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  • Sherry is an ADVENTURE IN THIS WORLD, and I do believe she could be described as Lucille Ball -- with an edge and ...

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  • 1911: Lucille Ball aka Lucy Ricardo is born, paving the way for countless parodies of the "grape stomping" and "candy factory" episodes of "I Love Lucy":

    Old School Thursday: Logical Conclusion Edition

  • The nationally televised event, featuring entertainers such as Lucille Ball, Ethel Merman and Helen Hayes, made headlines across the country when Eisenhower used it to speak out against the anti-Communist efforts led by Sen. Joseph McCarthy (R-Wis.).

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  • As the house bunny in question, the Baltimore-born actress Faris channels a ditzy Marilyn M. and iconic humor queens from other eras, such as Lucille Ball and Carol Burnett, to update the archetype/cliche of the seemingly clueless but formidable sex kitten.

    Brad Balfour: Comic Actress Anna Faris Finds Herself in House Bunny

  • He revelled in the fun of hotel, casino and stage ownership, throwing countless parties, even chartering planes to fly in friends, such as Lucille Ball, to share his enjoyment at ringside. '

    Sinatra The Man Behind the Myth

  • The current logo features a monk and a Latin phrase "Before all, brotherhood" -- which doesn't represent the nature or mission of the Friars Club - particularly since they began including women such as Lucille Ball and Liza Minelli as Friars as early as the 1950s.

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  • But it was American stars such as Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett, Lily Tomlin, and Gilda Radner who were her trailblazers.

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  • She rubbed elbows with major stars such as Lucille Ball, Lauren Bacall, Burl Ives, Dinah Shore and Robert Goulet.

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  • My mother... is a cross between Coco Chanel, Auntie Mame and Lucille Ball, with Syd Charisse's legs...

    Blue Carreon: A Conversation With Handbag Designer Fiona Kotur

  • 'Mannix: The Fifth Season' This CBS detective series, which ran from 1967 to 1975, was the final show produced by Desilu Productions the production company of Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball.

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