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List of Lucille Ball Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. I Love Lucy (1953)
13
3
I Love Lucy
13
3

I Love Lucy is an American comedy film, which revolves around the lives of Lucy Ricardo, and her bandleader husband Ricky Ricardo.   

Role:
Lucy Ricardo / Herself
Starring:
William Frawley, Vivian Vance, Desi Arnaz, Ann Doran
Directed By:
Edward Sedgwick
2. NBC: The First Fifty Years - A Closer Look (1976)
9
3
NBC: The First Fifty Years - A Closer Look
9
3
Role:
Herself
Starring:
Milton Berle, Orson Welles, Jack Albertson, Johnny Carson
Directed By:
Greg Garrison
3. Stage Door (1937)
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13
Stage Door
45
13

Terry Randall is a woman from a very rich and influential family, who decides to see if she can break into the Broadway theatre on her own merit, without taking any help from her family. She moves into the theatrical boarding house, and is disappointed to see the kind of life the aspirants live.  

Starring:
Ginger Rogers, Katharine Hepburn, Gail Patrick, Adolphe Menjou
Directed By:
Gregory La Cava
4. Lucy in London (1966)
9
3
Lucy in London
9
3
Role:
Lucy Carmichael
Starring:
Twiggy, Anthony Newley, Joby Blanshard, Jenny Counsell, Clark Five The Dave, Denis Gilmore
Directed By:
Steve Binder
5. Three Little Pigskins (1934)
12
4
Three Little Pigskins
12
4

The three stooges are hired to dress up as football players and promote a professional team. They are soon mistaken for three famed professional players, known as the ‘The Three Horsemen’ and are recruited to play for a football team. With no idea how to play football, the three soon find themselves in a world of trouble. 

Role:
Daisy Simms
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Curly Howard, Gertie Green
Directed By:
Ray McCarey
6. Lucy Gets Lucky (1975)
8
3
Lucy Gets Lucky
8
3
Role:
Lucy Collins
Starring:
Dean Martin, Jackie Coogan, Joey Forman, Bruce Gordon
Directed By:
Jack Donohue
7. Mr. and Mrs. (1964)
8
3
Mr. and Mrs.
8
3
Role:
Bonnie Blakely
Starring:
John Banner, Bob Hope, John Dehner, Jack Weston, Max Showalter
Directed By:
Jack Donohue
8. The Farmer in the Dell (1936)
7
3
The Farmer in the Dell
7
3
Starring:
Frank Albertson, Moroni Olsen, Jean Parker, Fred Stone
Directed By:
Ben Holmes
9. Three for Two (1975)
7
3
Three for Two
7
3
Role:
Rita / Sally / Pauline
Starring:
Jackie Gleason, Gino Conforti, Paul Linke, Tammi Bula
Directed By:
Charles Walters
10. Yours, Mine and Ours (1968)
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17
Yours, Mine and Ours
42
17

Things get complicated when a widower with ten children falls for a widowed mother with eight kids. They decide to get married, but due to the problem of forming a huge and unconventional family, their dream seems far from reality.

Role:
Helen North Beardsley
Starring:
Henry Fonda, Tom Bosley, Sidney Miller, Van Johnson, Louise Troy
Directed By:
Melville Shavelson
11. Follow the Fleet (1936)
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10
Follow the Fleet
24
10

Seaman Baker and Sherry used to be dance partners, but they got separated when Baker had to enlist in the Navy. Now Sherry is working in a ballroom in San Francisco. When Baker visits the ballroom after a long time, he tries to rekindle his relationship with her. Meanwhile, his friend Bilge finds himself attracted to Sherry’s sister Connie. Problems arise between them because Connie wants to get married, but Bilge is not ready to settle down.

Starring:
Betty Grable, Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Harriet Nelson, Randolph Scott
Directed By:
Mark Sandrich
12. The Dark Corner (1946)
24
10
The Dark Corner
24
10
Role:
Kathleen Stewart
Starring:
William Bendix, Mark Stevens, Clifton Webb, Kurt Kreuger
Directed By:
Henry Hathaway
13. Five Came Back (1939)
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6
Five Came Back
17
6

On its way to Panama City from New York, due to a fierce nighttime storm, a plane crashes in a jungle that is inhabited by cannibals. Weeks go by, and they eventually manage to get the airplane repaired, but things get complicated because it can now carry only five passengers.

Role:
Peggy Nolan
Starring:
John Carradine, Allen Jenkins, Chester Morris, Wendy Barrie
Directed By:
14. Perfectly Mismated (1934)
7
3
Perfectly Mismated
7
3
Starring:
Fred Malatesta, Leon Errol, Phil Dunham, Vivien Oakland
Directed By:
James W. Horne
15. Lucy Calls the President (1977)
8
3
Lucy Calls the President
8
3
Role:
Lucy Whittaker
Starring:
Mary Wickes, Vivian Vance, Gale Gordon, Mary Jane Croft
Directed By:
Marc Daniels
16. Lucy Moves to NBC (1980)
7
3
Lucy Moves to NBC
7
3
Role:
Herself - now a producer for NBC
Starring:
Gary Coleman, Robert Alda, Gloria DeHaven, Johnny Carson
Directed By:
Jack Donohue
17. Lured (1947)
21
9
Lured
21
9
Role:
Sandra Carpenter
Starring:
Boris Karloff, Charles Coburn, George Sanders, Cedric Hardwicke
Directed By:
Douglas Sirk
18. Sorrowful Jones (1949)
9
4
Sorrowful Jones
9
4

This comedy drama film tells the story of a gambler who leaves his little daughter with Sorrowful Jones as a marker for his bet. However, when her father doesn’t return, things turn complicated for Sorrowful. 

