Lucille Ball Birthday
August 5, 2011 by staff
Lucille Ball Birthday, Hallmark Channel will celebrate what would have been 100th birthday of Lucille Ball with 48 hours of I Love Lucy marathon. He kicked the birthday of Mrs. Ball, Saturday, August 6, 2011 at 6:00 am / 5:00 c and end Monday August 8, 2011 at 6:00 am / 5:00 c.
Fans will not be disappointed with the 48 episodes shown back-to-back every day without even a repeat of view. The marathon will begin with an episode of 1955, from person to person. Get a preview of the program and you can read the full episodes guide HallmarkChannel.com.
Lucille Ball was born on August 6, 1911 in Jamestown, New York. From an early age was attracted by the call of entertainment and 15 spoke of her mother in allowing you to enroll in drama school in New York City, according to biography.com.
It has been nearly 60 years since I Love Lucy first found its way into the hearts and homes of countless fans and show still maintains a level of relevance for today. It was this spectacle that opened the way for the sitcoms of many families that were to follow in the coming years.
I Love Lucy made her home with CBS and remained in the air for six seasons, four of them, reports biography.com as the number one comedy in the country. There was something magical about the spark that was created by the unbeatable combination of Lucy, Ricky, Ethel and Fred would be very difficult to find matched anywhere today. This was a show in the 1950s was to address issues such as marriage, women in the workplace, parenting, childbirth …
Apart from this special marathon event, you can catch repeats of I Love Lucy daily on the Hallmark channel.
To get an inside look at the woman behind this amazing show classic, check out this interview recently published by TV writer Ray Richmond, who conducted the interview with Lucille Ball in 1984 – my lunch with Lucy. Lucille Ball died on April 26, 1989.
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