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    Ken Kercheval

    Ken Kercheval (born July 15, 1935, Wolcottville, Indiana) is an American actor, best known for his role as Cliff Barnes on the television series Dallas. Kercheval trained under Sanford Meisner at The Neighborhood Playhouse in New York City. Kercheval made his Broadway debut in the 1962 play Something About a Soldier. He appeared off-Broadway in the 1963 Kurt Weill revue From Berlin to Broadway, and can be heard on the cast recording. Additional theatre credits include The Apple Tree, Cabaret (replacing Bert Convy as Cliff), and Here's Where I Belong. In 1966, he appeared as the title character in the original Broadway production of Fiddler on the Roof, co-starring with Herschel Bernardi, Maria Karnilova, Julia Migenes, Leonard Frey, and Pia Zadora. He got his start on television in 1966, playing the part of Dr. Nick Hunter on Search for Tomorrow. His film credits include The Seven-Ups with Roy Scheider and Tony LoBianco plus F.I.S.T. with Sylvester Stallone. Kercheval and Larry Hagman were the only Dallas cast members to stay with the series throughout its entire run, although Kercheval's character was only a recurring character during the first two seasons. He became a regular
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    Fastest Gun in the East

    Jeannie blinks Tony back in the past as marshal of Gopher Gulch, a town plagued by rustlers, when he wishes that he had lived in the Old West.
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    Cocoa Beach

    Cocoa Beach

    Cocoa Beach is a city in Brevard County, Florida, United States. The population was 11,231 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area. The first non-native settlement in the area was by a family of freed slaves following the Civil War. In 1888, a group of men from Cocoa bought the entire tract of land, which went undeveloped until it was bought out in 1923 by a member of the group—Gus Edwards, Cocoa's city attorney. At that time, Edwards' total holdings included approximately 600 acres (2.4 km), and he had stopped practicing law to devote all his efforts to developing the area. The Town of Cocoa Beach was established on June 5, 1925. Gus C. Edwards was elected as mayor and served as a commissioner along with J.A. Haisten, and R.Z. Grabel. On July 27, 1925, Cocoa Beach held its first official meeting at the Cocoa Beach Casino, and adopted the City Seal. A little less than a month later, plans for a pier became official. In 1935, the FDOT opened up what is now State Road A1A as a one-lane dirt road to Eau Gallie. In 1938, a Deputy Marshal was appointed to "to act in emergencies at night or at other times" for $.25/hour
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    David Chase

    David Chase (born David DeCesare; August 22, 1945) is an American writer, director, and producer of television series. Chase has worked in television for more than 30 years; he has produced and written for such shows as The Rockford Files, I'll Fly Away, and Northern Exposure. He has created two original series; the first, Almost Grown, aired for 10 episodes in 1988 and 1989. Chase is best known for his second original series, the influential and critically acclaimed HBO drama The Sopranos, which aired for six seasons between 1999 and 2007. A prominent figure in American television, Chase has won seven Emmy Awards. Chase was born David DeCesare in Mount Vernon, New York. An Italian-American, Chase grew up in a small garden apartment in Clifton, New Jersey and in North Caldwell. Chase has stated that as a child he had many issues with his parents, whom he feels were overbearing. He grew up watching matinée crime films and was well known as a creative storyteller during his childhood. Chase claims his father was an angry man who belittled him constantly as a child and his mother was a "passive-aggressive drama queen" and "a nervous woman who dominated any situation she was in by
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    Russian Roulette

    Roger Healey is in love and is still searching for his missing Dream Girl, Jeannie, complete with an engagement ring in tow. Meanwhile, he and Tony are ordered by their superiors to escort and entertain two Russian cosmonauts who are visiting the Base, one of them being a good-looking female cosmonaut who has an immediate attraction to Tony. In a jealous huff, Jeannie sneaks along on the men's assignment by hiding herself (in her bottle) inside of Roger's overcoat pocket. The female Russian cosmonaut expresses a real interest in the antique bottle and Roger gives it to her as a gift of friendship. Once Tony realizes what has happened, he makes every effort to get Jeannie back, but not before the Russian cosmonaut discovers that she now possesses a genuine genie in a bottle.
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    Guess What Happened On The Way To The Moon?

    Tony is on a survival mission with Roger when Jeannie seems to have followed him. She then proceeds to help him in every way possible by giving him food, shelter, and finally transportation while Roger suffers in the hot, sweltering desert.
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    Vinton Hayworth

    Vinton Hayworth (June 4, 1906 – May 21, 1970) was an American actor who began in weaselly and milquetoast roles and aged into dignified character parts. Born in Washington, D.C., he began acting in his late teens. He was a pioneering radio announcer in the early 1920s, first in Washington, later in New York City, and then in Chicago. Subsequently, he appeared on numerous radio programs in various roles. He entered movies in 1933, under the stage name Jack Arnold and made appearances in small roles, usually played comically good-natured, sneaky characters. His appearances as Jack Arnold ended in the early 1940s and he did a two year stint on Broadway from 1942-44 before returning to California. He made appearances in film from the late 1950s onward. Hayworth was also one of the founders of A.F.R.A. (later A.F.T.R.A.), the union representing radio and television artists, of which he was also the president from 1951-54. Hayworth began appearing on television in the 1950s. He appeared in Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Gunsmoke, Perry Mason, Dennis the Menace, Petticoat Junction, Hazel, The Munsters, Green Acres (1965) and Dick Tracy (1967). He played Carlos Galindo on Disney's Zorro
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    My Master, the Spy

    Jeannie blinks herself,and Tony to Paris for breakfast.Tony had informed her that he is suppose to be in General Peterson's office now.So,Jeannie blinks a duplicate Tony into General Peterson's Office.While Tony,and Jeannie are enjoying a delious breakfast of cheese souffley,a French General,and his assistant recognize Tony,and wonder why they were not informed of his coming to Paris.The General calls his good friend,Dr.Bellows to inquire why.Dr.Bellows tells the General that Major. Nelson is not in Paris,because he at that moment looking right at him.The General says the same thing.Suspicious,Dr.Bellows ask the General to take a picture of the Man he sees,and telephoto a copy to him.Why,he ask?Because obviously one of us is looking at an imposter.The General takes the picture of Tony.Jeannie notices the stern-faced man taking pictures,and becomes uncomfortable.She blinks herself,and Tony back home.Sometime later Dr.Bellows receives the photo,and not sure if it's Major.Nelson,or his do
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    Happy Anniversary

    In the first color episode, we learn Tony and Jeannie have been together one year but are no closer to marriage. Jeannie causes Tony's latest space mission to crash-land on the same island of their first meeting. Tony comes upon -- guess what -- another genie bottle, but this time, it doesn't have a beautiful woman inside. Uh-uh, it has the evil Blue Djinn, the same monster who imprisioned Jeannie in her bottle 2,000 years earlier. Tony and Jeannie try several methods to defeat the Blue Djinn. At one point, Tony turns on the television and uses images of violence (from TV newscasts) to frighten Djinn into defeat, but that plan falters when unexpected visitor Roger blabs. After Tony and Jeannie finally defeat Djinn (by luring him into a vacuum cleaner and throwing it to the bottom of the ocean), the two enjoy a peaceful anniversary dinner ... on the same island where they met one year earlier.
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    Barbara Eden