Role:
Gladys O'Neill
Starring:
Bob Hope, William Demarest, Thomas Gomez, Bruce Cabot
Directed By:
Sidney Lanfield
19. The Long, Long Trailer (1953)
27
11
The Long, Long Trailer
27
11
Role:
Tacy Collini
Starring:
Keenan Wynn, Desi Arnaz, Marjorie Main, Gladys Hurlbut
Directed By:
20. General Electric's All-Star Anniversary (1978)
7
3
General Electric's All-Star Anniversary
7
3
Role:
Herself
Starring:
Albert Brooks, James Whitmore, James Stewart, John Wayne, Henry Fonda, Alex Haley
21. Dance, Girl, Dance (1940)
17
8
Dance, Girl, Dance
17
8
Role:
Bubbles
Starring:
Virginia Field, Maureen O'Hara, Ralph Bellamy, Louis Hayward
Directed By:
Roy Del Ruth, Dorothy Arzner
22. What Now, Catherine Curtis? (1976)
6
3
What Now, Catherine Curtis?
6
3
Role:
Catherine Curtis
Starring:
Art Carney, Joseph Bologna
Directed By:
Charles Walters
23. Miss Grant Takes Richmond (1949)
11
5
Miss Grant Takes Richmond
11
5

Dick Richmond, a bookie who uses phony realty business as a front, hires not-too-bright Ellen Grant as his secretary to cover-up his betting operations. Inadvertently, she involves the ‘realtor’ Richmond into a low-cost housing scheme when her friends are in need. Then, there is Peggy, Richmond’s ex-girlfriend, who is trying to get him back. Can Ellen help him out of this problem?

Role:
Ellen Grant
Starring:
William Holden, James Gleason, Janis Carter, Gloria Henry
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
24. The Fuller Brush Girl (1950)
10
5
The Fuller Brush Girl
10
5

In order to pay for the house she and her fiancé Humphrey wish for, bumbling Sally Elliot takes up door-to-door sales job with Fuller Brush Cosmetics; but unintentionally gets caught in a murder case. Afraid that she will be the first suspect, Sally with Humphrey tries to track the real culprit. The chase leads them to an ocean-going ship with hilarious consequences. 

Role:
Sally Elliot
Starring:
Eddie Albert, Mel Blanc, Jeff Donnell, Carl Benton Reid, Gale Robbins
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
25. Room Service (1938)
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13
Room Service
25
13
Role:
Christine Marlowe
Starring:
Chico Marx, Harpo Marx, Groucho Marx, Ann Miller
Directed By:
William A. Seiter
26. Without Love (1945)
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8
Without Love
15
8
Role:
Kitty Trimble
Starring:
Spencer Tracy, Keenan Wynn, Katharine Hepburn, Carl Esmond
Directed By:
Harold S. Bucquet
27. Fancy Pants (1950)
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6
Fancy Pants
10
6

Effie Floud unwittingly hires a struggling American actor, Arthur Tyler, to be the butler at her American home, after mistaking him for an aristocratic British butler named Humphrey. Humphrey is further assumed to be the future husband of the family’s tomboyish daughter Agatha, creating even more humorous situations. 

Role:
Agatha Floud
Starring:
Bob Hope, Bruce Cabot, Jack Kirkwood, Lea Penman
Directed By:
George Marshall
28. Best Foot Forward (1943)
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5
Best Foot Forward
10
5
Role:
Lucille Ball
Starring:
Nancy Walker, Virginia Weidler, William Gaxton, Tommy Dix
Directed By:
Edward Buzzell
29. The Big Street (1942)
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6
The Big Street
13
6

Shy busboy, Little Pinks, is in an unrequited love with haughty and selfish singer Gloria Lyons, the girlfriend of gangster and nightclub owner Case Ables. Gloria becomes paralyzed after being knocked down by Case, following which Pinks selflessly takes care of her and even takes her from Manhattan to Florida to reunite her with a former lover.

Role:
Gloria Lyons
Starring:
Agnes Moorehead, Henry Fonda, Eugene Pallette, Barton MacLane
Directed By:
Irving Reis
30. The Facts of Life (1960)
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6
The Facts of Life
11
6

Three pairs of neighbors plan yearly vacations together, but when Kitty Weaver and Larry Gilbert are stuck together in the absence of their spouses, they fall in love. Once the vacation is over and they cannot shake off their feelings for each other, they must decide whether to end their respective marriages and start over.

Role:
Kitty Weaver
Starring:
Bob Hope, Don DeFore, Ruth Hussey, Louis Nye
Directed By:
Melvin Frank
31. Two Smart People (1946)
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4
Two Smart People
8
4

Ace Connors is a con-man who is about to go to prison for the theft of half-a-million dollar worth of bonds. He arranges a deal to reduce his sentence by testifying against his former partner in crime. Shortly after, he feels that a con-woman, a cop, and his former crime-partner are after his hidden bonds. 

