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Durch Zufall wird Astronaut Tony Nelson Meister eines Flaschengeistes, der ihm in Gestalt der attraktiven Blondine Jeannie jeden Wunsch erfüllt. Da Jeannie aber etwas ungeschickt zu Werke geht, muss Nelson manch verunglückten Wunsch wieder. Bezaubernde Jeannie (im Original: I Dream of Jeannie) ist eine US-​amerikanische Fernsehserie, die auf NBC vom 8. September bis zum Mai mit. Bezaubernde Jeannie: Astronaut Tony Nelson (Larry Hagman) findet nach einer missglückten Landung auf einer einsamen Insel eine geheimnisvolle Flasche. Kurzbeschreibung. Bezaubernde Jeannie - Die komplette Season Five - 4 DVDs. Erleben Sie, wie Jeannie (Barbara Eden) und ihr Meister Tony (Larry Hagman). Barbara Eden und Larry Hagman spielen in dieser klassischen 60er-Jahre-​Komödie über einen Geist und seinen Meister die Hauptrolle. Als der Astronaut Tony.

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Sony. Wir kennen sie alle – die kultige Serie um den bezaubernden blonden Flaschengeist Jeannie, die Ende der er Jahre die Herzen. Durch Zufall wird Astronaut Tony Nelson Meister eines Flaschengeistes, der ihm in Gestalt der attraktiven Blondine Jeannie jeden Wunsch erfüllt. Da Jeannie aber etwas ungeschickt zu Werke geht, muss Nelson manch verunglückten Wunsch wieder. Kurzbeschreibung. Bezaubernde Jeannie - Die komplette Season Five - 4 DVDs. Erleben Sie, wie Jeannie (Barbara Eden) und ihr Meister Tony (Larry Hagman).

Subscribe on Apple Podcasts , Spotify , and wherever you get your podcasts! Title: I Dream of Jeannie — A witch married to an ordinary man cannot resist using her magic powers to solve the problems her family faces.

A family of friendly monsters have misadventures, never quite understanding why people react to them so strangely.

A nouveau riche hillbilly family moves to Beverly Hills and shakes up the privileged society with their hayseed ways.

A wacky alien comes to Earth to study its residents and the life of the human woman he boards with is never the same.

The Cunningham family live through the s with help and guidance from the lovable and almost superhuman greaser, Fonzie.

A New York City attorney and his wife attempt to live as genteel farmers in the bizarre community of Hooterville. Captain Tony Nelson is an astronaut.

While on a mission, he discovered a mysterious bottle. Opening it, he released Jeannie a Genie who was so overjoyed at her release she promised to serve Captain Nelson.

Nelson is unsure what to make of Jeannie, especially given that his work is highly secret and his superiors tend to keep a close eye on him.

That is, they were all fantasies and had very loony premises. In all three cases, a new kind of person enters the scene and upsets the status quo.

In Jeannie's case, when Maj. Nelson brings her home, she turns Cocoa Beach, Florida, upside down. The whole city goes from being a drab, old-order bastion, to a wacky, hippie-like enclave.

In that sense, Jeannie's colorful outfit is a great contrast to Maj. Nelson's monochromatic uniform.

On a given episode, Maj. Nelson can expect Jeannie to do something like put an elephant in his house or repaint his office like an Arabian palace.

Her antics always catch the attention of psychiatrist Dr. Bellows, who reports it to the general. But, as is always the case in silly comedy, she fixes it before Dr.

Bellows can show the general, and Dr. Bellows ends up looking like an imbecile. Nelson's hopeless romantic friend, Maj. Healey, hilariously has the worst luck of all.

Every time he asks Jeannie for help, it always gets him in trouble. One of the funniest aspects of this show is the fact that even people who do not know that Jeannie exists get affected by her magic.

Bellows suffer the most, but even guest characters see their lives turned crazy when some misused magic messes something up.

So that's "IDOJ. One thing that would have been really neat would have been if Jeannie and Samantha "Bewitched" could have teamed up.

Knowing what each woman did individually, just imagine what they could have done if they had combined their magic!

In conclusion, I will always dream of Jeannie. Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends.

