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Madelyn Pugh Davis

Madelyn Pugh Davis (AP Photo)
Madelyn Pugh Davis (AP Photo)

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December 13, 2014 "Miss u Madelyn... and will always cherish knowing u and Dr. Davis and the time that I spent with u n your home!! r.i.p Wonder............"
February 11, 2012 "You will be miss!!" - Cindy Jacobs (Hollywood, FL)
November 20, 2011 ""Thank you, Madelyn" doesn't begin to fully express the legacy of laughter that you left in my life and all who love Lucy. After reading your book, there were two things that came to mind. First, I wanted more. The book was far too brief. Secondly, a truly great writer knows when to stop and leaving the reader wishing for more. It would be one of my fondest desires that the surviving family members who have access to untold volumes of stories both written and verbal publish another book and give us more. The family need not worry about how to be brief to keep the reader wanting more. Now is the time to fill in the blanks and connect the dots. The table was set. Please may we now feast on untold stories." - Keith Thompson (Santa Rosa, CA)
May 25, 2011 "Thank you, Madelyn...Everytime I watch I Love Lucy I laugh out loud as if it were the first time viewing the episode. My condolences to your family." - J Scales (New York, NY)
April 26, 2011 "Madelyn was one of the writers that brought Lucy Ricardo to life on paper. Lucille Ball brought Lucy Ricardo to life on TV. Madelyn and family-Thank you for bringing so much laughter to millions every day!" - Cassandria Lucianna Carlson and Family (Schaumburg, IL)
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Obituary for Madelyn Pugh Davis
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Madelyn Pugh Davis, a screenwriter who co-created the lines and slapstick that Lucille Ball brought to life in TV's classic comedy...
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