I Dream of Jeannie (1965–1970)
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Here Comes Bootsie Nightingale 

How does one hide from Jeannie that fact that Tony has to escort a beautiful movie star?

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How does one hide from Jeannie that fact that Tony has to escort a beautiful movie star?

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21 November 1967 (USA)  »

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The picture next to Major Nelson's front door in Seasons 2-5 is for Bell in Hand Tavern, a famous historic tavern in Boston which was originally frequented by Paul Revere and William McKinley. See more »

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There Goes Carol Wayne...
28 August 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Busty beauty Carol Wayne is the only attraction in this routine, by-the-numbers romp. Wayne perfectly embodied the sexy, dumb blonde stereotype -- Jayne Mansfield's physicality with a shy Monroe-like whisper. Typecast as a naive sex-bomb, she had near-identical roles in ''I Spy'', ''The Man from UNCLE'', and others. Here she plays a vapid, rising movie star with a Mansfield-like obsession with pink -- even her dog has pink fur.

As a publicity stunt, her agent arranges for famous astronaut Tony (Hagman) to be her escort at a big charity event. Tony behaves like a jerk and lies to Jeannie about who he's taking to the party -- while Jeannie has to stay home. As expected, the usual hijinks ensue. This stale plot about a jealous Jeannie causing trouble for Tony was endlessly recycled throughout the series.

Perennial character actor Jessie White is amusing as Bootsie's conniving, cigar-chomping talent agent. He played similar fast-talking managers, promoters, showbiz types, etc., in scores of shows and films.

In in end, this disposable episode is interesting for one attribute. It is perhaps the only time a gorgeous co-star was able to overshadow the stunning Barbara Eden.


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