THE LUCILLE BALL–DESI ARNAZ SHOW

(Original Prime-time run on CBS Television Network)

 

 

1957 – 58 (Specials - sponsored by Ford Motor Company)



11/6/57                        Lucy Takes a Cruise to Havana

 

12/3/57                        The Celebrity Next Door

 

1/3/58                          Lucy Hunts Uranium

 

2/3/58                          Lucy Wins a Race Horse

 

4/14/58                        Lucy Goes to Sun Valley

 

 


1958 – 59 (Sponsored by Westinghouse Electric Corp –
alternated with Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse, Mondays 10-11PM)

 

            10/6/58                        Lucy Goes to Mexico

 

            12/1/58                        Lucy Makes Room for Danny

 

            12/22/58                      Lucy Goes to Sun Valley (REPEAT)

 

            2/9/59                          Lucy Goes to Alaska

 

            3/9/59                          Lucy Hunts Uranium (REPEAT)

 

            4/13/59                        Lucy Wants a Career

 

            6/8/59                          Lucy’s Summer Vacation

 

 

1959 – 60 (Sponsored by Westinghouse Electric Corp –
alternated with Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse, Fridays 9-10PM)

 

            9/25/59                        Milton Berle Hides Out at the Ricardos

           

            11/27/59                      The Ricardos Go to Japan

 

            12/18/59                      Lucy Goes to Alaska (REPEAT)

 

            1/8/60                          Lucy Makes Room for Daddy (REPEAT)

 

            2/5/60                          Lucy Goes to Havana* (REPEAT)

 

            3/4/60                          Lucy Goes to Mexico (REPEAT)

 

            4/1/60                          Lucy Meets the Mustache

 

            4/29/60                        Lucy’s Summer Vacation (REPEAT)

 

            6/3/60                          Milton Berle Hides Out at the Ricardos (REPEAT)

 

 

* “Lucy Goes to Havana” was 60-minute version of “Lucy Takes a Cruise to Havana,” which ran 75-minutes

 

Summary:

 

            13 original productions

            8 repeats