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The Literary License Podcast Explores the Book to Screen and Everything Inbetween
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Book:  Robinson Crusoe             By Daniel DeFoe ​ Film:  Robinson Crusoe (1954)   Published in 1719, the novel firstly was published under the name Robinson Crusoe leading many people to think the story was real and the book was a travelogue about incidents.  It was the beginning of the realistic novel and gave birth to modern fiction.   Directed by Luis Brunel in 1954 and starring Dan O’Herlihy who was nominated for Academy Award for Best Actor, the film is considered one of the first survival films.  The film deals with a man who loses his mind and finds companionship as his only salvation.  Many of the crew were sick from malaria and dysentery causing numerous delays upon its release and filming.  Jaimie Fernandez spoke no English and learned on set at the same time his character Friday did.   Opening Credits; Introduction (.51); ); Forming the Plot (5.03); Plot Synopsis (06.49); Book Thoughts (15.05); Introducing a Film (1:10.07); Film Trailer (1:11.09);  Lights, Camera, Action (1:12.56);; Final Thoughts (1:40.04); End Credits (1:44.45); Closing Credits (1:46.53)   Opening Credits:  Classical Jingle by Dan Hughes   Closing Credits – Civilization (Bong Bong Bong I Don’t Want to Leave the Congo)  by The Andrews Sisters and Danny Kaye.  Copyright 1947 Decca Records   Original Music copyrighted 2020 Dan Hughes Music and the Literary License Podcast.    All rights reserved.  Copyright reserved.  
May 1968 ​ Episodes 483 - 505   Cassandra is not who she says she is.  Dr Lang starts his experiments.  Julia and Barnabas create Adam and the dream curse starts making its rounds.   Opening Credits; Introduction (1.06); Out of the Shadows (12.16); Into The Shadows (32.02); Shedding Some Light (41.10); Character Breaks (1:39.59); Morning Has Broken (1:49.44); Tune In Next Time (1:59.32); Closing Credits (2:01.11)   Opening Credits - Dark Shadows Main Theme by Robert Cobert from the Dark Shadows Catalogue.  Used by kind permission of Universal Music.   Music Cues by Robert Cobert from Dark Shadows Catalogue   Frankenstein  - by Aimee Mann– Taken from album I’m With Stupid.  Used by kind permission Geffin Music 1995   Original Music copyrighted 2020 Dan Hughes Music and the Literary License Podcast.    All rights reserved.  Copyright reserved.   All Rights Reserved.   All Songs Available on Amazon  
Mad Max (1979)   Directed by George Miller and starring Mel Gibson, this Australian dystopian action thriller would take the world by surprise.  Presenting a picture of societal collapse against mayhem and murder an unhinged police cop would go on an odyssey of revenge.  The film would earn more than $100 million worldwide and become an instant cult classic. ​ Mad Max:  Fury Road (2015)   Directed by George Miller and starring Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Nicholas Houltt and Zoe Kravitz, the film would be a huge box office success making it the most profitable of all Mad Max within the franchise.  Tom Hardy takes over the role of Mad Max whilst Miller installs the story with themes of vengeance, solidarity, home and redemption.   We are joined by Joe Randazzo (scriptwriter, producer) and C. Derick Miller (author, podcaster and musician)   Opening Credits/Introduction (.52); Man Messes With Nature (12.01); Mad Max (1979) (13.32); Why God? (15.40); Nature Messes With Man (37.21); Mad Max:  Fury Road (2015) Trailer  (39.01); Mother Nature’s Revenge (41.51); Nature Lives To Fight Another Day (1:23.56);  End Credits (1:35.56); Closing Theme (1:35.54)    Opening Credits– Planet Synth by Dan Hughes   Closing Credits – Convoy by CW McCall taken from the album Black Bear Road.   Copyright 1975 MGM Music Ltd.    Original Music copyrighted 2020 Dan Hughes Music and the Literary License Podcast.    All rights reserved.
