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Antenor S. Camargo Says, in 1-15-2010 at 00:53:21 from     

I bought this I dream of Jeannie set and it is just great. I received it very fast and the quality is super. I recommend.
Rating: 5 / 5

Verushka Sosa Says, in 1-15-2010 at 02:42:57 from     

It’s wonderful to have old TV series in DVD so you can watch them over and over again.
Rating: 5 / 5

Norma Martinez Says, in 1-15-2010 at 04:08:27 from     

id love to buy the whole series at once, instead of waiting for each seprate release, but how is this possible, does anyone own the whole series, please leave feedback for the rest of us !!!!!!
Rating: 5 / 5

Boo Cross Says, in 1-15-2010 at 06:18:43 from     

Sony is following the same formula as the first 2 Bewitched releases: released in original Black and White and Colour. Buy just one version or both!

The Complete First Season will be in stores March 14th.

It contains all 30 episodes of Season One with the original theme music and animated opening sequence! These were changed for consecutive seasons.

– 4 DVDs

– 780 Minutes

– Full Frame

– Audio: English, Spanish, Portuguese and Japanese

– Subtitles: Spanish, Portuguese and Japanese

The Second Season, which was filmed in colour, will be released in time for the remake Jeannie film in September, starring SNL’s Jimmy Fallon as Major Anthony Nelson.

There are extras included in this set:

– commentaries by Larry Hagman, Barbara Eden and Bill Daly

– a featurette containing interviews

The First Season has many guest stars, including:

– Richard Kiel

– Mako

– Alice Pearce (Bewitched)

– Dabney Coleman

– Billy Mumy (Lost in Space)

– Bernard Fox (Bewitched)

– Elizabeth MacRae

– Jamie Farr

– Maureen McCormick

– Vic Tayback

– Chuck Yeager (the fist man to fly at mach speed!)

Rating: 5 / 5

Robert H. Patrick Says, in 1-15-2010 at 06:23:48 from     

This is the TV version of I Dream of Jeannie; there is a “later release” by Sony; this release is by Screen Gems; this has “TV Land” in the lower part of the screen; both are the same except the Sony release is not the TV version.

Excellent job Screen Gems!
Rating: 5 / 5

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