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I Dream of Jeannie (1965 - 1970)

I Dream of Jeannie (1965 - 1970)

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Playful, popular sitcom about astronaut Tony Nelson and the sexy genie he releases from a bottle. In the blink of an eye, she claims him as her `master.' At first they lived together platonically (while Jeannie of course complicated his life), but the pair got married toward the end of the series' run. The network insisted that Barbara Eden's navel never be shown, despite an already fairly revealing harem costume. The show was created and executive produced by Sidney Sheldon.
Creator: Sidney Sheldon

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1969, NBC, 26 episodes

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1968, NBC, 26 episodes

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1967, NBC, 26 episodes

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1966, NBC, 31 episodes

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1965, NBC, 30 episodes

Cast

Larry Hagman
as Capt./Maj. Tony Nelson
Barbara Eden
as Jeannie
Abraham Sofaer
as Chief of Genies
Bill Daily
as Capt./Maj. Roger Healy
Hayden Rorke
as Dr. Alfred Bellows
Barton MacLane
as Gen. Martin Peterson
Emmaline Henry
as Amanda Bellows
Vinton Haworth
as Gen. Winfield Schaeffer
Don Dubbins
as Lt. Pete Conway
Judy Carne
as Sheila
Jackie Coogan
as Sulieman
Don Mitchell
as Sergeant
Vinton Hayworth
as Gen. Winfield Schaeffer
Richard X. Slattery
as Gen.Hamilton
Alan Hewitt
as Off. Don Anderson
Paul Lynde
as Allen Kerr
Bob Denver
as Harold
Dave Barry
as Himself
Milton Berle
as Charlie
Kevin Tate
as Keith Asher
Jack Smith
as Congressman Widdicomb
Karen Sharpe
as Melissa Moore
Howard Morton
as Beautician
Ted de Corsia
as Phillips
Jonathan Hole
as Van Weesen
Michael Ansara
as Blue Djinn
Hilary Thompson
as Girl in Store
Harry Harvey
as Gen. Powlett
Tom Palmer
as Melnick
Bill Quinn
as Minister
Jane Dulo
as Margaret
Ron Brown
as Orderly
Jerry Shane
as Air Man
Susan Howard
as Miss Temple
Harold Gould
as Mr. Winkler
Paul Reed
as Gen. Barkley
Tanya Lemani
as Sadelia
C. Lindsay Workman
as Gen. Fletcher
Avis Scott
as Mrs. Prescott
Al Wyatt
as Captain Kidd
Joe Flynn
as Dr. Corbett
Norma Connolly
as Mrs. Ross
Dick Van Patten
as Grocery Store Clerk
Pamela Curran
as Princess Fatima
William Bakewell
as Col. Harris
Willi Koopman
as Miss Galaxy
Arte Johnson
as Himself
Herbie Faye
as Tout #1
Bill Mumy
as Custer Jamison
Noah Keen
as Prof. Karr
Jean Marie
as Miss Gordon
Edmon Ryan
as Col. Joe Fenton
Richard Mulligan
as Cmdr. Les Wingate
Hazel Shermet
as Mrs. Wimple
Arthur Adams
as Campbell
Edward Andrews
as Professor
Joan Tompkins
as Mrs. Winkler
Lou Antonio
as Charley
Lincoln Demyan
as Uncle Jeff
Linda Ho
as Princess
Brenda Benet
as Eleanor Junker
Richard Hale
as Old Man
Carl Byrd
as Jump Master
Richard Erdman
as Store Manager
E.J. Andre
as Pierre Milley
David McLean
as Huberts
Lisa Gaye
as Daisy Lou
Francine York
as Girl at Party
Elizabeth Lane
as Mrs. Wilson
Ed Stoddard
as Newscaster
Foster Brooks
as Englishman
David Brian
as Ferguson
Herbert Anderson
as Cmdr. Davis
Elaine Devry
as Lady Nelson
Siri
as Marie Antoinette
Margie Hall
as Maternity Nurse
