I Love Lucy Biography

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Being a YouTuber myself, I have to assemble and direct a cast of various roles of multiple people. It takes planning, writing, communicating, and timing. Getting each scene to play out as how you imagined it is always a challenge because everyone may have a different understanding of the script. Dialogue must sound natural and putting all of the scenes together along with the tone of the background music must fit all in a single video. The complexity of this art form is incredible, and it happens all the time in television. Yet, we rarely get to see behind the scenes of making the show.

In the late 1940s and through the 50s, television was spreading exponentially all around the country, and needed shows that can grab the attention of the masses. Comedians were the pioneers that paved the way for television today. Our first small screen superstar called himself Uncle Milty, also known as Mr. Television. He was the master of monologues, costumes, and slapstick comedy. Milton Berles 's Texaco Star Theater became the number one show on television which premiered the biggest stars of their time. On Tuesday night 's, he owned the airwaves; within weeks of the show 's debut, hundred of thousands went and bought a TV. He was the show people talked about, and it was the reason why most people
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Television 's first hit sitcoms are still the standard by which all others are measured. I Love Lucy debuted in 1951, and was an instant smash hit. Superstar Lucy and her co-star and real life husband Desi Arnaz made them America 's favorite comedy couple. Not only was the show ground breaking in writing and acting, but it was also the first sitcom to be filmed in front of a live audience for later broadcast. The performers didn 't need to memorize the lines again each time they need to redo a scene. Lucille Ball 's decision to put her show on film was a brilliant one. After that, we 've always been trying to make another big leap of entertainment, creating new technology and
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