I Dream of Jeannie (1965–1970)
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The Americanization of Jeannie 

After reading an article in a magazine, Jeannie tries to become the typical American woman.

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Armand
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Sam
Jacques Roux ...
Waiter
Bobby Johnson ...
Driver
Mittie Lawrence ...
Woman Shopper #3
Yvonne White ...
Woman Shopper #1
Jewell Lain ...
Woman Shopper #2
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Sadelia (as Tania Lemani)
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After reading an article in a magazine, Jeannie tries to become the typical American woman.

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy

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6 November 1965 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Larry Hagman was very hesitant about sitting next to Zamba the full grown African Lion. Barbara Eden, despite being pregnant at the time, had no trouble petting the beast during filming. Owned by Exotic animal trainer Ralph Helfer, the same lion also appeared in the opening credits of The Addams Family (1964). See more »

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Jeannie tells Nelson that she had once met Marco Polo. This would have been impossible since he lived mostly during the end of the 13th century, during the 2,000 year period Jeannie was imprisoned in her bottle. See more »

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References The Americanization of Emily (1964) See more »

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A 2000 year old genie tries to become a typical modern woman
4 November 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"The Americanization of Jeannie" finds our intrepid genie trying to learn the ways of modern women, which she does by studying a magazine article. Coming home to a messy house makes Tony angry, Jeannie's shopping spree coming at the expense of his credit card. Dining out does not go very well either, with a suddenly jealous Jeannie joining the belly dancer's gyrations: "she moves as gracefully as a dog scratching fleas!" As a demonstrator for the new miracle oven, she resorts to using her magical powers as an inducement to earn her commissions. Resigned to her inability to become a typical modern woman, Jeannie is content to remain an extraordinary genie.


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