Lucy Ricardo's Resume
Lucille McGillicuddy Ricardo
623 East 68th Street #3B or 3D
New York, NY 10024
Circle 7-2099


Objective: To be in show business.

Work Experience
The Tropicana / Club Babalu (1952-1958)

Dancer
Ballet ("Slowly I Turn")
Rhumba ("Cuban Pete/Sally Sweet")
Jitterbug ("Stompin' at the Savoy")
Charleston ("Has Anybody Seen My Gal?")
Dancing Bull ("Fernando the Matador")

Singer
Barbershop quartet ("Sweet Adeline")
Calypso ("Man Smart, Woman Smarter")
Indian ("Waters of the Minnetonka")

Revues
French Revue
Atlantic City Revue
1920's Revue

Comedy
Burlesque Clown ("Slowly I Turn")
The Professor

Notable Performances
Served as magician's assistant to Orson Welles
Sang and danced with Bob Hope
Sang and danced with Van Johnson
Danced for the Queen of England

Television Commercials
Vitameatavegamin
Phipp's Department Store
Aunt Martha's Old Fashioned Salad Dressing

Game Show Appearances
Females Are Fabulous (radio)
Mr. and Mrs. Quiz (radio)
Be A Good Neighbor (television)

Movies
MGM musical (role: dead showgirl)
Bitter Grapes (role: a typical American tourist - will explain)

Local Performances
Milikan's Chicken Mash Hour (performed with Tennessee Ernie Ford)
Amateur Hour (song and dance act with twin boys)
Wednesday Afternoon Fine Arts League (performed Cole Porter's "Friendship")
Albuquerque Little Theater (performed with Ethel Mae Potter and Friends)
Women's Club Benefit (duet of "Underneath the Bamboo Tree" w/Ricky Ricardo)

Writing Credits
Operetta (including the hit song "Lily of the Valley")
Play-- "A Tree Grows in Havana" (later renamed "The Perils of Pamela")
Novel--"Real Gone With the Wind" (portions published in writing textbook)

Instruments
Saxafifatronaphonavich
Saxophone
Ukelele
Quika

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