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Ball, Lucille (I) Biography




biography of Ball, Lucille (I)

Lucille Désirée Ball
Technicolor Tessie Queen of the B movies (during the 1940s) The First Lady of Television Lucy The Queen of Comedy
6 August 1911, Jamestown, New York, USA
26 April 1989, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA (acute aortic aneurysm)
5' 7 1/2"
The woman who will always be remembered as the crazy, accident-prone, lovable Lucy Ricardo was born Lucille Desiree Ball on August 6, 1911 in Jamestown, New York. Her father died before she was four, and her mother worked several jobs, so she and her younger brother were raised by their grandparents. Always willing to take responsibility for her brother and young cousins, she was a restless teenager who yearned to "make some noise". She entered a dramatic school in New York City, but while her classmate 'Bette Davis' (qv) received all the raves, she was sent home; "too shy". She found some work modeling for 'Hattie Carnegie' (qv)'s and, in 1933, she was chosen to be a "Goldwyn Girl" and appear in the film _Roman Scandals (1933)_ (qv). She was put under contract to RKO Radio Pictures and several small roles, including one in _Top Hat (1935)_ (qv), followed. Eventually, she received starring roles in B-pictures and, occasionally, a good role in an A-picture, like in _Stage Door (1937)_ (qv) or _The Big Street (1942)_ (qv). While filming _Too Many Girls (1940)_ (qv), she met and fell madly in love with a young Cuban actor-musician named 'Desi Arnaz' (qv). Despite different personalities, lifestyles, religions and ages (he was six years younger), he fell hard, too, and after a passionate romance, they eloped and were married in November 1940. Lucy soon switched to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, where she got better roles in films such as _Du Barry Was a Lady (1943)_ (qv); _Best Foot Forward (1943)_ (qv) and the 'Katharine Hepburn' (qv)-'Spencer Tracy (I)' (qv) vehicle _Without Love (1945)_ (qv). In 1948, she took a starring role in the radio comedy "My Favorite Husband", in which she played the scatterbrained wife of a Midwestern banker. In 1950, CBS came knocking with the offer of turning it into a television series. After convincing the network brass to let Desi play her husband and to sign over the rights to and creative control over the series to them, work began on the most popular and universally beloved sitcom of all time. With _"I Love Lucy" (1951)_ (qv), she and Dezi pioneered the 3-camera technique now the standard in filming sitcoms, and the concept of syndicating television programs. She was also the first woman to own her own studio as the head of Desilu Productions. Lucille Ball died at age 77 of an acute aorta aneurysm on April 26, 1989 in Beverly Hills, California.
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-   'Gary Morton (I)' (qv) (19 November 1961 - 26 April 1989) (her death)

-   'Desi Arnaz' (30 November 1940 - 4 May 1960) (divorced); 2 children


-   Red hair and blue eyes

-   Famous for her fake wailing when something bad happens to her


-   Received the Women's International Center (WIC) Living Legacy Award posthumously in 1990.

-   Originally interred at Forest Lawn (Hollywood Hills), Los Angeles, California, USA, Columbarium of Radiant Dawn, Court of Remembrance. In 2003, she was re-interred in the Ball family plot in Lake View Cemetery, Jamestown, New York.

-   A comment from a member of the preview audience of _Follow the Fleet (1936)_ (qv) about bit-player Ball: "You might give the tall gum chewing blonde more parts and see if she can't make the grade - a good gamble."

-   Ball and 'Barbara Pepper' (qv) met early in their careers when they were both "Goldwyn Girls" and remained lifelong friends.

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

-   During a 'Barbara Walters' (qv) interview, 'Jane Fonda' (qv) claimed that her father, 'Henry Fonda' (qv), was deeply in love with 'Lucille Ball (I)' (qv) and that the two were "very close" during the filming of _Yours, Mine and Ours (1968)_ (qv).

-   Was the first woman to own her own film studio as the head of Desilu Productions.

-   Was awarded 2 Stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Motion Pictures at 6436 Hollywood Boulevard; and for Television at 6100 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California.

-   She signed her first promotional agreement with 'Max Factor' (qv) in 1935 and again in 1942. Of all the stars, she had the longest association with the Max Factor company.

-   Once registered as a voter for the Communist party as a favor to her grandfather Frederick Charles Hunt (July 24, 1865-January 9, 1944).

-   Lucy and her son, 'Desi Arnaz Jr.' (qv), appeared together on the very first cover of "TV Guide" magazine in 1953.

-   Died the morning of April 26, 1989, the fifty-sixth birthday of her friend 'Carol Burnett' (qv). That afternoon Burnett received the flowers that Ball had ordered for her birthday.

-   During the 1933 filming of _Roman Scandals (1933)_ (qv), young Lucille Ball, portraying a slave girl, needed to have her eyebrows entirely shaved off. They never grew back.

-   Before her movie career, Lucille was a model at 'Hattie Carnegie' (qv)'s in New York. She mainly modeled heavy fur coats, because she was startlingly thin as a young lady.

-   Lucy and 'Desi Arnaz' (qv) began _"I Love Lucy" (1951)_ (qv) in the hopes of saving their crumbling marriage.

-   She was fired from working at an ice cream store because she kept forgetting to put bananas in banana splits.

-   She put her Chesterfield cigarettes in a Philip Morris package to please her sponsor (of the _"I Love Lucy" (1951)_ (qv) show).

-   TV Guide picked her as the greatest TV star of all time.

-   Was one of the 20 original "Goldwyn Girls", along with 'Virginia Bruce' (qv); 'Ann Dvorak' (qv); 'Paulette Goddard' (qv) and 'Betty Grable' (qv).

-   Born at 5:00 pm Eastern Standard Time zone.

-   Second cousin of actress 'Suzan Ball' (qv).

-   For many years during their marriage, Lucy and 'Desi Arnaz' (qv) hid the fact that she was six years older than 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.

-   Was known for a while as Dianne Belmont back when she was a model.

-   Pictured on a 34¢ USA commemorative postage stamp in the Legends of Hollywood series, issued 6 August 2001.

-   Inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame in 2002.

-   Her favorite movie she made was _The Big Street (1942)_ (qv). Up to her dying day, she resented AMPAS for not recognizing her performance in the movie by including her for an Academy Award nomination.

-   One of her last television appearances was in 1989 on the 62nd Academy Awards, with 'Bob Hope (I)' (qv), announcing the nominations and winner of Best Picture.

-   Stricken by rheumatoid arthritis early in her modeling career and spent 2 years re-learning how to walk.

-   (3 March 1960) Filed for a divorce from husband 'Desi Arnaz' (qv), the day following the last day of filming _"The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957)_ (qv).

-   Biography in: "Who's Who in Comedy" by Ronald L. Smith. pg. 35-37. New York: Facts on File, 1992. ISBN 0816023387.

-   Felt that she did not deserve the title of "Queen of Comedy" and felt that it belonged to her idol, 'Carole Lombard (I)' (qv).

-   While still contemplating whether to do the _"I Love Lucy" (1951)_ (qv) shows, she claimed that in her dream, 'Carole Lombard (I)' (qv) came to her and told her to "Give it a whirl".

-   Was 'Frank Sinatra' (qv)'s first choice for the role of 'Laurence Harvey (I)' (qv)'s mother in _The Manchurian Candidate (1962)_ (qv). He was only dissuaded when 'John Frankenheimer' (qv) took him to see 'Angela Lansbury' (qv) in a play.

-   Disliked any false form of a bird, she preferred to see them in person so she banned all pictures of birds from her house and any hotel room she was staying in.

-   Had a superstition about the letters A and R, which is why her character was named Lucy RicARdo in _"I Love Lucy" (1951)_ (qv); Lucy CARmichael in _"The Lucy Show" (1962)_ (qv); Lucy CARter in _"Here's Lucy" (1968)_ (qv) and Lucy BARker in _"Life with Lucy" (1986)_ (qv) (she was also married to 'Desi ARnaz'). She believed she didn't have luck in her career until she changed her name to Arnaz.

-   First cousin of 'Cleo Morgan' (qv), though they were raised as sisters.

-   Related by marriage to 'Sid Gould (I)' (qv).

-   Related by marriage to 'Vanda Barra' (qv).

-   Was of Irish, Scottish, French, and English descent.

-   Suffered three miscarriages with husband 'Desi Arnaz' (qv). First miscarriage was in 1942. Second miscarriage was in 1949. Third and last miscarriage was in 1950.

-   Comedian 'John Belushi' (qv) was a fan of her and knew every detail of her life and career.

-   She was proud of her family and heritage. Her genealogy can be traced back to the earliest settlers in the colonies. One direct ancestor, William Sprague (1609-1675), left England on the ship "Lyon's Whelp" for Plymouth/Salem, Massachusetts. They were from Upwey, Dorsetshire, England. William, along with his 2 brothers, helped to found the city of Charlestown, Massachusetts. Other Sprague relatives became soldiers in the Revolutionary War and 2 of them became governors of the state of Rhode Island.

-   Lucy and 'Desi Arnaz' (qv) were married a second time in 1946 in a church because his mother believed that the reason they didn't have children yet was because they were never married in the Catholic Church.

-   Lucy and 'Desi Arnaz' (qv) were married at the Byram River Beagle Club in Connecticut in 1940.

-   Lucy filed for divorce from 'Desi Arnaz' (qv) in the 1940s, but didn't go through with it because they reconciled.

