CTVA US Comedy - "Hey, Jeannie!" (Four Star/CBS)(1956-57) Jeannie Carson

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Hey, Jeannie! (1956-57)(format 1)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
contributions by:
Tom Alger, Jim Brent,  John King,  David Blake
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Four Star-Tartan production // Jeannie Productions
for
CBS (Saturdays 9.30pm EST)
Re-run on ABC in Summer 1960 under the series title "Jeannie Carson"
Created and Produced by
Charles Isaacs

US Comedy series  1956-57   26 x 30 min bw (format 1) (CBS)
plus 1958   6 episodes x 30 min bw (format 2)(syndication)
UK 1Dec56-26May57 (27 episodes shown on BBC)
starring:
Jeannie Carson
as Jeannie MacLennan
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins as Al Murray
Jane Dulo as Liz Murray (Al's Sister)

Premise: Format 1: Jeannie MacLennan, a Scots girl in New York helps a taxi cab driver.
Format 2: Jeannie becomes an Airline Stewardess

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CBS Saturdays 9:30 pm Eastern (8Sep56-4May57)

1.01 [--] Hey, Jeannie: JEANNIE, THE CAB DRIVER  (verified on film)
(c) 1956 Four Star-Tartan prod. no. 4
8Sep56 CBS Sat
Created and Produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by Stanley Shapiro and Fred Fox
Directed by Les Goodwins (NOT Leslie on this episode)
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray); Jane Dulo (as Liz Murray)
Guest Cast:
John Eldredge ........ Man in Cab
Frank Jenks .......... 1st Umpire
William Haade ........ 2nd Umpire
Frank Sully .......... Officer
Ralph Manza .......... Harry
Ken Christy .......... Mr. Shaefer (Al's boss at the Cab Company)
(Actress who played Kitty, despatcher at the Cab Company - not credited)
*
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Art Direction, Duncan Cramer
Music Supervision by: MSI Spencer-Hagen
Director of Photography, George E. Diskant, A.S.C.
Production Supervisor, Lloyd Richards
Associate Producer, William Redmond
Edited by Samuel E. Beetley, A.C.E.
Assistant Director, Jack Sonntag
Makeup Artist, Karl Herlinger
Set Dresser, Budd S. Friend
Draperies by William R. Garrett

Synopsis:
Al, the cab driver, goes AWOL from his job to attend a baseball game. When
his boss starts looking for him, Jeannie tries to help out by hiding Al's cab.
Jeannie sings: "Take me out to the Ball Game" (with Allen Jenkins) &
"Phil, the fluter's Ball" (Irish traditional)


1.02 [--] The Jeannie Carson Show: THE WITNESS (verified on film)
Four Star-Tartan Prod. no. 7
15Sep56 CBS Sat (Network re-run 23Mar57)
Created and Produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by Nate Monaster
Directed by James Kern
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray); Jane Dulo (Liz Murray)
Guest Cast:
Don Beddoe ............ Hornblower
Addison Richards ...... Judge
Harry Antrim .......... Snowden
Lester Dorr ........... Bailiff
*
Editorial Supervisor - Bernard Burton
Art Direction - Duncan Cramer
Musical Supervision - MSI Spencer-Hagen
Director of Photography - George E. Diskant, A.S.C
Production Supervisor - Lloyd Richards
Associate Producer - William Redmond
Edited by Desmond Marquette, A.C.E.
Assistant Director - Jack Sonntag
Makeup Artist - Karl Herlinger
Set Decorations - Budd S. Friend
Draperies by William R. Garrett
Synopsis:
Jeannie witnesses an automobile collision. She is contacted by the
attorneys for both drivers, who want her to say it was the other
one's fault. When the case comes to court, it looks as though the
Scottish girl's "complete" honesty is going to boomerang on both
drivers.
Jeannie Sings "A Wee Doc and Doris"
(Syndicated rerun: 25Aug60 KOMO-4; Seattle, Washington, Thursday at 8:00pm)

 1.03 [--] Hey, Jeannie: THE PAUL REVERE SHOW (verified on film)
Four Star-Tartan prod. no. 27
22Sep56 CBS Sat
Created and Produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by Charles Isaacs and Jack Elinson
Directed by Les Goodwins (NOT Leslie on this episode)
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray); Jane Dulo (as Liz Murray)
Guest Cast:
William Tannen ........ Paul Revere
Rodney Bell ........... 1st Committee Man
Tom Fadden ............ Proprietor
Tom Kennedy ........... Collector
*
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Art Direction, Duncan Cramer
Music Supervision by: MSI Spencer-Hagen
Director of Photography, George E. Diskant, A.S.C.
Production Supervisor, Lloyd Richards
Associate Producer, William Redmond
Edited by Desmond Marquette, A.C.E.
Assistant Director, Mark Evans
Art Director, John Ewing
Makeup Artist, Karl Herlinger
Set Decorations, Budd S. Friend
Draperies by William R. Garrett

Synopsis:
Jeannie persuades Al to drive her to Boston so she can participate
in the annual ceremonies commemorating the ride of Paul Revere.
Jeannie sings: "Baa Baa Black Sheep"

[04] Hey, Jeannie: THE STOCKBROKER
prod.no. 18
29Sep56 CBS
An eavesdropping misunderstands a conversation between Jeannie and
her stockbroker. When Jeannie buys one share of stock in a steel firm,
rumors eventually reach the head of the company that she is fronting
for a syndicate which plans to take over the whole corporation.
(Network re-run 30Mar57)

[--] 6Oct56 CBS Pre-empted for "Ford Star Jubilee"