Gary Owens
as Himself
Billy Mumy
as Custer
Mary Foran
as Mother
William Fawcett
as Gas Station Attendant
Jan-Michael Sherman
as Spanish Girl
William Smith
as Turk Parker
Fred Clark
as Vanderhaven
Corinne Camacho
as 1st Nurse
Teddy Quinn
as "Tony Jr."
William Bramley
as Policeman
Lew Brown
as Master Sergeant
Richard Reeves
as Garbage Man #1
Owen Cunningham
as American Man
Tony Anthony
as Crew Member
Bernard Fox
as Abdul the Magician
Jonathan Hale
as Van Wesson
Grace Albertson
as Mrs. Jamison
Judy Pace
as Receptionist
Carol Wayne
as Bootsie
Herb Jeffries
as Copter Pilot
Dick Sargent
as Cashman
Judith Baldwin
as Girl at Party
William Wintersole
as Provost Marshal Ross
Jimmy Cross
as Fatheringay
Jorja Curtright
as Mme. Zolta
Richard Gilden
as Maj. Posnovsky
Ray Teal
as Tugwell
Eric Boles
as Young Tony
Alice Dudley
as Aunt Sue
Sandra Gould
as Mrs. Flaherty
Virginia Ann Ford
as Miss Universe
Debbie Wong
as Harem Girl
Mark Miller
as Barrows
Janis Hansen
as Patricia
Pearl Shear
as Woman Shopper
Ned Glass
as Beamish
Julio Medina
as Stranger
Mike Road
as Millionaire
Aram Katcher
as Napoleon
David Soul
as Orderly
Sal Ponti
as Interviewer
Mel Gallagher
as Man at Rally
Stafford Repp
as Lt. Morgan
Bill McKinney
as 1st Crewman
Bob Denver
as Harold
Jim Begg
as Lieutenant
Ruth McDevitt
as Mrs. Horlick
Robert Hogan
as Wingate
Alice Reinheart
as American Woman
Buddy Lewis
as Blackjack Dealer
Chester Hayes
as Specialty Act
Baynes Barron
as Commander
Sharon Farrell
as Nina Ferguson
Ed Peck
as Merkle
Ann Morgan Guilbert
as Thelma Crawford
Robert Gros
as 2nd Crewman
Tim Herbert
as Croupier
Jack Davis
as Hastings
John Beck
as Sergeant
Yvonne White
as Woman Shopper #1
Donald Briscoe
as 1st Officer
Barbara Bostock
as Sue Ellen
Damian London
as 1st Reporter
Reta Shaw
as Finch
Fran Ryan
as Switchboard Operator
Jerry Barber
as Golf Pro
Jack Collins
as Gen. Hadley
Willy Koopman
as Miss Galaxy
Sue Taylor
as Mother
James Daris
as Realtor
Henry Beckman
as Policeman
Sid Melton
as Reynolds
Tony Giorgio
as Torpedo
June Jocelyn
as Tony's Mother
Arthur Malet
as Vasmire
Peter Leeds
as Big Charlie
Bing Russell
as Lincoln
Groucho Marx
as Himself
John McGiver
as Wilfred
Geoff Edwards
as Bank Teller
Noam Pitlik
as Gregorian
David Azar
as Russian Attache
Jewell Lain
as Woman Shopper #2
Lincoln Tate
as 2nd Officer
Kay E. Kuter
as Edger Crawford
Ned Wertimer
as Montjoy
Hal Taggart
as Tony's Father
Paul Hahn
as Pit Boss
Jan Arvan
as Auctioneer
Frank Gordon
as Night Club Patron #2
Valerie Hawkins
as Stewardess
Robert F. Lyons
as Corp. Sam
Stephen Roberts
as Gen. Gorman
Ivor Francis
as Ormandy
Mittie Lawrence
as Woman Shopper #3
Steve Ihnat
as Roberts
Syl Lamont
as 3rd Reporter
Guy de Vestel
as Gen. Jacques
Harvey Fisher
as 1st Photographer
Bruce Kirby
as Passenger
Harry De Vere
as Airline Pilot
Cliff Norton
as Henshaw
Jeno Mate
as Bidder
Reginald Fenderson
as 2nd Photographer
Joe Brooks
as Crane Driver
Elsie Baker
as Woman at Phone Booth
Victoria Carroll
as Young Woman
Joe Higgins
as Garbage Man #2
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Series Details

TV Network: NBC
Premiere Date: Sep 18, 1965
Genre: Comedy
Executive Producer: Sidney Sheldon
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