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I Love Lucy - The Complete Third Season
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Restored Music “Behind-the-Scenes” Audio Featurette
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Spanish Audio available on most episodes
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Five Complete Episodes of Lucy’s Radio Show: My Favorite Husband
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The third season of "I Love Lucy" that aired between 1953 and 1954 has 31 memorable episodes:
1. "Ricky's 'Life' Story": Not happy about being ignored in Ricky's magazine interview, Lucy gets back at Ricky.
2. "The Girls Go Into Business": Lucy & Ethel purchase a dress shop, but things don't turn out as profitably as they had imagined.
3. "Lucy and Ethel Buy the Same Dress": Getting a rare opportunity to perform on TV for their women's club, Lucy & Ethel purchase the same dress.
4. "Equal Rights": When Lucy & Ethel demand equal rights from Ricky & Fred, the men only think that they are getting back at them at a restaurant.
5. "Baby Pictures": Lucy's jealousy over Carolyn Appleby's (Doris Singleton) baby as compared with Little Ricky is not advantageous to Ricky's upcoming appearance on a TV show hosted by Carolyn's husband.
6. "Lucy Tells the Truth": Lucy bets Ricky that she can tell the truth for 24 hours and drives everyone crazy.
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Ricky's "LIFE" Story - A pictorial spread on Ricky appears in LIFE magazine but Lucy is nowhere to be scene (well her elbow can be scene). Lucy blames Ricky for this. Fred comes up with a scheme to quite Lucy forever. Ricky gives Lucy a starring role in a dance number. The plan is to make it so strenuous that Lucy will quit. It works until Fred blurts out the plan to Lucy. This creates a great revenge scene.
The Girls Go Into Business - Lucy and Ethel's favorite dress shop is up for sale and the girls decide to buy it. What they find out is it appears that they are the shop's only customers.
Lucy and Ethel buy the Same Dress - When the girls Ladies' Club is given 30 minutes on television for a show, Lucy promises the club Ricky so she can take control of the show. Lucy and Ethel decide to perform Cole Porter's Friendship for the finale. But when they show up in the same dress, the number goes from friendship to fiendship!
Equal Rights - Lucy demands that Ricky and Fred treat Ethel and her as equals. The catch is Ricky and Fred decide to enforce this at dinner and have the maitre d' give the girls separate checks. When they can't pay, they are forced to clean dishes. The girls play a phone prank to get the boys back to the restaurant but the boys find out and turn the tables on the girls but have the girls get the last laugh.
Baby Pictures - Lucy and Ricky make a vow not to bore everyone with pictures of Little Ricky.Read more ›
I'm a big fan of "I Love Lucy" episodes set in the Ricardo's New York City apartment. Season Three contains 31 really enjoyable episodes of this variety. There are no Hollywood stars or European locales just fun situations involving Lucy, Ricky, Ethel and Fred. Of course, there are still all of our favorite "Lucy" antics. She tries to get into Ricky's show ("The French Revue"), she fights with Ethel ("Lucy and Ethel Buy The Same Dress") and she gets into those outrageous situations only she can get into ("Bonus Bucks").
This set also includes one of my all-time favorite "I Love Lucy" episodes, "Lucy is Envious." This is the one where Lucy and Ethel pledge $500 to a charity of Lucy's snotty school friend and in order to raise the money they take a job dressing up as Martian women for a publicity stunt for a movie. The ending scene in this episode is especially funny.
As with Season Two, they have packaged the entire season (31 episodes) into a cardboard sleeve that holds five slim cases containing the five DVD discs. The whole season of classic episodes will take up a spot on your DVD shelf about two inches wide but the entertainment is much more enormous.
The extras are comparable to the Season Two set. You will find original openings and transitions, some deleted scenes used to bridge continuity when shows were rerun, some commercials that Lucy and Desi did to promote their films, etc., there are flubs, and some radio shows of Lucy's "My Favorite Husband" series.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this for a friend! She's a Lucy fan and she loves it!Published 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
What can I say "I love Lucy",she was definitely one of the best female comedians of all time.Whether I need a pick me up or just want to laugh these DVDs are my go to. Read morePublished 1 month ago by DAPONT
My son loves Lucy Season 1 so we got him Season 2 & 3 for Christmas. We all love it and it is so much better than the garbage on TV these days. Very happy with the purchase.Published 1 month ago by Nango Mom
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|Missing John Wayne||
Good question! And where is the episode in which Lucy and Ethel are pretending to be Martians?
Nov 13, 2006 by Luciejo | See all 4 posts
|New I Love Lucy re-release||
Here's a copy of what I posted as an answer to your other questiin about the edited ILL episode:
No need to worry. Nothing related to "I Love Lucy" is missing. When the episode was filmed, it ran a few minutes short. So they decided to pad the episode with a promo for the MGM movie... Read More
Sep 29, 2012 by S. Johnson | See all 2 posts
|Who is the "Oh-Oh" woman?||
This lady is most likely Lucille Ball's mother, DeDe Ball, and it's not a plant. It is said Lucy's mother was in the audience for every episode of every series and always was heard saying uh oh or just talking.
Sep 17, 2009 by C. Johnson | See all 17 posts
|Season 4 Edited||
No need to worry. Nothing related to "I Love Lucy" is missing. When the episode was filmed, it ran a few minutes short. So they decided to pad the episode with a promo for the MGM movie "Guys and Dolls", a musical number from that movie. CBS was unable to obtain the rights to... Read More
Sep 29, 2012 by S. Johnson | See all 2 posts
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