    Barbara Eden

    Barbara Eden (born August 23, 1934) is an American film and television actress and singer who is best known for starring as the title role in the sitcom I Dream of Jeannie. Eden was born Barbara Jean Morehead in Tucson, Arizona, the daughter of Alice Mary (née Franklin) and Hubert Henry Morehead. Her parents divorced when she was three; she and her mother Alice moved to San Francisco, where later her mother married Harrison Connor Huffman, a telephone lineman. The Great Depression deeply affected the Huffman family, and as they were unable to afford many luxuries, Barbara's mother entertained the children by singing songs. This musical background left a lasting impression on the actress, who began taking acting classes because she felt it might help her improve her singing. Her first public performance was singing in the church choir, where she sang the solos. When she was 14 she sang in local bands for $10 a night in night clubs. At age 16 she became a member of Actor's Equity. She studied singing at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and acting with the Elizabeth Holloway School of Theatre. She graduated from Abraham Lincoln High School in San Francisco in the Spring Class
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    The Biggest Star in Hollywood

    Jeannie is invited to appear on the hip, 1960s comedy/variety TV show ""Laugh-In,"" but it's really her off-camera antics that are responsible for making her an instant celebrity.
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    An Astronaut in Sheep's Clothing

    On Jeannie and Tony's 6 month wedding anniversary, Jeannie wants desperately to please Tony by knitting him a cashmir sweater while Tony wants to get her a string of pearls. None of which ends up being accomplished.
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    Whatever Happened to Baby Custer?

    An 8-year-old boy, Custer, idolizes Tony. One day when making an unannounced visit, Custer sees Jeannie's magic at work. The little boy blabs almost immediately. Dr. Bellows learns about this and decides to use him to prove that the recent wierd goings-on with Tony have some explanation. Of course, Jeannie uses her magic to cause even more trouble.
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    Always on Sunday

    Jeannie thinks that Tony has been working too hard and decides to give him (and the world) a break by making every day sunday.
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    The Moving Finger

    Jeannie becomes jealous of Tony because he goes out to dinner with a famous movie star. Jeannie then wants to become a moviestar herself to get Tony's attention only she ends up coming to the conclusion that genies dont photograph when she is given a screen test and she is invisible in it.
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    I Dream of Jeannie, Season 1

    The first season of American sitcom series "I Dream of Jeannie" premiered on Sept. 18, 1965 and wrapped up on May 7, 1966. This season, the only season of the show shot in B&W, spans 30 episodes.
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    I Dream of Jeannie, Season 5

    The fifth and final season of American sitcom series "I Dream of Jeannie" premiered on Sept. 16, 1969 and ended on March 26, 1970. This season spans 26 episodes.
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    Nobody Loves a Fat Astronaut

    Jeannie's Sister returns once again to make trouble for both Tony,and her sister,when finding out that if Tony's weight is notup to the average Astranauts requirements,then he will be washed out of the Space Program.So she set's out to first convince General Schaffer,and Dr Bellows that Tony is unstable mentally,and emotionally.And,then to have his physical changed to enormous to assure that he gets thrown out;to have the entire incident blamed on Jeannie.
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    Invisible House for Sale

    After Roger tells Jeannie the reason why Tony cant spend enough time with her, it becomes evident that they have too big a house and Jeannie wants to move into an apartment. She then sells the house to an important military personnel and when Tony finds out, he requests that she doesnt sell the house so she then makes the house invisible so that it cant be bought or even appear to exist.
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    My Sister, the Homewrecker

    Jeannie's sister returns for a final time to foul things up again. This time, she poses as her sister and makes the others think she is having an affair with another astronaut named Biff Jellico (Played by Eden's real life husband Michael Ansara) all the while Tony and Jeannie are oblivious to it.
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    Jeannie

    Jeannie is the title fictional character on the 1960s American TV series "I Dream of Jeannie", portrayed by actress Barbara Eden.
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    Watch the Birdie

    Tony goes to drop off a few papers to General Peterson when he gives a try at a few swings of golf. He of course is horrible and cant even hit the ball, but at a second try Jeannie makes him hit it farther than most pro's. The General then realizes Tony's ""potential"" and makes him his partner in a championship game against 2 guys of the Navy. He refuses Jeannie's help at first, but later on in the match he realizes he cant do it by himself and Jeannie comes to the rescue.
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    Jeannie Breaks the Bank

    Tony draws the authority's attention when Jeannie puts three milliion dollars into his bank account because he is a low-paid astronaut.
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    Jeannie, My Guru

    Tony picks up a teen age hitchhiker named Suzy who happens to be the daughter of his new neighbor, General Schaeffer. Schaeffer is a stickler for efficiency and hates all hippies, including Suzy's boyfriend Harold, a very spaced out one. Suzy, afraid of having her father see her in her hippy garb, hides out in Tony's house and winds up seeing Jeannie pop in. Suzy then blackmales Tony into hiding out Harold or else she will spill the beans about Jeannie.
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    The Wedding

    Jeannie and her master's wedding day arrives and NASA wants photos of the wedding. -- only genies don't photograph!
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    Emmaline Henry

    Emmaline Henry (November 1, 1928 – October 8, 1979) was an American actress perhaps best known for playing Amanda Bellows, wife of Dr. Bellows, on the hit 1960s situation comedy I Dream of Jeannie. Creator Sidney Sheldon mentioned in an interview that she was a good actress who was easy to work with. A casting director brought her in to audition and to meet him. Sheldon tested her and based on the screen test she got the part of Mrs. Bellows. She was first cast on the show January 22, 1966 in season 1 episode 18 in a one episode role playing a different character called "Myrt" (from the original black-and-white episodes). Her first appearance as Mrs. Bellows wasn't seen until December 12, 1966 in season 2 episode 14, when she was introduced to Tony and Roger by Dr. Bellows for the first time. Originally, Henry never intended to become an actress, for she had wanted to become a singer. By her teens she was appearing on local radio. She went to Hollywood in the early 1950s and found her way into the choruses of several musicals. Producers began noticing, however, that her comedy skills were superior to her singing. She toured in shows like Top Banana, and acted in the film of that
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    Jeannie, the Matchmaker

    Jeannie; feeling sorry for Roger; decides to help him out by going to a computer dating agency and setting him up with a girl while Tony is trying to set Roger up with the General's niece.
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    The Mad Home Wrecker

    The Bellows' give Tony and Jeannie an early wedding present; a grotesque looking piece of artwork. That's not all, they and others chip in to hire a redecorator to redecorate their home. As it turns out, the redecorator has no taste and Jeannie ends up redecorating their home in the blink of an eye.
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    Jeannie and the Kidnap Caper

    Tony, frustrated over Jeannie's constant use of magic to help around the house, makes her swear not to help him out anymore under any circumstances. Jeannie agrees, but it's bad timing. Seconds later, Red Chinese spies visit the Nelson home asking for Tony. They kidnap him at gunpoint, and if Jeannie uses her gifts to rescue Tony, she'll lose him as a master. Tony, meanwhile, is being held at shacks along the shoreline, where the criminals aim to make him reveal classified secrets through torture. A beautiful Chinese woman is also in on the scheme Jeannie manages to spy on the spies, reporting back to Roger (who in turn, reports to Dr. Bellows, who reports to Gen. Peterson). After several back-and-forths, Jeannie finally learns that the spies intend to kill Tony by making him drink poisoned tea. Roger convinces Jeannie to temporarily let him be his master, so she can skirt the rules and rescue Tony in time.
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    Never Put a Genie on a Budget

