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On March 2, they'll present their 1993 Emmy Award-winning documentary on Arnaz's parents, "Lucy & Desi: A Home Movie," at the Annenberg Theater in the Palm Springs Art Museum.

On March 19, Luckinbill will perform his one-man show about Theodore Roosevelt, titled "Teddy," at the Mc Callum Theatre.

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They decided to make it much more than a seasonal home."We came here to live, not to hide or retire or vacation," Arnaz said. In actuality, her parents not only had to star in "I Love Lucy," but they owned the show and produced it on a soundstage Desi helped design to film it in front of a live audience.

After "I Love Lucy" ended in 1957, Desi went on to produce TV programs like "The Andy Griffith Show," "Star Trek" and "The Dick Van Dyke Show" while running Desilu Studios.

It's like Arnaz, the daughter of actors Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, has returned to "Here's Lucy" in a leading role.

On Wednesday, she and Luckinbill will be featured at a Luminary Luncheon presented by the Coachella Valley Repertory at Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage.

So Mc Callum President and CEO Mitch Gershenfeld asked Zippel to plan a tribute to Hamlisch for that January slot and Zippel asked Arnaz to do a star turn.

She made her desert debut three weeks after moving to Palm Springs.

Her parents were among the first residents of Thunderbird Country Club, built in 1952, and Desi lived in a nearby home now owned by actress Kaye Ballard after they divorced in 1960.

Desi also built the Indian Wells Resort Hotel in 1957.

Luckinbill calls both Lucy and Desi "geniuses" for accomplishing all they did. The work was the best part."Lucie started putting on little shows for her parents when she was 5.

But Arnaz says her parents most enjoyed making other people happy."I saw how much they loved the business," she said. Her outdoor life was restricted because her mother was afraid to let her ride her bicycle on the busy streets of Beverly Hills.

Lucille went on to star in "The Lucy Show" before selling her share of Desilu Studios to Paramount Television.

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