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Peter Ustinov, d. 3/28/04 - two-time Academy Award-winning actor, 97 titles; appears with Desi Arnaz, The 26th Annual Tony Awards, co-Host, 1972; appears with Lucie Arnaz, The 53rd Annual Academy Awards; Night of 100 Stars, 1982; as well as appears with Lucille Ball, The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, 1986, is born this date, 4/16, in 1921.

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Philip Bruns, d. 2/8/12; actor, 102 titles; Lucille Ball guest, (“Here’s Lucy”) “Lucy and the Gold Rush”, as J.C.C. Tompkins, 1968, is born this date in 1931.

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Leslie Uggams, singer, actress, 28 titles; appears with Lucille Ball, Swing Out, Sweet Land, 1970; with Desi Arnaz, IV, Salute to Oscar Hammerstein II, 1972; with Lucille Ball and Lucie Arnaz, Night of 100 Stars, II, 1985; as well as with Lucie and Desi Arnaz, IV, recipients on behalf of their mother, posthumously, the first 'Legacy of Laughter' Award, presented by Carol Burnett, The 5th Annual TV Land Awards, 2007; is born this date. 5/25, in 1943.

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Buck Houghton, d. 5/14/99, writer, 5 titles; producer, 25 titles; 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, May 4, in 1915.

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Attillio 'Tilio' Russo, actor, 2 titles; Lucille Ball guest, The Lucy Show, “Lucy Gets A Roommate”, “Lucy and Carol in Palm Springs”, 1966, is born this date in 1913.

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Marvin Stuart, d. 6/22/68; production manager, 8 titles; assistant director, uncredited, Lucille Ball film, DuBarry Was a Lady, 1943; Lucille/Desi film, Forever Darling, 1956; Desilu Productions', December Bride, 7 episodes, 1955-57; Sheriff of Cochise “Husband and Wife”, 1957; Whirlybirds, 18 episodes, 1957-59; The Fountain of Youth, 1958; Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Adventures of Jim Bowie “The Puma”, 1958; Desilu Productions', The Untouchables “The St. Louis Story”, “The Big Squeeze”, assistant director, 1960, production manager, 77 episodes, 1960-63; Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Barbara Stanwyck Show “Little Big Mouth”, production manager, 1961; Desilu Productions', Land's End, 8 episodes, 1961; as well as Desi Arnaz' Productions', The Mothers In Law “On Again, Off Again, Lohengrin”, 1967; assistant director, “My Son, The Actor”, “A Night to Forget”, “All Fall Down”, 1967, is born this date in 1901.

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U-tter joy, and congrat-U-lations to the marvelo-u-s neighbor who came to their assistance, and the resc-u-e of three missing women and children in Cleveland, OH, the other day; LUcille would have loved the outcome and outpouring of love this is creating across our nation yesterday and today, and for a long time to come . . . .

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Fuzzy Knight, d. 2/23/76; actor, 197 titles; William Frawley (Lucy's Fred Mertz), stage co-star, Broadway, Here's Howe, 1928; Lucille Ball early film-career co-star, Moulin Rouge, 1934; Joy of Living, 1938; Frawley co-star, Rancho Notorious, 1952; as well as guest, Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Joey Bishop Show “Very Warm For Christmas”, 1962; is born this date in 1901.

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Chuck Roberson, d. 6/8/88; actor/stuntman, 134 titles; guest, Desilu Studios'-filmed, Yancy Derringer “Two Tickets to Promontory”, 1959; Lucille Ball guest, The Lucy Show “Lucy Puts Up a TV Antenna”, 1962; as well as with Lucille, The 61st Annual Academy Awards, archivally via Memorial Tribute, 1989, is born this date in 1919.

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