America's Favorite Red-Head Remembered
Celebration in Honor of Lucille Ball's 100th Birthday
American actress and comedienne Lucille Ball (1911 - 1989) (left), as Lucy Ricardo, talks on the telephone in a scene from an episode of the television comedy 'I Love Lucy' entitled 'Job Switching,' Los Angeles, California, May 30, 1952. The episode was originally broadcast as the opening episode of the show's second season, on September 15, 1952. (Photo by CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images)
Friday, Aug 5, 2011 Updated at 7:19 AM PDT
An exhibit honoring "America's Favoite Red-Head" has been unveiled at the Hollywood Museum.
It marks what would have been Lucille Ball's 100th birthday and the 60-year anniversary of "I Love Lucy."
The "Red-Head's Only" room features Lucy's awards, costumes, photos and just about anything Lucy.
And, speaking of photos, Life Magazine has released some never before seen images of the "Queen of Comedy." They include photos of Lucy with her husband Desi Arnez who together formed Desilu Studios.