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Collector Edition -Third in a series featuring Lucille Ball as Lucy Ricardo in the classic I Love Lucy show, this authentic reproduction features Lucy in the hilarious episode in which she stomps grapes in an Italian vineyard. Lucy is dressed in a white peasant blouse, purple skirt and vine-patterned hair scarf. In her hand, she holds  molded grapes. Accessories include grape earrings, a black belt and black shoes.
Grape Stompin Italian Movie I Love Lucy Barbie
Designer:
Item# 25527
Year: 2000
Collection: Celebrity Barbie Dolls
Series: I Love Lucy Barbie Dolls

Collector Edition -Third in a series featuring Lucille Ball as Lucy Ricardo in the classic I Love Lucy show, this authentic reproduction features Lucy in the hilarious episode in which she stomps grapes in an Italian vineyard. Lucy is dressed in a white peasant blouse, purple skirt and vine-patterned hair scarf. In her hand, she holds molded grapes. Accessories include grape earrings, a black belt and black shoes.

Grape Stompin Italian Movie I Love Lucy Barbie
$79.95
 
Collector Edition - I Love Lucy premiered on October 15, 1951 and quickly became one of the most popular and beloved shows in the history of TV. In the 50th episode, Lucy Is Enceinte Lucy discovers, much to her delight and amazement, that she is going to have a baby! Her whole life, she has dreamed of a romantic moment, sitting on her husbands lap, cradling his head in her arms, and softly sharing her news. As always, Lucys plans go awry. She hatches a plan and goes to Rickys nightclub, The Tropicana. At the door, she asks the maitre d to give the bandleader a note, which requests he sing his song We are Having a Baby, My Baby and Me. Ricky begins by singing Rock-A-Bye Baby to the audience, walking amidst the tables, trying to find the expectant parents. Happily, tearfully, Lucy finally shares her news with Ricky ... and the world! This charming giftset capture the essence of that moment for fans everywhere.
I Love Lucy 50th Anniversary Barbie and Ken Giftset
Designer:
Item# 28553
Year: 2001
Collection: Celebrity Barbie Dolls
Series: I Love Lucy Barbie Dolls

Collector Edition - I Love Lucy premiered on October 15, 1951 and quickly became one of the most popular and beloved shows in the history of TV. In the 50th episode, Lucy Is Enceinte Lucy discovers, much to her delight and amazement, that she is going to have a baby! Her whole life, she has dreamed of a romantic moment, sitting on her husbands lap, cradling his head in her arms, and softly sharing her news. As always, Lucys plans go awry. She hatches a plan and goes to Rickys nightclub, The Tropicana. At the door, she asks the maitre d to give the bandleader a note, which requests he sing his song We are Having a Baby, My Baby and Me. Ricky begins by singing Rock-A-Bye Baby to the audience, walking amidst the tables, trying to find the expectant parents. Happily, tearfully, Lucy finally shares her news with Ricky ... and the world! This charming giftset capture the essence of that moment for fans everywhere.

I Love Lucy 50th Anniversary Barbie and Ken Giftset
$199.95
 
I Love Lucy has captured the hearts of television viewers since its very first episode in 1951. The Audition, which was the hilarious sixth episode of the premier season, was the first time in the series that Lucy Ricardo was shown trying to get into one of bandleader hubby Rickys acts a plotline that became a recurring and perpetually entertaining aspect of I Love Lucys history. In this episode, despite Rickys numerous attempts at keeping her out of the spotlight, Lucy finds a way to step in for an injured Buffo the Clown. Through a series of jokes, quips and brilliant physical comedy, Lucy steals the hearts of the talent scouts in the audience, who ignore Rickys talent and offer Lucy a contract instead!
I Love Lucy AUDITION Barbie Doll
Designer:
Item# L8808
Year: 2007
Collection: Celebrity Barbie Dolls
Series: I Love Lucy Barbie Dolls

I Love Lucy has captured the hearts of television viewers since its very first episode in 1951. The Audition, which was the hilarious sixth episode of the premier season, was the first time in the series that Lucy Ricardo was shown trying to get into one of bandleader hubby Rickys acts a plotline that became a recurring and perpetually entertaining aspect of I Love Lucys history. In this episode, despite Rickys numerous attempts at keeping her out of the spotlight, Lucy finds a way to step in for an injured Buffo the Clown. Through a series of jokes, quips and brilliant physical comedy, Lucy steals the hearts of the talent scouts in the audience, who ignore Rickys talent and offer Lucy a contract instead!

