MOW about the life of Lucille Ball, focusing on the loving yet tumultuous relationship with Desi Arnaz.

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Jess Oppenheimer (as Lachlan Macdonald)
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After her parents are financially ruined in a lawsuit over a shooting accident, Lucille 'Lucy' Ball pursues her dream of fame as actress. She succeeds in comical parts, often the girl who gets the cake in her face. Then she meets and soon marries the love of her life, Desiderio 'Desi' . Ricky, Latin band leader and aristocratic son of an exiled Cuban mayor. Desi proves a business genius, who gets a revolutionary method adopted to gain production control of the sitcom "I Love Lucy", a format devised for him and Lucy to star in. Despite offspring, their family life soon gets into stormy waters, mainly due to his infidelity, gambling and temper. Written by KGF Vissers

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When the comedy stopped...real life began.


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When Desi shows off his new boat it is the early 50s, yet Lucy drives off in a 60 Caddilac limo. See more »

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Desi Arnaz: [after parking valet brings their car and calls Desi "Mr. Ball", Desi talks to Lucy] I don't want to be known as "Mister Ball !"
Lucy: If he'd called you "Mister Balls", you'd have given him a $20 tip!
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References The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour (1957) See more »

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I liked it.
3 August 2004 | by (Georgia, USA) – See all my reviews

I thought that the actors did a good job portraying such well-known and loved people. Sure, nobody could ever do it perfectly, but they did their best. Other people have mentioned that the Vitameatavegamin and Candy Factory scenes were done wrong. If they knew how the real episodes went and then saw those scenes and where they were or how they were dressed, a viewer would realize that those scenes were done as rehearsals. Lucy in her dressing room with a bottle of Coke practicing with a mirror, and Lucy and Vivian experiencing the conveyor belt for the first time at practice. Some people just don't pay attention. Like I said, I enjoyed this movie but would rather read Lucy's autobiography, "Love Lucy."


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