Also according to imdb, the bloke who made Bewitched took 'inspiration' from this film and Bell Book & Candle (another corker). Since both films were owned by the same studio making Bewitched, he got away with it.
As you guide your cursor over the blue avatar a strange feeling of dread comes over you.
According to IMDB, not counting television shows but including made-for-television movies:
So I Married an Axe Murderer (1993) Sabotage (1936) aka “I Married a Murderer” - USA (reissue title) I Married a Strange Person! (1997) I Married a Witch (1942) I Married a Monster from Outer Space (1958) J’ai épousé une ombre (1983) aka “I Married a Dead Man” aka “I Married a Shadow” I Married an Angel (1942) The Woman on Pier 13 (1949) aka “I Married a Communist” - United States (pre-release title) Ti ho sposato per allegria (1967) aka “I Married You for Fun” I Married a Centerfold (1984) (TV) I Married a Doctor (1936) I Married a Monster (1998) (TV) I Married a Woman (1958) I Married Wyatt Earp (1983) (TV) Married Too Young (1962) aka “I Married Too Young” The Man I Married (1940) aka “I Married a Nazi” - United States (working title) I Married a Munchkin (1994) I Married a Vampire (1987) I Married a Spy (1937) I Married for Love (1937) I Married a Czech Boy (2011) I Married Adventure (1940) I Married a Heathen (1974) I Married a Savage (1949) I Married the Beltway Sniper (2010) (TV) The Great Flirtation (1934) aka “I Married an Actress” - United States (working title)
Holy Madness Batman ! How did I miss that gem ? Must have been a Lifetime Channel Special Event ! wtf