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Technicolor Tessie: 30 Wonderful Color Portrait Photos of Lucille Ball in the 1960s ~ vintage everyday

Back in the day, according to LIFE magazine, cameramen and technicians both referred to our lovely Lucy as “Technicolor Tessie” because she was so colorful and looked so beautiful on film.

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A Fan Smuggled In A Colour Video Camera Into "I Love Lucy" Set In 1951. Here Are The Results. - That Eric Alpe

This short 8mm Color film Footage was filmed by an audience member of “I Love Lucy”, on the evening of October 12, 1951, at Sound Stage #2 of Desilu Studios, Hollywood, California. The episode that night was 6th show of the first season, “The Auditi

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‘I Love Lucy’ First Look: Lucy Is Pretty (Wobbly) in Pink in New Colorized Ep [Video]

If there’s ever a TV character who could learn from the maxim “Be careful what you wish for,” it’s Lucy Ricardo. CBS is once again celebrating the holidays with an I Love Lucy primetime special, and this year, fans will get their first look at the

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Cate Blanchett to Star in Lucille Ball Biopic From Aaron Sorkin

Cate Blanchett will star as the iconic Lucille Ball in a biopic that's being produced by her two children -- Lucy Arnaz and Desi Arnaz Jr.

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“I Love Lucy” was Sunday Night’s Number 1 Scripted Show, Nearly Twice as Many Viewers as “Mad Men” Finale

Sunday night: Two reruns of "I Love Lucy" from the 1950s, colorized (objectionable, but ok whatever) scored the highest total viewers of all scripted shows that night. "Lucy" had 6.4 million total ...

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CBS Brings Back Classic ‘I Love Lucy’ Episodes for One-Hour Special | Variety

In an effort to draw in viewers hankering for nostalgia, CBS will broadcast two colorized versions of “I Love Lucy” starting at 8 p.m. on May 17. The one-hour special of the classic sitcom, which starred Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz as Lucy and Rick Ricardo, features episodes “L.A. at Last!” and “Lucy and Superman.”

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Why Did Old Phone Numbers Start With Letters? | Mental Floss

On I Love Lucy, whenever Lucy or Ricky Ricardo gave out their phone number, they'd say it as, "Murray Hill 5-9975." Even though that may look and sound like gibberish to modern phone-users, it was perfectly normal at the time. Lucy, you got some 'splaining to do.

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5 Timeless Life Lessons From 'I Love Lucy'

Lucille Ball was born on this day in 1911, and though we lost her long ago, her legacy as America's favorite redhead lives on through the timeless classic, "I Love Lucy." People of all generations still enjoy Lucy's antics as much as they d...