Over 10 Hours of Movies, TV Shows, Documentaries and Commercials!
In the hearts of millions of television viewers of the last 60 years, there is, and always be, only one Lucy. Lucille Ball is a TV icon like no other. Voted by TV Guide as The Greatest TV Star Of All Time, her legacy on the small screen is unparalleled; a show business powerhouse and television pioneer.
This unique Hollywood Profiles collection features highlights from Lucy’s incredible film and television career! Including 4 hilarious feature films, 10 outrageous television episodes, 2 insightful documentaries and a handful of vintage TV commercials, this is the ultimate tribute to America’s favorite redhead!
Her Husband's Affairs (1947) Not Rated B&W Lucille Ball, Franchot Tone
Unable to keep her nose out of his affairs, Margaret Weldon is always trying to help her ad-man husband, Bill. Inspired by previous success, the meddling Margaret dives in to help when an eccentric crackpot inventor seeks Bill's help in promoting a miracle embalming fluid. But when the invention actually turns out to be a hair remover, the ensuing chaos leaves Margaret and Bill scrambling.
Miss Grant Takes Richmond (1949) Not Rated B&W Lucille Ball, William Holden
Dick Richmond is a sharp bookmaker whose unproductive real estate office is a cover for his gambling operation. Unaware of his real line of work, eager but incompetent Ellen Grant signs on as Dick's secretary and presses him into a building project to ease the post-war housing shortage. Dick siphons the cash from unsuspecting homebuyers to pay his debts to a big-time syndicate, leaving his ditzy secretary charged with embezzlement. Now, Dick must choose between the easy, grifting lifestyle or saving his secretary's hide!
The Fuller Brush Girl (1950) Not Rated B&W Lucille Ball, Eddie Albert
Faced with the reality that their dream home is just out of reach, young lovers Humphrey and Sally Elliot decide that her opportunity lies in door-to-door cosmetics sales. But when the bumbling Sally stumbles upon a murder in progress, she becomes the number one suspect. In fleeing the police, Sally and Humphrey attempt to track down the real killers and find themselves in one comic mix-up after another.
The Magic Carpet (1951) Not Rated Color Lucille Ball, John Agar
In the post-war years, Arabian fantasies were incredibly popular: Here, cast as a villainess, Lucille Ball is Narah, the daughter of Ali, pretender to the throne and royal assassin. The true heir, played by John Agar, smuggled away on a magic carpet when just a baby, grows up under an assumed name until he is old enough to claim his place alongside his beautiful love, Lida.
Lucy with George Burns – Starring Lucille Ball, Gale Gordon, George Burns
(9/12/1966) Color Not Rated
While visiting the bank, George Burns offers Lucy a job as his new stand-up partner and an opportunity to play a gig in Las Vegas.
Lucy Gets a Roommate – Starring Lucille Ball, Gale Gordon, Carol Burnett
(10/31/1966) Color Not Rated
Lucy’s new roommate, a shy librarian, shows a completely different side of herself at a party Lucy and Mary Jane throw for her.
Lucy and Carol in Palm Springs – Starring Lucille Ball, Gale Gordon, Carol Burnett
(11/7/1966) Color Not Rated
Skipping work to go to Palm Springs for a golf tournament, Lucy finds out her dinner date’s golf partner for the tournament is her boss, Mr. Mooney.
Lucy Get Caught Up in the Draft – Starring Lucille Ball, Gale Gordon, Jim Nabors
(11/14/1966) Color Not Rated
Mistakenly drafted by the Marines, Lucy is shipped off to basic training until the paperwork can be straightened out.
Lucy and John Wayne – Starring Lucille Ball, Gale Gordon, John Wayne
(11/21/1966) Color Not Rated
Sent to get a signature for the bank from Mr. Mooney, Lucy arrives at the movie studio and causes all sorts of trouble on and off the set for John Wayne.