1. That it makes the scene stand out with every minute detail to the props and the setting of the scene inside the trailer.
2. He makes the scene diagonal in reference to the set, while the camera sits up straight to give the audience some jaggedness. The editing involves the use of an insert shot to describe the action of the trailer and the tool supporting the trailer. Long camera takes without interruption that was incorporated from the I Love Lucy (1951) tv series. The depth of focus is not deep or a combination of flat and deep, but it was flat from the foreground giving it some clarity in the background.
3. Lucille Ball's contribution was to prove to other comedians that a woman could be both an actress and the head of a television studio which did not happen before then. She also managed to be the forerunner of the first slapstick comedienne on television as a role model for later comedienne's on television in the future. Vincent Minnelli was able to use the techniques from her television show such as the long takes without editing interruptions as well as allowing the audience see the action from both outside and inside the prop setting.