Bezaubernde Jeannie (). I Dream of Jeannie. TV-Serie. Synchronfirma: ELAN Film Gierke, München. Dialogbuch: Joachim. Sony. Wir kennen sie alle – die kultige Serie um den bezaubernden blonden Flaschengeist Jeannie, die Ende der er Jahre die Herzen. to Jeannie. After Roger and Jeannie learn that their children might get magical powers, Jeannie keeps Roger away so that Tony won't learn that little fact.
Who Needs a Green-Eyed Jeannie?Bezaubernde Jeannie (). I Dream of Jeannie. TV-Serie. Synchronfirma: ELAN Film Gierke, München. Dialogbuch: Joachim. Durch Zufall wird der Astronaut Tony Nelson Meister eines Flaschengeistes, der ihm in Gestalt der attraktiven Blondine Jeannie jeden Wunsch erfüllt. Da Jeannie aber ungeschickt zu Werke geht, muss Nelson manch verunglückten Wunsch wieder. Bezaubernde Jeannie: Astronaut Tony Nelson (Larry Hagman) findet nach einer missglückten Landung auf einer einsamen Insel eine geheimnisvolle Flasche.
Jeannie Menu de navegação VideoI Dream of Jeannie- 5×12 I Dream of Jeannie is an American fantasy sitcom television series starring Barbara Eden as a 2,year-old genie and Larry Hagman as an astronaut who becomes her master, and with whom she falls in love at first sight and eventually marries. Created by Sidney Sheldon. With Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke. A United States astronaut finds his life vastly complicated when he stumbles on to a bottle containing a female genie. With Julie McWhirter, Mark Hamill, Joe Besser, Bob Hastings. Corey Anders, an average California teenager, finds an unusual-looking bottle on the beach while surfing. Jeannie Mai is leaving "Dancing With the Stars" after being hospitalized for a throat condition that affects the lungs. Jeannie was the pregnant wife of the Joker. 1 History Death Legacy 2 Appearances 3 Background Information and Notes Jeanie was married to Joker when he worked as a chemist at the Ace Chemical Processing Plant. He eventually quit his job in order to pursue his dream of being a stand-up comedian but failed miserably. As a result, he and Jeannie lived in a run-down apartment in a bad. Durch Zufall wird der Astronaut Tony Nelson Meister eines Flaschengeistes, der ihm in Gestalt der attraktiven Blondine Jeannie jeden Wunsch erfüllt. Da Jeannie aber 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. Jeannie (auch Jeanny) ist ein weiblicher Vorname und auch die Koseform zu Jean. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Herkunft und Bedeutung; 2 Varianten; 3 Bekannte. Bezaubernde Jeannie: Astronaut Tony Nelson (Larry Hagman) findet nach einer missglückten Landung auf einer einsamen Insel eine geheimnisvolle Flasche.
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Edit Cast Series cast summary: Julie McWhirter Jeannie 16 episodes, Mark Hamill Corey Anders 16 episodes, Joe Besser Babu 16 episodes, Bob Hastings Henry Glopp 16 episodes, Janet Waldo Anders 16 episodes, John Stephenson Edit Storyline Corey Anders, an average California teenager, finds an unusual-looking bottle on the beach while surfing.
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Add the first question. Edit Details Country: USA. While helping them, Jeannie finds out Corey tricked her so he would have time to date a girl. Corey and Henry get fired, but Jeannie assists them in catching a couple of crown-stealing crooks to get back their jobs.
Corey and Henry sign up for the Flora and Fauna field trip, but an envious Jeannie forces Corey to go on the Survival Course field trip with Fred Franklin instead.
Corey does best to use primitive methods of finding food while Jeannie gives him a little help. He grows increasingly frustrated when Jeannie uses her magic to help him, including providing him with a luxurious tent.
When Corey gets lost from camp, Jeannie and Babu help him. While driving a new motorcycle, Corey and Henry meet Darlene Connway. In a jealous rage, Jeannie steals the motorcycle to go to a beauty salon, but she loses her ponytail.
Without her ponytail, she cannot perform magic. Babu fails to grow it back or conjure a motorcycle. While Babu turns to Hadji for help, Jeannie attends school.
Hadji decides to help Jeannie and returns her ponytail. Corey and Henry start a dog-sitting service, leaving Jeannie to take care of the show dog Fifi.
When Fifi's owner comes to reclaim her, Jeannie and Babu believe Fifi was dognapped. Meanwhile, the town dognappers get hold of Fifi, and Henry and Corey get in trouble with the police.
With Jeannie and Babu's help, Henry and Corey find and trap the dognappers. Corey and Henry get a racing pigeon, but she lays an egg and is unable to race.
They are stuck with a frightened pigeon, Mervin, who seemingly cannot beat the champion racing pigeon. Jeannie, Corey and Henry train Mervin for the Saturday racing.
With Jeannie's assistance Mervin manages to get past S. Melvin's wily tricks and win the race. Since the town library is closed, Corey cannot complete his research for a term project on Helen of Troy.
Jeannie brings back Helen with her magic to help Corey, but she becomes jealous when the two become romantically involved. Jeannie reveals Helen's true character and the reality of Troy to Corey, which prompts him to return to his project.
Corey and Henry enter a sailboat race with Barbie rather than Jeannie. Jeannie uses magic to take Barbie's place, but accidentally gets Corey's boat disqualified from the race.
Corey and Jeannie stage a sea rescue to make the commodore reinstate his race position. Corey wins the race after eluding S.
Melvin's cheating. Corey agrees to babysit Linda's younger brother Billy. Meanwhile, Billy sees Jeannie floating and realizes she is a genie.
He tries to prove her existence, but Linda does not believe him. Finally, Jeannie exposes herself fully to Billy to encourage imagination and remind him the importance of her secrecy.
Linda separates with Corey after seeing Babu. Following a trip to the amusement park, Henry tells Corey that his cousin Bunny is visiting him.
Corey initially does not want to have a blind date with her, until he sees her and find her to be attractive. Available on Amazon. Added to Watchlist.
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Many exteriors were filmed at this facility. Interior filming was done at the Sunset Gower Studios the original Columbia Pictures studio lot in Hollywood.
The cast and crew only made two visits to Florida's Space Coast , both in On June 27, a parade in Cocoa Beach escorted Eden and the rest of the cast to Cocoa Beach City Hall, where she was greeted by fans and city officials.
They were then taken to LC at Cape Canaveral where she pressed a button to launch a Loki-Dart weather rocket. 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. Eden returned 27 years later, in July , as a featured speaker for Space Days at the Kennedy Space Center.
Cocoa Beach Mayor Joe Morgan presented her an "I Dream of Jeannie Lane" street sign, later installed on a short street off Florida State Road A1A near Lori Wilson Park.
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. On August 24, , Cocoa Beach City leaders honored the show with a roadside plaque outside Lori Wilson Park.
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 Blue Djinn was played by Barbara Eden's first husband, Michael Ansara. In later seasons, he also played King Kamehameha Season 3, Episode 15 The Battle of Waikiki , and Biff Jellico Season 5, Episode 12 My Sister, the Homewrecker.
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 Season 2, Episode 10 "The Girl Who Never Had a Birthday" , Jeannie somehow forgets her birthday, setting up the two-episode plot.
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".
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