I Love Lucy AUDITION Barbie Doll
$79.95
 
Collector Edition - The fifth Lucy doll comes from the memorable I Love Lucy episode Be A Pal. In this particular scene, Lucy re-creates Rickys childhood home of Cuba, wearing a white Spanish-style dress with ruffles and different colored edging thats lined in red percale. Atop her signature red hair rests a headpiece with fruit and feathers. Accents include golden earrings and matching bangle bracelets, and green shoes.
I Love Lucy Be A Pal Barbie
Designer:
Item# 52737
Year: 2002
Collection: Celebrity Barbie Dolls
Series: I Love Lucy Barbie Dolls

Collector Edition - The fifth Lucy doll comes from the memorable I Love Lucy episode Be A Pal. In this particular scene, Lucy re-creates Rickys childhood home of Cuba, wearing a white Spanish-style dress with ruffles and different colored edging thats lined in red percale. Atop her signature red hair rests a headpiece with fruit and feathers. Accents include golden earrings and matching bangle bracelets, and green shoes.

I Love Lucy Be A Pal Barbie
$169.95
 
The Barbie Collector I Love Lucy series continues with its first−ever solo Fred Mertz doll. Based on The Christmas Show, this delightful doll captures Fred playing the part of Santa Claus for Little Ricky. In the actual episode, there were five Santas all gathered in the kitchen on Christmas morning. One by one, they pull the white beards off each other to reveal Ethel, Lucy, Fred, Ricky. They pull the last beard, whose wearer replies Ouch! As the real Santa disappears before their eyes, the amazed quartet turns to the audience and says, Merry Christmas, everybody!
I Love Lucy Fred Mertz Ken Doll
Designer:
Item# N8289
Year: 2009
Collection: Celebrity Barbie Dolls
Series: I Love Lucy Barbie Dolls

The Barbie Collector I Love Lucy series continues with its first−ever solo Fred Mertz doll. Based on The Christmas Show, this delightful doll captures Fred playing the part of Santa Claus for Little Ricky. In the actual episode, there were five Santas all gathered in the kitchen on Christmas morning. One by one, they pull the white beards off each other to reveal Ethel, Lucy, Fred, Ricky. They pull the last beard, whose wearer replies Ouch! As the real Santa disappears before their eyes, the amazed quartet turns to the audience and says, Merry Christmas, everybody!

I Love Lucy Fred Mertz Ken Doll
$699.95
 
Second in a series featuring Lucille Ball as Lucy Ricardo in the popular I Love Lucy Show, this doll is an authentic reproduction of Lucy in the episode, Job Switching arguably among the funniest and best-remembered Lucy shows. Who can forget the chaotic hilarity as Lucy and Ethel work on a candy production line? Lucys authentic uniform from the chocolate factory is a short-sleeved, light gray dress with tailored waist and pink trim collar and cuffs. A matching light pink chefs hat covers Lucys curly red hair, and a double-strand faux pearl necklace and matching stud earrings adorn her expressive face. The doll features different sculpting from the first Lucy doll big blue eyes, rooted eyelashes, painted red fingernails, and, of course, that inimitable Lucy expression.
I Love Lucy Job Switching Barbie Doll
Designer:
Item# 21268
Year: 1999
Collection: Celebrity Barbie Dolls
Series: I Love Lucy Barbie Dolls

Second in a series featuring Lucille Ball as Lucy Ricardo in the popular I Love Lucy Show, this doll is an authentic reproduction of Lucy in the episode, Job Switching arguably among the funniest and best-remembered Lucy shows. Who can forget the chaotic hilarity as Lucy and Ethel work on a candy production line? Lucys authentic uniform from the chocolate factory is a short-sleeved, light gray dress with tailored waist and pink trim collar and cuffs. A matching light pink chefs hat covers Lucys curly red hair, and a double-strand faux pearl necklace and matching stud earrings adorn her expressive face. The doll features different sculpting from the first Lucy doll big blue eyes, rooted eyelashes, painted red fingernails, and, of course, that inimitable Lucy expression.

