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I Love Lucy “Chocolate Factory” Fleece Blanket (Measures Approximately 50″ x 60″)

I Love Lucy “Chocolate Factory” Fleece Blanket (Measures Approximately 50″ x 60″)

  • Measures approximately 50″ w x 60″ h
  • Soft 100% acrylic

Measures approximately 50″ w x 60″ h

List Price: $ 24.00

Price: $ 13.94

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I Love Lucy | Housewarming (Part 3)

Season 6, Episode 22, “Housewarming” Full Episode, Part 3 of 3
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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Lucille Ball I Love Lucy poster vitameatavegamin classic – 11×17

Lucille Ball I Love Lucy poster vitameatavegamin classic – 11×17

  • decorate your walls with this brand new poster
  • ships quickly and safely in a sturdy protective tube
  • high quality full color poster with white border
  • measures 11.00 by 17.00 inches

Lucille Ball I Love Lucy poster vitameatavegamin classic – 11×17

Price: $ 3.95

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Spanking Ricky: Lucy Ricardo’s Guide to Marriage-I Love Lucy

How to wallop your husband, by Lucy Ricardo. People always remember Ricky spanking Lucy, but forget that Lucy beat up on Ricky more times than he did her. Here is one of those instances where Lucy had the upper hand, so to speak. (Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball in “I Love Lucy”)
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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I Love Lucy “The Fur Coat”

In this clip, from “The Fur Coat” ( Season 1, Episode 10, aired 12/10/1951), Ricky returns home with a 00 mink coat that he has rented for an act at the club. Lucy immediately jumps to the conclusion that it’s her anniversary present. Lucy is so delighted with her “present” that she eats, sleeps, and even does the dishes wearing the mink. Ricky decides to get the coat back by having Fred dress up as a thief and “steal” it, but before he does, a REAL burglar almost makes off with the coat! When Lucy learns from Ethel of his plan, she decides to teach her hubby a lesson. Buying a cheap imitation mink, she decides to “restyle” it (with a pair of scissors) in full view of Ricky.

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I Love Lucy (Season 5) DVD Review

I Love Lucy (Season 5) DVD Review

Recipient of widespread critical and audience acclaim, I Love Lucy is by far one of the greatest, if not the greatest, comedy series in television history. It literally revolutionized the TV landscape forever with its creative thinking, live studio audience, experimental camera angles, and top-notch writing. Created by the talented husband and wife team of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, I Love Lucy became the most celebrated show of its time and helped usher in a whole new era in the American entertainment experience…

The I Love Lucy (Season 5) DVD offers a number of hilarious episodes including the season premiere “Lucy Visits Grauman’s” in which Lucy is wrapping up her extended trip to Hollywood where she’s collected a number of oddball collectibles, such as a tin can run over by Cary Grant’s car and a napkin used by Lana Turner. But when Lucy learns that John Wayne’s imprints on a concrete block in front of Grauman’s Chinese Theater have come loose, she decides to steal a real souvenir to take home… Other notable episodes from Season 5 include “Lucy Goes to a Rodeo” in which Lucy confuses Ricky’s performance on a “radio show” with his performance in a “rodeo show,” and “Paris at Last” in which Lucy’s trip to Paris is marked by her quest to find a famous artist whose paintings will one day be valuable, but the only artist she meets is a con artist who steals her blind…

Below is a list of episodes included on the I Love Lucy (Season 5) DVD:

Episode 128 (Lucy Visits Grauman’s) Air Date: 10-03-1955

Episode 129 (Lucy and John Wayne) Air Date: 10-10-1955

Episode 130 (Lucy and the Dummy) Air Date: 10-17-1955

Episode 131 (Ricky Sells the Car) Air Date: 10-24-1955

Episode 132 (The Great Train Robbery) Air Date: 10-31-1955

Episode 133 (Homecoming) Air Date: 11-07-1955

Episode 134 (The Ricardos are Interviewed) Air Date: 11-14-1955

Episode 135 (Lucy Goes to a Rodeo) Air Date: 11-28-1955

Episode 136 (Nursery School) Air Date: 12-05-1955

Episode 137 (Ricky’s European Booking) Air Date: 12-12-1955

Episode 138 (The Passports) Air Date: 12-19-1955

Episode 139 (Staten Island Ferry) Air Date: 01-02-1956

Episode 140 (Bon Voyage) Air Date: 01-16-1956

Episode 141 (Second Honeymoon) Air Date: 01-23-1956

Episode 142 (Lucy Meets the Queen) Air Date: 01-30-1956

Episode 143 (The Fox Hunt) Air Date: 02-06-1956

Episode 144 (Lucy Goes to Scotland) Air Date: 02-20-1956

Episode 145 (Paris at Last) Air Date: 02-27-1956

Episode 146 (Lucy Meets Charles Boyer) Air Date: 03-05-1956

Episode 147 (Lucy Gets a Paris Gown) Air Date: 03-19-1956

Episode 148 (Lucy in the Swiss Alps) Air Date: 03-26-1956

Episode 149 (Lucy Gets Homesick in Italy) Air Date: 04-09-1956

Episode 150 (Lucy’s Italian Movie) Air Date: 04-16-1956

Episode 151 (Lucy’s Bicycle Trip) Air Date: 04-23-1956

Episode 152 (Lucy Goes to Monte Carlo) Air Date: 05-07-1956

Episode 153 (Return Home from Europe) Air Date: 05-14-1956

Britt Gillette is author of The DVD Report, a blog where you can find more reviews like this one of the I Love Lucy (Season 5) DVD.

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Lucille Ball: A Tribute

I made this video to honor the “Queen of Comedy”. Songs used: Forrest Gump (Main Theme) I Love Lucy Theme (with lyrics) sung by Desi Arnaz… Please leave a comment, I love hearing the opinions of other fans!! Rest in peace Lucy; this is for you…

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I Love Lucy – Staten Island Ferry 1/3

Requested by KratostheThird. To see if seasick pills will work well enough to let Fred board the ocean liner to Europe, Lucy takes Fred on the Staten Island Ferry. Production: #139 Original Air Date: 1-2-56

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I LOVE LUCY clips with Lucille Ball commentary

I LOVE LUCY clips with Lucille Ball commentary (and others) from the Criterion Laserdisc
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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Lucille Ball and Van Johnson Dance

One of my favorite scenes from I LOVE LUCY– Van Johnson and Lucille Ball dancing to the song “How About You?”.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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