I Love Lucy - The Complete Sixth Season

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Several changes occurred in the I Love Lucy format during the series sixth and final season on the air. For one thing, little Richard Keith, a talented six-year-old drummer, was cast in the role of Little Ricky, the son of Cuban bandleader Ricky Ricardo Desi Arnaz and his wacky wife Lucy Lucille Ball the character had previously been played by uncredited infants. For another, Ricky had quit his job at New York's Tropicana Club and opened his own nitery, the Club Babalu. With more money coming into the Ricardo ...
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Several changes occurred in the I Love Lucy format during the series sixth and final season on the air. For one thing, little Richard Keith, a talented six-year-old drummer, was cast in the role of Little Ricky, the son of Cuban bandleader Ricky Ricardo Desi Arnaz and his wacky wife Lucy Lucille Ball the character had previously been played by uncredited infants. For another, Ricky had quit his job at New York's Tropicana Club and opened his own nitery, the Club Babalu. With more money coming into the Ricardo household, Lucy and Ricky decide to leave New York City and move into an attractively appointed ranch house in suburban Connecticut. Not surprisingly, the Ricardos' longtime friends Fred and Ethel Mertz William Frawley and Vivian Vance likewise make the big move to the 'burbs. The change of locale also permits the introduction of two new characters, the Ricardos' next-door neighbors Ralph and Betty Ramsey Frank Nelson, Mary Jane Croft. Despite the scenery shifting, I Love Lucy still delivers laughs in its classic, time-tested manner with Lucy hatching zany schemes and getting her family and friends knotted up in a variety of ridiculous situations. One episode, "Lucy Raises Chickens," features the longest sustained audience laughter in the series' history -- proof positive that the bloom was definitely not off the rose for this venerable property. Other highlights of I Love Lucy's final season at least in its half-hour format include guest appearances by Bob Hope, Orson Welles, and George Reeves in his familiar guise as "Superman"; a Christmas episode comprised of clips from earlier seasons, which for many years was removed from the series' syndication package and did not resurface publicly until 1989; and the last I Love Lucy installment, "The Ricardos Dedicate a Statue," in which Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz' real-life son Desi Arnaz Jr. makes his TV acting debut.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; 1956 Christmas Show ; Flubs ; Lost Scenes ; Restored Music ; Audio Commentaries by Keith Thibodeaux ("Little Ricky"), Barbara Eden, Doris Singelton ("Caroline Appleby"), and writers Madelyn Pugn Davis and Bob Schiller ; "Bob Hope Chevy Show Sketch Highlights" ; Original Series Openings ; Original Animation ; Original Cast Commercials ; Promotional Spot ; Guest Cast Information Colorized Christmas Show Scenes ; Five Episodes of Lucy's Radio Show: My Favorite Husband
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
There are plenty of reasons to still love Lucy in its sixth and final season. She's still desperate to get into show business and still wreaking havoc around such luminaries as Bob Hope and Orson Welles. She still has some splainin' to do, such as how she got a loving cup stuck on her head "Lucy and the Loving Cup", what she's doing out on the apartment building ledge in the pouring rain dressed in a Superman costume "Lucy and Superman", or why she stuffed her shirt with eggs "Lucy Does the Tango". Although this seminal series -- ranked by TV Guide as the second-best TV show of all time -- seeks no closure in its final run, there are fond references throughout to Lucy and Ricky's years together. When TV superhero George Reeves learns that Ricky Desi Arnaz has been married to Lucy Lucille Ball for 15 years, he exclaims, "And they call me Superman!" Amongst this set's 27 episodes is a real gift for Lucy fans, the rarely broadcast Christmas episode in which the Ricardos and the Mertzes Vivian Vance and William Frawley reminisce while trimming the tree. Once again, the series gets a lot of mileage out of taking the quartet out of New York. In "The Ricardos Visit Cuba," Lucy meets Ricky's family for the first time, with predictably disastrous results among other indignities, she unwittingly insults a favorite uncle with her rudimentary Spanish. But Lucy arguably jumped the Babalu by relocating the family to a Connecticut farmhouse. We want to see Lucy scheme to get into her husband's nightclub act, not raise chickens. However, the move does hatch some good episodes, including "Country Club Dance," featuring an absolutely luscious Barbara Eden as a flirtatious babe who attracts too much attention from Ricky, Fred, and new neighbor Ralph Ramsey Jack Benny Show regular Frank Nelson. A wealth of bonus features, including episode-specific audio commentaries by, among others, Eden and Keith Thiboddeaux Little Ricky, as well as such archival goodies as original animated episode openings and commercial bumpers, will make this four-disc set a ball for Lucy fans.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/2/2006
  • UPC: 097368809222
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  • Source: Paramount
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 11:53:00
  • Format: DVD

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- I Love Lucy: The Complete Sixth Season
