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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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Lucille Ball died April 26, 1989, in Los Angeles, Calif., and today, she rests in Jamestown.
The Comedy Center, located in downtown Jamestown and partially built to honor the vision of Jamestown native Lucille Ball, will serve as a landmark that celebrates Americas rich comedic history.
Los Angeles [USA], August 8 ( ANI ): Cate Blanchett is all set to live the life of the comedienne Lucille Ball.
Patton dreamt of becoming an actor from a very young age, but it's actually her fascination about actress Lucille Ball that pushed her to achieve her dreams.
CELORON, New York (AP) -- They may have loved "I Love Lucy" but many in Lucille Ball's western New York hometown have no affection for her life-size statue in a local park.
-- They may have loved ''I Love Lucy'' but many in Lucille Ball's western New York hometown have no affection for her life-size statue in a local park.
'ONCE in his life, every man is entitled to fall madly in love with a gorgeous redhead." LUCILLE BALL made her film debut as a chorus girl in a film called Roman Scandals, but the telephone engineer's daughter found international fame when she turned to comedy and found success in TV shows like I Love Lucy - which was the first Love Lucy was the first comedy to be filmed before a live audience - and The Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz Show.
Regional fests are taking place throughout the country this summer to honor showbiz legends Lucille Ball, Judy Garland and Dean Martin.
Thompson has produced TV biopics about Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, as well as Sonny and Cher.
Here Maren reveals his life and career in Hollywood, examining evolving facets of 20th century culture and life, sharing experiences working among big stars from Lucille Ball to the Marx Brothers, and pairing color and black and white photos with fun memories in SHORT AND SWEET: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE LOLLIPOP MUNCHKIN.
Among the items to go under the hammer this October in Los Angeles are a foot-high cowboy hat that Hope wore in the 1948 movie Paleface, an autographed photo of film and TV actress Lucille Ball with some teeth blackened out and a money clip from grumpy comedy star Jack Benny.
As skilled in slapstick comedy as she was in high tragedy, Sills once described the role of Marie, the daughter of the regiment, as a "Lucille Ball with high notes." This well-travelled production, directed by Lotfi Mansouri, was documented at the Wolf Trap Festival in 1974.