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Blu-ray Review: I Love Lucy (Ultimate Season 1)

I Love Lucy: Ultimate Season 1 brings an even greater clarity to the legendary sitcom thanks to the power of Blu-ray. »»

Honeymooners, I Love Lucy and Andy Griffith Show Coming to Blu-ray in May

Classic television is about to get a lot clearer with three of the greats coming out on Blu-ray on May 6th. »»

DVD Review: The Lucy Show (Official Sixth and Final Season)

The DVD set wraps up the second TV version of Lucy. »»

DVD Review: The Lucy Show (The Official Fifth Season)

The Lucy Show: The Official Fifth Season gives a fine presentation to the overshadowed series. »»

DVD Review: Dennis the Menace (Season Three)

Sandy Koufax and Harold Gould pay a visit in what would be Joseph Kearns' final season as Mr. Wilson. »»

The Lucy Show (The Official Fourth Season) - DVD Review

The Lucy Show: The Official Fourth Season gives us a streamlined show with a woman not held back by family issues. »»

Dennis the Menace: Season One - DVD Review

Dennis the Menace: Season One brings back the joy of a kid smiling as he makes everything around him collapse. »»

Disc News: Dennis the Menace ravages in March

The most out of control kid in 1959 is finally coming to DVD on March 29. »»

The Lucy Show: The Official Third Season - DVD Review

The end of Lucy and Viv as a comedy duo wasn’t nearly a jolt like the break up of Abbott and Costello. The fact that Viv popped up as a guest star in later episodes didn’t make it feel so traumatic. »»

Yoo-Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg - DVD Review

The box for Yoo-Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg declares, “The Most Famous Woman in America You’ve Never Heard Of.” Often times I scoff at such hype. But it’s true. »»

The Mothers-In-Law: The Complete Series - DVD Review

The Mothers-In-Law: The Complete Series contains the two seasons that charted the mothers fight for control over their hitched kids. »»

The Lucy Show: The Official Second Season - DVD Review

When does red appear black and white? »»

My Three Sons: The Second Season, Volume Two - DVD Review

My Three Sons: The Second Season, Volume Two is worth grabbing just for the scene of Frawley scalping the future Mr. Drysdale. »»

Here’s Lucy: Season Three - DVD Review

Here’s Lucy: Season Three keeps up the feeling that this series was a variety show disguised as a sitcom. »»

I Love Lucy: The Movie - DVD Review

I Love Lucy: The Movie is an exciting addition to the classic series.The fresh elements in the film elevate the piece into a real film instead of a cheap way to make another buck off the episodes. »»

My Three Sons: The Second Season, Volume One - DVD Review

My Three Sons: The Second Season, Volume One once more allows us to realize that Bub was the true dad to these boys. »»

Here’s Lucy: Season 2 - DVD Review

Here’s Lucy: Season Two has plenty of remote moments that take this TV landmark to national landmarks. »»

Here’s Lucy: Season One - DVD Review

Here’s Lucy: Season One shows how Lucy’s kids adapt to finally playing Lucy’s kids on TV. They are rather stiff in the early episodes. By the end of the season, they are finally getting loose enough to look like her offspring. »»

The Lucille Ball Specials - DVD Review

Lucille Ball was a regular fixture on TV from 1951 to 1974. Her broadcasting dynasty included three different sitcoms (I Love Lucy, The Lucy Show and Heres Lucy) with her playing a crazy redhead named Lucy. After wrapping up her last series, she ma »»

Lucy & Desi: A Home Movie - DVD Review

For decades we watched Lucy and Desi in their fake Manhattan apartment on endless reruns of I Love Lucy. They were a real married couple playing a married couple named Lucy and Desi. The husband was a handsome Cuban bandleader. This was Desi’s background. Lucy got pregnant and had a baby on the show. The real Lucy had a kid at the same time. When Lucy and Desi stopped playing a married couple on TV, they divorced in real life. It’s easy to imagine that when Lucy & Desi left the soundstage, they really were like their characters. Were they? Lucy & Desi: A Home Movie gives us a glimpse into their lives when they weren’t performing. »»

My Three Sons: The First Season, Volume Two - DVD Review

How did Fred MacMurray become a beloved TV dad while he was portraying a major cad at the local cinema? While making the episodes that appear on My Three Sons: The First Season, Volume Two, MacMurray starred in The Apartment. Instead of being a family man, he turned Jack Lemmon’s bedroom into his den of infidel sin. While driving Shirley MacLaine to a suicidal cliff, he gave moral lessons to three young boys. Thank goodness William Frawley (I Love Lucy’s Fred Mertz) really raised the boys. »»

My Three Sons: The First Season, Volume One - DVD Review

Deep in the jungles of the Amazon rainforest there must be a tribe that worships the genius of William Frawley. Who is he? You probably know him best as Fred Mertz on I Love Lucy. Frawley didn't merely slouch into the sunset when Desi and Lucy finally pulled the plug on the show. He reinvented himself from the childless landlord to a grandfather on My Three Sons. Instead of dealing with a frumpy wife and her scheming friend, he supervised the motherless Douglas boys. My Three Sons: The First Season, Volume One gives us the initial 18 episodes that reminds us that Frawley ran the house. »»

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