Lucille Ball performances

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Films and television appearances by American actress Lucille Ball.

Filmography[edit]

Lucille Ball appeared in movies and on television from 1927 until 1986.

Features[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
1927 Tillie the Toiler uncredited (see article)
1933 The Bowery Blonde[1] Uncredited
1933 Broadway Through a Keyhole Chorine/Girl at the Beach[1] Uncredited
1933 Blood Money Davy's Girlfriend at Racetrack[1] Uncredited
1933 Roman Scandals Goldwyn Girl[1] Uncredited
1934 Moulin Rouge Show Girl[1] Uncredited
1934 Nana Chorus Girl[1] Uncredited
1934 Hold That Girl Girl[1] Uncredited
1934 Murder at the Vanities Earl Carroll Girl[1] Uncredited
1934 Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back Girl[1] Uncredited
1934 The Affairs of Cellini Lady-in-Waiting[1] Uncredited
1934 Kid Millions Goldwyn Girl[1] Uncredited
1934 Men of the Night Peggy[1] Uncredited
1934 Broadway Bill Blonde Telephone Operator[1] Uncredited
1934 Jealousy Extra[1] Uncredited
1934 Fugitive Lady Beauty Operator[1] Uncredited
1934 Three Little Pigskins Blonde Girl[1]
1935 Behind the Evidence Secretary[1] Uncredited
1935 Carnival Nurse[2] Uncredited
1935 The Whole Town's Talking Bank Employee[3] Uncredited
1935 Roberta Fashion Model[3] Uncredited
1935 I'll Love You Always Lucille[4] Uncredited
1935 Old Man Rhythm College Girl[4] Uncredited
1935 Top Hat Flower Clerk[4] Uncredited
1935 The Three Musketeers Extra[4] Uncredited
1935 I Dream Too Much Gwendolyn Dilley
1936 Chatterbox Lillian Temple
1936 Muss 'Em Up Departing Train Passenger Uncredited
1936 Follow the Fleet Kitty Collins
1936 The Farmer in the Dell Gloria Wilson
1936 Bunker Bean Rosie Kelly
1936 Winterset Girl
1937 That Girl from Paris Claire 'Clair' Williams
1937 Don't Tell the Wife Ann 'Annie' Howell
1937 Stage Door Judith
1938 Go Chase Yourself Carol Meeley
1938 Joy of Living Salina Pine
1938 Having Wonderful Time Miriam
1938 The Affairs of Annabel Annabel
1938 Room Service Christine
1938 Annabel Takes a Tour Annabel Allison
1938 Next Time I Marry Nancy Crocker Fleming
1939 Beauty for the Asking Jean Russell
1939 Twelve Crowded Hours Paula Sanders
1939 Panama Lady Lucy
1939 Five Came Back Peggy Nolan
1939 That's Right You're Wrong Sandra Sand
1940 The Marines Fly High Joan Grant
1940 You Can't Fool Your Wife Clara Fields Hinklin / Mercedes Vasquez
1940 Dance, Girl, Dance Bubbles
1940 Too Many Girls Connie Casey
1941 A Girl, a Guy, and a Gob Dorothy 'Dot' / 'Spindle' Duncan
1941 Look Who's Laughing Julie Patterson
1942 Valley of the Sun Christine Larson
1942 The Big Street Gloria Lyons
1942 Seven Days' Leave Terry Havalok-Allen
1943 DuBarry Was a Lady May Daly / Madame Du Barry
1943 Thousands Cheer Lucille Ball
1943 Best Foot Forward Lucille Ball
1944 Meet the People Julie Hampton
1945 Without Love Kitty Trimble
1945 Abbott and Costello in Hollywood Lucille Ball
1946 Ziegfeld Follies Lucille Ball
1946 The Dark Corner Kathleen Stewart
1946 Two Smart People Ricki Woodner
1946 Easy to Wed Gladys Benton
1946 Lover Come Back Kay Williams
1947 Lured Sandra Carpenter
1947 Her Husband's Affairs Margaret Weldon
1949 Sorrowful Jones Gladys O'Neill
1949 Miss Grant Takes Richmond Ellen Grant
1949 Easy Living Anne
1950 A Woman of Distinction Lucille Ball
1950 Fancy Pants Agatha Floud
1950 The Fuller Brush Girl Sally Elliot
1951 The Magic Carpet Princess Narah
1953 I Love Lucy Lucy Ricardo
1954 The Long, Long Trailer Tacy Bolton
1956 Forever, Darling Susan Vega
1960 The Facts of Life Kitty Weaver
1963 Critic's Choice Angela Ballantine
1967 A Guide for the Married Man Mrs. Joe X
1968 Yours, Mine and Ours Helen North Beardsley
1974 Mame Mame Dennis
1985 Stone Pillow Florabelle

Short subjects[edit]

Selected list

Radio and television work[edit]

Selected list

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Karol, p. 121.
  2. ^ Karol, p. 122.
  3. ^ a b Karol, p. 106.
  4. ^ a b c d Karol, p. 107.
  5. ^ The Campbell Playhouse at the Internet Archive — "Dinner at Eight", February 18, 1940
  6. ^ Orson Welles Show at the Internet Archive — "If in Years to Come", October 13, 1941
Sources

Further reading[edit]

  • Lucy at the Movies: The Complete Films of Lucille Ball by Cindy De La Hoz (Running Press, 2007)
  • Lucille Ball FAQ: Everything Left to Know About America's Favorite Redhead by James Sheridan and Barry Monush (2011)

External links[edit]

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