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Subject: Barbara Eden might be an exception. She really seems to embrace 'Jeannie'

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Date Posted: Saturday, June 22, 11:11:06am
In reply to: This is another reason, stage/film actors balked the TV allure, and its $$. 's message, "Actualy, as an 'actor' NO performer wants to be associated with ONE character. Once you're typecast, it's a grave that's hardly easy to dig out of. By the 1990s, O'Connor had to go as far as trying to be an Mississippi sheriff, marrying a black woman, to break from "Archie"." on Saturday, June 22, 10:28:11am

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True, there are the exceptions who embraced their TV screen characters through the rest of her life. But others like her IDoJ co-star Larry Hagman ran to be the antithesis of 'Maj. Nelson' with a scoundral like 'JR Ewing' in TV's DALLAS. (NT)Eden's counter part of the day Elizabeth Montgomery is another who ran from BEWITCHED's 'Samantha', becoming murders and rape victims, later in her career.Saturday, June 22, 12:07:41pm
Carroll O' Connor was in one of my favorite "Outer LImits" episodes, "Controlled Experiment" (NT)2 Martians investigate the quaint Earth custom of murderSaturday, June 22, 12:09:54pm

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