Bezaubernde Jeannie: Astronaut Tony Nelson (Larry Hagman) findet nach einer missglückten Landung auf einer einsamen Insel eine geheimnisvolle Flasche. Directed by Hal Cooper. With Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily. Jeannie is jealous of Tony meeting an old flame. When he gets her to. Über Filme auf DVD bei Thalia ✓»Bezaubernde Jeannie - Die komplette Serie [20 DVDs]«von Jerry Bernstein, Hal Cooper, Claudio Guzmán, Bruce.
The Birds and the Bees BitSony. Wir kennen sie alle – die kultige Serie um den bezaubernden blonden Flaschengeist Jeannie, die Ende der er Jahre die Herzen. Directed by Hal Cooper. With Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Hayden Rorke, Bill Daily. Jeannie is jealous of Tony meeting an old flame. When he gets her to. Bezaubernde Jeannie (im Original: I Dream of Jeannie) ist eine US-amerikanische Fernsehserie, die auf NBC vom 8. September bis zum Mai mit.
Jeannie Menu de navegação VideoI Dream of Jeannie 1965 - 1970 Opening and Closing Theme (With Intro) HD Woodrow Parfrey. FULL CAST AND CREW Btn Schmidti Op USER REVIEWS IMDbPro MORE LESS. Major Anthony Nelson. 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. Here are the buzz-worthy titles you're going to want to mark on your calendar. They are stuck with a Striesow Devid pigeon, Mervin, who seemingly cannot beat Jonny Gray champion racing pigeon. Sony Pictures Television.
Beim ersten Gruppendate ist die Hlfte der Jeannie eingeladen. - NavigationsmenüTrotz aller Verwicklungen meint es Jeannie niemals böse. Jeannie é uma série de desenho animado norte-americano, produzido pela Hanna-Barbera e Screen aamsept2003.comu em e teve 16 episódios. É uma versão em série animada de uma série de televisão que fazia bastante sucesso na época, um spin-off de Jeannie é um gênio.. É a história de Jeannie, um gênio na forma de uma mulher muito bonita que faz de tudo para . Jeannie definition, a female given name, form of Jean. See more.
Episode Guide. A United States astronaut finds his life vastly complicated when he stumbles on to a bottle containing a female genie.
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Show HTML View more styles. There's More Than One of Them Episodes Seasons. He opens it, and a beautiful genie named Jeannie emerges.
Her bumbling, corpulent sidekick genie Babu also emerges, and the two become Corey's servants. Most of the series' plots found Corey trying to live a normal teenager's life, while keeping the genies' identities secret, and teaming up with Jeannie to repair the damages caused by Babu's bungling.
Yep, that's right: our own Mark Hamill got an early gig as the voice of Corey, the teen who finds the magic bottle from which pops forth the "Jeannie" of the title in a kiddie show that doesn't manage to do as well as the original.
Cashing in on good memories of the live-action gem of '60s stalwart "I Dream of Jeannie", this cartoon take moves things into a more kiddie-like realm as Corey takes on the Major Nelson part as the lucky?
The hijinks that ensue aren't really as wild as what the good Major found himself getting into, and considering the possibilities offered by animation, that's a shame.
Of course, many familiar voices lend their talents like Hastings and Messick, but they saved the big guns for the likes of Joe Besser of Three Stooges fame as Jeannie's bumbling assistant genie Babu who, with a "yapple-dapple", manages to make a mess out of the simplest incantation.
Of course, things were set right by the end of every episode. One more quibble - was Barbara Eden really so busy that she couldn't have lent her voice to Jeannie?
Could have been magical, but Four stars for "Jeannie" - a genie with little magic for the kids. All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search.
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Sony Pictures Television. Jeannie becomes increasingly jealous when Corey partners with Angie for a surfing contest. She attempts to stop the partnership by stealing his math exam paper.
However, Angie dumps Corey and works with S. Melvin instead. Jeannie tries to find the exam paper, but Babu had made it vanish.
Babu impersonates Corey so he can attend the surfing contest with Jeannie. They win without using any magic.
Corey and Henry work on their athletics for a competition versus a military academy. While they are convinced their diet is helping them, their success is really caused by Jeannie's magic.
Babu accidentally tells them, which causes an argument between Corey and Jeannie. Jeannie tries to motivate Corey and Henry by introducing them to Greek champions.
She thwarts S. Melvin's cheating and helps Corey win. Henry and Corey go to work at a ski resort diner, and they make sure Jeannie does not join them.
They find the job to be much harder than expected. 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. 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".
The music for Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince's debut single "Girls Ain't Nothing but Trouble" from their debut album Rock the House is built around a sample from the theme to "I Dream of Jeannie".
The I Dream of Jeannie theme music was also sampled by Dutch dance music DJ Ben Liebrand for the re-release of American hip-hop artist Dimples D.
DNA featuring Suzanne Vega released " Tom's Diner " in using a variation of the Jeannie theme song which then hit 5 on the U. 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.
It was designed by Roy Kramer for the Wheaton Bottle Company. 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.
But in , at the Miss Philippines competition, Jeannie Anderson put all other vain contestants to shame. Hernandez was followed by Jeannie Suk, a professor at Harvard Law School who has studied innovation in the fashion industry.
Tommy, his sister Kathleen, and Jerri's friend Jeannie were by her side. She and Jeannie were planning a trip to the Arctic Circle to follow some nomadic reindeer herders.
But how will the girls, Sarah and Jeannie , fancy being sent off so?Jeannie definition, a female given name, form of Jean. See more. 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. Jeannie Mai is leaving "Dancing With the Stars" after being hospitalized for a throat condition that affects the lungs. 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 is an American animated television series that originally aired for a episode season on CBS from September 8 to December 22, It was produced by Hanna-Barbera in association with Screen Gems, and its founders William Hanna and Joseph Barbera are the executive producers.