Unforgettable for Geoffrey Bayldon's entrancing performance as Catweazle the wizard, the series also boasted a superb regular cast, while guest appearances by some of Britain's finest actors of the period - including Hattie Jacques and Peter Sallis - ensured the quality status of the production. Catweazle is a magical dip into the past for those who saw these series originally, and a special treat for everyone who will experience this classic for the first time. Special Features: Limited edition packaging Exclusive postcards Brand-new 40th anniversary introduction... to the series by Geoffrey Bayldon Brothers in Magic - Geoffrey Bayldon and Robin Davies are reunited after thirty years, at the Hexwood Farm location, to reminisce about the filming of Catweazle Commentaries with Richard Carpenter, Geoffrey Bayldon, Joy Whitby and Robin Davies Anglia News - Richard Carpenter interview, from 1970 Extensive image gallery including behind the scenes and many previously unseen Merchandise image gallery PDF material including merchandise, magazines, annuals and scripts for all episodes, including an unfilmed episode, The Horned Dragon Commemorative Booklet [show more]
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Both series of the classic 1970s children's programme, starring Geoffrey Bayldon as the time-travelling Anglo-Saxon wizard Catweazle, who finds himself transported to the present day when one of his magical spells goes wrong. Episodes from series one are: 'The Sun in a Bottle'; 'Castle Saburac'; 'The Curse of Rapkyn'; 'The Witching Hour'; 'The Eye of Time'; 'The Magic Face'; 'The Telling Bone'; 'The Power of Adamcos'; 'The Demi Devil'; 'The House of the Sorceror'; 'The Flying Broomsticks'; 'The Wisdom of Solomon' and 'The Trickery Lantern'. Episodes from series two are: 'The Magic Riddle'; 'Duck Halt'; 'The Heavenly Twins'; 'The Sign of the Crab'; 'The Black Wheels'; 'The Wogle Stone'; 'The Enchanted King'; 'The Familiar Spirit'; 'The Ghost Hunters'; 'The Walking Trees'; 'The Battle of the Giants'; 'The Magic Circle' and 'The Thirteenth Sign'.