I Love Lucy Job Switching Barbie Doll
$79.95
 
Before she was renowned as a Legendary Lady of Comedy, before she was known simply as Lucy, she was Lucille Ball. A beautiful model and chorus girl, this glamorous starlet lit up the silver screen with her charismatic personality! Lucille Ball Legendary Lady of Comedy Barbie Doll captures the essence of this extraordinary woman.
I Love Lucy Legendary Lady of Comedy Barbie
Designer:
Item# N2691
Year: 2008
Collection: Celebrity Barbie Dolls
Series: I Love Lucy Barbie Dolls

Before she was renowned as a Legendary Lady of Comedy, before she was known simply as Lucy, she was Lucille Ball. A beautiful model and chorus girl, this glamorous starlet lit up the silver screen with her charismatic personality! Lucille Ball Legendary Lady of Comedy Barbie Doll captures the essence of this extraordinary woman.

I Love Lucy Legendary Lady of Comedy Barbie
$99.95
 
Everybody loves Lucy! In the Lucy Is Envious episode, Lucy and Ethel need to make some serious money. They take jobs promoting a movie called Women From Mars and find themselves dressed as Martians invading the observation deck of the Empire State Building! Dolls only.
I Love Lucy Women from Mars Kelly Giftset
Designer:
Item# R4519
Year: 2010
Collection: Kelly and Tommy Dolls
Series: I Love Lucy Barbie Dolls

Everybody loves Lucy! In the Lucy Is Envious episode, Lucy and Ethel need to make some serious money. They take jobs promoting a movie called Women From Mars and find themselves dressed as Martians invading the observation deck of the Empire State Building! Dolls only.

I Love Lucy Women from Mars Kelly Giftset
$24.95
 
Hooray for Hollywood! At least thats what Lucy thinks in the episode L.A. at Last. But after a disastrous encounter with William Holden at the famed Brown Derby Restaurant, shes not so sure. Especially when Ricky invites Holden up to their hotel room to meet his biggest fan, Lucy. Mortified by her previous encounter, Lucy runs to the bedroom and disguises herself with glasses, scarf, and an oversized putty nose, which she manages to catch on fire, and then comically extinguishes in a cup of coffee! Lucy wears an authentic re-creation of the episodes costume, which includes a black chiffon coat dress with black dots over a tan jumpsuit. Silvery dots adorn her waistband and a large bow at the collar to coordinate with her dangling earrings. She has rooted eyelashes underneath tortoiseshell glasses that rest on an over-sized, protruding nose. Curls of her signature-red hair peek out from the tan kerchief that completes her disguise.
L.A. at Last I Love Lucy Barbie Doll
Designer:
Item# B1078
Year: 2003
Collection: Celebrity Barbie Dolls
Series: I Love Lucy Barbie Dolls

Hooray for Hollywood! At least thats what Lucy thinks in the episode L.A. at Last. But after a disastrous encounter with William Holden at the famed Brown Derby Restaurant, shes not so sure. Especially when Ricky invites Holden up to their hotel room to meet his biggest fan, Lucy. Mortified by her previous encounter, Lucy runs to the bedroom and disguises herself with glasses, scarf, and an oversized putty nose, which she manages to catch on fire, and then comically extinguishes in a cup of coffee! Lucy wears an authentic re-creation of the episodes costume, which includes a black chiffon coat dress with black dots over a tan jumpsuit. Silvery dots adorn her waistband and a large bow at the collar to coordinate with her dangling earrings. She has rooted eyelashes underneath tortoiseshell glasses that rest on an over-sized, protruding nose. Curls of her signature-red hair peek out from the tan kerchief that completes her disguise.

