I Dream of Jeannie (1965–1970)
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The Wedding 

Tony and Jeannie finally get married at a big public wedding though unfortunately genies don't photograph.


(as Claudio Guzman)


(created by), (as James Henerson)

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Episode cast overview:
General Winfield Schaeffer
Cliff Norton ...
Rev. Weems
1st Photographer
2nd Photographer
Hal Taggart ...
Mr. Nelson
June Jocelyn ...
Mrs. Nelson


The big day has finally arrived and Tony and Jeannie look forward to finally getting married and it promises to become a huge media event. However, there is one problem, because genies can't be photographed the couple are afraid that the wedding will get publicity for all the wrong reasons. In fact, Jeannie panics and almost calls off the wedding and considers eloping instead. However, she comes up with an interesting solution when she decides to use a mannequin to pose as her and be photographed until it comes time for the vows. Can the happy couple pull it off or will it be a disaster? Written by Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy




Release Date:

2 December 1969 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The original broadcast was interrupted and the wedding show was shown on the following Saturday. See more »


The premise of the episode is that genies can't be photographed. To solve this, Jeannie blinks up an automaton/robot of herself to walk down the aisle. At the end of the episode when Tony and Jeannie are watching a film of the wedding, Dr. Bellows is walking with an invisible Jeannie. The robot/automaton should have shown up in the film. See more »

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The bewitching genie marries her long suffering master
30 November 2016 | by See all my reviews

"The Wedding," 11th episode of this fifth season, finally closes the door on the six week engagement that dragged into December 1969. A photograph in which Jeannie cannot be seen reprises the idea introduced in the first season episode "The Moving Finger" that genies cannot be photographed. This naturally poses a problem as to how she can appear at her own wedding if no camera can capture her image. The edict of no photographers has a nervous Jeannie in tears, but at least Tony is satisfied that her mother won't show up. Secretly viewing the ceremony from a safe hiding place, Jeannie maneuvers a lookalike mannikin to walk down the aisle for the actual ceremony, she herself standing where she belongs next to the groom while the minister performs the finishing touch. Roger is best man, Amanda Bellows matron of honor, Dr. Bellows gives the bride away. Tony's never mentioned parents are shown briefly, though his mother had been played by Spring Byington in "Meet My Master's Mother." Hardly the classic that was intended, but it is what it is.

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