CTVA US Comedy - "Here's Lucy" (Lucille Ball/CBS) (1968-74) starring Lucille Ball

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Here's Lucy (1968-74)
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Here's Lucy (season 1) (CBS) (1968-1969) (color)
Here's Lucy (season 2) (CBS) (1969-1970)
(color)
Here's Lucy (season 3) (CBS) (1970-1971)
(color)
Here's Lucy (season 4) (CBS) (1971-1972)
(color)
Here's Lucy (season 5) (CBS) (1972-1973)
(color)
Here's Lucy (season 6) (CBS) (1973-1974)
(color)
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HERE'S LUCY
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Lucille Ball Productions
for CBS

US Comedy series 1968-74 144 episodes x 30 min color film
Starring:
Lucille Ball as Lucy Carter
Co-Starring:
Gale Gordon as Harrison Otis Carter
Lucie Arnaz as Kim Carter
Desi Arnaz, Jr. as Craig Carter (1968-1971)
Mary Jane Croft as Mary Jane Lewis
Vanda Barra as Vanda Barra (1972-1974)

Premise:
Lucille Ball plays Lucy Carter, a widow raising two teenage (at the
series' start) children, Kim and Craig. She works for her brother-in-law,
Harrison "Harry" Otis Carter, as his secretary at his employment agency
(Carter's Unique Employment Agency), who's slogan is: Unusual jobs for unusual
people. Mary Jane Croft appeared in this series as Lucy's friend Mary Jane
Lewis. Desi Arnaz, Jr. left the show at the end of third season. Vanda Barra
joined the show in 1972 on a occasional basis as Lucy's friend Vanda Barra.

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