I Dream of Jeannie

Season 2 Episode 13

My Master, the Great Caruso

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Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Dec 05, 1966 on NBC
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General Peterson hears about Tony's great voice and enters him in a talent show. The voice is actually Enrico Caruso's given to him by Jeannie. Tony had made her take it back, but he has to go through the talent show without his Caruso voice because he had made Jeannie promise not to give it to him. While he tries to sing, Roger saves Tony by reminding Jeannie that she can give Tony any other voice except Caruso's.moreless

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    Frank DeVol

    Frank DeVol

    Hennessy

    Guest Star

    Arthur Peterson

    Arthur Peterson

    General Brill

    Guest Star

    Bill Daily

    Bill Daily

    Major Roger Healey

    Recurring Role

    Barton MacLane

    Barton MacLane

    General Peterson

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    Hayden Rorke

    Hayden Rorke

    Dr. Alfred Bellows

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      • When this episode originally aired on NBC, this was the end to a "Guess Jeannie's Birthday" contest that had begun with the episode "The Girl Who Never Had A Birthday" on November 14th, 1966. Viewers were invited to guess her birthdate by sending in a postcard [why do you think Roger was giving out so many hints?], with a "Grand Prize" awarded to the first one who sent in the correct entry. The contest ended two days after the episode "How Do You Beat Superman?", on November 30th. The correct answer {"April 1st"} was revealed at the end of "My Master, the Great Caruso" on December 5th, and the winning entry was announced during the closing credits of that episode on NBC.

      • Jeannie blinks Tony's voice at the talent contest from Caruso's voice to a female opera singer's voice then to a sultry band singer's voice and then at the end to singing in Betty Boop's voice.

      • Even though the 'Birthday' episodes are officially listed two episodes earlier, the mystery is actually resolved at the end of *this* episode with Roger blurting out the answer ("April 1st!") after Jeannie blinks him into a mummy's tomb.

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