On the 100th anniversary of the birth of legendary television pioneer Desi Arnaz March 2, 1917, we celebrate a TV icon who not only co-starred in my favorite comedy of all time, I Love Lucy, but the Cuban-born immigrant was one of the most important behind-the-scenes figures in the history of broadcasting.
Arnaz was not only the founding father of Desilu Productions with his American-born wife Lucille Ball, along with the brilliant minds they hired the biracial couple created television methods still in use today, most notably filming a sitcom with multiple cameras in front of a live studio audience.
I Love Lucy reruns will last forever. Desi was proud Latino, who opened the door for other Hispanic performers in the media and introduced viewers to Cuban music on I Love Lucy.
TV Topper Desi Arnaz https://youtu.be/5u6-LgExBjQ?list=PLuhtcGHaXRgXiz-m8gBZJIjedW9J7Xtwv
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