Giveaway: HERE’S LUCY Complete Box Set
A top 10 hit throughout its 1968-1974 run, HERE’S LUCY was the I Love Lucy star’s fourth sitcom for CBS, and her first to air in color for its entire duration.
The legendary queen of television comedy is joined by her real-life children, Lucie Arnaz and Desi Arnaz Jr., as well as Gale Gordon, her co-star from the earlier Lucy Show. Ball plays Lucille Carter, widowed mother of teenagers Kim and Craig. Lucy works for her brother-in-law Harry (Gordon), who owns Carter’s Unique Employment Agency, leading Lucy into endless predicaments and hilarious hijinks.
Were you a fan? Did you see every episode? Do you want to?
I’m giving away a Here’s Lucy complete box set DVD collection. The massive box set contains every episode of the classic Lucille Ball sitcom.
Ball was such a huge star that she could get other top Hollywood figures as guest stars on her series, including Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, Andy Griffith, Joan Rivers, Danny Thomas, Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gorme, Frankie Avalon, Eddie Albert, Milton Berle, Chuck Connors, Ed McMahon, Don Knotts, Donny Osmond, Eva Gabor, Joe Namath, Petula Clark, Ricardo Montalban, Elsa Lanchester and many more.
HERE’S LUCY: THE COMPLETE SERIES gathers all 144 uncut and digitally remastered episodes together for the first time and features a wealth of special features. They include: episode introductions; featurettes; “Let’s Talk to Lucy” lost interviews; special TV appearances and interviews; “Treasures From Lucy’s Vault”; special U.S. savings bond episode and public service film; slide shows; series production files; original CBS-TV network and syndication promos, and original sponsor billboards.
And I’m giving away the box set right here! If you want to enter to win, make sure you are following @AlyWalansky on Twitter, and tweet me with tag #hereslucy and tell me why I should choose you. Earn extra credit by visiting a few of my recent blog posts and leaving comments — I always love to hear from you!
Deadline to enter is April 10. Emails only, please.