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Arnaz, Desi Biography




biography of Arnaz, Desi

Arnaz y De Acha III, Desiderio Alberto
2 March 1917, Santiago, Cuba
2 December 1986, Del Mar, California, USA (lung cancer)
5' 11 1/2"
Desiderio Alberto Arnaz ye de Acha the Third was born in Santiago, Cuba on March 2, 1917. His father was the mayor of Santiago. The 1933 revolution led by 'Fulgencio Batista' (qv) had landed his father in jail and stripped the family of its wealth, property and power. His father was released because of the intercession of U.S. officials who believed him to be neutral during the revolt. The family fled to Miami, Florida. One of Desi's first jobs in America consisted of cleaning canary cages. However, after forming his own small band of musicians, he was hired by 'Xavier Cugat' (qv), the "king" of Latin music. Desi soon left Cugat, formed his own Latin band and literally launched the conga craze in America. he was cast in the Broadway play "Too Many Girls", resulting in his being brought to Hollywood to make the film version of the play. It was on the set of _Too Many Girls (1940)_ (qv) that he and 'Lucille Ball (I)' (qv) met. They soon married and approximately ten years later formed Desilu Productions and began the _"I Love Lucy" (1951)_ (qv) shows. Desi and Lucille had two children, 'Lucie Arnaz' (qv) and 'Desi Arnaz Jr.' (qv). At the end of the _"I Love Lucy" (1951)_ (qv) run (including the _"The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957)_ (qv)) the two divorced. Desi later wrote an autobiography entitled "A Book." In 1986 he was diagnosed with lung cancer, and died on December 2, 1986.
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-   'Edith Mack Hirsch' (2 March 1963 - 1985) (her death)

-   'Lucille Ball (I)' (qv) (30 November 1940 - 4 May 1960) (divorced); 1 daughter Lucie Arnaz, 1 son Desi Arnaz Jr.


-   Distinctive laugh.


-   Father of 'Lucie Arnaz' (qv) and 'Desi Arnaz Jr.' (qv).

-   Ironically, the radio show on which _"I Love Lucy" (1951)_ (qv) was based, "My Favorite Husband," was itself based on a book entitled "Mr. and Mrs. Cugat." Arnaz worked for 'Xavier Cugat' (qv) during this time.

-   For many years during their marriage, Desi and 'Lucille Ball (I)' (qv) hid the fact that she was six years older then he by splitting the difference in their ages. She (born in 1911) said she was born in 1914 and he (born in 1917) also said he was born in 1914.

-   In the film _The Mambo Kings (1992)_ (qv), he was portrayed by his real-life son, 'Desi Arnaz Jr.' (qv).

-   Biography in: "Who's Who in Comedy" by Ronald L. Smith. pg. 25-26. New York: Facts on File, 1992. ISBN 0816023387

-   His grandfather was one of the original partners in the Bacardi Rum company.

-   Invented many techniques that are now taken for granted in sitcoms, including the use of several cameras to film the performance, preceding performances with a warm-up act, performing before a live audience, and the rerunning of old episodes.

-   Instrumental in the creation of numerous classic TV series, in particular _"The Untouchables" (1959)_ (qv).

-   Author of the candid autobiography 'A Book', detailing his alcoholism and infidelities. He had planned to write a sequel, called 'Another Book'.

-   According to Mafia boss turned government informant Jimmy "The Weasel" Fratianno in his book "The Last Mafioso", several top members of the Chicago Mafia family were furious about the portrayal of Italians in general and the Mafia in particular in _"The Untouchables" (1959)_ (qv), of which Arnaz was executive producer, and put out a contract on his life. Several mob hitmen hid in the bushes and behind trees outside his house one night after having been tipped off that he was on his way home and were going to shoot him when he pulled into his driveway, but for some unknown reason Arnaz never came home that night. The killers were supposed to come back again and wait for him the next night, but in the meantime cooler heads prevailed and the murder plot was called off. Arnaz apparently never found out how close he came to being murdered.

-   Ashes were scattered at sea.

-   Brother-in-law of 'Fred Ball (II)' (qv).

-   Is portrayed by 'Maurice Benard' (qv) in _Lucy & Desi: Before the Laughter (1991) (TV)_ (qv)

-   Biography in: "The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives". Volume Two, 1986- 1990, pages 32-34. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1999.

-   In 1957, recognizing the need for the company to expand, he purchased the real estate of the former RKO Studios, home of 'Lucille Ball (I)' (qv)'s former employer. The industry balked at their decision to plunk down $6,150,000 for the fledging studio property, but it was a strategic move that ultimately made both he and Lucy millionaires.

-   In 1950, along with wife 'Lucille Ball (I)' (qv), in an effort to find a way to work together, formed a production company with $5,000 of their own money, naming it 'Desilu' which is what they had named their ranch in Chatsworth, California. He remained president of the company until selling his interest to his ex-wife in 1962 for $3 million.

-   In 1945, after his service in the Army, he found himself $30,000 in debt, mostly due to back taxes. 'Lucille Ball (I)' (qv) helped him pay his debt, but due to his pride, considered it a loan, and kept a strict account of the money he owed her.

-   In 1953, Desilu was evaluated as being worth $10 million, did a gross business of $6 million and made the Arnazes a net profit of $600,000 before taxes. This was added to an additional $500,000 in income from _"I Love Lucy" (1951)_ (qv) merchandise.

-   In 1953, with _"I Love Lucy" (1951)_ (qv) the #1 show in America, Philip Morris, their primary sponsor, agreed to sponsor the show for an additional 2 and a half years for $8 million, $5 million of which went directly to the Arnazes and their company.

-   In December 1958, in order to raise revenue for business and personal expenses, Desilu went public on the NYSE at $10 per share. 'Lucille Ball (I)' (qv) and Desi each retained 25% of the stock, with the swing vote going to key executives at Desilu. After paying gambling debts and expenses, he realized $70,000 to $80,000.

-   In 1957, he opened the Desi Arnaz West Hills Hotel, with 42 rooms and a restaurant featuring his own personal recipes, in Indian Wells. With all the time he spent with his new real estate ventures, he and 'Lucille Ball (I)' (qv) built a home on the 17th fairway at the Thunderbird Golf Club on land he won in a poker game.

-   In 1957, in an effort to expand Desilu, he sold CBS his and 'Lucille Ball (I)' (qv)'s rights to 179 _"I Love Lucy" (1951)_ (qv) 30-minute shows for $4,500,000. They also sold their rights to _"December Bride" (1954)_ (qv) for $500,000 and CBS had exclusive rights to their public appearances for 10 years for an additional $1,000,000. With these profits, Desilu purchased RKO Studios for $6,125,000.

-   In his 1985 will, he left a $250,000 trust fund for the benefit of his mother, who survived him.

-   Grew up being best friends with Albert Francis "Sonny" Capone, son of 'Al Capone' (qv).

-   Once worked as a bird-cage cleaner.

-   After their divorce, Desi produced Lucy's hit musical "Wildcat" on Broadway.

-   His distinctive laugh was perfectly imitated by 'Eddie Murphy (I)' (qv) many times during his stand-up comedy routine.

