In 1951, film actress Lucille Ball and her musician husband Desi Arnaz spent $5,000 to produce a TV sitcom pilot about a Cuban-born bandleader named Ricky Ricardo, his zany, starstruck wife Lucy, and their madcap life in a Manhattan apartment. The result was the decade's biggest show and a landmark in TV history that ran until 1957. William Frawley and Vivian Vance co-star as the Ricardos' best friends and neighbors, Fred and Ethel Mertz.
Two-disc set includes the colorized episodes "Pioneer Women," "Lucy Does a TV Commercial," "Job Switching," "The Million Dollar Idea," "Bonus Bucks," "L. A. at Last," "Lucy Gets in Pictures," "The Fashion Show," "The Dancing Star," "Harpo Marx," "Lucy Visits Grauman's," "Lucy and John Wayne," "Lucy Goes to Scotland," "Lucy's Italian Movie," "Christmas Show," and "Lucy and Superman. "
Sound: English Dolby Digital mono, Spanish Dolby Digital mono
Subtitles: English (SDH), Spanish