Essay heading: Lucille Ball

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A. Bogard

 

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July 1, 2009

 

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They were again afraid of the reaction of the American public. They felt that people would not want to see a pregnant woman on television. After consulting with censors and several clergymen, the network decided to go ahead with the show. The only affect it had was to bring in an even larger audience...
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It was a national event, on January 19, 1953 when Lucy Ricardo gave birth to Little Ricky on television and Lucille Ball gave birth to her second son on the same night. The success of the show was unparallel. On the nights I Love Lucy aired, the bulk of Americans stayed home in front of their television sets...
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