-   A Republican, he was one of many conservatives actors in Hollywood who lent support to the elections of 'Dwight D. Eisenhower' (qv), 'Richard Nixon' (qv), and 'Ronald Reagan (I)' (qv).

-   He was awarded 2 Stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Motion Pictures at 6325 Hollywood Boulevard; and for Television at 6254 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California.


-   Magazine advertisement with 'Lucille Ball (I)' (qv) for Philip Morris cigarettes (1952)

-   TV commercial with 'Lucille Ball (I)' (qv) for Philip Morris cigarettes (1950s)

-   In 1962 he produced an unsold pilot for a proposed TV comedy series called "Working Girls" starring 'Tuesday Weld' (qv).

-   CD: "Conga" (Columbia)

-   CD: Desi Arnaz & Chico Marx - Big Bands of Hollywood/Laserlight Records, 1992.

-   Album: Babalu Music!: I Love Lucy's Greatest Hits/Columbia (CT48507), c. 1991.

-   Radio episode: Family Theater of the Air, ep. Summer Replacement/broadcast Dec. 1, 1954.

-   Active on Broadway in the following productions:

-   Too Many Girls (1939). Musical comedy. Material by 'George Marion Jr.' (qv) Music by 'Richard Rodgers (I)' (qv). Lyrics by 'Lorenz Hart' (qv). Musical Staging by 'Robert Alton' (qv). Scenic Design by 'Jo Mielziner' (qv). Costume Design by 'Raoul Pène Du Bois'. Directed by 'George Abbott (I)' (qv). Imperial Theatre (moved to The Broadway Theatre from unknown date 1940- 18 Mar 1940): 18 Oct 1939- 18 May 1940 (249 performances). Cast: 'Desi Arnaz' (qv), Robert Arnold, Margorie Baglin, Sondra Barrett, Libby Bennett, John Beton, Betty Boyce, 'Eddie Bracken' (qv), Florine Callahan, Renee Cettel, Diosa Costello, Alice Craig, Betty De Elmo, Louise de Forrest, Romolo Di Spirito, Willis Duncan, Marge Ellis, 'Leila Ernst' (qv) (as "Talullah Lou"), Vera Fern, 'Clyde Fillmore' (qv) (as "Harvey Casey"), Vernon Hammer, Charlene Harkins, Bob Howard, Randolph Hughes, Harry Jackson, Clarence Jaeger, 'Van Johnson (I)' (qv), 'Richard Kollmar' (qv) (as "Clint Kelley"), Jeanette Lavis, Mildred Law, Lita Lede, 'Hal Le Roy' (qv) (as "Al Terwillinger"), La Verne Lupton, Herb Lurie, James MacColl, William Mende, Russ Milton, Amarilla Morris, Mildred Patterson, Harry Pedersen, Dorothy Poplar, Edison Rice, Jack Riley, Hans Robert, Ivy Scott, Bob Shaw, Byron Shores, Diane Sinclair, Leonor Sola, Mildred Solly, 'Olga Suarez' (qv) (as "Co-Ed"), Key Taylor, Anna Mae Tesslo, Mary Jane Walsh, Davenie Watson, Marcy Wescott, James Wilkinson, Claire Wolf, Harold Young. Produced by George Abbott. Note: Film version produced by RKO as _Too Many Girls (1940)_ (qv) starring 'Lucille Ball (I)' (qv) and directed by George Abbott.


-   Desi Arnaz. _A Book._ New York: Warner Books, 1976. ISBN 1568492545

-   Desi Arnaz. _Desi._ New York: Warner Books, 1976.

-   'Warren G. Harris' (qv). _Lucy and Desi._ New York: Simon & Schuster, 1991.

-   Coyne Steven Sanders, Tom Gilbert. _Desilu: The Story of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz._ New York: William Morrow, 1993. ISBN 0-688-11217-X

-   Bart Andrews. _The I Love Lucy Book._


-   _"I Love Lucy" (1951)_ (qv) was never just a title!

-   [after wife 'Lucille Ball (I)' (qv) was accused of being a Communist] The only thing red about her is her hair, and that isn't even real.

-   If you don't know what to do, don't do anything.

-   Failure is the most terrible thing in our business. When we fail, the whole world knows about it.


-   _Lucy & Desi: Before the Laughter (1991) (TV)_ (qv)


-   _The Mambo Kings (1992)_ (qv)

-   _Lucy & Desi: Before the Laughter (1991) (TV)_ (qv)

-   _Lucy (2003) (TV)_ (qv)


-   _Father Takes a Wife (1941)_ (qv) -> $10,000

-   _Four Jacks and a Jill (1942)_ (qv) -> $10,000

-   _The Navy Comes Through (1942)_ (qv) -> $10,000

-   _The Long, Long Trailer (1953)_ (qv) -> $125,000 + $150,000 (profits bonus)

-   _Bataan (1943)_ (qv) -> $650/week

-   _"I Love Lucy" (1951)_ (qv) -> $2,000/episode + 50% of the profits for the first 39 episodes as well as full ownership to negatives of all future shows (1951-52)

-   _Cuban Pete (1946)_ (qv) -> $10,000


-   "People en Espanol" (USA), June/July 2001, pg. 167-169+172+173, by: Alfredo Arango, "Los Inolvidables: El Gran Pionero de la Tele"