Role:
Ricki Woodner
Starring:
Shelley Winters, Hugo Haas, John Hodiak, Lloyd Nolan
Directed By:
Jules Dassin
32. A Girl, a Guy, and a Gob (1941)
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4
A Girl, a Guy, and a Gob
8
4
Role:
Dorothy 'Dot' / 'Spindle' Duncan
Starring:
Edmond O'Brien, George Murphy, Franklin Pangborn, Henry Travers
Directed By:
Richard Wallace
33. Ziegfeld Follies (1945)
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10
Ziegfeld Follies
18
10
Role:
Lucille Ball
Starring:
Red Skelton, Gene Kelly, Judy Garland, Hume Cronyn, Lena Horne, Keenan Wynn, William Frawley
Directed By:
34. Joy of Living (1938)
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5
Joy of Living
8
5

Successful Broadway star, Maggie Garret, finds herself in debt thanks to extravagant spendings by her mooching parents and relatives. When an admirer Dan latches on to her, she gets him arrested and is later appointed his probation officer. Eventually, she falls in love with the free-spirited Dan and finally escapes the clutches of her family.  

Starring:
Irene Dunne, Eric Blore, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Guy Kibbee
Directed By:
Tay Garnett
35. Easy Living (1949)
8
5
Easy Living
8
5

This 1949 American drama film tells the story of Pete Wilson, the highest paid professional footballer in his league. Though he wishes to retire due to his age, his wife doesn’t want him to, due to which he has to risk his health. 

Role:
Anne
Starring:
Victor Mature, Lizabeth Scott, Lloyd Nolan, Sonny Tufts
Directed By:
Jacques Tourneur
36. Beauty for the Asking (1939)
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4
Beauty for the Asking
8
4
Role:
Jean Russell
Starring:
Frieda Inescort, Patric Knowles, Donald Woods, Inez Courtney
Directed By:
Glenn Tryon
37. Lover Come Back (1946)
6
4
Lover Come Back
6
4
Role:
Kay Williams
Starring:
George Brent, Charles Winninger, Vera Zorina, Carl Esmond
Directed By:
William A. Seiter
38. Du Barry Was a Lady (1943)
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6
Du Barry Was a Lady
10
6

Coatroom attendant, Louis Blore, adores the nightclub's star singer, May Daly, who is in love with poor dancer Alec Howe but wants to marry an arrogant patron for money. When Louis wins a huge sum in sweepstakes, he immediately wants to marry May, but after having a spiked drink, slips into a dream that changes his perspective.

Role:
May Daly / Madame Du Barry
Starring:
Ava Gardner, Lana Turner, Red Skelton, Gene Kelly, Zero Mostel
Directed By:
Roy Del Ruth
39. Thousands Cheer (1943)
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6
Thousands Cheer
9
6

Private Eddie Marsh has recently joined the army but possesses an entertainer’s spirit. On his way to arranging a grand show for his fellow soldiers, he falls in love with Colonel Bill Jones’ daughter Kathryn. Now he must put on the greatest show to impress the Colonel and get his blessings. 

Starring:
Mickey Rooney, Donna Reed, Gene Kelly, Lena Horne, Ann Sothern, Red Skelton, Judy Garland
Directed By:
George Sidney
40. Next Time I Marry (1938)
7
4
Next Time I Marry
7
4
Role:
Nancy Crocker Fleming
Starring:
James Ellison, Granville Bates, Lee Bowman, Mantan Moreland
Directed By:
Garson Kanin
41. Forever, Darling (1956)
10
6
Forever, Darling
10
6

Married for five years, chemical engineer, Lorenzo Xavier Vega, has been neglecting his wife, Susan, because he is too busy inventing a new insecticide. When Susan’s guardian angel appears and advises her to support her husband, she decides to accompany her husband on a camping trip. Unfortunately, everything starts going wrong. 

Role:
Susan Vega
Starring:
James Mason, Desi Arnaz, Louis Calhern, John Emery
Directed By:
Alexander Hall
42. Easy to Wed (1946)
9
5
Easy to Wed
9
5

To prevent a libel case against his newspaper, an editor hires a male escort to compromise the reputation of the woman who is suing his newspaper. 

Role:
Gladys Benton
Starring:
Keenan Wynn, Van Johnson, Esther Williams, Cecil Kellaway
Directed By:
43. The Affairs of Annabel (1938)
8
4
The Affairs of Annabel
8
4
Role:
Annabel Allison
Starring:
Ruth Donnelly, Jack Oakie, Fritz Feld, Bradley Page
Directed By:
Lew Landers, Benjamin Stoloff
44. Look Who's Laughing (1941)
7
4
Look Who's Laughing
7
4

After doing his last performance of the season, Edgar Bergen hosts an engagement party for his assistant Julie and his business partner Jerry. He soon sets off on an aircraft on a vacation, but gets lost.   

