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Lucy Show, The- Lost Episodes Marathon (1967)
Starring: Lucille Ball, Milton Berle, Carol Burnett, George Burns, John Wayne
Director: Ralph Levy
Category: Comedy, Classic
Studio: Laserlight
100 mins



In the late 1940's when television as we know it was just beginning, the producers, directors and stars were all flying by the seat of their collective pants. From day to day, they were all guessing, even the Network executives. But soon, two performers began to stand out from all the rest. They were Milton Berle and Lucille Ball. Lucy went on to star in five TV sitcoms, one of which was The Lucy Show. In these romps with the likes of John Wayne, Carol Burnett, George Burns and Milton Berle. The Lucy Show was the third series to which Lucille Ball used to dominate the Monday line-up on CBS. The Lucy Show like her earlier series, I Love Lucy, ran six fun-filled seasons, and stayed in the TOP 10 in the ratings for its entire run.