 1.05 [--] The Jeannie Carson Show JEANNIE'S HERE (pilot show)  (verified on film)
Four Star-Tartan prod. no. 12 (according to copyright notice)
13Oct56 CBS Sat
Created and Produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by Charles Isaacs
Directed by John Rich
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray); Jane Dulo (as Liz Murray)
Guest Cast:
Jack Albertson ........ Immigration Man
Hugh Sanders .......... John Martin
Joe Devlin ............ N.Y. Policeman
Peter Leeds ........... N.J. Policeman
Dave Appolon .......... Mandolin Player
Dick Wessel ........... Trucker
*
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Art Direction, Duncan Cramer
Music Supervision by: MSI Spencer-Hagen
Production Supervisor, Lloyd Richards
Director of Photography, Nick Musuraca, A.S.C
Associate Producer, William Redmond
Art Director, Al Goodman
Edited by Desmond Marquette, A.C.E.
Assistant Director, Frank Baur
Makeup by Kiva
Set Decoration, Budd S. Friend
Draperies by William R. Garrett

Synopsis 1:
The Scottish immigrant girl pauses to reminisce about her first meeting with
cabbie Al Murray and the good fortune she's had since arriving in this country.
Synopsis 2:
Jeannie MacLennan, newly arrived from Scotland, is so overjoyed at being in the U.S.
that she stops traffic on the George Washington Bridge. A nonplussed taxi driver
who comes to her rescue soon finds himself named as her sponsor.
Jeannie sings: "I Feel a Song Coming On"

1.06 [--] Hey, Jeannie: JEANNIE GOES TO WASHINGTON (verified on film)
Four Star-Tartan prod. no. 21
20Oct56 CBS Sat
Created and Produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by Jack Elinson and Charles Stewart
Directed by Leslie Goodwins
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray) (Jane Dulo - NOT in this episode)
Guest Cast:
Herb Vigran .......... Bus Driver
Jack Mulhall ......... Senator Fuller
Jim Cross ............ Clerk
Jack Jones ........... Pilot
Phil Arnold .......... Little Man
*
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Art Direction, Duncan Cramer
Music Supervision by: MSI Spencer-Hagen
Production Supervisor, Lloyd Richards
Associate Producer, William Redmond
Director of Photography, Guy Roe, A.S.C
Edited by Samuel E. Beetley, A.C.E.
Assistant Director, Jack Sonntag
Art Director, Charles Clarke
Makeup Artist, Karl Herlinger
Set Decoration, Ralph Hurst
Draperies by William R. Garrett
Synopsis:
Jeannie wins a trip to the Nation's capital be selling more doughnuts
than any of the other salesgirls in the shop. In Washington she
completely befuddles a guide with her profound knowledge of American
history.
Jeannie sings: "Everytime"

  1.07 [--] Hey, Jeannie: JEANNIE IN GREENWICH VILLAGE (verified on film)
Four Star-Tartan prod. no. 10
27Oct56 CBS Sat
Created and Produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by Jack Elinson and Charles Stewart
Directed by Leslie Goodwins
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray); Jane Dulo (as Liz Murray)
Special Guest:
Hans Conried .............. Rodney St. Roman
Guest Cast:
Isabelle Dwan ............. Mrs. Harris
Robert F. Shield ......... Homer Swift
Arlen Stuart .............. Food Demonstrator
*
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Art Direction, Duncan Cramer
Music Supervision by: MSI Spencer-Hagen
Director of Photography, George E. Diskant, A.S.C.
Production Supervisor, Lloyd Richards
Associate Producer, William Redmond
Edited by Lester Orlebeck
Assistant Director, Jack Sonntag
Makeup Artist, Karl Herlinger
Set Decorations, Budd S. Friend
Draperies by William R. Garrett

Synopsis:
Jeannie feels she's costing Al and Liz too much money, and leaves to
find her own apartment in Greenwich Village. An eccentric artist gives
Jeannie a lesson in how to eat though broke.
Jeannie sings "When we're Alone"

[--] 3Nov56 CBS Pre-empted for "Ford Star Jubilee"

1.08 [--] Hey, Jeannie: JEANNIE, THE CADDY (verified on film)
(c) 1956 Four Star-Tartan prod. no. 13
10Nov56 CBS Sat (Network Repeat 6Apr57)
Created and Produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by Stanley Shapiro and Fred Fox
Directed by Leslie Goodwins
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray); Jane Dulo (as Liz Murray)
Guest Cast:
Tudor Owen ........... Angus MacDonald
Parley Baer .......... Anderson
Frank Wilcox ......... Reagan
Frankie Darro ........ First Caddy
Joan Sudlow .......... Mary
*
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Art Direction, Duncan Cramer
Music Supervision by: MSI Spencer-Hagen
Production Supervisor, Lloyd Richards
Associate Producer, William Redmond
Director of Photography, Frank Redman, A.S.C
Edited by Desmond Marquette, A.C.E.
Assistant Director, Jack Sonntag
Makeup Artist, Karl Herlinger
Set Decorations, Budd S. Friend
Draperies by William R. Garrett
Synopsis:
In an attempt to help Angus MacDonald reunite with his fiance of
25 years, Jeannie lands a job as a golf caddy. Little does it matter
to the Scotch lass that she knows nothing at all about the game because
Angus manufactures golf clubs which are real winners.
Jeannie sings: "The Pastures of your Heart"

