|Art for Sam's Sake|
|Season 3, Episode 24|
Series Episode 98
|Airdate||February 23, 1967|
|Written by||Jack Sher|
|Directed by||William Asher|
"I Remember You...Sometimes"
"Charlie Harper, Winner"
Unimpressed by Samantha's amateur painting for an exhibit in a university charity event, Endora exchanges the painting with a famous Henri Monchet original and signs Samantha's name to it. Samantha learns what her mother has done when her painting is revealed as the winning entry in the competition. Darrin's client, perfumer Mr. Cunningham, notices the painting and purchases it on the spot at the auction. Samantha has to find a way to get the painting from him before the painting magically disappears.
- The episode title is an allusion to the idiom "art for art's sake".
- Jerry Rush was uncredited for playing an Art Gallery Patron.
Bloopers and Continuity Errors
- The Stephenses' master bedroom set is redressed and used immediately in the next scene as the Tate's bedroom.
- Elizabeth Montgomery as Samantha Stephens
- Dick York as Darrin Stephens
- Agnes Moorehead as Endora
- Erin Murphy as Tabatha Stephens
- David White as Larry Tate
- Kasey Rogers as Louise Tate
- Arthur Julian as Mr. Cunningham
- Tom Palmer as Chairman
- Mickey Deems as Jenkins
- Paul Sorensen as O'Leary
- John Alonzo as Guard
- Art for Sam's Sake on the Internet Movie Database. Retrieved on July 1, 2022.
- Bewitched, Season Three episodes on Wikipedia. Retrieved on July 1, 2022.
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