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I Love Lucy: The Complete Series DVD Box Set

I Love Lucy: The Complete Series DVD Box Set

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I Love Lucy: The Complete Series DVD Box Set

  • "I Love Lucy", the hit sitcom of the 1950's, is now completely available on DVD.

  • Number Of Episodes: All 194 Uncut Episodes

  • Number Of Seasons: The Complete Series, All 6 Seasons

  • Package: 34 DVD Box Set

  • Category: Comedy

  • Format: Full Screen

  • Audio Track: English

  • Compartability: Region 1 For shipment to North America, Region 2 For shipment to Europe and Region 4 For shipment to Australia / New Zeiland

  • Condition: Brand new & sealed

  • Years: 1951 - 1956

Starring Lucille Ball as the quintessentially daffy Lucy, I Love Lucy was one of the most defining sitcoms ever broadcast on American television.

Originally aired for six seasons between October 1951 and May 1956, I Love Lucy became an instant favorite among audiences and was the only show until Seinfeld in 1998, to end its run whilst still ranked at the top of national Nielsen Ratings. In like regard, even as recently as 2012, the show was voted as the greatest television offering of all time, as voted by respondents to polls ran by ABC News and People Magazine.

Series Synopsis & Appeal

Detailing the theatrical and often hilarious antics of Lucy and her Husband Ricky Ricardo, I Love Lucy was originally set in and around the couple's fictional New York apartment building. Here, the show was subsequently complemented by larger than life characters such as Lucy and Ricky’s best friends and landlord.

Of course, it was Lucille Ball herself who was the defining star of the show. Rated as one of the most likable characters in television history, the Lucy in the show was defined in each episode by her penchant for getting her and Ricky into all kinds of trouble, as she desperately sought stardom in show business. The only problem? Unlike her off-screen alter ego, Lucy herself had few actual stage skills and was often met with disappointment.

With all kinds of performance opportunities dissolving into disaster, the Lucy in the show was nevertheless buoyed by some successes. These included her replacing a clown in one of her husband’s stage performances, as well as a particularly memorable episode entitled Hollywood, in which Lucy dances flawlessly with a rubber dummy as a dancing partner for a major studio benefit.

Cast & Other Leading Characters

Often accompanied by her sidekick and best friend Ethel Mertz, I Love Lucy was just as much defined by Lucy’s on-screen friends and costars as it was Lucille Ball herself. These included Ethel’s ever money conscious husband Fred, Ricky, and Ricky’s agent Jerry.

Famous for reverting to his native Spanish whenever exasperated by Lucy, Cuban husband Ricky Ricardo was often just as much a star of the show as Lucy herself. In mind of this, particularly memorable episodes in the show occasionally diverted away from Lucy’s ongoing quest for stardom and focused instead on the backstory of how the couple originally met in Havana. In the meantime, the show even went so far as to synchronize the on-screen birth of the couple’s son Ricky Jnr, with the birth of actress Lucille Ball’s real first born.

Ratings & Awards

Winner of the award for best overall comedy show and several supporting actor and actress awards, I Love Lucy was an instant hit with audiences wherever the show was syndicated. In like regard, the show has a legacy of being the longest that has ever been continually broadcast in Los Angeles, while also spurring a number of documentaries, television films, and latterly broadcast special episodes.

The Complete I Love Lucy DVD Box Set

Still celebrated by millions as the greatest television sitcom of all time, the I Love Lucy DVD box set will become the centerpiece of any home theater enthusiasts’ home entertainment collection.

Featuring all 190 uncut episodes ever broadcast, you too can now own the seminal comedy still tuned into each week by millions of people around the world. The only difference, of course, is that you can experience Americas all-time favorite family comedy completely uninterrupted and at your own leisure.  This being the case, if you would like to own your own piece of television history, make sure to get yours today.

