Jeannie gets Tony in trouble by putting $3 million in his Christmas club account.

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Jeannie gets Tony in trouble by putting $3 million in his Christmas club account.

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19 December 1966 (USA)  »

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Tony's and Dr. Bellows's addresses can be seen on their bank ledger cards. Tony lives at 1132 Macy Street, and Dr. Bellows at 1047 Turk Street, both in "Coco" (sic) Beach. See more »

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John McGiver banking on a genie
1 November 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Jeannie Breaks the Bank" opens with Tony upset with Jeannie over the extravagant meals she's been serving lately, most of which she has purchased with his credit card. Now unable to afford a down payment on a sailboat, Tony decides to apply for a loan from the bank, with Jeannie tagging along. Loan manager Wilfred turns down a $70 loan for a penniless widow with no securities, so a $1000 loan for an astronaut who might not come down from the moon doesn't look like a sure bet. One look at his Christmas club account shows over $3 million, courtesy one blink from Jeannie, so Wilfred tries to expand the amount of the loan. Dr. Bellows just happens to be present when Tony's account is discussed, and investigates how an astronaut on a monthly salary of $900 would be worth millions. Another foolproof episode that ends with the good doctor baffled before General Peterson yet again: "doctor, have you been analyzed recently?"


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