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Durch Zufall wird Astronaut Tony Nelson Meister eines Flaschengeistes, der ihm in Gestalt der attraktiven Blondine Jeannie jeden Wunsch erfüllt. Da Jeannie aber etwas ungeschickt zu Werke geht, muss Nelson manch verunglückten Wunsch wieder. Bezaubernde Jeannie (im Original: I Dream of Jeannie) ist eine US-amerikanische Fernsehserie, die auf NBC vom 8. September bis zum Mai mit. I Dream of Jeannie (TV Series –) - IMDb. Created by Sidney Sheldon. With Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke. - Erkunde Ian C.s Pinnwand „Bezaubernde Jeannie (I dream of Jeannie)“ auf Pinterest. Weitere Ideen zu Bezaubernde jeannie, Barbara eden. Schau dir unsere Auswahl an i dream of jeannie an, um die tollsten einzigartigen oder spezialgefertigten handgemachten Stücke aus unseren Shops für.
After Jeannie places a hex on a NASA piano so that the player sounds like an expert, Tony feels. Nesse post nós vamos falar sobre o Kennedy Space Center, ou, como muitos chamam, a Nasa ou Cabo Canaveral. A confusão no nome se dá porque trata-se. - Erkunde Ian C.s Pinnwand „Bezaubernde Jeannie (I dream of Jeannie)“ auf Pinterest. Weitere Ideen zu Bezaubernde jeannie, Barbara eden.
Hanley is so used to bad luck, he imagines how each of three possible wishes could go very wrong - but the genie will grant him only one wish!
Written by David Stevens. Howard Morris stars as luckless George P. Hanley, in love with the secretary played by Patricia Barry at his job, who has no interest in him.
Desperate, he is conned into buying an old Arabian lamp for her as a present, but discovers that it does have the proverbial Genie played by miscast Jack Albertson who will grant George only one wish, so he must consider carefully, and so imagines how love, wealth, and power would work out, which as you can guess, wont be well Morris fared far better when he costarred on "Thriller".
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Episode Guide. A United States astronaut finds his life vastly complicated when he stumbles on to a bottle containing a female genie.
Creator: Sidney Sheldon. Additionally, most genie tales involve the genie itself as a character who brings chaos and destruction in the end. Dreaming of a genie may be expressing a desire to have a quick and instantaneous change in your circumstances without being willing to put in the effort to create something organically.
Letting the genie out of the bottle may be asking for trouble. The male body and male sexuality is seldom, if ever, represented by a vase.
If a container symbolizes male sexuality, it appears in the shape of a barrel or bottle. For men and woman alike, though, a vase may represent the innermost part of the person in the sense of the unconscious.
What is inside the container is important the spirit in the Bottle—the genie. Ever since Sigmund Freud, containers have been seen as referring to sexuality; if the container is empty, impotence.
Pouring liquid from a container or removing a cork from a bottle is, according to classical psychoanalysis, usually a symbol for intercourse Little Giant Encyclopedia Read More Read More What does it meaning genie, in the dream?
The keywords of this dream: Genie. Little Giant Encyclopedia. MAGIC CARPET A staple of the genie, the magic carpet is about the power of magic, of course, but consider that anything that flies through the air is also working in the realm of the intellect and the mind.
Consider that a magic carpet in a dream could be an invitation either to put a little uplifting spiritual faith into your thinking, or to look to where you may be avoiding something that is on the ground that needs your attention Complete Dictionary of Dreams.
Despondent, George takes the gift-boxed lamp and heads home, where he is greeted by his dog Attila. When George rubs the lamp while cleaning it, a genie emerges.
The genie is something of a disappointment; not only is he dressed in modern garb - except for his shoes - but also he offers George only one wish, rather than the traditional three.
The genie suggests that George consider very carefully what he should wish for. Throughout the evening and the whole next day, as he considers his various choices, he daydreams various wish scenarios.
