It was announced that The Lucille Ball RKO Comedy Collection, Vol. 1 will be released 9/26/11 on DVD with three movies on it not previously released. (That's good!) Carol Meeley (Lucille Ball) is the wife of a dimwitted bank teller (Joe Penner) who finds himself accused of collaborating with a gang of robbers. Carol's only hope of clearing her husband's name is by proving he's not nearly smart enough to be a criminal, in the comedic caper "Go Chase Yourself" (1938). With Richard Lane, June Travis. Next, in order to claim a $20 million inheritance, Nancy Crocker Fleming (Ball) simply hires a temporary husband (James Ellison). But their cross-country trip to Reno for a quickie divorce leads to a series of comedic-and romantic-entanglements, in "Next Time I Marry" (1938). Lee Bowman, Granville Bates co-star. And, some of the greats of radio comedy team up for the frantic farce "Look Who's Laughing" (1941). Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy land their plane in Wistful Vista, home of Fibber McGee and Molly, and decide to build an aircraft factory there. Ball co-stars as Bergen's secretary; with Harold Peary, and Jim and Marian Jordan. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono. Two-disc set.
Greatest Classic Legends Film Collection: Lucille Ball - "Forever Darling" (1956) stars Lucille Ball, who begins to feel neglected by her workaholic chemist husband, Desi Arnaz. When Ball wishes for more attention from her spouse, her guardian angel (James Mason) appears and warns her of trouble unless she can take more of an interest in him. When Ball accompanies Arnaz on a camping trip to work matters out while he tests an insecticide, hilarious catastrophes ensue when everything goes wrong. Two-disc set also includes "Room Service," "Du Barry Was a Lady," and "The Long, Long Trailer." 6 hrs. total. Standard/Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital mono, French Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English (SDH), French, Spanish; theatrical trailers; bonus footage; bonus shorts "Party Fever" (1938), "The Daffy Doc" (1938), "Seeing Hands" (1943), "Bah Wilderness" (1943). "Ain't It Aggravatin'" (1954), "Dixieland Droopy" (1954).