This is Lucy as you’ve probably never seen her before! In what may be the prototype for the modern music video, from 1966 this is about Lucy Carmichael (Lucille Ball) getting in with the local “mod” scene in London.
I adore her. One of the greats.
this is spectacular.
Hard to believe this is the same Lucille Ball from I Love Lucy a decade earlier.
Boy, this is one that I’ve never seen before. This is a pretty neat video! The Lucy character is, always, fun! It seems like I’ve been watching repeats of her shows forever…
@vanessafabulay , me thinks TracyAndersonFoxhunt is the same person as that nutcase TracyTerry who posted identical crap before getting booted off Youtube awhile back. Same person, new handle. Obviously still as pathetic as before, desperately seeking attention. It must be sad to be such an attention-starved loser who will never amount to anything, and is so jealous of Lucy’s fame and success that they have to stoop to these desperate little rants.
@TracyAndersonFoxhunt Oh my–what a nasty littte girl you are!
@vanessafabulay she was a fucking pig just like your mother
@TracyAndersonFoxhunt Well I guess I said it a little less foolishly than you did. You should do a little more research–she was a model, actress and comedian. And loved by a whole lot more people than you ever will be. Sorry.
@vanessafabulay shitfuck, you just said what i said.so… REALLY!!!!!
@TracyAndersonFoxhunt Really? then why is it that 50 years after her show ended, her name is still recognizeable all over the world? She was a clown–that’s what she was good at, and its what she wanted to be known for.
she was horrible… NEVER a talent in anything except making stupid faces on I Love Lucy
I DIG It Man!! grooovvyy!.. where did this come from?? i must tell my friends in the G*&% bars they use should play this at happy hour.
I don’t think there’s anything “rude” about expressing a heartfelt opinion.
Remember when Vivian Vance came to visit her on a show around 1967, and the two of them got involved in some scheme that required their visiting the Sunset Strip dressed as hippies? They both must have been around 56 or 57 at the time, but it was pretty funny.
@broadjumper1 , LOLOLOLOL! Besides dumbass, I should add hypocrite. You type a whole paragraph about how I’m trying to get in the last word. Then what exactly are you doing . . . . dumbass?
Yes it is!
@vieetverite – Hardly dumbass, ’cause nothing you’ve posted has anything to do with the original comment, you’re simply arguing over the last word now. I know how important small victories are to people of such limited intellect like yourself so by all means, the last word is yours…besides, you’ve already bored the hell out of me and it still doesn’t change the fact that this video was corny…
@broadjumper1 , “it’s you who’s choosing to bring up a two week old argument, so how smart could you be?”
LOL! And it’s you who can’t resist responding to anything posted with respect to this “two week old argument,” so how smart can YOU be? Dumbass.
They’ve done some ballet and Chaplin for her!
@vieetverite – dumbass? Your momma ain’t here…it’s you who’s choosing to bring up a two week old argument, so how smart could you be?
Try to learn to accept opinions that differ from your own without making personal attacks, that only makes you look like a petluant child…
@broadjumper1 , damn, shut up already dumbass.
One thing I loved about her is how she’d do anything!! Like whatother “older audience” star would try to appeal to teens by dressing up in these “far-out clothes” and dancing like she was and singing (Deffinately not Andy Griffith, Frances Baivier Eva Gabor) although Liz Montgomery from Bewitched did often. Like she did in the first episode of Here’s Lucy. She always appealed to everyone and that’s why she lasted so long.
@diddymuck haha that’s how i feel…
@broadjumper1 If you’re hoping to be a comic, don’t quit your day job! Hahaha!