Lucille Ball

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Lucille Ball Wiki Biography

Lucille Ball, whose full name is Lucille Desiree Ball, was born in 1911, in California. Lucille was a well known actress, model and comedian, perhaps best known for for her roles in such shows as “Life with Lucy”, “The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour”, “Here’s Lucy”, “I Love Lucy” and others. Unfortunately, Ball died in 1989 at age 77. During her career Lucille won an Emmy Award, Film Crystal Award, Golden Globe Cecil B. DeMille Award and many others. It is really sad that the movie industry lost this incredibly talented actress. What is more, Ball also had her own television studio, called “Desilu”. Another proof that Lucille Ball was acclaimed and one of the most successful actresses is the fact that she even received the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Nowadays Lucille is still remembered, and is considered to be one of the all-time bests.

So how rich was Lucille Ball? Sources now estimate that Ball’s net worth was $40 million. The main source of this sum money was her career as an actress and her roles in different successful shows and movies. As Lucille Ball was a very successful actress, there is no surprise that she earned a lot during her career.

When Lucille was a teenager she started showing an interest in acting and went to study at the John Murray Anderson School for the Dramatic Arts. Although her experience was not that great, she was able to find work as a model. This was also the time when Ball’s net worth began growing. Soon Lucille started appearing in different television shows and movies. Some of them include “Room Service”, “Three Little Pigskins”, “Roman Scandals”, “Top Hat”, “Follow the Fleet” and others. These appearances, of course, added a lot to Lucille Ball’s net worth. In 1938 Lucille became a part of the show called “The Wonder Show”. This also added to Ball’s net worth. In 1948 Lucille began working on the show called “I Love Lucy”. This show soon became very popular among the viewers. In addition to the success of “I Love Lucy”, Ball’s television show also produced many successful shows such as “Star Trek”, “The Untouchables”, “Mission: Impossible”. It is clear that these productions made Lucille Ball’s net worth grow. Later Ball continued working on many popular shows until she died in 1989.

While talking about Ball’s personal life, it can be said that she was married twice. Her first marriage was with Desi Arnaz, but they divorced in 1960. After a year Lucille married Gary Morton. Ball had two children.

Finally, it can be said that Lucille Ball was one of the most successful and famous actresses in the industry, and is still remembered now as one of the best actresses. Contemporary actors admire her work and are also influenced by it. It is good that the memory of Lucille Ball will remain for a long time.

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Lucille Ball Quick Info

Full NameLucille Ball
Net Worth$40 Million
Date Of BirthAugust 6, 1911, Jamestown, New York, United States)
DiedApril 26, 1989, Beverly Hills, California, United States
Place Of BirthCeloron
Height5 ft 7 in (1.71 m)
ProfessionComedian, Model, Actor, Television producer, Singer
NationalityUnited States of America
SpouseGary Morton (m. 1961–1989), Desi Arnaz (m. 1940–1960)
ChildrenDesi Arnaz, Jr., Lucie Arnaz
ParentsHenry Durrell Ball, Desiree Evelyn Hunt
SiblingsFred Ball
NicknamesLucille Désirée Ball , Diane Belmont , Technicolor Tessie , The First Lady of Television , Lucy , The Queen of Comedy , Lucille Ball Morton , Queen of the B movies , Lucille Desiree Ball , Lucy Ricardo
IMDBhttp://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000840
AwardsKennedy Center Honors, Presidential Medal of Freedom, Golden Globe Cecil B. DeMille Award, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, TV Land Legacy of Laughter Award, TCA Career Achievement Award, Primetime Emmy Award for Best Actress – Continuing Performance, Golden Glob…
NominationsGolden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy, Golden Globe Award for Best TV Star – Female, Pr…
MoviesThe Long, Long Trailer, Yours, Mine and Ours, Mame, Stage Door, The Big Street, Du Barry Was a Lady, Stone Pillow, The Dark Corner, I Love Lucy, Too Many Girls, Forever, Darling, Dance, Girl, Dance, Lured, Best Foot Forward, Fancy Pants, Follow the Fleet, Miss Grant Takes Richmond, The Fuller Brush …
TV ShowsLife with Lucy, Here’s Lucy, The Lucy Show, What’s My Line?, The Lucy–Desi Comedy Hour, I Love Lucy, The Dick Cavett Show

Lucille Ball Trademarks

  1. Her trademark ‘spider face’ when something goes wrong for her, accompanied by an “eugh” sound.
  2. Husky voice
  3. Famous for her fake wailing when something bad happens to her
  4. Red hair and blue eyes

