brass bottle releases the djinni caught within? Misunderstanding, culture shock, hilarity, among other things.
Anstey F. The Brass Bottle. Chapter I. Horace ventimore receives a commission. The bottle was still being passed round with disrespectful raps and slaps, and it had now come to Ventimore's right-hand neighbour, who scrutinised it carefully, but made no bid. "That's all right, you know," he whispered in Horace's ear. "That's good stuff, that is.
The Brass Bottle is a 1964 American fantasy-comedy film about a modern man who accidentally acquires the friendship of a ion Genie. The film starred Tony Randall, Burl Ives and Barbara Eden. Eden's role was instrumental in getting her cast as the star of the TV series I Dream of Jeannie, even though she did not play a genie in this film.
Brass Bottle, The by ANSTEY, F. Follow. What happens when a not-so-lucky man happens upon a brass bottle releases the djinni caught within? Misunderstanding, culture shock, hilarity, among other things. Will the well-intentioned djinni help his new master?
The bottle was still being passed round with disrespectful raps andslaps, and it had now come to Ventimore's right-hand neighbour, whoscrutinised it carefully, but made no bid. "That'sgood stuff, that i. Gentleman on my left," said the auctioneer, more insorrow than in anger-and the brass bottle became Ventimore's property. He paid for it, and, since he could hardly walk home nursing a largemetal bottle without attracting an inconvenient amount of attention,directed that it should be sent to his lodgings at Vincent Square. But when he was out in the fresh air, walking westward to his club, hefound himself wondering more and more what could have possessed him tothrow away a guinea-when he had few enough for legitimate expenses-onan article of such exceedingly problematical value.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. Mild mannered obscure architect Horace Ventimore in an attempt to impress his potential father-in-law purchases a brass bottle. Upon opening it, you guess it a djinn (Fakrash) pops out and in his gratitude Fakrash helps Ventimore in a way you would not believe; neither did Ventimore. 10 people found this helpful.
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First Published, October, 1900. First Published, October, 1900. Chapter II. A cheap lot.
The Brass Bottle is a 1923 American silent fantasy comedy film produced and directed by Maurice Tourneur and distributed by First National Pictures. This story by novelist F. Anstey was produced as a Broadway play in 1910. A 1914 silent followed. Both silent versions are lost. A colorful 1964 sound version appeared starring Tony Randall and Barbara Eden. Anstey's story was later a major influence on the television show I Dream of Jeannie of which Barbara Eden starred. Harry Myers as Horace Ventimore.
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NotesDjinn story, read in English language.
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