The movie, which is sort of fuzzy in sound and look, features a real witch, and her father, also a witch, being burned at the stake by Puritans. They curse the family of the chief accuser to always be unhappy in marriage. That's what happens over many decades, as the ashes of the father-daughter witches wait for freedom. Freed they are. Romantic comedy ensues. All is right at the end, but not before plenty of hijinks and a touch of malice.
I Married a Witch remains a popular movie. It's the lightest of fantasy. A bit of a fairy tale, it never fails to cheer me up. And Veronica Lake is lovely in it. To read more about the movie, you can go HERE:
You can often find I Married a Witch on TCM during October. (By the way, Alec Baldwin is taking up some of the work of the late and much beloved TCM presenter, Robert Osborne. That should be fun. To learn more about that, go HERE: http://bit.ly/2oPhiCc.)
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