Season 1

  1. The Girls Want to Go to a Nightclub

  2. Be a Pal

  3. The Diet

  4. Lucy Thinks Ricky is Trying to Murder Her

  5. The Quiz Show

  6. The Audition

  7. The Séance

  8. Men are Messy

  9. The Fur Coat

  10. Lucy is Jealous of Girl Singer

  11. Drafted

  12. The Adagio

  13. The Benefit

  14. The Amateur Hour

  15. Lucy Plays Cupid

  16. Lucy Fakes Illness

  17. Lucy Writes a Play

  18. Breaking the Lease

  19. The Ballet

  20. The Young Fans

  21. New Neighbors

  22. Fred and Ethel Fight

  23. The Moustache

  24. The Gossip

  25. Pioneer Women

  26. The Marriage License

  27. The Kleptomaniac

  28. Cuban Pals

  29. The Freezer

  30. Lucy Does a TV Commercial

  31. The Publicity Agent

  32. Lucy Gets Ricky on the Radio

  33. Lucy's Schedule

  34. Ricky Thinks He's Getting Bald

  35. Ricky Asks for a Raise


Season 2

  1. Job Switching

  2. The Saxophone

  3. The Anniversary Present

  4. The Handcuffs

  5. The Operetta

  6. Vacation from Marriage

  7. The Courtroom

  8. Redecorating

  9. Ricky Loses His Voice

  10. Lucy is Enceinte

  11. Pregnant Women Are Unpredictable

  12. Lucy's Show Biz Swan Song

  13. Lucy Hires an English Tutor

  14. Ricky Has Labor Pains

  15. Lucy Becomes a Sculptress

  16. Lucy Goes to the Hospital

  17. Sales Resistance

  18. The Inferiority Complex

  19. The Club Election

  20. The Black Eye

  21. Lucy Changes Her Mind

  22. No Children Allowed

  23. Lucy Hires a Maid

  24. The Indian Show

  25. Lucy's Last Birthday

  26. The Ricardos Change Apartments

  27. Lucy is Matchmaker

  28. Lucy Wants New Furniture

  29. The Camping Trip

  30. Ricky and Fred Are TV Fans

  31. Never Do Business with Friends


Season 3

  1. Ricky's 'Life' Story

  2. The Girls Go Into Business

  3. Lucy and Ethel Buy the Same Dress

  4. Equal Rights

  5. Baby Pictures

  6. Lucy Tells the Truth

  7. The French Revue

  8. Redecorating the Mertzes' Apartment

  9. Too Many Crooks

  10. Changing the Boys' Wardrobe

  11. Lucy Has Her Eyes Examined

  12. Ricky's Old Girl Friend

  13. The Million Dollar Idea

  14. Ricky Minds the Baby

  15. The Charm School

  16. Sentimental Anniversary

  17. Fan Magazine Interview

  18. Oil Wells

  19. Ricky Loses His Temper

  20. Home Movies

  21. Bonus Bucks

  22. Ricky's Hawaiian Vacation

  23. Lucy is Envious

  24. Lucy Writes a Novel

  25. Lucy's Club Dance

  26. The Black Wig

  27. The Diner

  28. Tennessee Ernie Visits

  29. Tennessee Ernie Hangs On

  30. The Golf Game

  31. The Sublease


Season 4

  1. The Business Manager

  2. Mertz and Kurtz

  3. Lucy Cries Wolf

  4. The Matchmaker

  5. Mr. and Mrs. TV Show

  6. Ricky's Movie Offer

  7. Ricky's Screen Test

  8. Lucy's Mother-in-Law

  9. Ethel's Birthday

  10. Ricky's Contract

  11. Getting Ready

  12. Lucy Learns to Drive

  13. California, Here We Come

  14. First Stop

  15. Tennessee Bound

  16. Ethel's Home Town

  17. L.A. at Last

  18. Don Juan and the Starlets

  19. Lucy Gets in Pictures

  20. The Fashion Show

  21. The Hedda Hopper Story

  22. Don Juan is Shelved

  23. Bull Fight Dance

  24. Hollywood Anniversary

  25. The Star Upstairs

  26. In Palm Springs

  27. The Dancing Star

  28. Harpo Marx

  29. Ricky Needs an Agent

  30. The Tour


Season 5

  1. Lucy Visits Grauman's

  2. Lucy and John Wayne

  3. Lucy and the Dummy

  4. Ricky Sells the Car

  5. The Great Train Robbery

  6. Homecoming

  7. Face to Face

  8. Lucy Goes to a Rodeo

  9. Nursery School

  10. Ricky's European Booking

  11. The Passports

  12. Staten Island Ferry

  13. Bon Voyage

  14. Second Honeymoon

  15. Lucy Meets the Queen

  16. The Fox Hunt

  17. Lucy Goes to Scotland

  18. Paris at Last

  19. Lucy Meets Charles Boyer

  20. Lucy Gets a Paris Gown

  21. Lucy in the Swiss Alps

  22. Lucy Gets Homesick in Italy

  23. Lucy's Italian Movie

  24. Lucy's Bicycle Trip

  25. Lucy Goes to Monte Carlo

  26. Return Home from Europe


Season 6

  1. Lucy and Bob Hope

  2. Little Ricky Learns to Play the Drums

  3. Lucy Meets Orson Welles

  4. Little Ricky Gets Stage Fright

  5. Visitor from Italy

  6. Off to Florida

  7. Deep-Sea Fishing

  8. Desert Island

  9. The Ricardos Visit Cuba

  10. Little Ricky's School Pageant

  11. Christmas Show

  12. Lucy and the Loving Cup

  13. Lucy and Superman

  14. Little Ricky Gets a Dog

  15. Lucy Wants to Move to the Country

  16. Lucy Hates to Leave

  17. Lucy Misses the Mertzes

  18. Lucy Gets Chummy with the Neighbors

  19. Lucy Raises Chickens

  20. Lucy Does the Tango

  21. Ragtime Band

  22. Lucy's Night in Town

  23. Housewarming

  24. Building a Bar-B-Q

  25. Country Club Dance

  26. Lucy Raises Tulips

  27. The Ricardos Dedicate a Statue


Season 7

  1. Lucy Takes a Cruise to Havana

  2. The Celebrity Next Door

  3. Lucy Hunts Uranium

  4. Lucy Wins a Race Horse

  5. Lucy Goes to Sun Valley


Season 8

  1. Lucy Goes to Mexico

  2. Lucy Makes Room for Danny

  3. Lucy Goes to Alaska

  4. Lucy Wants a Career

  5. Lucy's Summer Vacation


Season 9

  1. Milton Berle Hides Out at the Ricardos

  2. The Ricardos Go to Japan

  3. Lucy Meets the Moustache

Complete series cast summary:

Lucille Ball

Lucille Ball - Lucy Ricardo


Desi Arnaz

Desi Arnaz - Ricky Ricardo


Vivian Vance

Vivian Vance - Ethel Mertz


William Frawley

William Frawley - Fred Mertz


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