1. Swiping Apples
3. Kill the Umpire
4. Getting Ready
5. "Red Hot" Lucy
6. Quick-Frozen Beret
7. Ballplayers Don't Cry
8. Club Babalu
1. Our Son's Future
3. Special Delivery
4. Young Dr. Ricardo
5. The Beat Goes On...
6. ...And On
7. The Big Fight
8. No Utilities
9. Friends Forever
1. Baby, It's Cold Outside
3. Meeting at Macy's
4. Calling Miss Hanna
5. Doing Shakespeare
6. Dressing Room Blues
7. An Evening of Magic
1. Who's Nervous
3. School Recital
4. Lucy on Drums
5. Getting Him to Play
6. A Father-Son Chat
7. Backstage at Babalu
8. Little Ricky on Stage
1. Who Is Mario?
3. He's a Fired!
4. Immigration Problem
5. Mario's Day Off
6. Lucy Twirls a Pizza
7. Ricky Finds Out
8. Burning Situation
9. Another Big Mistake
1. New Clothes for the Trip
3. Don't Get Panicky, Ethel!
4. I Love Buttered Grass!
5. Overnight Stop
6. Flat Tire
7. Hatchet!
8. On the Road Again
9. Roadside Diner
10. Moulting in Miami
1. What Lousy Luck
3. Lucy's Fishy Idea
4. Hiding the Fish
5. Hiding Another Fish
6. Moving the Evidence
7. Caught Red-Handed
8. Winning the Bet
Disc #2 -- I Love Lucy: The Complete Sixth Season
1. The New Lucy
3. A Gas of a Plan
4. Afternoon Cruise
5. We're Out of Gas
6. Desert Island
7. Giant Native
8. All's Well!
1. Havana Bound
3. Family Reunion
4. Lucy's Tale of Woe
5. At the Cigar Store
6. Casino Parisien
1. A Cuban Dr. Spock
3. A Stale Little Part
4. Anyone for Bridge?
5. Plans for the Pageant
6. A Note From the Teacher
7. Rehearsing Before Bed
8. The Enchanted Forest
1. Deck the Halls
3. Lucy's Big News
4. The Tuneless Wonder
5. Barbershop Quartet
6. Christmas Lights
7. Honey, This Is It
8. Five Santas
1. Lucy's New Outfit
3. Lucy's Special Hat
4. On the Subway
5. Flatbush Avenue
6. That's My Wife
1. Little Ricky's Favorite
3. The Bore War
4. Party Plans
5. Superman or Supermud?
6. Party Games
7. Out on the Ledge
8. Ricky's Big Surprise
9. A Bird, a Plane, Lucy!
10. Superman to the Rescue
Disc #3 -- I Love Lucy: The Complete Sixth Season
1. Home-Grown Breakfast
3. Crowded City Life
4. Getting Out of the Deal
5. Lucy, the Gun Moll
1. Heebie-Jeebies
3. Who's Worried Now?
4. Fred Shows the Apartment
5. Packing to Leave
6. Sentimental Parting
7. "Will Call" Department
8. Boxes Galore
1. Mi Casa Es Su Casa
3. Our First Real Home
4. A Good Night's Sleep
5. Unpacking
6. Ethel's Great Idea
7. All Alone in the Country
8. At the Station
9. Burglars!
1. Instant Chummy
3. Furniture Mart
4. A Call for Help
5. Ricky Raves
6. At the Ramsey's
7. Friends and Neighbors
1. Bills! Billls! Bills!
3. Help Wanted
4. Partners
5. 500 Baby Chicks
6. Rounding Up the Brood
7. 67 Still at Large
1. Look Sultry!
3. Hens Not Laying
4. Five Dozen Eggs
5. Lucy's Big Break
6. Little Ricky's Plan
7. Who's a Chicken Thief
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Menu

Disc #1 -- I Love Lucy: The Complete Sixth Season
   Play All
   "Lucy and Bob Hope"
      Scenes
      Songs
         "Nobody Loves the Ump"
         "Thanks for the Memories"
      Play
      Credits
   "Little Ricky Learns to Play the Drums"
      Scenes
      Play
      Credits
   "Lucy Meets Orson Welles"
      Scenes
      Soliloquy
         "Romeo and Juliet"
      Play
      Credits
