Scene from “Lucy Takes a Cruse to Havana”. Hollywood columnist Hedda Hopper wants to know how Lucy and Ricky met. In a flashback, young Lucy McGillicuddy and her friend Susie MacNamara (Ann Sothern) cruise to Havana, where they meet tour guides Ricky Ricardo and Carlos Garcia (Cesar Romero), honeymooners Fred and Ethel Mertz, and crooner Rudy Vallee. Bleh, I uploaded this video for nothing. It was still fun, though! Video Rating: 5 / 5
I was an extra in the fountain soda shop scene, Ron H and Anson W walk into the shop and point me out — I’m the blonde sitting in the booth! I’m shown at about 5.50 minutes into this video — Enjoy! Video Rating: 4 / 5
Chuck Woolery hosts this real-life “Love Connection” between Dean Barness and Andi Lauren. These reality show contestants ACTUALLY walked down the aisle 3 years later, and if you can believe it, Chuck Woolery gave the couple their first toast! Check out Andi today at AndiBarness.com! Video Rating: 4 / 5
A Request from an “I Love Lucy” fan who lives in New Jersey, United States. This short 8mm Color film Footage was fimed by an audience member of “I Love Lucy”, on the evening of October 12, 1951, at Sound Stage #2 of Desilu Studios, Hollywood, California. The episode fimed that night was 6th Episode of the First Season, “The Audition”.(It was a remake of “I Love Lucy” pilot episode, which was presumed lost until 1990.) Although there were many people who tried to capture the scene of filming, Jess Oppenheimer, the producer and writer of “I Love Lucy”, prohibited it, because of the possibilities of Leaking. Because of this, this footage is the only surviving material of “Behind-the-Scenes” of this legendary sitcom. (It is said that Desi Arnaz filmed some filming scenes using his own 8mm movie camera, but it is not proven.) Of all four main stars, Vivian Vance is not appearing in this footage. Jess Oppenheimer, and the famous cameraman, Karl Freund, are seen briefly.