Season 1.  Episodes 21 - 24.   Samantha turns a Siamese cat into Ling Ling.  Darren sees a 300 year old painting that looks like Samantha.  Samantha helps traffic move along.  Endora turns herself into Samantha creating two to wreak havoc on poor Mrs Kravitz.     Special Guest Stars include:  Vic Tayback   Opening Credits; Introduction (.36.21); Bewitching Going On/Which Witch Is Which:  Episode 21 – Ling Ling (8.08); Episode 22 – Eye Of The Beholder (22.58); Episode 23 – Red Light, Green Light (42.22); Episode 24 – Which Witch Is Which? (55.54); Witch or Mortal (1:13.22); The Bewitching Hour (1:26.19); The End Credits (1:35.35); Closing Credits (1:36.40)   Opening Credits– Theme Song from Bewitched Television Show by Jack Keller.  Copyright owned by Screen Gems. ​ Closing Credits – (You’re) Timeless To Me by John Travolta and Christopher Walken– taken from the album Hairspray The Motion Picture Soundtrack.  Copyright owned MCA Records 2007.    All rights reserved.  Used by kind permission from the licensed companies.
Book:  The Time Machine              by H G Wells ​ Film:  The Time Machine (1960)   Published in 1895, the science fiction novella would popularize time travel using a device or a contraption.  The story shares Wells socialist political views, his views on life and abundance and contemporary angst against industrial relations.    The 1960’s George Pal MGM film, starring Rod Taylor, Yvette Mimieux and Alan Young would use stop motion animation to help flourish the story.  The film was a box office success.  Pal wanted to film in London but to budgetary reasons had to settle for Culver City in California.  Interesting fact, George Pal was going to film a sequel but unfortunately, he died before production.   We are joined by Tom Diamon (LLPodcast’s Dark Shadow show), John Collado (Illustrator),  Jim Nemeth and Bob Madison (author of It Came From... The Stories and Novels Behind Classic Horror, Fantasy and Science Fiction Films).   You can follow John Collado via his website:  https://www.artstation.com/johncolladoart   You can find more information on Jim Nemith and Bob Madison’s book via this website:  https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/53466952-it-came-from-the-stories-and-novels-behind-classic-horror-fantasy-an     Opening Credits; Introduction (.51); ); Forming the Plot (20.21); Plot Synopsis (22.08); Book Thoughts (24.51); The Future of the Time Traveller (1:16.34); Introducing a Film (1:27.11); Film Trailer (1:28.15);  Lights, Camera, Action (1:30.42); Books To Take To The Future (2:30.10); End Credits (1:27.31); Closing Credits (2:30.42)   Opening Credits:  Classical Jingle by Dan Hughes   Closing Credits – The Future It Ain’t What It Used To Be by Pandora’s Box  from the album Original Sing.  Copyright 1989 EMI Import   Original Music copyrighted 2020 Dan Hughes Music and the Literary License Podcast.    All rights reserved.  Copyright reserved.
SOAP​ ​ Episodes 9 - 16   Jodie goes for a sex change operation.  Jessica finds out that Chester is having an affair.  Peter is murdered.  Eunice is having sex with a Congressman.  The Campbells and Tates speculate on who killed Peter.  Danny breaks in to the mob house to be accosted by Elaine the sex starve daughter of the mob boss.     Opening Credits/Introduction (1.14); Out of the Shower (22.32); Into The Tub (27.05); Washing the Dirt Away (1:07.42); The Dry Cycle (1:23.11); Closing Credits (1:24.26)   Opening Credits:  Soap Theme by George  Aliceson Tipton   Closing Credits:  Family by Dolly Parton Taken from the album – Eagle When She Flies. Copyrighted 1991 Columbia Music/Butterfly Music   All Rights Reserved.    All original incidental music opened and copyrighted by the LLPodcast Productions.