L.A. at Last I Love Lucy Barbie Doll
$99.95
 
Lucille Ball and Vivian Vance star as Lucy Ricardo and Ethel Mertz dolls, captured here in hilarious detail dressed as chocolate factory employees from the famous Job Switching episode. Includes a portion of the original TV soundtrack from the show where their antics land them in trouble, and with serious bellyaches, as the pace picks up on the production line.
Lucy and Ethel Chocolate Factory Giftset
Designer:
Item# L9585
Year: 2008
Collection: Celebrity Barbie Dolls
Series: I Love Lucy Barbie Dolls

Lucille Ball and Vivian Vance star as Lucy Ricardo and Ethel Mertz dolls, captured here in hilarious detail dressed as chocolate factory employees from the famous Job Switching episode. Includes a portion of the original TV soundtrack from the show where their antics land them in trouble, and with serious bellyaches, as the pace picks up on the production line.

Lucy and Ethel Chocolate Factory Giftset
$69.95
 
Here is the first collectible Lucy doll created by Mattel to authentically reproduce the famous episode where Lucy Does a TV Commercial. The dolls lifelike appearance and smiling face will evoke nostalgic memories of Lucys      hysterical performance attempting to sell Vitameatavegamin. Lucy is dressed in an amazingly accurate re-creation of the black and white houndstooth ensemble she wore to do her commercial and even holds a bottle of the powerful cure-all Vitameatavegamin and a spoon for tasting.
Lucy does a TV Commercial
Designer:
Item# 17645
Year: 1998
Collection: Designer Barbie Dolls
Series: I Love Lucy Barbie Dolls

Here is the first collectible Lucy doll created by Mattel to authentically reproduce the famous episode where Lucy Does a TV Commercial. The dolls lifelike appearance and smiling face will evoke nostalgic memories of Lucys hysterical performance attempting to sell Vitameatavegamin. Lucy is dressed in an amazingly accurate re-creation of the black and white houndstooth ensemble she wore to do her commercial and even holds a bottle of the powerful cure-all Vitameatavegamin and a spoon for tasting.

Lucy does a TV Commercial
$89.95
 
Episode 147, Lucy Gets a Paris Gown, originally aired on March 19, 1956. The Ricardos and the Mertzes are thrilled to be in Paris. As a special treat for Lucy and Ethel, Ricky snags coveted tickets for a Jacques Marcel fashion show. Of course, after seeing the designers clothes, Lucy vows that she will have a Jacques Marcel dress. When pleading fails, Lucy goes on a hunger strike. Ricky breaks down and buys the dress, but then discovers that Ethel is sneaking food to Lucy. As revenge, Ricky and Fred design potato sack dresses, complete with Jacques Marcel labels and a horse?s feedbag hat for Lucy. The French designer sees the women wearing the dresses at a cafe and Ricky confesses. In a hilarious final twist, Jacques Marcel steals the designs after Lucy and Ethel destroyed their originals!
Lucy Gets a Paris Gown Barbie
Designer:
Item# B0313
Year: 2003
Collection: Celebrity Barbie Dolls
Series: I Love Lucy Barbie Dolls

Episode 147, Lucy Gets a Paris Gown, originally aired on March 19, 1956. The Ricardos and the Mertzes are thrilled to be in Paris. As a special treat for Lucy and Ethel, Ricky snags coveted tickets for a Jacques Marcel fashion show. Of course, after seeing the designers clothes, Lucy vows that she will have a Jacques Marcel dress. When pleading fails, Lucy goes on a hunger strike. Ricky breaks down and buys the dress, but then discovers that Ethel is sneaking food to Lucy. As revenge, Ricky and Fred design potato sack dresses, complete with Jacques Marcel labels and a horse?s feedbag hat for Lucy. The French designer sees the women wearing the dresses at a cafe and Ricky confesses. In a hilarious final twist, Jacques Marcel steals the designs after Lucy and Ethel destroyed their originals!

