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Disco Lucy Here's one that definitely belongs in a 1970s time capsule: The I Love Lucy theme song set to a disco beat! The Wilton Place Street Band had a hit with Disco Lucy in 1977. It reached #24 on the Billboard pop chart and #7 on the disco chart.
Tags: Disco  Lucy  Wilton  Place  Street  Band 
Added: 22nd March 2014
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Posted By: Lava1964
Lucy Meets Superman Lucy meets the original Man of Steel, George Reeves.
Tags: TV 
Added: 7th December 2014
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Posted By: WestVirginiaRebel
New York Sitcom Map Tags: New  York  Sitcom  Map  Honeymooners  Welcome  Back  Kotter  The  Jeffersons  King  of  Queens  I  Love  Lucy  Barney  Miller  Friends  Taxi  Spin  City  Night  Court  TV  Classic  TV 
Added: 7th September 2009
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Posted By: Cliffy
Lucy and Desi This is a great photo!
Tags: Lucille  Ball  Desi  Arnaz  photo 
Added: 14th October 2009
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Posted By: Lava1964
Life With Lucy - 1986 Lucille Ball had 23 years of successful sitcoms from 1951 through 1974. During the next dozen years, Ball appeared only in specials and did the occasional game show. In 1986, after some serious negotiating, ABC persuaded the 75-year-old Ball to come out of retirement and do another sitcom, Life With Lucy, alongside 80-year-old Gale Gordon. Lucy would be paid for 22 episodes even if the series was cancelled before they aired or were even made. She also insisted that Bob Carroll and Madelyn Pugh--her two primary writers from I Love Lucy--would have final script approval. Lucy played a widow who moves in her with daughter's family. The first episode aired on Saturday, September 23, 1986. It ranked 23rd for the week. The reviews were not kind. Critics felt the scripts were old-fashioned and predictable. Some Lucy fans cringed watching the elderly Lucy and Gale perform stunts they did years earlier. Lucy’s timing was a bit off as well because she now needed cue cards to remember her lines. As the weeks went on, Life With Lucy steadily fell in the ratings. Within two months, it was among the lowest-rated shows on television. Lucy was shocked because she had never failed in a series before. There were occasional bright spots, though: Lucille Ball was likely at her personal best in an episode featuring John Ritter. (Each was a huge fan of the other.) An episode titled 'Mother of the Bride,' in which Audrey Meadows (of The Honeymooners) appeared as Lucy's sister, probably was the best of the bunch. Unfortunately, nothing could save what was becoming a major disappointment for ABC. Even though 13 episodes were filmed, only eight made it to the airwaves before the series was axed. 'Mother of the Bride' was the last one to air on November 15, 1986. Lucy was apparently devastated by the show's cancellation, tearfully declaring to longtime friend Ann Sothern that TV viewers only accepted a younger Lucy--not Lucy as a grandmother. ABC never aired any reruns. Life With Lucy has not yet been made available on DVD.
Tags: Life  With  Lucy  Sitcom 
Added: 21st March 2010
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Posted By: Lava1964
New Zealand Judge Orders Name Change For Girl You can't make this stuff up... From July 2008: A judge in New Zealand, fed up with parents bestowing bizarre names on their offspring, has given a girl named Talula Does the Hula From Hawaii the chance to change hers. Judge Rob Murfitt has ruled that the girl, 9, become a ward of the court so her name can be changed. The girl was involved in a custody battle between her separated parents. In his ruling made public Thursday, Murfitt expressed concern at the 'very poor judgment' shown by the parents in selecting the moniker. 'It makes a fool of the child and sets her up with a social disability and handicap, unnecessarily,' said Murfitt. The court heard that the girl was so embarrassed by her name that she never even told her friends. Instead, she told people to call her K, her lawyer told the family court in the port city of New Plymouth, located on the west coast of the North Island. The ruling was made in February 2008, but became public five months later when it was published in law reports. The girl's new name will not be made public in order to protect her identity. In his ruling, Murfitt cited a list of strange names given to children in New Zealand. He said names blocked by registration officials included Yeah Detroit, Keenan Got Lucy, Twisty Poi, Fish and Chips, and Sex Fruit. However, Number 16 Bus Shelter and Violence were allowed. New Zealand law does not allow names that would cause offence to a reasonable person, among other conditions, said Brian Clarke, the registrar general of births, deaths and marriages. Clarke said officials usually talk to parents who propose unusual names to convince them of the potential embarrassment for the child.
Tags: New  Zealand  Talula  name  change 
Added: 15th April 2010
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Posted By: Lava1964
Lucille Ball As Pin-Up Girl This picture of Lucille Ball appeared in the March 23, 1945 issue of Yank, the Army Weekly.
Tags: lucy  lucille  ball  pin  up  girl  1940s  1945  yank  the  army  weekly 
Added: 25th July 2010
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Posted By: MiscVideos78rpm
I Love Lucy Pilot Episode Rediscovered I Love Lucy was the first American sitcom to be shot and preserved on 35-mm film, thus ensuring every episode could be shown forever in reruns. However, the pilot episode had mysteriously vanished after it had aired in 1951. For nearly four decades it could not be located, much to the frustration of the show's devoted fans. In 1990, the widow of Pepito Perez, a Spanish clown who had appeared in the pilot episode, announced the good news: She had found the missing episode while dusting under a bed in her home! Apparently Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz had given the only existing copy of the episode to her late husband as a thank-you gift--and quickly forgot about it. It had sat undisturbed in Perez's home for nearly 40 years. Perez had died in 1975. Both Lucy and Desi had also died by the time the pilot episode had been rediscovered. With only a slight bit of restoration needed to the film, CBS aired it as part of an I Love Lucy retrospective on April 30, 1990. Some notable differences in the pilot from the rest of the series: Lucy and Ricky's last name was Lopez instead of Ricardo; their apartment was markedly different; and landlords Fred and Ethel Mertz were nowhere to be seen. Lucy was quite obviously wearing maternity clothes in the pilot, although no mention was made of her pregnancy. The child in the womb was Lucy Arnaz--who hosted the 1990 retrospective show.
Tags: I  Love  Lucy  pilot  episode  rediscovered  Pepito  Clown 
Added: 30th October 2010
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Posted By: Lava1964
Frank Nelson - The Ultimate Character Actor Voice The name Frank Nelson might not mean anything to you. Even his face might not ring a bell. But his voice was absolutely unmistakable. Nelson's famous elongated 'Yeeeeeees?' and 'Weeellll!' and 'Oooooh!' made everything that followed incredibly funny. Shown here in a still photo from an I Love Lucy episode, the veteran character actor made approximately 9000 appearances on TV and radio programs in his long career, many of them on The Jack Benny Program. My favorite? His appearance as the music store proprietor on a 1960 episode of The Flintstones titled The Hot Piano: 'Oooooh! Aren't we sneaky!' Nelson died in 1986 at age 75.
Tags: Frank  Nelson  voice  character  actor 
Added: 18th November 2010
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Posted By: Lava1964
Ginger Rogers and Lucy do The Charlston Tags: Ginger  Rogers  and  Lucy  do  The  Charlston    The  Lucy  Show  CBS 
Added: 29th January 2011
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Posted By: Old Fart

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