Lucille Ball reveals the "true" story behind Paul Revere's famous ride.

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Lucille Ball reveals the "true" story behind Paul Revere's famous ride.

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2 October 1964 (USA)  »

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Paul Revere is pulled by a thick rope into the house while lying on his back. After his slide, there is rope bunched up underneath him, but between shots it disappears. See more »

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Hello Dolly
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Written by Jerry Herman
Performed by Jack Benny
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Lucy and Paul Revere's Ride
1 May 2012 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

"The first lady of television" Lucille Ball arrives for a guest starring role in tramp's clothing, but dons a gown upon discovering Jack Benny in tails. After receiving compliments on her business expertise, Lucy explains to Jack (and the audience) that women have been more successful in the past than given credit for, since men write the history books. The comedy legends then flashback to 1775, with Lucy (as Rachel) proving to be the driving force behind husband Jack (as Paul Revere) and his famous ride. This was an exchange of guest appearances for Lucy and Jack. Their "skits" were not as good as the comedies based on their well known comedy personas, with "Lucy Gets Jack Benny's Account" (1967) offering the two at their best.

***** The Lucille Ball Show (10/2/64) Norman Abbott ~ Jack Benny, Lucille Ball, Don Wilson, Arte Johnson


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