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LOL!!!

"Endora makes Tabitha a piano virtuoso. Wanting Samantha to provide a good example to Tabitha, Darrin offers a challenge to Samantha, which she accepts: learn how to play the piano the mortal way. Tabitha's talent attracts unwanted attention from Samantha's piano instructor Johann Sebastian Monroe (Jonathan Harris), who wants to put Tabitha on a performance tour. Samantha and Darrin have to figure out a way to dissuade Monroe. Sam does this by finding Monroe another child prodigy. Fritz Feld appears as Maestro Alfredo Ferranini."

IF enough are curious, will cook up and post some clips.

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My curiosity got the better of me and I found this clip on YouTube. I was trying to figure out why the teacher looked so familiar and it popped into my head that he played a bad guy on the Lost in Space series.



Can't imagine what the teacher would do these days with all the child prodigies on YouTube.


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The Wonder Years had a piano episode too,



Of course, I'm no expert and perhaps this is just my cynical, negative, suspicious, doubtful and ungracious personality coming into play, but I'm not sure either child in these episodes is actually playing the piano they are sitting at.

I could be wrong. But those violins with Kevin made me suspect something. Or was that the sound of his sister's "Ladyshave" that we saw her holding in her hand?

Off topic, there was fierce rivalry at my school over who we liked the most, Elizabeth Montgomery, Barbara Eden, Donna Douglas or Betty Rubble.

Am I curious enough? I just love vintage TV.

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Originally Posted by slipperykeys
The Wonder Years had a piano episode too,



Of course, I'm no expert and perhaps this is just my cynical, negative, suspicious, doubtful and ungracious personality coming into play, but I'm not sure either child in these episodes is actually playing the piano they are sitting at.

I could be wrong. But those violins with Kevin made me suspect something. Or was that the sound of his sister's "Ladyshave" that we saw her holding in her hand?

Off topic, there was fierce rivalry at my school over who we liked the most, Elizabeth Montgomery, Barbara Eden, Donna Douglas or Betty Rubble.

Am I curious enough? I just love vintage TV.


My fav part in the Bewitched episode was when the boy was playing the beat up spinet with a huge soundboard-long crack visible from the back, yet the piano sounded suspiciously like a professionally mic'd Steinway 9'.

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Ok guys—- where is the episode with Fritz??? I need the ending of the story 😊


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