Variety Clubs International hosted this tribute to Lucille ball. It brought Lucy and her husband, Gary Morton together on their anniversary, to present her with a humanitarian award. Lucy was also honored by being dedicated the Lucille Ball Diabetes Research Library at the Barbara Davis Juvenile Diabetes Hospital in Denver, Colorado in honor of her lifelong work to find a cure for juvenile diabetes.
9 December 1984 (USA)
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All-Star Party for Lucille Ball
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In an interview to promote the program, Lucy said she'd never do another series again. Two years later she changed her mind and agreed to do "Life With Lucy" for Aaron Spelling and ABC. She also says she'd like to do a drama about seniors being driven from their homes. It is likely that by November 1984 Lucy was already in talks to do her final film, TV's 'Stone Pillow,' which would begin filming in April 1985 and air in November of that same year. See more
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Not even Clark Gable could look into that face and say 'Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn'.
References Gone with the Wind
You Are The Sunshine of My Life
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