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Sabrina, The Teenage Witch - The Third Season
Sabrina The Teenage Witch - The Third Season
Actor: Melissa Joan Hart
Genres: Comedy, Kids & Family, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television
UR     2008     9hr 2min

When Sabrina Spellman is informed by her aunts, Hilda and Zelda, that she is a witch on her 16th birthday, she is hesitant to believe them. Having been sent to live with them in Massachusetts by her Warlock father and mort...  more »


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Actor: Melissa Joan Hart
Genres: Comedy, Kids & Family, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television
Sub-Genres: Comedy, Family Films, Tweens, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Comedy
Studio: Paramount
Format: DVD - Color,Full Screen
DVD Release Date: 01/15/2008
Original Release Date: 09/27/1996
Theatrical Release Date: 09/27/1996
Release Year: 2008
Run Time: 9hr 2min
Screens: Color,Full Screen
Number of Discs: 4
SwapaDVD Credits: 4
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 1
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Unfortunetly CUT and Edited!
P. Iranzo | München | 06/20/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)

"When I first read on the internet , that the sabrina DVDs would be edited, I never realised this as being a big problem. I hardly noticed anything in season two and in season one the 'a girl like you' song was missing, which was a bit crap to find out.

So anyway, after watching the edited versions of the first seasons , it didn't seem to me as too cut until I got season three. But season three has more problems then the previous seasons: Phantom Planet was credited on the dvd for an appearence that you could not see on this version. Before the band should have appeared, this version just fades to black and you get the Sabrina introduction. Then a lot of music gets replaced by simple instrumental songs that don't even seem to fit to what is happening. The halloween episode had a great moment in where the "monster mash song" was played. Also , this song was removed.

Apart from noticeble songs missing (and a few scenes) this dvd set is great and the show itself is huge fun to watch. If you know the show by buying the dvds , it might be new to you and you wont have to worry about anything. But fans that know the show from the original airings will definetly miss a few things and some people will dislike that more then I did.

Another thing that isn't that good about the dvd-set is, that there are no extras whatsoever. Not even animated dvd menus or a little commentary. If you love the show and are just happy of being able to watch it, you'll live with that too . ;)

(I hope that my english was good enough ;) )"
Great Season
Caroline Ednil | 10/15/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Personally, I think that this is "Sabrina's" best season. Sabrina Spellman uses lots of magic as she tries to solve the family secret and get her official witches licenses. One of the best season's overall. Cross your fingers that the DVDs will show it in all it's glory. "
Spellbinding third season of "Sabrina" magic!
Byron Kolln | the corner where Broadway meets Hollywood | 10/05/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)

"A new year (and a new hairstyle for star Melissa Joan Hart) with the third season of SABRINA THE TEENAGE WITCH. In the third year of the spellbinding comedy, Sabrina finally earns her witches' license, must choose between steady boyfriend Harvey (Nate Richert) and handsome warlock Daschiell (Donald Faison), and also attempt to solve the mysterious "Family Secret"!


"It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Season Opener" - Sabrina gets her witches' license, but now must uncover a family secret. Meanwhile, her romantic dilemma continues...

"Boy Was My Face Red" - In order to help Valerie (Lindsay Sloane) out of an extremely embarrassing situation, Sabrina concocts a spell which later backfires, leaving Sabrina literally red-faced...

"Suspicious Minds" - Sabrina gets jealous when Harvey is paired with Libby (Jenna Leigh Green) for a school project about marriage. And Aunt Zelda (Beth Broderick) starts dating Mr Kraft (Martin Mull)...

"The Pom-Pom Incident" - Valerie decides to try out for the dreaded cheerleading squad, so Sabrina uses a magic coin from the Other Realm in order to change her mind... Guest-starring Dom DeLuise.

"Pancake Madness" - After she makes a fool of herself in front of the entire school by giving in to her pancake addiction (and being visited by a giant maple syrup dispenser named Mrs Mapleton), Sabrina must go through an intense detox... Meanwhile, Hilda is deported to the Other Realm's version of Canada.

"Good Will Haunting" - On Halloween, Sabrina is given an evil Molly-Dolly to terrorise her friends, whilst Hilda (Caroline Rhea) and Zelda are trapped at a party being held in an insane asylum. Guest-starring JoAnne Worley and Ruth Buzzi.

"You Bet Your Family" - Salem (voiced by Nick Bakay) loses a big poker game in the Other Realm, so now Hilda, Zelda and Sabrina are powerless servants for the next twenty years!...

"And the Sabrina Goes to..." - Hungry for praise, Sabrina conjures up a 'just desserts' spell and is showered with compliments for every little thing she does... Guest-starring Mary Hart, Dick Clark, and Phantom Planet.