Attila accompanies him through these dream sequences , but with his breed modified to match George's own changed profession.
He first thinks about wishing for love , and dreams of being married to Ann, who is a successful movie star who will not be torn away from her career.
George discovers she is having an affair with Roger, who is also a movie star. He concludes that in any circumstance, he would ultimately lose a woman like Ann.
The next day at work, as Roger is in the boss's office discussing a promotion to head bookkeeper - a position George is supposedly up for as well - George contemplates having money.
He is a wealthy tycoon with Roger as his chauffeur and Ann as his financial assistant. He is made to realize that being able to immediately buy anything he wants, without having to wait or struggle for it, and having the capacity to give away vast amounts, is not satisfying.
Indeed, it takes the flavor out of life. He awakes from this fantasy to the news that Roger has won the promotion.
As George and Attila later take a walk, George settles on power as his third prospective wish. He imagines being President of the United States.
Though initially successful, he is paralyzed by indecision when faced with a global UFO crisis. Several members of Jeannie's family, including her parents, are rather eccentric, but none is a genie.
Her mother describes the family as "just peasants from the old country" Season 1, Episode 14, What House Across the Street? The topic of Jeannie originally being human is restated in season two during the episode "How to be a Genie in 10 Easy Lessons".
Jeannie mentions that she has a sister who is a genie, but the phrasing — "she was a genie when I left Baghdad" — does bring up the question of whether she, too, was born a genie.
One minor subplot that lasted over multiple episodes was when Jeanie was born. In season 1, episode 5 "G.
Jeannie" , while applying for recruitment into the Air Force, Jeannie clearly states her birthday as July 1, 21 B.
In the third season, this continuity was changed retroactively and Jeannie was assumed to have always been a genie. All her relatives are then also genies, including, by the fourth season, her mother also played by Barbara Eden beginning in Season 4, Episode 2 Jeannie and the Wild Pipchicks.
This may have been done to increase the similarity with Bewitched , or simply to increase the number of possible plotlines.
Whatever the reason, this new concept was retained for the rest of the series. The television film I Dream of Jeannie Fifteen Years Later reiterates most of Jeannie's first-season origin when she tells her son, Tony Jr.
No specific statement is given, however, about whether he turned her into a genie at that time or if she had been born one.
In a paperback novel I Dream of Jeannie , by Al Hine , writing pseudonymously as "Dennis Brewster", published by Pocket Books , very loosely based on the series, Jeannie in the book, her real name is revealed as "Fawzia" and her immediate family were established in the story as genies living in Tehran hundreds of years before Tony found her bottle on an island in the Persian Gulf instead of the South Pacific , as depicted on TV.
The first-season theme music was an instrumental jazz waltz written by Richard Wess. Eventually, Sidney Sheldon became dissatisfied with Wess's theme and musical score.
Episodes 20 and 25 used a rerecorded ending of "Jeannie" for the closing credits with new, longer drum breaks and a different closing riff.
The lyrics were never used in the show. Songwriters Gerry Goffin and Carole King wrote a theme, called "Jeannie", for Sidney Sheldon before the series started, but it was not used.
In the third and fourth seasons of the show, another instrumental theme by Hugo Montenegro was introduced that was played during the show's campy scenes.
Simply titled "Mischief", the theme was heard mainly on outdoor locations, showing the characters attempting to do something such as Jeannie learning to drive, Major Nelson arriving up the driveway, a monkey walking around, or reactions to Doctor Bellows.
This theme featured the accompaniment of a sideshow organ , a trombone , and electric bass. It was introduced in the first episode of season 3, "Fly Me to the Moon".
Pop Chart and was rereleased the following year with other variations of Tom's Diner, one of which was used by Nick-at-Nite for promos of its I Dream Of Jeannie reruns.
Jeannie's iconic bottle was not created for the show. The actual bottle was a special Christmas Jim Beam liquor decanter containing "Beam's Choice" bourbon whiskey.