-   "People Weekly" (USA), 12 February 1996

-   "People Weekly" (USA), 18 February 1991

-   "TV Guide" (USA), 3 April 1953

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  1. "Biography" (1987) {Milton Berle: Mr. Television}
  2. "10 Things You Don't Know About" (2012) {J Edgar Hoover (#1.4)}
  3. "Pioneers of Television" (2008) {Crime Dramas (#2.3)}
  4. A Star Is Born: Special Features (2010) (V)
  5. "Frontline" (1983) {The Vaccine War (#28.8)}
  6. "E! True Hollywood Story" (1996) {I Love Lucy}
  7. "Great Performances" (1970) {Broadway's Lost Treasures III: The Best of the Tony Awards}
  8. TV in Black: The First Fifty Years (2004) (V)
  9. "American Masters" (1985) {Judy Garland: By Myself (#18.5)}
  10. "TV Land Moguls" (2004) {The 50's (#1.1)}
  11. Lucy! TV's Comedy Queen (2003) (TV)
  12. The Desilu Story (2003) (TV)
  13. The Bronze Screen: 100 Years of the Latino Image in American Cinema (2002)
  14. I Love Lucy's 50th Anniversary Special (2001) (TV)
  15. The Nightclub Years (2001) (TV)
  16. "American Masters" (1985) {Finding Lucy (#15.4)}
  17. ABC 2000: The Millennium (1999) (TV)
  18. Junket Whore (1998)
  19. Judy Garland's Hollywood (1997) (V)
  20. Off the Menu: The Last Days of Chasen's (1997)
  21. Bob Hope: Hollywood's Brightest Star (1996) (V)
  22. Ed Sullivan All-Star Comedy Special (1995) (TV)
  23. "American Masters" (1985) {Rod Serling: Submitted for Your Approval (#10.1)}
  24. Lucy and Desi: A Home Movie (1993) (TV)
  25. I Love Lucy: The Very First Show (1990) (TV)
  26. Roots of Rhythm (1984) (TV)
  27. Hollywood Out-takes and Rare Footage (1983)
  28. "Late Night with David Letterman" (1982) {(1983-05-23)}
  29. The Escape Artist (1982)
  30. "Alice" (1976) {The Cuban Connection (#2.17)}
  31. CBS Salutes Lucy: The First 25 Years (1976) (TV)
  32. Joys (1976) (TV)
  33. Salsa (1976)
  34. "Donny and Marie" (1976) {(#2.1)}
  35. "Saturday Night Live" (1975) {Desi Arnaz/Desi Arnaz, Jr. (#1.14)}
  36. "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" (1962) {(1976-03-04)}
  37. California My Way (1974) (TV)
  38. "Ironside" (1967) {Riddle at 24,000 (#7.22)}
  39. The 26th Annual Tony Awards (1972) (TV)
  40. "The David Frost Show" (1969) {(#4.115)}
  41. "The Hollywood Squares" (1965) {(1972-01-31)}
  42. "The Hollywood Squares" (1965) {(1972-04-03)}
  43. "The Hollywood Squares" (1965) {(1972-07-17)}
  44. "The Hollywood Squares" (1965) {(1972-07-24)}
  45. "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" (1962) {(1972-04-21)}
  46. "The Andy Williams Show" (1969) {(1971-03-06)}
  47. "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" (1962) {(1971-08-02)}
  48. "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In" (1967) {(#4.11)}
  49. "The Kraft Music Hall" (1967) {Kraft Presents Desi Arnaz (#3.16)}
  50. "The Merv Griffin Show" (1962) {(1970-02-17)}
  51. "The Virginian" (1962) {The Best Man (#9.2)}
  52. Land's End (1968) (TV)
  53. "The Joey Bishop Show" (1967) {(#2.78)}
  54. "The Joey Bishop Show" (1967) {(#2.87)}
  55. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The Hombre Who Came to Dinner: Part 1 (#1.18)}
  56. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The Hombre Who Came to Dinner: Part 2 (#1.19)}
  57. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The Matador Makes a Movie (#2.7)}
  58. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {A Night to Forget (#1.4)}
  59. "The Red Skelton Show" (1951) {Pantomime Concert (#10.15)}
  60. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Meets the Mustache (#3.3)}
  61. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#14.12)}
  62. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Change of Heart}
  63. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Circle of Evil (#2.13)}
  64. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Cry Ruin}
  65. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Dead on Nine (#1.29)}
  66. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Death of a Dream}
  67. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Dr. Kate}
  68. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {In Close Pursuit}
  69. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Meeting at Appalachia (#2.11)}
  70. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Murder Is a Private Affair (#2.16)}
  71. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Night Panic}
  72. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {The Man in the Funny Suit (#2.14)}
  73. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {The Problem in Cell 13}
  74. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {The Sound of Murder}
  75. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Thunder in the Night (#2.12)}
  76. "Make Room for Daddy" (1953) {Lucy Upsets the Williams Household (#6.14)}
  77. "Sunday Showcase" (1959) {The Milton Berle Special (#1.7)}
  78. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Goes to Alaska (#2.3)}
  79. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Wants a Career (#2.4)}
  80. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy's Summer Vacation (#2.5)}
  81. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Milton Berle Hides at the Ricardos (#3.1)}
  82. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {The Ricardos Go to Japan (#3.2)}
  83. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {A Diamond for Carla (#2.1)}
  84. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Ballad for a Bad Man (#1.12)}
  85. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Border Justice (#2.6)}
  86. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Chain of Command (#1.19)}
  87. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Chez Rouge (#1.16)}
  88. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Come Back to Sorrento (#2.5)}
  89. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Happy Hill (#1.13)}
  90. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Lepke (#2.7)}
  91. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Lucy Goes to Alaska (#1.25)}
  92. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Lucy Wants a Career (#1.21)}
  93. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Man in Orbit (#1.24)}
  94. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Martin's Folly}
  95. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Murder in Gratitude (#2.9)}
  96. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Perilous (#1.27)}
  97. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Six Guns for Donegan (#2.3)}
  98. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {So Tender, So Profane (#2.4)}
  99. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Symbol of Authority (#1.15)}
  100. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {The Comeback (#1.17)}
  101. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {The Day the Town Stood Up (#2.2)}
  102. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {The Desilu Revue (#2.10)}
  103. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {The Eighth Circle}
  104. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {The Hanging Judge (#2.8)}
  105. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {The Hard Road (#1.20)}
  106. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {The Innocent Assassin (#1.18)}
  107. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {The Killer Instinct (#1.30)}
  108. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {The Untouchables: Part 1 (#1.22)}
  109. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {The Untouchables: Part 2 (#1.23)}
  110. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Trial at Devil's Canyon}
  111. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Two Counts of Murder (#1.28)}
  112. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Goes to Mexico (#2.1)}
  113. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Goes to Sun Valley (#1.5)}
  114. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Hunts Uranium (#1.3)}
  115. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Makes Room for Danny (#2.2)}
  116. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Wins a Race Horse (#1.4)}
  117. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#11.39)}
  118. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Debut (#1.5)}
  119. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {K.O. Kitty (#1.10)}
  120. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Lucy Goes to Mexico (#1.1)}
  121. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Lucy Makes Room for Danny (#1.9)}
  122. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {My Father, the Fool (#1.4)}
  123. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Silent Thunder (#1.8)}
  124. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Song of Bernadette (#1.2)}
  125. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {The Case for Dr. Mudd (#1.3)}
  126. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {The Crazy Hunter (#1.11)}
  127. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {The Night the Phone Rang (#1.7)}
  128. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Building a Bar-B-Q (#6.24)}
  129. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Country Club Dance (#6.25)}
  130. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Housewarming (#6.23)}
  131. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Little Ricky Gets a Dog (#6.14)}
  132. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy and Superman (#6.13)}
  133. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy and the Loving Cup (#6.12)}
  134. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Does the Tango (#6.20)}
  135. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Gets Chummy with the Neighbors (#6.18)}
  136. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Hates to Leave (#6.16)}
  137. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Misses the Mertzes (#6.17)}
  138. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Raises Chickens (#6.19)}
  139. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Raises Tulips (#6.26)}
  140. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Wants to Move to the Country (#6.15)}
  141. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy's Night in Town (#6.22)}
  142. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ragtime Band (#6.21)}
  143. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Ricardos Dedicate a Statue (#6.27)}
  144. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {At Sixty-Five}
  145. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Takes a Cruise to Havana (#1.1)}
  146. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {The Celebrity Next Door (#1.2)}
  147. Forever, Darling (1956)
  148. I Love Lucy Christmas Show (1956) (TV)
  149. "December Bride" (1954) {Sunken Den (#2.20)}
  150. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Bon Voyage (#5.13)}
  151. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Deep Sea Fishing (#6.7)}
  152. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Desert Island (#6.8)}
  153. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Little Ricky Gets Stage Fright (#6.4)}
  154. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Little Ricky Learns to Play the Drums (#6.2)}
  155. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Little Ricky's School Pageant (#6.10)}
  156. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy and Bob Hope (#6.1)}
  157. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Gets a Paris Gown (#5.20)}
  158. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Gets Homesick in Italy (#5.22)}
  159. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Goes to Monte Carlo (#5.25)}
  160. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Goes to Scotland (#5.17)}
  161. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy in the Swiss Alps (#5.21)}
  162. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Meets Charles Boyer (#5.19)}
  163. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Meets Orson Welles (#6.3)}
  164. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Meets the Queen (#5.15)}
  165. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy's Bicycle Trip (#5.24)}
  166. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy's Italian Movie (#5.23)}
  167. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Off to Florida (#6.6)}
  168. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Paris at Last (#5.18)}
  169. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Return Home from Europe (#5.26)}
  170. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Second Honeymoon (#5.14)}
  171. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Staten Island Ferry (#5.12)}
  172. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Fox Hunt (#5.16)}
  173. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The I Love Lucy Christmas Show (#6.11)}
  174. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Ricardos Visit Cuba (#6.9)}
  175. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Visitor from Italy (#6.5)}