1.09 [--] Hey, Jeannie: THE MacLENNAN HEX (verified on film)
Four Star-Tartan prod. no. 26
17Nov56 CBS Sat
Created and Produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by Stanley Shapiro and Fred Fox
Directed by Leslie Goodwins
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray); Jane Dulo (as Liz Murray)
Guest Cast:
Will Wright .......... McGlish
George E. Stone ...... Evil Eye
Paul Cavanagh ........ Wilson
Don Shelton .......... Parker
Mason Curry .......... Bixby
*
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Art Direction, Duncan Cramer
Music Supervision by: MSI Spencer-Hagen
Director of Photography, George E. Diskant, A.S.C
Production Supervisor, Lloyd Richards
Associate Producer, William Redmond
Edited by Desmond Marquette, A.C.E.
Assistant Director, Jack Sonntag
Makeup Artist, Karl Herlinger
Set Decorations, Budd S. Friend
Draperies by William R. Garrett

Synopsis:
Jeannie finds it necessary to hex one of Al's passengers because he
is threatening the cabbie's chances of winning his company's courteous
-driver award.
Jeannie sings "When you're Smiling"

1.10 [--] Hey, Jeannie: THE ROCK 'N' ROLL KID *****  (verified on film)
(one of the best episodes - with a good moral)
(c) Four Star-Tartan prod. no. 17
24Nov56 CBS Sat
Created and Produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by William Manhoff
Directed by Leslie Goodwins
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray); Jane Dulo (as Liz Murray)
Guest Cast:
Jerry Paris .......... Joe Grady
Peggy Maley .......... Boo Boo
Glenn Turnbull ....... Dancer
*
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Art Direction, Duncan Cramer
Music Supervision by: MSI Spencer-Hagen
Director of Photography, George E. Diskant, A.S.C
Production Supervisor, Lloyd Richards
Associate Producer, William Redmond
Edited by Desmond Marquette, A.C.E.
Assistant Director, Jack Sonntag
Makeup Artist, Karl Herlinger
Set Decorations, Budd S. Friend
Draperies by William R. Garrett

Synopsis:
A rock 'n' roller digs Jeannie the most and tries to convert her to
the cult. Jeannie finds herself mixed up in a floorshow at a local
night club.
Jeannie sings "Don't Ask For More"

 1.11 [--] Hey, Jeannie: THE LOST JACKET (verified on film)
(c)1956 Four Star-Tartan prod. no. 1
1Dec56 CBS Sat
Created and Produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by Warren Spector and Frank Fox
Directed by Leslie Goodwins
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray); Jane Dulo (as Liz Murray)
Special Guest :
Dick Long (aka Richard Long "The Big Valley")
Guest Cast:
Emory Parnell ....... Plain-Clothes Man
Dick Ryan ........... Butler
Charles Victor ...... Salesman
Juney Ellis ......... Miss Jackson
*
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Art Direction, Duncan Cramer
Music Supervision by: MSI Spencer-Hagen
Director of Photography, George E. Diskant, A.S.C.
Production Supervisor, Lloyd Richards
Associate Producer, William Redmond
Edited by Lester Orlebeck
Assistant Director, Jack Sonntag
Makeup Artist, Karl Herlinger
Set Decorations, Budd S. Friend
Draperies by William R. Garrett
Synopsis:
Jeannie buys Al a jacket meant as a birthday gift. But before she can
present it to him, she loses it, and later learns a strange man
claimed the jacket at the cab's lost and found department.
Jeannie sings "Who Cares?"

1.12 [--] The Jeannie Carson Show: THE DONUT SHOW (verified on film)
a.k.a. DONUT MACHINE
Four Star-Tartan prod. no. 9
8Dec56 CBS Saturday 9:30pm
Created and Produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by Jack Elinson and Charles Stewart
Directed by Leslie Goodwins
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray); Jane Dulo (as Liz Murray)
Guest Cast:
Claude Stroud ........ Mr. Simpson
Hazel Shermet ........ Gladys
Enrique Valadez ...... Spanish Dancer
*
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Art Direction, Duncan Cramer
Music Supervision by: MSI Spencer-Hagen
Director of Photography, George E. Diskant, A.S.C.
Production Supervisor, Lloyd Richards
Associate Producer, William Redmond
Edited by Samuel E. Beetley, A.C.E.
Assistant Director, Jack Sonntag
Makeup Artist, Karl Herlinger
Set Decorations, Budd S. Friend
Draperies by William R. Garrett

Synopsis 1:
Jeannie takes a job at a doughnut shop in Times Sqaure. She finds it
not at all to her liking until the shop owner initiates a sales contest.
She puts on her own Broadway show in the shop window to win the prize
- a trip to Washington D.C.
(7Jul60 ABC re-run Thur 9:00pm under the series title "Jeannie Carson")
Jeannie sings "Will ye no come back again", "If you knew Suzi"
"Mad dogs and Englishmen"


1.13 [--] The Jeannie Carson Show: THE PROPRIETOR (verified on film)
Four Star-Tartan prod. no. 24
15Dec56 CBS Sat (Network repeat 20Apr57)
Created and Produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by Stanley Shapiro and Fred Fox
Directed by Leslie Goodwins
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray); Jane Dulo (as Liz Murray)
Guest Cast:
Philip Ahn ............. Wong
Sammee Tong ............ Lee
Ray Parsons ............ Man
Madge Cleveland ........ Woman
*
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Art Direction, Duncan Cramer
Music Supervision by: MSI Spencer-Hagen
Director of Photography, George E. Diskant, A.S.C.
Production Supervisor, Lloyd Richards
Associate Producer, William Redmond
Edited by Bernard Matis
Assistant Director, Jack Sonntag
Makeup Artist, Karl Herlinger
Set Decorations, Armor E. Goetten
Draperies by William R. Garrett

Synopsis:
Al and Liz come into a small inheritance and decide to invest the
money in a Chinese restaurant. Jeannie wants to help out too, so they
install her as manager.
Jeannie Sings: "Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond"