DARK SHADOWS:  April 1968 ​ Episodes 461 - 482   Victoria is hanged a  witched and switched back to Present Day Collinwood.  Julia warns Barnabas to leave Victoria alone or she will expose him.  Barnabas is worried that Victoria knows his true self.  Dr Eric Lang finds out that Barnabas is a vampire and tries to cure him.  Dr Lang shows Barnabas the dead body he plans to use to cure Barnabas. ​ Jim and Valerie Storm stop by to say hello and share what they have been up to.   Opening Credits; Introduction (2.46); Out of the Shadows (52.24); Into The Shadows (1:11.18); Shedding Some Light (1:22.35); Character Breaks (2:05.30); Morning Has Broken (2:14.40); Tune In Next Time (2:31.29); Closing Credits (2:32.24)   Opening Credits - Dark Shadows Main Theme by Robert Cobert from the Dark Shadows Catalogue.  Used by kind permission of Universal Music.   Music Cues by Robert Cobert from Dark Shadows Catalogue   Obsession  - by Animotion – Taken from the self titled album Animotion  Used by kind permission Mercury Music 1983   Original Music copyrighted 2020 Dan Hughes Music and the Literary License Podcast.    All rights reserved.  Copyright reserved.     All Rights Reserved.   All Songs Available on Amazon
28 Days Later (2002)   Directed by Danny Boyle and starring Cillian Murphy, Charles Eccelston, Brendon Gleeson and Naomi Harris, this British apocalyptic film would be a box office success garnering a sequel in 2007.  Considered to be the film that introduced fast moving zombies, when in fact, it was Return of the Living Dead that actually started this trend.  The film would deal with the evil of man and disease when it gets out into the streets of London.    28 Months Later (2007)   The sequel to the successful 28 Days Later, the film would be directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadilo and star Robert Carlyle, Rose Byrne and Idris Elba.  The film would be a success and receive good critical reviews.  It is a direct sequel and deals what the rage virus is introduced into a safe zone due to two people’s direct consequences by putting their needs above the common good.   Opening Credits/Introduction (.52); Story Geek – What To Watch During COVID Crisis (20.46); Man Messes With Nature (26.27); 28 Days Later Trailer (2002) (27.50); Why God? (29.51); Death of a Bounty Hunter (1:04.09); Nature Messes With Man (1:05.09); 28 Weeks Later (2007) Trailer  (1:06.55); Mother Nature’s Revenge (1:08.44); Nature Lives To Fight Another Day (1:47.05);  End Credits (2:00.03); Closing Theme (2:01.04)    Opening Credits– Planet Synth by Dan Hughes Closing Credits – Bury Me by Brodiniski ft. Maluca & Bricc Baby Shitro (Brava) taken from the album Brava. Copyright 2015 Parlophone Music Ltd.    Original Music copyrighted 2020 Dan Hughes Music and the Literary License Podcast.    All rights reserved.
Season 1.  Episodes 17 - 20.   Darrin receives the gift of witchcraft.  Darrin suspects a sexy model’s cat is Samantha.  Endora turns on the charm when she meets Darrin’s parents.  Darrin suspects that his new male intern is a warlock.     Special Guest Stars include:  Martha Hyer, Peggy Lipton   Opening Credits; Introduction (.36.21); Story Geek:  What To Watch During The COVID Crisis (27.12); Bewitching Going On/Which Witch Is Which:  Episode 17 – A Is For Aardvark (30.57); Episode 18 – The Cat’s Meow (45.27); Episode 19 – A Nice Little Dinner Party (1:04.05); Episode 20 – Your Witch Is Showing (1:22.42); Book Description (1:37.41); Witch or Mortal (1:39.19); The Bewitching Hour (1:45.19); The End Credits (1:59.19); Closing Credits (2:01.49)   Opening Credits– Theme Song from Bewitched Television Show by Jack Keller.  Copyright owned by Screen Gems. ​ Closing Credits – Angie Baby by Helen Reddy – taken from the album Free and Easy.  Copyright owned Capital Records - Universal Music.    All rights reserved.  Used by kind permission from the licensed companies.  
Book:  The Hunchback of Notre-Dame              by Victor Hugo ​ Film:    The Hunchback of Notre-Dame              (1939)   Published in 1831, Victor Hugo would make a stand against Gothic buildings being modernised or torn down to make way for more modern buildings.  Notre-Dame is a main character within the text creating long standing narrative about the famous building that doesn’t really add to the story.    In 1939, William Dieterle would direct and the film stars Charles Laughton and Maureen O’Hara in the starring roles.  The film would tack on a happy ending that most film adaptions still use creating a romantic dramatic film.  Paris and Notre-Dame were built on a western ranch in Culver City and the film would have the essence of World War II as it stirs up feelings of Jews displacement during this time.  The film would become a box office hit.  The film was made for $1.8 million and considered one of the most expensive films by RKO at that time.   We are joined by Shanta Pasika, Hexane Arcane.  Make sure you watch her show and share, comment, like and subscribe.  She can be found at the following links:   www.hexenarcane.com hexenarcanehorror@gmail.com youtube.com/hexenarcane Hexen Arcane on Amazon Prime in US and UK https://www.facebook.com/hexenarcane     Opening Credits; Introduction (.51); Plot Synopsis (10.21); Forming the Plot (11.52); Book Thoughts (16.44); Final Thoughts of Book (1:02.52); Introducing a Film (1:08.18); Film Trailer (1:09.07);  Lights, Camera, Action (1:10.51); Epilogue (1:37.18); End Credits (1:47.05); Closing Credits (1:48.50)   Closing Credits – Of Monster and Men by Human from the album Beneath the Skin.  Copyright 2015 Sony ATV Music Publishing   Original Music copyrighted 2020 Dan Hughes Music and the Literary License Podcast.    All rights reserved.  Copyright reserved.  
