Cocoa Beach, Florida: "I Dream of Jeannie" TV Town
Fictional setting for the 1960s TV Sitcom "I Dream of Jeannie," today remembered with a street sign and an annual celebration: Jeanie Day.
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A new sign explains the name of the street. [Julie, 06/08/2013]
I Dream Of Jeannie Lane
We stopped by I Dream Of Jeannie Lane as we drove up Florida's coast. It is one of two streets that turn off the A1A highway into the seaside Lori Wilson Park. There is only the one street sign with the street's name on it and no other indication of the Jeannie or the Major.
[Chuck Walden, 09/09/2006]
Cocoa Beach, FL Celebrates
In 1965, a zany sitcom about an astronaut and his unbottled genie first aired on American TV. Forty years later, the town of Cocoa Beach, FL, just south of the Cape Canaveral Space Center, is celebrating their role as the show's location with "We Dream of Jeannie," a special event on Friday, Sept.... [09/16/2005] Complete News Story
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