Saturday, October 11, 2008

Lucy's Films

This page is a listing of Lucy's many films, from 1985 to 1933. In many of her films from the 1930s, Lucy only had small cameo appearences and she had blonde hair.

Stone Pillow (1985; CBS-TV) [Florabelle]
Mame (1974; Warner Bros.) [Mame Dennis]
Yours,Mine and Ours (1968; United Artists) [Helen North Beardsley]
A Guide for the Married Man (1967; 20th Century-Fox) [Technical Advisor; Cameo]
Critic's Choice (1963; Warner Bros.) [Angela Ballantine]
The Facts of Life (1960; United Artists) [Kitty Weaver]
Forever Darling (1956; MGM) [Susan Vega]
The Long, Long Trailer (1954; MGM) [Tracy Collini]
The Magic Carpet (1951; Columbia) [Narah]
A Woman of Distinction (1950; Columbia) [Herself; Cameo]
Fancy Pants (1950; Paramount) [Agatha Floud]
The Fuller Brush Girl (1950; Columbia) [Sally Elliot]
Easy Living (1949; RKO) [Anne]
Miss Grant takes Richmond [Grant]
Sorrowful Jones (1949; Paramount) [Gladys O'Neill]
Her Husband's Affairs (1947; Columbia) [Margaret Weldon]
Lured (1947; United Artists) [Sandra Carpenter]
Two Smart People (1946; MGM) [Ricki Woodner]
Ziegfield Follies (1946; MGM) [Specialty]
Lover Come Back (1946; Universal) [Kay Williams]
The Dark Corner (1946; 20th Century-Fox) [Kathleen]
Easy to Wed (1946; MGM) [Gladys Benton]
Abbbot & Costello in Hollywood (1945; MGM) [Herself; Cameo]
Without Love (1945; MGM) [Kitty Trimble]
Meet the People (1944; MGM) [Julie Hampton]
Best Foot Forward (1943; MGM) [Lucille]
Du Barry was a Lady (1943; MGM) [May Daly/Madame Du Barry]
Thousands Cheer (1943; MGM) [Herself; Cameo]
The Big Street (1942; RKO) [Gloria]
Seven Days' Leave (1942; RKO) [Terry]
Valley of the Sun (1942; RKO) [Christine Larson]
A Girl, a Guy and a Gob (1941; RKO) [Dot Duncan]
Look Who's Laughing (1941; RKO) [Julie Patterson]
Too Many Girls (1940; RKO) [Connie Casey]
You Can't Fool Your Wife (1940; RKO) [Carla Hinklin/Mercedes Vasquez]
Dance, Girl, Dance (1940; RKO) [Bubbles/Tiger Lily White]
The Marines Fly High (1940; RKO) [Joan Grant]
Twelve Crowded Hours (1939; RKO) [Paula Sanders]
Beauty for the Asking (1939; RKO) [Jean Russell]
Five Came Back (1939; RKO) [Peggy]
Panama Lady (1939; RKO) [Lucy]
That's Right You're Wrong (1939; RKO) [Sandra Sand]
Annabel Takes a Tour (1938; RKO) [Annabel Allison]
Room Service (1938; RKO) [Christine Marlowe]
The Affairs of Annbel (1938; RKO) [Annabel Allison]
Having Wonderful Time (1938; RKO) [Miriam]
Go Chase Yourself (1938; RKO) [Carol Meely]
Joy of Living (1938; RKO) [Salina]
Next Time I Marry (1938; RKO) [Nancy Crocker Fleming]
Hitting a New High (1937; RKO) [?]
Stage Door (1937; RKO) [Judy Canfield]
Don't Tell the Wife (1937; RKO) [Ann Howell]
Follow the Fleet (1936; RKO) [Kitty Collins]
Bunker Bean (1936; RKO) [Miss Kelly]
Dummy Ache (1936; RKO) [Actress]
The Farmer in the Dell (1936; RKO) [Gloria]
That Girl From Paris (1936; RKO) [Claire Williams]
Winterset (1936; RKO) [A Girl]
Top Hat (1935; RKO) [Flower Clerk]
I'll Love You Always (1935; RKO) [Lucille]
Roberta (1935; RKO) [Fashion Model; uncredited]
Carnival (1935; RKO) [Nurse]
His Old Flame (1935; RKO) [?]
I Dream Too Much (1935; RKO) [Gwendolyn Dilley]
The Three Musketeers (1935; RKO) [Bit Part; uncredited]
The Whole Town's Talking (1935; Columbia) [Girl; uncredited]
Three Little Pigskins (1934; Columbia) [Daisy Simms]
Broadway Bill (1934; Columbia) [Blonde telephone operator; uncredited]
The Affairs of Cellini (1934; United Artists) [Lady-in-Waiting; uncredited]
Bottoms Up (1934; Fox) [Girl]
Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back (1934; United Artists) [Girl]
Fugitive Lady (1934; Columbia) [Beauty Operator]
Hold That Girl (1934; Fox) [Girl]
Jealousy (1934; Columbia) [Girl]
Kid Millions (1934; United Artists) [Goldwyn Girl]
Men of the Night (1934; Columbia) [Peggy]
Moulin Rouge (1934; United Artists) [Chorus Girl]
Nana (1934; United Artists) [Chorus Girl; uncredited]
Blood Money (1933; United Artists) [Bit Part; uncredited]
The Bowery (1933; United Artists) [Bit Part; uncredited]
Broadway Through a Keyhole (1933; United Artists) [Bit Part; uncredited]
Roman Scandals (1933; United Artists) [Slave Girl; uncredited]