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

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

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T.J. Nelson
Dori Brenner ...
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Haji (as Andre De Shields)
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Wes Morrison
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Scheherazade
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Gen. Hatten
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Ms. Farrell
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Lee Taylor-Allan ...
Nelly Hunt
Dierk Torsek ...
Col. Klapper
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Melissa
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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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20 October 1985 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Die Rückkehr der bezaubernden Jeannie  »

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Trivia

The space shuttle launch featured in the film is STS-1, the first launch of the Space Shuttle program and shows the orbiter Columbia. See more »

Quotes

Dori Green: You're both named Jeannie?
Jeannie II: Our mother was an efficiency expert.
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Connections

Follows I Dream of Jeannie (1965) See more »

Soundtracks

Jeannie
Title Song
by Hugo Montenegro & Buddy Kaye
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Very disappointed at the changes
16 March 2013 | by See all my reviews

Without Larry Hagman, it was terrible for me. They should have paid Larry Hagman enough to still be Tony.

Even worse, when Jeannie went back in history to show how they met on the beach, it was nothing like how they really met, and changing Tony even going back to the beach was a brutal mistake.

As a big fan of the original series, this flopped for me during the whole movie. The chemistry between Tony and Jeannie disappeared.

Just like in the original series, Jeannie's sister tried to break them apart. Evidently it worked in this movie (Very fitting as the 'new' Tony Nelson was horrible with the relationship with Jeannie anyway).

The ending was also bad. It was not like Jeannie to leave, but I understand now since the new Tony was nothing like the original.

Perhaps younger people who never watched the series didn't notice how far it went from the original and rated higher, and am sad about that.

All around it was so disappointing.


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