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Coby Ruskin, director, Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Dick Van Dyke Show, 2 episodes, 1962, 1963; The Bill Dana Show, 11 episodes, 1963-64; as well as actor/director, (“Here's Lucy”) 25 episodes, 1971-74, and guest, “Lucy and the Franchise Fiasco”, as the drunk, 1973.

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Bernard 'Bern' Hoffman, guest, Desilu Productions', The Scarface Mob, as Greasy Thumb Guzik, 1959; Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse, “The Untouchables, Parts 1 and 2, as Greasy Thumb Guzik, 1959; guest, Desilu Productions', The Texan “Cowards Don't Die”, and “End of the Track”, 1959; Lucille Ball guest, The Lucy Show, “Lucy and Viv Become Tycoons”, 1963; as well as Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Bill Dana Show “The Poker Game”, 1963; is born this date in 1913.

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And on HL.

 

Romulus and Remus (I'm SURE one of them was a fellow!)

HL? Dun't you mean MAME? Mrs "R"ichard Carlson as in the drunken lady at The Fashion Show.

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Mine was from Mame, but I was pointing out Rich Little was also on HL.

O I C, tink you veddy many. One that should have been obvious to any fan . . . The newly named DESILU was the new name for "R" K O which Lucy and Desi bought for over 6 million dollars.

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Romeo and Juliet (Starring Lucille E. McGillicuddy and Herman Schlupp. Produced and Directed by Miss Hanna, the finest dramatics teacher Jamestown High School ever had! There wasn't a dry eye in the house)

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John Rich - b. 07/06/25 d. 1/29/12

Director; 78-films; Desilu Productions', Our Miss Brooks, 1955-56; Emmy-Award winner, Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Dick Van Dyke Show, 1961, as well as director, Lucille Ball starring, Make Room for Granddaddy, 1971

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Stuart Rosenberg, b. 8/11/27; Producer, Desilu Productions', The Untouchables, 3 episodes, 1961, 1962; Director, The Untouchables, 16 episodes, 1960-62; The Comedy Spot, 1 episode, 1960; as well as Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Barbara Stanwyck Show, 1 episode, 1961; dies March 15, 2007.

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Ray Evans, nominated 1958 Tony Award; inducted into the Songwriter's Hall of Fame, 1977; Academy-Award-winning partnership with Jay Livingston; Ray, a southwestern, NY, native and major financial supporter, Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Museum, Jamestown NY, 2006; composer of many songs for the movies; i.e. “To Each His Own”, 1946; “Buttons and Bows”, 1948, “Mona Lisa”, 1950, “Que Sera Sera”, 1956; wrote lyrics for Lucille Ball/Bob Hope film, Sorrowful Jones, 1949, “Havin’ a Wonderful Wish (Time You Were Here)”, and Fancy Pants “(Hey) Fancy Pants!”, “Home Cookin”, 1950; composer, William Frawley (Lucy's Fred Mertz)/Bob Hope film, The Lemon Drop Kid, “It Doesn't Cost A Dime to Dream”, “They Obviously Want Me to Sing”, and “Silver Bells”, 1951; and Frawley film, Rhubarb “Friendly Finance Company”, and “It's a Priv'lege to Live in Brooklyn”, 1951; composed “Tammy and the Bachelor”, 1957; and, the partners collaborated on several TV themes; as well as composer, “Buttons & Bows”; Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Jack Benny Program “Ghost Town Western Sketch”, 1962, is born this date in 1915.

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