Lucille Ball Quotes

  • [on Desi Arnaz] He did make me happy, and I really want people to know that.
  • I’m not sure that I want to be without some lack of confidence. If you are too sure of yourself, you don’t grow. You may feel confident in some things, but other fields come up as a challenge. And if you don’t anticipate trouble, you will be in trouble.
  • [on Desi Arnaz] Life with Desi is crazy and exciting, but our love is deep and changeless.
  • I knew there was nobody in the world for me but Desi. We may have our ups and downs just as many people have. I would rather quarrel and make up with him more than anyone else in the world.
  • If you don’t believe he’s a great producer, I got two little Arnaz’s at home to prove it.
  • I hate failure. And that divorce was the number one failure in my eyes. Desi and I have never been the same since.
  • It’s so hard to believe he is gone. I’m the only one left now. I remember the very last time I spoke with him. It was November 30th, our anniversary and he was in Del Mar with Lucie. He was very weak. Lucie held the phone up to his ear, and we said I love you over and over again to each other. On December 2nd, 1986 I was in the car coming home from taping an episode of Password when I heard Desi died. I could not stop crying. I felt lost, and like my own life had come to some kind of end. Lucie arranged the funeral and Danny Thomas gave the eulogy. It was funny and touching, but so very hard for me to sit through. With Desi’s passing I lost my youth, my great success and the only man I ever wanted to be father of my children. Besides Dede, Fred & Cleo, he was the one person who had been in my life the longest and made the greatest impact. I didn’t want to even consider what my life would’ve been without him.
  • Yet I sensed in Desi a great need. Beneath the dazzling charm was a homeless boy who had no one to care for him, worry about him, love him. And I wanted him and only him as the father of my children.
  • In many ways, marrying Desi was one of the boldest things I ever did. I had always gone with older men. I had also achieved some kind of stability in Hollywood, and Desi with his beautiful girls and good times seemed headed in another direction.
  • [on Hollywood] When they say no, you hear yes. Someone says we can’t do this movie, hug them and say thank you for believing in me.
  • [on Arnold Schwarzenegger] I take full credit for this man. He’s going to become a big star.
  • I’m grateful for what motion pictures did for me even though, except for on or two pictures, I’ve never done any I liked.
  • [About her drama school experience in 1926] I was a tongue-tied teenager spellbound by the schools star pupil – Bette Davis.
  • I died my hair this crazy red to bid for attention. It has become a trademark and I’ve got to keep it this way.
  • Life takes guts.
  • [on Vivian Vance] I find that now I usually spend my time looking at Viv. Viv was sensational. And back then, there were things I had to do-I was in the projection room for some reason, and I just couldn’t concentrate on it. But now I can. And I enjoy every move that Viv made. She was something.
  • Give yourself first and everything else will fall into line.
  • [About her friend Maureen O’Hara] Maureen O’Hara is one of the people I love the most out all the people I know.
  • I have an everyday religion that works for me. Love yourself first, and everything else falls into line.
  • [Defending her “singing” performance in the film Mame (1974)] Mame stayed up all night and drank champagne! What did you expect her to sound like? Julie Andrews?
  • [on Buster Keaton] He taught me most of what I know about timing, how to fall and how to handle props and animals.
  • [on Julie Andrews] I mean, you in Britain have some of the best comediennes. Julie Andrews is a comedienne — oh yes she is!
  • You were taken in charge and trained. They have none of that today any place. I regret the passing of the studio system. I was very appreciative of it because I had no talent. Believe me. What could I do? I couldn’t dance. I couldn’t sing. I could talk. I could barely walk. I had no flair. I wasn’t a beauty, that’s for sure.
  • [on Audrey Hepburn] She’s a tomboy and a fine comedienne. You’d never think of her being able to do my type of comedy. But she can. She has great energy, frail as she looks. But, well, she’s so beautiful, so ethereal, it would be sacrilege to put her through it.
  • [on Bob Hope] You spell Bob Hope C-L-A-S-S.
  • [on Liza Minnelli] She’s a great trouper, Liza, I wish I had her talent. If anybody’s going to take over from me, it’s her. She’s got a mind like a trip hammer and huge vitality. She’s great.
  • [About Edith Head]: Edie knew the truth about all of us. She knew who had flat fannies and who didn’t — but she never told.
  • Desi (Desi Arnaz) was the great love of my life. I will miss him until the day I die.
  • [About her meeting Desi Arnaz for the first time]: It wasn’t love at first sight. It took a full five minutes.
  • In life, all good things come hard, but wisdom is the hardest to come by.
  • A man who correctly guesses a woman’s age may be smart, but he’s not very bright.
  • I’d rather regret the things that I have done than the things that I have not.
  • Once in his life, every man is entitled to fall madly in love with a gorgeous redhead.
  • I’m not funny. What I am is brave.
  • The secret of staying young is to live honestly, eat slowly, and lie about your age.
  • I don’t know anything about luck. I’ve never banked on it, and I’m afraid of people who do. Luck to me is something else: hard work and realizing what is opportunity and what isn’t.
  • One of the things I learned the hard way was that it doesn’t pay to get discouraged. Keeping busy and making optimism a way of life can restore faith in yourself.
  • I think knowing what you cannot do is more important than knowing what you can do. In fact, that’s good taste.

