The iconic genie bottle featured in the 1960s hit sitcom I Dream Of Jeannie is set to be featured at the Smithsonian museum.
On the classic U.S. show, a magical genie, played by Barbara Eden, appears when the bottle is rubbed and is able to grant her master wishes with the blink of an eye.
Eden still owns the original set piece made famous by the show and has decided to donate it to collectors at the Smithsonian Institution.
During an appearance on U.S. show The Talk on Thursday (07Apr11), Eden says, "I have the original bottle. It was in the office for a long time and then people said you know, 'That shouldn't be around, there's only one.' So I put it in the bank (in a vault) but it's on its way to the Smithsonian."
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