Celebrate the centennial of America's favorite comedienne--red-headed or otherwise--with this fabulous four-pack of Lucille Ball's Columbia features, all made at the peak of her screen career. In Her Husband's Affairs, written by the legendary Ben Hecht and Charles Lederer, she's--what else?--a meddling wife, this time to a scientist (Franchot Tone)--but in this case she's the one who always saves him! In Miss Grant Takes Richmond, she's a befuddled secretary who unknowingly throws a monkey wrench into a bookie's (William Holden) latest scheme. In The Fuller Brush Girl, written by the incomparable Frank Tashlin, she's a goofy door-to-door saleswoman who becomes the prime suspect when acustomer is murdered and takes it on the lam with her fiance (Eddie Albert). And in Sam Katzman's Arabian Nights fantasy The Magic Carpet, she shifts gears to play a villainess alongside none other than Raymond Burr (John Agar and Patricia Medina are stuck with the good-guy roles). It's acollection you simply must have--especially when Ricky brings some big-shot home from the club! Newly remastered.