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On the occasion of HIS BIRTHDAY:

 

Allan Lane

b. 9/22/09 d. 10/27/73

 

 

Allan Lane, actor, 127 films; in later years, the 'voice' of TV horse, “Mister Ed”; Lucille Ball’s friend, and early film-career co-star, RKO's, Having Wonderful Time, 1938, Twelve Crowded Hours, Panama Lady, and Second Shot, 1939, is born this date in 1909.

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Bert Lahr b. 08/13/95 d. 12/04/67

 

 

Bert Lahr, Lucille Ball co-star, Meet The People, as The Commander, 1944; with Lucille, The Big Parade of Comedy, 1964; archivally, with Lucille and Desi, American Masters: Judy Garland: By Myself, 1983; as well as with Lucille, archivally, Make 'Em Laugh: The Funny Business of America, “Slip on a Banana Peel: The Knockabouts”, 2009, is born this date in 1895.

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Hollis Morrison actor/writer

 

b. 09/25/30 d. 03/29/92

 

 

Hollis Morrison, writer, NBC, The Danny Kaye Show with Lucille Ball, 1962, directed by Greg Garrison; with Producer, Jess Oppenheimer; as well as guest, The Lucy Show “Lucy Goes to Vegas”, as Chauffeur, 1965, is born this date in 1930.

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On the occasion of HIS death:

 

Ray Kellogg b. 11/12/19 d. 09/26/81

 

Ray Kellogg, b. 11/12; guest, Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp, 1955-1960; William Frawley (Lucy's Fred Mertz) co-star, Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Red Skelton Show, 1958, and 6 other episodes, 1957-1959, guest, Desilu Productions’, The Californians, 1957, The Walter Winchell File, 1958, 1959, The Gun of Zangara, 1960, The Untouchables, 1960, Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Dick Van Dyke Show, 1962-63, The Bill Dana Show, 1963, Desilu Productions’, Glynis, 1963; Lucille Ball guest, The Lucy Show, 1964; Lucie Arnaz co-star, 1966; Desilu Productions’, Vacation Playhouse, 1966; guest, The Lucy Show, co-starring with Vivian Vance (Lucy's Ethel Mertz), 1967; again in 1968, dies this date in 1981.

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Lou Derman producer/writer HL b. 09/27/14 d. 02/15/76

 

 

Lou Derman producer/writer, 14 films; Desilu Productions', December Bride, 27 episodes, 1954-59; Lucille Ball writer, (“Here's Lucy”) “Lucy and Carol Burnett, Part 2, “Lucy, the Skydiver”, and “Lucy, the American Mother”, 1970, as well as “Lucy in the Jungle”, 1971, is born this date in 1914.

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On the occasion of the day of his PASSING:

 

Robert P. Lieb b. 09/15/14 d. 09/28/02

 

 

Robert P. Lieb, actor, 77 films, guest, Desilu Productions', The Californians, 1958; William Frawley (Lucy's Fred Mertz), co-star, Desilu Studios'-filmed, My Three Sons, 1960, two episodes, 1961; Desilu Productions', My Living Doll; Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Bing Crosby Show, and My Favorite Martian, 1964; as well as Lucille Ball co-star, United Artists’ and Desilu Productions’, Yours, Mine, and Ours, 1968; dies this date in 2002.

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On the occasion of HER birthday:

 

Doris Singleton b. 09/29/19 d. 06/26/12

 

 

Doris Singleton, actress, 65 films; Lucille Ball long-time friend, and veteran supporting cast member, CBS' Radio, My Favorite Husband, and (“I Love Lucy”) “Lucy Tells the Truth”, “The Club Election”, “Lucy Is a Matchmaker”, “The Camping Trip”, “Lucy and Ethel Buy the Same Dress”, and “Baby Pictures”, 1953; “Lucy’s Club Dance”, 1954”; “Lucy and Harpo Marx”, and “The Dancing Star”, 1955; “Lucy and Superman”, 1957; guest, Desilu Productions', Whirlybirds “Lady Luck”, as Jan Revere, 1957; guest, Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Danny Thomas Show “The Raffle Tickets”, as Mrs. Greenson, 1958; guest, Desilu Productions', Jess Oppenheimer creation, Angel, 18 episodes, as Angel's friend Susie, 1960-61; The Ann Sothern Show “Olive's Dream Man”, 1960; Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Dick Van Dyke Show “The Talented Neighborhood”, 1962, and “My Two Showoffs and Me”, 1964; with William Frawley (Lucy's Fred Mertz), My Three Sons “Fish Gotta Swim, Birds Gotta Fly”, 1964; Lucille's guest, The Lucy Show “Lucy and Art Linkletter”, 1966, and “Lucy Gets Her Diploma”, 1967; Desilu Studios'-filmed, Hogan's Heroes “How to Win Friends and Influence Nazis”, 1967; Lucille's guest, (”Here’s Lucy”) “Mod, Mod Lucy”, 1968; with Lucille, Make Room for Granddaddy “Lucy Carter, Houseguest”, as Sylvia, 1971; (”Here’s Lucy”) “Lucy and Petula Clark”, 1972, “Lucy Gives Eddie Albert the Old Song and Dance”, 1973, and “Lucy Carter Meets Lucille Ball”, 1974; guest, Lucy Moves to NBC, 1980; American Masters, “Finding Lucy”, as herself, 2000; E! True Hollywood Story (“I Love Lucy”), 2005; as well as attends, with Lucie Arnaz Luckinbill and husband, Laurence Luckinbill, among many others, Hollywood Museum/CBS Celebrate Lucille Ball at 100/(“I Love Lucy”) at 60 Exhibit, 8/4/11, is born this date in 1919.

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Lamont Johnson b. 09/30/22 d. 10/24/10

 

 

Lamont Johnson, actor, 49 films; director; guest, Desilu Productions, Cavalcade of America, “Riddle of the Seas”, “Gentle Conquerer”, 1954, “Take Off Zero”, and “Doctor on Wheels”, 1955; Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse, director, “The Killer Instinct”, 1959; Jess Oppenheimer-created; Desilu Studios'-filmed, Angel, director, “The Museum”, and “The French Touch”, 1960; guest, Angel “The Wedding”, as Lazlo, 1961; as well as director, Desilu Productions' Slattery's People “Question: Where Vanished the Tragic Piper?” and “Question: What Is Truth?”, 1964; is born this date in 1922.

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Liberace, "Lee"; of live TV, concert, museum and years later, palimony fame and tragic demise.

 

Appeared on Season 2, Ep 16 of Here's Lucy, making a newfound friend of co-star Desi Arnaz, Jr. in the process. Ahem.

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Did you know?? Current high profile TVM in production with all-star cast including Michael Douglas (as Lib), Matt Damon (golddigger bf), Debbie Reynolds, Rob Lowe, Dan Aykroyd, gay fave Cheyenne Jackson and even my pal & hairdresser Paul Witten has a bit part in this thing! Steven Soderberg (of Sex, Lies and Videotape; Erin Brochovich and Oceans 11/12/13 fame directs from script by Richard LaGravenese (Horse Whisperer; Bridges of Madison County,etc.). Whoa! Quite the big names for a TV movie (must be for HBO! ;))

 

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Anderson, Larry: Appeared with The Lady on Life With Lucy (1986, ABC) as son-in-law Ted McGibbon, son of Gale Gordon's Curtis McGibbon of M&B Hardware, Pasadena CA.

 

Also known as magician and game show host.

More recently appearing in many currently popular episodic TV shows, including CSI, Castle and Mad Men. gary-smilie.jpg

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