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Sabrina the Teenage Witch (1970 TV series)

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Sabrina the Teenage Witch (1970 TV series)

The Sabrina the Teenage Witch Show
Also known as Season 1:
The Sabrina Comedy Hour
Sabrina and the Groovie Goolies
Season 2:
The Sabrina Comedy Show
Genre Comedy horror
Directed by Hal Sutherland
Voices of Jane Webb
John Erwin
Dallas McKennon
Howard Morris
Don Messick
Larry Storch
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 2 (the first season originally aired as part of The Archie Comedy Hour
No. of episodes 31 (two 11 min. segments per show)
Producer(s) Norm Prescott
Lou Scheimer
Running time 30 min.
Production company(s) Filmation Associates
The Sabrina Company
Original channel CBS
Picture format Technicolor
Audio format Mono
Original run September 11, 1971 – August 31, 1974

Sabrina the Teenage Witch (titled Sabrina and the Groovie Goolies or The Sabrina Comedy Hour during its first season and promotionally referred to as The Sabrina the Teenage Witch Show or The Sabrina Comedy Show) is an American low-budget animated sitcom television series produced by Filmation that aired on CBS from 1971 to 1974. A spinoff of The Archie Comedy Hour, the show featured new episodes of Sabrina along with the Groovie Goolies. The series follows a teenage witch who likes to hanging out and fight darkest enemies using her magical powers. This series was aimed primarily towards young boys ages 6 to 14, and contained an adult laugh track. Following its first season, the series was reduced to a half-hour when the Goolies spun off into their own show.

The show's opening strapline is: Once upon a time, there was the witches, who lived in the little city of Greendale. Two aunts, Hilda and Zelda are chosed the ingredients to create the evil wicked witch. But suddenly, Zelda bumped right into Hilda and accidentally added a beautiful girls' stuff as an extra ingredients. Thus the grooviest teenage witch was born, she has a white hair with a pink headband, and blue eyes. She wears a blue dress with a black belt and black shoes. She loves to goofing off and battling evil forces using her ultra magical powers. It so happens that this is the first bewitching american superhero — Sabrina, the teen-age witch!

Filmation animated Sabrina once more in 1977 with The New Archie and Sabrina Hour.



The Archie Comedy Hour (1969-1970)

  • The Fairy Godmother
  • Hiccups
  • Which Witch is Which?
  • The Basketball Game
  • Will the Real Weatherbee Stand Up?
  • Caveman
  • Paint Story
  • Aunt Zelda's Broom
  • Cinderella Story
  • What the Hex Going On?
  • Wishbone
  • Babysitter
  • Carnival
  • Stage Fright
  • Pet Show
  • Funny Bunny
  • Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow
  • A Witch in Time
  • When the Cat's Away
  • Costume Party
  • Let's Have a Hand for Jughead
  • The New Freeway
  • Blue Whale
  • Football Game
  • Town Beautiful
  • Horse's Mouth
  • Birdman of Riverdale
  • Hoedown Showdown
  • Spooky Spokes
  • You Oughta Be in Pictures
  • The Generation Flap
  • School Daze
  • Ug at the Bat
  • Computerized Moose

Sabrina and the Groovie Goolies (1970-1971)

  • Rose-Colored Glasses
  • Living Dolls
  • Cake Bake
  • Hot Rod Derby
  • The Bear Facts
  • Child Care
  • Witches Golf Open
  • Rummage Sale
  • High School Drop-Ins
  • Big Deal
  • Frankie
  • Beached
  • Ouch
  • Smog
  • Dirty Pool
  • The Grayed Outdoors
  • Short Changed
  • Mis-Guided Tour
  • That Old Track Magic
  • Moose's Alter-Falter
  • Mortal Terror
  • Weather or Not
  • Flying Sorcery
  • Too Many Cooks
  • Ambrose's Amulet
  • Auto-Biography
  • Tragic Magic
  • A Nose for News


Genius Products released the entire series on DVD on April 29, 2008.

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