1.14 [--] Hey, Jeannie: JEANNIE, THE COOK (verified on film -DB)
(c) 1956 Four Star-Tartan prod. no. 14
22Dec56 CBS Sat 9:30pm
Created and Produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by Charles Isaacs
Directed by James Kern
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray); Jane Dulo (as Liz Murray)
Guest Cast:
Rolfe Sedan ........... Joseph Barron
Helen Kleeb ........... Irene Barron
Leon M. Lontoc ........ Tommy
Jack Rice ............. Agency man
Tommy Duran ........... Boy
Tristam Coffin ........ Michael Randolph
Ralph Sanford ......... Policeman
*
Editorial Supervisor - Bernard Burton
Art Direction - Duncan Cramer
Music Supervision - MSI spencer-hagen
Production Supervisor - Lloyd Richards
Director of Photography - Joe Novak, A.S.C.
Associate Producer - William Redmond
Edited by Desmond Marquette, A.C.E.
Assistant Director - Jack Sonntag
Makeup Artist - Karl Herlinger
Set Decoration - Budd S. Friend
Draperies by William R. Garrett

Synopsis:
In a mix-up at the employment agency, Jeannie is mistakenly
referred to a private home as a cook. Confusion piles up when she is called
upon to serve an important formal dinner.
Jeannie sings: "I Wanna be Happy"


1.15 [--] Hey, Jeannie: JEANNIE GETS HOMESICK (verified on film)
Four Star-Tartan prod. no. 3
29Dec56 CBS Sat
Created and Produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by Jack Elinson and Charles Stewart
Directed by Leslie Goodwins
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray); Jane Dulo (as Liz Murray)
Guest Cast:
Dickie Henderson ........ Bruce
Tudor Owen .............. Scotty
Peter Leeds ............. Officer
Henry Kulky ............. Guy No. 1
Pat Comiskey ............ Guy No. 2
Richard Lupino .......... Man
Irene Lang .............. Girl
Helen Mayon ............. Mrs. Dean
*
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Art Direction, Duncan Cramer
Music Supervision by: MSI Spencer-Hagen
Director of Photography, George E. Diskant, A.S.C
Production Supervisor, Lloyd Richards
Associate Producer, William Redmond
Edited by Bernard Matis
Assistant Director, Jack Sonntag
Makeup Artist, Karl Herlinger
Set Decorations, Budd S. Friend
Draperies by William R. Garrett

Synopsis:
Jeannie gets homesick and Al and Liz try to cure her by importing a
troupe of bagpipe players and a sailor with a Scottish accent.
Jeannie Sings "My one and only Highland Fling"

1.16 [--] The Jeannie Carson Show: JEANNIE, THE BIG SISTER (verified on film)
(c) 1957 Four Star-Tartan prod. no. 8. Jeannie Productions
5Jan57 CBS Sat
original airdate unknown
Created and Produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by Stanley Shapiro and Fred Fox
Directed by Leslie Goodwins
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray); Jane Dulo (Liz Murray)
Guest Cast:
Nestor Paiva ........... Gino
Danny Richards, Jr. ..... Joey (Gino's son)
Eddie Ryder ............. Fingers
Tom Brown .............. Conway (Immigration bureau)
Bob Shield ............. Webster
*
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Art Direction, Duncan Cramer
Music Supervision by: MSI Spencer-Hagen
Production Supervisor, Frank Baur
Associate Producer, William Redmond
Director of Photography, Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Edited by Beranrd Matis
Assistant Director, Jack Sonntag
Makeup Artist, Karl Herlinger
Set Decorations, Armor E. Goetten
Draperies by William R. Garrett

Synopsis:
Jeannie applies to the immigration office to become a citizen of
the United States. Gino, her Italian grocer ask's Jeannie if she
can talk to his teenage son, Joey, who's getting in with a bad
crowd at the local pool room. The immigation service are
informed that she's involved with illegal gambling, which
could jeopardize her chance of US citizenship. Returning
stolen goods to a department store gets her arrested for
shoplifting.
Jeannie Sings: "Pick yourself a Star"

1.17 [--] The Jeannie Carson Show: JEANNIE, THE WESTERNER (verified on film)
Four Star-Tartan Prod. no. 11
12Jan57 CBS Sat (Network re-run 27Apr57)
Created and Produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by Jack Elinson and Charles Stewart
Directed by Leslie Goodwins
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray) (Jane Dulo - NOT in this episode)
Guest Cast:
Touch Jay Connors (aka Mike Connors) ......... Lash Connor (Rodeo Star)
Eddie Waller ............ Hoot McCoy
Harry Lauter ............ Tierney (reporter)
Emory Parnell ........... L.G. Barnes
*
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Art Direction, Duncan Cramer
Music Supervision by: MSI Spencer-Hagen
Production Supervisor, Frank Baur
Associate Producer, William Redmond
Director of Photography, Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Edited by William Ernst
Assistant Director, Jack Sonntag
Makeup Artist, Karl Herlinger
Set Decorations, Armor E. Goetten
Draperies by William R. Garrett

Synopsis:
A newspaperman, who wants a fresh angle to write about, takes Jeannie to
the rodeo. Jeannie, who wants everything to be authentic, thinks the rodeo
star is just a drugstore cowboy.
Jeannie sings "Boots and Saddles"

1.18 [--] Hey, Jeannie: JEANNIE, THE HEIRESS (verified on film -DB)
Four Star-Tartan prod. no. 5
19Jan57 CBS Sat
Created and produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by George Beck and Curt Siodmak
Directed by Don Taylor
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray); Jane Dulo (Liz Murray)
Guest Cast:
John Eldredge ........ Grimm
Lyle Talbot .......... Adams
Jonathan Hole ........ Frazer
Frank Sully........... Expressman no. 1
Ralph Sanford ........ Expressman no. 2
*
Editorial Supervisor - Bernard Burton
Art Direction - Duncan Cramer
Musical Supervision - MSI Spencer-Hagen
Director of Photography - George E Diskant, A.S.C
Production Supervisor - Frank Baur
Associate Producer - William Redmond
Edited by Bernard Matis
Assistant Director - Jack Sonntag
Makeup Artist - Karl Herlinger
Set Decorations - Budd S. Friend

