How ‘I Love Lucy’ Revolutionized Entertainment Forever


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Before there was Tina Fey or Amy Poehler, Lucille Ball ran the show (quite literally). She bolstered a female presence in both comedy and business, as one of the first successful female comedians and studio executive heads. 


How do you become an enduring Hollywood icon? Simply put, you have to break bounds and take risks. Ball certainly did that over the course of her illustrious career, and in more ways than one. Her most successful project, I Love Lucy, illuminates Ball’s brazen work and legacy on entertainment. Check out this video for some of I Love Lucy’s most revolutionary feats. 
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You'll Love These Automatic, Systematic, Hydromatic Facts About Grease

"Well, this car is automatic. It's systematic. It's hydromatic. Why, it's greased lightning!" Who doesn't hear those lyrics and immediately start singing and dancing along?! With its modest $6 million budget, Grease was released in 1978 to immediate fanfare, sweeping the People's Choice Awards and resulting in generations of kids emulating the cast. The…

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