I Dream of Jeannie - The Complete Series
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Your Wish is Our Command!
All 139 episodes filled with hilarious blinks!
With the blink of her eyes and a nod of her head, Barbara Eden will make your wishes come true in I Dream Of Jeannie: The Complete Series.
Enjoy all 139 episodes in their original broadcast presentation including the first season in black and white on this 12-disc collection that re-introduces Larry Hagman as Captain Anthony Tony Nelson, an astronaut who finds himself Master to a beautiful and crafty genie (Eden) whom he unknowingly releases from a bottle. Together, he and Jeannie are a magical match. Packed with some of television's brightest guest stars, I Dream Of Jeannie is the beloved must-own comedy series that will have you dreaming of TV's Golden Age.
Contents Include the Following and MORE:
The Lady in the Bottle
Guess What Happened on the Way to the Moon
Jeannie and the Marriage Caper
The Yacht Murder Case
Anybody Here Seen Jeannie?
The Americanization of Jeannie
The Moving Finger
Djinn and Water
Whatever Became to Baby Custer?
Where'd You Go Go?
What House Across the Street
Too Many Tonys
Get Me to Mecca on Time
The Richest Astronaut in the Whole Wide World
Is There an Extra Genie in the House?
Never Try to Outsmart a Genie
Always on Sunday
My Master, the Rich Tycoon
My Master, the Rainmaker
My Wild-Eyed Master
What's New, Poodle Dog?
Fastest Gun in the East
How to Be a Genie in 10 Easy Lessons
Who Needs a Green Eyed Genie?
The Girl Who Never Had a Birthday (1)
The Girl Who Never Had a Birthday (2)
How Do You Beat Superman?
My Master, the Great Caruso
The Greatest Lover in the World
Jeannie Breaks the Bank
My Master, the Author
The Greatest Invention in the World
Fly Me to the Moon
Jeannie or the Tiger
The Second Greatest Con Artist in the World
My Turned On Master
My Master, the Weakling
Jeannie, the Hip Hippie
Everybody's a Movie Star
Who Are You Calling a Genie?
Meet My Master's Mother
Here Comes Bootsie Nightingale
Jeannie and the Great Bank Robbery
My Son, the Genie
Jeannie Goes to Honolulu
Jeannie and the Wild Pipchicks
Tomorrow Is Not Another Day
Have You Heard The One About The Used Car Salesman
Djinn, Djinn, Go Home
The Best Man in the World
Jeannie and the Top Secret Secret
How to Marry an Astronaut
Dr. Bellows Goes Sane
Jeannie, The Guru
The Case of My Vanishing Master: Part 1
Jeannie at the Piano
Djinn, Djinn, the Pied Piper
Guess Who's Going to Be a Bride?: Part 1
Guess Who's Going to Be a Bride?: Part 2
Jeannie's Beauty Cream
Jeannie and the Bachelor Party
The Blood of Jeannie
I'll See You in C-U-B-A
Jeannie & The Mad Home Wrecker
My Sister, the Homewrecker
Jeannie, the Matchmaker
Never Put a Genie on a Budget
Please Don't Give My Jeannie No More Wine
One of Our Hotels Is Growing
The Solid Gold Jeannie
Mrs. Djinn Djinn
Jeannie and the Curious Kid
Jeannie the Recording Secretary
Help, Help! A Shark
Eternally Yours, Jeannie
An Astronaut in Sheep's Clothing
One Jeannie Beats Four of a Kind
The Chili King
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First, the Disks come in a cheap, flimsy box and the disks are inserted in cardboard sleeves.
Second, I wondered how they managed to squeeze 10 episodes on each disk. The answer is that they lowered the bitrate of the videos to shrink down the file size of each video. Which, in turn made the videos play at a lower quality. Mill Creek Entertainment is known for taking old video files, the same ones placed on VHS tapes and dumping them on to DVD disk. They do this with their DVD movies all the time. DVD disks produced by Mill Creek Video should be avoided at all costs. Next time you shop for a DVD and it is one made by Mill Creek Entertainment, look at the box and if it does not prominently show what the aspect ratio of the movie(s) are, chances it is an old video file dumped on a DVD disk and not a new digital transfer. 16:9 anamorphic widescreen is generally the newer transfers for movies that were originally filmed in widescreen. If it cleverly does not list the aspect ratio, you are being deceived.
To start off, the dvds come in a cheap, flimsy box and the disks are set inside scratchy, cardboard sleeves. Second, each show is cheaply stretched to appear that it's widescreen, but any amateur eye can tell it's not been modified correctly. Then to make it worse, for some reason the lighting has been lowered and more color has been added to compensate for the whole mess.
It's the old saying. Spend cheap, get cheap.
While they are still available, best to buy this original show on dvd, one season at a time. I do understand that the first season was originally in black and white as it is on this cheap box set, but it would be way better to get it in color when buying season one. If you could care less on quality or resolution and "dirt cheap" is you, then this would be right up your alley.
Also you can still get this full season 1-5 collection in a more stunning quality box set here on Amazon.com
In fact, I absolutely flew through The first few seasons of the show, at first. I couldn't stop watching!
I fell in love with the show as a kid, when I watched it on Nick at Night. I am now 29.
There were some previous complaints about the packaging, but it has since been re-done in a way that I think is very efficient. Attaching photos.