A CBS press release of August, 1964, promoting "Lucy Day at the World's Fair," indicates that "Lucy" programs (in general) are seen in 44 countries, and have been translated into French, Spanish, Japanese and German.

A CBS Films press release of March 28, 1967, indicates that the "I Love Lucy" series (per se) is seen in 29 countries, and has been dubbed in Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese, Italian, and French.

An internal Program Information note of mid-October, 1972:

According to executives at Viacom, "I Love Lucy" has been
translated into:

  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Spanish
  • Portuguese
  • Arabic
  • Japanese

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