  176. "I've Got a Secret" (1952) {(1956-02-08)}
  177. "I've Got a Secret" (1952) {(1956-02-09)}
  178. "MGM Parade" (1955) {(#1.22)}
  179. "The Bob Hope Show" (1952) {(1956-10-08)}
  180. "The Bob Hope Show" (1952) {(1956-12-28)}
  181. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#10.2)}
  182. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#9.20)}
  183. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#9.40)}
  184. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Bullfight Dance (#4.22)}
  185. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {California, Here We Come! (#4.12)}
  186. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Don Juan and the Starlets (#4.17)}
  187. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Don Juan Is Shelved (#4.21)}
  188. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ethel's Hometown (#4.15)}
  189. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {First Stop (#4.13)}
  190. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Hollywood Anniversary (#4.23)}
  191. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Hollywood at Last (#4.16)}
  192. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {In Palm Springs (#4.26)}
  193. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy and Harpo Marx (#4.27)}
  194. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy and John Wayne (#5.2)}
  195. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy and the Dummy (#5.3)}
  196. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Gets Into Pictures (#4.18)}
  197. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Goes to the Rodeo (#5.8)}
  198. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Learns to Drive (#4.11)}
  199. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Visits Grauman's (#5.1)}
  200. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Nursery School (#5.9)}
  201. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky Needs an Agent (#4.29)}
  202. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky Sells the Car (#5.4)}
  203. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky's European Booking (#5.10)}
  204. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Tennessee Bound (#4.14)}
  205. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Dancing Star (#4.28)}
  206. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Fashion Show (#4.19)}
  207. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Great Train Robbery (#5.5)}
  208. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Hedda Hopper Story (#4.20)}
  209. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Homecoming (#5.6)}
  210. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Passports (#5.11)}
  211. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Ricardos Are Interviewed (#5.7)}
  212. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Star Upstairs (#4.25)}
  213. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Tour (#4.30)}
  214. "Our Miss Brooks" (1952) {The King and Brooks (#4.8)}
  215. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#9.2)}
  216. A Star Is Born World Premiere (1954) (TV)
  217. Screen Snapshots: Memories in Uniform (1954)
  218. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Bonus Bucks (#3.23)}
  219. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ethel's Birthday (#4.8)}
  220. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Fan Magazine (#3.19)}
  221. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Getting Ready (#4.10)}
  222. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Home Movies (#3.22)}
  223. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Cries Wolf (#4.3)}
  224. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Is Envious (#3.25)}
  225. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Writes a Novel (#3.26)}
  226. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy's Club Dance (#3.27)}
  227. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy's Mother-in-Law (#4.7)}
  228. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Mertz and Kurtz (#4.2)}
  229. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Mr. and Mrs. T.V. Show (#4.24)}
  230. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Oil Wells (#3.20)}
  231. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky Loses His Temper (#3.21)}
  232. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky Minds the Baby (#3.16)}
  233. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky's Contract (#4.9)}
  234. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky's Hawaiian Vacation (#3.24)}
  235. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky's Movie Offer (#4.5)}
  236. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky's Screen Test (#4.6)}
  237. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Sentimental Anniversary (#3.18)}
  238. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Tennessee Ernie Hangs On (#3.31)}
  239. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Tennessee Ernie Visits (#3.30)}
  240. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Black Wig (#3.28)}
  241. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Business Manager (#4.1)}
  242. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Charm School (#3.17)}
  243. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Diner (#3.29)}
  244. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Matchmaker (#4.4)}
  245. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Million Dollar Idea (#3.15)}
  246. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Sublease (#3.33)}
  247. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#7.23)}
  248. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#8.4)}
  249. I Love Lucy (1953)
  250. The Long, Long Trailer (1953)
  251. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Baby Pictures (#3.7)}
  252. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Changing the Boys' Wardrobe (#3.12)}
  253. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Equal Rights (#3.6)}
  254. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy and Ethel Buy the Same Dress (#3.3)}
  255. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Becomes a Sculptress (#2.15)}
  256. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Changes Her Mind (#2.21)}
  257. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Goes to the Hospital (#2.16)}
  258. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Has Her Eyes Examined (#3.13)}
  259. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Hires a Maid (#2.23)}
  260. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Is a Matchmaker (#2.27)}
  261. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Tells the Truth (#3.8)}
  262. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Wants New Furniture (#2.28)}
  263. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy's Last Birthday (#2.25)}
  264. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Never Do Business with Friends (#2.31)}
  265. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {No Children Allowed (#2.22)}
  266. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Redecorating the Mertzes' Apartment (#3.10)}
  267. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky and Fred Are TV Fans (#2.30)}
  268. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky has Labor Pains (#2.14)}
  269. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky's Life Story (#3.1)}
  270. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky's Old Girlfriend (#3.14)}
  271. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Sales Resistance (#2.17)}
  272. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Black Eye (#2.20)}
  273. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Camping Trip (#2.29)}
  274. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Club Election (#2.19)}
  275. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The French Revue (#3.9)}
  276. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Girls Go Into Business (#3.2)}
  277. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Indian Show (#2.24)}
  278. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Inferiority Complex (#2.18)}
  279. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Ricardos Change Apartments (#2.26)}
  280. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Too Many Crooks (#3.11)}
  281. Stars in the Eye (1952) (TV)
  282. "Four Star Revue" (1950) {(#2.35)}
  283. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Breaking the Lease (#1.18)}
  284. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Cuban Pals (#1.28)}
  285. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Fred and Ethel Fight (#1.22)}
  286. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Job Switching (#2.1)}
  287. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Does a TV Commercial (#1.30)}
  288. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Fakes Illness (#1.16)}
  289. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Gets Ricky on the Radio (#1.32)}
  290. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Hires an English Tutor (#2.13)}
  291. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Is Enceinte (#2.10)}
  292. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Plays Cupid (#1.15)}
  293. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Writes a Play (#1.17)}
  294. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy's Schedule (#1.33)}
  295. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy's Show-Biz Swan Song (#2.12)}
  296. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {New Neighbors (#1.21)}
  297. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Pioneer Women (#1.25)}
  298. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Pregnant Women Are Unpredictable (#2.11)}
  299. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Redecorating (#2.8)}
  300. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky Asks for a Raise (#1.35)}
  301. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky Loses His Voice (#2.9)}
  302. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky Thinks He's Going Bald (#1.34)}
  303. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Amateur Hour (#1.14)}
  304. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Anniversary Present (#2.3)}
  305. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Ballet (#1.19)}
  306. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Benefit (#1.13)}
  307. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Courtroom (#2.7)}
  308. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Freezer (#1.29)}
  309. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Golf Game (#3.32)}
  310. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Gossip (#1.24)}
  311. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Handcuffs (#2.4)}
  312. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Kleptomaniac (#1.27)}
  313. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Marriage License (#1.26)}
  314. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Mustache (#1.23)}
  315. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Operetta (#2.5)}
  316. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Publicity Agent (#1.31)}
  317. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Saxophone (#2.2)}
  318. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Young Fans (#1.20)}
  319. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Vacation from Marriage (#2.6)}
  320. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Be a Pal (#1.2)}
  321. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Drafted (#1.11)}
  322. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Is Jealous of Girl Singer (#1.10)}
  323. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Thinks Ricky Is Trying to Murder Her (#1.4)}
  324. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Men Are Messy (#1.8)}
  325. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Adagio (#1.12)}
  326. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Audition (#1.6)}
  327. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Diet (#1.3)}
  328. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Fur Coat (#1.9)}
  329. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Girls Want to Go to the Nightclub (#1.1)}
  330. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Quiz Show (#1.5)}
  331. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Seance (#1.7)}
  332. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Unaired Pilot (#1.0)}
  333. "The Ed Wynn Show" (1949) {(#1.14)}
  334. Holiday in Havana (1949)
  335. Jitterumba (1947)
  336. Cuban Pete (1946)
  337. Desi Arnaz and His Orchestra (1946)
  338. Bataan (1943)
  339. Screen Snapshots Series 23, No. 1: Hollywood in Uniform (1943)
  340. Four Jacks and a Jill (1942)
  341. The Navy Comes Through (1942)
  342. Father Takes a Wife (1941)
  343. Hedda Hopper's Hollywood No. 2 (1941)
  344. Meet the Stars #6: Stars at Play (1941)
  345. Too Many Girls (1940)

