and disappeared, she has contracted an illness which leaves her unable to use her powers, she is furious—until Maurice returns to gives her an antidote, and take her to "the place we used to go to on the Milky Way" to have dinner.

She doesn't get along with Darrin's mother, Phyllis Stephens, because she gets along too well with Phyllis' husband, Frank. But they are civil to one another in what Samantha calls "killing one another with kindness". Endora does dote on her grandchildren, Tabitha and Adam; they call her "Grandmama".

Numerous references imply that Endora is hundreds of years old. It is noted at one point (see episode 8-2) that she was "not even born yet" in the 16th century, as an explanation for why her witchcraft didn't work when she went back to the time of Henry VIII; however, a few episodes later (see episode 8-6) she states that she was there when the cornerstone was laid at the Louvre 900 years previously. (As witches are capable of time travel, however, this is not necessarily a continuity error.)

Larry Tate

Larry Tate (David White) is Darrin's profit-obsessed boss and friend. Tate is a regular character. Tate's opinions turn on a dime to appease a client in an attempt to land a deal. However, there are three episodes that show evidence that Larry has deep feelings as well as having a sense of integrity. In the first season installment, "And Something Makes Three", Larry realizes he is to become a father for the first time and is almost overcome with joyful emotion. In the second season episode, "The Magic Cabin", he sells his run-down cabin to a newlywed couple for only the price of its down payment, one fifth of his original asking price, to which they had agreed. In the seventh season Christmas episode "Sisters at Heart", Larry turns down work from a potential important client when he realizes the client is a racist.

Supporting characters

Louise Tate

Louise Tate (Irene Vernon, and, after Vernon's departure from the show, Kasey Rogers) is Larry's wife and Samantha's closest mortal friend. Louise Tate was played by Irene Vernon during the first two seasons and then replaced by Kasey Rogers, who wore a short black wig to appear similar to Vernon. According to Rogers,[3] Bill Asher noticed her tugging at the wig and asked why she was wearing it. She laughed and said, "because you told me to." He replied, "Why don't you take it off?" and she did, playing Louise with red hair for the show's final three seasons.

Gladys Kravitz

Alice Pearce (left) and Sandra Gould (right) as Gladys Kravitz.

Gladys Kravitz (née Gruber) (Alice Pearce, Sandra Gould after Pearce's death) is Samantha and Darrin's nosy neighbor who lives across the street. She often witnesses incidents of witchcraft, but never can convince her husband Abner of what she saw. The Alice Pearce version of Gladys Kravitz was nosy and confused, but generally good-hearted and was often friends with the Stephenses. The Sandra Gould version was more mean-spirited and very much an antagonist to the Stephenses. Mary Grace Canfield also played Mrs. Harriet Kravitz, Abner’s sister, for 4 episodes in 1965. She is most famous for playing "Ralph" on Green Acres

Abner Kravitz

Abner Kravitz (George Tobias) is Gladys's retired husband. He doesn't believe the stories his wife tells about Samantha being a witch. By the time she gets him to come to the window to see some magic she has just witnessed, it is all over. His sister, Harriet (Mary Grace Canfield), stayed with him once while Gladys was out of town (around the time Alice Pearce died). Harriet also witnessed some behavior that caused her to share her sister-in-law's opinion of their neighbors. Abner again disagreed just as he always did with his wife. The Kravitzes did not appear in the final season (Season 8), but they were referenced.

Aunt Clara

Marion Lorne played much-loved Aunt Clara

Aunt Clara (Marion Lorne) is the only one of Samantha's relatives for whom Darrin regularly shows tolerance (and the only relative who regularly tolerates him). She is Samantha's bumbling, elderly, and absent-minded but lovable aunt. The well-meaning Aunt Clara's spells usually backfire, and her entrances and exits are often a grand fumble, such as entering via a chimney or colliding with a wall. She has a collection of over 3,000 doorknobs (inspired by Lorne's real-life collection).