Roger Davis, star of Dark Shadows and House of Dark Shadows joins the Literary License Podcast to discuss his life and career.  
March 1968 ​ Episodes 440 - 460   Barnabas tells Joshua of his predicament.  Nathan marries Millicent and drives her insane.  Nathan plans to get a hold of Daniel’s money.  Joshua can’t bring himself to destroy Barnabas but instead chains him inside his coffin.   Kathryn Leigh Scott stops by to wish our listeners some holiday cheer    We are joined by special guest co-host Patrick McRae.  He is a professional stage director of eighty productions, a voice actor, professional comic book author, and winner of the 2017 Rondo Award for Writer of the Year.  You can find him at www.collinsporthistoricalsociety.com   Opening Credits; Introduction (2.46); Storygeek Podcast – What to Watch during the Covid (22.41); Out of the Shadows (31.34); Into The Shadows (43.51); Shedding Some Light (55.56); Death of a Bounty Hunter – Book Ad (2:12.34); Character Breaks (2:14.24); Morning Has Broken (2:29.41); Tune In Next Time (2:39.16); Closing Credits (2:47.07)   It’s Christmas Eve – taken from the album A Christmas Horror Story by Alex Kashkin.  Used by kind permission of Universal Music.   Music Cues by Robert Cobert from Dark Shadows Catalogue   Naughty and Nice by LVCRFT - 2019 single LVCRFT Naughty and Nice.  Used by kind permission Spooky Never Sleeps   Original Music copyrighted 2020 Dan Hughes Music and the Literary License Podcast.    All rights reserved.  Copyright reserved.     All Rights Reserved.   All Songs Available on Amazon
We are joined by the incredible cast and crew of this modern classic film that once viewed will become a holiday classic to live out through the years.  We are joined by Roddy Hart and Tommy Reilly, the incredible song writing team, John McPhail, the fantastic director and two of the cast members, Sarah Swire (Steph) and Malcolm Cummings (John) who breathe life into their roles.  We are also joined by the fantastic Barry Waldo who helped put this together who also wrote the novelisation for the film.  Join us as we talk to this very talented group.  Make sure you view the film as well because once you do your life will never be the same.     It's That Time Of Year, Break Away, Hollywood Ending, Human Voice - written by Roddy Hart and Tommy Reilly, performed by the cast of Anna and the Apocalypse, available on i-Tunes, Amazon, Spotify and CD and wherever music is sold.   Used by kind permission from MGM music.   All rights are reserved.