    As Dr. Bellows informs Roger and Tony of their latest assignment - to entertain Gregorian, a Russian cosmonaut - Tony gets a call from Jeannie to bail her out of jail. She was arrested in connection with the theft of $2,000 in merchandise from stores. Jeannie rationalizes her actions by saying she was trying to "charge" the items. After noting the store managers agreed to drop the charges in lieu of their paying for everything, Tony explains the meaning of credit and proceeds to put his new wife on a budget. Uh-oh, that's when major problems begin. First, when Tony brings Gregorian home for dinner, Jeannie serves a "budget meal" half a TV dinner and stale bread to each of the two. Later, Jeannie announces a hippie couple will be boarders. Gregorian - who was equally as impressed at the finely decorated Nelson home - is aghast, as an embarassed Tony tries to explain.
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    Roger Healey

    Roger Healey is a fictional character in the American 1960s TV series "I Dream of Jeannie", portrayed by actor Bill Daily.
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    The Strongest Man in the World

    Jeannie's magic makes Tony not only the strongest man (depicted by his easily lifting tables and other furniture), but gets him into trouble at the gym. Tony must compete in a boxing match against a burly Marine, who's the Armed Forces boxing champion. While training, he and Roger discover a series of punches that could fell the champion boxer. But Jeannie inadvertently gets locked in a locker, and can't blink herself out to help Tony, whose strength has returned to normal ... just in time for his boxing match. Of course, Tony's offense is ineffective, and the champion boxer pummels Tony. Finally, after Jeannie is released from the locker (by an unknowing subject using the gym), she manages to use her magic to save Tony from being knocked out (he fells his opponent with one punch!). Alas, both men are down for the count -- the champion from the punch and Tony from his brutal beating, and the match is declared a no-contest.
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    Anybody Here Seen Jeannie?

    At Cape Kennedy America's three man astronaut team is preparing to take an historical walk into outerspace. The team consists of Captain Tony Nelson, Captain Roger Healey and Lt. Geroge Conway. Captain Nelson as the head of the team will be the first American to step out into space. However, Dr. Bellows is concerned that Tony has been a bit jumpy and he orders him to appear at the base at 2:00 for some tests. Jeannie overhears of Tony's mission. Jeannie worries about his tether breaking and Tony spinning out into space. So she decides to sabotage Tony's tests, while hiding in Tony's jacket.
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    Where'd You Go Go?

    Diane, an old girlfriend of Tony's, comes into town and invites him to pick up where they left off, making Jeannie jealous. Meanwhile, Tony's best friend, Roger Healey, who still doesn't know about Jeannie, ""bumps"" into her on the street and becomes immediately attracted to her, aggressively pursuing her for a date. Jeannie accepts, causing Tony to become worried and a little bit jealous about her very first mystery date. He decides to drag Diane all over town in search of Jeannie and her unidentified escort.
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    Around the Moon in 80 Blinks

    Tony goes on a space flight. Unfortunately, he catches a cold and Jeannie blinks him down to take care of him. However, she blinks down the wrong astronaut in Commander Les Wingate as well as Tony. Now Jeannie must try to blink both astronauts up to their capsule before Amanda Bellows catches them back on the ground.
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    Jeannie at the Piano

    Jeannie shows up at the officer's club to ask Tony what he would like for dinner. A nervous Tony then sits down at a little red piano and pretends to play. Jeannie then puts a spell on it to make it seem that Tony is a virtuoso. General Schaeffer is so impressed that he sends Tony on tour and soon he is playing Carnegie Hall. However, the little red piano is replaced by a nice grand piano and to make matters worse Jeannie gets locked in a file cabinet on the night of Tony's debut.
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    Jeannie and the Bachelor Party

    Against Tony's wishes, Roger and Dr. Bellows scheme to throw the future groom a bachelor party. The party must be kept secret from Amada Bellows and the other NASA wives.
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    Jeannie and the Top Secret Secret

    It's been three years since Tony and Jeannie met, and boy has their relationship blossomed. He plans to celebrate their anniversary with a night on the town ... until Dr. Bellows calls, telling him to come to the office. It turns out Tony has been asked to hand-deliver a classified film to Washington, where high-ranking military officials are to view the film documenting NASA's latest projects. Tony (who has been ordered to be tight-lipped about the mission) tries to back out but can't; when he tells Jeannie about the change in plans and that he can't disclose what he's doing, Jeannie is certain she's being let down again and that Tony aims to meet another woman. Scheming to follow along, she blinks herself on the airplane (where Tony is seated next to a young woman) and, disguised as a stewardess, she causes trouble. Dr. Bellows (who is accompanying Tony on the trip as a ""stranger"") is clueless as to what's going on. Tony eventually has no choice but to take Jeannie aside and explain
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    Hayden Rorke

    William Henry Rorke (October 23, 1910 – August 19, 1987) was an American actor best known for playing Col. Dr. Alfred E. Bellows on the hit 1960s American sitcom I Dream of Jeannie. Born William Henry Rorke in Brooklyn, New York in 1910, he was the son of screen and stage actress Margaret Rorke (née Hayden), and he took his stage forename from her maiden name. He attended Brooklyn Prep School, where he was president of the Dramatics Society and the Student Government and a member of the Omega Gamma Delta Fraternity. He continued his education at the American Academy of the Dramatic Arts and began his stage career in the 1930s with the Hampden Theatrical Company. During World War II, he enlisted in the army, where he made his film debut in the musical This is the Army starring Ronald W. Reagan, for which he was uncredited as the stage manager and as a soldier in the background. Following the war, he left the army and worked in small parts on Broadway, finally returning to Hollywood for the 1949 film Lust for Gold, again uncredited. However, it was an opening, and in later films, beginning with Rope of Sand, he is listed in the credits, although he again shows up uncredited in the
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    How to Be a Genie in 10 Easy Lessons

    A well-meaning Jeannie has tried her best to please Tony, but her magic continues to cause problems. Tony comes to wit's end at how to deal with her. Roger suggests that Tony have Jeannie study ""Tales of Arabian Nights,"" claiming it will teach her how to properly use her gifts. Without any hesitation and despite Jeannie's objections, Tony tells her to study the book. And just why does Jeannie object? Because ""Tales of Arabian Nights"" is a book on how to torture mean masters through foul means (e.g., Tony's mattress is turned into a bed of spikes; Tony's wrists are tied high above a croccodile pit). Eventually, Tony catches on and together with Jeannie, plot some revenge against Roger ... by sending him briefly to Siberia!
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    My Master, the Rainmaker

    When Jeannie and Tony decide to go on a picnic, it starts to heavily rain ruining their plan. Jeannie then blinks and makes it sunny again. Tony is then amazed that Jeannie can control the weather so he inadvertedly wishes it could snow. When Jeannie makes it snow Dr. Bellows arrives rousing his suspicion and now quite a few people on the base think Tony can control the weather.
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    My Wild Eyed Master

    Tony had just recently failed an eye test that determines whether he goes up into orbit or not and when he goes to take it again the next day, Jeannie finds out about this and tries to help him by giving him better perfect eyes. Things go afoul though when she cant master this spell thereby giving Tony x-ray vision at first and then causing him to see very blurrily.
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    Is There a Doctor in the House?