Tabitha Stephens

Tabitha Stephens (Erin Murphy) (spelled Tabatha in production credits until season 5) is the oldest daughter of Samantha and Darrin. She is born in season 2. She has supernatural powers. Tabitha Stephens' birth in the season 2 episode "And Then There Were Three" featured infant Cynthia Black in the role. For the remainder of the season, Tabitha was played by twins Heidi and Laura Gentry, followed by twins Tamar and Julie Young. Fraternal twin toddlers Diane Murphy and Erin Murphy were cast for the role at the beginning of season 3. In time, they began to look less alike, so Diane was dropped during season 4. Diane made several guest appearances in other roles, and filled in as Tabitha one last time in season 5's "Samantha Fights City Hall", because Erin had the mumps. The character was the focus of a spin-off series, Tabitha, initially played by Liberty Williams in the 1976 pilot and by Lisa Hartman in the short-lived 1977 series. Despite airing only five years after the end of the original series, and being set in the 1970s as were the final seasons of Bewitched, Tabitha is depicted as a 20-something college graduate in the spin-off.

Adam Stephens

Adam Stephens (David Lawrence) is the youngest son of Samantha and Darrin. Just like his mother and older sister, he has supernatural powers. In the Tabitha TV show pilot, he is played by Bruce Kimmel and he also possessed warlock powers and a mischievous nature, but in the series itself, he was played by David Ankrum, and was often the disapproving mortal figure of the family, much like their father, Darrin was. Despite his entreaties to his sister to not use her powers, and his dismay when their Aunt Minerva (Karen Morrow) encouraged her to use them, he really does love his sister very much. A continuity error switched the birth order of Tabitha and Adam (in Bewitched, Tabitha is older and Adam is younger; in Tabitha, Adam is older and Tabitha is younger).

Serena

Serena (Elizabeth Montgomery) is Samantha's cousin on Maurice's side.[4] Serena is egocentric and looks like Samantha (except for a tattoo under her left eye. The tattoo changes from one episode to another, often referencing the theme of the episode). Also played by Montgomery, Serena is credited as "Pandora Spocks" (a spin on the phrase "Pandora's box") in many of her appearances from 1969 to 1971. Serena is first seen in episode, #54, "And Then There Were Three".[5] Serena is the antithesis of Samantha, in most episodes sporting a beauty mark on her cheek, raven-black cropped hair and mod mini-skirts. Ever mischievous, irresponsible, and somewhat bawdy, Serena often flirts with Larry Tate (calling the white-haired Tate "Cotton-Top") just for sport. She occasionally dates mortals, and has been known to flirt with Darrin, while pretending to be Samantha. Despite her conduct and frequent co-plotting with Endora, Serena has been known to assist Samantha and Darrin, although she finds them "both a bit square".

Uncle Arthur

Samantha and Uncle Arthur in the 1968 episode, "No Harm Charm"

Uncle Arthur (Paul Lynde), Endora's prank-loving brother, makes several appearances. Despite many practical jokes at Darrin's expense, Uncle Arthur has a less antagonistic relationship with him than Endora. In one episode, both Serena and Uncle Arthur go head-to-head with the Witches Council to support the Stephens' union, only to have their own powers suspended. Samantha is clearly very fond of her uncle, and vice versa.

Dr. Bombay

Dr. Bombay (Bernard Fox) is a witch doctor and womanizer, almost always accompanied by a buxom assistant in a nurse's outfit. He constantly cracks stale jokes. A strange occurrence or condition caused by a supernatural illness is occasionally used as a plot device, and his assistance is often sought. He could be summoned by the phrase: "Calling Dr. Bombay, calling Dr. Bombay. Emergency, come right away." His first name, Hubert, was revealed in the final episode of the spinoff series Tabitha where he marries his mortal nurse.