The Toxic Avenger – The Musical (2018)   Based on the 1984 film with book written by Joe diPetro with music by David Bryan, both would write the lyrics together.  Opening in 2008, the musical would receive multiple nominations and embrace hard nosed theatrical critics the world over.  The show would play all over the world while smashing attendance records for an off Broadway tour and has played Australia, Canada, UK and across the USA.  The video is available through Broadway HD.   Anna and the Apocalypse  (2017)   The UK Christmas Zombie film came out to critical acclaim and became a UK hit.  It stars an ensemble cast of relatively unknown actors, the film and its soundtrack have become a cult classic.  Based on Ryan McHenry's Zombie Musical, the film was adopted for the screen by Ryan McHenry and Alan McDonald.  Directed by John McPhail, he chose the short shorts and cropped t-shirts from the cult classic Sleepaway camp whilst the film is a cross between West Side Story and Shaun of the Dead as its inspiration.   We are joined by the author of the novelisation of Anna and the Apocalypse book, Barry Waldo and Joe Randazzo, producer and scriptwriter.     If you are in the UK, you can have a free audiobook of Anna and the Apocalypse by clicking on this link:  https://www.audible.co.uk/acx-promo   Type in this code:  4C674FHXHL2GZ  and the audiobook is all yours for people in the UK.  Please leave a review on the audiobook which will help the sales of this fantastic audiobook.   Opening Credits/Introduction (2.58); Story Geek – What To Watch During COVID Crisis (10.01); Man Messes With Nature (18.37); Toxic Avenger - The Musical (2016) Trailer (22.01); Why God? (23.11); Death of a Bounty Hunter (50.29); Nature Messes With Man (52.06); Anna and the Apocalypse (2017) Trailer  (56.24); Mother Nature’s Revenge (58.03); Nature Lives To Fight Another Day (1:27.41);  End Credits (1:40.36); Closing Theme (1:41.01)    It’s Christmas Eve – taken from the album A Christmas Horror Story by Alex Kashkin.  Used by kind permission of Universal Music.   Legend of the Toxic Avenger and Bitch/Liar/Slut/Whore - by the 2014 London Cast of Toxic Avenger.  Words and Music by Joe DiPietro and David Bryan.  Used by kind permission of Direct Holdings America.     Turning My Life Around, Soldier at War, The Fish Wrap by the motion picture cast of Anna and the Apocalypse.  Words and Music by Tommy Reilly and Roddy Hart.  Used by kind permission of MGM Music.     Naughty and Nice by LVCRFT - 2019 single LVCRFT Naughty and Nice.  Used by kind permission Spooky Never Sleeps   Original Music copyrighted 2020 Dan Hughes Music and the Literary License Podcast.    All rights reserved.  Copyright reserved.
BEWITCHED:   Season 1.  Episodes 13 - 16   Samantha plays matchmaker to two very different people.  Samantha meets Darren’s parents.  Samantha and Darren go to the North Pole.  Samantha helps Zeno the Great get his mojo back..  Special Guest Stars include:  Adam West, Chris Noel, Mabel Albertson, Robert F Simon, Bill Daily, Billy Mumy and Walter Burke.   Opening Credits; Introduction (.36.21); Story Geek:  What To Watch During The COVID Crisis (11.00); Bewitching Going On/Which Witch Is Which:  Episode 13 – Love is Blind (14.45); Episode 14 – Samantha Meets the Folks (37.16); Episode 15 – A Vision of Sugar Plums (58.01); Episode 16 – It’s Magic (1:12.50); SPECIAL EPISODE:  Flintstones – “Samantha” (1:27.01); Book Description (1:42.10); Witch or Mortal (1:43.50); The Bewitching Hour (1:50.55); The End Credits (1:158.17); Closing Credits (1:59.52)   Opening Credits– Theme Song from Bewitched Television Show by Jack Keller.  Copyright owned by Screen Gems. Meet The Flintstones – Theme Song from The Flintstones – Opening and Closing by Hoyt Curtains & Bill Hanna.  Copyright owned by Hanna Barbera.  Closing Credits – Mister Santa – Amy Grant – taken from the album A Christmas To Remember.  Copyright owned Universal Music.  All rights reserved.  Used by kind permission from the licensed companies.
Book:  A Christmas Carol             By Charles Dickens ​ Film:  A Christmas Carol (1951)           aka released as Scrooge in the UK   Published in 1843, the story would vitalised the Victorian Christmas traditions that were being looked at during this time.  It would be the influence of Western style Christmas ever since.    In 1951, directed by Brian Desmond Hurst and starring Alastair Sims as Scrooge would be considered the best adaption of the story that is most definitely had its share of adaptions.  In the US, the film was to premiere at the Radio Music Hall in New York but was considered to gloomy and dark for their festive environment.  The film was a huge hit in the UK but a disappointment in the US where they felt that Christmas films should be bright and cheery.    We are joined by Mary O’Leary, Producer of daytime dramas and the new Jonathan Frid biographical documentary coming your way in 2021 and John Collado, artist extraordinaire.   You can find John Collado’s art on his website at:  https://johncolladoart.com/   Opening Credits; Introduction (2.39); Story Geeks – What to Watch This Week (8.11); Plot Synopsis (15.16); Forming the Plot (16.17); Book Thoughts (20.27); Final Thoughts of Book (44.17); Death of a Bounty Hunter (55.52); Introducing a Film (57.29); Film Trailer (58.24);  Lights, Camera, Action (1:00.35); Epilogue (1:19.21); End Credits (1:25.41); Closing Credits (1:27.26)   It’s Christmas Eve – taken from the album A Christmas Horror Story by Alex Kashkin   God Bless Us Everyone – A Christmas Carol words and music by Alan Menken and Lyn Ahrens   You’re a Mean One Mr Grinch  by Aimee Mann taken from the album A Drifter In The Snow   Original Music copyrighted 2020 Dan Hughes Music and the Literary License Podcast.    All rights reserved.  Copyright reserved.  
