Stars Desi Arnaz as a South American athlete tapped by Princeton's football team to join its squad. The one condition is that he remain undercover until the season begins, forcing him to forgo women. Half-mad from deprivation, he shrugs off Princeton's heavy hand and agrees to join three football buddies hired to secretly chaperone a wealthy man's willful daughter (Ball) to a small, co-ed college in New Mexico. There the boys join the school's football team and immediately make it a success of course, they also pitch woo to some comely young ladies.
A movie star becomes caught up in a national scandal when she attends a prep school dance. Based on the successful Broadway show!
Thousands Cheer movie trailer - starring Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Mary Astor, Gene Kelly, Lucille Ball, Kathryn Grayson. Directed by George Sidney. Genre: Musical
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From heaven, Flo Ziegfeld envisions a revue with every major star playing a part. Star-studded MGM musical!
Here's Lucy clip - starring Lucille Ball, Gale Gordon, Lucie Arnaz.
Here's Lucy: Season One clip - starring Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Jr., Gale Gordon, Lucie Arnaz.
A washroom attendant fantasizes that he is Louis XV of France. Songs by Cole Porter and a great cast!
An American football hero falls for a beautiful fashion model in Paris. Jerome Kern score, including "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes"!
Classic Irving Berlin musical about a young woman who mistakenly believes that the American dancer romancing her is married to her best friend. Academy Award Best Picture nominee!
Soldier Eddy (Gene Kelly) has requested a transfer in order to impress singer girlfriend Kathryn (Grayson), which isn't going to work out but in the meantime, a famous early Kelly routine set to a popular tune from 1910, in MGM's Thousands Cheer, 1944.
End of the credits proclaiming the first movie appearance of MGM stalwart to-be Jose Iturbi, conducting for singer Kathryn (Grayson) from Verdi's La Traviata, her divorced parents (Mary Astor, John Boles) in the concert hall, opening MGM's patriotic all-star musical Thousands Cheer, 1944.
Teen soprano Kathryn (Grayson) has returned from a long-awaited date with her career-military father (John Boles), whom her mother (Mary Astor) somehow finds dull, but she has a plan to get them together, meantime cute-meeting soldier Eddy (Gene Kelly), early in MGM's Thousands Cheer, 1944.
Legendary Lucille Ball heads an all-star cast in her final feature film appearance. This lush screen adaptation of the Broadway musical hit "Auntie Mame" continues the story of the eccentric Mame who believes that "life is a banquet and most poor suckers are starving to death." Co-starring Oscar-nominee Robert Preston ("Victor/Victoria") and TV's "Golden Girl" Beatrice Arthur.
Lucille Ball, in her final feature film appearance, plays Auntie Mame, loving life and living it to the hilt with her nephew and assorted eccentrics in tow.
The population explosion occurs when widowed Navy nurse Helen North (Ball) meets handsome Naval officer and widower Frank Beardsley (Fonda). They have much in common, too much in fact, she has eight kids and he has ten and when they tie the knot, anarchy reigns in the Beardsley-North merger. The opposing camps of step-siblings do all they can to sabotage each other and their parents' union. But, through it all, mother lovingly cares for her "troops," while father patiently coaches his coming-of-age kids in more delicate matters, and resentment soon gives way to respect and something bigger than anyone could have imagined!
Comic luminaries Bob Hope and Lucille Ball play husband and wife in a humorous tale about a scathing theater critic who must review a new play... written by his wife. Co-starring Rip Torn ("The Larry Sanders Show"), and based on a play by Ira Levin ("Rosemary's Baby").
Bob Hope and Lucille Ball play husband and wife in a humorous tale about a scathing theater critic who must review a new play... written by his wife.
TV's greatest comedy duo, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, star in this madcap comedy about a research chemist whose dedicated pursuit of a new pesticide wreaks havoc on his marriage. Feeling neglected, his frustrated wife teams up with guardian angel James Mason, whose advice to help rekindle their marriage leads to hilarious antics. Starring multiple Emmy-winner Ball and Arnaz (TV's "I Love Lucy"), and Oscar- nominees Mason ("North by Northwest," "Lolita") and Louis Calhern ("The Asphalt Jungle"). With Natalie Schaefer (Mrs. Howell from TV's "Gilligan's Island") and Nancy Kulp (Miss Hathaway from TV's "The Beverly Hillbillies").
This episode celebrates the first comediennes to appear on television.
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After Lucy causes them to be late for dinner with Ricky's new boss, he puts her on a tight schedule.
Ricky and Fred are going to do a show for the Army troops at Fort Dix.
The Ricardos sell their old washing machine to the Mertzes after they buy a new one. It's the Ricardos vs. the Mertzes when it breaks down before the Mertzes pay for it.
Lucy and Harry re-live some of their funniest experiences on “Here’s Lucy”.
Lucy and her girlfriends begin a strict crash diet, tempted all the while by Harry’s complete gourmet dinner reposing in Lucy’s refrigerator.
Lucy takes a course in mechanics because the teacher is cute, then ignorantly applied techniques she should have learned to destroy Harry’s classic Rolls Royce.
Lucy makes a mess of a ceramic workshop while learning to spin the potter’s wheel in an attempt to replace a valued vase of Harry’s that she broke.
Lucy buys into a frozen milk stand as an investment, and ends up being the leader of a band of penguins who escaped from the zoo.
Lucy believes that her daughter, Kim is dating an older college professor and begins a campus campaign to curtail that activity.jm ,
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Lucy goes to prison to obtain information from absent-minded robber Elsa Lanchester.
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Lucy buys a reproduction of a famous antique chair, unaware it’s worth more than $5,000. Robert Cummings guests as the convincing antique dealer who tries to get it back.
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