I Love Lucy, Here's Lucy and cast members

Pictures from the "I Love Lucy Show" "Here's Lucy" along with pictures of family members, cast members and guests.
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Lucy and Desi and kittens.
Lucy and Desi and kittens.
two women and a child are sitting on top of a donkey while another woman stands behind them
Lucille Ball, Keith Thibodeaux and June Haver on The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour episode, "Lucy Hunts Uranium". June Haver (June 10, 1926 - July 4, 2005) died on this date 19 years ago. R.I.P.
Vivian Vance Dodds and her husband John Dodds Ethel Mertz, Rue Mcclanahan, William Frawley, I Love Lucy Show, Vivian Vance, Lucy And Ricky, Classic Film Stars, Movie Actors
Vivian Vance Dodds and her husband John Dodds
Ray Ferrell
a. k. a. Bruce Ramsey
24Aug 1948 - 25Aug 2006
R.I.P. Cast Member, A K, It Cast
Ray Ferrell a. k. a. Bruce Ramsey 24Aug 1948 - 25Aug 2006 R.I.P.
an old black and white photo of a woman
Remembering Janet Waldo (February 4, 1920 - June 12, 2016) on what would have been her 104th Birthday. She guest starred on The I Love Lucy episode, "The Young Fans."
an old black and white photo of a man and woman sitting on a chair together
Lucille Ball on The Ed Sullivan Show.
an old black and white photo of two people standing next to each other in front of a brick wall
Gale Gordon, Lucy and her daughter Lucie Arnaz on Here's Lucy.
an old black and white photo of a woman speaking in front of a large crowd
Desi Arnaz entertaining the troops at The Hollywood Canteen in 1943.
Lucy and Vivian Celebrities Laughing, Celebrity Stars
Lucy and Vivian
two women standing next to each other in front of a mirror
a man sitting at a table in front of a sign that says tropicana and orchestra
an old black and white photo of some people in a room with equipment on the ceiling
Lucy and Desi on the set.
an old black and white photo of two people in formal wear posing for the camera
On May 6, 1957, the final "I Love Lucy" aired. "The Ricardos Dedicate a Statue" was the 180th episode. The final line, delivered by Lucy, is the appropriately weary "Shoot if you must this old redhead." Early American Decorating, English Sheepdog Puppy, The Lawrence Welk Show, Old English Sheepdog Puppy, Sheep Dog Puppy, Captain Kangaroo
On May 6, 1957, the final "I Love Lucy" aired. "The Ricardos Dedicate a Statue" was the 180th episode. The final line, delivered by Lucy, is the appropriately weary "Shoot if you must this old redhead."
an old black and white photo of two people playing pool
Ernie Kovacs and Lucille Ball in The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour Episode, "Lucy Meets The Mustache." This was the very last episode of the series and the last time all principal actors worked together.