Thanks to another of Aunt Clara's misbegotten spells, the Stephenses and nosy neighbor Gladys Kravitz are whisked back to 17th century Plymouth for the Pilgrims' first Thanksgiving. Predictably, the founding fathers -- including John Alden (Richard Bull), Miles Standish (Peter Cannon), and a fictional character named Phineas (Jacques Aubuchon) -- suspect that there is sorcery afoot. Less predictably, it is hapless Darrin who is accused of being a witch. Written by Tom August and Helen August, "Samantha's Thanksgiving to Remember" first aired on November 23, 1967

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Jerry Lewis and his son Gary host this episode of the classic variety program from the 1960s, Lot's of great guests.

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