Lucy Gets a Paris Gown Barbie
$149.95
 
Episode #116, Lucy Gets In Pictures, originally aired on February 21, 1955. The Ricardos and the Mertzes are in Hollywood where Ricky, Fred, and Ethel all have parts in movies. Lucy tries to get a part herself, even going to a famous soda fountain to be discovered, but that, too fails. Finally, Ricky asks his director friend to help, and Lucy wins the role of a showgirl who, during a musical number, gets shot and dies on the staircase. Her beautiful costume includes a huge, feathered headdress, which causes her to topple down the stairs. Lucy loses her coveted role, and becomes one of the background showgirls with a smaller headdress, but she still ruins the scene. Frustrated, the director puts Lucy on a stretcher, already dead and covered with a sheet, when the scene begins. Wily as she is lovely, Lucy finds a way to make her presence known in the film!
Lucy Gets in Pictures Barbie
Designer:
Item# J0878
Year: 2006
Collection: Celebrity Barbie Dolls
Series: I Love Lucy Barbie Dolls

Episode #116, Lucy Gets In Pictures, originally aired on February 21, 1955. The Ricardos and the Mertzes are in Hollywood where Ricky, Fred, and Ethel all have parts in movies. Lucy tries to get a part herself, even going to a famous soda fountain to be discovered, but that, too fails. Finally, Ricky asks his director friend to help, and Lucy wins the role of a showgirl who, during a musical number, gets shot and dies on the staircase. Her beautiful costume includes a huge, feathered headdress, which causes her to topple down the stairs. Lucy loses her coveted role, and becomes one of the background showgirls with a smaller headdress, but she still ruins the scene. Frustrated, the director puts Lucy on a stretcher, already dead and covered with a sheet, when the scene begins. Wily as she is lovely, Lucy finds a way to make her presence known in the film!

Lucy Gets in Pictures Barbie
$59.95
 
The Christmas Show was filmed on November 22, 1956 and originally aired on December 24, 1956. Its Christmas Eve at the Ricardo apartment and Little Ricky, dressed for bed, grills his parents about how Santa works. Finally satisfied that his presents will be delivered, he goes off to bed. The Mertzes soon arrive with a beautiful tree. As the friends trim the tree, they reminisce about their times together. They remember when Lucy told Ricky she was pregnant, singing in a barbershop quartet, and the night Ricky was born. The next morning, the four adults are up early. Meeting up in the living room, they realize that they had all dressed as Santa. Not wanting to disillusion the boy, they run to hide in the kitchen where a fifth Santa joins them. Hesitantly, they pull the white beards off each other to reveal Ethel, Lucy, Fred, Ricky? They pull the last beard, whose wearer replies ouch! As the real Santa disappears before them, the amazed quartet turn to the audience and say, Merry Christmas, everybody!
Lucy The Christmas Show Barbie
Designer:
Item# K4558
Year: 2006
Collection: Celebrity Barbie Dolls
Series: I Love Lucy Barbie Dolls

The Christmas Show was filmed on November 22, 1956 and originally aired on December 24, 1956. Its Christmas Eve at the Ricardo apartment and Little Ricky, dressed for bed, grills his parents about how Santa works. Finally satisfied that his presents will be delivered, he goes off to bed. The Mertzes soon arrive with a beautiful tree. As the friends trim the tree, they reminisce about their times together. They remember when Lucy told Ricky she was pregnant, singing in a barbershop quartet, and the night Ricky was born. The next morning, the four adults are up early. Meeting up in the living room, they realize that they had all dressed as Santa. Not wanting to disillusion the boy, they run to hide in the kitchen where a fifth Santa joins them. Hesitantly, they pull the white beards off each other to reveal Ethel, Lucy, Fred, Ricky? They pull the last beard, whose wearer replies ouch! As the real Santa disappears before them, the amazed quartet turn to the audience and say, Merry Christmas, everybody!

