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Keith Andes (Portrayer of Wildcat's nemesis, Lucy Carmichael's duck-shooting, snow-loving, restaurant-hating boyfriend, and Lucy Carmichael's targeted California bachelor with potential mommy issues)

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Keith Andes (Portrayer of Wildcat's nemesis, Lucy Carmichael's duck-shooting, snow-loving, restaurant-hating boyfriend, and Lucy Carmichael's targeted California bachelor with potential mommy issues)

 

 

Ketchup (condiment that does NOT go on escargot)

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Joyce "K"ellogg, cereal heiress and author of the Lucy chronology.

 

Loving you; but, if I were cereal heiress, this thing would probably never been to the point it is now: well over 500 pages; and the editing will put me in a rubber room - soon, however, I promise; AND...welcome back, brat! Love, JK

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On the occasion of his birthday:

 

Kurt Kaszner

b. 8/13/13 c. 8/6/79

 

Kurt Kaszner guest, Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse “Chez Rouge”, 1959; as well as Lucille Ball guest co-star, (“Here’s Lucy”) “Lucy and The Group Encounter”, 1972, is born this date in 1913.

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Stefan Kanfer, author Ball of Fire, 2003: some may have found distasteful; also wrote a biography of Lucy caricaturist, Al Hirschfeld...

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Barbara Kent, b. 12/16/07 d. 10/13/11

 

 

Barbara Kent, actress, 35 films; Lucille Ball early film-career co-star, Old Man Rhythm, as Edith Warren, 1935, is born this date in 1907 (ed. some reports: 1906...anyone? Harry?).

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Kaye Ballard (And do you know what her Pepperoni did he a-do for her? He picked-a her up and carried her a-long a-long a-way...)

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Robert Klein b. 02/08/42 alive

 

 

Robert Klein, Lucie Arnaz' friend and co-star, Broadway, Imperial Theatre, NYC, They're Playing Our Song, 1979-81; appears with Lucie, The 33rd Annual Tony Awards, 1979, The 35th Annual Tony Awards, 1981; Night of 100 Stars, 1982; with Lucille Ball and Lucie, Night of 100 Stars II, 1985; appears with Lucie, The Mark Twain Prize: Neil Simon, 2006; as well as with Lucille, archivally, Make 'Em Laugh: The Funny Business of America, “Slip on a Banana Peel: The Knockabouts”, 2009, is born this date in 1942.

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Kenny Morgan (Second husband of Cleo, in addition to his capacity at Desilu, guest at Lucy Ricardo's surprise birthday bash at the Tropicana)

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Mary Ellen Kay, b. 08/29/29 alive

 

 

Mary Ellen Kay, Lucille Ball co-star, Woman of Distinction, 1950; guest, ("I Love Lucy"), "Lucy Hates to Leave", 1957, is born this date in 1929.

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On the occasion of HIS BIRTHDAY (and,folks, according to IMDb, we have found another LIVE one!):

 

Don Keefer b. 08/18/16 alive

 

 

Don Keefer; actor, 165 films; guest, Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse, “The Time Element”, 1958; Desilu Productions’ , Angel, as George, 10 episodes, 1960-61, Mission: Impossible “The Trial”, 1967; Star Trek “Assignment Earth”, 1968; as well as, co-star, Lucy & Desi: Before the Laughter, as Grampa Ball, 1991, is born this date in 1916.

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Hubie Kerns b. 08/10/20 d. 02/07/99

 

 

Hubie Kerns, actor/stuntman, guest, (“I Love Lucy”) “The Great Train Robbery”, 1955; Desilu Productions', The Californians “The Marshal”, 1958; as well as Lucille Ball guest, The Lucy Show “Lucy Puts Up a TV Antenna”, 1962, is born this date in 1920.

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Walter Kingsford b. 09/20/81 d. 02/07/58

 

 

Walter Kingsford, William Frawley (Lucy's Fred Mertz) co-star,, Double or Nothing, 1937; guest, (“I Love Lucy”) “The Fox Hunt”, as Sir Clive Richardson, 1956; is born this date in 1881.

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Barry Kelly b. 08/19/08 d. 06/15/91

 

 

Barry Kelly, actor, 142 films; guest, Desilu Productions', Cavalcade of America “The Paper Sword”, 1954; Desilu Productions', Whirlybirds “Take a Little, Leave a Little”, 1957; Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse “Trial at Devil's Canyon”, 1959; Desilu Productions', The Untouchables “The Nero Rankin Story”, 1961; Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Joey Bishop Show “Joey Gets Brainwashed”, 1964; as well as Lucille Ball guest, The Lucy Show “Main Street U.S.A.”, 1967; is born this date in 1908.

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On the OCCASION of HIS BIRTHDAY:

 

Cecil Kellaway b. 8/22/1893 d. 2/28/73

 

 

Cecil Kellaway, Lucille Ball early-career co-star, Annabel Takes A Tour, 1938, Easy to Wed, 1946; guest, Desilu Productions’, Cavalcade of America premiere, “Poor Richard”, 1952, and “Sam and the Whale”, 1953; Desilu Studios'-filmed, Make Room For Daddy “Peter Pan”, 1955; Desilu Productions’, Whirlybirds “Shoot Out”, and “Buy Me a Miracle”; The Ann Sothern Show “The O’Connors Stick Together”, and “Hurrah for the Irish”, 1959, Harrigan and Son “The Private Lives of Adam and Eve”, 1960 and “You Can Fight City Hall”, 1961; as well as The Greatest Show on Earth “Rosetta”, 1964, is born this date in 1893.

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Kelly, Gene (DuBarry Was A Lady, Thousands Cheer, Ziegfeld Follies, An American In Pasadena, etc.)

 

Brock: Since you have already listed Gene Kelly, let's expand it a bit on the OCCASION OF HIS BIRTHDAY:

 

Gene Kelly B. 8/23/12 D. 2/2/96

 

 

Gene Kelly, Desi Arnaz’ friend; Lucille Ball’s long-time friend and early-film career co-star; choreographer for Lucille’s, Broadway, Best Foot Forward, 1943; MGM’s, DuBarry Was a Lady, and Thousands Cheer, 1943; Lucille and William Frawley (Lucy's Fred Mertz) co-star, Ziegfeld Follies; with Lucille, Easy to Wed, 1946; with the Arnazes, Toast of the Town “The MGM Story”, 1954, again, in 1958; guest, Desilu Productions’, Here’s Hollywood, 1961; cameo performance, with Lucille, Twentieth Century-Fox, A Guide for the Married Man, 1967, Dean Martin's Celebrity Roast: Danny Thomas, 1976, A Tribute to 'Mr. Television', Milton Berle, and CBS, Gene Kelly . . . An American in Pasadena, 1978; appears with Lucie Arnaz, Night of 100 Stars, 1982; with the Arnazes, American Masters: Judy Garland: By Myself, 1983; archivally, with Lucille, That's Dancing, 1985, Entertainment Tonight, “Tribute to Lucy”, 1989; as well as with Lucille, via archival footage, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, 1992, is born this date in 1912.

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