Fathom Events and CBS will present 5 uncut, full-length colorized episodes on Lucille Ball’s Birthday, August 6, plus REDHEAD TALES – a newly produced and never-before-seen featurette on the colorization of I Love Lucy, and an exclusive mini poster!
Lucy Does a TV Commercial: In this classic “I Love Lucy” episode, Lucy has angled her way onto Ricky’s special as the show’s pitch girl. Includes Newly Colorized Footage!
Job Switching: After Ricky and Fred get upset about the girls’ spending, Lucy and Ethel go to work in a candy factory while the boys do the housework.
L.A. at Last!: When the Ricardos and the Mertzes arrive in Hollywood, Lucy goes to the Brown Derby restaurant where her sighting of William Holden turns catastrophic.
The Million Dollar Idea: Lucy and Ethel go into business making salad dressing based on Lucy’s Aunt Martha’s recipe. Includes Newly Colorized Footage!
Pioneer Women: The girls revolt over housework and want modern conveniences. The boys bet that they can survive longer than the girls without using anything invented after 1900, including electricity. Includes Newly Colorized Footage!
The Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency’s core mission is to generate revenue to support good causes in Maryland, including education, public health, public safety and the environment. Since its inception in 1973, the agency has contributed more than $16 billion in revenue to the State, and Lottery players have won more than $25.6 billion in prizes.
And now- I Love Lucy tickets are on sale since March 25th. Yaaaaaay! Everyone knows I love Lucy, so to be told these are available hit me hard. I went to a 7-11 in my neighborhood and purchased two of each of the three designs on Lucy to keep for posterity. UNSCRATCHED!! I know- Is that stupid or what? I will purchase others to scratch, just because they are right here in my state. I own lottery tickets from lots of other states, UNSCRATCHED. Doesn’t bother me. I will keep some unscratched and get a bunch more to scratch. Who knows? I might be a winner.
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Performing in and around the New York, New Jersey and Baltimore areas in my one-man show, "Loving Lucy: A Tribute To Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz & I Love Lucy". I became a major Lucille Ball collector when I moved to New York in 1983 and have since become recognized by many as having one of the largest "Lucy" collections around. Some of you may remember me from A & E's Biography when they did their tribute to Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz. Many stills and photos of mine are in that tribute as well as a few segments of my interview. That biography only aired once, Thanksgiving night, 1994. Click HERE to watch video and listen to audio of my recordings of popular songs.