Here's Lucy 2 Seasons 1970

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Season 2
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22. Lucy and Wayne Newton TV-G CC

The Carters find a Shetland pony belonging to Wayne Newton and decide to return it to him in person. Wayne thanks them by giving them a temporary job on his farm as workhands and at night they sit around the camp fire singing "Tumbling Tumbleweed".

Starring:
Lucille Ball, Gale Gordon
Runtime:
26 minutes
Original air date:
February 16, 1970

Lucy and Wayne Newton

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Season 2

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Genres Comedy
Director Herbert Kenwith, Jack Donohue
Starring Lucille Ball, Gale Gordon
Supporting actors Desi Arnaz Jr., Lucie Arnaz, Wayne Newton
Season year 1970
Network MPI Media Group
Executive Producer Gary Morton
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I love all Lucy shows.
Estela M. Sanchez
Some wonderful guest stars popped up in the second year including Johnny Carson, Lawrence Welk, Carol Burnett, Ann-Margret, Milton Berle, and even Liberace.
Terrance Richard
The season 1 set was great, I will be getting the s2 set before Christmas.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Tante Maren TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 25, 2009
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Season One of Here's Lucy is not even out yet, and Season Two is all ready to order for it's November 3, 2009 release! This is great news for Lucy fans that these shows will be out quickly, and I hope the film quality is just as good as the quick releases of this great series! Season Two starts out with a family trip out west, and after that, the great guest stars just keep on coming show after show! The first of these guest stars is Patty Andrews, who re-enacts the famous WWII Andrews Sisters singing act with Lucy and daughter Lucie Arnaz- they are just great! There are so many great performances by Milton Berle, Paul Winchell, Gary Morton, Johnny Carson, Ed McMahon, Jack LaLanne, Liberace, Lawrence Welk, Ann-Margret, Wally Cox, Alan Hale, Wayne Newton, Carol Burnett and many others. Even the wonderful Vivian Vance returns to guest star as Lucy's friend Vivian Jones. Lucy's real life 77 year old mother DeDe Ball (she passed away in 1977 at age 84) is seen as the woman in the audience on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. DeDe was in the viewing audience of every single show of I Love Lucy, The Lucy Show and Here's Lucy. They say you can hear her distinctive laugh and even hear her talking (DeDe always said UH-OH when her daughter Lucy was in trouble) on the background tracks in Lucy's shows, but this is the rarest time that you actually get to see Lucy's mom on a show! This second season is just wonderful with so many great stars and performances, one of the best being Desi Arnaz Jr. and Ann-Margret singing together and if Season Three comes out just as quickly, it won't be long before we get to see the highest rated show of Here's Lucy, which is the first show of Season Three-Lucy Meets The Burton's!Read more ›
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Terrance Richard TOP 500 REVIEWER on August 25, 2009
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When MPI Home Video announced early in 2009 that they would release all the seasons of "Here's Lucy" they were not kidding. Even before "Here's Lucy-Season 1" has been released MPI has announced that the second season's worth of episodes will be coming out in November. If these boxsets continue to be released in this manner (2 sets per year), it means that we fans will have the entire "Here's Lucy" library of shows by the end of 2011!
The second year of "Here's Lucy" continued Lucille Ball's dominance in the national Nielsens. Finishing the year at #6 proved to the audience and critics that "Here's Lucy's" success was no fluke: audiences watched the series in droves and the show became a Monday night staple like its predecessors "I Love Lucy" and "The Lucy Show". Some wonderful guest stars popped up in the second year including Johnny Carson, Lawrence Welk, Carol Burnett, Ann-Margret, Milton Berle, and even Liberace. Vivian Vance came back for two episodes and her chemistry with Lucy is evident.
This set features 24 excellent shows that are remastered from their original prints, is 610 minutes long, and the sound is English audio with English subtitles. Among the many bonus features in this set are the following: new video introductions by Lucie Arnaz and Desi Arnaz Jr., a featurette called "Here's Lucy On Vacation", "Let's Talk To Lucy- a loss interview with Lucy friend Carol Burnett, Special Footage, Treasures from Lucy's Vault: a "Here's Lucy" slideshow, Production Files, and Original CBS and syndication promos.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By trebe TOP 500 REVIEWER on July 4, 2010
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The first season of Here's Lucy, featured stars Lucille Ball, Gale Gordon, Lucie Arnaz and Desi Arnaz Jr., mostly confined to studio sets. The second season opens ambitiously with four episodes in a row shot on location, featuring the Carter clan on the road in a Winnebago, at the Air Force Academy in Colorado, and at various locations in the western US, including on a Navaho Indian reservation, and rafting on the Colorado River. In these memorable episodes, Lucille seems full of energy, engaging in the kind of physical slapstick, that was largely absent in the season one. Harrison Otis Carter (Gordon) also seems rejuvenated, with his meanness dial turned up a couple of notches from the year before. With a season's worth of experience under their belts, Lucie and Desi seem more confident and at ease, although the location work was something new for them. Wayne Newton's Casa de Shenandoah ranch in Nevada, would also be featured in a later episode.

In The Lucy Show, much of Lucy Carmichael's humor was based on being an overbearing loudmouth, and irritating the hell out of people. Lucy Carter's personality moves more in this direction in season two, as she becomes more irritating and abrasive, causing Harry's blood pressure to rise, as Ball and Gordon continue to produce comedic magic. Gordon's temper tantrums usually make for delicious viewing, as new sides of Harry's character continue to be revealed. In "Lucy And Harry's Tonsils", Harry is quivering in fear contemplating having an operation, and later gets the hots for a young nurse. And in "Lucy At The Drive-In Movie", Harry and Lucy disguise themselves as hippies, so they can spy on Kim while on a date.
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