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I Dream of Jeannie... Fifteen Years Later (1985)

TV Movie  -   -  Comedy  -  20 October 1985 (USA)
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Jeannie uses her magic powers to thwart her sister, Jeannie II, who has designs on Major Nelson.

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Jeannie uses her magic powers to thwart her sister, Jeannie II, who has designs on Major Nelson.

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Die Rückkehr der bezaubernden Jeannie  »

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Trivia

At first, Barbara Eden said no to NBC executives about reprising her role as Jeannie: "I had no intention of playing Jeannie again. It's a super-high risk to repeat something done well in the first place. And the series is still running in syndication". She later explained: "I read the script, and it was fun - and before I knew it, I was doing it. And I don't have any regrets". See more »

Quotes

Jeannie: [to Jeannie II] And make sure you wear BOTH halves of your bikini!
[Jeannie II smiles and leaves the apartment]
Dori Green: [after Jeannie II has left] Just curious... which half of the bikini did your sister wear?
Jeannie: The left one.
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Connections

Followed by I Still Dream of Jeannie (1991) See more »

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Jeannie
Title Song
by Hugo Montenegro & Buddy Kaye
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OK movie but is missing elements
4 February 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I like the original series, such a simpler time and nostalgic era. The reason why the 60s series worked is 2 things.

1. Cast! Tony and Jeannie had chemistry! And a lovable Roger and a running gag Dr Bellows. This 4 core cast was the reason why the series worked.

In this movie, there is no Larry Hagman, we have a new Anthony Nelson. But together there is no chemistry. In the series, Jeannie was a carefree, reckless genie who's actions inadvertently causes Tony to be in jeopardy. Where this movie, she is more mellow and mature, that kinda took away from her core character. When do a reunion movie, try have core cast come back or it just wont work.

2. Location Location Location...

The series was located at cape Kennedy and Cocoa Beach in Florida, back in the 60s NASA was in the frontier of technology and were fascinating at the time. In this movie it was Houston, why?

Overview: This movie lacks continuity and a major one. The series sub-plot says Jeannie was 2000 years old, and this one it says shes over 4000 years old! I know ladies do lie about their age, but come on! Only thing worthy of the movie was the telling her son of her secret and putting the two at that beach where Tony and Jeannie met, so nostalgic. Only they screwed it up by having the new Tony instead of replay the pilot of the series.


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