I Dream of Jeannie (1965–1970)
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Djinn Djinn, the Pied Piper 

Djinn Djinn the uniform hating dog returns recking havoc with General Schaffer's dog.

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(as Claudio Guzman)

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(created by), (as James Henerson)
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Djinn Djinn the uniform hating dog returns recking havoc with General Schaffer's dog.

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23 September 1969 (USA)  »

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The title refers to the Pied Piper of Hamelin, a legend about the abduction of many children from the town of Hamelin, Germany and used in stories written by the Brothers Grimm and Robert Browning. See more »

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Vinton Hayworth (General Schaeffer) keeps breaking character by reacting when the Great Dane licks Gen. Schaeffer's face, who's supposedly immobilized. See more »

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Not so Great Dane
30 October 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Djjin Djinn, the Pied Piper" is the third appearance of Jeannie's uniform hating puppy, each one less interesting than the one before. Dr. Bellows remembers the troublesome pooch, and is immediately attacked upon arrival. Gen. Schaeffer's Great Dane Jupiter is his pride and joy, but the often invisible Djinn Djinn wreaks havoc with his training in the park. Both dogs eventually end up at the pound, where the exasperated attendant (Dick Wilson) has been torn to shreds by the magical mutt. Gen. Schaeffer makes a go of finding his beloved Jupiter, only to get run over by a stampede of canines. The repetitious one joke idea behind this pup made for a series of weak episodes, though Dick Wilson's presence is reassuring, having already dealt with a poodle that used to be Major Healey in the second season's "What's New, Poodle Dog?"


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