Bell, Book and Candle

Bell, Book and Candle
Bell, Book and Candle




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You might think that life as a witch would be fun - doing magic, brushing up on your potions and generally causing mayhem. But that's not how it seems to New York witch Gillian Holroyd, whose life is turned upside down when she encounters Shep Henderson, a handsome publisher who she is instantly smitten with. The only problem - or more accurately the first of them - is that Shep doesn't seem to feel the same way, and while a witch can cast a spell to make somebody fall for them, they lose their powers as soon as they give in to temptation. The solution to this conundrum is revealed in this delightful all-star movie that mixes screwball comedy with the supernatural.


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