Synopsis:
Jeannie acquires a large sum of money and soon is surrounded by people
anxious to help her spend it.
Jeannie sings "The Skye Boat Song" (traditional)

1.19 [--] Hey, Jeannie: THE BUSINESS GIRL (verified on film)
(c) 1957 Four Star-Tartan prod. no. 25 
Sponsored by Drene Shampoo (No Tartan on End Credits)
26Jan57 CBS Sat
Created and Produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by Nate Monster
Directed by Leslie Goodwins
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray); Jane Dulo (as Liz Murray)
Guest Cast:
D.J. Thompson .......... Ridgely
John Nathan Hole ....... Mr. Carter
Ruth Lee ............... Miss Colby
Jess Kirkpatrick ....... Lambert
Howard Wright .......... Lynch
*
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Art Direction, Duncan Cramer
Music Supervision by: MSI Spencer-Hagen
Production Supervisor, Frank Baur
Associate Producer, William Redmond
Director of Photography, Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Edited by Bernard Matis
Assistant Director, Jack Sonntag
Makeup Artist, Karl Herlinger
Set Decorations, Armor E. Goetten

Synopsis:
In an attempt to help Al and Liz, Jeannie seeks a job as an executive
secretary and finds herself embroiled in the business world.

Jeannie sings ?

1.20 [--] Hey, Jeannie: JEANNIE, THE GIRL RANGER (verified on film)
(c) 1957 Four Star-Tartan prod. no. 23
2Feb57 CBS Sat
Created and Produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by Jack Elinson and Charles Stewart
Directed by Leslie Goodwins
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray); Jane Dulo (as Liz Murray)
Guest Cast:
Florenz Ames ......... Hesby
Ruth Lee ............. Miss Welch
David R. Alpert ...... Johnson
Lynn Piper ........... Betty
Ralph P. Manza ....... 1st. Cabbie
*
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Art Direction, Duncan Cramer
Music Supervision by: MSI Spencer-Hagen
Production Supervisor, Frank Baur
Associate Producer, William Redmond
Director of Photography, Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Edited by William Ernst
Assistant Director, Jack Sonntag
Makeup Artist, Karl Herlinger
Set Decorations, Armor E. Goetten

Synopsis:
Jeannie tries to help out a troop of Girl Rangers that needs funds
to build a playground.
Jeannie sings: "One Finger, One Thumb"

1.21 [--] Hey, Jeannie: JEANNIE'S INCOME TAX (verified on film)
(c) 1957 Four Star-Tartan prod. no. 19
Sponsored by Dash Washing Powder (No Tartan on End Credits)
9Feb57 CBS Saturday 9:30pm
Created and Produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by Jack Elinson and Charles Stewart
Directed by Don Taylor
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray); Jane Dulo (as Liz Murray)
Guest Cast:
Herb Vigran ........... Weltman
Larry Blake ........... Charlie Martin
Richard Collier ....... Mr. Pinkley
Tim Murphy ............ Boy
*
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Art Direction, Duncan Cramer
Music Supervision by: MSI Spencer-Hagen
Production Supervisor, Frank Baur
Associate Producer, William Redmond
Director of Photography, Frank Redman, A.S.C.
Edited by Roland Gross, A.C.E.
Assistant Director, Jack Sonntag
Makeup Artist, Karl Herlinger
Set Decorations, Armor E. Goetten
Synopsis:
Jeannie has her first experience at filing an income-tax report. Her
desire to be completely honest with the Internal Revenue Department
leads to near-turmoil.
Jeannie Sings: "Side by Side"

1.22 [--] Hey, Jeannie: JEANNIE, THE WAC (verified on film -DB)
Four Star-Tartan prod. no. 15
16Feb57 CBS Sat
Created and produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by Fred Fox and Maurice Richlin
Directed by Leslie Goodwins
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray) (Jane Dulo - NOT in this episode)
Guest Cast:
Douglas Dumbrille ....... Gen. Hardwick
Tristan Coffin .......... Gen. Webb
Charles Maxwell ......... Maj. Fowler
Frank Jenks ............. Sgt. Brubaker
Howard Wright ........... Lt. Gen. Jordan
Gil Frye ................ Corporal
*
Editorial Supervisor - Bernard Burton
Art Direction - Duncan Cramer
Musical Supervision - MSI Spencer-Hagen
Director of Photography - George E. Diskant, A.S.C
Production Supervisor - Frank Baur
Associate Producer - William Redmond
Edited by William Ernst
Assistant Director - Jack Sonntag
Makeup Artist - Karl Herlinger
Set Decorations - Budd S. Friend

Synopsis:
Jeannie calls on the Army brass in an effort to wangle a weekend pass for an
Army corporal. In the confusion, that results, she ends up as a WAC recruit.
Jeannie sings "Love" (Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane - from "Ziegfield Follies").