   "Little Ricky Gets Stage Fright"
      Scenes
      Songs
         "Five Foot Two"
      Play
      Credits
   "Visitor From Italy"
      Scenes
      Play
      Credits
   "Off to Florida"
      Scenes
      Play
      Credits
   "Deep-Sea Fishing"
      Scenes
      Play
      Credits
   Bonus
      Flubs
         Temporary Tiles
         Little Boy Lost
      Guest Cast
         "Lucy and Bob Hope"
            Bob Hope - Himself
            Lou Krugman - Paul Collins
            Peter Leeds - Usher
            Ralph Sanford - Guard
            Bennett Green - Hot Dog Vendor
            Additional Cast Members
               David Saber - Teenager
               Henry Kulky - Trainer
               Dick Elliott - Male Spectator
               Maxine Semon - Female Spectator
         "Little Ricky Learns to Play the Drums"
            Elizabeth Patterson - Mrs. Trumbull
         "Lucy Meets Orson Welles"
            Orson Welles - Himself
            Ellen Corby - Miss Hanna
            Lou Krugman - Paul Collins
            Ray Kellogg - Clerk
            Jack Rice - Floorwalker
            Additional Cast Members
               Fred Aldrich - Store Customer
               Hazel Pierce - Store Customer
               Bennett Green - Store Customer
         "Little Ricky Gets Stage Fright"
            Howard McNear - Mr. Crawford
            Marjorie Bennett - Mrs. Van Fossen
         "Visitor From Italy"
            Jay Novello - Mario
            Peter Brocco - Dominic Orsatti
            Eduardo Ciannelli - Mr. Martinelli
            Louis A. Nicoletti - Waiter
            James Flavin - Immigration Officer
            Aldo Formica - Pizza Chef
         "Off to Florida"
            Elsa Lanchester - Edna Grundy
            Strother Martin - Man in Coffee Shop
            Roy Rowan - Voice on Radio
         "Deep-Sea Fishing"
            James Hayward - Boat Captain
            Billy McLean - Bellboy
      Special Footage
         Lost 1951 Promo
         Restored Closing
         Sponsor Plug
         'I Love Lucy'
      The Chevy Show
         Play
      Original Openings
         "Sanka Sleepwalker"
         "Lilt Mirror"
         "Lilt Tree"
      Meet Keith Thibedeaux
      Lucy on the Road
         Play
      Production Notes
   Setup
      Spoken Languages
         English
         Spanish
      Subtitles
         Spanish
         None
      Openings
         Normal
         Vintage
Disc #2 -- I Love Lucy: The Complete Sixth Season
   Play All
   "Desert Island"
      Scenes
      Play
      Credits
   "The Ricardos Visit Cuba"
      Scenes
      Songs
         "Wherever I Am, I'm Home"
         "Babalu"
      Play
      Credits
   "Little Ricky's School Pageant"
      Scenes
      Songs
         "The Witch Has Changed"
      Play
      Credits
   "Christmas Show"
      Scenes
      Songs
         "Rock-a-Bye Baby"
         "We're Having a Baby"
         "Jingle Bells"
         "Sweet Adeline"
      Play
      Credits
   "Lucy and the Loving Cup"
      Scenes
      Play
      Credits
   "Lucy and Superman"
      Scenes
      Play
      Credits
   Bonus
      Flubs
         Cuban Hat Trick
         The Magic Door
         Born When?