-   Not long after the Arnaz's bought their house on 1000 North Roxbury Drive in Beverly Hills, California, it was first featured in episode, _"I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Tour (#4.30)}_ (qv). 'Richard Widmark' (qv) guest-starred and she climbs over the fence to pick a grapefruit, from his backyard.

-   She named herself Diane Belmont after the Belmont racetrack in New York.

-   The day she first met 'Desi Arnaz' (qv), she had a black eye and a torn dress from filming a fight scene for _Dance, Girl, Dance (1940)_ (qv) and he didn't find her at all attractive until they met again later in the day when she had changed into her own clothes and makeup. His oft-quoted first impression of her extraordinary beauty was "That's a hunk o' woman".

-   The original Desilu was her and 'Desi Arnaz' (qv)'s ranch in Chatsworth, California. They used the same method of naming it that 'Douglas Fairbanks (I)' (qv) and 'Mary Pickford' (qv)'s did when they named their estate "Pickfair".

-   Was once known as the "Chesterfield Girl" because she was the spokesmodel for Chesterfield cigarettes.

-   Was tutored in comedy by 'Buster Keaton' (qv).

-   When they were first married in 1940, 'Desi Arnaz' (qv) had to give Lucy a ring from a drugstore because all jewelry stores were closed. She wore it for the rest of their marriage.

-   Her biological father died when she was three years old. Henry Durell Ball was a telephone lineman for the Bell Company. Lucy's mother, DeDe Ball, was pregnant with her second child (younger brother Fred) when Henry contracted typhoid fever and died in February 1915.

-   Biography in: "The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives". Volume Two, 1986-1990, pages 63-66. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1999.

-   Her younger brother, 'Fred Ball (II)' (qv) (1915-2007), moved from their hometown of Jamestown, New York, to join Lucy in Hollywood in the 1930s. Fred often accompanied 'Desi Arnaz' (qv)'s band on tour during the 1940s and 1950s, and was also on the Board of Directors of Desilu Productions. In later years, Fred and his wife Zo operated a motel in Cottonwood, Arizona, where he died. Fred also shared the same birthday as his niece 'Lucie Arnaz' (qv).

-   In Italy, her films were often dubbed by 'Lidia Simoneschi' (qv) or 'Wanda Tettoni' (qv), notably in the hilarious _The Long, Long Trailer (1953)_ (qv). She was occasionally dubbed by 'Rosetta Calavetta' (qv), 'Dhia Cristiani' (qv), 'Rina Morelli' (qv) and 'Renata Marini' (qv) (in _Stage Door (1937)_ (qv)).

-   Was in frail health following a heart attack in May 1988.

-   In 1966, it was reported in an annual stockholder's meeting that her salary as President of Desilu Productions (1962-1967) was $100,000. Her acting fees for 1966 were $130,172.

-   In 1968, she was reported to be the richest woman in television, having earned an estimated $30 million.

-   In 1962, she purchased 'Desi Arnaz' (qv)'s holdings in Desilu holdings for $3 million, as he wanted to retire to his horse ranch in Corona, California, and lead a more stress-free life.

-   In July 1967, she sold Desilu Productions, consisting of 36 sound stages, 2000 employees and 62 acres adjacent to Paramount, to Gulf + Western Industries for $17 million. She received $10 million in Gulf + Western stock for her 60% of Desilu, the remaining $7 million being distributed to 3878 stockholders.

-   Profiled in "Killer Tomatoes: Fifteen Tough Film Dames" by Ray Hagen and Laura Wagner (McFarland, 2004).

-   When her subsequent series _"The Lucy Show" (1962)_ (qv) and _"Here's Lucy" (1968)_ (qv) became popular, 'Jess Oppenheimer' (qv), a co-creator of _"I Love Lucy" (1951)_ (qv) alleged that her character Lucy Carmichael/Carter was in fact Lucy Ricardo re-named and threatened to sue. Rather than go to court, she settled for $220,000.

-   Her 1960 divorce from 'Desi Arnaz' (qv) was quite amicable. They divided their $20 million television empire equally, each retaining 25% Desilu stock (282,800 shares), she got the homes in Beverly Hills and Rancho Mirage, and Desi got the beach house in Del Mar, California and his Horse Ranch in Corona, California. In addition, they agreed to joint custody of their children with him paying $450/month child support.

-   In 1958, in order to raise funds for their various investments, she and 'Desi Arnaz' (qv) took Desilu public on the NYSE at $10 per share. She and Desi each retained 25% of the company, while each selling 25%. She took her $2,500,000 windfall, paid $600,000 in capital gains taxes and, always frugal, invested the remainder into bonds and securities.

-   When she and 'Desi Arnaz' (qv) moved to 1000 North Roxbury Drive in Beverly Hills, Caliifornia, 'Jack Benny' (qv), was their next-door neighbor, residing at 1002 North Roxbury Drive.

-   Was offered the role of Angel in _The Greatest Show on Earth (1952)_ (qv), but was forced to turn it down due to pregnancy. 'Gloria Grahame' (qv) was later cast instead.

-   Appears on a 44¢ USA commemorative postage stamp in the Early Television Memories issue with 'Vivian Vance' (qv), as Lucy Ricardo and Ethel Mertz, in a scene from _"I Love Lucy" (1951) {Job Switching (#2.1)}_ (qv). The stamp was issued 11 August 2009.

-   Was good friends with 6 other actresses. They are 'Mary Jane Croft' (qv), 'Carole Lombard (I)' (qv), 'Ginger Rogers' (qv), 'Ann Sothern' (qv), 'Vivian Vance' (qv), and 'Mary Wickes' (qv). Among them, only Croft and Sothern were biological mothers. Wickes never married and was always listed as single.

-   Became very good friends with 'Maureen O'Hara (I)' (qv) during the making of _Dance, Girl, Dance (1940)_ (qv) and continued being friends until Ball's death. O'Hara was with Lucille when Lucille first met her first husband, 'Desi Arnaz' (qv).

-   Profiled in a book, "Funny Ladies", written by 'Stephen M. Silverman' (qv) in 1999, titled Funny Ladies: 100 Years of Great Comediannes.

-   Though starring in many successful 1940s musical comedies for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, her contract allowed her to honor her prior commitments. She starred in two film classics, _The Dark Corner (1946)_ (qv) for 20th Century Fox and the independently produced _Lured (1947)_ (qv).

-   Lucy launched the movie producer career of David Winters, one of the stars of West Side Story, whose first producer job was to co-produce and choreographed her television special _Lucy in London (1966) (TV)_ (qv).

-   There are 2 stamps with 'Lucille Ball (I)' (qv) on them. A 34 cent stamp, in 2001 and a 44 cent stamp, in 2009.

-   Lucille suffered from ornithophobia, the fear of birds.


-   (1960). Stage Play: Wildcat. Musical comedy. Book by 'N. Richard Nash' (qv). Music by 'Cy Coleman' (qv). Lyrics by Carolyn Leigh. Musical Director: John Morris. Dance and vocal arrangements by John Morris. Music arranged by Robert Ginzler and Sid Ramin. Music orchestrated by 'Robert Ginzler' (qv) and Sid Ramin. Scenic Design by 'Peter Larkin' (qv). Costume Design by 'Alvin Colt' (qv). Lighting Design by Charles Elson. Hair Design by Ronald De Mann. Directed and choreographed by 'Michael Kidd (I)' (qv). Alvin Theatre: 16 Dec 1960- 3 Jun 1961 (171 performances + 2 preview performances). Cast: 'Lucille Ball (I)' (qv) (as "Wildcat Jackson"), 'Keith Andes' (qv) (as "Joe Dynamite"), 'Paula Stewart (I)' (qv) (as "Jane Jackson"), Ken Ayers, 'Robert Bakanic' (qv), Barbara Beck, 'Charles Braswell' (qv) (as "Matt"), Clifford David, Mel Davidson, Howard Fischer, H.F. Green, Lee Green, Penny Ann Green, 'Valerie Harper (I)' (qv) (as "Dancer"), 'Edith King (I)' (qv) (as "Countess Emily O'Brien"), Lucia Lambert, Al Lanti, Ronald Lee, Jan Leighton, Urylee Leonardos, Bill Linton, Jacqueline Maria, Ray Mason, Wendy Nickerson, Virginia Oswald, Frank Pietri, Bill Richards, Anthony Saverino, John Sharpe, Jeanne Steel, Swen Swenson, Gerald Teijelo, Don Tomkins, 'Gene Varrone' (qv) (as "Singer"), Marsha Wagner, Bill Walker. Produced by Michael Kidd and N. Richard Nash.

-   Magazine advertisement with 'Desi Arnaz' (qv) for Philip Morris cigarettes (1952)

-   Magazine advertisements for Woodbury facial powder (1940s)

-   TV commercial with 'Desi Arnaz' (qv) for Philip Morris cigarettes (1950s)

-   Unsold pilot: In 1962 she appeared with 'Gale Gordon' (qv) in a sketch about a woman who had never been in an airplane before, in support of a proposed TV anthology series called The Victor Borge Comedy Theatre"

-   In the 1970s, was a celebrity endorser for the Milton Bradley Company. She variously appeared in TV commercials, and/or her pictures appeared on the boxes of board games such as "Solotaire" ("plays like solitaire, scores like poker"), "Pivot Pool" and "Body Language".

-   From 1930-1931, was the artist's model for the Chesterfield Cigarette Girl (under the pseudonym Diane Belmont).

-   From 1931-1933 in New York City, she was a model for 'Hattie Carnegie' (qv)'s salon.