Role:
Julie Patterson
Starring:
Sterling Holloway, Edgar Bergen, Charlie McCarthy, Jim Jordan, Marian Jordan
Directed By:
Allan Dwan
45. That's Right - You're Wrong (1939)
6
4
That's Right - You're Wrong
6
4
Role:
Sandra Sand
Starring:
Dennis O'Keefe, Kay Kyser, Adolphe Menjou, May Robson
Directed By:
David Butler
46. So and Sew (1936)
5
3
So and Sew
5
3
Role:
Sally Curtis
Starring:
Billy Gilbert, Lorin Raker, Constance Bergen, Edward Keane
47. Having Wonderful Time (1938)
8
5
Having Wonderful Time
8
5

Bored with her life, office girl Teddy goes off to a mountain camp for rest and solitude. On the way, she meets Chick, a law student intending to work as a waiter. Shortly, they fall in love and on their last day at the camp, Chick admits that he cannot marry her immediately, but they can become lovers, an idea that infatuates Teddy.   

Role:
Miriam
Starring:
Ginger Rogers, Red Skelton, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Peggy Conklin, Lee Bowman
Directed By:
Alfred Santell
48. Her Husband's Affairs (1947)
6
4
Her Husband's Affairs
6
4
Role:
Margaret Weldon
Starring:
Franchot Tone, Gene Lockhart, Edward Everett Horton, Mikhail Rasumny
Directed By:
S. Sylvan Simon
49. Chatterbox (1936)
6
4
Chatterbox
6
4
Starring:
Margaret Hamilton, Anne Shirley, Erik Rhodes, Granville Bates
Directed By:
George Nichols Jr.
50. Too Many Girls (1940)
9
5
Too Many Girls
9
5
Role:
Connie Casey
Starring:
Richard Carlson, Frances Langford, Eddie Bracken, Ann Miller
Directed By:
George Abbott
51. Seven Days' Leave (1942)
6
4
Seven Days' Leave
6
4

Johnny Grey is a soldier who is engaged to a singer named Mapy. However, he soon comes to know that he is the heir to a $ 100,000 from his great-grandfather but to claim it, he must marry another woman named Terry Havelock-Allen. He tries to figure out a temporary marriage-of-convenience with her.

Role:
Terry Havalok-Allen
Starring:
Victor Mature, Ginny Simms, Harold Peary, Mapy Cortés
Directed By:
Tim Whelan
52. Valley of the Sun (1942)
6
4
Valley of the Sun
6
4
Role:
Christine Larson
Starring:
James Craig, Cedric Hardwicke, Dean Jagger, Peter Whitney
Directed By:
George Marshall
53. Don't Tell the Wife (1937)
6
4
Don't Tell the Wife
6
4

Major Manning wins a mine in New Mexico, which he believes to be worthless. Along with some of his associates, he schemes to use it to con New Yorkers. He meets his old partner Steve Dorsey, and together they convince Nancy, Dorsey’s wealthy socialite wife to invest most of her money into their mining project. However, things take a turn when it seems that the mine is actually profitable.   

Starring:
Hattie McDaniel, Guy Kibbee, Frank M. Thomas, Una Merkel, Lynne Overman
Directed By:
Christy Cabanne
54. Bunker Bean (1936)
5
4
Bunker Bean
5
4
Role:
Rosie Kelly
Starring:
Jessie Ralph, Robert McWade, Louise Latimer, Owen Davis Jr.
Directed By:
Edward Killy, William Hamilton
55. One Live Ghost (1936)
5
3
One Live Ghost
5
3
Role:
Maxine
Starring:
Leon Errol, Vivien Oakland, Robert Graves, Delmar Watson
Directed By:
Leslie Goodwins
56. Mame (1974)
15
10
Mame
PG
15
10
Role:
Mame Dennis
Starring:
Bea Arthur, Bruce Davison, Robert Preston, Kirby Furlong
Directed By:
Gene Saks
57. Panama Lady (1939)
6
4
Panama Lady
6
4
Role:
Lucy
Starring:
Evelyn Brent, Allan Lane, Steffi Duna, Donald Briggs
Directed By:
Jack Hively
58. There Goes My Girl (1937)
5
4
There Goes My Girl
5
4

Jerry and Connie are the best reporters in the field, but they work for rival newspapers. When they take a liking to one another, and plan to get married, both of their employers and co-workers try every trick in the book to keep the two apart.

Starring:
Ann Sothern, Gene Raymond, Gordon Jones, Frank Jenks
Directed By:
Ben Holmes, Edward Killy
59. Critic's Choice (1963)
9
6
Critic's Choice
TV-G
9
6

This 1963 comedy drama film revolves around a theatre critic who gets into trouble with his wife for giving a negative review to her poorly-written play. 

