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24 Most Iconic Movie Witches

by | February 17, 2015 | Comments

Touted as the first great horror movie of the year, The Witch offers a visceral exploration of black arts and superstition in a bloody tale set within 17th century New England. The film inspires this 24 Frames gallery of the most iconic witches from movie history.

  • Zoe Bleck

    How could you leave out Kim Novak in Bell, Book , and Candle?

  • Kathy

    How can you leave out Elizabeth Montgomery or Agnes Moorhead of Bewitched. Icons of my childhood.

  • philstar22

    Three errors. It is Hermione, not Hermoine. And neither Maleficent is a witch. They are both fairies.

    • Sun

      Naaa.. They r witches….

      • philstar22

        Uh, no, actually they are evil fairies.

    • shawn

      actually hermione is a witch maleficent is a fairy

  • Marmoreon

    No Bedknobs and Broomsticks ?

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