Esmeralda

Esmeralda (Alice Ghostley) is the Stephens' anxiety-ridden and magically inept "Yoo-Hoo" maid. She is prone to uncontrolled bursts of magic (especially when she sneezes) and becomes invisible when she's nervous. Like Clara, her magic is unpredictable but, because her powers are weak the manifestations usually fade away in time. Esmeralda was introduced in 1969 after Lorne's death. Ghostley stated that she did not consider her character as a replacement for Clara.

Phyllis Stephens

Phyllis Stephens (Mabel Albertson) is Darrin's strait-laced mother who visits occasionally but never learns of Samantha's supernatural powers. Phyllis makes inopportune surprise visits (which often cause Samantha to use magic to clean up the house quickly). Phyllis often becomes discombobulated and complains of "a sick headache" after accidentally witnessing something inexplicable. She and Endora do not get along, as Endora often displays contempt for her mortal counterpart. Phyllis also once thought her husband was having an affair with Endora, which did not help relations between the two. They are civil to one another in what Samantha refers to as "killing each other with kindness".

Frank Stephens

Frank Stephens (Robert F. Simon, Roy Roberts) is Darrin's laid-back father. He loves musicals and operas and once, during the first season he and Endora go together to a musical, from which he doesn't come back that night. He and his wife, Phyllis, get near to a divorce, until Samantha and Endora use their magic to bring them back together.

Maurice

Maurice (Maurice Evans) is Samantha's father, an urbane thespian, and the only warlock in the House of Lords. He often embellishes his entrances and exits with strained Shakespearean verse. Bewitched is unique for pre-1970s sitcoms in that it portrays Endora and Maurice in, as Maurice describes to his private secretary, "an informal marriage". Maurice once introduces Endora as "her (Samantha's) mother", and Endora twice threatens, if she doesn't get what she wants, to "move back in" with Maurice, a prospect that terrifies him. In the episode "Samantha's Good News", Endora threatens to file for an "ectoplasmic interlocutory" (i.e. "divorce"), only to wrangle Maurice's affection. He is also a member of the Warlock's Club in London. Maurice refers to Darrin with incorrect names (like Endora), including "Duncan" and "Dustbin", with Endora going so far as to "correct" him, saying "that's Durwood". Once in the series he kisses Endora, and after takes her to "the little place, we used to go to on the Milky Way" (episode: "A Plague on Maurice and Samantha"). Like Endora, he dotes on his grandchildren, Tabitha and Adam, who are allowed to call him "Grandpa".

Aunt Enchantra, Aunt Hagatha, Aunt Grimalda and other family members

Apart from those members of Samantha's family who made up some of the supporting characters on the show (parents Endora and Maurice, Aunt Clara, Cousin Serena and Uncle Arthur), the vast majority of the members of her extended family (Cousin Panda, Cousin Lucretia, Great-Uncle Lorenzo, et al.) were mentioned in passing or in cursory lists of relatives rather than actually appearing on the show. Aunt Hagatha was frequently mentioned as a back-up babysitter for Tabitha when Endora or Aunt Clara were not available, whereas Enchantra was mentioned now and again when Samantha rattled off a litany of other witch-relatives. Aunt Hagatha and Aunt Enchantra, seemingly maternal aunts (or possibly great-aunts) given their familiar interactions with Endora and more formal ones with Maurice, made a limited number of actual appearances on the show. Hagatha made several solo appearances (as a baby-sitter), but often appeared along with Enchantra, the two of them and Endora making up a coven to conduct official witch business including putting Aunt Clara on trial for her foul-ups and declining abilities and testing Tabitha's magical potential. The two aunts arrived in a supernatural, antique car called “Macbeth” that passed through walls into the Stephenses’ living room (sometimes driven by Rasputin, other times operating without a chauffeur). Hagatha, viewers learned in the episode regarding Tabitha, ran a school for the training of young witches, a school that Samantha attended as a girl. When Adam's powers were tested by Hagatha, Enchantra was absent and, instead, she arrived with Grimalda, presumably another maternal aunt or great-aunt. Like many minor characters on the show, Hagatha and Enchantra were portrayed by different actors over the course of the series. Enchantra was played by three women (Estelle Winwood, Ottola Nesmith and Diana Chesney), whereas five women had the role of Hagatha (Reta Shaw, Nancy Andrews, Doreen McLean, Kay Elliot and Ysabel MacCloskey; Shaw also appeared as Bertha, inconsistently portrayed as yet another aunt or, perhaps, a long-time family friend). Actress Maryesther Denver was Aunt Grimalda for the character's single appearance.