      Guest Cast
         "Desert Island"
            Claude Akins - Himself
            Jill Jarmyn - Herself
            Joi Lansing - Herself
         "The Ricardos Visit Cuba"
            George Trevino - Uncle Alberto
            Nacho Galindo - Cigar Store Owner
            Mary Emery - Ricky's Mother
            Barbara Logan - Stewardess
            Eddie LeBaron - Nightclub Emcee
         "Little Ricky's School Pageant"
            Candy Rogers - Suzy
         "Christmas Show"
            Cameron Grant - Santa Claus
         "Lucy and the Loving Cup"
            Johnny Longden - Himself
            Hazel Longen - Herself
            Robert Foulk - Policeman
            Jesslyn Fax - Woman in Brooklyn
            Lester Dorr - 1st Man on Train
            Additional Cast Members
               Byron Kane - 2nd Man on Train
               Phil Tead - Man on Platform
               Florence Anne Shaen - 1st Woman on Platform
               Sandra Gould - 2nd Woman on Platform
               William L. Erwin - Bum
         "Lucy and Superman"
            George Reeves - Superman
            Doris Singleton - Caroline Appleby
            O' Hanlon, George - Charlie Appleby
            Steve Kay - Stevie Appleby
            Additional Cast Members
               Madge Blake - Martha
               Ralph Dumke - Her Husband
               Ray Rowan - Voice on TV
      Special Footage
         1st Restored Closing
         2nd Restored Closing
         Sanka Commercial
         Restored Reeves Credit
         'I Love Lucy'
      Original Openings
         "Sanka Sleepwalker"
         Lilt Tree
      Audio Commentary
      Lucy on the Radio
         Play
      Production Notes
      Lucy in Color
         Play
   Setup
      Spoken Languages
         English
         Spanish
      Subtitles
         Spanish
         None
      Openings
         Normal
         Vintage
Disc #3 -- I Love Lucy: The Complete Sixth Season
   Play All
   "Little Ricky Gets a Dog"
      Scenes
         Lucy's Pet Shop
         Puppy Love
         A Dog Named Fred
         Fred's Night to Howl
         Bright and Early
         Canine Hat Dance
      Play
      Credits
   "Lucy Wants to Move to the Country"
      Scenes
      Play
      Credits
   "Lucy Hates to Leave"
      Scenes
      Play
      Credits
   "Lucy Misses the Mertzes"
      Scenes
      Play
      Credits
   "Lucy Gets Chummy With the Neigbors"
      Scenes
      Play
      Credits
   "Lucy Raises Chickens"
      Scenes
      Play
      Credits
   "Lucy Does the Tango"
      Scenes
      Songs
         "La Cumparsita"
         "La Cumparsita" (With Eggs)
      Play
      Credits
   Bonus
      Flubs
         The Leaning Lamp
         Answering Serivce
         A Silent Butler?
      Guest Cast
         "Little Ricky Gets a Dog"
            John Emery - Mr. Stewart
            June Foray - Voice of Dog
         "Lucy Wants to Move to the Country"
            Eleanor Audley - Eleanor Spaulding
            Frank Wilcox - Joe Spaulding
         "Lucy Hates to Leave"
            Mary Ellen Kaye - Mrs. Taylor
            Gene Reynolds - Mr. Taylor
         "Lucy Misses the Mertzes"
            Iris Coffin - Harry Munson
            Bob Bice - Moving Man
            Gary Gray - Delivery Man
            Jess Kirkpatrick - Station Clerk
         "Lucy Gets Chummy With the Neighbors|}|
            Mary Jane Croft - Betty Ramsey
            Frank Nelson - Ralph Ramsey
            Parley Baer - Mr. Perry
            Ray Ferrell - Bruce Ramsey
         "Lucy Raises Chickens"
            Mary Jane Croft - Betty Ramsey
            Mary Alan Hokenson - Woman From Magazine
            Tyler McVey - Man From Magazine
         "Lucy Does the Tango"
            Ray Ferrell - Bruce Ramsey
      Special Footage
         Restored Transition
         Sahka Commercial
         Ford Commercial
         Sponsor Plug
      Original Openings
         "Sanka Sleepwalker"
         "Lilt Tree"
         "Ford Intro"
      Audio Commentary
      Lucy on the Radio
         Play
      Production Notes
   Setup
      Spoken Languages
         English
         Spanish
      Subtitles
         Spanish
         None
      Openings
         Normal
         Vintage
Disc #4 -- I Love Lucy: The Complete Sixth Season
   Play All
   "Ragtime Band"
      Scenes
         Lucy's Dilemma
         A Little Soft Soap
         The "New" Sound
         Enlisting Ricky's Help
         Another Rehearsal
         Historical Society Show
      Songs
         "Sweet Sue (Just You)"
         "Man Smart, Woman Smarter"
      Play
      Credits
   "Lucy's Night in Town"
      Scenes
         Theatre Plans
         Lucy Goofs Again!
