I Love Lucy

I Love Lucy

The Complete Second Season

DVD - 2004
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Contains gems such as "Job switching" in which Lucy and Ethel do unforgettable battle with a chocolate factory conveyor belt; and "The operetta" in which Lucy's money problems bring down the curtain on her role as "Queen of the gypsies". This collection also includes the groundbreaking "pregnancy shows", including the touching moment at the Tropicana when Lucy breaks the news to Ricky that they are going to have a baby, and "Lucy goes to the hospital" the record-setting episode that garnered the highest ratings in 1953.
Publisher: Hollywood, Calif. : CBS DVD : Paramount Pictures, c2004
ISBN: 9780792197188
Characteristics: 5 videodiscs : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Alternative Title: I love Lucy, season 2


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LiztheLibrarian Feb 12, 2018

I Love Lucy is an incredibly funny show starring the incomparable Lucille Ball.

Dec 02, 2016

Yes. Even though, at times, Lucille Ball's character did grate on my nerves, I'll gladly admit that the "I Love Lucy Show" was a real classic of TV Sit-Coms from the good, old 1950s.

Brilliantly scripted with characters that were as vivid and well-defined as you're ever gonna see - This show is probably one of the most imitated comedy, TV programs of all-time.

This complete, 2nd season of "I Love Lucy" contains some real hilarious gems..... (*Watch video-clip*)

Apr 23, 2016

It is only ok. I suggest you dont rent it, the disks where very scratched to the point of not playing. :(

May 02, 2015

Lucy's not that funny- there someone said it ( the Emperor has no clothes ). One of the most overrated shows ever made.


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Apr 23, 2016

Ethel: Lucy! I lost my wedding ring!

Lucy: Oh, Its Ok. We can buy another box of Cracker Jacks!

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