-   From 1948-1951 she starred on a radio comedy series "My Favorite Husband" with 'Richard Denning (I)' (qv) as Liz and George Cooper. The radio show was done in front of a studio audience, and Lucy honed her comic talents by acting out many of the parts and making funny faces at the audience to make them laugh. Several of the scripts were later redone as episodes of "I Love Lucy".

-   (Monday, March 27th, 1950), she starred along with 'Clifton Webb' (qv) in a Lux Radio Theatre broadcast of "The Man Who Came to Dinner".


-   Joe Morella, Edward Epstein. _Forever Lucy._

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

-   Kathleen Brady. _Lucille Ball._ 1994.

-   Joe Brocho. _Lucy in the Afternoon: An Intimate Memoir of Lucille Ball._ New York: Morrow, 1990.

-   Stefan Kanfer. _Ball of Fire: The Tumultuous Life and Comic Art of Lucille Ball._ New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2003. ISBN 0375413154

-   Joe Morella, Edward Epstein. _Lucy: The Bittersweet Life of Lucille Ball._ Secaucus, NJ: Lyle Stuart, 1973.

-   Geoffrey Feldman. _The Lucy Book._ Los Angeles: Renaissance Books, 1999.

-   Michael McClay. _I Love Lucy._

-   Lucille Ball with Betty Hannah Hoffman. _Love Lucy._ 1996 (written pre-1964): ISBN 0399142053

-   _Lucille: The Life of Lucille Ball._

-   _For the Love of Lucy._

-   Michael Karol. _Lucy A to Z: The Lucille Ball Encyclopedia._ New York: iUniverse Star, 2004. ISBN 0595297617

-   Michael Karol. _Lucy in Print._ New York: iUniverse, 2003. ISBN 0595293212

-   Michael Karol. _The Lucille Ball Quiz Book._ New York: iUniverse, 2004. ISBN 0595318576

-   Michael Karol. _The Comic DNA of Lucille Ball: Interpreting the Icon._ New York: iUniverse, 2005. ISBN 0595379516

-   Coyne Steven Sanders, Tom Gilbert. _Desilu: The Story of Lucille Ball and Desi A._ New York: William Morrow, 1993. ISBN 0-688-11712-X

-   Cindy De La Hoz. _Lucy at the Movies: The Complete Films of Lucille Ball._ Philadelphia, PA: Running Press, 2007. ISBN 076242706X

-   _Lucille Ball, First Lady of Comedy._ New York: The Museum of Broadcasting, 1984.

-   Sheridan, James and Barry Monush. _Lucille Ball FAQ: Everything Left to Know About America's Favorite Redhead._ New York: Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, 2011. ISBN 1617740829


-   I think knowing what you cannot do is more important than knowing what you can do. In fact, that's good taste.

-   One of the things I learned the hard way was that it doesn't pay to get discouraged. Keeping busy and making optimism a way of life can restore faith in yourself.

-   I don't know anything about luck. I've never banked on it, and I'm afraid of people who do. Luck to me is something else: hard work and realizing what is opportunity and what isn't.

-   The secret of staying young is to live honestly, eat slowly, and lie about your age.

-   I'm not funny. What I am is brave.

-   Once in his life, every man is entitled to fall madly in love with a gorgeous redhead.

-   I'd rather regret the things that I have done than the things that I have not.

-   A man who correctly guesses a woman's age may be smart, but he's not very bright.

-   In life, all good things come hard, but wisdom is the hardest to come by.

-   [About her meeting 'Desi Arnaz' (qv) for the first time]: It wasn't love at first sight. It took a full five minutes.

-   Desi ('Desi Arnaz' (qv)) was the great love of my life. I will miss him until the day I die. But I don't regret divorcing him. I just couldn't take it anymore.

-   [About 'Edith Head' (qv)]: Edie knew the truth about all of us. She knew who had flat fannies and who didn't -- but she never told.

-   [on 'Liza Minnelli' (qv)] She's a great trouper, Liza, I wish I had her talent. If anybody's going to take over from me, it's her. She's got a mind like a trip hammer and huge vitality. She's great.

-   [on 'Bob Hope (I)' (qv)] You spell 'Bob Hope (I)' (qv) C-L-A-S-S.

-   [on 'Audrey Hepburn (I)' (qv)] She's a tomboy and a fine comedienne. You'd never think of her being able to do my type of comedy. But she can. She has great energy, frail as she looks. But, well, she's so beautiful, so ethereal, it would be sacrilege to put her through it.

-   You were taken in charge and trained. They have none of that today any place. I regret the passing of the studio system. I was very appreciative of it because I had no talent. Believe me. What could I do? I couldn't dance. I couldn't sing. I could talk. I could barely walk. I had no flair. I wasn't a beauty, that's for sure.

-   [on 'Julie Andrews (I)' (qv)] I mean, you in Britain have some of the best comediennes. 'Julie Andrews (I)' (qv) is a comedienne -- oh yes she is!

-   [on 'Buster Keaton' (qv)] He taught me most of what I know about timing, how to fall and how to handle props and animals.

-   [Defending her "singing" performance in the film _Mame (1974)_ (qv)] Mame stayed up all night and drank champagne! What did you expect her to sound like? 'Julie Andrews (I)' (qv)?

-   I have an everyday religion that works for me. Love yourself first, and everything else falls into line.

-   [About her friend 'Maureen O'Hara (I)' (qv)] Maureen O'Hara is one of the people I love the most out all the people I know.

-   Give yourself first and everything else will fall into line.

-   [on 'Vivian Vance' (qv)] I find that now I usually spend my time looking at Viv. Viv was sensational. And back then, there were things I had to do-I was in the projection room for some reason, and I just couldn't concentrate on it. But now I can. And I enjoy every move that Viv made. She was something.


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

-   _Lucy (2003) (TV)_ (qv)

-   _"American Masters" (1985) {Finding Lucy (#15.4)}_ (qv)


-   _The Scarlett O'Hara War (1980) (TV)_ (qv)

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

-   _Lucy (2003) (TV)_ (qv)

-   _J. Edgar (2011)_ (qv)


-   _Too Many Girls (1940)_ (qv) -> $1500/week

-   _The Magic Carpet (1951)_ (qv) -> $85,000

-   _The Danny Kaye Show with Lucille Ball (1962) (TV)_ (qv) -> $100,000

-   _"I Love Lucy" (1951)_ (qv) -> $3,500 per episode

-   _A Guide for the Married Man (1967)_ (qv) -> $10,000 for two days work.

-   _Yours, Mine and Ours (1968)_ (qv) -> 50% of the net profits (co-producer)

-   _Top Hat (1935)_ (qv) -> $50/week

-   _The Long, Long Trailer (1953)_ (qv) -> $125,000

-   _"The Lucy Show" (1962)_ (qv) -> $15,000/episode

-   _"The Lucy Show" (1962)_ (qv) -> $1,100,000, (1968) deferred compensation

-   _"The Lucy Show" (1962)_ (qv) -> $384,000 (1967-68)

-   _"Life with Lucy" (1986)_ (qv) -> $150,000/episode

-   _A Girl, a Guy, and a Gob (1941)_ (qv) -> $12,500

-   _Two Smart People (1946)_ (qv) -> $1750/week

-   _Dance, Girl, Dance (1940)_ (qv) -> $3500/week

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

-   _Mame (1974)_ (qv) -> $250,000+10% net profits

-   _The Big Street (1942)_ (qv) -> $3,500/week

-   _Go Chase Yourself (1938)_ (qv) -> $2,000/week

-   _Don't Tell the Wife (1937)_ (qv) -> $2,000/week

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


-   "Silver Screen" (USA), January 1949, Vol. 19, Iss. 3, pg. 24-25+56-57, by: Jack Holland, "Here's a Girl Who Knows the Answers"


-   "Parade" (USA), 31 July 2011, pg. 4, by: Brooke Hauser, "We Still Love Lucy"

-   "The Daily Telegraph" (UK), 16 July 2010, Iss. 48,248, pg. 17, by: Nick Allen, "Family of I Love Lucy star fights to stop auction 'prostituting' her legacy"

-   "The New York Times" (USA), 2 July 2006, pg. 24, by: Frank DeCaro, "'Arts & Leisure': Lucy's Swan Song, Complete With Chickens - The final season of 'I Love Lucy' comes to stores. Remember the blouse full of eggs?"

-   "The Washington Post" (USA), 12 August 2005, by: David Bauder, "Lucille Ball Tops List of Dead Celebs"

-   "TV Guide" (USA), 6 July 2002, Vol. 50, Iss. 27, pg. 28-29, by: Joe Rhodes, "They Love Lucy"

-   "TV Guide" (USA), 13 October 2001, Vol. 49, Iss. 41, pg. 30-32, by: Lee Tannen, "The Comeback"

-   "Modern Maturity" (USA), September 2001, Vol. 44w, Iss. 5, pg. 46-49, 51-52, by: Molly Haskell, "50 years and millions of reruns later, why does America still love Lucy?"

-   "Readers Digest" (USA.), March 1990, pg. 72-77, by: Bob Hope, "Unforgettable Lucy!"

