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The Dark Corner

The Dark Corner, starring Lucille Ball
The Dark Corner (1946) starring Lucille Ball, William Bendix, Clifton Webb, Mark Stevens The Dark Corner is remembered mostly for Lucille Ball‘s role in the movie, and that’s a pity.  Not that Lucille Ball didn’t turn in a good performance; she did, playing “gal Friday” to a hard-nosed private eye...
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Best Foot Forward (1943)

Best Foot Forward, starring Lucille Ball, Harry James
Best Foot Forward (1943), starring Lucille Ball, Harry James A fun musical, that frequently had me asking, “When is Lucy coming back on screen?” Please understand, that even without Lucy on screen, it’s a fun musical farce.  There are several nice musical numbers and some Wonderful music by the Harry James...
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Miss Grant Takes Richmond (1949)

Miss Grant Takes Richmond - Lucille Ball - William Holden - DVD
Miss Grant Takes Richmond (1949) starring Lucille Ball, William Holden, James Gleason  Miss Grant Takes Richmond begins at a secretarial school, where the grave-looking Charles Lane is overseeing his class, including Ellen Grant, played by the lovely Lucille Ball.  Most of the class is performing well, but not Lucille Ball’s character, which she...
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The Fuller Brush Girl (1950)

The Fuller Brush Girl, starring Lucille Ball, Eddie Albert
The Fuller Brush Girl(1950) starring Lucille Ball, Eddie Albert Synopsis of The Fuller Brush Girl  Sally Elliot (played by Lucille Ball) has been engaged to her co-worker Humphrey Briggs (Eddie Albert) for three years; even though they have enough money saved up for a down payment on their dream house,...
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Room Service (1938)

Room Service starring the Marx Brothers, Lucille Ball, Ann Miller
Room Service (1938) starring the Marx Brothers (Groucho Marx, Chico Marx, Harpo Marx), Lucille Ball, Ann Miller  Room Service is one of the Marx Brothers underrated movies.  Although it’s not as good as their very best movies (A Night at the Opera, A Day at the Races), it’s still a funny,...
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Meet the People (1944)

Meet the People, starring Lucille Ball
Meet the People(1944) starring Lucille Ball, Dick Powell  At its’ heart, Meet the People is a musical romantic comedy, where shipyard worker William ‘Swanee’ Swanson (played by Dick Powell) has written a patriotic play about the American worker during World War II, and actress Julie Hampton (played by Lucille Ball) is...
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Fancy Pants (1950) starring Lucille Ball and Bob Hope

Fancy Pants, starring Bob Hope and Lucille Ball
Editorial Review of Fancy Pants, starring Bob Hope and Lucille Ball, courtesy of Amazon.com Bob Hope is up to his classic shenanigans in Fancy Pants, a loose remake of the comedy favorite Ruggles of Red Gap. Hope plays Humphrey, an American actor playing a British butler in a hokey play in...
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Sorrowful Jones (1949)

Sorrowful Jones starring Lucille Ball and Bob Hope
Sorrowful Jones (1949), starring Bob Hope and Lucille Ball  Sorrowful Jones is a wonderful movie.  Based on a Damon Runyon story, a remake of Shirley Temple’s Little Miss Marker starring Bob Hope as the title character, Sorrowful Jones, a bookie, who receives a young child as a gambler’s marker.  The villain of the...
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