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The year is 1951. On the night of October 15th, CBS Television unleashed Lucy Ricardo, Ricky Ricardo, Fred and Ethel Mertz on the American public. Sixty-plus years later, “I Love” Lucy” is still popular around the world via reruns.
Today’s entry of “Trending History” features two colorized images – one of the entire cast on the road to Hollywood, and an early publicity photo of Lucille Ball. Yes, as some of you Lucy Super-Fans will notice, we did take artistic liberty with the early-1930s photo of Miss Ball – depicting her with reddish hair 10 years ahead of her coloring it for the Technicolor film, “Du Barry Was A Lady”.
Enjoy these two colorized Lucy images today – then, get ready for American Photo Colorizing’s versions of early Vivian Vance, William Frawley, and Desi Arnaz photos throughout the week.