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    Lucille Ball

    Today would have been Lucille Ball's 93rd birthday. I think her talents gave much pleasure to everyone. She could do anything, from acting to comedy.

    You will always be remembered, Lucille.

    Rest well.


    And there used to be a ballpark right here.

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    Smile I'm home , Lucy

    Hi Rhoda, I do so remember all the great moments Lucille Ball gave us. One of my favorite is the candy job she had. I was able to visit her dressing room when doing a tour in LA Sorry to say she was off the set that day. Sleep warm, sweet lady.
    LEATRICE (LEE) Fort Myers, Florida, USA
    Sinatra, Sinatra,Sinatra! Pray for Robin!

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    I Love Lucy

    Leatrice and Rhodalee,

    I always used to watch I Love Lucy.

    Fond memories of an extremely talented comedienne and lovely person.

    Rest in peace Lucille Ball.

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    Thumbs up Ms Ball...

    "Carrot Top" was one funny and smart lady. You are missed...Joe..

  5. My seven-year-old granddaughter has discovered Lucille Ball and watches both of her television series'. Lucy is timeless.

  6. I love seeing her on re-runs of Cavett and Carson.
    Dickie brought up that she bought her son an Aston Martin.

    I love it that she could portray sensitivity so well, but was quite capable of being very dry on the talk shows.

    Nancy, I can't believe that Miranda is seven already. Time is accelerating.
    ......pick yourself up...... ......dust yourself off...... ......start all over again...... (my e-mail)

  7. One of Lucy's finest performances was in a film called The Big Street. She plays opposite Henry Fonda. He is a nusboy and she is a nightclub singer. They are both wonderful. Highly recommended.

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    Rho started this thread.
    Tutti a tavola a mangiare!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark View Post
    Rho started this thread.
    and Lee responded. Both are missed.


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    I remember Lucy and Henry Fonda in a 1967 Yours Mine and Ours

  11. That film had another Lucy classic scene during which his kids get her drunk. She was wonderful.

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    Valentines Day 1966
    The Lucy Show
    My favorite episode

  13. I forgot how pretty she was.
    A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square

    My favorite song.