I Dream of Jeannie (1965–1970)
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My Master, the Rainmaker 

Through Jeannie's misguided attempts to help, Doctor Bellows thinks that Tony can make it rain at will.


(as Claudio Guzman)


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Through Jeannie's misguided attempts to help, Doctor Bellows thinks that Tony can make it rain at will.

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy




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3 October 1966 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The snow that falls on Colonel Bellows is obviously fake. The flakes are much too large, they fall off of him much too easily, and it never melts even after he has been inside for several minutes. See more »


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Sergeant Ben Roberts: That's the finest corn in Alabama, sir.
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25 October 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"My Master, the Rainmaker" has Jeannie making the rain vanish because she wants to picnic on the beach with her master. When Tony reflects on his childhood in Wisconsin Jeannie blinks snowfall upon his house, in July, with the ever present Dr. Bellows refusing to crack up. Alas, General Peterson refuses to believe that Tony can change the weather: "he snowed on me!" Tony manages to convince Jeannie to visit her family, before Sgt. Ben Roberts (Steve Ihnat) visits Major Nelson to inquire what he could do about his brother's Alabama drought, which will cost him his farm. Jeannie blinks once before leaving, and soon Tony is crowded by goods from Alabama, where rainfall has saved the farm but never stopped (Jeannie: "I left the water running!"). Now Dr. Bellows has a witness to try to pin Tony down, to an exasperated General Peterson: "you're saying that Tony Nelson rained on a town called Four Corners?" "he not only rained on it General, he flooded it out!" Steve Ihnat, was best remembered as Garth in STAR TREK's "Whom Gods Destroy," sadly dead from a heart attack at age 37 in 1972.

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