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Alfred Hitchcock b. 04/13/99 d. 04/29/80

 

 

Alfred Hitchcock, infamous Director, Producer, Writer, Actor; appears with Lucille Ball, Show-Business at War, 1943; guest, Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Red Skelton Hour, “Look Magazine Movie Awards Show” 1955; with Lucille, CBS: The Stars' Address, 1963; as well as with Lucille, Host, Part II, CBS: On The Air, 50th anniversary - week-long series of episodes, 1978; is born this date in 1899.

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Buck Houghton b. 05/04/15 d. 05/14/99

 

 

 

Buck Houghton, Producer, Writer, Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp “The Englishman”; Producer, Desilu Productions', Wire Service, 1956; Desilu Studios'-filmed, Man With A Camera, “Two Strings of Pearls” 1958; as well as Associate Producer, Desilu Productions', Desilu Studios'-filmed, Yancy Derringer, 18 episodes, 1958-59; is born this date in 1915.

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Buck Houghton b. 05/04/15 d. 05/14/99

 

 

 

Buck Houghton, Producer, Writer, Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp “The Englishman”; Producer, Desilu Productions', Wire Service, 1956; Desilu Studios'-filmed, Man With A Camera, “Two Strings of Pearls” 1958; as well as Associate Producer, Desilu Productions', Desilu Studios'-filmed, Yancy Derringer, 18 episodes, 1958-59; is born this date in 1915.

 

Hippopotamus (what the hostess pants make Ethel look like--Lucy implied that she was a bit hippy, but she does have the biggest POTAMUS in the world!)

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Hey, Look Me Over! (A tune to play on the water glasses while on a transcontinental flight)

 

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Hy Averback (One of two actors who played Charlie Who, Carolyn Who's husband. With Ricky's talent and his knowhow they went places, but he couldn't tell Burt Lancaster from a hole in the ground)

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Edith Head b. 10/28/1898 d. 10/24/81

 

Edith Head, Costume Designer for several William Frawley (Lucy's Fred Mertz) films, 1937, 1938, 1940; artist, (once did a large sketch of Lucille; now listed as 'stolen' by LA Police); costume designer and friend of Lucille Ball - her films, The Facts of Life, 1960 (Oscar for costume design to Head]; Critics Choice, 1963, The Lucille Ball Comedy Hour “Mr. & Mrs.” television series,1964; Costume Designer for Natalie Wood in Vivian Vance (Lucy's Ethel Mertz) film, The Great Race, 1965; as well as Costume Designer for Desi Arnaz, IV, film, Red Sky at Morning, 1971, is born this date in 1898.

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Edith Head b. 10/28/1898 d. 10/24/81

 

Edith Head, Costume Designer for several William Frawley (Lucy's Fred Mertz) films, 1937, 1938, 1940; artist, (once did a large sketch of Lucille; now listed as 'stolen' by LA Police); costume designer and friend of Lucille Ball - her films, The Facts of Life, 1960 (Oscar for costume design to Head]; Critics Choice, 1963, The Lucille Ball Comedy Hour “Mr. & Mrs.” television series,1964; Costume Designer for Natalie Wood in Vivian Vance (Lucy's Ethel Mertz) film, The Great Race, 1965; as well as Costume Designer for Desi Arnaz, IV, film, Red Sky at Morning, 1971, is born this date in 1898.

 

 

Hollywood (aka Horrywood to the Japanese gardeners)--where all of Lucy's shows were taped, and where Ricky starred in a picture.

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