I Dream of Jeannie

Season 2 Episode 7

Fastest Gun in the East

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Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Oct 24, 1966 on NBC
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Jeannie blinks Tony back in the past as marshal of Gopher Gulch, a town plagued by rustlers, when he wishes that he had lived in the Old West.

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    Hoyt Axton

    Hoyt Axton

    Bull

    Guest Star

    Fred Krone

    Fred Krone

    Al

    Guest Star

    Whit Bissell

    Whit Bissell

    Horace

    Guest Star

    Bill Daily

    Bill Daily

    Major Roger Healey

    Recurring Role

    Barton MacLane

    Barton MacLane

    General Peterson

    Recurring Role

    Hayden Rorke

    Hayden Rorke

    Dr. Alfred Bellows

    Recurring Role

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      • The name of the western town Tony suddenly finds himself "Marshal" of, is Gopher Junction, NOT "Gopher Gulch" [that's where the "Go-Go Gophers" lived and made mischief in, during the 1966-'67 season of "THE UNDERDOG SHOW" on CBS].

      • This was the FIRST episode to be filmed in color, and was produced at the tail end of the first season's production schedule [January 1966]. NBC wanted to see what the show would look like in color, and Screen Gems FINALLY allowed Sidney Sheldon the extra $300 he insisted he needed to film each episode in color, beginning with this episode.

        Even though Barbara Eden appears at the end of the episode in the "color" harem costume she'd wear for the rest of the series, her make-up is still "thickened" for black and white filming.

      • More Hoyt Axton trivia: his mother wrote Elvis Presley's first smash-hit for the RCA label, "Heartbreak Hotel".

      • Hoyt Axton would later become a famous songwriter with such songs as "Joy to the World" (which was a huge number-one hit for the group Three Dog Night", "The Pusher" (covered by Steppenwolf) and "The No No Song" (which became a hit for Ringo Starr).

      • Bill Daly and Hayden Roarke do not appear in this episode.

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