Gale Gordon


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VIDEO: Lucy and the French Movie Star

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Lucy and the French Movie Star
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Length: 24:47
Aired: 9/25/1967

A European movie company fronted by a famous French movie actor comes to Los Angeles to set up shop. Mr. Mooney's plans to land their account are nearly scuttled when Lucy becomes inebriated on French champagne. watch

VIDEO: Lucy Meets the Berles

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Lucy Meets the Berles
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Length: 24:46
Aired: 9/11/1967

Lucy moonlights as Milton Berle's secretary. She overhears Milton rehearsing a torrid love scene, thinks that the comedian is cheating on his wife, and plots a suitable retaliation. watch

VIDEO: Lucy and Harry's Memoirs

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Lucy and Harry's Memoirs
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Length: 25:17
Aired: 3/5/1973

Lucy and Harry re-live some of their funniest experiences on “Here’s Lucy”. watch


Here's Lucy: Lucy Gets Her Man
Here's Lucy: Season 3
Here's Lucy: Lucy Goes On Her Last Bli
Here's Lucy: Lucy And Joan Rivers Do J

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Speedway (1968)
Speedway (1929)
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Speedway [HD]

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Lucy and Harry's Memoirs
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The Not So Popular Mechanics
Lucy and Harry's Pot

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Year Title Description
1989 The 'Burbs Movie, Actor - Walter
1986 Life with Lucy TV Show Series, Actor - Curtis McGibbon
1968 Here's Lucy TV Show Series, Actor - Harrison Carter
1968 Speedway Movie, Actor - R.W. Hepworth
1965 Sergeant Deadhead Movie, Actor - Capt. Weiskopf

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Know anything about Pete and ...

Question: Know anything about Pete and Gladys? It starred Harry Morgan.

Answer: That I do — and since you don't know, Jack, I'm happy to fill you in. Mr. Morgan (M*A*S*H) first played the character, Pete Porter, on the CBS comedy December Bride, which ran from October 1954 to April 1961 and starred Spring Byington (Laramie) as a lovable mother-in-law living with her daughter (Frances Rafferty) and son-in-law (Dean Miller). Pete was the sarcastic neighbor who always came over to complain about his wife, Gladys, who was never actually seen. The griping worked — he proved such a hit with the audience that the network gave him his own show.

In September 1960, Pete and Gladys hit the airwaves with Cara Williams as the ditzy Gladys and, among others, Verna Felton as her friend Hilda and Gale Gordon ( read more

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