Desilu Productions

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  • Lucille Ball: Vivid Red Hair

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    brunette, Lucille Ball's trademark was her vivid red hair. Lucille Ball was a life changing person who many people could relate to. She never gave up until she accomplished what she wanted, although she had many obstacles in her way. As people and production companies pushed her away, she still aimed to succeed in the acting world. “I would rather regret the things I have done than regret the things I have not done.” This quote said by Lucille shows her perspective on how everyone should live their

  • Analysis Of I Love Lucy

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    Lucille Ball has rightfully earned the nickname the ultimate trickster by her character’s depiction through the popular 50s comedian show, I Love Lucy. For six seasons, it was aired on CBS consistently receiving the #1 rank show for six years straight. The show and Lucille’s character was one of the most successful products television has broadcasted to the society. America was experiencing a postwar era in the 1950s, a devastation that occurred to the economy and the society after World War II ended

  • Lucille Ball Essay

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    businesswoman. While she was married to Desi Arnaz, she and Arnaz bought out RKO radio station, and changed its name to Desilu. After she and Arnaz divorced, Lucy bought all of his shares of Desilu (Moritz 34). This was very uncommon for women to do at this time. It was very rare that women even had any say about what was going on. This proved her strength as a woman. When she was ready to sell Desilu, Ball made a handsome profit from selling the company for $17,000,000 to Gulf & Western in 1967. Obviously

  • Character Analysis: I Love Lucille Ball

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    Even in this day in age, nearly 70 years later, people all over still know and love Lucille Ball and her iconic television series, I Love Lucy. After buying Desilu from her ex-husband, Lucille Ball became the first woman in history to own her company. She also realistically portrayed her character because when Lucille was pregnant so was Lucy. Ball is known as one of the most influential women today because she opened the door for future women in comedy. Throughout her lifespan, Lucille Ball continually

  • The Impact Of Technological Change On The British Industrial Revolution

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    technology, two competing factors are highlighted in literature. Economists like Sir John R.Hicks outlined that “the real reason for the predominance of labour-saving inventions is surely that … a change in the relative prices of the factors of production is itself a spur to innovation and to inventions” (). In contrast, Joel Mokyr argued that it was the right combination of useful knowledge generated by scientists, engineers and inventors to be exploited by a supply of skilled craftsmen in an institutional

  • Interpreting Theatre Concepts

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    expression of opinion, empathize a phenomenon, or tell a story through dialogue, song and body language. With multiple aspects contributing to this art, theatre is truly multidimensional. Throughout the semester, I have watched productions to analyze and evaluate aspects in the productions. Within helpful resources and my own techniques, I achieved the course objectives in a successful way. Because of this course, I have truly learned a multitude of aspects that can further enhance my education. Through

  • Herberger And Hale

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    Hale’s production of You Can’t Take It With You was breathtaking with its core concepts, portrayal of emotion, and plot. When comparing this with Herberger’s production of You Can’t Take It With You, you can begin to see the ideas mixing together as they bounce of one another so well. However, not all things were exactly alike in the two seemingly identical versions of the same play. The first concept in which ideas were ever-changing was the interpretation of characters in both plays. In Hale’s

  • Management Control Systems 4-6

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    time; which is an additional waste of resources. The key metrics that Grand Jean use to evaluate the company’s performance are very outdated. The main focus throughout the company is to focus on production output and metrics that affect or can be derived from focusing on production quantity e.g. production/year, standard hours/pair. However, there seems to be no consideration of metrics that affect the overall performance of the company. As mentioned before, the contractor’s that failed to meet

  • Massachusetts General Hospital: CABG Surgery (A) case study Essay

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    Problem: The cost of the health care industry has always been rising since the early 1980s. It has been a growing concern in both the industry and society. Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) is no exception. Even though the average length of stay (LOS) for the patients in MGH has been declining (Exhibit 10), it is still the highest compared to their competitors (Exhibit 6). Besides the cost, there is no uniformity of process and standardization across different facilities and departments of the

  • Essay on BUSI650 B05 DB1 Thread RCherry

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    the manager should seek to commit his work to the Lord, so that his “plans will be established” (Prov. 16:3). Application Real-world businesses with customers which require product flexibility, in lower volumes, have the beginnings of a job shop production process (Choudhari, Adil, & Ananthakumar, 2012). Such a beginning is further evidenced when the job force is made up of highly skilled employees that are able to help create a wide array of products (Pederson, Dresdow, & Benson, 2013). The job