1.23 [--] The Jeannie Carson Show: JEANNIE, THE HOSTAGE (verified on film)
(c) 1957 Four Star-Tartan Prod. no. 22
23Feb57 CBS Sat
Created and Produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by Nate Monaster
Directed by Leslie Goodwins
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray); (Jane Dulo - NOT in this episode)
Guest cast:
Richard J. Reeves ......... Mugsy
Vera Marshe ............... Gladys Sherman
Howard Negley ............. Policeman
*
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Art Direction, Duncan Cramer
Music Supervision by: MSI Spencer-Hagen
Director of Photography, George E. Diskant, A.S.C.
Production Supervisor, Frank Baur
Associate Producer, William Redmond
Edited by Beranrd Matis
Assistant Director, Jack Sonntag
Makeup Artist, Karl Herlinger
Set Decorations, Armor E. Goetten
Synopsis:
Jeannie gets a job as a cab dispatcher with the cab company that
employs Al. Al has a crush on Gladys who also works there as
a dispatcher. Jeannie arranges for Al to go to her apartment.
But on the way back, Mugsy, a gangster takes Jeannie hostage
on his way to robbing a store.
Jeannie Sings "The Lady's in Love with you"
(8Sep60 ABC re-run Thursday 9:00pm under the series title "Jeannie Carson")

1.24 [--] Hey, Jeannie: JEANNIE, THE POLICEWOMAN (verified on film)
(c) 1957 Four Star-Tartan Prod. no. 16
2Mar57 CBS Saturday 9:30pm
Created and Produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by Charles Isaacs and Jack Elinson
Directed by Leslie Goodwins
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray); Jane Dulo (as Liz Murray)
Guest Cast:
Charles Bronson ........... Rocky
Mary Treen ................ Katie
Emlen Davies .............. Lt. O'Flaherty
Murray Alper .............. Steve
Darlene Fields as Marge (not credited on film)
*
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Art Direction, Duncan Cramer
Music Supervision by: MSI Spencer-Hagen
Director of Photography, George E. Diskant, A.S.C
Production Supervisor, Lloyd Richards
Associate Producer, William Redmond
Edited by Bernard Matis
Assistant Director, Jack Sonntag
Makeup Artist, Karl Herlinger
Set Decorations, Budd S. Friend

Synopsis:
Jeannie’s latest escapade finds her enrolled as a member of the New York City
police force. Al is worried over unusual behavior when she is sworn to
secrecy on her first assignment.
Jeannie sings "Start all over again"

1.25 [--] Hey, Jeannie: JEANNIE PLAYS CUPID (verified on film)
(c) 1957 Four Star-Tartan prod. no. 2
Sponsored by "Crest Toothpaste"
09Mar57 CBS Saturday 9:30pm
Created and Produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by William Manhoff
Directed by Leslie Goodwins
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray); (Jane Dulo - NOT in this episode)
Guest cast:
Virginia Christine ........ Mrs. Warren
Charles Maxwell ........... Steve
*
Editorial Supervisor, Bernard Burton
Art Direction, Duncan Cramer
Music Supervision by: MSI Spencer-Hagen
Director of Photography, George E. Diskant, A.S.C.
Production Supervisor, Lloyd Richards
Associate Producer, William Redmond
Edited by Samuel E. Beetley, A.C.E.
Assistant Director, Jack Sonntag
Makeup Artist, Karl Herlinger
Set Decorations, Budd S. Friend
Draperies by William R. Garrett

Synopsis:
Jeannie decides to play the role of matchmaker as she connives to get
an attractive new neighbor woman and her friend Al romantically
interested in each other.
Jeannie Sings "A Girl Like Me"

1.26 [--] Hey, Jeannie: THREE'S A CROWD (verified on film)
Four Star-Tartan prod. no. 20
16Mar57 CBS Sat
Created and Produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by Nate Monaster
Directed by Leslie Goodwins
Director of Photography, Frank Reman, A.S.C.
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)
Featuring:
Allen Jenkins (as Al Murray); Jane Dulo (Liz Murray)
Guest Cast:
Glenn Turnbull .......... Bob
Stanley Adams ........... Mike
Tod Griffin ............. Jerry
Synopsis:
Al and his sister Liz decide Jeannie needs a boy friend, so each makes
arrangements for a date for her. Jeannie has a problem to solve when
three young men all show up at the same time at a Costume Ball.
Jeannie goes to the ball dressed as Martha Washington, where she
encounters three George Washingtons.
Songs: Jeannie sings "S'Wonderful"
(final "new" season 1 episode on CBS)

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Network Re-Runs on CBS (23Mar57 - 4May57)
----------------------------------------------------

[--] 23Mar57 re-run of "Jeannie, the Witness" (first aired 15Sep56)
[--] 30Mar57 re-run of " Jeannie the Stockbroker (first aired 29Sep56)
[--] 6Apr57 re-run of "Jeannie, the Caddy" (first aired 10Nov57)
[--] 13Apr57 re-run "Jeannie Goes to Washington" (first aired 20Oct56)
[--] 20Apr57 re-run of "The Proprietor" (first aired 15Dec56)
[--] 27Apr57 re-run of "Jeannie, the Westerner" (first aired 12Jan57)
[--] 4May57 re-run of "Jeannie's Here (pilot) (first aired 13 Oct56)

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Summer Re-Runs on ABC 1960:
-----------------
Summer 1960 ABC [us] re-runs - under the series title "Jeannie Carson"
Thursdays 9:00pm (Summer replacement series for "The Pat Boone Show")

30Jun60 - probably the start date of ABC re-runs
07Jul60 - re-run of "Donut Machine" (originally aired 8Dec56)
14Jul60 - unknown episode
21Jul60 - unknown episode
28Jul60 - pre-empted for the Republican National Convention
04Aug60 - unknown episode
11Aug60 - re-run of "Jeannie, the Westerner" (originally aired 12Jan57)
18Aug60 - re-run of "Jeannie, the Policewoman" (originally aired 02Mar57)
25Aug60 - re-run of "Jeannie the Witness" (originally aired 15Sep56)
01Sep60 - re-run of "Jeannie the Heiress" (originally aired 19Jan57)
08Sep60 - re-run of "Jeannie, the Hostage" (originally aired 23Feb57)
15Sep60 -
22Sep60 - probably the date of the last ABC re-run