Role:
Angela Ballantine
Starring:
Bob Hope, Rip Torn, Marilyn Maxwell, Jessie Royce Landis
Directed By:
Don Weis
60. Meet the People (1944)
6
4
Meet the People
6
4
Role:
Julie Hampton
Starring:
Dick Powell, Bert Lahr, Virginia O'Brien, Rags Ragland
Directed By:
Charles Reisner
61. That Girl from Paris (1936)
6
4
That Girl from Paris
6
4
Role:
Claire 'Clair' Williams
Starring:
Gene Raymond, Jack Oakie, Herman Bing, Mischa Auer
Directed By:
Leigh Jason
62. You Can't Fool Your Wife (1940)
5
4
You Can't Fool Your Wife
5
4
Role:
Clara Fields Hinklin / Mercedes Vasquez
Starring:
Emma Dunn, Robert Coote, James Ellison, William Halligan
Directed By:
Ray McCarey
63. Annabel Takes a Tour (1938)
6
4
Annabel Takes a Tour
6
4
Role:
Annabel Allison
Starring:
Ruth Donnelly, Jack Oakie, Bradley Page, Ralph Forbes
Directed By:
Lew Landers
64. Happy Anniversary and Goodbye (1974)
5
4
Happy Anniversary and Goodbye
5
4
Role:
Norma Michaels
Starring:
Nanette Fabray, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Art Carney, Peter Marshall
Directed By:
Jack Donohue
65. Twelve Crowded Hours (1939)
5
4
Twelve Crowded Hours
5
4
Role:
Paula Sanders
Starring:
Donald MacBride, Cy Kendall, Allan Lane, Richard Dix
Directed By:
Lew Landers
66. The Marines Fly High (1940)
5
4
The Marines Fly High
5
4
Role:
Joan Grant
Starring:
John Eldredge, Chester Morris, Richard Dix, Steffi Duna
Directed By:
Benjamin Stoloff, George Nichols Jr.
67. I Dream Too Much (1935)
6
5
I Dream Too Much
6
5

I Dream Too Much is a musical romantic comedy film, which revolves around Jonathan, a struggling composer who gets married to a woman named Annette. She tries to help him get his music published, but instead in the process, she becomes a star as an opera singer. Frustrated with this, Jonathan decides to leave her. 

Starring:
Henry Fonda, Eric Blore, Osgood Perkins, Lucien Littlefield
Directed By:
John Cromwell
68. Go Chase Yourself (1938)
4
4
Go Chase Yourself
4
4

An insipid bank teller wrongly accused of robbery is chased by the police and even his own wife.

Role:
Carol Meeley
Starring:
Clayton Moore, Fritz Feld, Richard Lane, Joe Penner, June Travis
Directed By:
Edward F. Cline
69. The Magic Carpet (1951)
4
4
The Magic Carpet
4
4

Ramoth is a prince whose father, the Caliph, is murdered along with his mother, by an usurper named Ali. He is raised by his uncle and after he grows up, he decides to fight Ali and his minions, with the help of a magic carpet.

Role:
Princess Narah
Starring:
Raymond Burr, John Agar, George Tobias, Patricia Medina
Directed By:
Lew Landers
70. The Carol Burnett Show: A Reunion (1993)
12
2
The Carol Burnett Show: A Reunion
TV-PG
12
2
Role:
Herself
Starring:
Carol Burnett, Alan Alda, Ken Berry, Pearl Bailey, Art Carney
Directed By:
Dave Powers
71. Stone Pillow (1985)
12
3
Stone Pillow
12
3
Role:
Florabelle
Starring:
Daphne Zuniga, Stephen Lang, William Converse-Roberts, Susan Batson
Directed By:
George Schaefer
72. Lucy's Really Lost Moments (1956)
8
3
Lucy's Really Lost Moments
8
3
Role:
Lucy Ricardo
Starring:
Desi Arnaz,
Directed By:
Desi Arnaz
73. TV's 50 Funniest Catch Phrases (2009)
7
3
TV's 50 Funniest Catch Phrases
7
3
Starring:
Jason Alexander, Jane Krakowski, Dan Aykroyd, Jennifer Aniston, Bea Arthur, Carol Burnett
Directed By:
Brad Lachman
74. A Night at the Biltmore Bowl (1935)
7
3
A Night at the Biltmore Bowl
7
3
Role:
Lucille Ball
Starring:
Betty Grable, Jimmie Grier, Joy Hodges, Grady Sutton
Directed By:
Alfred J. Goulding