Movies Directed

  1. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The First Anniversary Is the Hardest (#2.9)}
  2. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The Hombre Who Came to Dinner: Part 1 (#1.18)}
  3. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The Hombre Who Came to Dinner: Part 2 (#1.19)}
  4. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The Matador Makes a Movie (#2.7)}
  5. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The Wig Story (#1.24)}
  6. Land's End (1968) (TV)
  7. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Here Comes the Bride, Again (#2.1)}
  8. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {How Not to Manage a Rock Group (#1.30)}
  9. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {I Haven't Got a Secret (#1.26)}
  10. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {I'd Tell You I Love You, But We're Not Speaking (#1.21)}
  11. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Jerry's Night Out with the Boys (#1.27)}
  12. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Nome, Schnome, I'd Rather Have It at Home (#2.11)}
  13. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The Career Girls (#1.6)}
  14. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The Newlyweds Move In (#1.5)}
  15. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The Not-Cold-Enough War (#1.14)}
  16. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Through the Lurking Glass (#1.12)}
  17. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {All Fall Down (#1.3)}
  18. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Everybody Goes on a Honeymoon (#1.2)}
  19. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Everybody Wants to Be a Writer (#1.16)}
  20. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {My Son, the Actor (#1.8)}
  21. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {On Again, Off Again, Lohengrin (#1.1)}
  22. The Carol Channing Show (1966) (TV)
  23. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Meets the Mustache (#3.3)}
  24. "Sunday Showcase" (1959) {The Milton Berle Special (#1.7)}
  25. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Milton Berle Hides at the Ricardos (#3.1)}
  26. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {The Ricardos Go to Japan (#3.2)}

