Biography of Lucille Ball

Lucy is enciente (pregnant)
Lucille Ball is best known for her portrayal of Lucy Ricardo, a scatter-brained housewife who went from one hare-brained scheme to another, trying to share the limelight with her entertainer husband, despite her lack of talent. The real life Lucille Ball was almost the exact opposite; Lucille Ball...
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Lucy moves to NBC

Lucille Ball Specials: Lucy Moves to NBC
Lucille Ball Specials: Lucy Moves to NBC Editorial review of Lucy Moves to NBC, courtesy of Amazon.com  After three decades of starring in a quartet of top-rated comedy series hits (I Love Lucy, The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour, The Lucy Show and Here s Lucy) on CBS-TV, Emmy awarded...
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CBS Salutes Lucy

CBS Salutes Lucy - The First 25 Years
CBS Salutes Lucy – The First 25 Years Product Description  Known as the funniest woman in television history, Lucille Ball was one of a kind. With her outlandish schemes and deadpan zingers, the red-headed actress became legendary, and with her TV shows in wide syndication for years, loved...
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Lucille Ball RKO Comedy Collection Volume 1

Lucille Ball RKO comedy collection, volume 1
Editorial review of Lucille Ball RKO Comedy Collection Volume 1, courtesy of Amazon.com Long before she was crowned the queen of TV, Lucille Ball reigned as the “queen of the Bs” for RKO pictures, appearing in over 43 films. This collection brings together three rarely seen treasures from Lucy’s...
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Five Came Back

Five Came Back - Lucille Ball
Five Came Back (1939) starring Lucille Ball, Chester Morris, John Carradine, Allen Jenkins, C. Aubrey Smith Twelve people are aboard Coast Air Line’s flagship the Silver Queen en route to South America when the airplane encounters a storm and is blown off course. The plane crashes into headhunter-inhabited...
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Lyrics to Mother, What Do I Do Now?

Mother, what do I do now?
Song lyrics to Mother, What Do I Do Now? sung by Lucille Ball in Dance, Girl, Dance Music and Lyrics by Chet Forrest and Bob Wright, sung by Lucille Ball in the Bailey Brothers Burlesque Theater I am not a goody-goody, Just a baby in the woody Love has got...
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Dance, Girl, Dance

Lucille Ball as Bubbles, doing her hula dance audition in Dance, Girl, Dance
Dance, Girl, Dance (1940) starring Lucille Ball, Maureen O’Hara Hard-working ballet dancer Judy O’Brien (Maureen O’Hara), and her street-wise gal-pal Bubbles (Lucille Ball) work as members of a small-time dance troupe operated by Madame Basilova (Maria Ouspenskaya). The story begins with their dance troupe performing in a seedy nightclub...
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