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more classic "Lucy" moments

  • Aug 1, 2003
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I LOVE LUCY continues on DVD with the 7th volume of episodes from the historic first season.

"The Gossip" - Lucy and Ethel make a wager with Ricky and Fred about who is the biggest gossip. The wager culminates with the nervous young milkman becoming a part of one of Lucy's kooky capers!

"Pioneer Women" - Lucy and Ethel want to buy a dishwasher, but the boys won't have it. They decide to live as they would in the early 1900's (no electricity, baking your own food, etc) and see who will crack first. Lucy and Ethel love the period clothing, but how on earth will they get through a giant loaf of rye-bread?!!!

"The Marriage License" - To her horror, Lucy discovers on her marriage certificate that Ricky's last name was misspelled as 'Bacardi'. This prompts her to think that her marriage to Ricky was illegal, so she decides to marry him all over again, starting with the proposal!

"The Kleptomaniac" - Lucy is busy gathering and organising items for a big charity auction, but Ricky thinks that she has turned into a thieving criminal!

Starring Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Vivian Vance and William Frawley. The DVD includes restored elements, bonus footage, an episode of the "My Favorite Husband" radio show, flubs and guest-cast information. (Single-sided, single-layer disc).

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Byron has been actively involved in theatre since the age of 12. He has had a great variety of roles (both on-stage and off). In addition he has hosted the long-running "Show Business" programme … more
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In VOLUME SEVEN of I LOVE LUCY: SEASON ONE, laugh out loud as Lucy tries to keep a secret in "Gossip," bakes a giant loaf of bread in "Pioneer Woman," tries to re-marry Ricky in "The Marriage License" and steals some "Mad Money" in "The Kleptomaniac."
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Genre: Comedy
Studio: Paramount
DVD Release Date: July 1, 2003

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