    Tony's sudden sleeping sickness causes Jeannie to consult her mother for advice, not realizing that it was Jeannie's mother who caused it. Jeannie pleads with her mother to come back with her to Cocoa Beach so that she can cure Tony. After doing this, Mama lays her eyes on Dr. Bellows and it is love at first sight. She now starts making plans to make him her own Master.
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    Jeannie, the Recording Secretary

    Jeannie has just recently joined a club at NASA and voted recording secretary. She then learns that there is an award competition coming up for the best husband and that the prize is a trip for two to Hawaii. She wants Tony to win so badly that she blinks him off his training and returns him at home in his sleepy state.
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    This Is Murder

    When its discovered a princess is coming to Cocoa Beach to visit NASA, Tony is chosen to escort her for 3 days. At the same time, Jeannie sees a picture of her and realizes that she is from a royal family that once cheated her family 3000 years past and Jeannie has taken an oath to kill her. Tony; trying to save the princess from harm; sends Jeannie on a quest (that will ultimately take her 3 days to complete)to get him various things that take even a genie quite a bit of time to accomplish. This plan unfortunately does not work and Jeannie shows up ahead of schedule and meets with the princess. In the end, things work out good because Jeannie and the princess have agreed the feud was childish and thus they dropped the whole thing.
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    Blackmail Order Bride

    Reporter Charlie Farnum tries to get a hot scoop on the life of Major Tony Nelson. He goes as far as to rig up a camera and a tape recorder in Tony's house. However, Tony and Jeannie find out about Farnum's scheme and thwart it. Farnum then resorts to blackmail when he convinces his wife and kids to lie about Tony's past and claim that they are the wife and kids he abandoned years ago.
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    Get Me to Mecca on Time

    When it is discovered that it is the day of the ramda, Jeannie says that Tony and her must make a trip to Mecca and cite the sacred words or else Jeannie will lose her powers forever and go into limbo.
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    Greatest Invention in the World

    Roger convinces Tony to let Jeannie grant him a wish. Roger accidentally wishes that he hadn't dropped coffee on Tony when he accidentally does. The result is a fabric that cannot be burned, stained, or cut. Dr. Bellows witnesses the impossible destruction of the fabric and attempts to find out how Tony had concocted this great invention.
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    A Secretary is Not a Toy

    Jeannie becomes General Peterson's secretary in hopes of convincing him to help get Tony promoted. However, complications arise when Jeannie is suspected of being a spy due to her not passing a security check.
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    What House Across the Street?

    Jeannie continues to bring up the idea of marriage to Tony, who still refuses to marry her. She asks her mother for advice and together they come up with a plan to make Tony jealous: accept Roger Healey's marriage proposal. To make her background look legitimate, Jeannie blinks a fine house onto a vacant lot across the street from Tony's house, along with a set of phony, rich parents.
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    Joseph L. Scanlan

    Joseph L. Scanlan is an American television director. He was nominated for a Gemini Award for Best Direction in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series (The Outer Limits) in 1995. He directed "The Big Goodbye" (Star Trek: The Next Generation) which won a Peabody award in 1987.
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    One of Our Hotels is Growing

    Jeannie, Tony, Roger and the Bellows' go on vacation only to find there are no rooms available in the hotel they wish to stay in. Jeannie then proceeds to blink on a 13th floor.
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    Sidney Sheldon

    Sidney Sheldon (February 11, 1917 – January 30, 2007) was an Academy Award-winning American writer. His TV works spanned a 20-year period during which he created The Patty Duke Show (1963–66), I Dream of Jeannie (1965–70) and Hart to Hart (1979–84), but he became most famous after he turned 50 and began writing best-selling novels such as Master of the Game (1982), The Other Side of Midnight (1973) and Rage of Angels (1980). He is the seventh best selling writer of all time. Sheldon was born Sidney Schechtel in Chicago, Illinois. His parents, of Russian Jewish ancestry, were Ascher "Otto" Schechtel (1894–1967), manager of a jewelry store, and Natalie Marcus. At 10, Sidney made his first sale, $5 for a poem. During the Depression, he worked at a variety of jobs, and after graduating from Denver East High School, he attended Northwestern University and contributed short plays to drama groups. He is the author of 18 novels which have sold over 300 million copies In 1937 Sheldon moved to Hollywood, California, where he reviewed scripts and collaborated on a number of B movies. Sheldon enlisted in the military during World War II as a pilot in the War Training Service, a branch of the
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    The Marriage Caper

    General Stone is leaving the U.S. Air Force to accept an ambassadorship overseas. He offers Tony the opportunity to come along and be his Military Attache. General Stone's daughter, Melissa, who is also Tony's fiancee, urges Tony to accept the prestigious position and move up their wedding date.
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    There Goes the Best Genie I Ever Had

    Tony begins to regret picking up Jeannie's bottle on the beach when he can't even make a simple date without her interfering. When he finds out that it's Haji's birthday, which means he can send her away forever, he decides that he's going to do it.
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    81

    Alfred Bellows

    Dr. Alfred Bellows is a fictional character in the American 1960s TV series "I Dream of Jeannie", portrayed by actor Hayden Rorke.
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    Jeannie and the Wild Pipchicks

    Jeannie gives Tony a mysterious candy from her mother called ""Pipchicks"". When it is discovered that the Pipchicks make Tony stronger, Tony tries to keep them a secret, but soon enough Dr. Bellows eats one and finds out their potential and insists that Tony make another batch for other astronauts. When Jeannie's mother gives Tony the receipe though, those pipchicks dont allow for strength but they allow the person to act out their inner fantasies and so the General, Dr. Bellows, and anyone else who has tried them go crazy and this causes havoc on the base.
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    My Master, the Great Caruso

    General Peterson hears about Tony's great voice and enters him in a talent show. The voice is actually Enrico Caruso's given to him by Jeannie. Tony had made her take it back, but he has to go through the talent show without his Caruso voice because he had made Jeannie promise not to give it to him. While he tries to sing, Roger saves Tony by reminding Jeannie that she can give Tony any other voice except Caruso's.
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    Tony Nelson

    Major Tony Nelson is a fictional character on the 1960s American TV series "I Dream of Jeannie", portrayed byactor Larry Hagman.
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    88

    My Master, the Author

    Jeannie wishes to write a book about child care. After getting Tony's permission, she writes one, sends it to a publisher, and the book becomes a best seller. However, Jeannie had put Tony's name as the author which was a big mistake because Tony could be kicked out of NASA for not getting permission to write a book. Dr. Bellows puts Tony through a test by making him babysit his prank-loving nephew. While babysitting, General Peterson drops by and asks him to babysit his quiet niece. Tony passes his test (without the help of Jeannie) when the General and Dr. Bellows find the nephew acting like a gentleman and the niece talking.
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    The World's Greatest Lover

    Feeling sorry for Roger because no woman will go on a date with him,Jeannie arranges for every woman to fall instantly in love with him,at first sight,including his secretary,who happens to be a mobsters girlfriend,and Mrs.Bellows.
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    I Dream of Jeannie: 15 Years Later