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Creator: Sidney Sheldon. Available on Amazon. In the pilot episode, " The Lady in the Bottle ", astronaut Captain Tony Nelson, United States Air Force , is on a space flight when his one-man capsule Stardust One comes down far from the planned recovery area, near a deserted island in the South Pacific.

On the beach, Tony notices a strange bottle that rolls by itself. When he rubs it after removing the stopper, smoke starts shooting out and a Persian-speaking female genie materializes and kisses Tony on the lips, shocking him.

They cannot understand each other until Tony expresses his wish that Jeannie a homophone of genie could speak English, which she then does.

Then, per his instructions, she "blinks" and causes a recovery helicopter to show up to rescue Tony, who is so grateful, he tells her she is free, but Jeannie, who has fallen in love with Tony at first sight after being trapped for 2, years, re-enters her bottle and rolls it into Tony's duffel bag so she can accompany him back home.

One of the first things Jeannie does, in a subsequent episode, is break up Tony's engagement to his commanding general's daughter, Melissa, who, along with that particular general, is never seen or mentioned again.

This event reflects producer Sidney Sheldon's decision that the engagement depicted in the pilot episode would not be part of the series continuity; he realized the romantic triangle he created between Jeannie, Tony, and Melissa would not pan out in the long run.

Tony at first keeps Jeannie in her bottle most of the time, but he finally relents and allows her to enjoy a life of her own.

However, her life is devoted mostly to his, and most of their problems stem from her love and affection towards Tony, and her desire to please him and fulfill her ancient heritage as a genie, especially when he does not want her to do so.

His efforts to cover up Jeannie's antics, because of his fear that he would be dismissed from the space program if her existence were known, brings him to the attention of NASA 's resident psychiatrist , U.

Air Force Colonel Dr. Alfred Bellows. In a running gag , Dr. Bellows tries over and over to prove to his superiors that Tony is either crazy or hiding something, but he is always foiled " He's done it to me again!

A frequently used plot device is that Jeannie loses her powers when she is confined in a closed space.

She is unable to leave her bottle when it is corked, and under certain circumstances, the person who removed the cork would become her new master.

A multiple-episode story arc involves Jeannie in miniature becoming trapped in a safe when it is accidentally locked.

Tony's best friend and fellow astronaut, United States Army Corps of Engineers Captain Roger Healey, does not know about Jeannie for several episodes; when he finds out in the episode "The Richest Astronaut in the Whole Wide World" [January 15, ] , he steals her so he can live in luxury, but not for long before Tony reclaims his status as Jeannie's master.

Roger is often shown as girl-crazy or scheming to make a quick buck. He occasionally has hopes to claim Jeannie so he can use her to live a princely life or gain beautiful girlfriends, but overall he is respectful that Tony is Jeannie's master, and later her husband.

Both Tony and Roger are promoted to the rank of major late in the first season. In later seasons, Roger's role is retconned to portray him knowing about Jeannie from the beginning i.

Jeannie's evil fraternal twin sister, mentioned in a second-season episode also named Jeannie — since, as Barbara Eden's character explains it, all female genies are named Jeannie — and also portrayed by Barbara Eden, in a brunette wig , proves to have a mean streak starting in the third season demonstrated in her initial appearance in "Jeannie or the Tiger?

Her final attempt in the series comes shortly after Tony and Jeannie are married, with a ploy involving a man played by Barbara Eden's real-life husband at the time, Michael Ansara in a kind of in-joke, while Jeannie's sister pretends to be attracted to him, she privately scoffs at him.

The evil sister wears a green costume, with a skirt rather than pantaloons. Early in the fifth season September 30, , Jeannie is called upon by her uncle Sully Jackie Coogan to become queen of their family's native country, Basenji.

Tony inadvertently gives grave offense to Basenji national pride in their feud with neighboring Kasja. After Sully puts Tony through an ordeal of nearly killing the ambassador, Tony responds in a fit of anger that he is fed up with Sully and his cohorts and he would not marry Jeannie if she were "the last genie on earth".

Hearing this, Jeannie bitterly leaves Tony and returns to Basenji. With Jeannie gone, Tony realizes how deeply he loves her.

That outweighs all concerns he has had about Jeannie's threat to his career. He flies to Basenji to win Jeannie back. This changed the show's premise in that instead of the avoidance of Jeannie's exposure, it was to hide her magical abilities.

