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  1. I don't think so. Original swing Hal Shane will be playing one of the Vernon voices.
  2. A nice article celebrating the 50th anniversary: http://m.emmys.com/news/online-originals/heres-50-years-heres-lucy-part-1
  3. According to Lucie, Donna Murphy and, fellow original cast member, Tony winner Debbie Shapiro Graviette will play two of Sonia's "voices."
  4. Lucie and Robert Klein will be reprising their roles in They're Playing Our Song on Broadway on February 11 - the 40th anniversary of the show!
  5. Today marks the 50th anniversary of the Carter family being introduced to America!
  6. Miami was February. Jamaica was the last week of March. Before she got ill and took a two week vacation in February, Lucy had already arranged to close Wildcat the week of Easter so she could take the kids to Jamaica. She later said she had a terrible time. She went there to relax and didn't know they had a war going on.
  7. CBS has all the Spelling shows, so they should have the rights to Life with Lucy. Lucy is a Sax Symbol is my least favorite episode of the run!
  8. Lucy reportedly introduced a salute to television. This segment, including Lucy, was completely cut from the television broadcast.
  9. I wonder if the missing footage from First Stop (and any other fourth season episode) will be included.
  10. Carol Brady was originally supposed to be a funny character. Joyce Bulifant was cast and then at the very last minute Florence Henderson was brought in and it was decided to cast her. Then they decided to make Alice the funny one and hired Ann B. Davis. A major reason Eve Plumb was hired was because she looked like she could be Joyce's daughter.
  11. If only the producers hasn't cut Lucy out of the show! This might have been the best she looked during the entire decade.
  12. This was 1961, in Jamaica during her Wildcat hiatus.
  13. Yes, why is "Lucy and Danny Thomas" the only episode from the brilliant sixth season of Here's Lucy? Why are there seven fifth season Lucy Show episodes? There is an offer on the Time Life site that combines this Lucy release with Carll Burnett DVDs so that explains why so many of Carol Burnett's appearances made this collection.
  14. LUCY: THE ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 1 (6 DVDS) Volume 1 will take you back to the beginning of Lucy’s television career. You’ll get 32 episodes of I Love Lucy and 2 episodes of The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour, featuring guest stars Bob Hope, Harpo Marx, Rudy Vallee, Tallulah Bankhead and more! Bonus features include the I Love Lucy 50th Anniversary Special, the lost I Love Lucy pilot, an interview with Lucie Arnaz, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz’s I Love Lucy Costume & Makeup Tests and more! Volume 1: Disc 1 – I Love Lucy Breaking the Lease Original Air Date: February 11, 1952 The Ballet Original Air Date: February 18, 1952 Pioneer Women Original Air Date: March 31, 1952 The Freezer Original Air Date: April 28, 1952 Lucy Does a TV Commercial Original Air Date: May 5, 1952 Ricky Thinks He’s Getting Bald Original Air Date: June 2, 1952 The Courtroom Original Air Date: November 10, 1952 Lucy Is Enceinte Original Air Date: December 8, 1952 Volume 1: Disc 2 – I Love Lucy Pregnant Women Are Unpredictable Original Air Date: December 15, 1952 Ricky Has Labor Pains Original Air Date: January 5, 1953 Lucy Goes to the Hospital Original Air Date: January 19, 1953 Lucy’s Last Birthday Original Air Date: May 11, 1953 Lucy Wants New Furniture Original Air Date: June 1, 1953 Ricky’s ‘Life’ Story Original Air Date: October 5, 1953 Lucy Tells the Truth Original Air Date: November 9, 1953 Getting Ready