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Mar.10.2014
I LOVE LUCY LIVE ON STAGE is the new hit stage production adapted from the most beloved program in television history. America’s favorite foursome – Lucy, Ricky, Fred, and Ethel – is live on stage and in color. The Segerstrom Hall in Orange County, CA is the latest locale for this...
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Mar.08.2014
The actress best known as one of the many who played Alice Kramden on a later incarnation of The Honeymooners has died. Sheila MacRae also appeared in such films as Pretty Baby, Caged, and Sex and the Single Girl. She was born in London, but evacuated to Long Island, New York in 1939,...
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Mar.08.2013
Our Indiegogo Crowd Funding campaign to raise money on our Forgotten Hollywood Documentary Project will officially end on May 18th at Westminster Lanes. The bowling facility has graciously donated their location to allow folks to come in to bowl for prizes and cash. Here are the details: The...
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Jan.22.2013
As President Obama was sworn in for his Second Term as Commander-In-Chief, Gary Lycan, the radio columnist of the Orange County Register, made me aware of an amusing historical connection with Hollywood. This had to do with a comparison made with the Inauguration of Dwight D. Eisenhower. On...
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Jul.17.2012
A pioneer of early television has died. William Asher directed and wrote teleplays for some of the most popular small screen sitcoms in history. He also furthered the concept of the Beach Movie. He won an Emmy, and received a Directors Guild Award (DGA) nomination for his fine work. Asher was...
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Jun.30.2012
Two actors who appeared in iconic television programs have died. ~ Doris Singleton was part of Lucille Ball’s stable of character actors she employed at Desilu. Doris is best remembered for playing Carolyn Appleby (among other comedic foils for the legendary red-head) on I Love Lucy. She...
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Aug.06.2011
I love Lucy; you love Lucy; we all love Lucy! The television icon would have been 100 years old today. It’s easy to remember Lucille Ball’s work on the small screen. Her company Desilu had programs that remain vital today for the home viewing audience. However, lets take a moment to remember her ...
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Apr.22.2011
One of the talented co-writers of the iconic I Love Lucy has died. Madelyn Pugh was part of Lucille Ball’s creative team throughout her radio and television career. Together with her partner, Bob Carroll, Jr., they spent 50 years collaborating on shows including My Favorite Husband, The Lucy-Desi...
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Jul.17.2009
Who's the better decider now, sucka? When I heard Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn tell Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor, "You'll have a lot of splainin' to do," if she went home, got a gun and shot him, my first sensation was the warm wash of memory watching "I Love Lucy"...