This is contrary to the mythology created by Sidney Sheldon's own season-two script for "The Birds and Bees Bit", in which it was claimed that, upon marriage, a genie loses all of her magical powers.

After the death of Bill Daily on September 4, , Barbara Eden became the last surviving main cast member of this show. 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 as the second-most watched program in the United States.

When casting was opened for the role of Jeannie, producer Sidney Sheldon could not find an actress who could play the role the way that he had written it.

He did have one specific rule: He did not want a blonde genie, because the similarity with the blonde witch on Bewitched would be too much.

However, after many unsuccessful auditions, he called Barbara Eden's agent. When NBC began broadcasting most of its prime-time television programs in color in the fall of , Jeannie was one of two regular programs on NBC that remained in black and white, in this case, because of the special photographic effects employed to achieve Jeannie's magic.

By the second season, however, further work had been done on techniques to create the visual effects in color, necessary because by all prime-time series in the United States were being made in color.

According to Dreaming of Jeannie , a book by Stephen Cox and Howard Frank, Sheldon originally wanted to film season one in color, but NBC did not want to pay for the extra expenses, as the network and Screen Gems believed the series would not make it to a second season.

The first few episodes after the pilot episodes two through eight used a nonanimated, expository opening narrated by Paul Frees ; the narration mentions that Nelson lived in "a mythical town" named Cocoa Beach in "a mythical state called Florida".

The remaining episodes of that first season featured an animated sequence that was redone and expanded in season two, when the show switched from black and white to color.

This new sequence, used in seasons 2—5, featured a retelling of the initial meeting in the pilot episode, with Captain Nelson's space capsule splashing down on the beach, and Jeannie dancing out of her bottle modified to reflect its new decoration and then kissing Nelson before the bottle sucks her back in at the end.

Both original versions of the show's animated opening sequence were done by animator Friz Freleng.

Although the series was set in and around Cape Kennedy, Florida , and Major Nelson lived at Palm Drive [3] [4] in nearby Cocoa Beach , locales in California were used in place of those in Florida.

Wilson in Dennis the Menace was filmed at the Warner Bros. Ranch , in Burbank on Blondie Street. Many exteriors were filmed at this facility.

The cast and crew only made two visits to Florida's Space Coast , both in They had dinner at Bernard's Surf, where Eden was given the state of Florida's Commodore Award for outstanding acting.

Later, the entourage went to Lee Caron's Carnival Club, where Eden was showered with gifts and kissed astronaut Buzz Aldrin on the cheek, just two weeks before the Apollo 11 launch.

The cast and crew returned on November 25, , for three days for a mock wedding of Eden and Hagman staged for television writers from around the nation timed to the airing of the nuptials episode on December 2 at the Patrick Air Force Base Officers Club.

Kirk, Jr. On September 15, , the area held a "We Dream of Jeannie" festival, including a Jeannie lookalike contest. Plans for one in were interrupted by Hurricane Frances and Hurricane Jeanne.

However, a Jeannie lookalike contest was held in , with Bill Daily attending. In the first season, Jeannie clearly was originally a human who was turned into a genie by as later revealed [Season 1, Episode 2: My Hero?

Several members of Jeannie's family, including her parents, are rather eccentric, but none is a genie. Her mother describes the family as "just peasants from the old country" Season 1, Episode 14, What House Across the Street?

The topic of Jeannie originally being human is restated in season two during the episode "How to be a Genie in 10 Easy Lessons".

Jeannie mentions that she has a sister who is a genie, but the phrasing — "she was a genie when I left Baghdad" — does bring up the question of whether she, too, was born a genie.

One minor subplot that lasted over multiple episodes was when Jeanie was born. In season 1, episode 5 "G. Jeannie" , while applying for recruitment into the Air Force, Jeannie clearly states her birthday as July 1, 21 B.

In the third season, this continuity was changed retroactively and Jeannie was assumed to have always been a genie.

All her relatives are then also genies, including, by the fourth season, her mother also played by Barbara Eden beginning in Season 4, Episode 2 Jeannie and the Wild Pipchicks.

This may have been done to increase the similarity with Bewitched , or simply to increase the number of possible plotlines.

