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LUCILLE BALL. Born: Lucille Désirée Ball, August 6, 1911 in New York City, USA. Died: April 26, 1989 (age 77) of an of an Acute Aorta Aneurysm in Beverly Hills. The woman who will always be remembered as the crazy, accident-prone, "I Love Lucy" (1951). Lucy soon switched to MGM where she got better roles in films such as "Du Barry Was a Lady" (1943) & the 'Katharine Hepburn-Spencer Tracy' vehicle "Without Love" (1945). Ball was awarded 2 Stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Motion…

LUCILLE BALL. Born: Lucille Désirée Ball, August 6, 1911 in New York City, USA. Died: April 26, 1989 (age 77) of an of an Acute Aorta Aneurysm in Beverly Hills. The woman who will always be remembered as the crazy, accident-prone, "I Love Lucy" (1951). Lucy soon switched to MGM where she got better roles in films such as "Du Barry Was a Lady" (1943) & the 'Katharine Hepburn-Spencer Tracy' vehicle "Without Love" (1945). Ball was awarded 2 Stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Motion…

Lucille Ball | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Lucille Ball | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

From "Lucy Gets a Paris Gown" - 1956 *doesnt matter how many times I see this episode it cracks me up EVERY time!*

From "Lucy Gets a Paris Gown" - 1956 *doesnt matter how many times I see this episode it cracks me up EVERY time!*

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desi arnaz jr 2014 - Google Search

I Love Lucy! My favorite episope was when Lucy and Hazel left home and got jobs.  HILARIOUS!  And who can forget the episode when they worked in the factory on the assembly line!

I Love Lucy! My favorite episope was when Lucy and Hazel left home and got jobs. HILARIOUS! And who can forget the episode when they worked in the factory on the assembly line!

. Lucille Ball and George Brent (1946) Lucille Ball and the Marx Brothers (1938) «The Big Street» (1942) Lucille Ball, Henry Fonda on the set of «The Big Street», 1942 Lucille Ball, William Holden «Miss Grant Takes Richmond», 1949 Lucille Ball, Charles Coburn & George Sanders (1947) Lucille…

. Lucille Ball and George Brent (1946) Lucille Ball and the Marx Brothers (1938) «The Big Street» (1942) Lucille Ball, Henry Fonda on the set of «The Big Street», 1942 Lucille Ball, William Holden «Miss Grant Takes Richmond», 1949 Lucille Ball, Charles Coburn & George Sanders (1947) Lucille…

Young Lucille Ball 1930s

Young Lucille Ball 1930s

The Official I Love Lucy/Lucille Ball Gif Thread

The Official I Love Lucy/Lucille Ball Gif Thread

This is the only scene in all of the I Love Lucy series in which Desi and Lucy shy/turn away from the camera; they were both genuinely crying and it wasn't scripted. The episode is called "Lucy is Enceinte" (Lucy is Expecting). This is the scene where Lucy tells Ricky she's pregnant; Lucy was pregnant in real life as well, and that's why it was such an emotional scene for them. My favorite I Love Lucy moment. Click on it to see it pan out!

This is the only scene in all of the I Love Lucy series in which Desi and Lucy shy/turn away from the camera; they were both genuinely crying and it wasn't scripted. The episode is called "Lucy is Enceinte" (Lucy is Expecting). This is the scene where Lucy tells Ricky she's pregnant; Lucy was pregnant in real life as well, and that's why it was such an emotional scene for them. My favorite I Love Lucy moment. Click on it to see it pan out!

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