         Two for Four
         The Most Happy Fella
         Second Act Blues
         Purse Snatchers
      Songs
         "Standing on the Corner"
         "Don't Cry"
         "Big D"
      Play
      Credits
   "Housewarming"
      Scenes
         A New Intercom
         Ladies at Lunch
         No Friend of Mine
         Don't Tell Lucy
         All Dressed Up
         Home Again
         Slumber Party
      Commercial
         "Squeeze-Comb" Lilt
      Play
      Credits
   "Building a Bar-B-Q"
      Scenes
         Ricky's Vacation
         Cuban Hibitzer
         The Best Laid Plans
         A Job Well Done
         My Ring Is Missing!
         Feeling Wet Cement
         Hurricane Lucy
         A Jewel of a Burger
      Play
      Credits
   "Country Club Dance"
      Scenes
         An Evening at the Club
         Who Wants to Dance?
         The Morning After
         Glamorous, But Yes!
         Lucy Is Suspicious!
         Waiting at Home
         Tired Feet
      Dance Music
         "Liberstraum"
         "Querida Mia"
         "Hold Me Close"
      Play
      Credits
   "Lucy Raises Tulips"
      Scenes
          A Friendly Rivalry
         Reluctant Grasscutters
         Taking Turns
         Lucy Runs Amuck
         Lucy's Big Adventure
         Ricky Mows Again
         Here Comes the Judges
      Commercial
         "Squeeze-Comb" Lilt
      Play
      Credits
   "The Ricardos Dedicate a Statue"
      Scenes
         Early American Snickers
         Dog Tricks
         Fred Runs Away
         The Unveiling
      Play
      Credits
   Bonus
      Flubs
         Read My Lips
         Musical Chairs
      Guest Cast
         "Lucy's Night in Town"
            Theatre Manager - Joseph Kearns
            Woman With Purse - Gladys Hurlbut
            Woman in Box - Doris Packer
            Man in Box - John Eldredge
            Usherette - Jody Warner
            Additional Cast Members
               Waiter - Louis A. Nicoletti
               Man in Upper Box - Paul Power
         "Housewarming"
            Betty Ramsey - Mary Jane Croft
            Bruce Ramsey - Ray Ferrell
         "Country Club Dance"
            Ralph Ramsey - Frank Nelson
            Betty Ramsey - Mary Jane Croft
            Diana Jordan - Barbara Eden
            Harry Munson - Iris Coffin
            Grace Munson - Ruth Brady
         "Lucy Raises Tulips"
            Betty Ramsey - Mary Jane Croft
            Female Judge - Eleanor Audley
            Male Judge - Peter Brocco
      Special Footage
         Lost Scene #1
         Lost Scene #2
         Lilt Commercial
         'I Love Lucy'
      Original Openings
         "Ford"
         "Lilt Tree"
         "Sanka Sleepwalker"
         "Squeeze-Comb Lilt"
      Audio Commentary
      Lucy on the Radio
         "Liz and the General"
         "Young Matrons League Tryouts"
         Behind the Scenes
      Production Notes
      Slide Show
   Setup
      Spoken Languages
         English
         Spanish
      Subtitles
         Spanish
         None
      Openings
         Normal
         Vintage
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