Whatever the reason, this new concept was retained for the rest of the series. The television film I Dream of Jeannie Fifteen Years Later reiterates most of Jeannie's first-season origin when she tells her son, Tony Jr.

No specific statement is given, however, about whether he turned her into a genie at that time or if she had been born one.

In a paperback novel I Dream of Jeannie , by Al Hine , writing pseudonymously as "Dennis Brewster", published by Pocket Books , very loosely based on the series, Jeannie in the book, her real name is revealed as "Fawzia" and her immediate family were established in the story as genies living in Tehran hundreds of years before Tony found her bottle on an island in the Persian Gulf instead of the South Pacific , as depicted on TV.

The first-season theme music was an instrumental jazz waltz written by Richard Wess. Eventually, Sidney Sheldon became dissatisfied with Wess's theme and musical score.

Episodes 20 and 25 used a rerecorded ending of "Jeannie" for the closing credits with new, longer drum breaks and a different closing riff.

The lyrics were never used in the show. Songwriters Gerry Goffin and Carole King wrote a theme, called "Jeannie", for Sidney Sheldon before the series started, but it was not used.

In the third and fourth seasons of the show, another instrumental theme by Hugo Montenegro was introduced that was played during the show's campy scenes.

Simply titled "Mischief", the theme was heard mainly on outdoor locations, showing the characters attempting to do something such as Jeannie learning to drive, Major Nelson arriving up the driveway, a monkey walking around, or reactions to Doctor Bellows.

This theme featured the accompaniment of a sideshow organ , a trombone , and electric bass. It was introduced in the first episode of season 3, "Fly Me to the Moon".

Pop Chart and was rereleased the following year with other variations of Tom's Diner, one of which was used by Nick-at-Nite for promos of its I Dream Of Jeannie reruns.

Jeannie's iconic bottle was not created for the show. The actual bottle was a special Christmas Jim Beam liquor decanter containing "Beam's Choice" bourbon whiskey.

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Subscribe on Apple Podcasts , Spotify , and wherever you get your podcasts! Title: I Dream of Jeannie — A witch married to an ordinary man cannot resist using her magic powers to solve the problems her family faces.

A family of friendly monsters have misadventures, never quite understanding why people react to them so strangely.

A nouveau riche hillbilly family moves to Beverly Hills and shakes up the privileged society with their hayseed ways. A wacky alien comes to Earth to study its residents and the life of the human woman he boards with is never the same.

The Cunningham family live through the s with help and guidance from the lovable and almost superhuman greaser, Fonzie.

A New York City attorney and his wife attempt to live as genteel farmers in the bizarre community of Hooterville.

Captain Tony Nelson is an astronaut. While on a mission, he discovered a mysterious bottle. Opening it, he released Jeannie a Genie who was so overjoyed at her release she promised to serve Captain Nelson.

Nelson is unsure what to make of Jeannie, especially given that his work is highly secret and his superiors tend to keep a close eye on him.

That is, they were all fantasies and had very loony premises. In all three cases, a new kind of person enters the scene and upsets the status quo.

In Jeannie's case, when Maj. Nelson brings her home, she turns Cocoa Beach, Florida, upside down.

The whole city goes from being a drab, old-order bastion, to a wacky, hippie-like enclave. In that sense, Jeannie's colorful outfit is a great contrast to Maj.

Nelson's monochromatic uniform. On a given episode, Maj. Nelson can expect Jeannie to do something like put an elephant in his house or repaint his office like an Arabian palace.

Her antics always catch the attention of psychiatrist Dr. Bellows, who reports it to the general. But, as is always the case in silly comedy, she fixes it before Dr.

Bellows can show the general, and Dr. Bellows ends up looking like an imbecile. Nelson's hopeless romantic friend, Maj.

Healey, hilariously has the worst luck of all. Every time he asks Jeannie for help, it always gets him in trouble.

One of the funniest aspects of this show is the fact that even people who do not know that Jeannie exists get affected by her magic. Bellows suffer the most, but even guest characters see their lives turned crazy when some misused magic messes something up.

So that's "IDOJ. One thing that would have been really neat would have been if Jeannie and Samantha "Bewitched" could have teamed up.

Knowing what each woman did individually, just imagine what they could have done if they had combined their magic!