    I Dream of Jeannie: 15 Years Later

    I Dream of Jeannie: 15 Years Later is a made-for-television reunion film based on the 1965-70 series I Dream of Jeannie which aired on NBC on October 20, 1985 and produced by Columbia Pictures Television. Barbara Eden re-created her world-famous role as the magical Jeannie. Also reprising their roles from the original series were Bill Daily as Tony's fellow astronaut and best friend Roger Healy, and Hayden Rorke as NASA psychiatrist Dr. Alfred Bellows. The role of Tony Nelson was played by Wayne Rogers, best known for his role as Trapper John McIntyre on the 1970s series M*A*S*H. Larry Hagman was unavailable to reprise his role as Tony Nelson reportedly because he was busy filming his CBS series Dallas at the time. The film was directed by William Asher (who was also director of the 1960s show Bewitched) and the teleplay was written by Irma Kalish. It was filmed at The Burbank Studios in Burbank, California from April 24, 1985 to May 1985. Jeannie has been a happily married housewife for 15 years to her astronaut husband Tony Nelson and has a teenage son, T.J. When Tony is promoted to Colonel and is about to retire from the NASA space program, Jeannie decides to give him a
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    I'll Never Forget What's Her Name

    Tony suffers amnesia from a vase falling on his head, and, seeing Jeannie, instantly falls in love with her. He declares his love and insists they get married. Jeannie, confused but excited, is ready to go through with it, despite Roger's objections. Jeannie prepares for her wedding, only to be diappointed in the end...
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    93

    John Tiffen Patterson

    John Tiffin Patterson (April 4, 1940 – February 7, 2005) was a television and film director. He is notable as the director of thirteen episodes of The Sopranos, including the first five season finales. Patterson was born in Cooperstown, New York. John Patterson joined the United States Air Force after a few semesters at Williams College and flew for the Strategic Air Command. He resumed his college studies while a reservist and graduated from the University at Buffalo. He then earned a master's degree at Stanford University in 1970, where he was a classmate of Sopranos showrunner David Chase. He was nominated for the Emmy award in 2002 and 2003 for his work on The Sopranos and won The Directors Guild of America award for the show in 2002. As a director, Patterson directed for a number of television studios, including HBO and CBS. He directed episodes of The Sopranos, Providence, The Practice, Carnivàle, Family Law, Six Feet Under, CSI, CHiPs, Magnum P.I., Hill Street Blues, The Guardian, and the pilot episode of Law & Order. He also directed television movies, including A Deadly Silence (1989) and Seduced By Madness (1996). He was married to Casey Kelley, but they later divorced;
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    Larry Hagman

    Larry Hagman

    Larry Martin Hagman (born September 21, 1931) is an American film and television actor, producer and director most widely known for playing J.R. Ewing in the 1980s primetime television soap opera Dallas, which continued in a 2012 version of Dallas. He also played Major Anthony "Tony" Nelson in the 1960s sitcom I Dream of Jeannie. Hagman is the son of the late actress Mary Martin. Hagman was born in Fort Worth, Texas. His mother, Mary Martin, later became a Broadway actress and his father, Benjamin Jack Hagman, was a district attorney. His parents divorced in 1936 when he was five years old. He lived with his grandmother in Texas and California. His famous mother became a contract player with Paramount in 1938 and occasionally took him to her movies. In 1940 his mother met and married Richard Halliday and gave birth to a daughter, Heller, the following year. Hagman attended the strict Black-Foxe Military Institute (now closed). When his mother moved to New York City to continue her Broadway career, Hagman again lived with his grandmother in California. A couple of years later, his grandmother died and Hagman joined his mother in New York. At age 14 (in 1945) while attending boarding
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    Dr. Bellows Goes Sane

    Dr.Bellows has gathered what he believe's is a complete Dossier on Tony.He intends to present it to General Peterson.Tony knows that if General Peterson reads that Dossier,he Tony will be finished in the Space Program.So,he has Jeannie blink up a gust of wind to scatter Dr.Bellows papers so that they'd be lost.This would have worked except,shrewed Dr.Bellows had made copies earlier that he had already sent to General Peterson;which he is now reading in his office.
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    The Mod Party

    Jeannie and Tony get invited to Roger's ""Mod"" Party only to discover that Tony and Roger have a special NASA meeting that night instead. Roger and Tony then fool Dr. Bellows and give him a phony excuse so that they can go ahead as planned and have the party. Things dont turn out as planned though when Dr. Bellows and his wife make a surprise appearance at Roger's residence.
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    Claudio Guzmán

    Claudio Guzmán (born August 2, 1927 in Chillán, Chile; died July 12, 2008 in Los Angeles, California) was a Chilean-American television director, producer, art director, and production designer. He is perhaps best known for his work as director and producer of the television series I Dream of Jeannie. Guzmán was nominated for an Emmy Award for his art direction on the 1953-54 series Where's Raymond? (The Ray Bolger Show). He was also an art director at Desilu, on television shows such as Make Room for Daddy, The Real McCoys, and The Lucy Show. In addition to I Dream of Jeannie, Guzmán directed such programs as The Dick Van Dyke Show, The Patty Duke Show, The Fugitive, The Flying Nun, The Partridge Family, and Harper Valley P.T.A.. He was also an executive producer on the series Villa Alegre, for which he received two Daytime Emmy Award nominations.
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    Indispensable Jeannie

    To prepare for an upcoming mission, Dr. Bellows tests the compatibility of Tony and Roger for one week. If they get along, great; but if not, they'll be reassigned to different bases. Things don't go that well at first, but things go from bad to worse when Jeannie tries to help.
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    102

    The Case of My Vanishing Master, Part 1

    Tony is working on the plans for the Apollo space craft. However, Dr. Bellows informs him that because of a security leak he must be taken to a secure area until he is finished with his work. After Tony leaves, a double of his appears and is instructed by Dr. Bellows to go to Tony's house and act like him until he returns from his assignment. Unfortunately, like Dr. Bellows, the impostor knows nothing about Jeannie and soon he thinks he is losing his mind as Jeannie starts using her powers. Jeannie thinks that Tony is acting strangely and eventually the impostor proposes to her. The impostor then goes to Dr. Bellows and informs him of what's going on. Bellows decides that this is the perfect opportunity to finally find out what's really going on. In the meantime, Roger, who tries to keep the double from informing Doctor Bellows about Jeannie, accidentally finds out about the switch and now must find a way to not only to keep Jeannie's secret, but to keep the wedding from happeni
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    The Greatest Entertainer in the World

    Tony wants a famous star to be at a NASA event. He asks Sammy Davis Jr. but he already has other plans. Jeannie decides to step in and blinks herself into Sammy Davis Jr.'s hotel room. The star is stunned to see a harem girl in his room and when Jeannie blinks away, he is even more confused thinking that he has been working too hard and needs a vacation. Everything works out in the end when Sammy Davis Jr. performs at two places at once with Jeannie's magic.
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    104

    Djinn and Water

    One of Jeannie's great grandfathers (Bilejik) is summoned back by Jeannie in hopes of aiding Tony in making fresh water out of salt water.
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    105

    Jeannie's Beauty Cream

    Jeannie gives Amanda Bellows some face cream. Mrs.Bellows applies it to her face, and is transformed into a beautiful younger woman. She is unaware of her transformation. But, Roger notices her, and like the gigalo Astronant that he is, tries to make a date with her. Mrs.Bellows is flattered, but Roger is serious. As usual the problem's are resolved by both Tony, and Jeannie at the end, leaving both Mrs. and Dr. Bellows confused.
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    106

    My Master, Napoleon's Buddy

    Tony wishes to be able to talk to Napoleon for just an hour, so Jeannie sends them back in time. But Napoleon thinks that Tony is a spy and he plans to kill him. Tony has to figure out how to convince them that he isn't a spy.
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    107

