|The Moving Finger|
| Season 1, Episode 9|
Number (#9) in series (139 episodes)
When Jeannie decides to become a movie star to compete with her "rival", she soon realizes that genies don't show up on camera, after Tony accompanies her to the film set.
|Air date||13 November 1965|
|Written by||Sidney Sheldon, Jerry Seelen & Harry Essex|
|Directed by||Gene Nelson|
|Guest stars:||Nancy Kovack|
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The Moving Finger is the ninth episode of the First Season of I Dream of Jeannie, and also the ninth overall series episode. Co-written by series creator Sidney Sheldon, Jerry Seelen, and Harry Essex, the episode, which was directed by Gene Nelson, originally aired on NBC-TV on 13 November 1965.
Jeannie has stars in her eyes when Tony goes out to dinner with a famous screen actress named Rita Mitchell (Nancy Kovack) in Hollywood. She decides to become a movie star to compete with her "rival", but soon realizes that genies don't show up on camera.