This third edition of "Lucy A to Z" is filled with newly discovered archival research and updated information.Read more...
This third edition of "Lucy A to Z" is filled with newly discovered archival research and updated information. Author Michael Karol obtained exclusive interviews, like the chat with Lucy's personal secretary, Wanda Clark, and details of the stage careers of the four "I Love Lucy" principals. Fans will revel in a special treat: information on a "lost" Broadway play from 1963 in which one of the major characters was based on Lucille Ball called "Nobody Loves an Albatross,"
Since its initial publication in May 2001, "Lucy A to Z" has found acceptance in the hearts of Lucy fans everywhere, from the Lucy-Desi Museum in Jamestown, New York, to the Loving Lucy convention in Burbank, California, and all points in between.
The public has loved Lucille Ball for more than 50 years. "Lucy A to Z" was created especially for these millions of fans.