I Dream of Jeannie switches from black and white to color as the series enters its second season, enabling magical heroine Jeannie (Barbara Eden) to convey her various mood swings via the color of the smoke emanating from the bottle where she resides. Otherwise, it's the mixture as before: Astronaut Tony Nelson (Larry Hagman) does his best to hide the fact that a genuine genie is living on his property; Tony's buddy Roger (Bill Daily) continues to try to capitalize on Jeannie's unique skills in order to fatten his bank account; and base psychiatrist Dr. Bellows (Hayden Rorke) is more determined than ever to prove that the strange occurrences in the Nelson household are proof that Tony is a few bricks shy of a full load. This season, the long-suffering Bellows is given an equally long-suffering wife named Amanda, played by skilled comic actress Emmaline Henry). The season opener "Happy Anniversary" features Michael Ansara, then the husband of series star Barbara Eden, as the Blue Djinn, who first trapped Jeannie in her bottle 2500 years ago. Other guest stars include Paul Lynde as a confused IRS agent in "My Master the Rich Tycoon"; veteran Hollywood musical arranger Frank DeVol in "My Master, the Great Caruso"; Butch Patrick, fresh from two seasons of The Munsters, as Dr. Bellows' bratty nephew in "My Master the Author"; and a cameo appearance by series creator Sidney Sheldon's longtime friend Groucho Marx in "Greatest Invention in the World". Also, this season features the series' first two-part episode, "The Girl Who Never Had a Birthday", in which Jeannie is in danger of disappearing forever because of the dilemma elucidated in the episode's title. ~ Hal Erickson
The following is the same as for Jeannie S1 because the same flaws exist.
I bought this Mill Creek release to replace a damaged copy of the Sony release. This literal cheap imitation lacks the outer slip cover and the episode synopses. It also stacks the discs, rather than pits them in individual slots as in the Sony release.
I bought this online and would not have done do had I know what I was getting.
No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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