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"F"ranks and beans, not sex with Sinatra, but the dish usually favored by kids that Lucy just loved.

 

 

CaFe Tambourine, the restaurant Lucy Carmichael tricked Eddie, Harry and Viv into choosing (TLS, No More Double Dates)

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leenorman    506

Allen Funt b. 9/16/14 d. 9/5/99

 

 

Allen Funt, many-year Candid Camera host; Lucille Ball guest co-star, (“Here’s Lucy”) “Lucy and Candid Camera”, 1971, is born this date in 1914.

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leenorman    506

Farley Granger, b. 7/1; guest, Desilu Productions’, Here’s Hollywood, 1962; as well as with Lucie Arnaz, Night of 100 Stars, 1982, dies this date in 2011.

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leenorman    506

In honor of HIS birthday:

 

Frank Lovejoy b. 03/28/12 d. 10/02/62

 

Frank Lovejoy, The Adventures of McGraw fame, 1957-8; guest, Desilu Productions', Cavalcade of America “Chicago 2-1-2”, as Inspector Ed McCook, 1957; as well as Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Red Skelton Hour “Freddie's Hideout”, as Ace, a gangster, 1959, is born this date in 1912.

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vivfantoo*    129

French Revue episode

 

( :desi1: , :lucy1: , :viv1: & :bill1: :"Evwee wittle bweeze seems to whisper Louise ...")

 

Looking forward to a new letter next month -- I think I am officially out of letter F ideas! :hlLOL:

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leenorman    506

Fred Ebb b. 04/08/28 d. 09/11/04

 

 

Fred Ebb, producer/writer; original music conceived by Cy Coleman, CBS’ Emmy-Award-winning Special, Lucille Ball, with Shirley MacLaine: Gypsy in My Soul, 1976; writer, “New York, New York”, with Lucie Arnaz, Night of 100 Stars, 1982; as well as with Lucie, The 63rd Annual Tony Awards, 2009, is born this date in 1928.

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leenorman    506

can't remember - let's give this one a try:

 

Fred S. Fox b. 7/26/15

d. 10/23/05

 

 

Fred S. Fox, screen writer, Desilu Productions', Angel “Angel's Temper”, 1960; Lucille Ball guest, The Lucy Show “Lucy and the Starmaker”, 1967; Desi Arnaz Productions', The Mothers-In-Law, “How Do You Moonlight a Meatball?”, and “The Career Girls”, 1967, “Didn't You Use to Be Ozzie Snick?”, “Even Mothers-in-Law Have Mothers-in-Law”, “Love Thy Neighbor”, 1968; (“Here’s Lucy”), “A Date for Lucy”,“Lucy and the Generation Gap”, 1969, “Lucy and Harry’s Italian Bombshell”, 1971, and “Lucy and the Little Old Lady”, 1972, as well as “Lucy, The Sheriff”, 1974; is born this date in 1915.

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leenorman    506

Last day for "f's":

 

Ralph Forbes b. 09/30/96 d. 03/31/51

 

Ralph Forbes, b. 9/30; Lucille Ball early film-career co-star, The Three Musketeers, 1935, Stage Door, 1937, and Annabel Takes A Tour, 1938, dies this date in 1951.

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Last day for "f's":

 

Ralph Forbes b. 09/30/96 d. 03/31/51

 

Ralph Forbes, b. 9/30; Lucille Ball early film-career co-star, The Three Musketeers, 1935, Stage Door, 1937, and Annabel Takes A Tour, 1938, dies this date in 1951.

 

 

Fernando, that good for nothing worthless Cuban tobacco picker (Lucy Writes a Play)

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Brock    3,349

Flat Iron (When Ethel's aunt was sick of her husband's long handlebar moustache she tied it to a flat iron)

 

:viv1: And then she thr--

:lucy1: NO! DON'T THROW IT!!!

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