-   "McCall's" (USA), June 1973, Vol. 100, Iss. 9, pg. 72-73+134-137, by: Lee Israel, "Everybody Still Loves Lucy"

-   "Picturegoer" (UK), 28 February 1959, Vol. 37, Iss. 1243, pg. 14, by: Arlene Dahl, "Let's be beautiful : Lucy's hair problem"


-   "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 1990, Vol. 3, Iss. 3, pg. 4-7, by: staff, "The First Lady Of Television"

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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. "American Masters" (1985) {Johnny Carson: King of Late Night (#26.5)}
  4. "My Favourite Joke" (2011) {(#1.2)}
  5. "Frontline" (1983) {The Vaccine War (#28.8)}
  6. "Moguls & Movie Stars: A History of Hollywood" (2010) {The Attack of the Small Screens: 1950-1960 (#1.6)}
  7. Here's Lucy: On Location (2009)
  8. Meet the Carters (2009) (V)
  9. TV's 50 Funniest Catch Phrases (2009) (TV)
  10. Working with Lucy: A Conversation with Gino Conforti (2009) (V)
  11. You Know the Face (2009) {{SUSPENDED}}
  12. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2009-04-27)}
  13. "Make 'Em Laugh: The Funny Business of America" (2009) {Slip on a Banana Peel: The Knockabouts (#1.3)}
  14. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2008-07-11)}
  15. The 5th Annual TV Land Awards (2007) (TV)
  16. Cavett Remembers the Comic Legends (2006) (V)
  17. The Last Mogul (2005) (TV)
  18. "E! True Hollywood Story" (1996) {I Love Lucy}
  19. "The American Experience" (1987) {Las Vegas: An Unconventional History: Part 1 (#18.3)}
  20. Bob Monkhouse's Comedy Heroes (2004) (TV)
  21. TV in Black: The First Fifty Years (2004) (V)
  22. TV's Greatest Sidekicks (2004) (TV)
  23. Ziegfeld Girl Intro (2004) (V)
  24. "American Masters" (1985) {Judy Garland: By Myself (#18.5)}
  25. "Naked Science" (2004) {Alien Contact (#1.8)}
  26. "TV Land Moguls" (2004) {The 50's (#1.1)}
  27. Bob Hope at 100 (2003) (TV)
  28. Inside TV Land: Style and Fashion (2003) (TV)
  29. Lucy! TV's Comedy Queen (2003) (TV)
  30. The Desilu Story (2003) (TV)
  31. "MythBusters" (2003) {Penny Drop/Deadly Microwaves/Radio Tooth Fillings (#1.7)}
  32. "The Greatest" (1998) {200 Greatest Pop Culture Icons}
  33. I Love Lucy's 50th Anniversary Special (2001) (TV)
  34. "Omnibus" (1967) {Lucille Ball Queen of Comedy}
  35. "American Masters" (1985) {Finding Lucy (#15.4)}
  36. ABC 2000: The Millennium (1999) (TV)
  37. Junket Whore (1998)
  38. The Best of the Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts (1998) (TV)
  39. "Biography" (1987) {Bob Hope: America's Entertainer}
  40. Judy Garland's Hollywood (1997) (V)
  41. Off the Menu: The Last Days of Chasen's (1997)
  42. The Silver Screen: Color Me Lavender (1997)
  43. Barbara Walters: 20 Years at ABC (1996) (TV)
  44. Bob Hope: Hollywood's Brightest Star (1996) (V)
  45. 50 Years of Funny Females (1995) (TV)
  46. Ed Sullivan All-Star Comedy Special (1995) (TV)
  47. Carol Burnett: The Special Years (1994) (TV)
  48. Entertaining the Troops (1994)
  49. That's Entertainment! III (1994)
  50. "Fame in the Twentieth Century" (1993)
  51. Bob Hope's Bag Full of Christmas Memories (1993) (TV)
  52. Bob Hope: The First 90 Years (1993) (TV)
  53. Lucy and Desi: A Home Movie (1993) (TV)
  54. The Carol Burnett Show: A Reunion (1993) (TV)
  55. TV Guide: 40th Anniversary Special (1993) (TV)
  56. Legends of Comedy (1992) (TV)
  57. "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" (1962) {(1992-05-22)}
  58. Funny Women of Television (1991) (TV)
  59. I Love Lucy: The Very First Show (1990) (TV)
  60. Bob Hope's Love Affair with Lucy (1989) (TV)
  61. The 61st Annual Academy Awards (1989) (TV)
  62. The 6th Annual American Cinema Awards (1989) (TV)
  63. America's Tribute to Bob Hope (1988) (TV)
  64. Happy Birthday, Bob: 50 Stars Salute Your 50 Years with NBC (1988) (TV)
  65. The American Film Institute Salute to Jack Lemmon (1988) (TV)
  66. The Princess Grace Foundation Special Gala Tribute to Cary Grant (1988) (TV)
  67. "Super Password" (1984) {(1988-11-09)}
  68. A Beverly Hills Christmas (1987) (TV)
  69. Bob Hope Salutes the U.S.A.F. 40th Anniversary (1987) (TV)
  70. Happy 100th Birthday, Hollywood (1987) (TV)
  71. The Annual Friars Club Tribute Present a Salute to Liza Minnelli (1987) (TV)
  72. The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts (1987) (TV)
  73. "Hollywood the Golden Years: The RKO Story" (1987) {A Woman's Lot (#1.3)}
  74. "Hollywood the Golden Years: The RKO Story" (1987) {Howard's Way (#1.6)}
  75. All-Star Party for Clint Eastwood (1986) (TV)
  76. Bob Hope's High-Flying Birthday (1986) (TV)
  77. The 38th Annual Emmy Awards (1986) (TV)
  78. The American Film Institute Salute to Billy Wilder (1986) (TV)
  79. The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts (1986) (TV)
  80. "Life with Lucy" (1986) {Breaking Up is Hard to Do (#1.12)}
  81. "Life with Lucy" (1986) {Love Among the Two-by Fours (#1.3)}
  82. "Life with Lucy" (1986) {Lucy and Curtis Are Up a Tree (#1.10)}
  83. "Life with Lucy" (1986) {Lucy and the Guard Goose (#1.9)}
  84. "Life with Lucy" (1986) {Lucy Gets Her Wires Crossed (#1.4)}
  85. "Life with Lucy" (1986) {Lucy Is a Sax Symbol (#1.5)}
  86. "Life with Lucy" (1986) {Lucy Makes a Hit with John Ritter (#1.2)}
  87. "Life with Lucy" (1986) {Lucy Makes Curtis Byte the Dust (#1.6)}
  88. "Life with Lucy" (1986) {Lucy's Green Thumb (#1.11)}
  89. "Life with Lucy" (1986) {Lucy, Legal Beagle (#1.7)}
  90. "Life with Lucy" (1986) {Mother of the Bride (#1.8)}
  91. "Life with Lucy" (1986) {One Good Grandparent Deserves Another (#1.1)}
  92. "Life with Lucy" (1986) {Twas the Flight Before Christmas (#1.14)} {{SUSPENDED}}
  93. "Life with Lucy" (1986) {World's Greatest Grandma (#1.13)}
  94. Night of 100 Stars II (1985) (TV)
  95. Stone Pillow (1985) (TV)
  96. That's Dancing! (1985)
  97. The 2nd TV Academy Hall of Fame (1985) (TV)
  98. All-Star Party for Lucille Ball (1984) (TV)
  99. The 1st TV Academy Hall of Fame (1984)
  100. The 36th Annual Emmy Awards (1984) (TV)
  101. TV's Funniest Game Show Moments (1984) (TV)
  102. Unrehearsed Antics of the Stars (1984) (TV)
  103. "Body Language" (1984) {(1984-09-10)}
  104. "Body Language" (1984) {(1984-09-11)}
  105. "Body Language" (1984) {(1984-09-12)}
  106. "Body Language" (1984) {(1984-09-13)}
  107. "Body Language" (1984) {(1984-09-14)}
  108. "Body Language" (1984) {(1984-12-24)}
  109. "Body Language" (1984) {(1984-12-26)}
  110. "Body Language" (1984) {(1984-12-27)}
  111. "Body Language" (1984) {(1984-12-28)}
  112. "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" (1962) {(1984-12-03)}
  113. Happy Birthday, Bob! (1983) (TV)
  114. Hollywood Out-takes and Rare Footage (1983)
  115. All-Star Party for Carol Burnett (1982) (TV)
  116. Henry Fonda: The Man and His Movies (1982) (TV)
  117. Showbiz Goes to War (1982) (TV)
  118. The 8th Annual People's Choice Awards (1982) (TV)
  119. Women I Love: Beautiful But Funny (1982) (TV)
  120. "The John Davidson Show" (1980) {(1982-02-26)}
  121. "The Merv Griffin Show" (1962) {(1982-06-24)}
  122. "Three's Company" (1976) {The Best of Three's Company: Part 1 (#6.27)}
  123. "Three's Company" (1976) {The Best of Three's Company: Part 2 (#6.28)}
  124. Bob Hope's 30th Anniversary Special (1981) (TV)
  125. High Hopes: The Capra Years (1981) (TV)
  126. The 33rd Annual Emmy Awards (1981) (TV)
  127. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(1981-10-14)}
  128. "Password Plus" (1979) {(1981-03-02)}
  129. "Password Plus" (1979) {(1981-12-02)}
  130. Bob Hope's Overseas Christmas Tours: Around the World with the Troops - 1941-1972 (1980) (TV)
  131. Lucy Moves to NBC (1980) (TV)
  132. Sinatra: The First 40 Years (1980) (TV)
  133. "Password Plus" (1979) {(1980-08-18)}
  134. "The Mike Douglas Show" (1961) {(1980-02-07)}
  135. "Today" (1952) {(1980-02-08)}
  136. Cher... and Other Fantasies (1979) (TV)
  137. The 31st Annual Emmy Awards (1979) (TV)
  138. The 36th Annual Golden Globes Awards (1979) (TV)
  139. The Annual Friars Club Tribute Presents a Salute to Johnny Carson (1979) (TV)
  140. "The Mary Tyler Moore Hour" (1979) {(#1.1)}
  141. "Today" (1952) {(1979-05-09)}
  142. "CBS: On the Air" (1978)
  143. A Tribute to Mr. Television Milton Berle (1978) (TV)
  144. Dean Martin Celebrity Roast: Jimmy Stewart (1978) (TV)
  145. Gene Kelly: An American in Pasadena (1978) (TV)
  146. General Electric's All-Star Anniversary (1978) (TV)
  147. Happy Birthday, Bob (1978) (TV)
  148. Lucy Comes to Nashville (1978) (TV)
  149. The American Film Institute Salute to Henry Fonda (1978) (TV)
  150. "America Alive!" (1978) {Lucille Ball}
  151. "The Mike Douglas Show" (1961) {(#17.11)}
  152. "The Mike Douglas Show" (1961) {(1978-10-30)}
  153. "The Mike Douglas Show" (1961) {(1978-10-31)}
  154. "The Mike Douglas Show" (1961) {(1978-11-01)}
  155. "The Mike Douglas Show" (1961) {(1978-11-02)}
  156. "The Mike Douglas Show" (1961) {(1978-11-03)}
  157. Circus of the Stars #2 (1977) (TV)
  158. Lucy Calls the President (1977) (TV)
  159. "The Barbara Walters Special" (1976) {(#2.1)}
  160. CBS Salutes Lucy: The First 25 Years (1976) (TV)
  161. Gypsy in My Soul (1976) (TV)
  162. NBC: The First Fifty Years - A Closer Look (1976) (TV)
  163. "The Practice" (1976) {The Dream (#2.1)}
  164. Lucy Gets Lucky (1975) (TV)
  165. The Dean Martin Celebrity Roast: Lucille Ball (1975) (TV)
  166. Three for Two (1975) (TV)
  167. "Dinah!" (1974) {(#1.138)}
  168. "The Dick Cavett Show" (1975) {(#1.1)}
  169. Happy Anniversary and Goodbye (1974) (TV)
  170. Mame (1974)
  171. "Dinah!" (1974) {(#1.13)}
  172. "Dinah's Place" (1970) {(1974-03-26)}
  173. "Dinah's Place" (1970) {(1974-06-24)}
  174. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Phil Harris Strike Up the Band (#6.21)}
  175. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Carter Meets Lucille Ball (#6.22)}
  176. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Fights the System (#6.24)}
  177. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Is a Bird-Sitter (#6.15)}
  178. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Is N.G. as an R.N. (#6.17)}
  179. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy, the Sheriff (#6.18)}
  180. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Mary Jane's Boyfriend (#6.20)}
  181. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Meanwhile, Back at the Office (#6.16)}
  182. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Milton Berle Is the Life of the Party (#6.19)}
  183. "The Merv Griffin Show" (1962) {(#11.149)}
  184. Magnavox Presents Frank Sinatra (1973) (TV)
  185. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Goodbye Mrs. Hips (#5.23)}
  186. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Harry Catches Gold Fever (#6.12)}
  187. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Andy Griffith (#6.8)}
  188. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Chuck Connors Have a Surprise Slumber Party (#6.13)}
  189. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Danny Thomas (#6.1)}
  190. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Harry's Memoirs (#5.24)}
  191. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Her Genuine Twinby (#5.17)}
  192. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Joan Rivers Do Jury Duty (#6.9)}
  193. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and the Franchise Fiasco (#5.20)}
  194. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and the Professor (#5.19)}
  195. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Uncle Harry's Pot (#5.21)}
  196. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Gives Eddie Albert the Old Song and Dance (#6.6)}
  197. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Goes on Her Last Blind Date (#5.16)}
  198. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Goes to Prison (#5.18)}
  199. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Is Really in a Pickle (#5.15)}
  200. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Plays Cops and Robbers (#6.14)}
  201. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy's Tenant (#6.7)}
