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The Lucy Show - Season 6 - Episode 4, Lucy the Star Maker 1967.

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Mr. Cheever's nephew Tommy is entrusted to Mr. Mooney and Lucy to show him the ropes around the bank, hoping to discourage him from entering show business. Though he's to get no special treatment, Mooney constantly sucks up to young man.

When Lucy finds out he has great singing talent, she arranges for a producer to come to the bank to discover him against Mr. Cheever's wishes. Tommy gets an impromptu audition, right in the bank lobby.

Special Notes: Singing idol Frankie Avalon is breaking out of his teen mold at this point, trying to appeal to adult music lovers the same way Bobby Darin and Connie Francis have done. Lew Parker is featured on the sitcom That Girl (1966-71) playing Marlo Thomas' restaurateur dad.

The Lucy Show is an American sitcom that aired on CBS from 1962 to 1968. It was Lucille Ball's follow-up to I Love Lucy. A significant change in cast and premise for the fourth season (1965–1966) divides the program into two distinct eras; aside from Ball, only Gale Gordon, who joined the program for its second season, remained. For the first three seasons, Vivian Vance was the co-star.

The earliest scripts were entitled The Lucille Ball Show, but when this title was rejected by CBS, producers thought of calling the show This Is Lucy or The New Adventures of Lucy, before deciding on the title The Lucy Show. Ball won consecutive Emmy Awards as Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for the series' final two seasons, 1966–67 and 1967–68.

Genre Sitcom
Created by
Bob Carroll Jr.
Madelyn Davis
Bob Schiller
Bob Weiskopf
Lucille Ball
Based on Life Without George
by Irene Kampen
Directed by
Jack Donohue
Maury Thompson
Starring
Lucille Ball
Vivian Vance
Gale Gordon
Mary Jane Croft
Candy Moore
Ralph Hart
Jimmy Garrett
Narrated by Roy Rowan
Theme music composer Wilbur Hatch
Composer(s)
Wilbur Hatch
Julian Davidson
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 6
No. of episodes 156 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)
Desi Arnaz (Episodes 1–15)
Elliott Lewis (1962–1964)
Lucille Ball
Gary Morton
Producer(s)
Elliott Lewis (1962)
Tommy Thompson
Jack Donohue
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 30 minutes
Production company(s)
Desilu Productions
Paramount Television
(1968)
(season 6)
Distributor CBS Television Distribution
Release
Original network CBS
Picture format
Black and white (1962–1963)
Color (1963–1968)
Audio format Monaural
Original release October 1, 1962 –
March 11, 1968

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