    Permanent House Guest

    When Dr. Bellows makes a stop at Tony's house, he sees an elephant in Tony's bedroom. He then calls General Peterson and when they both go over there they see nothing and of course Bellows is made a fool yet again. Realizing this, the ever suspicious Dr. Bellows moves in with Tony in hopes of actually catching him in the act.
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    109

    I Dream of Jeannie

    I Dream of Jeannie is an American sitcom with a fantasy premise. The show starred Barbara Eden as a 2,000-year-old genie, and Larry Hagman as an astronaut who becomes her master, with whom she falls in love and eventually marries. Produced by Screen Gems, the show originally aired from September 1965 to May 1970 with new episodes, and through September 1970 with season repeats, on NBC. The show ran for five seasons and produced 139 episodes. The first season consisted of 30 episodes filmed in black and white. The series was created and produced by Sidney Sheldon in response to the great success of rival network ABC's Bewitched series, which had debuted in 1964 as the second most watched program in the United States. Sheldon, inspired by the movie The Brass Bottle, which had starred Tony Randall, Barbara Eden, and Burl Ives as the genie Fakrash, came up with the idea for a beautiful female genie. Both I Dream of Jeannie and Bewitched were Screen Gems productions. The show debuted at 8:00 pm (EDT), Saturday, September 18, 1965, on NBC. When casting was opened for the role of Jeannie, Sidney Sheldon could not find an actress who could play the role the way that he had written it. He
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    110

    Jeannie and the Curious Kid

    The Bellows' troublesome nephew stays at the Nelson house for a couple days and figures out the truth about Jeannie when he sees her smoke into her bottle.
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    112

    Jeannie, the Governor's Wife

    Jeannie tries to convince Tony to run for governor, not only because she feels that this will finally convince him to marry her, but because she has an honest face. Roger then decides to become Tony's campaign manager as well and he and Jeannie do everything he can to get elected. Just one problem though, Tony is still on active duty and can't run for governor or else he will be kicked out of the astronaut program.
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    My Master, the Rich Tycoon

    One morning while Tony is shaving there comes a knock at his door,and Jeannie hearing it answers dressed in ordinary clothes.A man enters identifying himself,as Harry Huggins.He's there to see Tony,of course,and Jeannie tell's him that she is Major Nelsons Housekeeping(he thought that she was his wife,but she is hopeful).Looking at Tony's furnitures he critices it as no taste,but Jeannie shows him some valuable items by blinking in Ming Vase,A Michaelangelo Statue,A Safe full of Money etc.She even blinks in various servants.By the time Tony comes out from the Bedroom,Jeannie has managed to convince Mr Huggins that Tony has indeed taste.However,Mr Huggins introduces himself as from The Internal Revenue service.Now Tony has some explaining to do
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    Tomorrow Is Not Another Day

    Its the 16th and no newspaper has arrived at the Nelson home. Seeing Jeannie upset Roger suggest that she blinks in a newspaper. She does, but being informed of the wrong date by Roger, gets the next day's paper.
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    Bill Daily

    Bill Daily (born August 30, 1927) is an American comedian and dramatic actor, and a veteran of many television sitcoms. He is best known for playing astronaut Roger Healey on I Dream of Jeannie and commercial airline navigator Howard Borden on The Bob Newhart Show. Daily's father died when Bill was very young, and he was raised by his mother and various other family members. In 1939, Daily and his family moved to Chicago, where he spent the rest of his youth. Upon leaving Lane Technical High School, Daily left home to try to carve out a life as a musician, playing bass with jazz bands in numerous clubs across the Midwest. Bill was drafted into the Army and served in Korea with an artillery unit, later being transferred to an entertainment unit. It was in his traveling-musician days that Daily found his true calling: comedy. He began to do stand-up in the same clubs he had once filled with music, and he soon moved up in the comedy ranks to the point where he was playing some of the bigger clubs in the country. After graduating from the Goodman Theatre School, Daily worked for the NBC television station in Chicago, WMAQ, as an announcer and floor manager. He eventually became a staff
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    Guess Who's Going to Be a Bride? Part 2

    Tony can hardly believe that Jeannie has left him. Roger on the other hand, tries to get Tony to look on the bright side; with Jeannie now out of his life he's a free man now. Thinking for a few second's Tony seem's to except this. However,from his expression, and the fact that he is looking around the house, he wishes she was still there. Dr. Bellows come's over to inform Tony that he has been dropped from the space program. Because of the misunderstanding, with the ambassador, Tony, as well as Roger (after all two heads are better than one) are assigned to another space station in Alaska. They are not to happy with the arrangements, but Tonys going to try making the best of things. While at about the same time in Basenji, Jeannie's Uncle Saleiman, is making arrangement's for possible suitor's for Jeannie.
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    Djinn, Djinn, the Pied Piper

    Djinn Djinn returns and immediately gets Tony in a sticky situation when General Schaffer invites Tony to bring the uniform hating dog to the park to help put Schaeffer's dog Jupiter through his paces. Upon seeing Jupiter, Djinn Djinn turns invisible and creates havoc and eventually get himself and Jupiter put into the pound. However, the fun really begins when Djinn Djinn leads a doggie breakout.
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    My Master, the Pirate

    when tony accidentally wishes he could meet a famous pirate jeannie sends him back in time to the ship and to make matters worse a woman being held captive on the ship is an ancestor of tony so he must save her or cease to exist
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    One of Our Bottles is Missing

    While Dr. Bellows and his wife, Amanda, make an unanounced visit at Tony's home, Amanda spots Jeannie's bottle and is taken by its pure beauty. She insists that she must have the bottle ... or at least a reasonable facsimilie. Jeannie, fearing her secret will be exposed as others handle the bottle, punishes Tony by making him sleep in a desk drawer while she sleeps in Tony's bed! Later, when the bottle is at the glass factory being copied, Jeannie hides inside her bottle. Dr. Bellows takes home the wrong bottle, and once Tony and Roger discover the mix-up, they go on a frantic search to retrieve Jeannie and the bottle at the Bellows' house. Even going so far as to break into the house while the owners are out for the evening. But the real problems begin when Dr. Bellows and Amanda come home early, while Tony and Roger are searching for the bottle. Roger is unable to offer an explanation, until he sees Tony ""asleep"" in an wingchair. Seems that Tony has recently acquired a ""sleepwalking
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    The Solid Gold Jeannie

    3 astronauts who have come back from the moon (one of them being Tony) have to stay in a decontamination chamber for 21 days. Jeannie blinks herself into the chamber to hug Tony goodbye only to find out that she cannot leave risking contamination of the outside world. She then blinks on a gold astronaut suit and shrinks herself to be one of the other astronaut's trophys in order to conceal herself.
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    I Still Dream of Jeannie

    I Still Dream of Jeannie

    I Still Dream of Jeannie is the second made-for-television reunion film based on the 1965-70 series I Dream of Jeannie which aired on NBC on October 20, 1991 and produced by Columbia Pictures Television. Barbara Eden and Bill Daily are the only two regular cast members of the original series to reprise their roles in this movie. Once again, Larry Hagman was unavailable to reprise his role of Tony Nelson since he had just completed a 13-year run on CBS' Dallas and was taking a vacation. Although the character Tony Nelson is mentioned throughout the film, he remains unseen. The film was directed by Joseph Scanlan and the teleplay was written by April Kelly. Colonel Tony Nelson is on a top-secret space mission for NASA and Jeannie does not know of his whereabouts or when he'll be returning home to hear their son Anthony Jr.'s academic presentation speech. When Jeannie goes to NASA to question General Wescott about her husband's mission, he refuses to cooperate. To make matters worse, her jealous and mischievous younger sister Jeannie II reminds Sham-Ir (the chief genie) that Jeannie cannot remain in the plane of reality for more than three months without an earthly master, and Tony
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    Abdullah