약종상

이름없는 마녀 '약종상 ( 버니 코펠은 ) 초자연적 인 질병에 대한 도움말 가끔 추구 누구로부터 사랑 오래된 사냥꾼이다. 그는 4 개의 에피소드에 출연합니다.

베티

McMann과 Tate의 비서 인 Betty는 Jill Foster (10 회 출연)와 Marcia Wallace 등 다양한 여배우가 연기했습니다 . [6]

쉴라 여름

Sheila Summers (Nancy Kovack) is Darrin's wealthy former fiancée and Samantha's nemesis. She appeared three times in the series: in the pilot episode ("I, Darrin, Take This Witch, Samantha"), and in "Snob in the Grass", where she tries to seduce Darrin, only to be publicly humiliated by Samantha's witchcraft. She also appeared in the 1968 episode "If They Never Met". The actress Nancy Kovack also appears as the character Clio Vanita, Darrins beautiful and flirtatious female client from Italy in the two part episode “Cousin Serena Strikes Again”

Howard McMann

Howard McMann (Roland Winters, Leon Ames) is Larry Tate's business partner, and appears only twice during the series in "Man of the Year" and "What Makes Darrin Run".

Charlie Leach

Charlie Leach (Robert Strauss) is a conniving private investigator who attempts to blackmail Samantha, with disastrous results, in "Follow that Witch" and "Catnapped". In the first episode, he was working for a client of Darrin's who was considering hiring the advertising firm. In the second episode, he caught Samantha using her powers. The Leaches were the reverse of the Kravitzes with Charlie convinced that Samantha was a witch, while his wife, Charmaine (Virginia Martin) was convinced that her husband was crazy. However, unlike the Kravitzes, Charlie used blackmail to get Samantha to give him what he wants, but it always backfired when Samantha used her powers to defeat him. After "Catnapped", Charlie and Charmaine were never seen or spoken of again.

다른 역사와 허구 문자

마법 덕분에 재미있는 문자의 수를 포함하여 볼 수 있었다 벤자민 프랭클린 , 프랭클린 피어스 , 조지마사 워싱턴 , 폴 리비어 , 지그문트 프로이트 , 율리우스 카이사르 , 빅토리아 여왕알버트 왕자 , 레오나르도 다 빈치 , 나폴레옹 , 왕 헨리 8 세 , 클레오 파트라 , Bonanno Pisano , 산타 클로스 , Jack of Jack and the Beanstalk , Mother Goose , The Artful Dodger ,Hansel and Gretel, The Tooth Fairy, the Loch Ness Monster, a leprechaun, Prince Charming, Sleeping Beauty, Willie Mays (playing himself), and Boyce and Hart (playing themselves).

References

  1. ^ "Sargent Replaces Bewitched Costar". Los Angeles Times. January 31, 1969. p. G14.
  2. ^ "Nicknames". Bewitched @ Harpies Bizarre. Retrieved May 25, 2009.
  3. ^ "Interview with Kasey Rogers and Mark Wood - Bewitched @ Harpies Bizarre".
  4. ^ 에피소드 5.20, "부인 스티븐스, 당신은 어디 있습니까?" 방영 1969-02-13.
  5. ^ "세레나의 스타일은 - 엽기 하피 @ 매혹" . harpiesbizarre.com . 2015 년 118 일에 확인 .
  6. ^ 랜스 스티븐 (1996). 텔레비전에서 작성 : TV 애호가를위한 캐스트 변경 안내서, 1945–1994 . 매디슨 책. 피. 63. ISBN 1-56833-071-5.