I Dream of Jeannie

Season 1 Episode 26

My Master, the Great Rembrandt

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Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Mar 19, 1966 on NBC
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For NASA charity auction, Tony paints a copy of Rembrandt's famous 1658 self portrait. He uses his own signature to denote it was a copy and not the authentic article. Jeannie sees her master's work and decides he's quite a painter. Unbenownst to Tony, however, she blinks the original article (that was hanging in the Louvre in Paris) in place of the faux painting. Two art experts buy the painting for $300,000, and that's where the real problems start. Seems they're suspicious about the painting Tony had donated, since the Rembrant self-portrait bears quite a resemblance to the real thing! Of course, Tony is unable to explain what he believes happened, and Dr. Bellows gives him 24 hours to come up with a plausable explanation or face felony theft, forgery and grand larceny charges. While Dr. Bellows invites a world-renowned art expert to inspect the Rembrant painting, Tony demands that Jeannie fix the mess her mischief got him into. Jeannie decides to pose as the elderly art expert, who declares the painting a copy. All's well that ends well, right? Not quite, as Tony and Dr. Bellows barely manages to convince the real art expert his services were no longer needed.moreless

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Booth Colman

Booth Colman

Dean Geller

Guest Star

E.J. André

E.J. André

Pierre Millay

Guest Star

Jonathan Hole

Jonathan Hole

Van Weesen

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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