TV Shows

I Love Lucy
59
10
I Love Lucy
TV-G
59
10
Role:
Lucy Ricardo
Starring:
Bea Benaderet, Charles Boyer, Barbara Eden, George Reeves, Rock Hudson, Elsa Lanchester, Richard Widmark
Directed By:
William Asher, Marc Daniels, James V. Kern
Awards:
Primetime Emmy Award for Best Actress - Continuing Performance
The Phil Silvers Show
12
2
The Phil Silvers Show
12
2
Role:
 Fainting Fan (uncredited) 1 episode, 1959
Starring:
Bing Crosby, Tina Louise, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Paul Lynde, Dick Van Dyke, Dina Merrill, Dean Martin
Directed By:
Aaron Ruben, Caprio Al De
The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour
12
2
The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour
12
2
Role:
Lucy Ricardo
Starring:
Danny Thomas, Vivian Vance, Ann Sothern, William Frawley, Desi Arnaz
Directed By:
Jerry Thorpe, Desi Arnaz
Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse
10
2
Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse
10
2
Starring:
Buddy Ebsen, Trevor Howard, Jane Wyman, James Franciscus, Joan Fontaine, Jane Russell, Lee Marvin
Directed By:
Jerry Thorpe, Claudio Guzmán, Allen H. Miner, Allen Reisner, Douglas Heyes
The Ann Sothern Show
8
2
The Ann Sothern Show
8
2
Starring:
Joel Grey, Frances Bavier, Connie Stevens, Eva Gabor, Sal Mineo, Ann Sothern, Don Porter
Directed By:
James V. Kern, Richard Whorf, Sidney Miller, Paul Harrison, Abby Berlin
The Greatest Show on Earth
8
2
The Greatest Show on Earth
8
2
Starring:
Buster Keaton, Jack Lord, James Coburn, Louis Jourdan, Rory Calhoun, Jack Palance, Cliff Robertson
Directed By:
Vincent McEveety, Allen Reisner, Robert Butler, Paul Wendkos, Leslie H. Martinson
The Practice
6
3
The Practice
6
3
Starring:
Danny Thomas, David Spielberg, Shelley Fabares, Dena Dietrich
Directed By:
Noam Pitlik, Richard Kinon, Bill Persky, Tony Mordente, Roger Morden
The Lucy Show
12
4
The Lucy Show
12
4
Role:
Lucy Carmichael / ...
Starring:
Don Rickles, George Burns, Joan Crawford, Claude Akins, Jim Nabors, Frankie Avalon, John Carradine
Directed By:
Jack Donohue, Maury Thompson
Awards:
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series
Make Room for Daddy
8
3
Make Room for Daddy
8
3
Starring:
Ernest Borgnine, Ron Howard, Robert Reed, Dinah Shore, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Annette Funicello, Veronica Cartwright
Directed By:
Make Room for Granddaddy
6
3
Make Room for Granddaddy
6
3
Starring:
Diana Ross, Rosey Grier, Milton Berle, Danny Thomas, Sid Caesar, Rusty Hamer, Marjorie Lord
Directed By:
Here's Lucy
9
4
Here's Lucy
9
4
Role:
Lucy Carter / ...
Starring:
Vincent Price, Flip Wilson, Liberace, Joan Rivers, Eve Plumb, Don Knotts, Helen Hayes
Directed By:
Coby Ruskin, Jack Donohue, Herbert Kenwith, George Marshall, Jack Baker
Life with Lucy
5
3
Life with Lucy
5
3
Role:
Lucy Barker
Starring:
Peter Graves, John Ritter, Jenny Lewis, Gale Gordon, Ann Dusenberry
Directed By:
Bruce Bilson, Peter Baldwin, Marc Daniels
Sunday Showcase
3
3
Sunday Showcase
3
3
Starring:
George C. Scott, William Shatner, Eli Wallach, Geraldine Page, Jack Klugman, Maximilian Schell, John Forsythe
Directed By:
Alex March, Alex Segal, John Frankenheimer, Delbert Mann, Jack Smight

Narrator/Dubbing

Swing Out, Sweet Land (1970)
11
4
Swing Out, Sweet Land
11
4
Role:
Statue of Liberty (voice)
Starring:
Patrick Wayne, Ann-Margret, Phyllis Diller, Lorne Greene, Celeste Holm, Jack Benny, Michael Landon
Directed By:
Stan Harris

Special Appearance/Cameo

Fugitive Lady (1934)
8
2
Fugitive Lady
8
2
Role:
Beauty Operator (uncredited)
Starring:
Neil Hamilton, William Demarest, Florence Rice, Donald Cook
Directed By:
Albert S. Rogell
Top Hat (1935)
74
22
Top Hat
TV-G
74
22

Top Hat is a musical romantic film which tells the story of Jerry Travers, a tap dancer who comes to London to star in a show that is being produced by Horace Hardwick. He soon meets the model Dale Tremont, and tries to impress her to win her affection.

Role:
Flower Clerk (uncredited)
Starring:
Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Eric Blore, Edward Everett Horton
Directed By:
Mark Sandrich
I'll Love You Always (1935)
8
4
I'll Love You Always
8
4
Role:
Lucille (uncredited)
Starring:
Raymond Walburn, George Murphy, Nancy Carroll, Arthur Hohl
Directed By:
Leo Bulgakov
The Whole Town's Talking (1935)
17
6
The Whole Town's Talking
17
6
Role:
Bank Employee (uncredited)
Starring:
Edward G. Robinson, Jean Arthur, Arthur Byron, Wallace Ford
Directed By:
Roberta (1935)
17
7
Roberta
17
7

John Kent is a former football star at Harvard, who goes to Paris with his friend Huck Haines, and Huck’s dance band named 'The Wabash Indianians'. However, the band is not allowed to perform, when the one who booked them finds out that they are not Indians, but merely from Indiana. Joe decides to pay a visit to his aunt, who owns a fashion house run by Stephanie, her assistant. There, he meets a singer Scharwenka, who tries to get the band a job.

Role:
Fashion Model (uncredited)
Starring:
Irene Dunne, Ginger Rogers, Fred Astaire, Randolph Scott
Directed By:
William A. Seiter
Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back (1934)
8
3
Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back
8
3

While returning back home after attending partner Algy’s wedding, British detective Captain Hugh ‘Bulldog’ Drummond wanders into an old mansion in search of a telephone, where he finds a corpse. But the body disappears as Drummond calls the police. With friend Algy and the dead man’s daughter, Lola, Drummond uncovers Achmed’s evil plot to get illicit cargo in London. But the annoyed Achmed resolves to hunt down Drummond.