  202. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy, the Peacemaker (#6.3)}
  203. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy, the Wealthy Widow (#6.4)}
  204. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {The Big Game (#6.2)}
  205. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {The Bow Wow Boutique (#6.5)}
  206. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {The Carters Meets Frankie Avalon (#6.11)}
  207. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {The Not-So-Popular-Mechanics (#5.22)}
  208. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Tipsy Through the Tulips (#6.10)}
  209. "Jack Paar Tonite" (1973) {(#1.25)}
  210. "Dinah's Place" (1970) {(1972-09-11)}
  211. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {A Home Is Not an Office (#5.4)}
  212. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Dirty Gertie (#5.10)}
  213. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Harrison Carter, Male Nurse (#5.3)}
  214. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Kim Finally Cuts You-Know-Whose Apron String (#4.24)}
  215. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Kim Moves Out (#4.20)}
  216. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Donny Osmond (#5.11)}
  217. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Eva Gabor Are Hospital Roomies (#5.2)}
  218. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Her Prince Charming (#5.12)}
  219. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Jim Bailey (#5.9)}
  220. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Joe Namath (#5.5)}
  221. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Petula Clark (#5.8)}
  222. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and the Chinese Curse (#4.18)}
  223. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and the Group Encounter (#5.14)}
  224. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and the Little Old Lady (#4.17)}
  225. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Sublets the Office (#4.21)}
  226. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy's Big Break (#5.1)}
  227. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy's Punctured Romance (#4.22)}
  228. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy's Replacement (#4.19)}
  229. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy, the Other Woman (#5.7)}
  230. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {My Fair Buzzi (#5.13)}
  231. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {The Case of the Reckless Wheelchair Driver (#5.6)}
  232. Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Jack Benny But Were Afraid to Ask (1971) (TV)
  233. "Flip" (1970) {(#2.1)}
  234. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Ginger Rogers Comes to Tea (#4.11)}
  235. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Aladdin's Lamp (#3.21)}
  236. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Candid Camera (#4.14)}
  237. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Carol Burnett (#3.22)}
  238. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Flip Go Legit (#4.1)}
  239. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Harry's Italian Bombshell (#4.3)}
  240. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Her All-Nun Band (#4.8)}
  241. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and the 20-20 Vision (#3.18)}
  242. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and the Astronauts (#4.5)}
  243. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and the Celebrities (#4.10)}
  244. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and the Mountain Climber (#4.2)}
  245. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and the Raffle (#3.19)}
  246. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Goes Hawaiian: Part One (#3.23)}
  247. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Goes Hawaiian: Part Two (#3.24)}
  248. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Helps David Frost Go Night-Night (#4.12)}
  249. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy in the Jungle (#4.13)}
  250. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Makes a Few Extra Dollars (#4.6)}
  251. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy's Bonus Bounces (#4.16)}
  252. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy's House Guest, Harry (#3.20)}
  253. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy's Lucky Day (#4.15)}
  254. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy's Vacation (#3.17)}
  255. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Someone's on the Ski Lift with Dinah (#4.7)}
  256. "Make Room for Granddaddy" (1970) {Lucy and the Lecher (#1.16)}
  257. "The David Frost Show" (1969) {(#3.104)}
  258. "The David Frost Show" (1969) {(#3.151)}
  259. "The David Frost Show" (1969) {(#4.40)}
  260. "The Pearl Bailey Show" (1971) {(#1.2)}
  261. "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" (1962) {(1971-05-21)}
  262. "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" (1962) {(1971-08-16)}
  263. Jack Benny's Twentieth Anniversary Special (1970) (TV)
  264. Swing Out, Sweet Land (1970) (TV)
  265. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Ann-Margret (#2.20)}
  266. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Carol Burnett: Part 2 (#2.24)}
  267. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Jack Benny's Biography (#3.11)}
  268. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Lawrence Welk (#2.18)}
  269. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Liberace (#2.16)}
  270. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Ma Parker (#3.15)}
  271. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Rudy Vallee (#3.12)}
  272. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Sammy Davis Jr. (#3.3)}
  273. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and the Drum Contest (#3.4)}
  274. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Viv Visit TiJuana (#2.19)}
  275. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Wally Cox (#2.21)}
  276. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Wayne Newton (#2.22)}
  277. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Cuts Vincent's Price (#3.9)}
  278. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Loses Her Cool (#3.13)}
  279. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Meets the Burtons (#3.1)}
  280. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Stops a Marriage (#3.16)}
  281. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Takes Over (#2.23)}
  282. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy the Crusader (#3.5)}
  283. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy the Diamond Cutter (#3.10)}
  284. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy's Wedding Party (#3.8)}
  285. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy, the American Mother (#3.7)}
  286. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy, the Co-Ed (#3.6)}
  287. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy, the Laundress (#2.17)}
  288. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy, the Part-Time Wife (#3.14)}
  289. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy, the Skydiver (#3.2)}
  290. "The Bob Hope Show" (1952) {(1970-11-16)}
  291. "The Carol Burnett Show" (1967) {(#4.6)}
  292. "The David Frost Show" (1969) {(#2.109)}
  293. "The David Frost Show" (1969) {(#2.192)}
  294. "The Irv Kupcinet Show" (1953) {(1970-02-01)}
  295. "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" (1962) {(1970-02-23)}
  296. "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" (1962) {(1970-11-16)}
  297. Ann-Margret: From Hollywood with Love (1969) (TV)
  298. Jack Benny's Birthday Special (1969) (TV)
  299. The Dinah Shore Special: Like Hep (1969) (TV)
  300. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {A Date for Lucy (#1.19)}
  301. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Carol Burnett (#1.17)}
  302. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Harry's Tonsils (#2.5)}
  303. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Johnny Carson (#2.11)}
  304. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Tennessee Ernie's Fun Farm (#1.23)}
  305. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and the Andrews Sisters (#2.6)}
  306. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and the Bogie Affair (#2.13)}
  307. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and the Ex-Con (#1.15)}
  308. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and the Generation Gap (#2.12)}
  309. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and the Great Airport Chase (#1.18)}
  310. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and the Indian Chief (#2.3)}
  311. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and the Used Car Dealer (#2.9)}
  312. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy at the Drive-In Movie (#2.8)}
  313. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Gets Her Man (#1.21)}
  314. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Goes on Strike (#1.16)}
  315. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Goes to the Air Force Academy: Part 1 (#2.1)}
  316. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Goes to the Air Force Academy: Part 2 (#2.2)}
  317. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Helps Craig Get a Driver's License (#1.24)}
  318. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Protects Her Job (#2.14)}
  319. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Runs the Rapids (#2.4)}
  320. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy the Fixer (#1.14)}
  321. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy the Helpful Mother (#2.15)}
  322. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy's Burglar's Alarm (#2.7)}
  323. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy's Safari (#1.22)}
  324. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy, the Cement Worker (#2.10)}
  325. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy, the Shopping Expert (#1.20)}
  326. "The Carol Burnett Show" (1967) {(#3.9)}
  327. "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" (1962) {(1969-11-14)}
  328. Carnival Nights (1968) (TV)
  329. Yours, Mine and Ours (1968)
  330. "Girl Talk" (1962) {(1968-04-26)}
  331. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Guess Who Owes Lucy $23.50 (#1.11)}
  332. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Eva Gabor (#1.7)}
  333. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and Miss Shelley Winters (#1.4)}
  334. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy and the Gold Rush (#1.13)}
  335. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Sells Craig to Wayne Newton (#1.9)}
  336. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy Visits Jack Benny (#1.2)}
  337. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy's Birthday (#1.8)}
  338. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy's Impossible Mission (#1.6)}
  339. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy's Working Daughter (#1.10)}
  340. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy, the Conclusion Jumper (#1.5)}
  341. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy, the Matchmaker (#1.12)}
  342. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Lucy, the Process Server (#1.3)}
  343. "Here's Lucy" (1968) {Mod, Mod Lucy (#1.1)}
  344. "The Carol Burnett Show" (1967) {(#2.6)}
  345. "The Dean Martin Show" (1965) {1968 Christmas Show (#4.14)}
  346. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and 'The Boss of the Year' Award (#6.24)}
  347. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and Phil Harris (#6.20)}
  348. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and Sid Caesar (#6.23)}
  349. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Lost Star (#6.22)}
  350. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Stolen Stole (#6.19)}
  351. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and Viv Reminisce (#6.16)}
  352. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Gets Involved (#6.17)}
