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Lucy sits down with Gertrude Berg to discuss her iconic radio roles, her upcoming work on the stage, and how she encourages her children to express their creativity. more
Gene Kelly joins Lucy again to give insight into his home life and how's he always looking for fresh talent on the road. A legendary choreographer, Kelly tells Lucy about his desire for more boys to learn the art of dance and what makes a great routi... more
Gene Kelly, talented actor and choreographer, talks Lucy through his humble beginnings as a bricklayer, his dancing heritage, and how he tries to remain grounded in Hollywood. more
this is an interview with Steve Allen, not Steve Martin
Thanks for sharing this, always great to hear Lucy and getting to know her personal side better. I have to say that the 1960s are not coming off so well. The outmoded attitudes toward marriage and child rearing can be really cringe-worthy at times!
I love Lucy’s smart side and the fascinating people she interviews. And for many, it is a welcome walk down memory lane as I enjoyed the performers so much when I used to watch them in the “olden” days.
I look forward to every Thursday because I know that another episode will be available! I enjoy listening to Lucy talk to everyone. I have loved listening to this from the beginning, but today’s episode with Hal King just might be one of my favorites—it’s both interesting and useful! Thank you, Lucie, for releasing these wonderful interviews!
These are awesome and as funny as it may seem, they don’t feel dated, it’s as if these interviews occurred last week! I’m really enjoying and can’t wait for more 💜 more
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Let's Talk To Lucy launched a year ago and published 48 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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