Role:
Bridesmaid (uncredited)
Starring:
Loretta Young, Ronald Colman, Charles Butterworth, C. Aubrey Smith, Una Merkel
Directed By:
Roy Del Ruth
The Bowery (1933)
8
4
The Bowery
8
4

This comedy film revolves around two friends Chuck and Steve, who like to find new ways to insult, prank and outdo one another. When both of them fall for a lovely girl named Lucy, their games turn more serious. 

Role:
Blonde (uncredited)
Starring:
Jackie Cooper, Paulette Goddard, Wallace Beery, Fay Wray, Herman Bing
Directed By:
Raoul Walsh
Blood Money (1933)
8
4
Blood Money
8
4

Bill Bailey is a corrupt bail bondsman who falls for Elaine Talbart, a wild and wealthy young socialite. However, Elaine is herself infatuated with a bank robber. Regardless, Bailey pursues Elaine, but he is soon lost in a maze of violence, racketeering and betrayal.

Role:
Drury's Girlfriend at Racetrack (uncredited)
Starring:
Frances Dee, Judith Anderson, George Bancroft, Chick Chandler
Directed By:
Rowland Brown
Broadway Bill (1934)
9
5
Broadway Bill
9
5

Broadway Bill is a comedy drama film which tells the story of a man and his love for his thoroughbred horse, which he wants to race. He is aided in his mission by a runaway heiress.

Role:
Blonde Telephone Operator (uncredited)
Starring:
Douglass Dumbrille, Warner Baxter, Raymond Walburn, Myrna Loy
Directed By:
Frank Capra
Roman Scandals (1933)
8
4
Roman Scandals
8
4

Young history enthusiast Eddie, a simple-minded delivery boy in West Rome, Oklahoma, is banished from the town by dishonest politicians. He collides with a cart and in an unconscious state, dreams of being a slave in Ancient Rome. There, too, he faces troubles with corruption similar to his home town, and gets embroiled in a plot against the life of the Emperor. 

Role:
Shantytown Resident / Goldwyn Girl (uncredited)
Starring:
Gloria Stuart, Paulette Goddard, Eddie Cantor, Edward Arnold, Girls The Goldwyn
Directed By:
Frank Tuttle
Kid Millions (1934)
8
4
Kid Millions
8
4

A poor Brooklyn boy inherits $77 million from his biological father; but to get it he must travel to Egypt. Traveling in the same ship is his father’s common-law wife and her rogue boyfriend, intending to lay claim on the booty and so is his sponsor, who is also expecting a share.  Then there is a local sheikh who is unwilling to give up the money. 

Role:
Goldwyn Girl (uncredited)
Starring:
Ann Sothern, Ethel Merman, Paulette Goddard, Eddie Cantor, Warren Hymer
Directed By:
Roy Del Ruth, Willy Pogany
A Woman of Distinction (1950)
7
4
A Woman of Distinction
7
4

Susan Middlecott, who is the dean of a college, feels that there is no room in her life for romance. However, things take a turn when she meets a charming British professor of astronomy named Alec Stevenson. However, she still resists being paired with him, but things don’t go as planned. 

Role:
Lucille Ball - Cameo Appearance (uncredited)
Starring:
Ray Milland, Rosalind Russell, Edmund Gwenn, Janis Carter
Directed By:
Edward Buzzell
A Guide for the Married Man (1967)
14
7
A Guide for the Married Man
PG
14
7
Role:
Technical Adviser (uncredited)
Starring:
Walter Matthau, Jayne Mansfield, Inger Stevens, Carl Reiner, Art Carney, Majel Barrett, Sid Caesar
Directed By:
Carnival (1935)
6
3
Carnival
6
3
Role:
Nurse (uncredited)
Starring:
Jimmy Durante, Sally Eilers, Florence Rice, Lee Tracy
Directed By:
Walter Lang
Murder at the Vanities (1934)
8
4
Murder at the Vanities
8
4

Jack Ellery, who is staging opening night of Earl Carroll’s latest musical show, calls police-detective Bill Murdock when leading lady Ann Ware’s life is suspected to be in danger. As Bill investigates backstage, two ladies are found murdered. While the musical numbers continue, Bill has to find the murderer before the revue ends, else the killer can escape with exiting crowds.

Role:
Earl Carroll Girl (uncredited)
Starring:
Alan Ladd, Victor McLaglen, Kitty Carlisle, Jack Oakie, Dorothy Stickney
Directed By:
Mitchell Leisen
Broadway Thru a Keyhole (1933)
7
4
Broadway Thru a Keyhole
7
4

Broadway Through a Keyhole is a musical film which tells the story of Frank Rocci, a racketeer who finds himself attracted to a dancer named Joan, working at a Broadway night spot.  He is uses his influence to help her get a significant role in the show, hoping that it will make her fall for him. She eventually accepts his marriage proposal, although it is more out of gratitude than love.

Role:
2nd Girl with Louie at the Beach (uncredited)
Starring:
Ann Sothern, Paul Kelly, Gregory Ratoff, Constance Cummings, Blossom Seeley
Directed By:
Lowell Sherman
Moulin Rouge (1934)
6
3
Moulin Rouge
6
3

Moulin Rouge is a musical comedy film which tells the story of a singer named Helen who gets married to famous composer named Douglas. Although she wishes to get back on the stage, her husband doesn’t allow her. Therefore, she tries to come up with a plan.

