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leenorman    506

Of interest, on this date:

 

The Post-Journal, Community Journal – by Sharon Turano – Salamanca (NY) - [Research note: See notice of Ray’s death and biographical data February 27.] Ray Evans’ Memorial Slated for Sunday – “The Cattaraugus County Living Arts Association hosts a memorial to, Ray Evans, (generous contributor to the Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Center), and Western NY native; Academy-Award-winning composer, April 29,” published this date in 2007.

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leenorman    506

The Post-Journal – Information Center – In Years Past100 years ago - [Research note: Just four short years prior to Lucille Ball’s birth year, in her beloved Celoron Park]: “A.N. Broadhead, this day in 1907, returned from NYC and announced the Victor Venetian Band had been engaged to appear at the opening of the Celoron Theater, (former Celoron Park, now Lucille Ball Memorial Park), its first Season, on May 26”, published 4/25, in 2007.

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Brock    3,373

Tricycle (Lucy Ricardo's preferred mode of transportation when faking illness. Aside from Noel's dahhhling little Cadillac. You should really see it, dahhhling, it's dahhhhhling!)

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leenorman    506

The Washington Post: “Lucille Ball wonders why people won't let movie stars be people, too,” published this date in 1947.

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leenorman    506

On this day, 4/28/90:

 

 

CBS' Television Movie (“I Love Lucy”): The Very First Show, written by Madelyn Davis and Bob Carroll, Jr., nominated for a Primetime Emmy; the original unaired pilot episode of the classic sitcom; Lucie Arnaz and Desi Arnaz, IV, narrating; Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, archivally, as the Ricardos; Jerry Hausner, archivally; Bob LeMond, voice narration, and Pepito Perez, arhivally; is released by Paramount Home Video DVD in 2002, airing this date in 1990.

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leenorman    506

Tom Tully, d. 4/27/82; actor, 86 titles; William Frawley (Lucy's Fred Mertz) co-star, The Virginian, as Nebraska, 1946, The Lady Takes A Sailor, as Henry Duckworth, 1949; guest, Desilu Productions', Cavalcade of America “In This Crisis”, as Honeyman, 1952; Desilu Studios'-filmed, Make Room for Daddy “Christmas”, 1953, “Chess Game”, 1957; star, of The Lineup fame, 185 episodes, as Insp. Grebb, 1954-58; Desilu Productions', The Untouchables “A Taste for Pineapple”, as Danny Mundt, 1963; Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Dick Van Dyke Show “Pink Pills and Purple Parents”, 1964, “The Curse of the Petrie People”, each as Sam Petrie, 1966; My Living Doll, “The Kleptomaniac”, as Det. Faber, 1965; as well as The Guns of Will Sonnett, “The Favor”, the Andy Griffith Show “Goodbye, Dolly”, as Walt Simpson, 1967, is born this date, 8/21, in 1908.

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leenorman    506

On the day of HIS birth, April 30:

 

 

Dick Elliott, d. 12/22/61; actor, 363 titles; Lucille Ball film-career co-star, RKO’-Radio, The Next Time I Marry, 1938; MGM’s, Meet The People, 1944; William Frawley (Lucy's Fred Mertz) co-star, Rancho Notorious, 1952; (“I Love Lucy”) “Lucy is Envious”, 1954, “Lucy and Bob Hope”, 1956; Desilu Productions', Cavalcade of America “Pursuit of a Princess”, 1956; Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Real McCoys, 2 episodes, 1959, 1960, as well as Desilu Productions', December Bride “The Old Man”, 1957, “Hilda Gets Engaged”, 1958, “Lily’s Advice Column”, 1959, is born this date in 1886.

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