Lucille Ball Important Facts

  • $150,000 /episode
  • $250,000 +10% net profits
  • 50% of the net profits (co-producer)
  • $10,000 for two days work.
  • $100,000
  • $1,100,000 (1968) deferred compensation
  • $384,000 (1967-68)
  • $125,000 + $150,000 (profits bonus)
  • $85,000
  • $3,500 per episode
  • $2,000 /epsiode + 50% profits for the first 39 shows as well as ownership of the negatives to all future shows (1951-52)
  • $1,750 /week
  • $3,500 /week
  • $12,500
  • $1,500 /week
  • $3,500 /week
  • $2,000 /week
  • $2,000 /week
  • $50 /week
  • Her company, Desilu Productions, produced The Untouchables, Mission: Impossible and Star Trekj.
  • Was 6 years older than her first husband and 13 years older than her second.
  • Broderick Crawford and _Lucille Ball_ announced their engagement in 1936. They never got as far as the altar. It was claimed that RKO fronted this story to cover her affair with studio producer _Pandro S. Berman_, who was married.
  • Delivered her children Lucie and Desi via Caesarean section.
  • She discovered actor and dancer Ken Berry.
  • Her acting mentors were Comedians Buster Keaton and Red Skelton.
  • Was an acting mentor to Actress and Comedian Ruth Buzzi and Carol Burnett.
  • Best remembered by the public for her starring roles as the title characters in each of her 3 series: I Love Lucy (1951), The Lucy Show (1962) and Here’s Lucy (1968).
  • Was the mentor of her protégé Carole Cook and to her real-life children Lucie Arnaz and Desi Arnaz Jr..
  • Was a Girl Scout.
  • Gave birth to her second child, Desiderio Alberto Arnaz IV at age 41, January 19, 1953.
  • Gave birth to her first child, Lucie Desiree Arnaz at age 39, July 17, 1951.
  • She used the name of Diane Belmont while modeling professionally.
  • It was at the urging of “Roman Scandals” dance director Busby Berkely that Sam Goldwyn had Ball put under contract. The producer initially nixed the idea.
  • In the early part of her career, Ball said she was born in Butte, Montana, where her father died. Because of that she was nicknamed ‘Montana.’.
  • Lucille Ball had an East bungalow office suite adjacent the main Desilu Production offices located on Gower Street, (main reception entrance on Gower Street). Cleo Morgan, Lucille’s first cousin, was Lucille’s secretary, scheduling meetings, dealing with clients and agents for the Desilu CEO Lucille Ball. Cleo remained with the Desilu management team the entire period of operation. Bud Brooks was in charge of the Desilu Production Art department, located in the top floor of the main entrance building.
  • Lucille suffered from ornithophobia, the fear of birds.
  • There are 2 stamps with Lucille Ball on them. A 34 cent stamp, in 2001 and a 44 cent stamp, in 2009.
  • Lucy launched the movie producer career of David Winters, one of the stars of West Side Story, whose first producer job was to co-produce and choreographed her television special Lucy in London (1966).
  • Though starring in many successful 1940s musical comedies for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, her contract allowed her to honor her prior commitments. She starred in two film classics, The Dark Corner (1946) for 20th Century Fox and the independently produced Lured (1947).
  • Profiled in a book, “Funny Ladies”, written by Stephen M. Silverman in 1999, titled Funny Ladies: 100 Years of Great Comediannes.
  • Became very good friends with Maureen O’Hara during the making of Dance, Girl, Dance (1940) and continued being friends until Ball’s death. O’Hara was with Lucille when Lucille first met her first husband, Desi Arnaz.
  • Was good friends with 6 other actresses. They are Mary Jane Croft, Carole Lombard, Ginger Rogers, Ann Sothern, Vivian Vance, and Mary Wickes. Among them, only Croft and Sothern were biological mothers. Wickes never married and was always listed as single.
  • Appears on a 44¢ USA commemorative postage stamp in the Early Television Memories issue with Vivian Vance, as Lucy Ricardo and Ethel Mertz, in a scene from I Love Lucy: Job Switching (1952). The stamp was issued 11 August 2009.
  • Was offered the role of Angel in The Greatest Show on Earth (1952), but was forced to turn it down due to pregnancy. Gloria Grahame was later cast instead.
  • When she and Desi Arnaz moved to 1000 North Roxbury Drive in Beverly Hills, Caliifornia, Jack Benny, was their next-door neighbor, residing at 1002 North Roxbury Drive.
  • In 1958, in order to raise funds for their various investments, she and Desi Arnaz took Desilu public on the NYSE at $10 per share. She and Desi each retained 25% of the company, while each selling 25%. She took her $2,500,000 windfall, paid $600,000 in capital gains taxes and, always frugal, invested the remainder into bonds and securities.
  • Her 1960 divorce from Desi Arnaz was quite amicable. They divided their $20 million television empire equally, each retaining 25% Desilu stock (282,800 shares), she got the homes in Beverly Hills and Rancho Mirage, and Desi got the beach house in Del Mar, California and his Horse Ranch in Corona, California. In addition, they agreed to joint custody of their children with him paying $450/month child support.
  • When her subsequent series The Lucy Show (1962) and Here’s Lucy (1968) became popular, Jess Oppenheimer, a co-creator of I Love Lucy (1951) alleged that her character Lucy Carmichael/Carter was in fact Lucy Ricardo re-named and threatened to sue. Rather than go to court, she settled for $220,000.
  • Profiled in “Killer Tomatoes: Fifteen Tough Film Dames” by Ray Hagen and Laura Wagner (McFarland, 2004).
  • In July 1967, she sold Desilu Productions, consisting of 36 sound stages, 2000 employees and 62 acres adjacent to Paramount, to Gulf + Western Industries for $17 million. She received $10 million in Gulf + Western stock for her 60% of Desilu, the remaining $7 million being distributed to 3878 stockholders.
  • In 1962, she purchased Desi Arnaz’s holdings in Desilu holdings for $3 million, as he wanted to retire to his horse ranch in Corona, California, and lead a more stress-free life.
  • In 1968, she was reported to be the richest woman in television, having earned an estimated $30 million.
  • In 1966, it was reported in an annual stockholder’s meeting that her salary as President of Desilu Productions (1962-1967) was $100,000. Her acting fees for 1966 were $130,172.
  • Was in frail health following a heart attack in May 1988.
  • In Italy, her films were often dubbed by Lidia Simoneschi or Wanda Tettoni, notably in the hilarious The Long, Long Trailer (1953). She was occasionally dubbed by Rosetta Calavetta, Dhia Cristiani, Rina Morelli and Renata Marini (in Stage Door (1937)).
  • Her younger brother, Fred Ball (1915-2007), moved from their hometown of Jamestown, New York, to join Lucy in Hollywood in the 1930s. Fred often accompanied Desi Arnaz’s band on tour during the 1940s and 1950s, and was also on the Board of Directors of Desilu Productions. In later years, Fred and his wife Zo operated a motel in Cottonwood, Arizona, where he died. Fred also shared the same birthday as his niece Lucie Arnaz.
  • Biography in: “The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives”. Volume Two, 1986-1990, pages 63-66. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1999.
  • When they were first married in 1940, Desi Arnaz had to give Lucy a ring from a drugstore because all jewelry stores were closed. She wore it for the rest of their marriage.
  • Was tutored in comedy by Buster Keaton.
  • Was once known as the “Chesterfield Girl” because she was the spokesmodel for Chesterfield cigarettes.
  • The original Desilu was her and Desi Arnaz’s ranch in Chatsworth, California. They used the same method of naming it that Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford’s did when they named their estate “Pickfair”.
  • The day she first met Desi Arnaz, she had a black eye and a torn dress from filming a fight scene for Dance, Girl, Dance (1940) and he didn’t find her at all attractive until they met again later in the day when she had changed into her own clothes and makeup. His oft-quoted first impression of her extraordinary beauty was “That’s a hunk o’ woman”.
  • She named herself Diane Belmont after the Belmont racetrack in New York.
  • Not long after the Arnazes bought their house on 1000 North Roxbury Drive in Beverly Hills, California, it was first featured in episode, I Love Lucy: The Tour (1955). Richard Widmark guest-starred and she climbs over the fence to pick a grapefruit, from his backyard.
  • Lucy filed for divorce from Desi Arnaz in the 1940s, but didn’t go through with it because they reconciled.
  • Lucy and Desi Arnaz were married at the Byram River Beagle Club in Connecticut in 1940.
  • Lucy and Desi Arnaz were married a second time in 1946 in a church because his mother believed that the reason they didn’t have children yet was because they were never married in the Catholic Church.
  • She was proud of her family and heritage. Her genealogy can be traced back to the earliest settlers in the colonies. One direct ancestor, William Sprague (1609-1675), left England on the ship “Lyon’s Whelp” for Plymouth/Salem, Massachusetts. They were from Upwey, Dorsetshire, England. William, along with his 2 brothers, helped to found the city of Charlestown, Massachusetts. Other Sprague relatives became soldiers in the Revolutionary War and 2 of them became governors of the state of Rhode Island.
  • Comedian John Belushi was a fan of her and knew every detail of her life and career.
  • Suffered three miscarriages with husband Desi Arnaz. First miscarriage was in 1942. Second miscarriage was in 1949. Third and last miscarriage was in 1950.
  • Was of Irish, Scottish, French, and English descent.
  • Related by marriage to Vanda Barra.
  • Related by marriage to Sid Gould.
  • First cousin of Cleo Morgan, though they were raised as sisters.
  • Had a superstition about the letters A and R, which is why her character was named Lucy RicARdo in I Love Lucy (1951); Lucy CARmichael in The Lucy Show (1962); Lucy CARter in Here’s Lucy (1968) and Lucy BARker in Life with Lucy (1986) (she was also married to ‘Desi ARnaz’). She believed she didn’t have luck in her career until she changed her name to Arnaz.
  • Disliked any false form of a bird, she preferred to see them in person so she banned all pictures of birds from her house and any hotel room she was staying in.
  • Was Frank Sinatra’s first choice for the role of Laurence Harvey’s mother in The Manchurian Candidate (1962). He was only dissuaded when John Frankenheimer took him to see Angela Lansbury in a play.
  • While still contemplating whether to do the I Love Lucy (1951) shows, she claimed that in her dream, Carole Lombard came to her and told her to “Give it a whirl”.
  • Felt that she did not deserve the title of “Queen of Comedy” and felt that it belonged to her idol, Carole Lombard.
  • Biography in: “Who’s Who in Comedy” by Ronald L. Smith. pg. 35-37. New York: Facts on File, 1992. ISBN 0816023387.
  • Filed for a divorce from husband Desi Arnaz, the day following the last day of filming The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour (1957). [March 1960]
  • Stricken by rheumatoid arthritis early in her modeling career and spent 2 years re-learning how to walk.
  • One of her last television appearances was in 1989 on the 62nd Academy Awards, with Bob Hope, announcing the nominations and winner of Best Picture.
  • Her favorite movie she made was The Big Street (1942). Up to her dying day, she resented AMPAS for not recognizing her performance in the movie by including her for an Academy Award nomination.
  • Inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame in 2002.
  • Pictured on a 34¢ USA commemorative postage stamp in the Legends of Hollywood series, issued 6 August 2001.
  • Was known for a while as Dianne Belmont back when she was a model.
  • For many years during their marriage, Lucy and Desi Arnaz hid the fact that she was six years older than he by splitting the difference in their ages. She (born in 1911) said she was born in 1914 and he (born in 1917) also said he was born in 1914.
  • Second cousin of actress Suzan Ball.
  • Born at 5:00 pm Eastern Standard Time zone.
  • Was one of the 20 original “Goldwyn Girls”, along with Virginia Bruce; Ann Dvorak; Paulette Goddard and Betty Grable.
  • TV Guide picked her as the greatest TV star of all time.
  • She put her Chesterfield cigarettes in a Philip Morris package to please her sponsor (of the I Love Lucy (1951) show).
  • She was fired from working at an ice cream store because she kept forgetting to put bananas in banana splits.
  • Lucy and Desi Arnaz began I Love Lucy (1951) in the hopes of saving their crumbling marriage.
  • Before her movie career, Lucille was a model at Hattie Carnegie’s in New York. She mainly modeled heavy fur coats, because she was startlingly thin as a young lady.
  • During the 1933 filming of Roman Scandals (1933), young Lucille Ball, portraying a slave girl, needed to have her eyebrows entirely shaved off. They never grew back.
  • Died the morning of April 26, 1989, the fifty-sixth birthday of her friend Carol Burnett. That afternoon Burnett received the flowers that Ball had ordered for her birthday.
  • Lucy and her son, Desi Arnaz Jr., appeared together on the very first cover of “TV Guide” magazine in 1953.
  • Once registered as a voter for the Communist party as a favor to her grandfather Frederick Charles Hunt (July 24, 1865-January 9, 1944).
  • She signed her first promotional agreement with Max Factor in 1935 and again in 1942. Of all the stars, she had the longest association with the Max Factor company.
  • Was awarded 2 Stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Motion Pictures at 6436 Hollywood Boulevard; and for Television at 6100 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California.
  • Was the first woman to own her own film studio as the head of Desilu Productions.
  • During a Barbara Walters interview, Jane Fonda claimed that her father, Henry Fonda, was deeply in love with Lucille Ball and that the two were “very close” during the filming of Yours, Mine and Ours (1968).
  • Mother of Lucie Arnaz and Desi Arnaz Jr..
  • Ball and Barbara Pepper met early in their careers when they were both “Goldwyn Girls” and remained lifelong friends.
  • A comment from a member of the preview audience of Follow the Fleet (1936) about bit-player Ball: “You might give the tall gum chewing blonde more parts and see if she can’t make the grade – a good gamble.”
  • Originally interred at Forest Lawn (Hollywood Hills), Los Angeles, California, USA, Columbarium of Radiant Dawn, Court of Remembrance. In 2003, she was re-interred in the Ball family plot in Lake View Cemetery, Jamestown, New York.
  • Received the Women’s International Center (WIC) Living Legacy Award posthumously in 1990.