Role:
Show Girl (uncredited)
Starring:
Franchot Tone, Constance Bennett, Helen Westley, Tullio Carminati
Directed By:
Sidney Lanfield
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in Hollywood (1945)
12
7
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in Hollywood
12
7
Role:
Lucille Ball (uncredited)
Starring:
Lou Costello, Bud Abbott, Warner Anderson, Frances Rafferty
Directed By:
S. Sylvan Simon
Winterset (1936)
7
4
Winterset
7
4

This film tells the story of a young man named Mio Romagna, who is quite sure that his father, Bartolomeo. was innocent, and was executed due to a wrongful conviction. More than a decade later, he tries to uncover the truth.

Role:
Girl (uncredited)
Starring:
John Carradine, Burgess Meredith, Margo, Edward Ellis
Directed By:
Alfred Santell
The Affairs of Cellini (1934)
6
4
The Affairs of Cellini
6
4

Renaissance artist-goldsmith Benevenuto Cellini of Florence, who is commissioned to do artwork for the Palace of Medici, sets his sight on the duchess of Florence, who reciprocates his feelings. Although the wavering, unintelligent duke Alessandro is smitten with Cellini’s model Angela, he orders Cellini to be hanged. But a series of ensuing twists and turns work out in favor of Cellini. 

Role:
Lady-in-Waiting (uncredited)
Starring:
Fredric March, Frank Morgan, Jessie Ralph, Constance Bennett, Fay Wray
Directed By:
Gregory La Cava
Nana (1934)
6
4
Nana
6
4

Nana, a Paris streetwalker, is noticed by theater producer Gaston Greiner who makes her a part of his latest musical. Soon Nana turns a theater star, but the stardom brings on suitors making Greiner jealous and furious. When two brothers, Lt. George Muffat and Col. Andre Muffat, fall for Nana’s charms, it creates a bitter rivalry between them, ending in a tragedy. 

Role:
Chorus Girl (uncredited)
Starring:
Mae Clarke, Muriel Kirkland, Lionel Atwill, Phillips Holmes
Directed By:
George Fitzmaurice, Dorothy Arzner
Hooray for Love (1935)
5
4
Hooray for Love
5
4

Doug Tyler is a young man who is an aspiring Broadway producer. After taking a liking to a singer named Pat Thatcher, he decides to invest his ancestral property into a show starring her. However, he is not aware about her cunning father’s schemes.  

Role:
Chorine (uncredited)
Starring:
Ann Sothern, Gene Raymond, Pert Kelton, Thurston Hall
Directed By:
Walter Lang
Muss 'em Up (1936)
5
4
Muss 'em Up
5
4

A private detective and former police officer is hired by a wealthy aristocrat whose dog was shot. Eventually, this simple case gets more complicated leading to kidnapping, assault, police abuse and ransom.

Role:
Departing Train Passenger (uncredited)
Starring:
Preston Foster, Alan Mowbray, Ralph Morgan, Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams
Directed By:
Charles Vidor
The Three Musketeers (1935)
6
4
The Three Musketeers
6
4

The Three Musketeers is an action romantic adventure film which tells the story of a young man Gascon D’Artagnan, who arrives in Paris, with the aim to join the King’s Musketeers. Eventually, he is taken under the wings of three respected Musketeers named Porthos, Aramis, and Athos. They together fight to protect France as well as save the honor of a lady from the powerful Cardinal Richelieu.

Role:
Minor Role (uncredited)
Starring:
Walter Abel, Paul Lukas, Heather Angel, Ian Keith
Directed By:
Rowland V. Lee
Bottoms Up (1934)
5
4
Bottoms Up
5
4

Wanda is an actress from Canada, who wins a contest to go to Hollywood. She falls for the promises of two con men Smoothie and Limey. They make up a story that Wanda is the daughter of a British lord, and she is eventually noticed by a cynical and drunken director named Hal.

Role:
Chorine (uncredited)
Starring:
Spencer Tracy, John Boles, Herbert Mundin, Sid Silvers
Directed By:
David Butler
Old Man Rhythm (1935)
5
4
Old Man Rhythm
5
4

Old Man Rhythm is a comedy musical film which tells the story of Roberts, a business tycoon, who learns that his son Johnny is spending a lot more time with girls in college, instead of his studies. When he learns that his son is dating a gold digger, he joins the college as a freshman, in order to break up the relationship.  

Role:
College Girl (uncredited)
Starring:
Betty Grable, Eric Blore, Grace Bradley, George Barbier, Charles 'Buddy' Rogers
Directed By:
Edward Ludwig
Swing It (1936)
5
3
Swing It
5
3
Role:
Mary (uncredited)
Starring:
Louis Prima, Louis Prima and His Band, Pee Wee Russell
Directed By:
Leslie Goodwins
Jealousy (1934)
4
4
Jealousy
4
4
Role:
Minor Role (uncredited)
Starring:
Raymond Walburn, George Murphy, Donald Cook, Nancy Carroll
Directed By:
Roy William Neill

Lucille Ball Awards

Primetime Emmy Awards
The Lucy Show Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series 1968
The Lucy Show Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series 1967
I Love Lucy Best Actress - Continuing Performance 1956
Winner Best Comedienne 1953