  353. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Helps Ken Berry (#6.21)}
  354. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Mooney's Other Wife (#6.18)}
  355. "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" (1962) {(1968-11-20)}
  356. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#21.28)}
  357. "The Bob Braun Show" (1967)
  358. A Guide for the Married Man (1967)
  359. All About People (1967)
  360. "The Carol Burnett Show" (1967) {(#1.4)}
  361. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Little Old Lucy (#6.7)}
  362. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and Carol Burnett: Part 1 (#6.14)}
  363. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and Carol Burnett: Part 2 (#6.15)}
  364. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and Robert Goulet (#6.8)}
  365. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and Tennessee Ernie Ford (#5.21)}
  366. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the French Movie Star (#6.3)}
  367. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Pool Hustler (#6.13)}
  368. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Starmaker (#6.4)}
  369. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Gets Her Diploma (#6.5)}
  370. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Gets Jack Benny's Account (#6.6)}
  371. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Gets Mooney Fired (#6.9)}
  372. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Gets Trapped (#6.2)}
  373. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Meets Sheldon Leonard (#5.22)}
  374. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Meets the Berles (#6.1)}
  375. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Meets the Law (#5.19)}
  376. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Puts Main Street on the Map (#5.18)}
  377. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Sues Mooney (#6.12)}
  378. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy the Babysitter (#5.16)}
  379. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy the Fight Manager (#5.20)}
  380. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy's Mystery Guess (#6.10)}
  381. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy's Substitute Secretary (#5.14)}
  382. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy, the Philanthropist (#6.11)}
  383. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Main Street U.S.A. (#5.17)}
  384. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Viv Visits Lucy (#5.15)}
  385. Lucy in London (1966) (TV)
  386. "I've Got a Secret" (1952) {(1966-10-24)}
  387. "The Bob Hope Show" (1952) {(1966-09-28)}
  388. "The Dean Martin Show" (1965) {(1966-02-10)}
  389. "The Eamonn Andrews Show" (1964) {(#2.34)}
  390. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and Art Linkletter (#4.16)}
  391. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and Bob Crane (#4.22)}
  392. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and Carol in Palm Springs (#5.8)}
  393. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and Clint Walker (#4.24)}
  394. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and John Wayne (#5.10)}
  395. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and Pat Collins (#5.11)}
  396. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and Paul Winchell (#5.4)}
  397. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Efficiency Expert (#5.13)}
  398. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Monkey (#5.12)}
  399. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Ring-a-Ding Ring (#5.5)}
  400. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Soap Opera (#4.19)}
  401. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Submarine (#5.2)}
  402. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Bags a Bargain (#4.17)}
  403. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Dates Dean Martin (#4.21)}
  404. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Flies to London (#5.6)}
  405. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Gets a Roommate (#5.7)}
  406. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Gets Caught Up in the Draft (#5.9)}
  407. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Goes to a Hollywood Premiere (#4.20)}
  408. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Meets Mickey Rooney (#4.18)}
  409. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy the Bean Queen (#5.3)}
  410. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy the Gun Moll (#4.25)}
  411. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy the Rain Goddess (#4.15)}
  412. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy the Robot (#4.23)}
  413. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy with George Burns (#5.1)}
  414. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy, the Superwoman (#4.26)}
  415. "The Milton Berle Show" (1966) {(#1.1)}
  416. Danny Thomas' The Wonderful World of Burlesque: Second Edition (1965) (TV)
  417. Salute to Stan Laurel (1965) (TV)
  418. "I've Got a Secret" (1952) {(1965-03-08)}
  419. "Password" (1961) {Lucille Ball vs. Gary Morton (#4.15)}
  420. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and Arthur Godfrey (#3.23)}
  421. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and Joan (#4.4)}
  422. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Beauty Doctor (#3.24)}
  423. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Ceramic Cat (#3.16)}
  424. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Countess (#3.19)}
  425. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Countess Have a Horse Guest (#4.6)}
  426. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Countess Lose Weight (#3.21)}
  427. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Golden Greek (#4.2)}
  428. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Monsters (#3.18)}
  429. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Old Mansion (#3.22)}
  430. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Return of Iron Man (#4.11)}
  431. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Sleeping Beauty (#4.9)}
  432. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Undercover Agent (#4.10)}
  433. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy at Marineland (#4.1)}
  434. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Discovers Wayne Newton (#4.14)}
  435. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Goes to Vegas (#3.17)}
  436. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Helps Danny Thomas (#4.7)}
  437. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Helps the Countess (#4.8)}
  438. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy in the Music World (#4.3)}
  439. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Saves Milton Berle (#4.12)}
  440. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy the Choirmaster (#4.13)}
  441. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy the Disc Jockey (#3.26)}
  442. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy the Stockholder (#3.25)}
  443. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy the Stunt Man (#4.5)}
  444. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {My Fair Lucy (#3.20)}
  445. Mr. and Mrs. (1964) (TV)
  446. The Big Parade of Comedy (1964)
  447. "Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre" (1963) {Have Girls, Will Travel (#2.3)}
  448. "Password" (1961) {Lucille Ball & Gary Morton vs. Luci Arnaz and Desi Arnaz Jr. (#3.33)}
  449. "Password" (1961) {Lucille Ball & Gary Morton vs. Lucy Arnaz & Desi Arnaz Jr. (II) (#4.7)}
  450. "Password" (1961) {Lucille Ball & Gary Morton vs. Vivian Vance & Peter Lawford (#4.1)}
  451. "The Danny Kaye Show" (1963) {(#2.7)}
  452. "The Jack Benny Program" (1950) {The Lucille Ball Show (#15.2)}
  453. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Chris Goes Steady (#2.16)}
  454. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Ethel Merman and the Boy Scout Show (#2.19)}
  455. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Good Skate (#3.1)}
  456. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Great Bank Robbery (#3.5)}
  457. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Missing Stamp (#3.14)}
  458. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Plumber (#3.2)}
  459. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Scout Trip (#2.26)}
  460. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Winter Sports (#3.3)}
  461. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and Viv Open a Restaurant (#2.20)}
  462. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Becomes a Father (#3.9)}
  463. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Enters a Baking Contest (#2.28)}
  464. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Gets Amnesia (#3.4)}
  465. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Gets Her Maid (#3.11)}
  466. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Gets the Bird (#3.12)}
  467. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Goes Into Politics (#2.25)}
  468. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Goes to Art Class (#2.15)}
  469. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Is a Process Server (#2.27)}
  470. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Is Her Own Lawyer (#2.23)}
  471. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Makes a Pinch (#3.8)}
  472. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Meets a Millionaire (#2.24)}
  473. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Meets Danny Kaye (#3.15)}
  474. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Plays Florence Nightingale (#2.14)}
  475. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Takes a Job at the Bank (#2.21)}
  476. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Takes Up Golf (#2.17)}
  477. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Teaches Ethel Merman to Sing (#2.18)}
  478. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy's Contact Lenses (#3.10)}
  479. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy, the Camp Cook (#3.6)}
  480. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy, the Coin Collector (#3.13)}
  481. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy, the Meter Maid (#3.7)}
  482. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Viv Moves Out (#2.22)}
  483. CBS: The Stars' Address (1963) (TV)
  484. Critic's Choice (1963)
  485. Hollywood Without Make-Up (1963)
  486. "Password" (1961) {Lucille Ball vs. Gary Morton (#3.14)}
  487. "The Greatest Show on Earth" (1963) {Lady in Limbo (#1.13)}
  488. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Kiddie Parties, Inc. (#2.2)}
  489. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Bank Scandal (#2.7)}
  490. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Little League (#1.28)}
  491. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Military Academy (#2.10)}
  492. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Runaway Butterfly (#1.29)}
  493. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and the Safe Cracker (#2.5)}
  494. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and Viv Are Volunteer Firemen (#1.16)}
  495. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and Viv Become Tycoons (#1.20)}
  496. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and Viv Learn Judo (#1.22)}
  497. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and Viv Play Softball (#2.3)}
  498. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and Viv Put in a Shower (#1.18)}
  499. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and Viv Take Up Chemistry (#1.26)}
  500. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Becomes a Reporter (#1.17)}
  501. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Buys a Boat (#1.30)}
  502. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Conducts the Symphony (#2.13)}
  503. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Decides to Redecorate (#2.8)}
  504. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Drives a Dump Truck (#1.24)}