Lucille Ball Filmography

TitleYearStatusCharacterRole
Life with Lucy1986TV SeriesLucy BarkerActress
Stone Pillow1985TV MovieFlorabelleActress
Lucy Calls the President1977TV MovieLucy WhittakerActress
The Practice1976TV SeriesMatilda MorrisonActress
What Now, Catherine Curtis?1976TV MovieCatherine CurtisActress
Three for Two1975TV MovieRita / Sally / PaulineActress
Lucy Gets Lucky1975TV MovieLucy CollinsActress
Happy Anniversary and Goodbye1974TV MovieNorma MichaelsActress
Here’s Lucy1968-1974TV SeriesLucy Carter
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Mame1974Mame DennisActress
Make Room for Granddaddy1971TV SeriesLucy CarterActress
Swing Out, Sweet Land1970TV MovieStatue of Liberty (voice)Actress
Yours, Mine and Ours1968Helen North BeardsleyActress
The Lucy Show1962-1968TV SeriesLucy Carmichael / Rusty MartinActress
A Guide for the Married Man1967Technical Adviser (Mrs. Joe X)Actress
Lucy in London1966TV MovieLucy CarmichaelActress
Mr. and Mrs.1964TV MovieBonnie BlakelyActress
The Greatest Show on Earth1963TV SeriesKate ReynoldsActress
General Foods Opening Night1963TV MovieActress
Critic’s Choice1963Angela BallantineActress
The Facts of Life1960Kitty WeaverActress
The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour1957-1960TV SeriesLucy RicardoActress
Sunday Showcase1959TV SeriesLucy RicardoActress
The Ann Sothern Show1959TV SeriesLucy RicardoActress
The Phil Silvers Show1959TV SeriesFainting FanActress
Make Room for Daddy1959TV SeriesLucy RicardoActress
Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse1958TV SeriesKitty WilliamsActress
I Love Lucy1951-1957TV SeriesLucy RicardoActress
Forever, Darling1956Susan VegaActress
Lucy’s Really Lost Moments1956Lucy RicardoActress
The Long, Long Trailer1953Tacy ColliniActress
I Love Lucy1953Lucy Ricardo / HerselfActress
The Magic Carpet1951Princess NarahActress
The Fuller Brush Girl1950Sally ElliotActress
Fancy Pants1950Agatha FloudActress
A Woman of Distinction1950Lucille Ball – Cameo Appearance (uncredited)Actress
Easy Living1949AnneActress
Miss Grant Takes Richmond1949Ellen GrantActress
Sorrowful Jones1949Gladys O’NeillActress
Her Husband’s Affairs1947Margaret WeldonActress
Lured1947Sandra CarpenterActress
Easy to Wed1946Gladys BentonActress
Lover Come Back1946Kay WilliamsActress
Two Smart People1946Ricki WoodnerActress
The Dark Corner1946Kathleen StewartActress
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in Hollywood1945Lucille Ball (uncredited)Actress
Ziegfeld Follies1945Lucille Ball (‘Here’s to the Ladies’)Actress
Without Love1945Kitty TrimbleActress
Meet the People1944Julie HamptonActress
Thousands Cheer1943Lucille BallActress
Best Foot Forward1943Lucille BallActress
Du Barry Was a Lady1943May Daly / Madame Du BarryActress
Seven Days’ Leave1942Terry Havalok-AllenActress
The Big Street1942Gloria LyonsActress
Valley of the Sun1942Christine LarsonActress
Look Who’s Laughing1941Julie PattersonActress
Too Many Girls1940Connie CaseyActress
Dance, Girl, Dance1940BubblesActress
You Can’t Fool Your Wife1940Clara Fields Hinklin / Mercedes VasquezActress
The Marines Fly High1940Joan GrantActress
That’s Right – You’re Wrong1939Sandra SandActress
Five Came Back1939Peggy NolanActress
Panama Lady1939LucyActress
Twelve Crowded Hours1939Paula SandersActress
Beauty for the Asking1939Jean RussellActress
Next Time I Marry1938Nancy Crocker FlemingActress
Annabel Takes a Tour1938Annabel AllisonActress
Room Service1938Christine MarloweActress
The Affairs of Annabel1938Annabel AllisonActress
Having Wonderful Time1938MiriamActress
Joy of Living1938Salina PineActress
Go Chase Yourself1938Carol MeeleyActress
Stage Door1937JudithActress
There Goes My Girl1937scenes deletedActress
Don’t Tell the Wife1937Ann ‘Annie’ HowellActress
That Girl from Paris1936Claire ‘Clair’ WilliamsActress
Winterset1936Girl (uncredited)Actress
One Live Ghost1936ShortMaxineActress
So and Sew1936ShortSally CurtisActress
Dummy Ache1936ShortThe ActressActress
Swing It1936ShortMary (uncredited)Actress
Bunker Bean1936Rosie KellyActress
The Farmer in the Dell1936Gloria WilsonActress
Follow the Fleet1936Kitty CollinsActress
Muss ’em Up1936Departing Train Passenger (uncredited)Actress
Chatterbox1936Lillian TempleActress
Foolish Hearts1935ShortHat Check Girl (uncredited)Actress
I Dream Too Much1935Gwendolyn DilleyActress
The Three Musketeers1935Minor Role (uncredited)Actress
Top Hat1935Flower Clerk (uncredited)Actress
Old Man Rhythm1935College Girl (uncredited)Actress
A Night at the Biltmore Bowl1935ShortLucille BallActress
Hooray for Love1935Chorine (uncredited)Actress
I’ll Love You Always1935Lucille (uncredited)Actress
Roberta1935Fashion Model (uncredited)Actress
The Whole Town’s Talking1935Bank Employee (uncredited)Actress
Carnival1935Nurse (uncredited)Actress
His Old Flame1935ShortActress
Behind the Evidence1935Secretary (uncredited)Actress
Fugitive Lady1934Beauty Operator (uncredited)Actress
Three Little Pigskins1934ShortDaisy SimmsActress
Broadway Bill1934Blonde Telephone Operator (uncredited)Actress
Jealousy1934Minor Role (uncredited)Actress
Men of the Night1934Peggy (uncredited)Actress
Perfectly Mismated1934ShortActress
Kid Millions1934Goldwyn Girl (uncredited)Actress
The Affairs of Cellini1934Lady-in-Waiting (uncredited)Actress
Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back1934Bridesmaid (uncredited)Actress
Murder at the Vanities1934Earl Carroll Girl (uncredited)Actress
Bottoms Up1934Chorine (uncredited)Actress
Hold That Girl1934Girl (uncredited)Actress
Nana1934Chorus Girl (uncredited)Actress
Moulin Rouge1934Show Girl (uncredited)Actress
Roman Scandals1933Goldwyn Girl (uncredited)Actress
Blood Money1933Drury’s Girlfriend at Racetrack (uncredited)Actress
Broadway Thru a Keyhole19332nd Girl with Louie at the Beach (uncredited)Actress
The Bowery1933Blonde (uncredited)Actress
What Now, Catherine Curtis?1976TV Movie executive in charge of productionProduction Manager
Lucy Gets Lucky1975TV Movie executive in charge of productionProduction Manager
Happy Anniversary and Goodbye1974TV Movie executive in charge of productionProduction Manager
Here’s Lucy1968-1974TV Series executive in charge of production – 144 episodesProduction Manager
The Lucy Show1966-1968TV Series executive in charge of production – 37 episodesProduction Manager
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: A Musical History – The 1940s: Stars, Stripes and Singing2009Video documentary performer: “Du Barry Was a Lady” – uncreditedSoundtrack
I Love Lucy’s 50th Anniversary Special2001TV Movie documentary performer: “Carolina in the Morning” uncredited, “When You’re Smiling The Whole World Smiles With You”, “Friendship”, “Chica Chica Boom Chic”Soundtrack
