A neighborhood boy sees Jeannie performing her magic and tells Doctor Bellows.

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Major Jamison (as Herbert Voland)
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Custer (as Billy Mumy)
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A neighborhood boy sees Jeannie performing her magic and tells Doctor Bellows.

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy

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27 November 1965 (USA)  »

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The interior set of the Jamison home is the Stephens' living room set from Bewitched (1964) with minor modifications (no staircase) and dressed with different furniture. See more »

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Capt. Anthony Nelson: [after a fight with Jeannie] You know, we have a custom on this planet called 'kiss and make up'.
Jeannie: [turns towards him with an intrigued smile] I would know more of this custom.
Capt. Anthony Nelson: I'm truly sorry. I'll never accuse you of anything like that again.
Jeannie: [moving closer] You promise?
Capt. Anthony Nelson: I promise.
[they lean in and kiss]
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References What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962) See more »

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Jeannie Gets Lost In Space
15 November 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a visit by a boy named Custer who is also a boy named Will Robinson on another channel. The twist here is Custer is a big fan of Tony Nelson and catches him with Jeannie. He reports this to Dr. Bellows and complications happen.

Where the fun comes in is Tony explaining a lot of strange things like floating in air and the smoke of another day with Jeannie. The good thing is Dr. Bellows does not meet Dr. Smith which would have given everybody a headache.

Still there is scene with Custer and Bellows being approached by a cop who thinks they are peeping Toms at Tony's House.


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