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Statue of Lucille Ball

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100 N Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, Greater Palm Springs, CA 92262-5504
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Robby G C wrote a review Dec 2020
Toronto, Canada72,936 contributions1,699 helpful votes
Statue of Lucille Ball is at the Palm Springs. We cannot miss her. It is statue of Lucille Ball. She is sitting. Everyone wants to see her.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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dnaleciz wrote a review Dec 2020
Moreno Valley, California183 contributions115 helpful votes
During our tour of Palm Springs, located a beautiful bronze sculpture (100 N. Palm Canyon Drive) of a young lady sitting on a park bench next to the Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf shop. and across the street from the Palm Springs Art Museum. The lady is wearing old 1950 style clothing and she appears to be enjoying a day sitting in the sun. Unable to fathom who this statue was we asked other tourist for any information. We were told this statue was a memorial to Lucy Ricardo from the “I Love Lucy” television show. This life size statue was designed in 1995 by Emmanuil and Janet Snitkovsky. As a youngster I remember watching the “I Love Lucy” show and reruns as an Oldster. I remember Lucy Ball always being full of life and doing funny crazy things. After viewing this sculpture, I found nothing funny with this statue. This rendition of Lucy Ball does not reflect the true nature of that wonderful television star. Nor does it even look like her. The Snitkovsky created a nice statue, where one can sit next to the individual and have your pictures taken. Unfortunately, they miss the spirt of a remarkable talented Lucy Ball. Not worth the time and effort to locate this statue. Disappointing.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Jlawson wrote a review Sep 2020
Saint Louis, Missouri158 contributions16 helpful votes
Overshadowed by a tree, still a neat thing to see when touring Palm Springs. Take a seat, take a pic!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Robby G C wrote a review May 2020
Toronto, Canada72,936 contributions1,699 helpful votes
Lucille Ball takes the whole place for sitting. Her face is in the shadow. There are foliage behind. The statue is of bronze. Many people like to sit with her. Worthwhile to see!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Skegger wrote a review Mar 2020
Portland, Oregon115 contributions25 helpful votes
It's a bronze statue of Lucille Ball. It looks like... Lucille Ball and is made of bronze. Better than Cats, I'd see it again and again. Honestly, somebody put some effort into it and it looks cool, but it's not going anywhere, (because bronze is heavy) so take a look when you're in town.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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