Nothing! I just love you, that’s all.
Lucille Ball on the cover of Silver Screen Magazine, Sept. 1943
Lucille Ball taking a skating lesson at the Radio City skating rink , New York, 1937 (via)
Lucille Ball in a publicity still for Easy to Wed by Clarence Sinclair Bull, 1946
Pictured are: Marilyn Monroe, Joan Crawford, Lucille Ball, Rita Hayworth, Elizabeth Taylor, Jane Russell, Veronica Lake, Clara Bow, Carole Lombard, Barbara Stanwyck, Jane Russell (again), Jean Harlow, Marlene Dietrich and Merle Oberon.
I Love Lucy
Lucille Ball photographed by Fred Hendrickson, 1942
Lucille Ball c. 1947
Lucille Ball for Max Factor c. 1930s
Happy Birthday, Lucille Desiree Ball
↳ AUGUST 6, 1911 - APRIL 26, 1989
"The sun never sets on Lucille Ball. All over this worried world tonight, nations of untold millions are watching reruns they also watched the first time around. Joy requires no translation. God wanted the world to laugh, and he invented you. Many were called, but you were chosen. All of the funny hats, the baggy pants, the mustaches and the wigs, and the pratfalls and and the blacked out teeth - they didn’t fool us one minute. We saw through all the disguises, and what we found inside is more than we deserve.”
- Sammy Davis, Jr.
"She was a great gal and a great lady. As a comedian, she was a natural. Her instincts were sharp, and she loved to work. She worked to perfection in all she did.”
- William Asher, director
"She’s given the world so much darn enjoyment, Lucille Ball is the best loved star in show business.”
- Ed Sullivan
Lucille Ball with her daughter Lucie c. 1952
Lucille Ball signature “Lucy Ricardo” polka-dot Dress designed by Elois Jenssen for I Love Lucy (1951-1957) (via)