Movies Produced

  1. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Show Business Is No Business (#2.24)} (executive producer)
  2. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Take Her, He's Mine (#2.23)} (executive producer)
  3. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Double Trouble in the Nursery (#2.18)} (executive producer)
  4. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Every In-Law Wants to Get Into the Act (#2.21)} (executive producer)
  5. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The Charge of the Wife Brigade (#2.25)} (executive producer)
  6. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Guess Who's Coming Forever (#2.20)} (executive producer)
  7. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Make Room for Baby (#2.14)} (executive producer)
  8. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Nanny, Go Home (#2.17)} (executive producer)
  9. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {And Baby Makes Four (#2.16)} (executive producer)
  10. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The Not-So-Grand Opera (#2.26)} (executive producer)
  11. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Two on the Aisle (#2.22)} (executive producer)
  12. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Void Where Prohibited by In-Laws (#2.19)} (executive producer)
  13. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Don't Give Up the Sloop (#1.20)} (executive producer)
  14. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The Birth of Everything But the Blues (#2.10)} (executive producer)
  15. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Even Mothers-In-Law Have Mothers-In-Law (#2.6)} (executive producer)
  16. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The First Anniversary Is the Hardest (#2.9)} (executive producer)
  17. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The Hombre Who Came to Dinner: Part 1 (#1.18)} (executive producer)
  18. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Hail, Hail, the Gang's Still Here (#2.12)} (executive producer)
  19. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The Hombre Who Came to Dinner: Part 2 (#1.19)} (executive producer)
  20. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Herb's Little Helper (#1.22)} (executive producer)
  21. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The Kids Move Out (#1.17)} (executive producer)
  22. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Here Comes the Bride, Again (#2.1)} (executive producer)
  23. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The Long, Long Weekend (#1.28)} (executive producer)
  24. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {How Not to Manage a Rock Group (#1.30)} (executive producer)
  25. Land's End (1968) (TV) (producer)
  26. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {I Didn't Raise Myself to Be a Grandmother (#2.5)} (executive producer)
  27. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {I Haven't Got a Secret (#1.26)} (executive producer)
  28. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {I'd Tell You I Love You, But We're Not Speaking (#1.21)} (executive producer)
  29. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {It's a Dog's Life (#2.8)} (executive producer)
  30. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {It's Only Money (#1.25)} (executive producer)
  31. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Jealousy Makes the Heart Grow Fonder (#1.29)} (executive producer)
  32. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Jerry's Night Out with the Boys (#1.27)} (executive producer)
  33. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Love Thy Neighbor (#2.4)} (executive producer)
  34. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {A Little Pregnancy Goes a Long Way (#2.3)} (executive producer)
  35. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Nome, Schnome, I'd Rather Have It at Home (#2.11)} (executive producer)
  36. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Bye, Bye Blackmailer (#1.23)} (executive producer)
  37. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The Matador Makes a Movie (#2.7)} (executive producer)
  38. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The Match Game (#2.2)} (executive producer)
  39. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The Wig Story (#1.24)} (executive producer)
  40. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The Career Girls (#1.6)} (executive producer)
  41. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Everybody Goes on a Honeymoon (#1.2)} (executive producer)
  42. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Everybody Wants to Be a Writer (#1.16)} (executive producer)
  43. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The Great Bicycle Race (#1.11)} (executive producer)
  44. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {I Thought He'd Never Leave (#1.10)} (executive producer)
  45. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {A Night to Forget (#1.4)} (executive producer)
  46. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {My Son, the Actor (#1.8)} (executive producer)
  47. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {All Fall Down (#1.3)} (executive producer)
  48. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {On Again, Off Again, Lohengrin (#1.1)} (executive producer)
  49. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Divorce: Mother-in-Law Style (#1.13)} (executive producer)
  50. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The Newlyweds Move In (#1.5)} (executive producer)
  51. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {The Not-Cold-Enough War (#1.14)} (executive producer)
  52. "The Mothers-In-Law" (1967) {Through the Lurking Glass (#1.12)} (executive producer)
  53. The Carol Channing Show (1966) (TV) (producer)
  54. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Digs Up a Date (#1.2)} (executive producer)
  55. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Misplaces $2,000 (#1.4)} (executive producer)
  56. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Waits Up for Chris (#1.1)} (executive producer)
  57. "The Untouchables" (1959) {Arsenal (#3.27)} (executive producer) (uncredited)
  58. "The Untouchables" (1959) {The Eddie O'Gara Story (#4.7)} (executive producer) (uncredited)
  59. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Two's Company (#3.21)} (executive producer)
  60. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Vamp 'Til Ready (#3.22)} (executive producer)
  61. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Royal Visit (#3.17)} (executive producer)
  62. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Operation Pudney (#3.14)} (executive producer)
  63. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Pandora (#3.23)} (executive producer)
  64. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Toujour L'Amour (#3.16)} (executive producer)
  65. "The Untouchables" (1959) {Stranglehold (#2.27)} (executive producer) (uncredited)
  66. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Mr. Big Shot (#3.15)} (executive producer)
  67. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Always April (#3.20)} (executive producer)
  68. "New Comedy Showcase" (1960) (executive producer)
  69. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Dog Who Came to Dinner (#2.18)} (executive producer)
  70. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Elopement (#3.13)} (executive producer)
  71. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Wedding March (#2.31)} (executive producer)
  72. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Freeloader (#2.22)} (executive producer)
  73. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Other Woman (#3.12)} (executive producer)
  74. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Roman Hatter (#2.26)} (executive producer)
  75. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {One for the Books (#2.28)} (executive producer)
  76. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Slightly Married (#2.14)} (executive producer)
  77. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Witness (#2.17)} (executive producer)
  78. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Surprise, Surprise (#2.27)} (executive producer)
  79. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Woman Behind the Throne (#2.13)} (executive producer)
  80. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Meets the Mustache (#3.3)} (executive producer)
  81. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Billy (#2.23)} (executive producer)
  82. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Boy Genius (#2.30)} (executive producer)
  83. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Common Cents (#2.21)} (executive producer)
  84. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Olive's Dream Man (#2.19)} (executive producer)
  85. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Devery's White Elephant (#2.15)} (executive producer)
  86. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Doubting Devery (#2.29)} (executive producer)
  87. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {I Can Get It for You Wholesale (#2.24)} (executive producer)
  88. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Katy Meets Danger (#2.25)} (executive producer)
  89. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {A Touch of Larceny (#2.20)} (executive producer)
  90. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Angels (#2.32)} (executive producer)
  91. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Katy's New Career (#2.16)} (executive producer)
  92. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Two on the Aisle (#1.21)} (executive producer)
  93. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Engagement Ring (#1.26)} (executive producer)
  94. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The High Cost of Living (#1.20)} (executive producer)
  95. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Lucy Story (#2.1)} (executive producer)
  96. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Goes to Alaska (#2.3)} (executive producer)
  97. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The O'Connors Stick Together (#1.19)} (executive producer)
  98. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Raise (#1.31)} (executive producer)
  99. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Road to Health (#1.25)} (executive producer)
  100. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Sal Mineo Story (#2.5)} (executive producer)
  101. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Square Peg (#1.28)} (executive producer)
  102. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Queen for a Day (#2.8)} (executive producer)
  103. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Stand-In Heiress (#1.22)} (executive producer)
  104. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Tender Trap (#2.10)} (executive producer)
  105. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Ugly Bonnet (#1.30)} (executive producer)
  106. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Springtime for Katy (#1.32)} (executive producer)
  107. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Three Loves Has Katy (#1.16)} (executive producer)
  108. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Big Pay-Off (#2.6)} (executive producer)
  109. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Top Executive (#2.11)} (executive producer)
  110. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Wants a Career (#2.4)} (executive producer)
  111. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy's Summer Vacation (#2.5)} (executive producer)
  112. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Milton Berle Hides at the Ricardos (#3.1)} (executive producer)
