Here's Lucy: Season Three

Here's Lucy: Season Three

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Originally debuting September 23, 1968, the popular CBS sitcom Here's Lucy (1968-74) brought American viewers comedienne Lucille Ball's third major hit on national television. Season Three (1971-2) retains significance for two reasons: because it opened with a now-legendary guest turn by superstars Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton (then midway through theirSee more details below

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Originally debuting September 23, 1968, the popular CBS sitcom Here's Lucy (1968-74) brought American viewers comedienne Lucille Ball's third major hit on national television. Season Three (1971-2) retains significance for two reasons: because it opened with a now-legendary guest turn by superstars Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton (then midway through their first marriage and flashing an enormous diamond ring), and because it witnessed Ball's real-life son, Desi Arnaz, Jr.'s, final year on the program. The set-up of the series offered a a slight variation on its immediate network predecessor, The Lucy Show: Ball starred as Lucy Carter, a Los Angeles widow employed by the Unique Employment Agency and saddled with two children, Craig and Kim (Desi Arnaz, Jr. and Lucie Arnaz). Her curmudgeonly employer was Harrison Otis "Uncle Harry" Carter, played by Ball's frequent foil, the late Gale Gordon. This set contains all 24 original color episodes, presented full and uncut as they originally aired and digitally remastered for optimal viewing quality. The package contains a wealth of bonus features including new introductions by Lucie and Desi, Jr., a Lucie commercial, a Here's Lucy slide show, syndication promos, original billboards and much more.

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Product Details

Release Date:
06/15/2010
UPC:
0030306794396
Source:
Mpi Home Video
Region Code:
0
Time:
12:00:00
Sales rank:
39,511

Special Features

New video episode introdubtions by Lucie Arnaz & Desi Arnaz, Jr.; Featurette: Lucy meets the Burtons: a comedic gem; Let's talk to Lucy - lost interview with Doris Day; Make room for Grandaddy episode with Lucy; Lucy with Jack Benny; Lip-Sync Lucy; Lucie & Desi Jr. with Robert Young; Lucie commercial; Here's Lucy slide show; Treasures frm Lucy's vault: (House Party with Desi Jr. - home movies: on the set, Aloha Lucy, Goofy Golf); Series production files; Syndication promos; Original billboards

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