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  1. 9 hours ago, Mister Hepburn said:

    I’ve been watching The Nanny which has so many Lucy sightings. Probably my favorite is the night before their wedding Fran and Maxwell (in separate locations) are seen watching an episode of I Love Lucy.

    This was a great moment. Originally the scene featured Fran talking to Lucy in her dream. This sequence never aired in reruns. CBS was celebrating their 50th anniversary on television and they had several of their current TV characters interact with classic CBS characters.

    I always loved all the Lucy mentions too. I think my favorite might be when Fran tells Elizabeth Taylor her favorite thing she did was Here’s Lucy. 

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  2. Lucie will be among the many stars participating in a fundraising event celebrating 75 Years of the Theatre World Awards. It will stream on Broadwayworld.com on Sunday, July 11 at 7:00pm. 
     

    The Theatre World Awards, 

    Dale Badway, President, in association with Tom D'Angoraand Michael D'Angora have just announced the star-studded line-up of this year's "Theatre World Awards: Special Event Celebrating 75 Years!!" Each year The Theatre World Awards presents 12 awards to outstanding debut performances on and off-Broadway. After a year of no debuts, The Theatre World Awards, the oldest American award for debuts in theatre in New York, will return for a one-night virtual benefit gala honoring Broadway legends André De Shields and Patti LuPone with the 8th Annual John Willis Award for Lifetime Achievement in The Theatre as well as presenting Audra McDonald with the Dorothy Loudon Special Award for Excellence in Theatre.

    Directed by Tom D'Angora and Michael D'Angora, the star-studded benefit gala will feature performances from past Theatre World Award winners Christy AltomarePhillip BoykinAnn Hampton CallawayStephanie D'Abruzzo, André De Shields, Ana Villafañe, Andrea McArdle, Bonnie MilliganAdam PascalEthan SlaterMarissa Jaret Winokur and John Loyd Young with appearances from Iain ArmitageLucie ArnazHank AzariaAlec Baldwin, Dylan Baker, Bonnie Bedelia, Ceila Keenan-Bolger, Bryan CranstonKristin ChenowethGiancarlo EspositoTovah FeldshuhHarvey FiersteinPeter GallagherJackie Hoffman, Ernestine Jackson, Nathan LanePatti LuPoneAndrea MartinAudra McDonaldRob McClureBernadette PetersJerry MitchellHayley MillsJim ParsonsChita RiveraDaphne Rubin-VegaWilliam ShatnerBrooke ShieldsCobie SmuldersJohn StamosMarisa TomeiJennifer Tilly and Chandra Wilson. Performances and appearances subject to change.

    The special event will be hosted virtually by BroadwayWorld on Sunday, July 11th beginning at 7pm. The free event will stream exclusively right here at BroadwayWorld.

    https://www.broadwayworld.com/article/Christy-Altomare-Ana-Villafane-Ethan-Slater-More-Will-Perform-at-2021-Theatre-World-Awards-20210706


     


  3. 12 hours ago, Irene Kampen Tripp said:

    I haven't heard this podcast mainly since I don't know where to go to listen!!  I'm curious of eveyone's opinions of the podcast.  Thanks all!!

    You can listen to the first season and the just premiered second season on the TCM website, YouTube, or whenever podcasts are available. 
    https://theplotthickens.tcm.com/

    The first season on Peter Bogdanovich was terrific. The current second season - about the making of the film Bonfire of the Vanities is very engrossing. I don’t know of anything that has presented the making of a movie with such an unfiltered access.

    The podcast going to do an outstanding job with Lucy.

     

     


  4. In May 1967, Gary made one guest appearance on Password without Lucy. Phyllis Diller was the other celebrity. I didn’t think this episode still existed. 
     

    These later color episodes from the original run of Password were put into syndication after the show ended. Chatter with the celebrity guests was edited out to remove any topical references. As a result, Mrs. Morton is never mentioned here. 


  5. On 6/19/2021 at 8:36 PM, JoeySoCal said:

    She did?? I watched this religiously and don't remember the "indicent" at all!! Any idea context or what was said??? 

