‘I Love Lucy’ Writer

April 22, 2011 by staff 

‘I Love Lucy’ Writer, Madelyn Pugh Davis, a writer of the classic comedy “I Love Lucy,” died Wednesday at her home in Bel-Air. She cooked some of the wackiest situations in the history of television.

If the word “Vitameatavegamin” means anything to you, thanks to Madelyn Pugh Davis.

She created the scenario in which Lucille Ball film a commercial for that nasty – and very alcoholic – a health tonic in several, more fun, here.

Davis is responsible for other famous Lucy tricks, too: the episode finds her stomping knees, then in wrestling, grapes, and accelerated the assembly line at the chocolate factory, leaving Lucy and its neighbor Ethel stuffing sweets into her mouth to try to keep pace.

Years after the turn comedy eternal syndication, Madelyn Davis thought was a ball game anything she suggested. Davis and her husband collaborated on subsequent plays, including “The Mothers-in-Law” with Eve Arden and Kaye Ballard and Alice “with Linda Lavin.

But her comic inspiration has much to do with why she still loves Lucy. Madelyn Pugh Davis was 90 years old when he died.

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