February 1968 ​ Episodes 419 - 439   Angelique tricks Josette up on Widow’s Hill.  Josette jumps to her death.  Victoria is convicted of witchcraft.    Opening Credits; Introduction (1.07); Out of the Shadows (11.51); Into The Shadows (26.58); Shedding Some Light (38.35); Character Breaks (1:38.52); Morning Has Broken (1:48.15); Tune In Next Time (2:03.33); Closing Credits (2:05.18)   Opening and Closing Credits – Dark Shadows Theme – by Robert Cobert   Music Cues by Robert Cobert from Dark Shadows Catalogue   All Rights Reserved.   All Songs Available on Amazon
We interview Ellory Elkayem, director and scriptwriter of Eight Legged Freaks, Larger than Life and two films from the Return of the Living Dead franchise and more.  We discuss his career from his beginnings to current days and some interesting turns his career has made to date.  All this and more with our special guest co-host Joe Randazzo, writer and producer.  Informative and entertaining interview that you really can’t afford to miss. 
Them! (1954)   This 1954 black and white film directed by Gordon Douglas and starring James Whitmore, Edmund Gwenn and James Arness would be the first nuclear monster big insect film.  Originally to be filmed in 3D and in color, this has to be scrapped due to malfunction of the 3D cameras.  The film would be the number one highest grossing film for Warner Brothers.  There are cameo appearances by Dick York and Leonard Nimoy. Eight Legged Freaks (2002)   This 2002 horror, monster, comedy, action film would be directed by Ellory Elkayem and star David Arquette, and Scarlet Johansson.  The film would be a modest hit but would gain a following upon its released on home video.  The film would feature seven types of spiders.  The film was to be named Arach Attack but due to the Iraq war it was renamed after a line Arquette ad-lipped from the film ‘Get Back!  You eight legged freak!!   We are joined by special guest co-host, Joe Randazzo, writer and producer.   Opening Credits/Introduction (.55); Story Geek – What To Watch During COVID Crisis (11.15); Man Messes With Nature (14.09); Them! (1954) Trailer (15.14); Why God? (18.39); Nature Messes With Man (48.39); Eight Legged Freaks (2002) (49.15); Mother Nature’s Revenge (51.50); Nature Lives To Fight Another Day (1:19.46); Death of a Bounty Hunter (1:35.31); End Credits (1:37.07); Closing Theme (1:38.03)   Opening and Closing Credits– Planet Synth by Dan Hughes   Original Music copyrighted 2020 Dan Hughes Music and the Literary License Podcast.    All rights reserved.
Season 1.  Episodes 9 - 12.   Samantha and Endora go for lunch in Paris and meet Larry and Louise.  Samantha’s father comes to call.  Endora sends a gorgeous model to entice Darrin.  Miscommunication takes over as Darrin thinks Samantha is pregnant.   Special Guest Stars include:  Racquel Welch, Maurice Evans and Maureen McCormick.   Opening Credits; Introduction (.36.21); Story Geek:  What To Watch During The COVID Crisis (4.28); Bewitching Going On/Which Witch Is Which:  Episode 9 – Witch or Wife (8.39); Episode 10 – Just One Happy Family (21.04); Episode 11 – It Takes One To Know One (34.54); Episode 12 – …And Something Makes Three (49.15); Book Description (1:03.57); Witch or Mortal (1:05.38); The Bewitching Hour (1:10.35); The End Credits (1:12.51); Closing Credits (1:14.52)   Opening Credits– Theme Song from Bewitched Television Show by Jack Keller   Closing Credits – Closing Credits from Bewitched Television Show by Jack Keller   Copyright owned by Screen Gems.   All rights reserved.
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