I Love Lucy - Seasons 7, 8 & 9

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Barnes & Noble - Christina Urban
Technically, I Love Lucy ended May 6, 1957 with the sixth-season episode "The Ricardos Dedicate a Statue." This set, however, collects the 13 episodes of what can be considered the successor to I Love Lucy, known as The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour. First airing on November 6, 1957, the show was more an offering of hour-long specials rather than a regular series -- it was often months between shows. Picking up where I Love Lucy left off, ...
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Special Features

All 13 Lucy-Desi comedy hours, magnificently restored and digitally remastered; Original, never-before-released, uncut version of "Lucy Takes a Cruise to Havana" ; 40-minute (approx.) Desilu/Westinghouse sponsor presentation; 1951 on-set color footage; Deleted scenes; Original series openings and closings; Original cast commercials; Original animation ; Production notes; Promotional spot; English closed-captions; Flubs; Scene selections; Song selections; GUest cast information
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Christina Urban
Technically, I Love Lucy ended May 6, 1957 with the sixth-season episode "The Ricardos Dedicate a Statue." This set, however, collects the 13 episodes of what can be considered the successor to I Love Lucy, known as The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour. First airing on November 6, 1957, the show was more an offering of hour-long specials rather than a regular series -- it was often months between shows. Picking up where I Love Lucy left off, Lucy (Lucille Ball), husband Ricky (Desi Arnaz), and best friends Ethel (Vivian Vance), and Fred (William Frawley) continue their popular comedy formula honed during the original series. The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour supplemented the ensemble with an estimable parade of guest stars, including Tallulah Bankhead, Fred MacMurray, Betty Grable, Maurice Chevalier, Danny Thomas, Red Skelton, Ida Lupino, and Milton Berle. The series ended April 1, 1960 -- just over a month before the original Hollywood power couple's divorce became final. Notable extras on the DVD set include the 75-minute, uncut version of the first episode, "Lucy Takes a Cruise to Havana," which hasn't been seen since 1957; deleted scenes; outtakes; and rare color footage from the I Love Lucy set secretly taken by an audience member in 1951.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/13/2007
  • UPC: 097368513426
  • Rating:

  • Source: Paramount
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 11:02:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Lucille Ball Lucy McGillicuddy Ricardo
Desi Arnaz
Vivian Vance
William Frawley
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- I Love Lucy: The Final Seasons - 7,8, & 9: Lucy Takes a Cruise to Havana/The Celebrity Next Door/Lucy Hunts Uranium
1. Here's Hedda [4:38]
2. Maiden Voyage [6:23]
3. 11 O'Clock Stroll [6:37]
4. Welcome to Havana [7:24]
5. Romancing the Girls [2:59]
6. Night at El Tambor [8:53]
7. Ain't Amor Grand? [1:25]
8. The Morning After [8:30]
9. Tell It to the Judge [6:04]
10. Havana Hoosegow [8:59]
11. Strange Cargo [:49]
12. The Way We Met [2:23]
1. Spying on New Neighbors [5:49]
2. Lucy Hires a Couple [8:45]
3. Dinner With Tallulah [10:14]
4. On With the Show [3:51]
5. Rehearsals [5:27]
6. Painted Lady [2:46]
7. Homemade Jam [4:19]
8. Backstage Prank [1:02]
9. School Play [5:45]
10. Let's Do It Again! [3:13]
1. Vegas Bound [7:06]
2. At the Sands [4:44]
3. Phony Headlines [1:41]
4. Calling June [6:46]
5. Uranium Strike! [4:18]
6. Rude Awakening [2:40]
7. Call of the Wild [2:36]
8. The Chase Is On [6:45]
9. Take the Detour [3:10]
10. Fill 'Er Up [3:58]
11. Stuck in the Desert [2:11]
12. Filing Our Claim [4:36]
Disc #2 -- I Love Lucy: The Final Seasons - 7,8, & 9: Lucy Wins a Racehorse/Lucy Goes to Sun Valley/Lucy Goes to Mexico
1. Little Ricky Wants a Horse [5:16]
2. Fred Wins the Contest [3:16]
3. Whirling Jet Loves Lucy [2:24]
4. Phone Call From Ricky [1:38]
5. Hide the Horse! [10:59]
6. Rehearsal at Home [7:07]
7. Betty's Got an Idea [3:04]
8. Trial Run [4:58]
9. Fred Goes Whole Horse [2:07]
10. Fred's Private Box [1:55]
11. The Big Race [3:58]
12. In the Winner's Circle [3:09]
1. Memories [6:41]
2. A Change of Plans [5:15]
3. Lonely in Sun Valley [2:39]
4. Picture of Fernando [5:02]
5. Lucy on Skis [3:34]
6. Making Ricky Jealous [3:14]
7. Melancholy Ricky [5:41]
8. Unhappy Reunion [2:49]
9. Fernando's Shower [7:25]
10. Fisticuffs on Ice [5:19]
11. Black Eyes [3:28]
1. Lucy Wants to Shop [10:50]
2. Hagglers' Market [4:27]
3. Border Incident [2:21]
4. Rehearsals [4:07]
5. Calling the Admiral [3:00]
6. Maurice in Trouble [7:50]
7. Detained in Mexico [1:38]
8. Lucy Escapes [1:53]
9. The Cops in Pursuit [3:49]
10. Lucy Meets Max [1:29]
11. Lucy in the Bullring [5:20]
12. Aircraft Show [3:43]
Disc #3 -- I Love Lucy: The Final Seasons - 7,8, & 9: Lucy Makes Room for Danny/Lucy Goes to Arizona/Lucy Wants a Career/Lucy's Summer Vacation
1. Our House Is Your House [9:41]
2. Bunking With the Mertzes [1:10]
3. Where's Lucy? [2:15]
4. Lucy's Last Visit [6:45]
5. Loophole in the Lease [2:58]
6. In Bed With the Enemy [4:04]
7. Lucy 'Splains [4:25]
8. Switching Houses [4:38]
9. Order in the Court [6:13]
10. Pantomime Time [9:11]
1. North to Alaska [2:29]
2. No Room at the Inn [2:37]
3. More Beds Needed [2:46]
4. Comfy Dandy [11:30]
5. Lucy Has a Plan [1:57]
6. Rehearsal [2:41]
7. Pantomime [9:45]
8. Snow Trek [:42]
9. Oil! [1:13]
10. Blizzard [3:45]
11. Flying High [2:21]
12. Emergency Landing [8:41]
1. Housewife's Lament [5:45]
2. Years of Experience [1:50]
3. Two Hours Early [10:08]
4. First Day Jitters [9:23]
5. Sharing the News [2:15]
6. Early Riser [1:13]
7. Grand Central [2:18]
8. Ethel, the Mother [1:40]
9. Same Time & Station [3:06]
10. Home Again [:56]
11. Crisis at 4 AM! [5:54]
12. Wakey Flakies [5:28]
1. Hope Springs Eternal [9:22]
2. Lucy Gets Romantic [6:10]
3. Four's a Crowd [12:53]
4. Fish Wives [1:42]
5. Gin Games [6:35]
6. She Plans, He Plans [2:11]
7. SS Swiss Cheese [1:18]
8. Picnic on the Lake [4:50]
9. Soggy Serenade [2:33]
10. Alone at Last [3:28]
Disc #4 -- I Love Lucy: The Final Seasons - 7,8, & 9: Milton Berle Hides Out at the Ricardos/The Ricardos Go to Japan/Lucy Meets the Moustache
1. Calling Mr. Berle [3:51]
2. Lucy Makes a Deal [7:24]
3. Author, Author [11:55]
4. Ricky Meets Mildred [6:54]
5. A New Plan [1:13]
6. Office Shenanigans [8:21]
7. Westport Frolics [10:02]
1. Off to Tokyo [3:37]
2. Hotel Teito [5:36]
3. The Knothole Gang [13:28]
4. Late Night Burglary [3:27]
5. Pearl Jam [4:44]
6. In the Tub Again [2:12]
7. The Wrong Pearls [2:15]
8. Outside Geisha House [:54]
9. Japanese Dinner [15:01]