For years, Sidney Sheldon was said to have received one as a gift and thought it would be a perfect design for the series.
Several people in the Screen Gems art department also take credit for finding the bottle. Strong evidence, however, indicates first season director Gene Nelson saw one in a liquor store and bought it, bringing it to Sheldon.
Jeannie's bottle was left in its original dark, smoke-green color, with a painted gold-leaf pattern to make it look like an antique , during the first season.
The plot description of the pilot episode in TV Guide in September referred to it as a "green bottle". In that first episode, it also looked quite rough and weathered.
Since the show was originally filmed in black and white, a lot of colors and patterns were not necessary. When the show switched to color, the show's art director came up with a brightly colored purple bottle to replace the original.
The later colorized version of the show's first season tried to make out that the smoked glass look of the original gold-leaf design is in fact purple, to match the consistent look of the bottle used in the second through fifth seasons.
The first-season bottle had a clear glass stopper that Tony took from a Old Grand-Dad Bourbon bottle in his home, as the original stopper was left behind on the beach where Tony found Jeannie.
In the first color episode, Jeannie returns to the beach, and her bottle is seen to have its original stopper painted to match the bottle , presumably retrieved by her upon her return there.
The rest of the TV series and the films used the original bottle stopper. During some close-ups, one can still see the plastic rings that hold the cork part of the stopper in place.
During the first season, in black and white, the smoke effect was usually a screen overlay of billowing smoke, sometimes combined with animation.
Early color episodes used a purely animated smoke effect. Sometime later, a live smoke pack, lifted out of the bottle on a wire, was used.
Jeannie's color-episodes bottle was painted mainly in pinks and purples, while the bottle for the Blue Djinn was a first-season design with a heavy green wash, and Jeannie's sister's bottle was simply a plain, unpainted Jim Beam bottle.
No one knows exactly how many bottles were used during the show, but members of the production have estimated that around 12 bottles were painted and used during the run of the series.
The stunt bottle used mostly for the smoke effect was broken frequently by the heat and chemicals used to produce Jeannie's smoke.
In the pilot episode, several bottles were used for the opening scene on the beach; one was drilled through the bottom for smoke, and another was used to walk across the sand and slip into Tony's pack.
Two bottles were used from promotional tours to kick off the first season, and one bottle was used for the first-season production.
Barbara Eden got to keep the color stunt bottle used on the last day of filming the final episode of the series. It was given to her by her make-up woman after the show was canceled while the show was on hiatus.
In the penultimate episode, "Hurricane Jeannie", Nelson dreams that Dr. Bellows discovers Jeannie's secret, and that Jeannie's bottle is broken when dropped.
A broken bottle is shown on camera. This was intended to be the series' final episode and is often shown that way in syndication.
On several occasions, multipart story arcs were created to serve as backgrounds for national contests. During the second season, in a story that is the focus of a two-part episode and a peripheral plot of two further episodes the "Guess Jeannie's Birthday" contest began with the opening two-part episode on November 14, , concluding with the name of the winner revealed after the end of the fourth episode, "My Master, the Great Caruso", on December 5 , it was established that Jeannie did not know her birthday, and her family members could not agree when it was, either.
The year is quickly established as 64 BC, but only Roger is privy to the exact date and he decides to make a game out of revealing it.
This date became the basis of the contest. Jeannie finally forces it out of him at the end of the fourth episode: April 1.
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I ordered a Medium, fit more like an XS, and very cheaply made. The only good thing about this bra is the very nicely made info-mercial.
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When they arrived - both were way too small! I have spent 45 minutes online "chatting" with customer service. They say that I have to pay shipping to return them and then pay to ship again if I want to order more.
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Thank God I read the reviews first as I was going to order the bras. If a lot of complaints are about sizes, why don't they update their charts as one-size certainly does not fit all and honor their free return policy.
So much for the misleading TV commercials. They have a free return and exchange policy. They will tell you you have to pay to return but according to their policy on the website it is free return and exchange.
