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On the day of HIS passing:

 

 

Walter Matthau, b. 10/1/20; Lucille Ball co-star, 1967; appears with Lucie Arnaz, The 38th Annual Golden Globe Awards, 1981; with Desi Arnaz, IV, I Love Liberty, 1982; with Lucille, AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Billy Wilder; The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, 1986; as well as A Beverly Hills Christmas, 1987, dies this date, 7/1, in 2000.

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'Weird' Al Yankovic, pays tribute to Ricky Ricardo, The 'Weird Al' Yankovic Video Library: His Greatest Hits, 1992; 'Weird Al' Yankovic”, The Videos, Ricky Ricardo, 1996; as well as a whole cassette of the (“I Love Lucy”) show's best scenes, adorned by all the best musical numbers, is born this date, 10/23, in 1959.

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Charles Walters, director, 29 titles; actor, 7 titles; with Lucille Ball, as dance director, Best Foot Forward, DuBarry Was a Lady, 1943, and Meet the People, 1944; in Lucille film, Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in Hollywood, as a sailor, uncredited, 1945; with Lucille and William Frawley (Lucy's Fred Mertz), Ziegfeld Follies, as writer and additional choreographer, 1946; with Lucille, as director, (“Here's Lucy”) “Lucy and Alladin's Lamp”, 1971, TV Movie, A Lucille Ball Special Starring Lucille Ball and Jackie Gleason, 1975, and TV movie, What Now, Catherine Curtis?, 1976, is born this date in 1911.

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On THIS day in Lucy history:

 

 

Lee Bowman and Lucille Ball co-star, appear, CBS' Radio, Special Preview Program, My Favorite Husband, an untitled episode, which revolves around “George’s Old Flame - The Cugat’s 10th Wedding Anniversary”; produced and directed by Gordon Hughes; script by Frank Fox and Bill Davenport; original music by Marlin Skiles; conducted by Wilbur Hatch; announcer, Bob LeMond, with veteran supporting cast members, Hal March, Hans Conried, and Jay Novello, debuting this date, 7/5, in 1948.

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On the day of HIS birth:

 

 

William Schallert, actor, 363 titles; guest, Desilu Productions’, Cavalcade of America, “The Boy Who Walked to America”, 1956; Whirlybirds “Fury Canyon”, 1957; The Texan “The Troubled Town”, 1958; Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Adventures of Jim Bowie, 8 episodes, 1957-58; Desilu Productions’, Alcatraz Express, 1960; Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Red Skelton Hour “Clem the Candidate”, “Goodness Had Nothing to Do With It”, 1960; Desilu Productions’, The Untouchables “The Big Train: Part 2”, 1961; Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Andy Griffith Show “Quiet Sam”, 1961; The Dick Van Dyke Show “A Word a Day”, 1962; Lucille Ball guest, The Lucy Show “Lucy and Viv Play Softball”, “Lucy and the Little League”, 1963, Desilu Productions’, Star Trek “The Trouble With Tribbles”, Mission: Impossible “The Train”; 1967; Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Guns of Will Sonnett “Look for the Hound Dog”, 1968; as well as GAB Entertainment', You Know The Face, Lucille, archivally, 2009, is born this date in 1922.

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