1. Ricky's Depressed [6:09]
2. Dinner Plans [1:59]
3. Entertainment Time [11:50]
4. A Close Shave [3:48]
5. Ricky Finds Out [2:45]
6. The Big Bang [3:38]
8. Coffee With Edie [3:19]
9. Lucy, the Chauffeur [2:35]
10. A Long Drive [6:10]
11. Staying Overnight [5:49]
12. Edie Tells All [3:24]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- I Love Lucy: The Final Seasons - 7,8, & 9: Lucy Takes a Cruise to Havana/The Celebrity Next Door/Lucy Hunts Uranium
   Lucy Takes a Cruise to Havana
      Songs: "Our Ship Is Coming In"
      Songs:"That Means I Love You"
      Play
      Credits
   The Celebrity Next Door
      Play
      Credits
   Lucy Hunts Uranium
      Play
      Credits
   Play All
   Bonus
      Flubs
         The Fur Flies
         Slam That Door
         Whirlwind Lucy
      Guest Cast
         Lucy Takes a Cruise to Havana
            Susie Macnamera: Ann Sothern
            Carlos: Cesar Romero
            Rudy Vallee: Himself
            Hedda Hopper: Herself
            Cruise Director: Frank Nelson
            Judge: George Trevino
            Jailor: Hestor Paiva
            Nightclub Owner: Vincent Padula
            Waiter: Louis Nicoletti
            Trustee: Joaquin del Rio
         The Celebrity Next Door
            Tallulah Bankhead: Herself
            Ida Thompson: Elvia Allman
            Winslow: Richard Deacon
            Elsie: Phyllis Kennedy
         Lucy Hunts Uranium
            Fred MacMurray: Himself
            June Haver: Herself
            Claims Clerk: Charles Lane
            Gas Station Attendant: Norman Leavitt
            Maid: Maxine Semon
            Bellhop: Bob Jellison
            Prospector #1: William Fawcett
            Prospector #2: Louis Nicoletti
            Busboy: Richard King
            Desk Clerk: Rick Warrick
      Restored Footage
         Original Opening
         Dancing Fred
         Harold in Shipping
         Rudy Takes a Dive
         Welcome to Havana
         Disembarking
         Romancing the Girls
         Girls on a Balcony
         The Next Morning
         Headaches
         Rudy's Big Fan
         Who'll Pay?
         Drunk Tank
         Home Again
         Original Closing
      Original Broadcasts
         Original Opening
         Trouble With Ethel
         The Mertzes Rebel
         Original Closing
         Original Opening
         Ford Commercial
         No Uranium
         Mac Joins the Race
         The Great Chase
         Bad Road
         Original Closing
      Special Footage
         Fancy Editing
         Lucy-Desi Promo
         I Love Lucy
      Meet Special People
         Dann Cahn
         Irma Kusely
      Production Notes
Disc #2 -- I Love Lucy: The Final Seasons - 7,8, & 9: Lucy Wins a Racehorse/Lucy Goes to Sun Valley/Lucy Goes to Mexico
   Lucy Wins a Racehorse
      Song: "The Bayamo"
      Play
      Credits
   Lucy Goes to Sun Valley
      Songs: "Caravan"
      Songs: "My Melancholy Baby"
      Play
      Credits
   Lucy Goes to Mexico
      Songs: "Something's Gotta Give"
      Songs: "Valentine"
      Songs: "Mimi"
      Songs: "Yankee Doodle Boy"
      Play
      Credits
   Extra: Desilu/Westinghouse Sponsor Presentation
   Play All
   Bonus
      Flubs
         They Get Around
      Guest Cast
         Lucy Wins a Racehorse
            Betty Grable: Herself
            Harry James: Himself
            Race Announcer: Joe Hernandez
            George: Norman Leavitt
            Delivery Man: James Burke
         Lucy Goes to Sun Valley
            Fernando Lamas: Himself
            TV Director: William Kendis
            Lodge Manager: Robert Carson
            Waitres: Hazel Pierce
         Lucy Goes to Mexico
            Maurice Chevalier: Himself
            Border Policeman: Charles Lane
            Policeman: George Trevino
            Alfredo: Alan Roberts
            Shop Owner: Vito Scotti
            Sales Clerk: Natividad Vacio
            Admiral: Addison Richards
            Area Guard: Vincent Padula
            Matador #1: Chalo Chacon
            Matador #2: Albert Carrier
            American Consul: Lewis Martin
            Stage Manager: Louis Nicoletti
      Original Broadcasts
         Original Opening
         Korny Krinkles
         Original Closing
