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Isabel Sanford b. 8/29/17 d. 7/9/04

 

 

Isabel Sanford, a Broadway actress for over thirty years before moving to Hollywood; actress, 55 films; co-star, All in the Family, as Louise Jefferson, 26 episodes, 1971-79; as Weezy, of The Jeffersons' fame, 253 episodes, 1975-85; appears with Lucille Ball, co-hostess, Part II, CBS': On the Air, as co-hostess, Part VII, 1978; with Lucille, The Thirty-Third Annual Emmy Awards, receives the Emmy as Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, and a Presenter, 1981; with Lucie Arnaz, Night of 100 Stars, 1982; with Lucille, Bob Hope’s Hilarious Unrehearsed Antics of the Stars, 1984; appearing as the Headliner at Lucille Ball Birthday Celebration, 2000, Jamestown, NY; with Lucie Arnaz, CBS at 75, 2003; as well as with Lucille and Vivian Vance (Lucy's Ethel Mertz), TV's Greatest Sidekicks, each archivally, 2004; is born this date in 1917.

 

Wow! Didn't realize Weezy lived to such a ripe old age! Cool. lucysmirk.JPG

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In honor of HER Birthday:

 

Audrey Christie b. 06/27/12 d. 12/19/89

 

 

Audrey Christie, 52 films/stage actress, many intersecting career roles, with Lucille Ball, ([stage]Without Love and [film] Mame); Vivian Vance (Lucy's Ethel Mertz) on stage, Voice of the Turtle; Bea Arthur, on stage, Mame, as Vera Charles, 1968; guest, Desilu Productions', Fair Exchange, 11 episodes, as Dorothy Walker, 1963, Desilu Studios'-filmed, Slattery's People, “What Can You Do With a Wounded Tiger?”, 1965; Lucille co-star, Mame, as Mrs. Upson, 1974; co-star, Bea Arthur, Maude, 1975; with Vance, Over Easy, “Episode 1.1”, 1977, is born this date in 1912.

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Irv Kupcinet (Host of one of the most fascinating Lucy interviews of all time. We should all give thanks to this man for introducing Lucy to Elizabeth Ashley! :professor: )

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In HONOR of HER life:

 

Doris Singleton b. 9/28/19 d. 06/26/12

 

 

Doris Singleton, Lucille Ball long-time friend, and veteran supporting cast member, CBS' Radio, My Favorite Husband, and (“I Love Lucy”) “Lucy Tells the Truth”, “The Club Election”, “Lucy Is a Matchmaker”, “The Camping Trip”, “Lucy and Ethel Buy the Same Dress”, and “Baby Pictures”, 1953; “Lucy’s Club Dance”, 1954”; “Lucy and Harpo Marx”, and “The Dancing Star”, 1955; “Lucy and Superman”, 1957; guest, Desilu Productions', Whirlybirds “Lady Luck”, as Jan Revere, 1957, guest, The Danny Thomas Show “The Raffle Tickets”, as Mrs. Greenson, 1958; guest, Desilu Studios'-filmed, Jess Oppenheimer, creation, Angel, 18 episodes, as Susie, Angel's friend, 1960-61; guest, Desilu Productions', The Ann Sothern Show “Olive's Dream Man”, 1960; guest, Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Dick Van Dyke Show “The Talented Neighborhood”, 1962, and “My Two Showoffs and Me”, 1964; with William Frawley (Lucy's Fred Mertz), My Three Sons “Fish Gotta Swim, Birds Gotta Fly”, 1964; guest, The Lucy Show “Lucy and Art Linkletter”, 1966, and “Lucy Gets Her Diploma”, 1967; Desilu Studios'-filmed, Hogan's Heroes “How to Win Friends and Influence Nazis”, 1967; Lucille's guest, (”Here’s Lucy”) “Mod, Mod Lucy”, 1968; with Lucille, Make Room for Granddaddy “Lucy Carter, Houseguest”, as Sylvia, 1971; (”Here’s Lucy”) “Lucy and Petula Clark”, 1972, “Lucy Gives Eddie Albert the Old Song and Dance”, 1973, and “Lucy Carter Meets Lucille Ball”, 1974; guest, Lucy Moves to NBC, 1980; American Masters, "Finding Lucy", 2000; E! True Hollywood Story (“I Love Lucy”), 2005; as well as attends, with Lucie Arnaz Luckinbill and husband, Laurence Luckinbill, among many others, Hollywood Museum/CBS Celebrate Lucille Ball at 100/(“I Love Lucy”) at 60 Exhibit, 8/4/11, is born this date in 1919.

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Izu, Tonia (One of the contestants in the Secretery Beautiful context who apparently bore a resemblance to Diana Ross)

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In HONOR of HIS birthday:

 

Milt Josefsburg b. 6/29/11 d. 12/14/87

 

 

Milt Josefsburg , Writer, Script Consultant, Script Advisor, and Executive Consultant, The Lucy Show, 1966; 8 episodes 1967; 3 episodes, 1968; (“Here’s Lucy”) 6 episodes, 1968; 10 episodes, 1969; 9 episodes, 1970; 3 episodes, 1971; wrote radio programs for Jack Benny, a writer/friend of Lucille Ball, who wrote the foreword to Josefsberg's book, The Jack Benny Show, Arlington House, New Rochelle, 1977, is born this date in 1911.

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