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Hey look me over

Song lyrics to Hey look me over from the 1960 Broadway musical Wildcat, originally sung by Lucille Ball
Song lyrics to Hey look me over from the 1960 Broadway musical Wildcat, originally sung by Lucille Ball Hey look me over, lend me an earFresh out of clover, mortgage up to hereDon’t pass the plate folks, don’t pass the cupI figure whenever you’re down and out, the...
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The Carol Burnett Show season 1, episode 4

The Carol Burnett Show season 1, episode 4 – guest stars Lucille Ball and Tim Conway, Gloria Loring originally aired October 2, 1967 In the Carol Burnett Show season 1, episode 4, Lucille Ball and Tim Conway guest star in this episode. Highlights include a sketch in which...
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Swing Out Sweet Land

Swing Out Sweet Land (1970) starring John Wayne and a host of celebrities Swing Out Sweet Land is John Wayne’s tribute to the United States of America. It’s a star-studded tribute to America starring John Wayne, Lorne Greene, William Shatner, Dan Blocker, Michael Landon, Ann-Margret, Lucille Ball, Jack...
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Having Wonderful Time

Having Wonderful Time (1938) starring Ginger Rogers, Douglas Fairbanks Jr. In Having Wonderful Time, Ginger Rogers is an overworked New York office girl. She seeks 2 weeks of rest and relaxation at a camp in the Catskills. She’s definitely not a happy camper because of the crowded and...
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A McGillicuddy is Here [song lyrics]

Song lyrics to A McGillicuddy is Here from the I Love Lucy episode, Lucy Goes to Scotland, performed by Lucille Ball, Larry Orenstein, townspeople Mayor: Aye, that you are! There never was a McGillicuddy could dance worth a hoot! Oh! Aye, do you know what that means, lads?...
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Lucille Ball RKO Comedy Collection Volume 1

Editorial review of Lucille Ball RKO Comedy Collection Volume 1, courtesy of Amazon.com  Long before she was crowned the queen of TV, Lucille Ball reigned as the “queen of the Bs” for RKO pictures, appearing in over 43 films. This collection brings together three rarely seen treasures from Lucy’s...
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Too Many Girls

Too Many Girls (1940), starring Lucille Ball, Richard Carlson, Desi Arnaz, Ann Miller, Eddie Bracken, Frances Langford, Hal Le Roy Synopsis Spoiled heiress Connie Casey (Lucille Ball) goes off to college. Unknown to her, her father secretly sends along four Ivy League football stars as her bodyguards. In...
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Lucille Ball Film Collection

Lucille Ball Film Collection (Dance Girl Dance / The Big Street / Du Barry Was a Lady / Critic’s Choice / Mame) Editorial review, courtesy of Amazon.com Offering an abundance of vintage Hollywood entertainment, the five films included in The Lucille Ball Film Collection cover a broad spectrum...
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Next Time I Marry [Lucille Ball]

Next Time I Marry (1938) starring Lucille Ball, James Ellison , Lee Bowman, Granville Bates Synopsis of Next Time I Marry In Next Time I Marry, an heiress can only obtain a multi million-dollar inheritance by marrying an American citizen. Despite being in love with a handsome foreigner,...
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