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The Lucy Show [1966]

Length:600 minutes
(10 hours 0 minute)
MPAA Rating:UR
Sorting Category:TV Show
IMDB Rating:7.2/10
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Synopsis: The wacky misadventures of a forever scheming woman, her reluctant best friend and her cantankerous boss.

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Select Guest Cast
Bartlett Robinson => Mr. Wilkins (Lucy Gets Trapped)
William Lanteau => Floorwalker (Lucy Gets Trapped)
Ben Wrigley => Ticket Agent (Lucy Flies to London)
Walter Burke => Cockney (Lucy Flies to London)
Carole Cook => Effie Higgins (Lucy and Tennessee Ernie Ford)
Robert Easton => Iffie (Lucy and Tennessee Ernie Ford)
Tennessee Ernie Ford => Homer Higgins (Lucy and Tennessee Ernie Ford)
Claude Akins => Lt. Finch (Lucy Meets the Law)
Iris Adrian => Hard Head Hogan (Lucy Meets the Law)
Dan Rowan => Colin Grant (Lucy and Carol in Palm Springs)
Jonathan Hole => Mr. Haskell (Lucy and Carol in Palm Springs)
Dennis Day => Cornelius Heatherington Jr. (Little Old Lucy)
Roy Roberts => Harrison Cheever (Little Old Lucy)
Don Beddoe => Mr. Barmarche (Lucy and the Ring-a-Ding Ring)
Ed Begley => Andrew Bailey (Lucy the Bean Queen)
Richard Jury => Addison the Bean Salesman (Lucy the Bean Queen)
Elvia Allman => Miss Allman (Lucy the Babysitter)
Mary Wickes => Mrs. Winslow (Lucy the Babysitter)
Frankie Avalon => Tommy Cheever (Lucy and the Starmaker)
Lew Parker => Mr. Nelson Penrose (Lucy and the Starmaker)
Fred Stromsoe => Louie (Lucy Meets Sheldon Leonard)
George Sawaya => Pete (Lucy Meets Sheldon Leonard)
Harvey Parry => Harry (Lucy Meets Sheldon Leonard)
Sheldon Leonard => Himself (Lucy Meets Sheldon Leonard)
Hal Smith => Mr. Weber (Main Street U.S.A.)
John William Sublett => John Bubbles (Main Street U.S.A.)
Mel Tormé => Mel Tinker (Main Street U.S.A.)
Jack Benny => Himself (Lucy Gets Jack Benny's Account)
Jim Nabors => Pvt. Gomer Pyle  (Lucy Gets Caught Up in the Draft)
John J. Fox => Patrolman McLeod (as John Red Fox) (Viv Visits Lucy)
Vivian Vance => Vivian Bunson (Viv Visits Lucy)
Phil Silvers => Oliver Kasten (Lucy and the Efficiency Expert)
Tol Avery => Mr. Grantland (Lucy and the Efficiency Expert)
Robert Carson [II] => Commander Bill Moore (Lucy and the Submarine)
Roy Roberts => Admiral (Lucy and the Submarine)
Robert Goulet => Chuck Willis (Lucy and Robert Goulet)
Roger Pearsall => Musician (Lucy Gets a Roommate)
Select Cast and Crew
Jack Donohue => Director
Maury Thompson => Director
Alan J. Levitt => Writer
Dick Bensfield => Writer
Douglas Morrow => Writer
Elroy Schwartz => Writer
Fred S. Fox => Writer
Milt Josefsberg => Writer
Perry Grant => Writer
Phil Leslie => Writer
Ray Singer => Writer
Robert O'Brien => Writer
Seaman Jacobs => Writer
Al Torrieri => Musician (as Al Torre)
Carol Burnett => Carol Bradford
Dino Natali => Mel
Don Germano => Musician (as Dom Germano)
Gale Gordon => Mr. Theodore J. Mooney
George DeNormand => Clerk (uncredited) / Customer
Joan Swift => Laurie / Woman Passenger / Dottie
Joe Pesci => Lead Musician (uncredited)
Lucie Arnaz => Dorothy, Teenager
Lucille Ball => Lucy Carmichael
Mary Jane Croft => Mary Jane Lewis
Paul Winchell => Himself / Doc Putman
Ray Kellogg => Cop
Roy Roberts => Mr. Winfield Cheever
Sid Gould => Mailman / Committee Man / 1st Furniture Delivery Man / Messenger
Tilio Russo => Musician (as Attillo Risso)
William Meader => Clerk (uncredited)

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • Jim Nabors makes an appearance as Gomer Pyle in the episode {Lucy Gets Caught up in the Draft<*>.
  • In the episode {Lucy Gets Trapped}, the address Lucy gives as her apartment address, 780 N. Gower Street Hollywood, was the real address of the Desilu Productions building.
  • Almost 2 years after the episode {Main Street U.S.A.} aired, in December 1968, Paul Winchell voiced Tigger and Hal Smith voiced Owl in the Disney short, Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day.