The Jeannie Carson Show
(1958) (syndicated)(format 2) (airline stewardess)

Filmed in Hollywood by Four Star Films, Inc.
Four Star-Tartan production / Jeannie Productions
for
First Run Syndication
Executive Producer Charles Isaacs
Produced by William Harmon

US Comedy Series 1958
Starring:
Jeannie Carson as Jeannie MacLennan
Featuring:
Jack Kirkwood (as Charlie O'Connell, Jeannie's landlord)
Vera Vague (as Mabel, chief stewardesss, Jeannie's boss)

################ Hey, Jeannie ################
################ season 2 1958 ###############
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Syndicated Program

2.01 [--] The Jeannie Carson Show: THE LANDLORD (verified on film)
(format 2 - Airline Stewardess)
(c) 1959 Four Star-Tartan in association with Marterto Enterprises
Produced by Charles Isaacs
Written by Charles Isaacs and Fred Fox
Directed by Rod Amateau
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)(Airline Stewardess)
Featuring:
Jack Kirkwood (as Charlie O'Connell, Jeannie's landlord)
Vera Vague (as Mabel, chief stewardesss, Jeannie's boss)
Guest Cast:
Will Wright ......... Mr. Wright
John Wilder ......... Tom
David Whorf ......... Pete
Ron Hargrave ........ Jack
Donald Losby ........ Jimmy
Brian Corcoran ...... Georgie
*
Production Executive: Frank Baur
Editorial Supervisor: Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director: Bill Ross
Music by Frank De Vol
Director of Photography: Joe Biroc, A.S.C.
Assistant Director: Grayson Rogers
Art Director: Jan  M. Van Tamelin
Music Supervision: Harry King
Sound Effects by Norval Crutcher, Jr.
Edited by Les Orlebeck
Set Direction: Budd S. Friend
Makeup Artist: Karl Herlinger
Wardrobe by Robt. B. Harris & Agnes Henry
Casting: Marjory McKay
Wardrobe for Jeanie Carson & Vera Vague by Junior House, Milwaukee
Synopsis:
A change of format as Jeannie becomes an Air stewardess. In this
opening episode of the second season Jeannie meets her new Landlord,
Mr. O'Connell. He dislikes pets - so what will Jeannie do
with the dog she picked up on her first flight, and the cat that
two young neighborhood boys bring to the house.
Jeannie Sings: "Happiness is a thing called Joe" & "Poor Johnny One Note"

2.02 [--] The Jeannie Carson Show: (episode title not known)  (verified on film)
(format 2 - Airline Stewardess)

(c) 1958 Four Star-Tartan. Jeannie Productions  
Executive Producer Charles Isaacs
Produced by William Harmon
Written by Charles Isaacs and Fred Cox
Directed by Chris Nyby
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan) (Airline Stewardess)
Featuring:
Jack Kirkwood (as Charlie. O'Connell, Jeannie's landlord)
Vera Vague (as Mabel, chief stewardesss, Jeannie's boss)
Guest Cast:
John Litel ........... Mr. Mears
Mary Young ........... Mother Flanagan
Jonathan Hole ........ Durkee
*
Production Executive: Frank Baur
Editorial Supervisor: Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director: Bill Ross
Director of Photography: William Margulies
Assistant Director; Jack Sonntag
Edited by Arthur D. Hilton
Art Director: Frank Smith
Music Supervision: Harry King
Set Direction: Budd S. Friend & Armor Marlowe
Makeup Artist: Karl Herlinger
Wardrobe by Robert B. Harris
Casting: Betty Martin
Wardrobe for Jeanie Carson & Vera Vague by Junior House, Milwaukee

Synopsis
Jeannie decides to promote Mother Flanagan's jam by getting all of
the airline stewardesses to request that their passengers ask
their local supermarkets to stock it. Little do they realise that
Mother Flanagan is buying supermarket jam and putting on her own labels.

2.03 [--] The Jeannie Carson Show: (episode title not known)  (verified on film)
(format 2 - Airline Stewardess)

(c) 1958 Four Star-Tartan. Jeannie Productions
Executive Producer Charles Isaacs
Produced by William Harmon
Written by Jack Elinson and Charles Stewart
Directed by Paul Landres
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan) (Airline Stewardess)
Featuring:
Jack Kirkwood (as Charlie O'Connell, Jeannie's landlord)
Vera Vague (as Mabel, chief stewardesss, Jeannie's boss)
William Schallert (as Herbert, Flight Engineer)
Guest Cast:
Warren Hsieh .......... Joe (Korean Orphan)
Frank Wilcox .......... Judge
Ray Montgomery ........ Mr. Bronson
Frank Sully ........... Cop
*
Production Executive: Frank Baur
Editorial Supervisor: Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director: Bill Ross
Director of Photography: William Margulies
Assistant Director; Jack Sonntag
Edited by Chandler House, A.C.E.
Art Director: Frank Smith
Music Supervision: Harry King
Set Direction: Budd S. Friend & Armor Marlowe
Makeup Artist: Karl Herlinger
Wardrobe by Robert B. Harris
Casting: Betty Martin
Wardrobe for Jeanie Carson & Vera Vague by Junior House, Milwaukee

Synopsis:
On board a flight from San Francisco to New York is a group Korean orphans.
One of them takes a liking to Jeannie, especially when she says she's a big
basefall fan. When they land in New York, the young boy heads for Jeannie's
appartment instead of his new adoption parents, landing Jeannie in big  trouble.

