I Dream of Jeannie (1965–1970)
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My Master, Napoleon's Buddy 

Upon Tony's request, Jeannie sends him back in time to talk to Napoleon who wants to execute him as a spy.

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Josephine (as Danielle Demetz)
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Upon Tony's request, Jeannie sends him back in time to talk to Napoleon who wants to execute him as a spy.

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy

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3 April 1967 (USA)  »

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When Tony first meets Napoleon he tells him not to fight Wellington at Waterloo as he will be defeated and then exiled to Elba. In fact, Napoleon fought at Waterloo after he had escaped from exile on Elba. After being defeated he would then be sent to the remote island of St. Helena in the south Atlantic Ocean. See more »

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Major Anthony Nelson: Pardon me, I don't mean to intrude. My name is Major Anthony Nelson. You don't know me, but I certainly know you. You're the Little Corporal.
General Pichegru: Execute him!
Major Anthony Nelson: Wait, wait now;please, take it easy. I don't mean to offend you sir,but everyone calls you the Little Corporal.
Napoleon: Those who do, regret it.
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Another history tour
26 October 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"My Master, Napoleon's Buddy" opens with Tony preparing a lecture on military strategy based on the Napoleonic Wars, so Jeannie naturally blinks him back in time to meet the little corporal (Aram Katcher, who actually played the role once before, in the 1952 feature "Scaramouche"). A formal introduction is met with an order for Tony's execution by General Pichegru (Booth Colman), the man who tried to murder Napoleon, but the little corporal is amused by Major Nelson's stories. It's tough to hear Tony going over future events with the uncomprehending Napoleon, who then believes that Nelson is a Russian spy. Danielle De Metz is well cast as Josephine.


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