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G.I. Jeannie 

When Jeannie says she wants to be his secretary, Tony tells Jeannie that she has to join the Air Force.

Director:

Alan Rafkin

Writers:

Sidney Sheldon (created by), Bill Davenport (as William Davenport)
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Barbara Eden ... Jeannie
Larry Hagman ... Captain Anthony Nelson
Bill Daily ... Captain Roger Healey
Edmon Ryan ... Col. Joe Fenton
Jane Dulo Jane Dulo ... Major Margaret Fiefield
Eileen O'Neill ... Corp. Lola Burns
Peg Shirley ... Lt. Snyder
Robert DoQui ... Sgt. Pete Morgan (as Bob DoQui)
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When Jeannie says she wants to be his secretary, Tony tells Jeannie that she has to join the Air Force.

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Genres:

Comedy | Family | Fantasy

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Language:

English

Release Date:

16 October 1965 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

In this episode, Jeannie states her date of birth as "1st July, 21 B.C.". Later, in "The Girl Who Never Had a Birthday", she would claim not to know when her birthday was. That storyline ultimately revealed her date of birth to be 1st April 64 B.C. See more »

Goofs

In this episode Jeannie says her date of birth is 1st July. However in the second season there are two episodes on Jeannie trying to find her birth date and she being unhappy. See more »

Quotes

Major Margaret Fiefield: [reading Jeannie's test results] Two hundred and fifty words a minute! No one can type that fast.
Jeannie: Oh, that was not typing. That was dictation.
Major Margaret Fiefield: Oh.
[looks again at Jeannie's test results]
Major Margaret Fiefield: Two hundred and fifty words a minute... in longhand?
Jeannie: It is easier to read that way. I got a score of four hundred words in typing.
Major Margaret Fiefield: Unbelievable.
Jeannie: I told you I would make a good secretary.
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An aptitude for nothing
4 November 2016 | by kevin olzakSee all my reviews

"G.I. Jeannie" opens with Captain Nelson establishing a platonic relationship with Jeannie, though her kisses prove that she's the best 'buddy' he's ever had! A shortage of women in the Air Force inspires Jeannie to join up in order to become Tony's secretary, jealous of his current secretary (Eileen O'Neill). Tony doesn't complain because he knows that if she succeeds she'll undoubtedly be shipped off to North Africa like the others. The application process finds that Jeannie was born in Pompeii July 1, 21 B.C., making her 1500 years old (she honestly admits to being 2000!). In six weeks military training in San Antonio Jeannie learns that she has an aptitude for nothing, one day as a nurse's aide, another driving a jeep, leaving destruction in her wake at every stop.


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