2.04 [--] The Jeannie Carson Show: (episode title not known) (verified on film)
(format 2 - Airline Stewardess)
(c) 1958 Four Star-Tartan. Jeannie Productions
Executive Producer Charles Isaacs
Produced by William Harmon
Written by Jack Elinson and Charles Stewart
Directed by William Redmond
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)(Airline Stewardess)
Featuring:
Jack Kirkwood (as Charlie O'Connell, Jeannie's landlord)
Vera Vague (as Mabel, chief stewardesss, Jeannie's boss)
William Schallert (as Herbert, Flight Engineer)
Guest Cast:
Fritz Feld ........... Manager
William Benedict ..... Harry
Clegg Hoyt ........... Guard
And:
Chuck Connors ........ Buck Matthews
*
Production Executive: Frank Baur
Editorial Supervisor: Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director: Bill Ross

Director of Photography: William Margulies
Assistant Director; Jack Sonntag
Edited by Les Orlebeck
Art Director: Frank Smith
Music Supervision: Harry King
Set Direction: Budd S. Friend & Armor Marlowe
Makeup Artist: Karl Herlinger
Wardrobe by Robert B. Harris
Casting: Betty Martin
Wardrobe for Jeanie Carson & Vera Vague by Junior House, Milwaukee
Furs by Jack Bender

Synopsis:
Millionaire playboy Buck Matthews (Chuck Connors) hires an entire
plane for himself on a journey from Boston to New York.
Jeannie is the air stewardess on the flight. On arrival, he
invites Jeannie on a wild night in the clubs of New York.
Jeannie tries to demonstrate that she can last one day without
spending any money to prove to Buck that money isn't everything.

2.05 [--] The Jeannie Carson Show: (episode title not known)(verified on film -DB)
(format 2 - Airline Stewardess)
(c) 1958 Four Star-Tartan. Jeannie Productions
Executive Producer Charles Isaacs
Produced by William Harmon
Written by Charles Isaacs and Fred Fox
Directed by Chris Nyby
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)(Airline Stewardess)
Featuring:
Jack Kirkwood (as Charlie O'Connell, Jeannie's landlord)
Vera Vague (as Mabel, chief stewardesss, Jeannie's boss)
William Schallert (as Herbert, Flight Engineer)
Guest Cast:
John Eldredge ......... Mr Simmons
James Seay ............ Commissioner
Lewis Martin .......... Commissioner
Jimmy Cross ........... Surveyor
*
Production Executive - Frank Baur
Editorial Supervisor - Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director - Bill Ross
Director of Photography - William Margulies
Assistant Director - Jack Sonntag
Edited by Samuel E. Beetley, A.C.E.
Art Director - Frank Smith
Music Supervision - Harry King
Set Decoration by Budd S. Friend & Armor Marlowe
Makeup Artist - Karl Herlinger
Wardrobe by Robert B. Harris
Casting - Betty Martin
Wardrobe for Jeannie Carson and Vera Vague by JUNIOR HOUSE, Milwaukee

Synopsis:
The City Engineers are planning to build a highway straight through
Jeannie's apartment. Her landlord Mr O'Connell is not too pleased, so
Jeannie sets out to prove that the ground is unsafe to build the highway on.

2.06 [--] The Jeannie Carson Show: THE RAINMAKER (verified on film -DB)
(format 2 - Airline Stewardess)
(c) 1958 Four Star-Tartan. Jeannie Productions
Executive Producer Charles Isaacs
Produced by William Harmon
Written by Charles Isaacs and Fred Fox
Directed by Leslie Goodwins
Choreography by Jack Baker
Starring:
Jeannie Carson (as Jeannie MacLennan)(Airline Stewardess)
Featuring:
Jack Kirkwood (as Charlie O'Connell, Jeannie's landlord)
Vera Vague (does NOT appear in this episode)
William Schallert (as Herbert, Flight Engineer)
Guest Cast:
Robert Warwick ........ Flying Eagle
Monte Blue ............ Pawnee Chief
James Burke .......... Sheriff
Douglass Dumbrille .... General Orville Fredericks
Bob Bice .............. First Brave
David Alpert .......... Lieutenant
*
Production Executive - Frank Baur
Editorial Supervisor - Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director - Bill Ross
Director of Photography - William Margulies
Assistant Director - Jack Sonntag
Edited by Arthur D. Hilton
Art Director - Frank Smith
Music Supervision - Harry King
Set Decoration by Budd S. Friend and Armor Marlowe
Makeup Artist - Karl Herlinger
Wardrobe by Robert B. Harris
Casting - Betty Martin
Wardrobe for Jeannie Carson by JUNIOR HOUSE Milwaukee

Synopsis:
Jeannie meets Mike Flying Eagle, chief of the Cheyenne, on a flight out of
Washington. He has been there to plead for drought relief - no rain for
many months. Tomorrow his tribe will perform the rain dance.
Jeannie & Herbert hire a light aircraft and, while the tribe perform the
dance, they salt the clouds with ice. This causes a downpour. In gratitude,
the chief makes Jeannie his daughter - Little Rain Cloud.
However, the Pawnee are angry. The rain washed their newly-planted grain out
of the ground, and they have Jeannie arrested by the local police.
Some Cheyenne braves organise a jail break for Jeannie; and, as a result, the
Pawnee chief declares war on the Cheyenne.
The Pentagon sends a representative to assess the situation.
They all meet Jeannie in Flying Eagle's camp. The Pawnee chief, the local
police chief and the Washington representative all want Jeannie locked up.
However, Flying Eagle agrees to pay for the Pawnee's losses out of the money
he gets from the Cheyenne harvest. All (astoundingly) ends happily. [D. Blake]
Songs:
Jeannie does  NOT sing in this episode

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