Original Air Date: December 13, 1954 Volume 1: Disc 3 – I Love Lucy First Stop Original Air Date: January 17, 1955 The Fashion Show Original Air Date: February 28, 1955 In Palm Springs Original Air Date: April 25, 1955 Guest Star: Rock Hudson Harpo Marx Original Air Date: May 9, 1955 Guest Star: Harpo Marx Ricky Needs an Agent Original Air Date: May 16, 1955 Bon Voyage Original Air Date: January 16, 1956 Paris at Last Original Air Date: February 27, 1956 Lucy’s Bicycle Trip Original Air Date: April 23, 1956 Volume 1: Disc 4 – I Love Lucy and The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour Lucy and Bob Hope Original Air Date: October 1, 1956 Guest Star: Bob Hope Christmas Show Original Air Date: December 24, 1956 Lucy Does the Tango Original Air Date: March 11, 1957 Lucy Raises Tulips Original Air Date: April 29, 1957 Lucy Takes a Cruise to Havana Original Air Date: November 6, 1957 Guest Stars: Ann Sothern, Rudy Vallee, Hedda Hopper The Celebrity Next Door Original Air Date: December 3, 1957 Guest Star: Tallulah Bankhead Volume 1: Disc 5 – Bonus Features I Love Lucy 50th Anniversary Special Original Air Date: November 11, 2001 The Lost I Love Lucy Pilot, Kinescoped March 2, 1951 Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz’s I Love Lucy Costume & Makeup Tests, Presented by Robert Osborne 1951 On-Set Color Footage Bloopers Funny Outtakes 25 Years of Savings Bonds Interview with Lucie Arnaz Volume 1: Disc 6 – Bonus I Love Lucy Colorized and B&W Episodes Job Switching (Colorized and B&W) Original Air Date: September 15, 1952 L.A. at Last (Colorized and B&W) Original Air Date: February 7, 1955 Guest Star: William Holden Lucy’s Italian Movie (Colorized and B&W) Original Air Date: April 16, 1956 Lucy and Superman (Colorized and B&W) Original Air Date: January 14, 1957 Guest Star: George Reeves LUCY: THE ULTIMATE COLLECTION VOLUME 2 (6 DVDS) After Lucy became the Queen of Comedy, she went on to create hit show after hit show and kept us laughing for decades. Volume 2 features the best episodes from The Lucy Show, Here’s Lucy, and Life with Lucy. Guest stars include Carol Burnett, Dean Martin, Don Rickles, George Burns, Johnny Carson, Milton Berle and more! Bonus features include Meet the Carters, Lucy and Desi On Tour, Home Movies, and more! Volume 2: Disc 1 – The Lucy Show Lucy Is a Kangaroo for a Day Original Air Date: November 12, 1962 Lucy Puts Up a TV Antenna Original Air Date: November 26, 1962 Lucy and Her Electric Mattress Original Air Date: December 17, 1962 Together for Christmas Original Air Date: December 24, 1962 Lucy’s Sister Pays a Visit Original Air Date: January 7, 1963 Guest Star: Peter Marshall Lucy and Viv Put In a Shower Original Air Date: January 28, 1963 Lucy Buys a Boat Original Air Date: April 29, 1963 Lucy Conducts the Symphony Original Air Date: December 30, 1963 Volume 2: Disc 2 – The Lucy Show Lucy Takes a Job at the Bank Original Air Date: February 24, 1964 Lucy, the Good Skate Original Air Date: September 21, 1964 Lucy and the Plumber Original Air Date: September 28, 1964 Guest Star: Jack Benny Lucy and the Ceramic Cat Original Air Date: January 11, 1965 Lucy and the Monsters Original Air Date: January 25, 1965 Lucy Dates Dean Martin Original Air Date: February 14, 1966 Guest Star: Dean Martin Lucy and George Burns Original Air Date: September 12, 1966 Guest Star: George Burns Lucy, the Bean Queen Original Air Date: September 26, 1966 Volume 2: Disc 3 – The Lucy Show Lucy Gets a Roommate Original Air Date: October 31, 1966 Guest Star: Carol Burnett Lucy and Carol in Palm Springs Original Air Date: November 7, 1966 Guest Star: Carol Burnett Lucy Gets Caught in the Draft Original Air Date: November 14, 1966 Viv Visits Lucy Original Air Date: January 9, 1967 Lucy, the Fight Manager Original Air Date: February 20, 1967 Guest Star: Don Rickles Lucy Meets the Berles Original Air Date: September 11, 1967 Guest Star: Milton Berle Lucy Gets Trapped Original Air Date: September 18, 1967 Lucy Gets Her Diploma Original Air Date: October 9, 1967 Volume 2: Disc 4 – Here’s Lucy Lucy and Eva Gabor With Introduction by Peggy Rea Original Air Date: November 11, 1968 Guest Star: Eva Gabor Lucy and Carol Burnett With Introduction by Lucie Arnaz Original Air Date: January 27, 1969 Guest Star: Carol Burnett Lucy and Johnny Carson With Introduction by Lucie Arnaz Original Air Date: December 1, 1969 Guest Stars: Ed McMahon, Johnny Carson Lucy and the Bogie Affair With Introduction by Desi Arnaz Jr. Original Air Date: December 15, 1969 Guest Star: Jack LaLanne Lucy the Helpful Mother With Introduction by Anita Mann Original Air Date: December 29, 1969 Lucy Takes Over With Introduction by Anita Mann Original Air Date: February 23, 1970 Lucy and Carol Burnett With Introduction by Anita Mann Original Air Date: March 2, 1970 Guest Star: Carol Burnett Bonus Features: Featurette: Meet the Carters I Love Lucy Cast Home Movies Volume 2: Disc 5 – Here’s Lucy Lucy Meets the Burtons With Introduction by Lucie Arnaz Original Air Date: September 14, 1970 Guest Stars: Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton Lucy and Carol Burnett With Introduction by Carole Cook Original Air Date: February 8, 1971 Guest Star: Carol Burnett Someone’s on the Ski Lift with Dinah With Introduction by Lucie Arnaz Original Air Date: October 25, 1971 Guest Star: Dinah Shore Lucy and Donny Osmond With Introduction by Lucie Arnaz & Donny Osmond Original Air Date: November 20, 1972 Guest Star: Donny Osmond Lucy Is Really in a Pickle With Introduction by Lucie Arnaz Original Air Date: January 1, 1973 Lucy and Uncle Harry’s Pot With Introduction by Lucie Arnaz Original Air Date: February 12, 1973 Lucy and Danny Thomas With Introduction by Shirley Anthony Original Air Date: September 10, 1973 Guest Star: Danny Thomas Bonus Features: Goofy Golf Fun in Palm Springs Lucy & Desi on Tour Home Movies: Family Fun Volume 2: Disc 6 – Life with Lucy One Good Grandparent Deserves Another Original Air Date: September 20, 1986 Lucy Makes a Hit with John Ritter Original Air Date: September 27, 1986 Guest Star: John Ritter Lucy Is a Sax Symbol Original Air Date: October 25, 1986 Mother of the Bride Original Air Date: November 15, 1986 Guest Star: Audrey Meadows
  15. Time Life is releasing a Lucy DVD collection featuring 76 episodes of Lucy's series including four episodes of Life with Lucy! https://timelife.com/products/lucy-the-ultimate-collection Except for the booklet included, it looks like the many extras are all things that were released on the previous DVD set. As always with these "Best Of" sets, there are many weird inclusions ("Lucy the Fight Manager??!!") and exclusions. Groovy commercial!
  16. I haven't seen it, but she was promoting her new TV series, Sons & Daughters.
  17. Backstage at Happy Birthday Hollywood with Lana Turner and Ginger Rogers.
  18. All the Deplorables will be burning their Incredible Mr. Limpet DVDs.
  19. These are all terrific pictures. I don't think I've ever seen the resemblance between Desi Sr. and Desi Jr. as strong as it is in the first picture of Desi with Bob Hope.
  20. The "Popular Oscar" isn't happening. At least not this year. Whew. https://variety.com/2018/film/awards/academy-retreats-on-popular-oscar-category-for-now-1202930117/
  21. Gloria Jean's inability to get to Milwaukee was the reason Lucy had to stay on her benefit tour there, which kept delaying Desi's wedding plans.
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