  505. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Gets Locked in the Vault (#2.4)}
  506. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Goes Duck Hunting (#2.6)}
  507. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Is a Chaperone (#1.27)}
  508. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Is a Soda Jerk (#1.23)}
  509. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Plays Cleopatra (#2.1)}
  510. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Puts Out a Fire at the Bank (#2.9)}
  511. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Visits the White House (#1.25)}
  512. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy's Barbershop Quartet (#1.19)}
  513. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy's College Reunion (#2.11)}
  514. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy's Sister Pays a Visit (#1.15)}
  515. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {No More Double Dates (#1.21)}
  516. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {The Loophole in the Lease (#2.12)}
  517. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#16.31)}
  518. The 14th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (1962) (TV)
  519. The Danny Kaye Show with Lucille Ball (1962) (TV)
  520. The Good Years (1962)
  521. "The Bob Hope Show" (1952) {(1962-10-24)}
  522. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Chris's New Year's Eve Party (#1.14)}
  523. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy and Her Electric Mattress (#1.12)}
  524. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Becomes an Astronaut (#1.6)}
  525. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Builds a Rumpus Room (#1.11)}
  526. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Buys a Sheep (#1.5)}
  527. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Digs Up a Date (#1.2)}
  528. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Is a Kangaroo for a Day (#1.7)}
  529. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Is a Referee (#1.3)}
  530. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Misplaces $2,000 (#1.4)}
  531. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Puts Up a TV Antenna (#1.9)}
  532. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy the Music Lover (#1.8)}
  533. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Lucy Waits Up for Chris (#1.1)}
  534. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Together for Christmas (#1.13)}
  535. "The Lucy Show" (1962) {Vivian Sues Lucy (#1.10)}
  536. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#15.41)}
  537. The Annual National Sports Awards (1961) (TV)
  538. The National Sports Awards (1961) (TV)
  539. "I've Got a Secret" (1952) {(1961-02-15)}
  540. "This Is Your Life" (1952) {William Frawley}
  541. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#14.18)}
  542. "Today" (1952) {(1961-01-03)}
  543. Hedda Hopper's Hollywood (1960) (TV)
  544. The Facts of Life (1960)
  545. "The Garry Moore Show" (1958) {(#3.1)}
  546. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Meets the Mustache (#3.3)}
  547. "Make Room for Daddy" (1953) {Lucy Upsets the Williams Household (#6.14)}
  548. "Sunday Showcase" (1959) {The Milton Berle Special (#1.7)}
  549. "The Ann Sothern Show" (1958) {The Lucy Story (#2.1)}
  550. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Goes to Alaska (#2.3)}
  551. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Wants a Career (#2.4)}
  552. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy's Summer Vacation (#2.5)}
  553. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Milton Berle Hides at the Ricardos (#3.1)}
  554. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {The Ricardos Go to Japan (#3.2)}
  555. "The Phil Silvers Show" (1955) {Bilko's Ape Man (#4.24)}
  556. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Lucy Goes to Alaska (#1.25)}
  557. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Lucy Wants a Career (#1.21)}
  558. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {The Desilu Revue (#2.10)}
  559. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Goes to Mexico (#2.1)}
  560. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Goes to Sun Valley (#1.5)}
  561. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Hunts Uranium (#1.3)}
  562. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Makes Room for Danny (#2.2)}
  563. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Wins a Race Horse (#1.4)}
  564. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#11.39)}
  565. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {K.O. Kitty (#1.10)}
  566. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Lucy Goes to Mexico (#1.1)}
  567. "Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse" (1958) {Lucy Makes Room for Danny (#1.9)}
  568. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Building a Bar-B-Q (#6.24)}
  569. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Country Club Dance (#6.25)}
  570. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Housewarming (#6.23)}
  571. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Little Ricky Gets a Dog (#6.14)}
  572. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy and Superman (#6.13)}
  573. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy and the Loving Cup (#6.12)}
  574. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Does the Tango (#6.20)}
  575. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Gets Chummy with the Neighbors (#6.18)}
  576. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Hates to Leave (#6.16)}
  577. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Misses the Mertzes (#6.17)}
  578. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Raises Chickens (#6.19)}
  579. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Raises Tulips (#6.26)}
  580. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Wants to Move to the Country (#6.15)}
  581. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy's Night in Town (#6.22)}
  582. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ragtime Band (#6.21)}
  583. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Ricardos Dedicate a Statue (#6.27)}
  584. "The Jackie Gleason Show" (1952) {At Sixty-Five}
  585. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {Lucy Takes a Cruise to Havana (#1.1)}
  586. "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" (1957) {The Celebrity Next Door (#1.2)}
  587. Forever, Darling (1956)
  588. I Love Lucy Christmas Show (1956) (TV)
  589. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Bon Voyage (#5.13)}
  590. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Deep Sea Fishing (#6.7)}
  591. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Desert Island (#6.8)}
  592. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Little Ricky Gets Stage Fright (#6.4)}
  593. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Little Ricky Learns to Play the Drums (#6.2)}
  594. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Little Ricky's School Pageant (#6.10)}
  595. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy and Bob Hope (#6.1)}
  596. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Gets a Paris Gown (#5.20)}
  597. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Gets Homesick in Italy (#5.22)}
  598. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Goes to Monte Carlo (#5.25)}
  599. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Goes to Scotland (#5.17)}
  600. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy in the Swiss Alps (#5.21)}
  601. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Meets Charles Boyer (#5.19)}
  602. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Meets Orson Welles (#6.3)}
  603. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Meets the Queen (#5.15)}
  604. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy's Bicycle Trip (#5.24)}
  605. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy's Italian Movie (#5.23)}
  606. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Off to Florida (#6.6)}
  607. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Paris at Last (#5.18)}
  608. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Return Home from Europe (#5.26)}
  609. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Second Honeymoon (#5.14)}
  610. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Staten Island Ferry (#5.12)}
  611. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Fox Hunt (#5.16)}
  612. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The I Love Lucy Christmas Show (#6.11)}
  613. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Ricardos Visit Cuba (#6.9)}
  614. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Visitor from Italy (#6.5)}
  615. "I've Got a Secret" (1952) {(1956-02-08)}
  616. "I've Got a Secret" (1952) {(1956-02-09)}
  617. "MGM Parade" (1955) {(#1.22)}
  618. "The Bob Hope Show" (1952) {(1956-10-08)}
  619. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#10.2)}
  620. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#9.20)}
  621. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#9.40)}
  622. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Bullfight Dance (#4.22)}
  623. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {California, Here We Come! (#4.12)}
  624. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Don Juan and the Starlets (#4.17)}
  625. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Don Juan Is Shelved (#4.21)}
  626. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ethel's Hometown (#4.15)}
  627. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {First Stop (#4.13)}
  628. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Hollywood Anniversary (#4.23)}
  629. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Hollywood at Last (#4.16)}
  630. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {In Palm Springs (#4.26)}
  631. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy and Harpo Marx (#4.27)}
  632. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy and John Wayne (#5.2)}
  633. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy and the Dummy (#5.3)}
  634. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Gets Into Pictures (#4.18)}
  635. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Goes to the Rodeo (#5.8)}
  636. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Learns to Drive (#4.11)}
  637. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Visits Grauman's (#5.1)}
  638. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Nursery School (#5.9)}
  639. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky Needs an Agent (#4.29)}
  640. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky Sells the Car (#5.4)}
  641. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky's European Booking (#5.10)}
  642. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Tennessee Bound (#4.14)}
  643. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Dancing Star (#4.28)}
  644. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Fashion Show (#4.19)}
  645. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Great Train Robbery (#5.5)}
  646. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Hedda Hopper Story (#4.20)}
  647. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Homecoming (#5.6)}
  648. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Passports (#5.11)}
  649. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Ricardos Are Interviewed (#5.7)}
  650. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Star Upstairs (#4.25)}
  651. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Tour (#4.30)}
  652. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#9.2)}
  653. A Star Is Born World Premiere (1954) (TV)
  654. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Bonus Bucks (#3.23)}
  655. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ethel's Birthday (#4.8)}
  656. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Fan Magazine (#3.19)}
  657. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Getting Ready (#4.10)}
