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LOVING LUCY
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LOVING LUCY VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

(1997 - 2000)

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LOVING LUCY '97:
Mary Jane Croft appears on a panel moderated by
Lucy's film archivist, Stuart Shostak. Mary Jane
explains how her "Lucy Show" character evolved.

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LOVING LUCY '98:
We Love Lucy President Thomas J. Watson presents
Mary Jane Croft with the club's first "Lifetime of Excellence"
Award at the Opening Night Ceremonies. Robert Rockwell,
Mary Jane's co-star on "Our Miss Brooks," is on the left in
the clip.
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LOVING LUCY '98:
Fan club member Ron Paul asks Dick Martin
during a "Lucy Show" reunion panel discussion
about the episode in which Lucy had to work with
an elephant. Series writers Bob Carroll, Jr. and
Madelyn Davis add insight to the story as well.
Stuart Shostak is the moderator.
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LOVING LUCY '99:
The Saturday Evening Banquet Show, featuring the multi-talented
Suzanne LaRusch as Lucy Ricardo and the equally engaging
Adrian Israel as husband Ricky. The show took place on the SS
Constitution (between the "Second Honeymoon" and "Lucy Meets
the Queen" episodes). Also starring were the Borden Sisters
(Teensy and Weensy, pictured above), and Rhonda Richards as
Ethel Mertz.

In this clip, Lucy schemes to get into the cruise's stage show,
with a little help from a very special guest star!
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LOVING LUCY '99:
Lucie Arnaz appears on a panel
moderated by club President Tom Watson
and sums up memories of her mother
on and off screen.

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LOVING LUCY '99:
Appearing on the same panel as above, Lucy's protege Carole
Cook talks about Lucie helping her get acting work at Desilu.
(Note: Moderator Tom Watson is at left, above.)

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LOVING LUCY '99:
Keith Thibodeaux (Little Ricky), seen here with
Doris singleton (Carolyn Appleby) talks about
how he was cast in I Love Lucy. Stuart Shostak
is the moderator of this panel discussion.

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LOVING LUCY '99:
Another clip from the same panel discussion as above,
this one featuring both Keith and Doris Singleton
discussing their work on the I Love Lucy "Superman"
episode with George Reeves.

(Note: photo above, left to right: Stuart Shostak, Marilyn
and Roz Borden, Bart Braverman (the shoeshine boy in
"Lucy Gets Homesick in Italy"), Keith Thibodeaux, and
Doris Singleton.)

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LOVING LUCY '99:
The Borden Sisters talk about meeting Lucy and how
they were written into the episode, "Tennessee Bound".

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LOVING LUCY 2000:
A reunion for guest actors appearing on I Love Lucy!
The Saturday Evening Banquet Show, written by club
President Tom Watson, features Eve Whitney ("How do
you do?"), Shirley Mitchell (Marion Strong), and Janet
Waldo ("Keep jiggling, Peggy!") as guest stars.

Suzanne LaRusch once again plays Lucy, and Roberta
Wall is Ethel.

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LOVING LUCY 2000:
"Lucy Fans are Fabulous: The Ultimate I Love Lucy Game Show,"
a full-fledged TV quiz show simulation with host Stuart Shostak.

Celebrity guests Jimmy Garrett (The Lucy Show) and Donovan
Scott (Life with Lucy) captained teams of Lucy trivia experts,
with the winners each taking home more than $800 in prizes!
Over $5000 in prizes was given out over the course of the event!
The six finalists (narrowed down from over 250 contestants in
the audience) in this clip include Mike Broad, Karilyn Steward,
Pam Pelisano, Eva Roberts, Neil Wilburn, and Larry Pane.
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