I Dream Of Jeannie: Season 4 clip - starring Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke.
I Dream Of Jeannie clip - starring Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke.
Rapid fire dialogue and TV-style camera, as comedian Jerry Biffle (Phil Silvers) and his crew (Herbie Faye, Joey Faye, Jack Albertson) explain fundamentals of comedy in the movie version of Silvers' Broadway show Top Banana, 1954.
Johnny Mercer music and lyrics in the opening number, from Phil Silvers' movie adaptation of his hit Broadway show about the egotistical TV comic Jerry Biffle, Top Banana, 1954.
Phil Silvers (as un-hinged TV comic Jerry Biffle) with his posse (Herbie Faye, Joey Faye, Jack Albertson, Johnny Coy) performs the Johnny Mercer title tune in the 1954 movie version of Silvers' stage hit Top Banana.
Quick thinking TV comic Jerry Biffle (Phil Silvers) deals with an unhappy sponsor with help from lackeys (Joey Faye, Herbie Faye) in the movie adaptation of Silvers' Broadway hit Top Banana, 1954.
Out of work and forced to take hotel kitchen jobs, song and dance team Candy, Flo, Duke and Hap (Doris Day, Nancy Walker, Phil Silvers and Eddie Foy Jr.,) with a number by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster, Leroy Prinz with choreography, in the Warner Bros. musical Lucky Me, 1954.
Warner Bros. opens with Miami location shots, joining Doris Day on the soundstage in Hollywood's first wide-screen musical, the song by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster, Leroy Prinz choreography, Jack Donohue directing, in Lucky Me, 1954, also starring Robert Cummings and Phil Silvers.
After she caused him to wreck his car, the rest of the cute meet between composer Brad (Robert Cummings) and superstitious trouper Candy (Doris Day), who is stuck working in a Miami hotel, his identity duly mistaken, in the first wide-screen musical, from Warner Bros., Lucky Me, 1954.
Doris Day as showgirl 'Candy,' tune by Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster, pitching for composer boyfriend Brad (Robert Cummings) to financier Thayer (Bill Goodwin), the brunette extra in evening gown, jacket and gloves Angie Dickinson, in her first movie scene, Warner Bros. Lucky Me, 1954.
Rosemary's Baby -- Trailer for Rosemary's Baby
Rosemary's Baby -- The story of a loving young New York City couple who are expecting their first child. Like most first-time mothers, Rosemary (Mia Farrow) experiences confusion and fear. Her husband (John Cassavetes), an ambitious but unsuccessful actor, makes a pact with the devil that promises to send his career skyward.
"Jeannie and her master Tony finally tie the knot and get married in this hilarious fifth season of I Dream of Jeannie. Aside from planning their wedding Jeannie sends Tony into orbit with a cold, she gets to keep her Jeannie dog Djinn Djinn, and her sister returns much to Jeannie's dismay. Catch all 30 of this classic episodes form this classic comedy.
While stranded on a desert island after a spacecraft malfunction, astronaut Tony Nelson comes across a strange bottle lying in the sand. Imagine his surprise when out pops a real genie! Dedicating her services to her newfound master, "Jeannie" follows Tony back home where she uses her dazzling abilities to try to please him ... most often with the exact opposite result!
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