That’s Entertainment! III1994Documentary performer: “Here’s to the Girls” 1945 – uncreditedSoundtrack
The Mary Tyler Moore Hour1979TV Series performer – 1 episodeSoundtrack
Mame1974performer: “It’s Today”, “Open a New Window”, “My Best Girl”, “We Need A Little Christmas”, “Bosom Buddies”, “Bosom Buddies” Dance and Reprise, “If He Walked Into My Life”, “Finale: Open A New Window/Mame”Soundtrack
Here’s Lucy1968TV Series performer – 2 episodesSoundtrack
The Lucy Show1963-1967TV Series performer – 6 episodesSoundtrack
I Love Lucy1951-1956TV Series performer – 8 episodesSoundtrack
Fancy Pants1950performer: ” Hey Fancy Pants!”, “Home Cookin'”Soundtrack
Sorrowful Jones1949performer: “Havin’ a Wonderful Wish Time You Were Here”Soundtrack
Easy to Wed1946performer: “Continental Polka”Soundtrack
Ziegfeld Follies1945performer: “Here’s to the Girls”Soundtrack
Meet the People1944“Meet the People” 1940 / performer: “In Times Like These” 1944, “It’s Smart to Be People” 1944Soundtrack
Best Foot Forward1943performer: “You’re Lucky” 1941Soundtrack
Du Barry Was a Lady1943performer: “DuBarry Was a Lady” 1943, “Madame, I Like Your Crepe Suzettes” 1943, “Friendship” 1939Soundtrack
Seven Days’ Leave1942“Pop! Goes the Weasel”Soundtrack
The Big Street1942performer: “Who Knows?” 1942Soundtrack
Look Who’s Laughing1941performer: “The Wedding March” 1842 – uncreditedSoundtrack
Too Many Girls1940performer: “You’re Nearer” 1939, “I Didn’t Know What Time It Was” 1939, “Conga” 1939 – uncreditedSoundtrack
Dance, Girl, Dance1940performer: “Beer Barrel Polka” uncredited, “Mother, What Do I Do Now?”, “Jitterbug Bite”Soundtrack
Having Wonderful Time1938“Heigh Ho” 1937, uncreditedSoundtrack
That Girl from Paris1936performer: “Moon Face” 1936, “My Nephew from Nice” 1936Soundtrack
All the Right Moves1983producer – uncreditedProducer
Lucy Moves to NBC1980TV Movie executive producerProducer
Lucy Calls the President1977TV Movie executive producerProducer
What Now, Catherine Curtis?1976TV Movie executive producerProducer
Three for Two1975TV Movie executive producerProducer
Lucy Gets Lucky1975TV Movie executive producerProducer
Happy Anniversary and Goodbye1974TV Movie executive producerProducer
The Lucy Show1966TV Series executive producer – 16 episodesProducer
Lucy in London1966TV Movie executive producerProducer
Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse1959TV Series producer – 1 episodeProducer
Bungle Abbey1981TV ShortDirector
Here’s Lucy1974TV Series 1 episodeDirector
I Love Ryan?2015TV Series in memory of – 2 episodesThanks
Ryan & RubyTV Series short thanks for the inspiration – 8 episodes, 2014 very special thanks – 1 episode, 2014 thanks – 1 episode, 2014Thanks
Chicago Joe and the Showgirl1990in memory ofThanks
Lucy Comes to Nashville1978TV SpecialHerself – HostSelf
General Electric’s All-Star Anniversary1978TV Movie documentaryHerselfSelf
Happy Birthday, Bob1978TV SpecialHerselfSelf
Dean Martin Celebrity Roast: Jimmy Stewart1978TV SpecialHerselfSelf
A Tribute to Mr. Television Milton Berle1978TV SpecialHerselfSelf
CBS: On the Air1978TV Mini-Series documentaryHerself – Co-host: part IISelf
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Henry Fonda1978TV Special documentaryHerselfSelf
Gene Kelly: An American in Pasadena1978TV SpecialHerselfSelf
TV: The Fabulous Fifties1978TV MovieHerself – Hostess of Sitcoms SegmentSelf
America Alive!1978TV SeriesSelf
The Barbara Walters Summer Special1977TV SeriesHerselfSelf
Circus of the Stars #21977TV SpecialHerself – RingmasterSelf
Dinah!1974-1977TV SeriesHerself – GuestSelf
The Bob Hope Show1956-1977TV SeriesHerself – GuestSelf
Dean Martin Celebrity Roast: Danny Thomas1976TV SpecialHerselfSelf
Van Dyke and Company1976TV SeriesHerselfSelf
CBS Salutes Lucy: The First 25 Years1976TV Movie documentaryHerselfSelf
NBC: The First Fifty Years – A Closer Look1976TV Movie documentaryHerselfSelf
Bob Hope’s World of Comedy1976TV MovieHerselfSelf
Gypsy in My Soul1976TV MovieHerselfSelf
Sammy and Company1975TV SeriesHerself – GuestSelf
The Dick Cavett Show1975TV SeriesHerself – GuestSelf
The Dean Martin Celebrity Roast: Lucille Ball1975TV SpecialHerself – Woman of the HourSelf
Dinah’s Place1972-1974TV SeriesHerself – GuestSelf
The Dick Cavett Show1971-1974TV SeriesHerself / Lucy RicardoSelf
The Bob Braun Show1974TV SeriesHerselfSelf
Magnavox Presents Frank Sinatra1973TV Special documentaryHerself – Audience Member (uncredited)Self
Jack Paar Tonite1973TV SeriesHerselfSelf
Zenith Presents: A Salute to Television’s 25th Anniversary1972TV SpecialHerselfSelf
The David Frost Show1970-1971TV SeriesHerself – GuestSelf
Flip1971TV SeriesHerselfSelf
The 23rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1971TV SpecialHerself – PresenterSelf
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Jack Benny But Were Afraid to Ask1971TV SpecialHerselfSelf
The Pearl Bailey Show1971TV SeriesHerselfSelf
Jack Benny’s Twentieth Anniversary Special1970TV SpecialHerselfSelf
The Carol Burnett Show1967-1970TV SeriesHerselfSelf
The Irv Kupcinet Show1970TV SeriesHerself – GuestSelf
Will the Real Mr Sellers…..?1969TV Movie documentaryHerselfSelf
Ann-Margret: From Hollywood with Love1969TV SpecialHerselfSelf
Jack Benny’s New Look1969TV SpecialHerself (uncredited)Self
The Dinah Shore Special: Like Hep1969TV MovieHerselfSelf
Jack Benny’s Birthday Special1969TV SpecialHerselfSelf
The Dean Martin Show1966-1968TV SeriesHerself – GuestSelf
The Tennessee Ernie Ford Special1968TV MovieHerselfSelf
Girl Talk1968TV SeriesHerselfSelf
Carnival Nights1968TV SpecialHerselfSelf
The Ed Sullivan Show1954-1968TV SeriesHerself / Herself – Actress / Herself – Elephant Rider / …Self
All About People1967Documentary shortNarrator (voice)Self
I’ve Got a Secret1956-1966TV SeriesHerself – Celebrity Guest / Herself – Guest PanelistSelf
The Milton Berle Show1966TV SeriesHerselfSelf
The Eamonn Andrews Show1966TV SeriesHerself – GuestSelf
Carol + 21966TV SpecialHerself / VariousSelf
Danny Thomas’ The Wonderful World of Burlesque: Second Edition1965TV SpecialHerselfSelf
Salute to Stan Laurel1965TV Special documentaryHerselfSelf
The Steve Lawrence Show1965TV SeriesHerselfSelf
What’s My Line?1954-1965TV SeriesHerself – Mystery GuestSelf
Password All-Stars1963-1965TV SeriesHerself – Celebrity Contestant / Panelist – Celebrity ContestantSelf
The Danny Kaye Show1964TV SeriesHerself – GuestSelf
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre1964TV SeriesHerselfSelf
The Jack Benny Program1964TV SeriesHerself / Rachel RevereSelf
CBS: The Stars’ Address1963TV MovieHerselfSelf
