Hundreds of Lucille Ball's fans visited her star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame and signed a blocklong sympathy scroll that will be presented to the late comedian's family.

During the weekend, the paper was spread out along Hollywood Boulevard and taped to the sidewalk, where fans and tourists scribbled condolences and remembrances to the star of "I Love Lucy."At her nearby marble-and-bronze star on the walk, a makeshift shrine was erected that was adorned with dozens of red roses, candy, lipsticks and photos of the film and television star.

"I thought if people wanted to show their gratitude, I thought I'd start a card. I started out with six pieces and people seemed to like it so I just kept going," Peggy Robinson, who thought of the giant sympathy card, said Sunday.

She said she planned to present it to Miss Ball's family Monday.