         Original Opening
         Original Closing
         Original Credits
         Repeat Opening
         Fred Scolds Ricky
         Repeat Credits
      Special Footage
         Animated Transition
         Top 10 Lucy Shows
      Meet Special People
         Madelyn Davis & Bob Carroll, Jr.
         Bob Weiskopf & Bob Schiller
      Production Notes
Disc #3 -- I Love Lucy: The Final Seasons - 7,8, & 9: Lucy Makes Room for Danny/Lucy Goes to Arizona/Lucy Wants a Career/Lucy's Summer Vacation
   Lucy Makes Room for Danny
      Play
      Credits
   Lucy Goes to Alaska
      Play
      Credits
      Song: "Poor Us"
   Lucy Wants a Career
      Play
      Credits
   Lucy's Summer Vacation
      Play
      Credits
   Play All
   Bonus
      Flubs
         Active Child
         Well-Made Bed
      Guest Cast
         Lucy Makes Room for Danny
            Danny Williams: Danny Thomas
            Kathy Williams: Marjorie Lord
            Rusty Williams: Rusty Hamer
            Linda Williams: Angela Cartwright
            Judge: Gale Gordon
            Court Clerk: Jess Kirkpatrick
         Lucy Goes to Alaska
            Red Skelton: Himself
            Bellboy: Sid Melton
            Desk Clerk: William Newell
            Flight Clerk: Hugh Sanders
            Eskimo #1: Iron Eyes Cody
            Eskimo #2: Charles Stevens
            Show Director: Jess Kirkpatrick
         Lucy Wants a Career
            Paul Douglas: Himself
            Mr. Robinson: Pierre Watkin
            Miss Massey: Doris Packer
            Joi Lansing: Herself
            Sue Casey: Herself
            Larri Thomas: Herself
            Lorraine Crawford: Herself
            Kibitzer: Sam Hearn
            Cameraman: Louis Nicoletti
         Lucy's Summer Vacation
            Ida Lupino: Herself
            Howard Duff: Himself
            Man at the Lodge: William Fawcett
            Radio Actor: Carlton Young
            Radio Actress: Karen Norris
            Radio Announcer: Roy Rowan
      Original Broadcasts
         Original Opening
         Open & Shut Case
         Original Closing
         Original Credits
         Original Opening
         Original Closing
         Original Credits
         Original Opening
         Original Closing
         Original Credits
      Special Footage
         I Love Lucy
      Meet Special People
         Vivian Vance
         William Frawley
         Keith Thibodeaux
      Production Notes
Disc #4 -- I Love Lucy: The Final Seasons - 7,8, & 9: Milton Berle Hides Out at the Ricardos/The Ricardos Go to Japan/Lucy Meets the Moustache
   Milton Berle Hides Out at the Ricardos
      Song: "Them There Days"
      Play
      Credits
   The Ricardos Go to Japan
      Songs: "Cuban/Tokyo Pete"
      Songs: "Yozakura"
      Play
      Credits
   Lucy Meets the Moustache
      Song: "That's All"
      Play
      Credits
   Extra: On-Set Color Footage
   Play All
   Bonus
      Flubs
         Pearls
      Guest Cast
         Milton Berle Hides Out at the Ricardos
            Milton Berle: Himself
            Mr. Watson: Larry Keating
            Miss Trent: Elvia Allman
            Shorty: Sid Melton
            Tumbler #1: Frank Mitchell
            Tumbler #2: Walter Pietila
         The Ricardos Go to Japan
            Bob Cummings: Himself
            Mrs. McGillicuddy: Kathryn Card
            Mr. Osato: Teru Shimada
            Mama-San: May Lee
            Girl #1: Linda Wong
            Girl #2: Sondi Sodasi
         Lucy Meets the Moustache
            Ernie Kovacs: Himself
            Edie Adams: Herself
            Crandall: Paul Dubov
            Chauffeur: Norman Leavitt
            Hotel Clerk: Louis Nicoletti
            Bellboy: Dick Kallman
      Original Broadcasts
         Original Opening
         Clark Gable
         Original Closing
         Original Credits
         Original Opening
         Original Closing
         Original Credits
         Original Opening
         Original Closing
         Original Credits
      Special Footage
         Lucy in Connecticut
      Meet Special People
         Lucille Ball
         Desi Arnaz
      Production Notes
      Photo Gallery
      Clippings
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Lucy doesn't disappoint