The Danny Kaye Show with Lucille Ball1962TV MovieHerselfSelf
The 14th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1962TV SpecialHerself – PresenterSelf
The Good Years1962Herself – HostSelf
The Annual National Sports Awards1961TV SpecialHerself – PresenterSelf
The National Sports Awards1961TV SpecialHerself – PresenterSelf
The Jack Paar Tonight Show1960-1961TV SeriesHerselfSelf
This Is Your Life1961TV SeriesHerselfSelf
The Garry Moore Show1960TV SeriesHerself – GuestSelf
Hedda Hopper’s Hollywood1960TV Movie documentaryHerselfSelf
Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse1959TV SeriesHerselfSelf
The Jackie Gleason Show1957TV SeriesHerself – GuestSelf
I Love Lucy1956TV SeriesLucy RicardoSelf
MGM Parade1956TV SeriesHerself – GuestSelf
A Star Is Born World Premiere1954TV ShortHerselfSelf
Stars in the Eye1952TV SpecialHerselfSelf
All Star Revue1952TV SeriesHerself – Guest Comedic ActressSelf
The Ed Wynn Show1949TV SeriesHerself – GuestSelf
Inside U.S.A. with Chevrolet1949TV SeriesHerselfSelf
Texaco Star Theatre1949TV SeriesHerself – ActressSelf
G.I. Journal1944ShortHerselfSelf
Meet the Stars #6: Stars at Play1941Documentary shortHerselfSelf
Screen Snapshots Series 18, No. 11938Documentary shortHerselfSelf
Television: The First Fifty Years1999Video documentaryHerself – Interviewee / Lucy RicardoSelf
The 61st Annual Academy Awards1989TV SpecialHerself – PresenterSelf
The 6th Annual American Cinema Awards1989TV SpecialHerselfSelf
Super Password1988TV SeriesHerselfSelf
The Princess Grace Foundation Special Gala Tribute to Cary Grant1988TV MovieHerselfSelf
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Jack Lemmon1988TV Special documentaryHerself (uncredited)Self
Happy Birthday, Bob: 50 Stars Salute Your 50 Years with NBC1988TV SpecialHerselfSelf
America’s Tribute to Bob Hope1988TV Movie documentaryHerself – HostessSelf
The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts1987TV Special documentaryHerselfSelf
A Beverly Hills Christmas1987TV MovieHerselfSelf
Hollywood the Golden Years: The RKO Story1987TV Series documentaryHerselfSelf
Bob Hopes High-Flying Birthday Extravaganza1987TV MovieHerselfSelf
Happy 100th Birthday, Hollywood1987TV Special documentaryHerselfSelf
The Annual Friars Club Tribute Present a Salute to Liza Minnelli1987TV MovieHerselfSelf
The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts1986TV Movie documentaryHerself – HonoreeSelf
All-Star Party for Clint Eastwood1986TV SpecialHerself – HostSelf
Hour Magazine1986TV SeriesHerselfSelf
The 38th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1986TV SpecialHerself – PresenterSelf
Bob Hope’s High-Flying Birthday1986TV MovieHerselfSelf
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Billy Wilder1986TV Special documentaryHerselfSelf
The CBS Morning News1985TV SeriesHerselfSelf
Bob Hope Buys NBC?1985TV SpecialHerselfSelf
The 2nd TV Academy Hall of Fame1985TV MovieHerselfSelf
Night of 100 Stars II1985TV MovieHerselfSelf
Body Language1984TV SeriesHerselfSelf
All-Star Party for Lucille Ball1984TV SpecialHerself – HonoreeSelf
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1968-1984TV SeriesHerself – Guest / Herself / Herself – First GuestSelf
Bob Hope’s Unrehearsed Antics of the Stars1984DocumentaryHerselfSelf
The 36th Primetime Emmy Awards1984TV SpecialHerself – PresenterSelf
Bob Hope’s Who Makes the World Laugh? – Part II: The Newest! The Funniest! The Greatest!1984TV MovieHerselfSelf
The 1st TV Academy Hall of Fame1984Herself – WinnerSelf
Happy Birthday, Bob!1983TV SpecialHerselfSelf
Bob Hope’s Road to Hollywood1983TV MovieHerselfSelf
All-Star Party for Carol Burnett1982TV MovieHerselfSelf
The Merv Griffin Show1973-1982TV SeriesHerself / Herself – GuestSelf
Three’s Company1982TV SeriesHerselfSelf
The 8th Annual People’s Choice Awards1982TV SpecialHerself – Presenter: Favourite All Around Male EntertainerSelf
Women I Love: Beautiful But Funny1982TV MovieHerselfSelf
The John Davidson Show1982TV SeriesHerself – GuestSelf
High Hopes: The Capra Years1981TV Movie documentarySelf
Password Plus1980-1981TV SeriesHerself – Celebrity ContestantSelf
Entertainment Tonight1981TV SeriesHerselfSelf
The 33rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1981TV SpecialHerself – Honoree & PresenterSelf
Bob Hope’s 30th Anniversary Special1981TV SpecialHerselfSelf
Lucy Moves to NBC1980TV MovieHerself – now a producer for NBCSelf
Today1961-1980TV SeriesHerselfSelf
The Mike Douglas Show1970-1980TV SeriesHerself – Comedienne / Herself – Co-Hostess / HerselfSelf
The First 40 Years1980TV SpecialHerselfSelf
The Annual Friars Club Tribute Presents a Salute to Johnny Carson1979TV MovieHerselfSelf
Cher… and Other Fantasies1979TV MovieHerselfSelf
The Mary Tyler Moore Hour1979TV SeriesHerselfSelf
The 36th Annual Golden Globes Awards1979TV SpecialHerself – Cecil B. DeMille Award RecipientSelf
Bob Hope Salutes the Ohio Jubilee1978TV MovieHerselfSelf
Ok! TV2017TV SeriesHerselfArchive Footage
The Latin Explosion: A New America2015TV Movie documentaryHerself – ActressArchive Footage
Entertainment Tonight2008-2015TV SeriesHerselfArchive Footage
Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration2015TV Movie documentaryLucy Ricardo / I Love LucyArchive Footage
Trumbo2015Herself (uncredited)Archive Footage
Teens React2015TV Series shortHerselfArchive Footage
Hey Moe, Hey Dad!2015TV Series documentaryVarious CharactersArchive Footage
Inside Edition2014-2015TV Series documentaryHerself / Herself – I Love LucyArchive Footage
America’s Clown: An Intimate Biography of Red Skelton2014VideoMay Daly / Madame De BerryArchive Footage
The Sixties2014TV Mini-Series documentaryHerself – Emmy Awards PresenterArchive Footage
Pioneers of Television2008-2014TV Mini-Series documentaryHerself / Lucy Ricardo – I Love Lucy / Lucy RicardoArchive Footage
Glad All Over: The Dave Clark Five and Beyond2014TV Movie documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
The O’Reilly Factor2014TV SeriesLucy Ricardo (segment “Watters’ World”)Archive Footage
Here’s Lucy Spotlight: Lucie Arnaz2012Video documentary shortClips from ‘Here’s Lucy’ / ‘Yours Mine and Ours’ screen testArchive Footage
American Masters2000-2012TV Series documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
Lucy Moves to NBC: A Remembrance2012Video documentary shortOn set footage / Outtakes & clips from ‘Lucy Moves to NBC’Archive Footage
10 Things You Don’t Know About2012TV Series documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
Here’s Lucy Spotlight: Desi Arnaz Jr.2012Video documentary shortProduction footage & clips from ‘Here’s Lucy’Archive Footage