    Rosie was excitedly talking about her love of They’re Playing Our Song and, after rattling off facts about the musical, she said, “Useless s— stuck in my head!” When she realized she cursed on live television, she said, “We just lost half the south.” Lucie responded, “Wait till I french kiss you and you’ll lose all of the south!,” which is what both Meat Loaf and Richard Simmons did to Rosie two days earlier. 

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  6. The third season of TCM’s podcast, The Plot Thickens, will be all about Lucy!

     

    Fabled comedienne Lucille Ball will be the subject of the third installment of the Turner Classic Movies podcast The Plot Thickens, hosted by Ben Mankiewicz, it was announced Wednesday.

    The 10-episode Ball podcast will premiere in October and feature more than 50 new interviews in an examination of her life, from her early years as a model to her “triumphant takeover of television,” a network statement says. It promises “surprising revelations at every turn.”

    https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/movies/movie-news/tcm-podcast-lucille-ball-plot-thickens-1234965259/


     

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  7. On 4/28/2021 at 4:27 AM, Mot Morenzi said:

     

    • Did the Vegas episode mark the first appearance of the pink dress and jacket she later wore in Lucy in London?

    That is its first on camera appearance. Lucy previously wore it to the Ethel Merman-Ernest Borgnine wedding. If that outfit could talk! 

    On 4/28/2021 at 4:27 AM, Mot Morenzi said:

    Danny Kaye is a headache inducer. That restaurant scene is like the Brown Derby one on crack! I want to like it, because their routine at the end is good, but it’s just too obnoxious. However, that World’s Fair ensemble is stunning to behold. I’m guessing the kids filmed scenes for this one that wound up cut; Candy Moore talked about being on-set that week.

    Chris and Jerry were originally featured at the beginning before Mooney showed up, but were cut from the episode. 

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    On 4/28/2021 at 4:27 AM, Mot Morenzi said:

    I think there should’ve been at least one more episode detailing the consequences of having a fully visible shower installed in a boys bedroom. Maybe a “Very Special Episode“ where Sherman gets in trouble peeping at Chris and learns a lesson about privacy? Or one where Mooney inadvertently keep walking in on Lucy and/or Viv towelling off. Had this not been the 60s, there would’ve been many plots opened up by that.

    :lol:

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  8. 21 hours ago, Neil said:

    I guess I'm the only one (except for Lucy herself, apparently) that enjoys the John Wayne episode.  Each summer when CBS ran The Lucy Show

    Gary said at one of Lucy’s Sherwood Oaks seminars in 1977 that Lucy originally hated the script for this episode. He said he talked her into doing it and she ended up loving it. At Lucy’s 1984 Museum of Broadcasting seminar, she said she was the one who wanted a script in which she ordered Big Duke around. 


  9. 16 hours ago, Mot Morenzi said:

    Only the official one. It seems to be intact on most of the public domain releases. Really the only reason to keep one of those nowadays. I'm not sure if there were any other music edits on other episodes. 

    The only other one I’ve ever noticed is from another fifth season episode that is also in the public domain, “Lucy the Babysitter.” When the chimp plays the organ, the song was originally “Lullaby of Broadway.” It was replaced by a generic tune on the official DVD. 


  10. 10 hours ago, Luvsbway said:

    I scanned part 2 and it looks like its a non cleaned up version of part 1.

    What is Cleo wearing? I was unsure which lady with dark hair was her.

    I particularly love the little kiss Gary gives Lucy and his soft show duet with Anthony.

    "Far out doll". My new favorite Lucy people description. 

    Cleo is around 12:30 in. She has sunglasses on. 

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  11. Amazing home movies taken on location from Lucy in London by that "cute, adorable, far out doll" (Lucy's words) Anthony Newley! Featuring Gary, Irma (who looks like she's having a ball), and a bit of Cleo. This also features footage of the deleted fish and chips and bicycle built for two sequences.

     

     

    This is labeled "Part two," but it seems to be the same footage.

     

     

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