Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
I Dream of Jeannie
Barbara Eden. Her first regular role was 'How to Marry a Millionaire'.
2000. She had a sister that was 4000.
5th. They went through many engagements.
purple. During the run of the TV show they went through - I think- 7 bottles.
Tony Nelson. Tony's space capsule landed on a deserted island and he found Jeannie.
Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In. Guest stars who appeared from "Laugh-In" included Gary Owens, Arte Johnson, and Judy Carne.
Farrah Fawcett. Before Farrah became an Angel she played Roger's beau, Tina.
Emmaline Henry. After "Jeanie" Ms. Henry went on to guest star on numerous shows including "The Bob Newhart Show" and "Three's Company".
|"I Dream of Jeannie" and "Bewitched" are very similar in many ways. Both have beautiful leading ladies with supernatural powers. Also, both shows feature a character who sees bizarre things happen but can never prove them: In "Jeannie" it's Dr. Bellows, in "Bewitched" the foil is Gladys Kravitz. What other characteristic did both shows share?||Don't Blink or You'll Miss This Jeannie Quiz
Both leading characters had a meddling, identical relative. Jeannie's identical sister, also named Jeannie, was always plotting to steal Major Nelson away from her. Meanwhile, on "Bewitched", Samantha had her hands full every time her mod and troublesome cousin Serena stopped by.
Yes. In season five, Jeannie and Tony tied the knot on an episode that aired on December 2, 1969. A terrible idea for this show and for Max and 99 in "Get Smart" I think in both cases it was a ploy to enhance sagging ratings.
|In one episode a man from the I.R.S, Harry Huggins, just happens to show up at Major Nelson's house after Jeannie decides to decorate the home with such artistic classics as a Ming vase and a Michelangelo statue. This is just another brilliant and hilarious performance as Huggins by what flamboyant performer?||Don't Blink or You'll Miss This Jeannie Quiz
Paul Lynde. Of course Lynde was no stranger to shows about magic and witchcraft. In addition to his portrayal as the practical joking Uncle Arthur in ten episodes of "Bewitched", Lynde also did three "I Dream of Jeannie" shows. Along with playing Harry Huggins, he also appeared as a Hollywood director who wants to make Major Nelson a star, and as a pitbull physical fitness instructor who runs Nelson and Healy into the ground.
|In a handful of episodes, Jeannie has a little dog named Djinn-Djinn who turns invisible and viciously attacks people. What do we later find out that Djinn-Djinn hates, making him act so violent?||Don't Blink or You'll Miss This Jeannie Quiz
Uniforms. The dog rips three of the General's best uniforms to shreds.
Bill Daily. Daily played a similar character named Howard Bordon on "The Bob Newhart Show". Rorke played the suspicious Dr. Bellows, Storch played Corporal Agorn on "F-Troop", and Van Dyke was Luther Van Damne on "Coach".
Mary Martin. Mary Martin was the queen of Broadway for many years starring in "South Pacific", "Peter Pan", and "The Sound of Music". According to A&E's "Biography" Martin and Hagman were quite distant, but became close in Martin's later years.
'A Very Brady Sequel'. Amazingly, she looked the exact same, and it was made in 1996!
Vinton Hayworth. Vinton Hayworth replaced Barton McLane after his death in 1969, and he died months after the cancellation of 'Jeannie'.
Barton McLane. Classic character actor Barton McLane stayed with the show as a regular until 1969, when he died of pneumonia.
Bill Daily. Bill Daily went on to star as pilot Howard Borden on the long running 'The Bob Newhart Show'.
'Dallas'. Hagman played JR Ewing, the man the audience loved to hate.
Emmaline Henry. The very funny Emmaline Henry guest starred on many sitcoms before and after her stint on 'Jeannie'. One memorable event was when she played Chrissy Snow's boss on 'Three's Company'. Sadly, she died tragically in 1979 at the age of 49.
|Tony and Jeannie were finally married in season five. What were people NOT allowed to do at their wedding?||"I Dream of Jeannie"
Take pictures. The reason was because a genie would not show up in a photograph, so pictures would raise suspicion.
Green. Jeannie was in trouble because, to be able to marry Tony, Dr. Bellows had to have blood samples.
Haji. We only saw Haji a few times throughout the run of the show. When we saw Haji, he had his arms and legs crossed. Abraham Sofaer played Haji in three episodes. He passed away in 1988.
|At the beginning of the show, Dr. Bellows was not married. Later, he was married. What was his wife's name?||"I Dream of Jeannie"
Amanda. Amanda was in the show quite a lot in the later seasons. Emmaline Henry played Amanda; first appearing as her in season two, episode fourteen. She passed away in 1979 at age fifty. She had brain cancer.
Captain. He also was promoted to major.
Captain. Later he was promoted to major.
On an island in the Pacific. When he first opened the bottle, she did not speak any English.
Don Rickles. Don Rickles, born in 1926, played a tough fitness instructor named Kiski in the 1967 episode. He starred in the TV comedy "C.P.O. Sharkey" from 1976-1978.
Sammy Davis, Jr.. Sammy Davis, Jr., born in 1925, guest starred in the 1967 episode "The Greatest Entertainer in the World" as himself. Mr. Davis is best known for his songs "Candy Man" (1972) and "Something's Gotta Give" (1955). Sammy passed away in 1990 from throat cancer.
Milton Berle. Milton Berle, born in 1908, guest starred on the 1967 episode "The Second Greatest Con Artist in the World". He played Charlie, a con artist who is after Jeannie's Egyptian pin which was given to her by King Tut. Mr. Berle was also known to fans as "Uncle Miltie". Milton passed away in 2002.
Michael Ansara. Michael Ansara, born in 1922, appeared as King Kamehameha in the 1968 episode titled "The Battle of Waikiki". Michael Ansara and Barbara Eden were married from 1958-1974. They had one son, Matthew, who passed away in 2001 from a drug overdose.