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I Dream of Jeannie (unaired pilot) -
1 disc. Major Tony Nelson crash lands on a tropical island,
finds a bottle, and craziness ensues. Extra characters, and a
much less slapstick Dr. Bellows. Great episode,
actually. Jeannie is sexy in her outfit or even better see
her bounce around in just Tony’s dress shirt for a good part
of the episode…. WOW! A “must have” 8 of 10
What’s on the disc;
DVD is region 0
DVD is printed with beautiful label
of Jeannie and Tony.
DVD contains the Unaired Pilot and
the Aired Pilot
Contains over 330 rare and unseen
related photos to the show and main characters, including unique
merchandise and studio publicity photos from the late 1950s the
present day.
Animated menus with music.
Also included are digital copies of
the episodes and slideshows for your iPod or Smartphone. Watch
Jeannie anywhere!
Want to make it a gift? We provide
the DVD cover in digital form. Just print it on your printer and
insert it in your own DVD case (sold anywhere).
In the pilot episode, "
The Lady in the
", astronaut Captain Tony Nelson, US Air Force, is on a space
flight when his one-man capsule Stardust One comes down far from
the planned recovery area, near a deserted island in the
. On the beach, Tony notices a strange bottle that rolls by
itself. When he rubs it after removing the stopper, smoke starts
shooting out and a
-speaking female genie (wearing an enticing harem costume)
materializes and kisses Tony on the lips with passion, shocking
They cannot understand each other
until Tony expresses his wish that Jeannie (a
) could speak English, which she then does. Then, per his
instructions, she "blinks" and causes a recovery helicopter to show
up to rescue Tony, who is so grateful that he tells her she's free.
But Jeannie, who has fallen in love with Tony at first sight after
being trapped for 2000 years, re-enters her bottle and places it in
Tony's duffel bag so she can accompany him back home. One of the
first things Jeannie does, in a subsequent episode, is break up
Tony's engagement to his commanding general's daughter, who, along
with that particular general, is never seen again. (This event
reflects producer Sidney Sheldon's decision that the engagement
depicted in the pilot episode would not be part of the series
continuity; he realized the romantic triangle he created between
Jeannie, "Master" and Melissa Stone wouldn't pan out in the long