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Her Husband’s Affairs

Her Husband's Affairs, starring Lucille Ball and Franchot Tone
Her Husband’s Affairs (1947), starring Lucille Ball, Franchot Tone Her Husband’s Affairs is a comedy starring Lucille Ball as Margaret Weldon, a wife who is constantly trying to help her husband, ad man William Weldon (played by Franchot Tone) — who doesn’t want the help.  This is leading...
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Follow the Fleet

Follow the Fleet (1936) starring Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Randolph Scott, Harriet Hilliard
Editorial review of Follow the Fleet (1936) starring Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Randolph Scott, Harriet Hilliard courtesy of Amazon.com Of the nine films Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers completed for RKO Pictures, Follow the Fleet falls short of the top echelon. Coming between series peaks Top Hat and Swing Time, Fleet repeats the mistake (ala Flying Down...
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Five Came Back

Five Came Back (1939) starring Lucille Ball, Chester Morris, John Carradine, Allen Jenkins, C. Aubrey Smith
Five Came Back (1939) starring Lucille Ball, Chester Morris, John Carradine, Allen Jenkins, C. Aubrey Smith Twelve people are aboard Coast Air Line’s flagship the Silver Queen.  They’re en route to South America when the airplane encounters a storm and is blown off course. The plane crashes into...
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Fancy Pants (1950) starring Lucille Ball and Bob Hope

Fancy Pants, starring Lucille Ball and Bob Hope
Editorial Review of Fancy Pants, starring Bob Hope and Lucille Ball, courtesy of Amazon.com Bob Hope is up to his classic shenanigans in Fancy Pants, a loose remake of the comedy favorite Ruggles of Red Gap. Hope plays Humphrey, an American actor playing a British butler in a hokey play in...
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Dance, Girl, Dance

Dance, Girl, Dance - starring Lucille Ball, Maureen O'Hara, Ralph Bellamy
Dance, Girl, Dance (1940) starring Lucille Ball, Maureen O’Hara Hard-working ballet dancer Judy O’Brien (Maureen O’Hara), and her street-wise gal-pal Bubbles (Lucille Ball) work as members of a small-time dance troupe operated by Madame Basilova (Maria Ouspenskaya). The story begins with their dance troupe performing in a seedy...
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Critic’s Choice

Critic's Choice (1963) starring Bob Hope and Lucille Ball
Critic’s Choice (1963) starring Bob Hope and Lucille Ball Critic’s Choice is the final film collaboration between Bob Hope and Lucille Ball and is a comedy/romance dealing with the stress introduced in their characters’ marriage when Lucy’s character (Angela Ballantine) writes a play, and Bob Hope’s character (drama critic Parker Ballantine) dislikes it.  There...
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Lyrics to Mother, What Do I Do Now?

Song lyrics to Mother, What Do I Do Now? sung by Lucille Ball in Dance, Girl, Dance
Song lyrics to Mother, What Do I Do Now? sung by Lucille Ball in Dance, Girl, Dance Music and Lyrics by Chet Forrest and Bob Wright, sung by Lucille Ball in the Bailey Brothers Burlesque Theater I am not a goody-goody, Just a baby in the woody Love has got...
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My Best Girl

My Best Girl lyrics, written by Jerry Herman, performed by Lucille Ball in Mame
My Best Girl lyrics, written by Jerry Herman, performed by Lucille Ball in Mame You’re my best girl and nothing you do is wrong, I’m proud you belong to me; And if a day is rough for me, Having you there’s enough for me. But if someday another...
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If He Walked Into My Life

If He Walked Into My Life, written by Jerry Herman, performed by Lucille Ball in Mame
If He Walked Into My Life, written by Jerry Herman, performed by Lucille Ball in Mame Where’s that boy with the bugle? My little love was always my big romance; Where’s that boy with the bugle? And why did I ever buy him those damn long pants? Did he...
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It’s Today

It's Today lyrics, written by Jerry Herman, performed by Lucille Ball in Mame
It’s Today lyrics, written by Jerry Herman, performed by Lucille Ball in Mame Mame: Light the candles, Get the ice out, Roll the rug up, It’s today. Though it may not be anyone’s birthday, And though it’s far from the first of the year, I know that this very...
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