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I N D E X
1930s
1940s
1950s
1960s
1970s

1960s

1963
Critic's Choice
Directed by:  Don Weis
Cast:  Bob Hope, Marilyn Maxwell, Rip Torn
Lucy's Character:  Angela Ballantine
Summary:  Mr. Ballantine is a critic who must come to review his own wife's play.



1967
A Guide For The Married Man

1968
Yours, Mine and Ours
Directed by:  Melville Shauelson
Cast:  Henry Fonda, Van Johnson
Lucy's Character:  Helen North Beardsley
Summary:  Two widows join their families to form a family of twenty people. Conflicts and confusion occur as one son must leave for the army and many situations occur which reflect on regular family problems of having such a large number of people in one house.
   Henry Fonda starred with Lucille in
The Big Street and was still "deeply in love with her" during the making of Yours, Mine and Ours.

1960
The Facts Of Life
Directed by:  Melvin Frank
Cast:  Bob Hope, Ruth Hussey, Phillip Ober
Lucy's Character:  Kitty Weaver
Summary:  Two people seem to dislike each other until they have some time alone and realize that they were wrong about each other.
Note:  Phil Ober, married to Vivian Vance (of "I Love Lucy") from 1942-1960 appeared in this film.
Fact: Lucy fell down a staircase while making this film, and Desi rushed to her side.

1970s

1974
Mame
Directed by:  Gene Saks
Cast:  Barbara Bosson, Eric Gordon
Lucy's Character:  Mame
Summary:  A musical which was despised by critics at the time.  About a widow with various problems, who manages to come through them. This was Lucille's last film, as she only worked on two other films for television after this, one including a drama "Stone Pillow" which was not very much appreciated by critics.