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Ball

A slang term in Hong Kong for $1 million. The term is most common in Hong Kong securities exchanges and other trading platforms. See also: Hong Kong dollar.
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She later sold it and formed her own company, Lucille Ball Productions.
The Facts of Life'' (1960) - Lucille Ball, Ruth Hussey, Don Defore.
5 -- 10) Effortlessly moving from stage to radio, film and television, Bob Hope thought some of his best movies were made with Lucille Ball, above.
1 -- 2 -- color) Lucy, left, dresses like Lucille Ball at Nuts for Mutts on Sunday at Pierce College.
Lucy was also here," he says, referring to Lucille Ball.
Kathleen Brady's Lucille: The Life of Lucille Ball (Hyperion, 397 pp.
On June 19, Warner Home Video will showcase a different side of the "First Lady of Television" with the release of the Lucille Ball Collection.
It began in the US in 1951, Lucille Ball finding her perfect niche after life as a chorus girl and an unsuccessful stint at drama school.
The rest of the Top 10 comprised Louis Armstrong, Lucille Ball, Humphrey Bogart, Marlon Brando, Charlie Chaplin, James Dean, Marilyn Monroe, Mickey Mouse and Elvis Presley
He also designed homes for Hollywood elite, including Lucille Ball and Frank Sinatra.
Labat (along with Chris Burden and Dan Graham, Lucille Ball and Ann Magnuson, Richard Pryor and Johnny Knoxville) should be a key figure in any history of artists using action to negotiate the role of media (television and video, especially) in constructing the various, often ephemeral, aesthetic, sexual, and political narratives producing and produced by bodies or their absence.