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LUCY SHOW Vol 3: Classic TV - 7 Episodes - NEW DVD

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DVD, HD DVD & Blu-ray

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Condition:

Brand New

Format:

DVD

Region:

DVD: 1 (US, CA)

Rating:

NR

Genre:

Television Shows

UPC:

096009065799

Release Date:

03/04/2003

Leading Role:

Lucille Ball

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More than a week ago

Item number:

40449283

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LUCY VOLUME 3 Running from 1962-68, THE LUCY SHOW continued the beloved slapstick tradition Lucille Ball established on I LOVE LUCY. This time around, she portrayed a widow living in suburban Connecticut with her 2 sons, her divorced friend Vivian, and Vivian's young son. In 1965, the show moves to San Francisco. Episodes included in this volume: "Lucy and Paul Winchell," "Lucy Gets Caught in the Draft," "Lucy Flies to London," "Lucy and Pat Collins," "Little Old Lady," "Viv Visits Lucy," "Lucy Meets Tennessee Ernie Ford."
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