"Nobody Nose Libby Like Sabrina Nose Libby" - Salem and Sabrina wind up stuck inside a tiny spaceship that accidentally flies up Libby's nose, eventually getting wedged in her brain...

"Sabrina and the Beast" - Sabrina's unattractive but kind-hearted Cousin Suzie (Sonje Fortag) arrives to discuss the Family Secret, and turns Harvey into a beast in order to teach Sabrina a lesson about appearances...

"Christmas Amnesia" - At a trendy party in the Other Realm, Sabrina accidentally erases Christmas in the Spellman household and must figure out a way to restore the holiday...

"Whose So-Called Life is It Anyway?" - Valerie's mother makes a wish that her daughter could be exactly like Sabrina. But when the wish comes true, Valerie gradually starts morphing into Sabrina's double...

"What Price Harvey?" - Concerned about Harvey's decision to become a mechanic, Sabrina douses him with a magic cologne that turns him into an industrial tycoon overnight... Hilda and Zelda switch personalities, with the help of zany Cousin Zsa Zsa (Sheryl Lee Ralph).

"Mrs Kraft" - Aunt Zelda finds out that Mr Kraft used to be married to a witch named Lucy (Julia Duffy)! So the two women fight for his affections on a wacky Jerry Springer episode entitled 'Keep Your Hands off My Mortal'...

"Sabrina and the Pirates" - In order to see N'Sync perform, Sabrina obtains a fake ID. But then her magic starts becoming fake as well...

"Sabrina, the Matchmaker" - Ordered by Cupid to make two people fall in love, Sabrina gets her Cousin Marigold (Hallie Todd) and the local plumber together. But then her two bratty daughters try thier best to ruin it... With Emily Hart, Frankie Muniz and Emile Hirsch.

"Salem, the Boy" - Sabrina decides to use her three magic wish tokens from Roland (Phil Fondacaro) to try and help depressed Salem. Using the body of school nerd Gordy (Curtis Andersen), Salem can spend some time remembering his human life...until his megalomaniacal personality starts to kick in once more! Guest-starring Henry Gibson and Mary Ann Mobley.

"Sabrina the Teenage Writer" - The line between fiction and reality literally starts to blur when Sabrina types a story on a magic typewriter and the characters come to life... Guest-starring David L. Lander and Michelle Kwan.

"The Big Sleep" - After Sabrina disturbs Aunt Dorma (Rosalind Ayres)--the family black sheep--who sleeps ten years at a time, the vengeful relation puts Hilda and Zelda to sleep for all eternity...

"Sabrina's Pen Pal" - Sabrina sneaks her timid pen-pal Martha (Lisa Darr) over from the Other Realm disguised as a cat, only to discover she's actually a notorious jewel thief!

"Sabrina's Real World" - After Salem signs a big contract with an Other Realm TV network, Sabrina's life becomes a reality series...

"The Long and Winding Shortcut" - Using Mrs Quick (Mary Gross) to help solve the Family Secret by inventing an elaborate boardgame (complete with Monty Hall as a host), Sabrina is accused of cheating and stripped of all modern conveniences...

"Sabrina, the Sandman" - Sabrina gets a job as the Sandman, putting people to sleep. But she becomes confused and upset when she starts peeking in on their dreams...

"Silent Movie" - Just as Harvey professes his love to Sabrina, a silent spell kicks in. When the entire Spellman household descends into an old 1920s silent movie, pandemonium erupts...

"The Good, the Bad and the Luau" - As Harvey's mother goes into labour, Sabrina is called away to a vacation in Hawaii, where the Family Secret is finally revealed... With Henry Gibson, Kellye Nakahara, Susan Angelo, Lisa K. Wyatt, and David Alan Graf."
Sabrina the best
Tim Lasiuta | Red Deer, Alberta | 01/18/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Sabrina, the Third Season

There are few shows that guarantee entertainment and mirth every time you watch it.

The third season of Sabrina introduced her witches license, something more dangerous than a drivers license to a teenager. As we all know, the world of Sabrina Spellman is twisted enough without more freedom. Some of the messes she finds herself in include the family secret, the compliment spell, Sabrina tries out for the cheer leader squad, Sabrina erases Christmas, Mr Kraft's other worldly wife is exposed, Salem creates a reality show based on the Spellman household, the world of silent films becomes real once more when a silence spell kicks in, and Salem tries to take over the world!

However you get this DVD, run, mail order, or order through the Other Realm Special Services, get it! As they say, there's no show like it.

Look for it at your local video dealer or online at [...]

Tim Lasiuta
(not a Spellman)