Lucille Ball dancing in scene from Dance Girl, Dance, August 1940.
Lucille Ball, 1948. Photographed by Phil Stern.
Lucille Ball is known best for the ditzy, manipulative, comical redhead in I Love Lucy. She later had two successful television shows; The Lucy Show and Here’s Lucy. Her final 1980s show, Life With Lucy, was not successful and was cancelled. Many people forget Lucille had quite a long career acting in movies. For years she was known as “Queen of the B Movies.” Her film career lasted 52 years, from her first bit part in Roman Scandals in 1933 to the made-for-TV movie Stone Pillow in 1985.
- 1933- Roman Scandals WATCH
- 1933- Blood Money WATCH
- 1934- Broadway Bill WATCH
- 1934- Three Little Pigskins TORRENT
- 1935- Roberta WATCH
- 1935- Top Hat WATCH + WATCH + WATCH
- 1936- Winterset WATCH
- 1936- Follow the Fleet TORRENT
- 1937- Stage Door TORRENT
- 1938- Room Service WATCH
- 1939- Twelve Crowded Hours WATCH + WATCH & DOWNLOAD
- 1939- Five Came Back TORRENT + TORRENT
- 1938- Go Chase Yourself WATCH
- 1940- Dance, Girl, Dance WATCH
- 1940- Too Many Girls DOWNLOAD + DOWNLOAD + WATCH
- 1942- The Big Street WATCH
- 1943- Thousands Cheer WATCH + TORRENT
- 1943- Du Barry Was a Lady DOWNLOAD + WATCH
- 1943- Best Food Forward TORRENT
- 1949- Easy Living WATCH
- 1945- Ziegfeld Follies WATCH
- 1945- Without Love WATCH
- 1946- The Dark Corner WATCH + TORRENT
- 1947- Lured WATCH + WATCH
- 1949- Miss Grant Takes Richmond WATCH + WATCH + WATCH
- 1949- Sorrowful Jones WATCH
- 1950- Fancy Pants DOWNLOAD + WATCH
- 1950- The Fuller Brush Girl DOWNLOAD
- 1954- The Long, Long Trailer TORRENT
- 1956- Forever Darling TORRENT + WATCH
- 1960- The Facts of Life TORRENT
- 1963- Critic’s Choice TORRENT
- 1967- A Guide for the Married Man WATCH + WATCH
- 1968- Yours, Mine, and Ours WATCH
- 1974- Mame TORRENT
- 1985- Stone Pillow WATCH
Bonus: The Bob Hope Show with the cast of I Love Lucy WATCH
Bonus: Dean Martin Celebrity Roast- Lucille Ball TORRENT
NOTE: There’s a private tracker where you can register and download Panama Lady (1939), You Can’t Fool Your Wife (1940) and Seven Days’ Leave (1942). You can message me for the website, but keep in mind registration is not always open and it would be frowned upon if I just referred people there to leech.
Reblogging this since I’ve added a couple of movies and updated with more options.
Lucy bundles up from the cold on arrival at a London airport, February 1968.