  113. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {The Ricardos Go to Japan (#3.2)} (executive producer)
  114. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Old Buddy Boy (#2.7)} (executive producer)
  115. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Domestic Katy (#2.4)} (executive producer)
  116. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Five Year Itch (#1.17)} (executive producer)
  117. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Geisha Girl (#1.29)} (executive producer)
  118. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Give It Back to the Indians (#1.15)} (executive producer)
  119. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Hurrah for the Irish (#1.18)} (executive producer)
  120. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Johnny Moves Up (#1.14)} (executive producer)
  121. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Katy and Olive's Nervous Break-up (#2.3)} (executive producer)
  122. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Katy and the Cowboy (#2.2)} (executive producer)
  123. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Katy and the New Girl (#2.9)} (executive producer)
  124. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Katy Goes Through Channels (#1.33)} (executive producer)
  125. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Katy Mismanages (#2.12)} (executive producer)
  126. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {A Promotion for Johnny (#1.34)} (executive producer)
  127. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Katy's Big Surprise (#1.23)} (executive producer)
  128. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Katy's Investment Club (#1.27)} (executive producer)
  129. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Katy's New Boss (#1.24)} (executive producer)
  130. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Baby at the Bartley House (#1.35)} (executive producer)
  131. "The Texan" (1958) (executive producer)
  132. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Bridal Suite (#1.1)} (executive producer)
  133. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Countess of Bartley (#1.7)} (executive producer)
  134. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Masquerade Ball (#1.5)} (executive producer)
  135. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Goes to Mexico (#2.1)} (executive producer)
  136. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Goes to Sun Valley (#1.5)} (executive producer)
  137. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Hunts Uranium (#1.3)} (executive producer)
  138. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Makes Room for Danny (#2.2)} (executive producer)
  139. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Say It with Music (#1.9)} (executive producer)
  140. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Six Wives Plus Two (#1.2)} (executive producer)
  141. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Thanksgiving Show (#1.8)} (executive producer)
  142. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Big Gamble (#1.10)} (executive producer)
  143. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Boss's Son (#1.12)} (executive producer)
  144. The Fountain of Youth (1958) (TV) (executive producer)
  145. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Wins a Race Horse (#1.4)} (executive producer)
  146. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Love Comes to Olive (#1.3)} (executive producer)
  147. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {East Side Story (#1.13)} (executive producer)
  148. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {Governess for a Day (#1.4)} (executive producer)
  149. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {It's a Dog's Life (#1.11)} (executive producer)
  150. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {A New Lease on Life (#1.6)} (executive producer)
  151. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Does the Tango (#6.20)} (producer)
  152. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Gets Chummy with the Neighbors (#6.18)} (producer)
  153. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Housewarming (#6.23)} (producer)
  154. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Takes a Cruise to Havana (#1.1)} (executive producer)
  155. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Little Ricky Gets a Dog (#6.14)} (producer)
  156. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {The Celebrity Next Door (#1.2)} (executive producer)
  157. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Building a Bar-B-Q (#6.24)} (producer)
  158. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy and Superman (#6.13)} (producer)
  159. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Country Club Dance (#6.25)} (producer)
  160. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy and the Loving Cup (#6.12)} (producer)
  161. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Misses the Mertzes (#6.17)} (producer)
  162. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ragtime Band (#6.21)} (producer)
  163. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Raises Chickens (#6.19)} (producer)
  164. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Raises Tulips (#6.26)} (producer)
  165. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Wants to Move to the Country (#6.15)} (producer)
  166. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy's Night in Town (#6.22)} (producer)
  167. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Hates to Leave (#6.16)} (producer)
  168. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Ricardos Dedicate a Statue (#6.27)} (producer)
  169. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Gets a Paris Gown (#5.20)} (executive producer)
  170. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Gets Homesick in Italy (#5.22)} (executive producer)
  171. Forever, Darling (1956) (producer)
  172. I Love Lucy Christmas Show (1956) (TV) (producer)
  173. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Little Ricky Gets Stage Fright (#6.4)} (producer)
  174. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Bon Voyage (#5.13)} (executive producer)
  175. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Little Ricky Learns to Play the Drums (#6.2)} (producer)
  176. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Little Ricky's School Pageant (#6.10)} (producer)
  177. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy and Bob Hope (#6.1)} (producer)
  178. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Deep Sea Fishing (#6.7)} (producer)
  179. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Desert Island (#6.8)} (producer)
  180. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Return Home from Europe (#5.26)} (executive producer)
  181. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy's Bicycle Trip (#5.24)} (executive producer)
  182. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Goes to Monte Carlo (#5.25)} (executive producer)
  183. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Goes to Scotland (#5.17)} (executive producer)
  184. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy's Italian Movie (#5.23)} (executive producer)
  185. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy in the Swiss Alps (#5.21)} (executive producer)
  186. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Off to Florida (#6.6)} (producer)
  187. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Meets Charles Boyer (#5.19)} (executive producer)
  188. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Meets Orson Welles (#6.3)} (producer)
  189. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Paris at Last (#5.18)} (executive producer)
  190. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Meets the Queen (#5.15)} (executive producer)
  191. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Fox Hunt (#5.16)} (executive producer)
  192. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Second Honeymoon (#5.14)} (executive producer)
  193. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The I Love Lucy Christmas Show (#6.11)} (co-producer)
  194. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Staten Island Ferry (#5.12)} (executive producer)
  195. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Ricardos Visit Cuba (#6.9)} (producer)
  196. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Visitor from Italy (#6.5)} (producer)
  197. "Those Whiting Girls" (1955) (executive producer)
  198. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Don Juan and the Starlets (#4.17)} (executive producer)
  199. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Don Juan Is Shelved (#4.21)} (executive producer)
  200. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ethel's Hometown (#4.15)} (executive producer)
  201. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {First Stop (#4.13)} (executive producer)
  202. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Hollywood Anniversary (#4.23)} (executive producer)
  203. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Hollywood at Last (#4.16)} (executive producer)
  204. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {In Palm Springs (#4.26)} (executive producer)
  205. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Bullfight Dance (#4.22)} (executive producer)
  206. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy and Harpo Marx (#4.27)} (executive producer)
  207. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {California, Here We Come! (#4.12)} (executive producer)
  208. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy and John Wayne (#5.2)} (executive producer)
  209. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy and the Dummy (#5.3)} (executive producer)
  210. "Willy" (1954) {Franklin's Shoe Business (#1.36)} (executive producer)
  211. "Willy" (1954) {Willy and the Farewell Dance (#1.25)} (executive producer)
  212. "Willy" (1954) {Willy and the Kate Fleming Case (#1.27)} (executive producer)
  213. "Willy" (1954) {Willy and the Mystery Package (#1.21)} (executive producer)
  214. "Willy" (1954) {New York Bound (#1.26)} (executive producer)
  215. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Visits Grauman's (#5.1)} (executive producer)
  216. "Willy" (1954) {Willy Doubles in Brass (#1.24)} (executive producer)
  217. "Willy" (1954) {Willy Saves Harvey from Fraud (#1.33)} (executive producer)
  218. "Willy" (1954) {Papa's Hot Tip (#1.30)} (executive producer)
  219. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Gets Into Pictures (#4.18)} (executive producer)
  220. "Willy" (1954) {Puppy Love (#1.20)} (executive producer)
  221. "Willy" (1954) {Willy's Nephew (#1.23)} (executive producer)
  222. "Willy" (1954) {The Big Fight (#1.34)} (executive producer)
  223. "Willy" (1954) {The Charity Benefit (#1.16)} (executive producer)
  224. "Willy" (1954) {The Daniel Boone Case (#1.22)} (executive producer)
  225. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Goes to the Rodeo (#5.8)} (executive producer)
  226. "Willy" (1954) {Willy and Aunt Cora's Beau (#1.18)} (executive producer)
  227. "Willy" (1954) {Willy and Eccentric Henrietta (#1.38)} (executive producer)
  228. "Willy" (1954) {Willy and El Flamenco (#1.37)} (executive producer)
  229. "Willy" (1954) {Willy and Grandpa's Piano (#1.19)} (executive producer)
  230. "Willy" (1954) {Willy and Hansel and Gretel (#1.28)} (executive producer)
  231. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Nursery School (#5.9)} (executive producer)
  232. "Willy" (1954) {Willy and Hurricane Harvey (#1.39)} (executive producer)
  233. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Learns to Drive (#4.11)} (executive producer)
  234. "Willy" (1954) {Willy and L'Affaire Paul Revere (#1.17)} (executive producer)
