1941
"A Girl, A Guy and a Gob"
A Desert Willow Aussie Production
Starring

Lucille Ball & Chub Sullivan


Lucy & Sullivan

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ACTOR: Lucille Ball
PLAYS: "Dot"
Red Tri Female

New Home: Charlie & Jeanette - Tesuque, New Mexico



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ACTOR: George Murphy
PLAYS: "Coffee Cup"
Black Tri Male

New Home: Timothy & Valerie - Chandler, Arizona




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ACTOR: Kathleen Howard
PLAYS: Jawme Duncan
Blue Merle Female

New Home: Brad - Virginia Beach, Virgina





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ACTOR: George Cleveland
PLAYS: "Pokey Pop" Duncan
Red Tri Male

New Home: Christine - Rockford, Illinois
Owner of THREE Desert Willow Aussies






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ACTOR: Frank McGlynn Sr.
PLAYS: "Panky" Pankington
Blue Merle Male

New Home: Nina - Novi, Michigan






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ACTOR: "Mady" Correll
PLAYS: Cora
Red Tri Female

New Home: Matt & Anne - Albuquerque, New Mexico






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ACTOR: "Nella" Walker
PLAYS: Mrs. Grange
Red Merle Female

New Home: John & Acacia - Roswell, New Mexico






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ACTOR: "Effie" Anderson
PLAYS:
Marriage Bureau Clerk
Blue Merle Female

New Home: Jerry & Elizabeth - Mahomet, Illinois






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ACTOR: Henry Travers
PLAYS: "Able" Martin
Red Tri Male

New Home: David & Linda - Albuquerque, New Mexico

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- IMDb Mini Biography By: Tommy Peter
The woman who will always be remembered as the crazy, accident-prone, lovable Lucy Ricardo was born Lucille Desiree Ball on August 6, 1911 in Jamestown, New York. Her father died before she was four, and her mother worked several jobs, so she and her younger brother were raised by their grandparents. Always willing to take responsibility for her brother and young cousins, she was a restless teenager who yearned to "make some noise". She entered a dramatic school in New York City, but while her classmate Bette Davis received all the raves, she was sent home; "too shy". She found some work modeling for Hattie Carnegie's and, in 1933, she was chosen to be a "Goldwyn Girl" and appear in the film Roman Scandals (1933).

She was put under contract to RKO Radio Pictures and several small roles, including one in Top Hat (1935), followed. Eventually, she received starring roles in B-pictures and, occasionally, a good role in an A-picture, like in Stage Door (1937) or The Big Street (1942). While filming Too Many Girls (1940), she met and fell madly in love with a young Cuban actor-musician named Desi Arnaz. Despite different personalities, lifestyles, religions and ages (he was six years younger), he fell hard, too, and after a passionate romance, they eloped and were married in November 1940. Lucy soon switched to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, where she got better roles in films such as Du Barry Was a Lady (1943); Best Foot Forward (1943) and the Katharine Hepburn-Spencer Tracy vehicle Without Love (1945). In 1948, she took a starring role in the radio comedy "My Favorite Husband", in which she played the scatterbrained wife of a Midwestern banker. In 1950, CBS came knocking with the offer of turning it into a television series. After convincing the network brass to let Desi play her husband and to sign over the rights to and creative control over the series to them, work began on the most popular and universally beloved sitcom of all time.

With I Love Lucy (1951), she and Dezi pioneered the 3-camera technique now the standard in filming sitcoms, and the concept of syndicating television programs. She was also the first woman to own her own studio as the head of Desilu Productions. Lucille Ball died at home, age 77, of an acute aortic aneurysm on April 26, 1989 in Beverly Hills, California.


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