I Dream of Jeannie

Season 3 Episode 6

Jeannie, the Hip Hippie

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Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Oct 17, 1967 on NBC
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Jeannie, the Hip Hippie
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Tony is forced to cancel his first vacation in years in order to help Mrs. Bellows find a group to play at a charity bizarre. Jeannie then decides to help by putting together a band herself. Unfortunately, they can't play a note, until Jeannie blinks them some musical ability.moreless

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    Steve O'Reilly

    Steve O'Reilly

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    William Lewis

    William Lewis

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    Bobby Hart

    Bobby Hart

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    Bill Daily

    Bill Daily

    Major Roger Healey

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    Hayden Rorke

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    Dr. Alfred Bellows

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    Amanda Bellows

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      • The songs that Boyce & Hart "perform" in the episode, "Girl, I'm Out To Get You" and "Out and About" (their first Top 40 hit), were taken from their debut album on A & M records, "Test Patterns" (Mono/LP-126, Stereo/SP-4126), which was released over a month before this episode was originally aired.

      • This was the first episode written by Sidney Sheldon under his second alias, "Christopher Golato".

      • Boyce and Hart would also guest star as themselves in an episode of "Bewitched" entitled "Serena Stops the Show".

      • Boyce and Hart not only wrote songs for the Monkees. They also had hits themselves. Their biggest hit was "I Wonder What She's Doing Tonight". They also wrote the theme for the third film in the "Matt Helm" series, "The Ambushers".

      • Record producer Phil Spector has a brief cameo in this episode.

      • In the scene where Jeannie is recruiting the band, the song playing in the background is an instrumental version of "Last Train to Clarksville". Of course, this was the first of many hit singles that Boyce and Hart wrote for the Monkees.

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