  235. "Willy" (1954) {Willy and the Counterfeiters (#1.31)} (executive producer)
  236. "Willy" (1954) {Willy's New Dress (#1.32)} (executive producer)
  237. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Dancing Star (#4.28)} (executive producer)
  238. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky Needs an Agent (#4.29)} (executive producer)
  239. "Willy" (1954) {Willy's New York Neighbors (#1.29)} (executive producer)
  240. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky Sells the Car (#5.4)} (executive producer)
  241. "Willy" (1954) {Willy's Painting (#1.35)} (executive producer)
  242. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Fashion Show (#4.19)} (executive producer)
  243. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky's European Booking (#5.10)} (executive producer)
  244. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Great Train Robbery (#5.5)} (executive producer)
  245. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Hedda Hopper Story (#4.20)} (executive producer)
  246. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Homecoming (#5.6)} (executive producer)
  247. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Tennessee Bound (#4.14)} (executive producer)
  248. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Passports (#5.11)} (executive producer)
  249. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Ricardos Are Interviewed (#5.7)} (executive producer)
  250. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Star Upstairs (#4.25)} (executive producer)
  251. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Tour (#4.30)} (executive producer)
  252. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Cries Wolf (#4.3)} (executive producer)
  253. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ethel's Birthday (#4.8)} (executive producer)
  254. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Fan Magazine (#3.19)} (executive producer)
  255. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Getting Ready (#4.10)} (executive producer)
  256. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Home Movies (#3.22)} (executive producer)
  257. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Bonus Bucks (#3.23)} (executive producer)
  258. "Willy" (1954) {Willy and the Crook Julius (#1.7)} (executive producer)
  259. "Willy" (1954) {Get Charlie's Goat (#1.2)} (executive producer)
  260. "Willy" (1954) {Job Offer (#1.10)} (executive producer)
  261. "Willy" (1954) {Willy Chooses Not to Run (#1.5)} (executive producer)
  262. "Willy" (1954) {New York Colleague (#1.4)} (executive producer)
  263. "Willy" (1954) {Operation Stocks (#1.3)} (executive producer)
  264. "Willy" (1954) {Papa's Birthday (#1.14)} (executive producer)
  265. "Willy" (1954) {Willy Waves the Flag (#1.8)} (executive producer)
  266. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Writes a Novel (#3.26)} (executive producer)
  267. "Willy" (1954) {Willy's Commission (#1.6)} (executive producer)
  268. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy's Club Dance (#3.27)} (executive producer)
  269. "Willy" (1954) {The Fate of the Theatre (#1.15)} (executive producer)
  270. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy's Mother-in-Law (#4.7)} (executive producer)
  271. "Willy" (1954) {The French Hat (#1.11)} (executive producer)
  272. "Willy" (1954) {The Substitution (#1.13)} (executive producer)
  273. "Willy" (1954) {Water Witch Case (#1.9)} (executive producer)
  274. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Mertz and Kurtz (#4.2)} (executive producer)
  275. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Mr. and Mrs. T.V. Show (#4.24)} (executive producer)
  276. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Is Envious (#3.25)} (executive producer)
  277. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Oil Wells (#3.20)} (executive producer)
  278. "Willy" (1954) {Willy and Muller vs. Muller (#1.12)} (executive producer)
  279. "Willy" (1954) {First Case (#1.1)} (executive producer)
  280. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Tennessee Ernie Hangs On (#3.31)} (executive producer)
  281. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Tennessee Ernie Visits (#3.30)} (executive producer)
  282. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Matchmaker (#4.4)} (executive producer)
  283. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Million Dollar Idea (#3.15)} (executive producer)
  284. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Black Wig (#3.28)} (executive producer)
  285. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Business Manager (#4.1)} (executive producer)
  286. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Charm School (#3.17)} (executive producer)
  287. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky Loses His Temper (#3.21)} (executive producer)
  288. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky Minds the Baby (#3.16)} (executive producer)
  289. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Diner (#3.29)} (executive producer)
  290. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky's Contract (#4.9)} (executive producer)
  291. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky's Hawaiian Vacation (#3.24)} (executive producer)
  292. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky's Movie Offer (#4.5)} (executive producer)
  293. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky's Screen Test (#4.6)} (executive producer)
  294. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Sentimental Anniversary (#3.18)} (executive producer)
  295. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Sublease (#3.33)} (executive producer)
  296. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Changes Her Mind (#2.21)} (executive producer)
  297. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Equal Rights (#3.6)} (executive producer)
  298. I Love Lucy (1953) (executive producer)
  299. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Baby Pictures (#3.7)} (executive producer)
  300. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy and Ethel Buy the Same Dress (#3.3)} (executive producer)
  301. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Changing the Boys' Wardrobe (#3.12)} (executive producer)
  302. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Becomes a Sculptress (#2.15)} (executive producer)
  303. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Redecorating the Mertzes' Apartment (#3.10)} (executive producer)
  304. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Tells the Truth (#3.8)} (executive producer)
  305. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky and Fred Are TV Fans (#2.30)} (executive producer)
  306. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Wants New Furniture (#2.28)} (executive producer)
  307. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Goes to the Hospital (#2.16)} (executive producer)
  308. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy's Last Birthday (#2.25)} (executive producer)
  309. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Has Her Eyes Examined (#3.13)} (executive producer)
  310. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Hires a Maid (#2.23)} (executive producer)
  311. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Is a Matchmaker (#2.27)} (executive producer)
  312. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Never Do Business with Friends (#2.31)} (executive producer)
  313. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {No Children Allowed (#2.22)} (executive producer)
  314. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Black Eye (#2.20)} (executive producer)
  315. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Camping Trip (#2.29)} (executive producer)
  316. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky has Labor Pains (#2.14)} (executive producer)
  317. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Club Election (#2.19)} (executive producer)
  318. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The French Revue (#3.9)} (executive producer)
  319. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Girls Go Into Business (#3.2)} (executive producer)
  320. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky's Life Story (#3.1)} (executive producer)
  321. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky's Old Girlfriend (#3.14)} (executive producer)
  322. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Sales Resistance (#2.17)} (executive producer)
  323. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Indian Show (#2.24)} (executive producer)
  324. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Inferiority Complex (#2.18)} (executive producer)
  325. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Ricardos Change Apartments (#2.26)} (executive producer)
  326. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Too Many Crooks (#3.11)} (executive producer)
  327. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Does a TV Commercial (#1.30)} (executive producer)
  328. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Job Switching (#2.1)} (executive producer)
  329. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Breaking the Lease (#1.18)} (executive producer)
  330. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Redecorating (#2.8)} (executive producer)
  331. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky Asks for a Raise (#1.35)} (executive producer)
  332. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Writes a Play (#1.17)} (executive producer)
  333. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Gets Ricky on the Radio (#1.32)} (executive producer)
  334. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy's Schedule (#1.33)} (executive producer)
  335. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy's Show-Biz Swan Song (#2.12)} (executive producer)
  336. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Hires an English Tutor (#2.13)} (executive producer)
  337. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Is Enceinte (#2.10)} (executive producer)
  338. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Pregnant Women Are Unpredictable (#2.11)} (executive producer)
  339. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Kleptomaniac (#1.27)} (executive producer)
  340. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Marriage License (#1.26)} (executive producer)
  341. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Anniversary Present (#2.3)} (executive producer)
  342. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Operetta (#2.5)} (executive producer)
  343. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky Loses His Voice (#2.9)} (executive producer)
  344. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Courtroom (#2.7)} (executive producer)
  345. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky Thinks He's Going Bald (#1.34)} (executive producer)
  346. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Freezer (#1.29)} (executive producer)
  347. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Golf Game (#3.32)} (executive producer)
  348. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Gossip (#1.24)} (executive producer)
  349. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Handcuffs (#2.4)} (executive producer)
  350. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Publicity Agent (#1.31)} (executive producer)
  351. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Saxophone (#2.2)} (executive producer)
  352. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Young Fans (#1.20)} (executive producer)
  353. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Vacation from Marriage (#2.6)} (executive producer)
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