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Lucille Ball

This extremely talented comedienne whose film career began in the 1930’s became the Queen of 1950’s TV with her long running TV sitcoms “I Love Lucy” & “The Lucy Show”, for which she won a number of Emmy Awards. Lucy’s frequent big screen co-star was comedian Bob Hope .

Fact File

Birth Name: Lucille Desiree Ball

Date Of Birth: 6th August 1911

Place Of Birth:
Jamestown, New York, USA

Date Of Death: 26th April 1989

Place Of Death:
Beverly Hills, California, USA

Height: 5’ 6”

Natural Hair Color: Brunette

Nickname:The First Lady Of Televison

Debut Film Appearance:
“The Bowery” (1933 - Uncredited)

Famous TV Show: “I Love Lucy”

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Lucille Ball’s Top 10 Movies on VHS

Best Foot Forward(1943) VHS
A high-spirited musical romp with Lucille Ball as a movie star who decides on a whim to accept a young man's invitation to his military academy's prom. The tunes include ``Buckle Down Winsockie,'' ``Wish I May,'' and Harry James performing ``Two O' Clock Jump.'' June Allyson, Nancy Walker, Tommy Dix. 95 min.

The Dark Corner(1946) VHS
Private eye Mark Stevens is a man backed into a corner, framed for the murder of his ex-partner, in an intriguing "film noir" thriller that also stars Lucille Ball as Stevens' lovestruck secretary, Clifton Webb as a well-to-do art dealer and William Bendix in his patented "neanderthalic gunsel" role. 99 min.

Lured(1947) VHS
After her friend falls victim to a serial killer prowling the streets of London, American showgirl Lucille Ball agrees to work with Scotland Yard inspector Charles Coburn and serve as a decoy to trap the murderer. Glossy thriller from director Douglas Sirk also stars Boris Karloff and George Sanders as a dress designer and nightclub owner, respectively, who are among the prime suspects. 103 min.

Sorrowful Jones(1949) VHS
When bookie Bob Hope is left with a client's 5-year-old daughter, he must become a reluctant father in this lively comedy based on Damon Runyon's "Little Miss Marker." Lucille Ball co-stars with William Demarest, Bruce Cabot, Mary Jane Saunders. 88 min.

Fancy Pants(1950) VHS
Bob Hope and Lucille Ball star in this raucous remake of "Ruggles of Red Gap." Bob's cheery-o impersonation of a proper British lord convi nces Lucy to invite him to her Old West home, where the camouflage continues. With Bruce Cabot and Jack Kirkwood. 92 min.

The Long, Long Trailer(1954) VHS
Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz are a laugh riot in this comic lark directed by Vincente Minnelli. They're off on their honeymoon with an expensive, unwieldy trailer, and laughs aplenty are in store. Marjorie Main and Keenan Wynn also star. 96 min.

Forever Darling(1956) VHS
Lucille Ball, the unhappy wife of workaholic chemist Desi Arnaz, receives marital help from guardian angel James Mason in this offbeat fantasy comedy. The couple's trip to the woods for an insecticide test provides some wacky moments. Louis Calhern, John Hoyt co-star. 96 min.

Critic's Choice(1963) VHS
Spirited theatrical farce featuring Bob Hope as a drama critic who must make a decision over whether to review wife Lucille Ball's new play. The problem sends Bob to a psychiatrist and his ex-wife for help. Marilyn Maxwell and Rip Torn also star. 100 min.

A Guide For The Married Man(1967) VHS
A delicious farce that finds faithful husband Walter Matthau taking lessons in infidelity from neighbor Robert Morse. The wacky cast includes Lucille Ball, Jack Benny, Jayne Mansfield, Inger Stevens, Phil Silvers and Sid Caesar; directed by Gene Kelly. 91 min.

Mame(1974) VHS
Lucille Ball coaxes the blues right out of the horn in this brassy, big-screen musical extravaganza. She's the eccentric woman who teaches her young nephew how to make life fun. Beatrice Arthur, Robert Preston also star, with songs like ``Mame'' and ``The Man in the Moon Is a Lady.'' 132 min.


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“I Love Lucy 50th Anniversary Special” Now On DVD

I Love Lucy: 50th Anniversary Special [DVD](2001) DVD
Celebrate 50 years with Lucy and Desi thanks to this retrospective that features some of the funniest moments in the series' history as well as rare footage and plenty of music. Includes appearances by Andy Garcia, Whoopi Goldberg, Cher, Larry King, Barbara Walters and many more. 85 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Surround.


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