Legendary Actress Comedian (1946)
"…The way we visualise the glamour of old Hollywood owes much to the vivid colour photographs captured on Kodachrome film in the 1940s.
Hollywood in Kodachrome, a new book by photographic preservationists David Wills and designer Stephen Schmidt (It Books, £24.99) is a digitally restored portfolio of rare and previously unseen colour photographs of silver-screen idols from the industry’s golden era. Lucille Ball’s fiery ginger hair, the arresting blue stare of Errol Flynn and the sumptuous red lipstick of endless pin-ups all offered an alluring fantasy of life away from the war…”
Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz.
In Town To Pick Up Harvard’s Hasty Pudding Award (1985)
Photography by Arthur Pollock
Giving Autographs (1948)
Photography by Nat Dallinger
"A Pair Of Youthful Admirers Cornered Lucille Ball And Were Rewarded with Her Autograph As She Prepared To Make Her Appearance As A Bare Back Rider At The St. John’s Hospital Circus Premiere. The Red-Haired Actress Was An Eye-Arresting Attraction Astride A Steed In The Colorful Show." (Sept 17th 1948)
My Favorite Husband (Radio) (1955)
"Returns At New Time
Domestic Peace Is All But Shattered When Red-Headed Lucille Ball Goes To Work As The Wacky But Well-Meaning Heroine Of CBS’ Comedy “My Favorite Husband” Which Returns At A New Day And Time Saturday Sept 2nd At 9:30 PM EDT. The Program Was Formerly Heard Sundays At 6:00 PM.”