I Dream of Jeannie (1965–1970)
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The Case of the Porcelain Puppy 

When Jeannie learns a new spell to turn things to porcelain, Jeannie accidentally uses it on her dog Djinn-Djinn.


Claudio Guzmán (as Claudio Guzman)


Sidney Sheldon (created by), James S. Henerson (as James Henerson)

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Episode cast overview:
Barbara Eden ... Jeannie
Larry Hagman ... Major Anthony Nelson
Hayden Rorke ... Dr. Alfred Bellows
Bill Daily ... Major Roger Healey
Emmaline Henry ... Amanda Bellows
Woodrow Parfrey ... Mr. Farber
Barton MacLane ... General Martin Peterson (as Barton Mac Lane)


When Jeannie learns a new spell to turn things to porcelain, Jeannie accidentally uses it on her dog Djinn-Djinn.

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy





Release Date:

3 March 1969 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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This was Barton MacLane's final appearance as General Martin Peterson. He died on January 1, 1969, two months before this episode aired, at the age of 66. See more »

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Barton MacLane's final appearance as General Martin Peterson
30 October 2016 | by kevinolzakSee all my reviews

"The Case of the Porcelain Puppy" was the second entry to feature Jeannie's meddlesome, uniform hating dog first introduced in "Djinn Djinn, Go Home." We begin with Jeannie's fascination with oriental porcelain by accidentally transforming Tony's hat and briefcase into pottery that shatters before the stunned gaze of Dr. Bellows. Amanda Bellows marvels at the fine quality of Tony's work, calling in art expert Mr. Farber (Woodrow Parfrey) to examine it. Meanwhile, Jeannie's uniform hating puppy Djinn Djinn puts everyone on edge and in regular clothes. One blink too many and Djinn Djinn becomes Major Nelson's most detailed creation. Mr. Farber is convinced that the porcelain item is a 15th century genuine, 'The Peking Dog,' worth a quarter of a million dollars. This was the last of three posthumous appearances from the late Barton MacLane as General Martin Peterson, broadcast more than two months after his sudden death, Vinton Hayworth's Winfield Schaeffer carrying on into the final season.

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