In conclusion, I will always dream of Jeannie. Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Full Cast and Crew.

Release Dates. Official Sites. Company Credits. Technical Specs. Episode List. Plot Summary. Plot Keywords.

Parents Guide. External Sites. User Reviews. User Ratings. External Reviews. Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery.

Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. Episode Guide. A United States astronaut finds his life vastly complicated when he stumbles on to a bottle containing a female genie.

Her mother describes the family as "just peasants from the old country" Season 1, Episode 14, What House Across the Street?

The topic of Jeannie originally being human is restated in season two during the episode "How to be a Genie in 10 Easy Lessons".

Jeannie mentions that she has a sister who is a genie, but the phrasing — "she was a genie when I left Baghdad" — does bring up the question of whether she, too, was born a genie.

One minor subplot that lasted over multiple episodes was when Jeanie was born. In season 1, episode 5 "G. Jeannie" , while applying for recruitment into the Air Force, Jeannie clearly states her birthday as July 1, 21 B.

In the third season, this continuity was changed retroactively and Jeannie was assumed to have always been a genie.

All her relatives are then also genies, including, by the fourth season, her mother also played by Barbara Eden beginning in Season 4, Episode 2 Jeannie and the Wild Pipchicks.

This may have been done to increase the similarity with Bewitched , or simply to increase the number of possible plotlines.

Whatever the reason, this new concept was retained for the rest of the series. The television film I Dream of Jeannie Fifteen Years Later reiterates most of Jeannie's first-season origin when she tells her son, Tony Jr.

No specific statement is given, however, about whether he turned her into a genie at that time or if she had been born one.

In a paperback novel I Dream of Jeannie , by Al Hine , writing pseudonymously as "Dennis Brewster", published by Pocket Books , very loosely based on the series, Jeannie in the book, her real name is revealed as "Fawzia" and her immediate family were established in the story as genies living in Tehran hundreds of years before Tony found her bottle on an island in the Persian Gulf instead of the South Pacific , as depicted on TV.

The first-season theme music was an instrumental jazz waltz written by Richard Wess. Eventually, Sidney Sheldon became dissatisfied with Wess's theme and musical score.

Episodes 20 and 25 used a rerecorded ending of "Jeannie" for the closing credits with new, longer drum breaks and a different closing riff.

The lyrics were never used in the show. Songwriters Gerry Goffin and Carole King wrote a theme, called "Jeannie", for Sidney Sheldon before the series started, but it was not used.

In the third and fourth seasons of the show, another instrumental theme by Hugo Montenegro was introduced that was played during the show's campy scenes.

Simply titled "Mischief", the theme was heard mainly on outdoor locations, showing the characters attempting to do something such as Jeannie learning to drive, Major Nelson arriving up the driveway, a monkey walking around, or reactions to Doctor Bellows.

This theme featured the accompaniment of a sideshow organ , a trombone , and electric bass. It was introduced in the first episode of season 3, "Fly Me to the Moon".

Pop Chart and was rereleased the following year with other variations of Tom's Diner, one of which was used by Nick-at-Nite for promos of its I Dream Of Jeannie reruns.

Jeannie's iconic bottle was not created for the show. The actual bottle was a special Christmas Jim Beam liquor decanter containing "Beam's Choice" bourbon whiskey.

For years, Sidney Sheldon was said to have received one as a gift and thought it would be a perfect design for the series.

Several people in the Screen Gems art department also take credit for finding the bottle. Strong evidence, however, indicates first season director Gene Nelson saw one in a liquor store and bought it, bringing it to Sheldon.

Jeannie's bottle was left in its original dark, smoke-green color, with a painted gold-leaf pattern to make it look like an antique , during the first season.

The plot description of the pilot episode in TV Guide in September referred to it as a "green bottle".

In that first episode, it also looked quite rough and weathered. Since the show was originally filmed in black and white, a lot of colors and patterns were not necessary.

When the show switched to color, the show's art director came up with a brightly colored purple bottle to replace the original. The later colorized version of the show's first season tried to make out that the smoked glass look of the original gold-leaf design is in fact purple, to match the consistent look of the bottle used in the second through fifth seasons.