When Ali Came to Britain2012TV Movie documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
My Favourite Joke2011TV SeriesLucy CarmichaelArchive Footage
Here’s Harry: Remembering Gale Gordon2011Video documentary shortOn set footage & outtakes / Clips from ‘Here’s Lucy’Archive Footage
Moguls & Movie Stars: A History of Hollywood2010TV Mini-Series documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
Lucy at the World’s Fair2010Video documentary shortHerselfArchive Footage
Lucy Meets the Burtons: A Comedic Gem2010Video documentary shortOn set footage / Promo as Herself / Clips from ‘Here’s Lucy’Archive Footage
Frontline2010TV Series documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
Here’s Lucy: On Location2009Documentary shortArchive Footage
Working with Lucy: A Conversation with Gino Conforti2009Video documentary shortLucy CarterArchive Footage
TV’s 50 Funniest Catch Phrases2009TV MovieArchive Footage
Make ‘Em Laugh: The Funny Business of America2009TV Series documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
TV’s All-Time Funniest: A Paley Center for Media Special2008TV SpecialHerselfArchive Footage
The 5th Annual TV Land Awards2007TV SpecialHerself – Winner (“The Legacy of Laughter”)Archive Footage
Cavett Remembers the Comic Legends2006Video documentary shortHerselfArchive Footage
American Experience2005TV Series documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
E! True Hollywood Story2005TV Series documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
The Last Mogul2005TV Special documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
Naked Science2004TV Series documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
TV’s Greatest Sidekicks2004TV SpecialArchive Footage
TV Land Moguls2004TV Mini-Series documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
Ziegfeld Girl Intro2004Video documentary shortHerselfArchive Footage
Bob Monkhouse’s Comedy Heroes2004TV MovieHerselfArchive Footage
TV in Black: The First Fifty Years2004Video documentaryArchive Footage
MythBusters2003TV Series documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
The Desilu Story2003TV Movie documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
The Greatest2003TV Series documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
Lucy! TV’s Comedy Queen2003TV Movie documentaryArchive Footage
Cher: The Farewell Tour2003TV Movie documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
Inside TV Land: Style and Fashion2003TV Movie documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
Bob Hope at 1002003TV Movie documentaryHerself (uncredited)Archive Footage
Bob Hope’s Funniest Out-Takes2002TV MovieHerselfArchive Footage
Omnibus2001TV Series documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
I Love Lucy’s 50th Anniversary Special2001TV Movie documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
ABC 2000: The Millennium1999TV Special documentaryArchive Footage
The Best of the Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts1998TV Movie documentaryHerself – RoasteeArchive Footage
Junket Whore1998DocumentaryHerselfArchive Footage
Biography1998TV Series documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
California’s Gold1998TV Series documentaryLucy RicardoArchive Footage
Judy Garland’s Hollywood1997Video documentaryArchive Footage
The Silver Screen: Color Me Lavender1997DocumentaryHerselfArchive Footage
Off the Menu: The Last Days of Chasen’s1997DocumentaryHerself (with Desi) (uncredited)Archive Footage
Bob Hope: Hollywood’s Brightest Star1996Video documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
Barbara Walters: 20 Years at ABC1996TV Movie documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
Pioneers of Primetime1995TV Movie documentaryHerself / Lucy RicardoArchive Footage
50 Years of Funny Females1995TV Movie documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
Ed Sullivan All-Star Comedy Special1995TV Movie documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
Carol Burnett: The Special Years1994TV Movie documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
That’s Entertainment! III1994DocumentaryPerformer in Clip from ‘Ziegfeld Follies’ (uncredited)Archive Footage
TV Guide: 40th Anniversary Special1993TV Movie documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
Bob Hope’s Bag Full of Christmas Memories1993TV SpecialHerselfArchive Footage
Bob Hope: The First 90 Years1993TV Movie documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
Lucy and Desi: A Home Movie1993TV Movie documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
The Carol Burnett Show: A Reunion1993TV Movie documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
Fame in the Twentieth Century1993TV Series documentaryHerself (uncredited)Archive Footage
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1992TV SeriesHerselfArchive Footage
Legends of Comedy1992TV Movie documentaryArchive Footage
Funny Women of Television1991TV Movie documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
Babalu Music! I Love Lucy’s Greatest Hits1991VideoLucy RicardoArchive Footage
I Love Lucy: The Very First Show1990TV MovieLucy Ricardo / HerselfArchive Footage
Bob Hope’s Love Affair with Lucy1989TV MovieHerselfArchive Footage
Murphy Brown1989TV SeriesHerself / opening creditsArchive Footage
Entertaining the Troops1988DocumentaryHerselfArchive Footage
TV’s Funniest Game Show Moments1984TV SpecialHerselfArchive Footage
Hollywood Out-takes and Rare Footage1983DocumentaryHerself (uncredited)Archive Footage
Showbiz Goes to War1982TV MovieArchive Footage
Hollywood: The Gift of Laughter1982TV Movie documentaryActress – Unidentified Film (uncredited)Archive Footage
Henry Fonda: The Man and His Movies1982TV Movie documentaryActress in ‘The Big Street’ (uncredited)Archive Footage
Red Skelton: A Comedy Scrapbook1981Video documentaryMadame DuBarry-DuBarry was a LadyArchive Footage
Bob Hope’s Overseas Christmas Tours: Around the World with the Troops – 1941-19721980TV Movie documentaryHerselfArchive Footage
The 31st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1979TV SpecialHerselfArchive Footage
Good Old Days Part II1978TV SpecialHerselfArchive Footage
Texaco Presents: A Quarter Century of Bob Hope on Television1975TV SpecialHerselfArchive Footage
The Big Parade of Comedy1964DocumentaryJulie Hampton in ‘Meet the People’Archive Footage
Hollywood Without Make-Up1963DocumentaryHerselfArchive Footage
The Ed Sullivan Show1958TV SeriesHerselfArchive Footage
Hollywood Bound1947Edited from: A Night at the Biltmore BowlArchive Footage

