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  1. Jessurun James Oppenheimer (November 11, 1913 – December 27, 1988) was an American radio and television writer, producer, and director. He was the producer and head writer of the CBS sitcom I Love Lucy. Lucille Ball called Oppenheimer “the brains” behind I Love Lucy.

  2. 30 de dic. de 1988 · Jess Oppenheimer, a radio and television producer, director and writer who helped create one of television's most successful situation comedies, ''I Love Lucy,'' died of heart failure on Tuesday...

  3. Jess Oppenheimer (November 11, 1913 - December 27, 1988) Lucille Ball called Jess Oppenheimer "the brains" behind I Love Lucy (1951), and with good reason. As series creator, producer, and head writer, "Jess was the creative force behind the 'Lucy' show," confirms director William Asher.

  4. 29 de dic. de 1988 · Jess Oppenheimer, who created one of TV’s most popular shows, “I Love Lucy,” died of heart failure Tuesday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. He was 75.

  5. 16 de jun. de 2022 · Jess Oppenheimer was a Jewish comedy writer who created the most popular sitcom of all time, "I Love Lucy". He overcame his vision problem, overbearing mother and social isolation to become a master of comedy. Read his memoir and his son's interview with the Journal.

  6. 16 de jun. de 2022 · Jess Oppenheimer was the creator, head writer and producer of the legendary sitcom "I Love Lucy". Learn about his life, his memoir and his legacy in this cover story by Tabby Refael.

  7. Jess Oppenheimer was the creative force behind "I Love Lucy" and other classic sitcoms. He also held 18 patents, including the in-lens teleprompter, and worked with Lucille Ball, Fred Astaire, and Jimmy Stewart.