The first-season bottle had a clear glass stopper that Tony took from a Old Grand-Dad Bourbon bottle in his home, as the original stopper was left behind on the beach where Tony found Jeannie.

In the first color episode, Jeannie returns to the beach, and her bottle is seen to have its original stopper painted to match the bottle , presumably retrieved by her upon her return there.

The rest of the TV series and the films used the original bottle stopper. During some close-ups, one can still see the plastic rings that hold the cork part of the stopper in place.

During the first season, in black and white, the smoke effect was usually a screen overlay of billowing smoke, sometimes combined with animation.

Early color episodes used a purely animated smoke effect. Sometime later, a live smoke pack, lifted out of the bottle on a wire, was used.

Jeannie's color-episodes bottle was painted mainly in pinks and purples, while the bottle for the Blue Djinn was a first-season design with a heavy green wash, and Jeannie's sister's bottle was simply a plain, unpainted Jim Beam bottle.

No one knows exactly how many bottles were used during the show, but members of the production have estimated that around 12 bottles were painted and used during the run of the series.

The stunt bottle used mostly for the smoke effect was broken frequently by the heat and chemicals used to produce Jeannie's smoke. In the pilot episode, several bottles were used for the opening scene on the beach; one was drilled through the bottom for smoke, and another was used to walk across the sand and slip into Tony's pack.

Two bottles were used from promotional tours to kick off the first season, and one bottle was used for the first-season production. Barbara Eden got to keep the color stunt bottle used on the last day of filming the final episode of the series.

It was given to her by her make-up woman after the show was canceled while the show was on hiatus. In the penultimate episode, "Hurricane Jeannie", Nelson dreams that Dr.

Bellows discovers Jeannie's secret, and that Jeannie's bottle is broken when dropped. A broken bottle is shown on camera.

This was intended to be the series' final episode and is often shown that way in syndication. On several occasions, multipart story arcs were created to serve as backgrounds for national contests.

During the second season, in a story that is the focus of a two-part episode and a peripheral plot of two further episodes the "Guess Jeannie's Birthday" contest began with the opening two-part episode on November 14, , concluding with the name of the winner revealed after the end of the fourth episode, "My Master, the Great Caruso", on December 5 , it was established that Jeannie did not know her birthday, and her family members could not agree when it was, either.

The year is quickly established as 64 BC, but only Roger is privy to the exact date and he decides to make a game out of revealing it.

This date became the basis of the contest. Jeannie finally forces it out of him at the end of the fourth episode: April 1. Any attempt to force the safe or use the wrong combination will destroy it with an explosive.

Jeannie is in there so long that whoever opens the safe will become her master. The episodes spread out over four weeks, during which a contest was held to guess the safe's combination.

This explains why Larry Hagman is never seen saying the combination out loud: His mouth is hidden behind the safe or the shot is on Jeannie when he says it.

The combination was not decided until just before the episode aired, with Hagman's voice dubbed in. Over the closing credits, Barbara Eden announced and congratulated the contest winner, with 4—9—7 as the winning combination.

In the fourth season, a two-part episode, "The Case Of My Vanishing Master" January 6—13, , concerned Tony being taken to a secret location somewhere in the world, while a perfect double took his place at home.

A contest was held to guess the location where Tony had been taken. Unlike earlier contests, the answer was not revealed within the story.

At the end of "Invisible House For Sale" February 3, , a special "contest epilogue" had Jeannie and Tony reveal to the audience the "secret location", Puerto Rico , followed by the name of the "Grand Prize Winner".

In France, TF1 was aired the series that is dubbed in French from — Barbara Eden starred in two made-for-television reunion films which followed the further exploits of Jeannie and Tony in the successive years.

For various reasons, Larry Hagman did not reprise his role as Tony Nelson in either of these reunion films.

Bill Daily returned as Roger Healey for both films, while Hayden Rorke made a brief appearance in the first film.

Fifteen Years Later. A third film was planned but never finalized. Hanna-Barbera Productions produced an animated series Jeannie.

This animated series is completely separate from the Eden live-action series. Jeannie, the animated series was originally broadcast from September to , which featured Jeannie voiced by Julie McWhirter and genie-in-training Babu voiced by former Three Stooges star Joe Besser as the servants of Corey Anders, a high-school student and surfer voiced by Mark Hamill.

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