Winsome Witch

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Winsome Witch
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Title card of the first episode.
Network: NBC
Production company: Hanna-Barbera
Original release: October 2, 1965October 15, 1966

Starring: Jean Vander Pyl
Producer(s): William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
Music composed by: Ted Nichols
Writer(s): Tony Benedict
Dalton Sandifer
Director(s): William Hanna
Joseph Barbera

Winsome Witch is a series of animated segments as part of The Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show, produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions for NBC's Saturday morning children's programming debuting. It ran from 1965 to 1966, airing 26 episodes that spanned two seasons.

The entire series is available on DVD.




The score was composed by Ted Nichols.


Episode Number Original air date
"Have Broom Will Travel" 1x01 October 2, 1965
"Prince of a Pup" 1x02 October 9, 1965
"Operation Broom Switch" 1x03 October 16, 1965
"The Hansel & Gretel Case" 1x04 October 23, 1965
"The Little Big League" 1x05 October 30, 1965
"Schoolteacher Winnie" 1x06 November 6, 1965
"Good Red Riding Hood" 1x07 November 13, 1965
"Winnie's Baby" 1x08 November 20, 1965
"How Now Cinderella" 1x09 November 27, 1965
"Have Broom Will Zoom" 1x10 December 4, 1965
"Winnie the Sheriff" 1x11 December 11, 1965
"Welcome Wagging" 1x12 December 18, 1965
"Shoo-Spy" 1x13 December 25, 1965
"Wolfcraft vs. Witchcraft" 1x14 January 1, 1966
"Tallyho the Hunter" 1x15 January 8, 1966
"Witch Hitch" 1x16 January 15, 1966
"Ugly Duckling Trouble" 1x17 January 22, 1966
"Witch Witch is Witch" 1x18 January 29, 1966
"Good Little Scout" 1x19 February 5, 1966
"Potluck" 1x20 February 12, 1966
"Pussycat Man" 2x01 September 10, 1966
"Sheriff Winnie" 2x02 September 17, 1966
"Wee Winnie Witch" 2x03 September 24, 1966
"Sea Dogged" 2x04 October 1, 1966
"Wild Wild Witch" 2x05 October 8, 1966
"Hollywood or Busted" 2x06 October 15, 1966


In other languages

Language Name
French Sophie la sorcière
Italian L'amabile strega
Japanese マジックおばさん (Majikku Obasan)
Spanish La Bruja Tonta
Swedish Häxan Winnie