Lucy The Christmas Show Barbie
$199.95
 
I Love Lucy has been charming television viewers since 1951. An all-time favorite episode The Operetta has wacky Lucy Ricardo borrowing money from her womans club treasury. Then the group needs the money to stage an operetta! To save the $100 royalty fee, Lucy writes her own musical The Pleasant Peasant a love story about Lily of the Valley (Ethel) and Prince Lancelot (Ricky) whose love is thwarted by the gypsy queen, Camille (Lucy). Lucy rents costumes and scenery using a postdated check, assuming the money will be available in the club account after the show! The show is interrupted by moving men repossessing sets and costumes and Lucy is carried off stage, singing and slapping her tambourine.
Operetta I Love Lucy Barbie
Designer:
Item# G8057
Year: 2005
Collection: Celebrity Barbie Dolls
Series: I Love Lucy Barbie Dolls

I Love Lucy has been charming television viewers since 1951. An all-time favorite episode The Operetta has wacky Lucy Ricardo borrowing money from her womans club treasury. Then the group needs the money to stage an operetta! To save the $100 royalty fee, Lucy writes her own musical The Pleasant Peasant a love story about Lily of the Valley (Ethel) and Prince Lancelot (Ricky) whose love is thwarted by the gypsy queen, Camille (Lucy). Lucy rents costumes and scenery using a postdated check, assuming the money will be available in the club account after the show! The show is interrupted by moving men repossessing sets and costumes and Lucy is carried off stage, singing and slapping her tambourine.

Operetta I Love Lucy Barbie
$69.95
 
Timeless and eternally hilarious, I Love Lucy remains a benchmark of comedy. In the memorable Sales Resistance episode originally broadcast in 1953, Fred, Ethel and Ricky reminisce about a sales experience. Ricky was upset because Lucy had made a frivolous purchase when she saw an ad on TV. Ricky explains how to resist a salesman and insists that she return the item. Later that day when the salesman comes to pick-up the gadget he bamboozles Lucy into buying a Handy Dandy vacuum cleaner. Lucy enjoys a last happy moment with her Handy Dandy vacuum cleaner wearing a navy and white polka dot dress with a white apron.
Sales Resistance I Love Lucy Barbie Doll
Designer:
Item# B3451
Year: 2004
Collection: Celebrity Barbie Dolls
Series: I Love Lucy Barbie Dolls

Timeless and eternally hilarious, I Love Lucy remains a benchmark of comedy. In the memorable Sales Resistance episode originally broadcast in 1953, Fred, Ethel and Ricky reminisce about a sales experience. Ricky was upset because Lucy had made a frivolous purchase when she saw an ad on TV. Ricky explains how to resist a salesman and insists that she return the item. Later that day when the salesman comes to pick-up the gadget he bamboozles Lucy into buying a Handy Dandy vacuum cleaner. Lucy enjoys a last happy moment with her Handy Dandy vacuum cleaner wearing a navy and white polka dot dress with a white apron.

Sales Resistance I Love Lucy Barbie Doll
$89.95
 
The Barbie Collector I Love Lucy series continues with its 15th edition, and its first-ever solo Ricky Ricardo doll! Ricky is dressed as Santa Claus from The Christmas Show, also known as Jingle Bells or The Lost Episode, which originally aired on television on December 24, 1956. This unique show featured flashbacks to scenes from favorite previous shows interspersed with new footage including a hilarious scene where Fred, Ethel, Lucy, and Ricky all dress up as Santa Claus to surprise Little Ricky. Turns out, the surprise is on them, as the real Santa actually shows up!
SANTA Ricky Ricardo, Desi Arnaz Ken Doll
Designer:
Item# N7370
Year: 2008
Collection: Celebrity Barbie Dolls
Series: I Love Lucy Barbie Dolls

The Barbie Collector I Love Lucy series continues with its 15th edition, and its first-ever solo Ricky Ricardo doll! Ricky is dressed as Santa Claus from The Christmas Show, also known as Jingle Bells or The Lost Episode, which originally aired on television on December 24, 1956. This unique show featured flashbacks to scenes from favorite previous shows interspersed with new footage including a hilarious scene where Fred, Ethel, Lucy, and Ricky all dress up as Santa Claus to surprise Little Ricky. Turns out, the surprise is on them, as the real Santa actually shows up!

SANTA Ricky Ricardo, Desi Arnaz Ken Doll
$99.95