I Love Lucy: Season 2, Episode 9

Ricky Loses His Voice (1 Dec. 1952)

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Ricky gets a sore throat just before a show for the new owner of the Tropicana.



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Episode cast overview:
Chorus Girl
Gertrude Astor ...
Chorus Girl
Helen Dickson ...
Chorus Girl
Hazel Pierce ...
Flapper Chorus Girl
Arthur Q. Bryan ...
Mr. Chambers


Ricky gets a sore throat just before a show for the new owner of the Tropicana.

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Comedy | Family




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1 December 1952 (USA)  »

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The appearance of Arthur Q. Bryan (as Mr. Chambers) is a rare opportunity to see in person the voice of Elmer Fudd. See more »


At the very beginning, after Ricky finishes singing along with Marco, Ricky asks Marco to call Lucy and Marco mistakenly responds "Okay, Des." Des being short for Desi the actor's real name, and not Ricky his character's name. See more »


Has Anybody Seen My Gal?
(aka "Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue")
Music by Ray Henderson
Played on the ukelele by Lucille Ball
Lyrics by Sam Lewis & Joe Young
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