Lucille Ball Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieCategory
2007Legacy of Laughter AwardTV Land Awards The award was presented posthumously to Lucille Ball. Her children Desi Arnaz Jr. and Lucie Arnaz … MoreWon
1997OFTA TV Hall of FameOnline Film & Television AssociationActors and ActressesWon
1990Desert Palm Achievement AwardPalm Springs International Film FestivalWon
1989Career Achievement AwardTelevision Critics Association AwardsWon
1989Governor’s AwardPrimetime Emmy AwardsWon
1988Woman of the YearHasty Pudding Theatricals, USAWon
1987Lifetime Achievement Award in ComedyAmerican Comedy Awards, USAWon
1979Cecil B. DeMille AwardGolden Globes, USAWon
1977Crystal AwardWomen in Film Crystal AwardsWon
1973Golden AppleGolden Apple AwardsFemale Star of the YearWon
1968Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsFemale Comedy PerformanceYours, Mine and Ours (1968)Won
1968Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy SeriesThe Lucy Show (1962)Won
1967Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy SeriesThe Lucy Show (1962)Won
1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameMotion PictureOn 8 February 1960. At 6436 Hollywood Blvd.Won
1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameTelevisionOn 8 February 1960. At 6100 Hollywood Blvd.Won
1956Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsBest Actress – Continuing PerformanceI Love Lucy (1951)Won
1953Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsBest ComedienneWon
2007Legacy of Laughter AwardTV Land Awards The award was presented posthumously to Lucille Ball. Her children Desi Arnaz Jr. and Lucie Arnaz … MoreNominated
1997OFTA TV Hall of FameOnline Film & Television AssociationActors and ActressesNominated
1990Desert Palm Achievement AwardPalm Springs International Film FestivalNominated
1989Career Achievement AwardTelevision Critics Association AwardsNominated
1989Governor’s AwardPrimetime Emmy AwardsNominated
1988Woman of the YearHasty Pudding Theatricals, USANominated
1987Lifetime Achievement Award in ComedyAmerican Comedy Awards, USANominated
1979Cecil B. DeMille AwardGolden Globes, USANominated
1977Crystal AwardWomen in Film Crystal AwardsNominated
1973Golden AppleGolden Apple AwardsFemale Star of the YearNominated
1968Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsFemale Comedy PerformanceYours, Mine and Ours (1968)Nominated
1968Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy SeriesThe Lucy Show (1962)Nominated
1967Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy SeriesThe Lucy Show (1962)Nominated
1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameMotion PictureOn 8 February 1960. At 6436 Hollywood Blvd.Nominated
1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameTelevisionOn 8 February 1960. At 6100 Hollywood Blvd.Nominated
1956Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsBest Actress – Continuing PerformanceI Love Lucy (1951)Nominated
1953Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsBest ComedienneNominated