Lucille Ball

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  • Importance Of Lucille Ball

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    pretty face: Before there were women like Oprah Winfrey or Ellen DeGeneres, there was a Lucille Ball. A woman running her own television show, production network, while also maintaining the role as a mother and a wife. Lucille was one of the influential women of her time, impacting society anywhere from interracial dating and marriages, her television show and her pregnancy and what it represented. Lucille Ball paved the road for a woman following a career in comedy, expanding acceptance for women's

  • Lucille Ball Essay

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    Lucille Ball 	Lucille Ball has made significant and positive contributions to the country with her comedy. Many consider her America's best female actress. Kathleen Brady, in fact, says, "Lucille Ball is one of the greatest performing artists America has produced" (ix). Throughout her career, Ball has not only been a comedienne, but also a superb businesswoman, an excellent role model, and has won numerous awards. 	Lucille Ball's major contribution has been as a comedienne

  • The Symbols Of Lucille Desiree Ball

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    When you hear the name Lucille Ball or “I Love Lucy” you probably think of a skittish red head who had eccentric expressions and made America laugh. Lucille Desiree Ball was, and still is, an American icon because of what she represented in all four of her shows, how she changed the television and movie industry, and her fashion sense which created a well-known look for herself. Lucille Ball was born on August 6, 1911, in Jamestown, New York, to Henry and Desiree Ball. She also had a younger

  • Lucille Ball Short Speech

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    line. You really have to love yourself to get anything done in this world.” Lucille Ball. Lucille Ball was a famous actress on the CBS network, starring in the nations most beloved show ever, “I Love Lucy” and continued to be on countless television show and movies, such as “The Lucy show”, “The Lucy Desi comedy hour” and many many more. She is funny, inspiring, a hard worker, interesting, pioneer. Early Life Lucille ball was born on August 6th 1911 in Jamestown, New York. She soon after lost her

  • Research Paper On Lucille Ball

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    Influential Person Essay Lucille Ball was a beloved comedian/actress who opened and expanded opportunities for the profession of female comedians. Throughout Ball’s career, she was able to shape an industry allowing females to participate in a career of comedy that mostly males dominated. Lucille Ball is known as the First Lady of comedy. An influential person who has either a positive or negative effect on people is someone who grabs attention and who impacts people. Lucille Ball was certainly a positive

  • Lucille Ball: Vivid Red Hair

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    though she was a natural 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

  • The Life and Times of Lucille Ball Essay

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    The Life and Times of Lucille Ball "Love yourself first and everything else falls into line. You really have to love yourself to get anything done in this world." That quote was one that Lucille Ball lived by throughout her twisted and turbulent life. As one of the most recognized faces in the world, she is known to millions simply as Lucy. She went from waitress and salesgirl to model to Goldwyn Girl to radio clown to an unlikely leading lady in a ground-breaking sitcom that is still seen

  • The Last Days Of Lucille Ball Analysis

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    parent’s footsteps. The nurse is Juliet’s caretaker and friend since her parents don’t let her go outside. After attending the Capulet’s party, she has fallen madly in love with Romeo and doesn’t want to marry Paris who is quite older than she is. Lucille Ball was a remarkable woman who

  • Lucille Ball

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    Those that push themselves and what to achieve more, will. Those that have a fixed mindset will have a hard time achieving what they want. You can look back through history and see whom had a fixed or growth mindset. One examples would be Lucille Ball. She was told when she attended the John Murray Anderson School for the Dramatic Arts she had “no future at all as a performer,” We all know that this was not the case. In fact, she is an icon that most people know, even though she's been gone

  • Comparison of 1984 and the Handmaid's Tale

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    Rebellion for a Better Future Rebellion of an individual occurs when there is a difference of opinion. This conventional trait among society allows diverse ideas to be suggested and added upon for a better future and eventually an all around Utopia. Rebellious attitude is depicted throughout George Orwell’s novel 1984 and Margaret Atwood’s novel The Handmaid’s Tale in a subtle, yet powerful way. The faint, disobedient remarks made by their characters suggest their hope in the future generations