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"I'm not a bad witch; I'm a good witch." Apparently, fans agreed. For eight years (1964-1972), Elizabeth Montgomery (1933-1995) charmed audiences on Bewitched, her successful impersonation of the nose-twitching Samantha Stephens mesmerizing viewers so forcefully that many forgot she had any other identity. Herbie Pilato's Twitch Upon a Star forever dispels the notion that Montgomery was a one-role actress or a one-dimensional person. Indeed, what strikes us deepest about this comprehensive illustrated biography is that the daughter of actor Robert Montgomery led a rich life, pursuing a busy acting career while participating in political activism and charity work. This work, which benefits from exclusive interviews with its subject, arrives just as CBS is rebooting Bewitched as a new show.