    These episodes are the last thirteen featuring the cast of Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Vivian Vance, and William Frawley. The hour long shows feature big name stars as guests. It's great seeing Lucy interact with these famous personalities. Those who loved the original I LOVE LUCY should enjoy seeing these final episodes. Your I LOVE LUCY collection is not complete without including seasons 7,8&9.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Still the Best Sitcom

    The title of the show says it all! How could anyone not love Lucy? She was totally in a class all her own. I grew up watching her shows and have since passed on the love for true comedy talent to my own family. We have all said that regardless of how many times you may have watched any of the episodes, you will still laugh as though it was the very first time. As far as I am concerned even though there are some great shows on T.V., none have every come close to "I LOVE LUCY." She was the best and if you purchase this set, you will not be disappointed.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A missing moment mystery

    The reviewer below is correct...there are missing lines in the Tallulah episode, setting up a later joke about her allergy to strawberries. It is a shame that these few lines couldn't be reinstated. I amp sure it was an oversight, since these releases are top rate and well researched.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    FINALLY!!

    FInally next week this will be available. I hope it is consistant with the other seasons of I Love Lucy in that these are in COLOR as they were filmed and the first episode was originally 75 minutes long. Anyone who has read any of the books on Lucy or by Desi will know that Desi filmed these hour long "special" I Love Lucy shows in color because they were only on once a month. More guest stars, bigger budget, of course they HAD to be filmed in color. This was 1958!!But up to now all I've ever seen on tape were black and white releases. The first episode was originally 75 minutes long and aired as that and even cut into the show that was on next. Read Desi's book "A Book" to confirm this. Now all I am wishing for is the complete seasons of The Lucy Show, and Here's Lucy and life will be complete!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    EXCELLENT WITH A FEW FLAWS

    This last installment of shows featuring the I LOVE LUCY cast has a treasure trove of features, and some flashbacks to the half hour series. Most enjoyable is the color footage from Season One's AUDITION episode that was taken by an sudience member. What a great way to see the show as it was actually made. For the 13 hour shows, all are stunningly sharp in picture and sound. I'm extremely glad that the premiere Havana Cruise episode is restored to its complete presentation. If space allowed, even on another disc, I would have also included the full edited version that has been rerun since the intial broadcast as a contrast piece. Showing the difference between the two with just the Balcony scene doesn't cut it. I now have to keep my VHS version to have this shorter edition. I agree with other comments noted below about the Tallulah episode (the best of this series, comedy-wise). The set-up about the allergy to strawberries is a major flaw. With the 16mm extras footage, I'm not sure if this was an error, or what was available to work with. When you choose this scene, it starts at the tail end of the conversation about the allergy where Lucy says, "Oh, I'm so glad...uh, you know what I mean", with Tallulah responding "I know exactly what you mean", and it continues. It is true that when "We Love Lucy" (syndicated hour and half-hour versions of Lucy-Desi Hours issued in the 90s) broadcast in the episode and the 2-Hour compilation specials, a poorer quality section of this conversation was inserted, but did not continue to the full Mertz walkout in the kitchen, but to the edited version of that scene. Regardless, the allergy piece was still "in". I even remember watching a film rerun of this show 12/30/73 on NY's Channel 5, when they began to rerun monthly on weekends what was advertised as The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour. It was the first time I viewed it as The Lucille Ball - Desi Arnaz Show, with the animated "Ford" opening, only without the sponsor mention and voice-over (theme only). The titles also only had the flipped card announcing Viv and Bill, the little extra pull-down for Little Ricky, then would fade quick to a separate still while the theme faded stating "and Special Guest Star Tallulah Bankhead". I have an audio tape of this show as broadcast, as we weren't at the point of owning VCRs then. This edited film version featured the entire two kitchen scenes with the Mertzes, and the Strawberry allergy reference. Therefore, a film version may still exist in Viacom's archives somewhere. The closing credits were also the animated ones as you see here in the Bonus features, but no Roy Rowan voice over or guest cast references. It is also the full two chorus orchestral theme vs. the choppy ones on the L-D Hour closing credits on some of the shows. As a point of reference, when these film versions (prior to remastering to video, etc) were broadcast in the 70s on Channel 5, all but two used the "Ford" animated opening without sponsor mention and voice over, and the same animated closing credits with the full double-chorus theme, and referencing The Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Show. When the Paul Douglas and Ida Lupino episodes were broadcast, they were in the Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour versions you see here, with maybe a different tweak here and there for commercials, but mostly what you see here. This confirmed I wasn't crazy, and remembered these openings from summer reruns on CBS in the 60s. The animated "Ford" openings were new to me at the time. The menus are adorable, but I wouldn't have used any incidental music from the half hour series, even if this is advertised as an I Love Lucy box. I would have extracted some incidental music from the hour shows to add when you switch between the menus. Glad the 1957-60 instumental opening theme is used at main menu start, even if edited. I am also happy that the completed Westinghouse Promotion Video

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I LOVE Lucy

    The timeless comedy of Lucille Ball is incomparable! These HOUR long episodes (formerly noted as the "Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour") are my absolute favorites from the dizzy red head! The episodes in this collection are packed with famous stars from years gone by and win my heart over and over again. I am sure they will yours as well!

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    Posted June 21, 2011

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    Posted February 20, 2010

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