History of the Lucky Lady
Lucky Lady Slots is widely popular among online players. But to determine why this is so, we thought it would be fun to research Lucky Lady to see what is so appealing about her.
Lucky Lady Sings
Of course, one of the most popular hit songs is “Luck Be a Lady Tonight” by Frank Sinatra. But we also found other Lucky Lady Songs including: Dolly Parton’s “Hey Lucky Lady;” and an unreleased song entitled “Lucky Lady” by Toby Beau; and “One Lucky Lady” written and sung by Lindy Gravelle.
One Lucky Lady Leads to Another!
Well, as you can surmise, the more we searched the more we found. In fact, there was a movie entitled “Lucky Lady” starring Gene Hackman and Liza Minelli made in 1975, and one that was produced in 1926 called “The Lucky Lady” starring Greta Nissen and Lionel Barrymore. Upon further research, we found several books with the title “Lucky Lady.” These include stories about horses, World War II heroics, cancer survivors, mysteries, documentaries, and more.
Lucky Lady Flying High
Perhaps the most intriguing find was the World War II aircraft named Lucky Lady. Lucky Lady I was the first B-29 bomber to depart Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, on a round-the-world flight attempt. The 20,000-mile flight was completed in 103 hours and 50 minutes. Lucky Lady was returned to Davis-Monthan Air Force Base August 6, 1948.
One year later on March 2, 1949, Lucky Lady II, a B-50 bomber, completed the first non-stop round-the-world flight in 94 hours and 1 minute. The aircraft successfully returned to Carswell Air Force Base.
In 1957, one of three B-52 bombers named Lucky Lady III made a round-the-world flight non-stop and landed at March Air Force Based I California after 45 hours and 19 minutes.
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