Lucy loses her and Ethel's train tickets to Florida (Ricky and Fred went ahead of them), so they take a ride with a woman whom they think might be an escaped hatchet murderer.

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Lucy loses her and Ethel's train tickets to Florida (Ricky and Fred went ahead of them), so they take a ride with a woman whom they think might be an escaped hatchet murderer.

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Comedy | Family

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12 November 1956 (USA)  »

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Radio announcer: And now for the latest bulletin in the Evelyn Holmby case. Police believe that Evelyn Holmby, famous gray haired hatchet murderess, who escaped from New York State Prison, Thursday, to be heading south in a cream colored convertible coupe. Now back to our regular program.
[Lucy turns off the radio]
Ethel Mertz: What'd you turn it off for?
Lucy Ricardo: Did you hear what he said?
Ethel Mertz: Yeah so what?
Lucy Ricardo: Which way are we heading?
Ethel Mertz: South.
Lucy Ricardo: Exactly. Gray haired, cream colored convertible.
Ethel Mertz: Oh Lucy, that's just a coincidence.
Lucy Ricardo: But think, it...
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Theme From 'I Love Lucy' (Instrumental)
Written by Eliot Daniel
Performed by Wilbur Hatch and the Desi Arnaz Orchestra
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