I Dream of Jeannie (1965–1970)
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Guess Who's Going to Be a Bride?: Part 1 

After another rebuff by Tony to marry her, Jeannie takes up her uncle's offer to become queen of a foreign country.

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Jeannie
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Major Roger Healey
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Dr. Alfred Bellows
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Suleiman
Frank De Vol ...
Amir Hamid El Yachmin
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Mickey Morton ...
Achmed
Brad Logan ...
Osman
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After another rebuff by Tony to marry her, Jeannie takes up her uncle's offer to become queen of a foreign country.

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy

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30 September 1969 (USA)  »

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When Jeannie's Uncle Sully finds out that Tony supports Kasha, he restrains Tony's hands on a board. In the first shot, the bar is behind Tony's head. However, in the next shot, the board is gone. Then, in the next shot, the board is again behind Tony's head. See more »

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Tony wouldn't marry her if she were the last genie on earth
28 November 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Guess Who's Going to Be a Bride?" essentially switched gears this fifth season, the network insisting that the show emulate BEWITCHED for higher ratings by marrying off the genie and her master, the two stars vehemently objecting, as the sexual dynamic was how any man can fend off a beautiful blonde genie without giving in to temptation. Funny thing is, the network got their way yet still cancelled the series at season's end, killing the golden goose with their interference. Jeannie, joining the already cancelled STAR TREK, were two shows whose popularity actually increased afterwards, viewers able to watch them in better time slots than what NBC could offer, proving that the Peacock never appreciated their own lineup. This also served as the show's third and final two parter, the wedding held off for two months for the first week of December.


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