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This is a thread where you can post a sighting of a recurring Lucy cast member that you see on TV or something. I'll start:

I saw Mary Wickes in the Murder She Wrote episode called "Widow Weep For Me". I think she got killed by Mel Ferrer. I wasn't paying much attention.

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Heard Carole Cook today on the Sirus Broadway channel belting out Lullaby of Broadway from 42 Street.

That's on one of those Broadway BEST OF dvds too.  Recognized her as soon as i saw her, she looked great.

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As you can tell I listen to the Broadway channel all day at work. Today's Lucy regular was Kathleen Freeman in her last role ever in The Full Monty.

 

Sadly I did not get to see her in the show but caught Mame's Gooch Jane Connel in the role on bway.

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Speaking of Kathleen Freeman, I have been catching up on watching the first season of The Donna Reed Show over the past couple of weeks, and she is hilarious in her role as the Stones' busybody neighbour.

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Speaking of Kathleen Freeman, I have been catching up on watching the first season of The Donna Reed Show over the past couple of weeks, and she is hilarious in her role as the Stones' busybody neighbour.

Kathleen was one of the all time BEST character actresses around, and Lucy sure knew it and said it often.

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As you can tell I listen to the Broadway channel all day at work. Today's Lucy regular was Kathleen Freeman in her last role ever in The Full Monty.

 

Sadly I did not get to see her in the show but caught Mame's Gooch Jane Connel in the role on bway.

Jane must have been just as good as Kathleen as they were both terrific character actresses.

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Good old Larry Luckinbill was on the Murder She Wrote episode "Lady In The Lake". He was falsely accused of killing his wife. The episode right after that, "Dead Heat", featured the wonderful Carole Cooke as a rich woman who loved betting on horses.

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Anne just showed up. This episode aired just two months after Mother of The Bride and she looks surprisingly different from her Lucy character. Also she isn't shouting all of her lines.

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Margo McGibbon reappeared on MSW, this time she was booted up to full on murderer. Her victim was the always tulip-tipsy Foster Brooks. Later, the guy who played old Patrick in Mame showed up. 

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... until she saw he had braces and ran away screaming.

 

Bitch. I knew she was trouble as soon as she decided to hold Fernando hostage.

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I'm sure this is not what you had in mind when you started this thread but as i watched the show the other day, the one where she tells Ricky she's SPECTIN, they're dancing at the club, no wait, it's the show AFTER the one described above, anyhoo, she thinks he's not thinking of her and only the baby so he takes her to eat and dance at the club and there's that guy from the boat trip to Europe.  You know the one, keeps looking at the camera and wants to make sure he's seen by everyone, well, i guess it's because nobody noticed him dancing in this one so he was making up for it.

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Linda Purl shot Elliot Reid in the Murder She Wrote episode "Mourning Among The Wisterias"

Geez, you found a two fer there then, as Linda was Desi jr's gorgeous porcelain doll of a first wife.

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Geez, you found a two fer there then, as Linda was Desi jr's gorgeous porcelain doll of a first wife.

I completely forgot about that! I guess I only think of Linda as being a part of Matlock and The Office, since those are the only places I really see her.

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