Mr Mooney sends Lucy to deliver some papers pertaining to the financing of John Wayne's latest production. Despite his orders to drop off the papers with one of the studio's secretaries, ... See full summary »

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Mr Mooney sends Lucy to deliver some papers pertaining to the financing of John Wayne's latest production. Despite his orders to drop off the papers with one of the studio's secretaries, Lucy insists on meeting Mr. Wayne in person at lunch and spills ketchup all over him. She then trails him to his movie set and causes all sorts of havoc. Written by David Bassler

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21 November 1966 (USA)  »

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Lucy Carmichael: It must be very bothersome, people bothering you all the time. Like when they ask you for your autograph and everything.
John Wayne: Well, I never considered that a bother.
Lucy Carmichael: Oh, can I have your autograph?
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The Duke, A Glutton For Punishment
29 August 2008 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

One of I Love Lucy's classic episodes involved her stealing John Wayne's footprints in front of Grauman's Chinese Theater right before her trip back to New York with Desi. It was a two part episode, maybe the only one I can recall from I Love Lucy.

The Duke gets his second involvement with television's best known redhead. She has to deliver some papers to John Wayne's set and you know it wouldn't be Lucy if she didn't try to meet the famous movie star, whether she's Lucy Ricardo or Lucy Carmichael.

She makes a general nuisance of herself and the thing I remember best about this episode is after it's suggested to John Wayne that maybe we could send her over to the set of the Burt Lancaster movie next door, he replied something what did Burt ever do to me that I could be that vicious.

Nice episode for Lucy and Duke fans.


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