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21 Wonderful Behind-The-Scenes Photos Of "I Love Lucy"

21 Wonderful Behind-The-Scenes Photos Of "I Love Lucy"

I Love Lucy Episode 150 #Mattel

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I Love Lucy Episode 150 #Mattel

Lucille Ball in a promotional still for The I Love Lucy Episode "Nursery School".

Lucille Ball in a promotional still for The I Love Lucy Episode "Nursery School".

I Love Lucy Chocolate Factory Episode Hinged Porcelain Trinket Box 1999 REDUCED

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I Love Lucy Chocolate Factory Episode Hinged Porcelain Trinket Box 1999 REDUCED

I love Lucille Ball!  I wonder how many half hours I spent as a kid watching Lucy and Ricky over and over again. Tomorrow marks what would have been the 100th birthday of legendary Lucille Ball.   “I Love Lucy: An American Legend” opened August 4 to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the 1950’s comedy at … Read more

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I love Lucille Ball! I wonder how many half hours I spent as a kid watching Lucy and Ricky over and over again. Tomorrow marks what would have been the 100th birthday of legendary Lucille Ball. “I Love Lucy: An American Legend” opened August 4 to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the 1950’s comedy at … Read more

I Love Lucy: The Christmas Episode (DVD, 2013) Ho Ho Ho Ha Ha Ha Factory Sealed

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I Love Lucy: The Christmas Episode (DVD, 2013) Ho Ho Ho Ha Ha Ha Factory Sealed

30. "Hollywood at Last" (aka "LA at Last"), I Love Lucy (1955). I Love Lucy was a pioneer in the use of celebrity guests, and "Hollywood at Last" was the first of dozens of Lucille Ball sitcom episodes with film and TV stars appearing as themselves. They make for a strange dynamic in that Ball, one of the most powerful women in Hollywood and a no-nonsense perfectionist on the set, almost invariably played her character as a starstruck "ordinary person" bowing and scraping before her idols.

30. "Hollywood at Last" (aka "LA at Last"), I Love Lucy (1955). I Love Lucy was a pioneer in the use of celebrity guests, and "Hollywood at Last" was the first of dozens of Lucille Ball sitcom episodes with film and TV stars appearing as themselves. They make for a strange dynamic in that Ball, one of the most powerful women in Hollywood and a no-nonsense perfectionist on the set, almost invariably played her character as a starstruck "ordinary person" bowing and scraping before her idols.

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