lucille Ball: Before and After

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When I was a child, my family and I heard radio broadcasts at nights through our water heater. The union, also plagued by Arnaz's work schedule, alcohol abuse, and outside affairs, dissolved in 1960. But Benaderet had just signed on to play Blanche Morton on the TV version. That's the one who will make.". And as portrayed in her popular television series, life with Lucille Ball was never mundane, as evidenced by a bizarre true-life incident she recounted during a live 1974 appearance on the. They met on the set of a movie. Lucille and Desi wanted to work in Los Angeles, near their home and their new baby daughter Lucie.