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b. 7/27/18 d. 10/28/95

Veola Vonn, actress, 28 titles; guest, Lucille Ball, CBS' Radio, My Favorite Husband “Liz Hires a New Secretary for George” - Episode #123, 1951; as well as (“I Love Lucy”) “The Handcuffs”, as emcee, 1952; is born this date in 1918.

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Marvin Hamlisch, d. 8/6/12; composer, 55 titles; producer, 1 title; actor, 4 titles; pianist, three time Academy Award-winner; was the youngest student ever accepted by Manhattan's Julliard School of Music; eventually, composes songs for stage productions; friend to Lucie Arnaz; appears with Lucie, The 36th Annual Tony Awards, 1982; with Lucille Ball and Lucie, Night of 100 Stars II, 1985; appears with Robert Klein and Lucie Arnaz, on stage, The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, Kleinhans' Music Hall, a reprisal of their 1979, 'They're Playing Our Song', 2008; as well as with Lucie, The 63rd Annual Tony Awards, had written soundtrack, “What I Did For Love”, 2009; is born this date, 6/2, in 1944.

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ViVian Keefer, actress, 5 titles; Lucille Ball early film career friend; Lucille and she modeled costumes for Omar Kiam, Lucille's co-star, Roman Scandals, as Goldwyn Girl, uncredited, 1933; Moulin Rouge, as Show Girl, uncredited, Kid Millions, as Goldwyn Girl, uncredited, and Bottoms Up, Chorine, uncredited, 1934; is born this date in 1909.

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Herb Vigran, actor, 342 titles; William Frawley (Lucy's Fred Mertz) co-star, Dancing on a Dime, 1940, Monsieur Verdoux, 1947, Texas, Brooklyn and Heaven, 1948, Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man, 1951; long-time Arnazes friend and Desilu guest ; co-star, The Long, Long Trailer, 1953; (“I Love Lucy”), 4 episodes, with Vivian Vance and Frawley (The Mertzes), 1952-54; guest, Desilu Productions', December Bride “My Soldier”, 1954; Desilu Studios'-filmed, Make Room For Daddy, “Little League”, 1955; Desilu Productions', acting director, Our Miss Brooks “The Stolen Wardrobe”, 1953, “The Skeleton in the Closet”, 1956; Cavalcade of America, “Innocent Bystander”, 1956; guest, Shower of Stars “Star Time”, 1957; The Texan “The Ringer”, 1959; The Untouchables “The Jake Lingle Killing”, 1959; Whirlybirds “Obsession”, 1959; The Ann Sothern Show, 1959-60; Angel “The French Touch”, 1960; Lucille's guest, The Lucy Show “Lucy and the Missing Stamp”; with Vivian Vance (Lucy's Ethel Mertz), and Desi Arnaz, IV, “Lucy and the Little League”, 1964-66; as well as Desi Arnaz Productions', The Mothers-In-Law “Herb's Little Helper”, 1968, is born this date in 1910.

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Reference: Jamestown Lounge furniture ordered from Jamestown, NY, Post-Journal 9/12/1967

TV Stage: How Lucy and Desi Live (New Ranch): “Tv’s most popular couple find living is easy in Palm Springs, just having finished building a new ranch house, the Thunderbird, 4400 square feet, 6 bedrooms, air conditioning, swimming pool and a lanai (veranda), furnished in contemporary style (research: obviously, the site of the livingroom area, revealing Jamestown Royal furniture ordered from Jamestown NY, mentioned in The Post-Journal article of 9/12/67, and this chronology, 2013), published this date in 1954.

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June 6, 1954:

 

 

TV Stage: How Lucy and Desi LiVe (New Ranch): “TV’s most popular couple find liVing is easy in Palm Springs, just haVing finished building a new ranch house, the Thunderbird, 4400 square feet, 6 bedrooms, air conditioning, swimming pool and a lanai (Veranda), furnished in contemporary style (research: obViously, the site of the couple posing in their liVingroom area, reVealing Jamestown Royal furniture ordered from Jamestown NY, mentioned in The Post-Journal article of 9/12/87, and this chronology, May 2, 2013),” published this date in 1954.

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Orwin C. Harvey, b. 1926; stuntman, 52 titles; actor, 22 titles; guest, Desilu Productions', Mannix “End of the Rainbow”, as Marvin, 1968; Lucille Ball's guest, (“Here’s Lucy”) “Lucy's Punctured Romance”, as fireman, 1972; “Lucy, the Wealthy Widow”, as Bank Teller; “Lucy and Uncle Harry’s Pot”, as store employee, 1973; as well as “Lucy, the Sheriff”, as Sheriff Bart Thomas, 1974, dies this date in 1994.

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