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    Lucille Ball I Love Lucy and Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour Photos. Included are three 8" x 10" and five 4" x 5" b&w photos and three b&w negatives with corresponding snapshot-size prints, all featuring behind-the-scenes images from the early sitcoms featuring Lucy and husband Desi, cast members William Frawley and Vivian Vance, and children Desi Jr. and Lucie. The shots are from episode #163 ("Little Ricky's School Pageant") of I Love Lucy; and episode #6 ("Lucy Goes to Mexico") of The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour. In Excellent condition.

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    Black & White Photos from the Production of "Little Ricky's School Pageant": Lot of 3 black and white 8 x 10" photos picturing the set and actors from I Love Lucy episode #163, "Little Ricky's School Pageant." One photograph features the complete cast with William Frawley, Vivian Vance (dressed in a fairy costume), Desi Arnaz, and over 20 children in costume. Suspended in mid air above everyone is Lucille Ball, dressed as a witch. Also in the photo (on each side of Vivian Vance) are Pepito Perez and his wife, Joanna. The other photographs document the studio set and picture Keith Thibodeaux a.k.a. Richard Keith (the child actor who portrayed "Little Ricky") during filming of his scenes. Both of these photos also document the film crew, cameras, and audio equipment. The Ricardo living room can be seen in the background of one photograph.

     

    Original Lucille Ball Photos & Negatives: Lot of three original black and white photos and negatives, each featuring Lucille Ball behind-the-scenes on the I Love Lucy set. Two images feature Lucy, in a polka dot dress, posing with an award certificate. The third photo and negative pictures Lucy wearing a solid top and plaid slacks seated in her canvas director's chair and posing with three Radio TV Mirror Awards. Photographs and negatives measure 4" x 5".
     
    Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour Original Photographs:  Lot of five behind-the-scenes shots of Lucille Ball with her children during the production of The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour. photos were taken during the rehearsal and filming of "Lucy Goes To Mexico," the sixth installment which first aired October 6, 1958Two shots feature a beaming mom holding her son, Desi, Jr. on her lap. Another image catches Lucy fixing her daughter's hair. Two other images picture the children backstage riding a donkey and young Lucie observing from the bleachers.

     



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