To avoid bad publicity for the upcoming opening of his Don Juan movie Ricky calls Grauman's Chinese Theater to explain how John Wayne's footprints went missing. The manager of Grauman's ... See full summary »

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To avoid bad publicity for the upcoming opening of his Don Juan movie Ricky calls Grauman's Chinese Theater to explain how John Wayne's footprints went missing. The manager of Grauman's promised not to call the police if the footprints were returned by that evening's opening of John Wayne's film Blood Alley (1955). Having broken them, that is obviously impossible, so Ricky convinces John Wayne to provide a new set of footprints. Written by Attmay, A.Nonymous

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10 October 1955 (USA)  »

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Theme From 'I Love Lucy' (Instrumental)
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The Duke Shows His Flair For Comedy
16 July 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode I pick as my favorite I Love Lucy show! It his clever and funny from beginning to end.

A continuation to the prior episode, which was the season opener. Lucy has accidentally destroyed the "stolen" cement footprints of John Wayne and unless she comes up with a replacement, she could get into a lot of hot water.

Ricky has connections and soon the Duke (John Wayne, of course) comes by to help out. Except it won't be the only time! A lot of physical humor ensues. Another well-written show (fantastic writers, what can you say?). I never get tired of the shenanigans that happened in this show. Look for Fred showing his masculinity!!


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