  658. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Home Movies (#3.22)}
  659. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Cries Wolf (#4.3)}
  660. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Is Envious (#3.25)}
  661. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Writes a Novel (#3.26)}
  662. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy's Club Dance (#3.27)}
  663. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy's Mother-in-Law (#4.7)}
  664. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Mertz and Kurtz (#4.2)}
  665. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Mr. and Mrs. T.V. Show (#4.24)}
  666. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Oil Wells (#3.20)}
  667. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky Loses His Temper (#3.21)}
  668. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky Minds the Baby (#3.16)}
  669. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky's Contract (#4.9)}
  670. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky's Hawaiian Vacation (#3.24)}
  671. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky's Movie Offer (#4.5)}
  672. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky's Screen Test (#4.6)}
  673. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Sentimental Anniversary (#3.18)}
  674. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Tennessee Ernie Hangs On (#3.31)}
  675. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Tennessee Ernie Visits (#3.30)}
  676. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Black Wig (#3.28)}
  677. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Business Manager (#4.1)}
  678. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Charm School (#3.17)}
  679. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Diner (#3.29)}
  680. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Matchmaker (#4.4)}
  681. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Million Dollar Idea (#3.15)}
  682. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Sublease (#3.33)}
  683. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#7.23)}
  684. "Toast of the Town" (1948) {(#8.4)}
  685. I Love Lucy (1953)
  686. The Long, Long Trailer (1953)
  687. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Baby Pictures (#3.7)}
  688. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Changing the Boys' Wardrobe (#3.12)}
  689. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Equal Rights (#3.6)}
  690. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy and Ethel Buy the Same Dress (#3.3)}
  691. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Becomes a Sculptress (#2.15)}
  692. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Changes Her Mind (#2.21)}
  693. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Goes to the Hospital (#2.16)}
  694. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Has Her Eyes Examined (#3.13)}
  695. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Hires a Maid (#2.23)}
  696. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Is a Matchmaker (#2.27)}
  697. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Tells the Truth (#3.8)}
  698. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Wants New Furniture (#2.28)}
  699. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy's Last Birthday (#2.25)}
  700. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Never Do Business with Friends (#2.31)}
  701. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {No Children Allowed (#2.22)}
  702. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Redecorating the Mertzes' Apartment (#3.10)}
  703. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky and Fred Are TV Fans (#2.30)}
  704. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky has Labor Pains (#2.14)}
  705. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky's Life Story (#3.1)}
  706. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky's Old Girlfriend (#3.14)}
  707. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Sales Resistance (#2.17)}
  708. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Black Eye (#2.20)}
  709. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Camping Trip (#2.29)}
  710. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Club Election (#2.19)}
  711. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The French Revue (#3.9)}
  712. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Girls Go Into Business (#3.2)}
  713. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Indian Show (#2.24)}
  714. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Inferiority Complex (#2.18)}
  715. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Ricardos Change Apartments (#2.26)}
  716. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Too Many Crooks (#3.11)}
  717. Stars in the Eye (1952) (TV)
  718. The 24th Annual Academy Awards (1952) (TV) {{SUSPENDED}}
  719. "Four Star Revue" (1950) {(#2.35)}
  720. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Breaking the Lease (#1.18)}
  721. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Cuban Pals (#1.28)}
  722. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Fred and Ethel Fight (#1.22)}
  723. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Job Switching (#2.1)}
  724. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Does a TV Commercial (#1.30)}
  725. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Fakes Illness (#1.16)}
  726. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Gets Ricky on the Radio (#1.32)}
  727. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Hires an English Tutor (#2.13)}
  728. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Is Enceinte (#2.10)}
  729. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Plays Cupid (#1.15)}
  730. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Writes a Play (#1.17)}
  731. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy's Schedule (#1.33)}
  732. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy's Show-Biz Swan Song (#2.12)}
  733. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {New Neighbors (#1.21)}
  734. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Pioneer Women (#1.25)}
  735. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Pregnant Women Are Unpredictable (#2.11)}
  736. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Redecorating (#2.8)}
  737. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky Asks for a Raise (#1.35)}
  738. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky Loses His Voice (#2.9)}
  739. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Ricky Thinks He's Going Bald (#1.34)}
  740. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Amateur Hour (#1.14)}
  741. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Anniversary Present (#2.3)}
  742. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Ballet (#1.19)}
  743. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Benefit (#1.13)}
  744. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Courtroom (#2.7)}
  745. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Freezer (#1.29)}
  746. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Golf Game (#3.32)}
  747. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Gossip (#1.24)}
  748. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Handcuffs (#2.4)}
  749. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Kleptomaniac (#1.27)}
  750. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Marriage License (#1.26)}
  751. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Mustache (#1.23)}
  752. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Operetta (#2.5)}
  753. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Publicity Agent (#1.31)}
  754. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Saxophone (#2.2)}
  755. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Young Fans (#1.20)}
  756. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Vacation from Marriage (#2.6)}
  757. The Magic Carpet (1951)
  758. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Be a Pal (#1.2)}
  759. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Drafted (#1.11)}
  760. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Is Jealous of Girl Singer (#1.10)}
  761. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Lucy Thinks Ricky Is Trying to Murder Her (#1.4)}
  762. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Men Are Messy (#1.8)}
  763. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Adagio (#1.12)}
  764. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Audition (#1.6)}
  765. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Diet (#1.3)}
  766. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Fur Coat (#1.9)}
  767. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Girls Want to Go to the Nightclub (#1.1)}
  768. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Quiz Show (#1.5)}
  769. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {The Seance (#1.7)}
  770. "I Love Lucy" (1951) {Unaired Pilot (#1.0)}
  771. A Woman of Distinction (1950)
  772. Fancy Pants (1950)
  773. The Fuller Brush Girl (1950)
  774. "The Ed Wynn Show" (1949) {(#1.14)}
  775. Easy Living (1949)
  776. Miss Grant Takes Richmond (1949)
  777. Sorrowful Jones (1949)
  778. "Inside U.S.A. with Chevrolet" (1949) {(#1.5)}
  779. "The Milton Berle Show" (1948) {(#1.38)}
  780. Her Husband's Affairs (1947)
  781. Hollywood Bound (1947)
  782. Lured (1947)
  783. Easy to Wed (1946)
  784. Lover Come Back (1946)
  785. The Dark Corner (1946)
  786. Two Smart People (1946)
  787. Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in Hollywood (1945)
  788. Without Love (1945)
  789. Ziegfeld Follies (1945)
  790. Meet the People (1944)
  791. Best Foot Forward (1943)
  792. Du Barry Was a Lady (1943)
  793. Thousands Cheer (1943)
  794. Seven Days' Leave (1942)
  795. The Big Street (1942)
  796. Valley of the Sun (1942)
  797. A Girl, a Guy, and a Gob (1941)
  798. Look Who's Laughing (1941)
  799. Meet the Stars #6: Stars at Play (1941)
  800. Dance, Girl, Dance (1940)
  801. The Marines Fly High (1940)
  802. Too Many Girls (1940)
  803. You Can't Fool Your Wife (1940)
  804. Beauty for the Asking (1939)
  805. Five Came Back (1939)
  806. Panama Lady (1939)
  807. That's Right - You're Wrong (1939)
  808. Twelve Crowded Hours (1939)
  809. Annabel Takes a Tour (1938)
  810. Go Chase Yourself (1938)
  811. Having Wonderful Time (1938)
  812. Joy of Living (1938)
  813. Next Time I Marry (1938)
  814. Room Service (1938)
  815. Screen Snapshots Series 18, No. 1 (1938)
  816. The Affairs of Annabel (1938)
  817. Don't Tell the Wife (1937)
  818. Stage Door (1937)
  819. There Goes My Girl (1937)
  820. Bunker Bean (1936)
  821. Chatterbox (1936)
  822. Dummy Ache (1936)
  823. Follow the Fleet (1936)
  824. Muss 'em Up (1936)
  825. One Live Ghost (1936)
  826. So and Sew (1936)
  827. Swing It (1936)
  828. That Girl from Paris (1936)
  829. The Farmer in the Dell (1936)
  830. Winterset (1936)
  831. A Night at the Biltmore Bowl (1935)
  832. Behind the Evidence (1935)
  833. Carnival (1935)
  834. Foolish Hearts (1935)
  835. His Old Flame (1935)
  836. Hooray for Love (1935)
  837. I Dream Too Much (1935)
  838. I'll Love You Always (1935)
  839. Old Man Rhythm (1935)
  840. Roberta (1935)
  841. The Three Musketeers (1935)
  842. The Whole Town's Talking (1935)
  843. Top Hat (1935)
  844. Bottoms Up (1934)
  845. Broadway Bill (1934)
  846. Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back (1934)
  847. Fugitive Lady (1934)
  848. Hold That Girl (1934)
  849. Jealousy (1934)
  850. Kid Millions (1934)
  851. Men of the Night (1934)
  852. Moulin Rouge (1934)
  853. Murder at the Vanities (1934)
  854. Nana (1934)
  855. Perfectly Mismated (1934)
  856. The Affairs of Cellini (1934)
  857. Three Little Pigskins (1934)
  858. Blood Money (1933)
  859. Broadway Thru a Keyhole (1933)
  860. Roman Scandals (1933)
  861. The Bowery (1933)

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