The supervisor told me I had to pay for a return fee and exchanges were free. Not true according to their policy.
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According to their policy there is a free return and exchange policy for 60 days after receiving the items. I was returning 1 day after receiving them.
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Tried this several times. Trying to get rid of underwire bra but this bra does not lift and separate. If had a cord of some sort that would be in place of the wire it would be great.
In fact, my breast slips down. I am a sucker for trying this bra. I bought the Dream Bras, and I actually liked them. I did buy a bigger size, since I heard they come small.
They stretch and feel like I'm not wearing one. I thought if I buy them again, I would just get my reg. Only problem was when I ordered them before I checked out, a message asked if I wanted more pads.
So I said yes. It was added to my purchase price, later I received an email that pads were no longer in stock.
They said they would not charge me for them. But I know they did. Since my balance with the added pads, stayed the same. I emailed them, chatted with them to no avail.
They said they didn't include the price of the pads. But I know they did, since I went on their website to see how much is was for the 6 bras before I added the pads.
Not much but just the principle of the matter. I won't buy from them again. I followed the size chart and ordered a Medium in the Genie Dream Bra.
I'm lbs. And wear a size 6 - 8 dress. I could NOT get this bra over my head. I called for a return authorization and asked to order in a larger size.
I'm sorry I bothered. When will I ever learn not to trust infomercials?! Not only are these for very small cup, but no support whatsoever!
Not right! Are all of these reviews for the Dream by Genie Bra by Dr. I have been looking for a good fit pullover bra, I am guessing, I'm like a 44c, and haven't been able to find one.
I always have to try something on to ensure the fit, I don't like the wide bra straps. I haven't wore a bra in over 10 yrs, I always have to wear a jacket, even in degree weather, any help at all would be greatly appreciated.
Hi Lisa, I'm soon sorry that you wear a jacket in all seasons, I don't know how you can take it. But, I'm a 48E and yes its hard to find good bra's, because I'm more into the fit then the pretty.
But please go to a seamstress or someone to get measured properly because there are millions of bra's you can wear. Bless you! Hi Lisa, First of all, get fit for a bra, so that you know your real size and what you should expect in terms of fit, lift and comfort.
CH has great ideas about getting fit to avoid wearing a jacket all the time and so you can accurately purchase your size. I can tell that you haven't worn a bra in a long time.
But you said that I haven't wore a bra in 10 years, which is improper grammar. When you day you have to try things on to ensure fit, it's because you don't wear a bra, haven't been fit for one and also because you don't like thick straps, which I'm sure you'll discover are more comfortable.
Think - sports bra, nice, thick, comfortable straps. I wish you good luck. Also, help with language and grammar couldn't hurt.
That was rude and uncalled for. I think you need to reread your comment, you to have some mistakes in it and no one called you out on it. Lisa try a place call Torrid they measure you and the bras are nice a little high on prices but a great fit.
Good luck to you sweetie. Tried getting an exchange for size they flat-out refused to do it. No help from customer service even when I got moved up the line to a supervisor I was flat-out lied to.
Avoid that company at all costs unless get ripped off. Adjustable straps slide down, so the knitted material should go over the shoulder with the adjustability just on the back.
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The modesty pads are thin and can bunch when putting the bra on. They are inferior to pads I've had in other genie bras. The size chart in general for this product is poor.
The old bra sizing fit on the large, XL, 1X and 2X is so close, it doesn't matter which one you buy as there is very little difference between them.
This is equally poor. According to the chart I should buy a large. I bought an XL and glad I did. Unfortunately the fit is uncomfortable and poor.
It truly is a shame! Others have imitated the original which had the potential to be the best bra on the market. The lack of quality control made it disappointing.
This new product is not as good. Just because a doctor touts how wonderful. It is doesn't mean it is. He's not wearing it. The price on the modesty pads is ridiculous.
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