i dream of jeannie

"She was a very independent creature, very strong."
A half century ago, I Dream of Jeannie premiered on television. On September 18, 1965, a genie named Jeannie emerged from a wisp of smoke and landed into Captain Anthony Nelson's heart.
50 years ago on September 18, 1965, I Dream of Jeannie debuted on NBC. In the first episode, astronaut Capt. Anthony Nelson's
When I was coming of age back in the '70s, Andrea Dworkin described herself as a feminist, but "not the fun kind," and I understood that I was going to represent the other side of that spectrum: I was going to be a feminist, but the really fun kind.
Let's remember that Dallas, the drama that made Hagman a household name, ran on CBS from 1978-1990, and was for many of those years the highest-rated series on television. Even when it began losing steam it remained in the coveted top ten.
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On this day in 1965, "I Dream Of Jeannie" premiered to an audience already accustomed to the sight of a magic-practicing lady. (As long as she didn't expose her belly button.)
Geraniums are a great flower to sulk moodily next to. On this day in 1965, "I Dream Of Jeannie" premiered to an audience
Barbara Eden, 78, inspired serious nostalgia when she got back into her famous crop top and harem pants from the 1960s sitcom this weekend, reprising her Jeannie character at Saturday's Life Ball 2013 in Vienna. Leigh Blickley and Ellie Krupnick join Marc to discuss.
Joined by Bill Clinton and Fergie onstage, Eden addressed the crowd and even performed her classic move: a fold of the arms