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I Love Lucy by Lucille Ball, Betty Hannah Hoffman |, Paperback | Barnes & Noble®

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Even during the Great Depression, money could cost a girl too much. So thought one protective mother who forbade her child to travel to Hollywood and there become a Goldwyn Girl. On a Wednesday afternoon in July , this unknown young woman dropped out of the chorus of Roman Scandals, leaving her place to Lucille Ball. A few days later, Lucille, twenty-one years old, was among the dozen excited beauties who boarded the train at Grand Central Station for a journey to the coast. Lucille considered it a paid holiday, a chance to see something of the world before returning to New York that autumn.

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Around her, people rocked with laughter. The skinny fourteen-year-old girl with chestnut hair and vibrant blue eyes was less aware of the performer in front of her than she was of the extreme effect he was having on the people in the theater. Her name was Lucille Ball and she sat motionless, no longer caught up like the others, but simply trying to figure out how the man was able to so delight them. On a stage bare except for a single chair, a table, and a glass, Julius Tannen — tall, dour, and dressed in a business suit — stood in the stark spotlight and delivered a monologue that at first convulsed, then sobered, the people of Jamestown, New York. Firing off observations on matrimony, politics, and life in the mids, he delayed his punch lines just long enough for the sense of human folly to possess his audience. Exactly what Tannen said that day she would never quite remember, but his usual routine was to become several characters, women as well as men, each speaking a different dialect and uttering a different plaint.

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