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On the occasion of HIS passing:

 

James MacArthur b. 12/8/37 d. 10/28/10

 

James MacArthur, b. 12/8; Helen Hayes' son; of Hawaii-50 fame, 259 episodes, [the final star of same to pass away], 1968-79; guest, Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse “The Innocent Assassin”, as Jamesie Corcoran, 1959; Desilu Productions', The Untouchables “Death For Sale”, as Johnny Lubin, 1961; appears with Desi Arnaz, IV, The Night The Bridge Fell Down, 1983; as well as with Lucille Ball, archivally, The 100 Greatest TV Quotes and Catchphrases, 2006; dies this date in 2010.

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On the occasion of HER birthday:

 

Dina Merrill b. 10/29/23 alive

 

 

Dina Merrill, wife, Cliff Robertson; actress, 107 films; guest, Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse “Murder Is A Private Affair”, 1960, and Desilu Productions' Mission: Impossible “The Controllers, Parts 1 and 2”, 1969, as well as with Lucie Arnaz, Night of 100 Stars, 1982; is born this date in 1923.

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Hugh Martin b. 08/11/14 d. 03/11/11

 

 

Hugh Martin, songwriter; inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, 1983; wrote lyrics for stage version, Hooray For What! with Vivian Vance (Lucy's Ethel Mertz), 1937; wrote lyrics for stage version, DuBarry Was A Lady, 1939; vocal director, Desi Arnaz, stage version, Too Many Girls, 1940; music, Lucille film, Best Foot Forward, and Thousands Cheer, 1943; music, Lucille and William Frawley (Lucy's Fred Mertz) film, Ziegfeld Follies, 1946; music, uncredited, Lucille film, Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in Hollywood, 1945; music, uncredited, (“I Love Lucy”) “The Indian Show”, 1953; music, uncredited, for documentary in which Lucille appears, archivally, That's Entertainment! III, 1994; vocal appearance, with Lucille and Desi, archivally, American Masters, Judy Garland: By Myself, 2004; as well as lyrics, uncredited, for video documentary in which Lucille appears, archivally, Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History - The 1940s: Stars, Stripes and Singing, 2009, is born this date in 1914.

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On the occasion of HIS birthday:

 

Guy Marks b. 10/31/23 d. 11/28/87

 

 

Guy Marks, actor, 23 films; Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Joey Bishop Show, co-star, 19 episodes, as Freddy, 1962-63, The Dick Van Dyke Show, “Jilting the Jilter”,as Fred White, 1963; The Danny Thomas Show, “The Quiz Show”, as Frank, 1964, My Living Doll, “Pool Shark”, as Knuckles, My Favorite Martian, as Shorty Smith, “The Martian's Fair Hobo”, 1965; Lucille Ball's guest, (“Here's Lucy”) “Lucy's Burglar's Alarm”, as Burglar, 1969; as well as Lucille-directed, Seaman Jacobs-written, Bungle Abbey, 1981, is born this date in 1923.

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