    Jeannie does her brother a favor by babysitting his son, her nephew Abdullah. However, the baby can't stop crying and the only one who can calm him down is Tony.
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    128

    My Master, the Great Rembrandt

    For NASA charity auction, Tony paints a copy of Rembrandt's famous 1658 self portrait. He uses his own signature to denote it was a copy and not the authentic article. Jeannie sees her master's work and decides he's quite a painter. Unbenownst to Tony, however, she blinks the original article (that was hanging in the Louvre in Paris) in place of the faux painting. Two art experts buy the painting for $300,000, and that's where the real problems start. Seems they're suspicious about the painting Tony had donated, since the Rembrant self-portrait bears quite a resemblance to the real thing! Of course, Tony is unable to explain what he believes happened, and Dr. Bellows gives him 24 hours to come up with a plausable explanation or face felony theft, forgery and grand larceny charges. While Dr. Bellows invites a world-renowned art expert to inspect the Rembrant painting, Tony demands that Jeannie fix the mess her mischief got him into. Jeannie decides to pose as the elderly art expert, who
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    129

    My Master, the Thief

    While on a trip to the museum, Jeannie spots a pair of antique slippers that she believes belonged to her over 2000 years past. She blinks them out of the glass case and on to her feet and Tony is left in trouble.
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    The Case of the Porcelain Puppy

    Jeannie; reading a genie's magazine; has found a new spell that turns ordinary objects into porcelain. this causes Dr. Bellows and his wife to think Tony is a real artist and Tony then asks jeannie to blink up amateur works of art in his garage. Things go wrong when Djinn Djinn the dog shows up and Jeannie accidentally turns him into porcelain and now she has to find a counter spell or risk losing her dog.
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    132

    Guess Who's Going to Be a Bride? Part 1

    While trying to decide what to get Tony for his fifth anniversary as Master, Jeannie's Uncle Ruler of a small middle-eastern country arrive's. Having abdacated the throne, he intends make Jeannie, the Queen, his successor. This gives Jeannie the answer as to what to give her Master for their anniversary present: a country. However, Jeannie's Uncle Suleiman wants to meet Tony, to see if he is worthy to become King. Meanwhile at NASA, Tony is having a meeting in General Schaefers office, with Dr. Bellows present. Tony is escort to a visiting Ambassador from a country in the Middle-East known as Kasha who's country has some very important mineral that the space program desperately needs.
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    134

    My Master, the Doctor

    When Tony mentions to Jeannie that his childhood dream was to become a surgeon, she blinks him right into the operating room where Roger is to have his appendix removed. Dr. Bellows notices that the ""new"" doctor (which he suspects is Tony) is somewhat strange, and eventually summons General Peterson to the operating room to bring up charges on Tony for medical inpersonation. However, as always, things do not turn out the way Dr. Bellows thought they would, as Jeannie blinked Tony from the operating room and replaced him with a doctor from ancient Carthage. Dr. Bellows is left to ponder how this happened to him... again.
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    135

    See You in C-U-B-A

    Jeannie blinks Tony off of a plane in order to plan for a party, but when she puts him back in it he mistakenly lands in Havana, Cuba instead of Puerto Rico thanks to Jeannie's guidance of the plane.
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    136

    My Hero?

    "My Hero?" is second episode of the first season of the American TV show "I Dream of Jeannie". It originally aired on Sept 25, 1965.
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    Who Needs a Green Eyed Jeannie?

    Jeannie catches Tony as he is about to meet old friend ""Charlie Suzy"". Jeannie suspecting that he might be going to see another woman locks him up all night in a cage. The next morning someone calling himself ""Charlie Suzy"" calls and an embarrassed Jeannie begs Tony for forgiveness. He goes out later that night to meet an old girlfriend named Joan, who happens to be married to a mobster, who just happens to have escaped prison and is now after his wife Joan to kill her.
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    Mrs. Djinn Djinn

    Roger spreads the word to everyone that Jeannie is expecting but all the while its a misunderstanding and the only one that is expecting is Mrs. Djinn Djinn (the dog).
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    Al Waxman

    Al Waxman

    Albert Samuel Waxman, CM OOnt (March 2, 1935 – January 18, 2001) was a Canadian actor and director of over 1000 productions on radio, television, film, and stage. He is best known for his starring roles in the television series King of Kensington (CBC) and Cagney & Lacey (CBS). Waxman was born in Toronto to Jewish immigrants from Poland. His parents operated and owned Melinda Lunch, a small restaurant. His father, Aaron Waxman, died when Al was nine. Waxman's career began at the age of twelve on CBC radio but it was not until 1975, when he began playing the role of Larry King on CBC's King of Kensington (1975–1980), that he became a Canadian icon. In the 1980 award winning film Atlantic City starring Burt Lancaster, Waxman appeared as a rich cocaine buyer with a seemingly endless amount of cash. During the 1980s Waxman starred as the gruff but endearing Lt. Bert Samuels in the highly successful CBS television drama Cagney & Lacey (1982–1988). In 1986 Al and Anita Waxman were associate producers of the first London revival of Irving Berlin's musical Annie Get Your Gun, starring Suzi Quatro as Annie Oakley and Eric Flynn as Frank Butler. During the 1990s Waxman appeared in a variety
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    Help, Help, a Shark

    Tony causes general Schaeffer to lose an important pool match and breaking his hand later on so it seems he can't play in a rematch. Tony then must play for him with the aid of Jeannie.
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    142

    Uncles a Go-Go

    It is figured out that in order for Jeannie to be married, one of her uncles must approve of the husband to be. Two uncles end up showing; Vasmir and Azmir; and causing a whole heap of trouble for Tony.
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    Ride 'Em Astronaut

    When Jeannie becomes the 1,000,000th customer at the local supermarket, she wins several prizes including the right to become queen of the Cocoa Beach rodeo. Now Tony must enter the rodeo to keep an amorous cowboy from winning and staking his claim on Jeannie.
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    Never Try to Outsmart a Jeannie

    Tony has to go on a three-week trip to Rome (which involves an ocean cruise to Europe) for business. Jeannie begs her master to let her come along, but Tony knows she'll only be in the way and orders her to stay home. Jeannie (certain that not only will danger befall Tony, but he'll meet and marry a beautiful woman he meets on the cruise) tries every trick to change Tony's plans. When the captain catches on (rather quickly, mind you), he decides to let her come along ... under the following condition: That she can come in her human form only if she can legally obtain a passport without using her magic. Of course, she can't get the needed passport, but doesn't find this out until she nearly gets another woman in serious trouble.
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    Eternally Yours, Jeannie

    An old high school sweethart of Tony's sends him a letter saying she will visit him in the upcoming day. Jeannie becomes jealous and poses as her to fool Tony.
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    Jeannie for the Defense

    Tony,and Roger are driving through a small town when they accidently bump into the car in front of them.They barely touch the car when the husband,seeing an opportunity in cash in on a city fellow falls out of the faking in pain.His wife plays along,and Tony is arrested,(not for hitting the man)but sensing that a scam is about to take place tries to leave.He tells Roger to call Dr.Bellows,to explain the situation,and perhaps with some clout he could help.But Tony does not want Roger to contact Jeannie(for fear that she would help...get him worse trouble).Roger contacts Dr.Bellows,and had explained the attemped insurance fraud.Dr.Bellows promises he'll be there.Jeannie eventuaaly does find out,and springs Tony,along with a jailhouse wino.Tony orders her to put he,and the wino back.He intends to fight to prove his innocence in court.Will Jeannie do as her Master says,and let fight this injust on his own?Or will Tony who stands a chance to lose(especilly when the accusers,the lawyer,and t
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    The Case of My Vanishing Master, Part 2

    Roger manages to arrive in time not only to stop the wedding, but he manages to convince Jeannie that the Tony she was about to manage was an impostor. Later, Tony comes home and is subjected to torture from Jeannie, who thinks that he is the impostor. Tony eventually convinces her that he is the real one and as he is about to go tell the impostor that the assignment is over when he finds out that the phony Tony is working as a double agent for a foreign power. Doctor Bellows and Roger then arrive and have a hard time trying to decide which one is the real Tony, until Jeannie causes the impostor's false teeth to fall out.
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    There Goes the Bride

    Jeannie is so determined to marry Tony,that she decides to use an ancient love spell,which consist of obtaining three personal items from the love; a lock of hair,a piece of fingernail,and a piece of clothing.She then recites the incantation,filling in her name,and the name of the love.Haji,the Master of all of the Genies finds out,and is very displeased.He warns Jeannie to remove the spell,but she refuses,and as a result her powers goes haywire.Tony trips,and falls;he breaks his wrist,and ankle,and developes acute appendicitice.When Jeannie realises that it is because of the spell that she put Tony under that she is losing her power.To cure Tony of his injuries,she must reverse the spell.She does,and though Tony is healed Jeannie still tries to marry him with preacher,but Tony will have none of it now that he is no longer under any spell.
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    How Lucky Can You Get?

    Following Tony and Roger's promotion to major, the general sends them to Reno, Nevada to relax a few days before going to a base there. Meanwhile, all thats on Roger's mind is gambling in the casinos. Although Tony says Jeannie can't go, Roger's greed gets the better of him and he sneaks Jeannie into his bag in hopes of increasing his odds in the casino.
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    My Master The Magician

    When Dr. Bellows spots Tony floating in his chair in his living room, he has no choice but to explain it by saying he is an amateur magician and that was one of his tricks. Dr. Bellows then insists that Tony put on a magic show at NASA to prove his claim.
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    Barton MacLane

    Barton MacLane

    Barton MacLane (December 25, 1902 – January 1, 1969) was an American actor, playwright, and screenwriter. Although he appeared in many classic films from the 1930s through the 1960s, he was known for his role as Gen. Martin Peterson on the 1960s television comedy series I Dream of Jeannie. MacLane was born in Columbia, South Carolina, and attended Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut, where he excelled at American football. His first movie role, in The Quarterback (1926), was a result of his ability. He then attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. He made his Broadway stage debut in 1927, playing the assistant district attorney in Bayard Veiller's The Trial of Mary Dugan. He then performed in the 1928 Broadway production of Gods of the Lighting and was part of the original cast of Subway Express as Officer Mulvaney in 1929. He also appeared in the Marx Brothers' 1929 film debut The Cocoanuts. MacLane made his first credited film appearance in the 1931 romantic drama His Woman. The following year, he wrote the play Rendezvous, which he sold to Arthur Hopkins. The play was performed on Broadway, with MacLane in a featured role. The success of Rendezvous landed
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    Djinn, Djinn, Go Home

    A strange dog shows up on Tony's doorstep and immediately turns invisible starts attacking Tony. Jeannie arrives and saves the day and informs Tony that it her dog Djinn Djinn, who she hasn't seen in 2000 years.
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    G.I. Jeannie

    Jeannie joins the WAAF's in hopes of becoming Tony's secretary, but things dont turn out as planned.
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    Hurricane Jeannie

    A hurricane traps Tony, Jeannie, Roger and Dr. Bellows overnight in the Nelson's house. Tony dreams Dr. Bellows figures out the real truth about Jeannie and her powers.
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    Is There an Extra Genie in the House?

    Roger has run Jeannie ragged with his whims. But angering Tony (because he exhauses Jeannie) is the least of his concerns. Seems one night he's kept Dr. Bellows' niece out on a hot date until the wee morning hours, making his superior officer really upset.
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    My Master, the Chili King

    In this final episode of I Dream of Jeannie, Tony's cousin comes to visit and convinces Jeannie to put Tony's face on cans of chili and market them so they can supposedly become rich. The product is called "Cousin Tony's Texas Chili."
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    The Blood of a Jeannie

    When it's discovered that Jeannie has green corpuscles instead of red ones (or so she thinks), Tony tells her to find a substitute for the blood test to get their certificate of perfect health in order to go ahead with their marriage.
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    The Lady In The Bottle

    "The Lady in the Bottle" is the pilot for I Dream of Jeannie that was picked by NBC for its Fall 1965 schedule. The episode first aired on September 18, 1965. It wouldn't air again until the fall of 1970, when the series went into syndication. Capt. Anthony Nelson (Larry Hagman) is on a rocket, on a space mission. When his final stage misfires, his one-man capsule, Stardust One, in unable to maintain orbit and he has to make an emergency landing on a desert island in the South Pacific. There, while gathering items on the beach to form a giant "S.O.S." in the sand, he finds an old bottle that seems to move. When he opens it, smoke pours out, and a 2000-year-old beautiful blonde-haired girl named Jeannie (Barbara Eden) appears, dressed in "harem" clothing and speaking in Persian {in the unaired version of the episode, her first words to him are translated on screen as,"Your wish is my command, Master"}, and gratefully kisses him. Tony, shocked at first, realizes she's a genie, and that she can get him off the island. However, the language barrier between them is such that he can't get Jeannie to understand what a helicopter is, "blinking" up a falcon and an ancient galley ship
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    The Yacht Murder Case

    Onboard a yacht for an important meeting, Tony is followed by Jeannie. With witnesses around Tony argues with Jeannie and tells her to go home. When she does dissappear, they think Tony has killed her (since she cant be found) and put him in jail.
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    U-F-Oh Jeannie

    While Tony and Roger testing a top secret flying saucer like craft for NASA, Jeannie pops on board and her extra weight causes them to go off course. The two land in the middle of hillbilly country and are mistaken for Martians by a family who plans on turning them in for a reward.
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    What's New, Poodle Dog?

    Roger sets Tony with a girl which Jeannie is not pleased to hear. She blinks Roger into a poodle so that he could not tell Tony about the date which was scheduled to be that night. Roger gets captured and taken to a dog pound. Tony finds out what Jeannie had done, goes to the dog pound, and buys a Great Dane thinking that its Roger. He goes back to the dog pound when he found out that he had gotten the wrong dog and sees Roger who has already been purchased by a little boy. Tony pays the boy's father $400 for Roger and Jeannie turns him back to a human. In the end, Tony and Roger go on their dates but not before Jeannie turns the two girls into dogs.
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