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Director / Actor / Producer / Screenwriter / Composer
1926 - 
Born March 16, Newark, New Jersey, USA
Key Genres: Comedy, Family, War  TSPDT Rating: 6
Key Collaborators: W. Wallace Kelley (Cinematographer), Bill Richmond (Screenwriter), Hal Pereira (Production Designer), Kathleen Freeman (Character Player), Buddy Lester (Character Player), Walter Scharf (Composer), Ernest D. Glucksman (Producer), Harold J. Stone (Leading Character Player), Russell Wiles (Editor), Stanley Johnson (Editor)
Highly Recommended: The Nutty Professor (1963)
Recommended: The Ladies Man (1961)
Worth a Look: The Errand Boy (1961), The Patsy (1964)
Approach with Caution: The Bellboy (1960), The Family Jewels (1965)
Links: [ IMDB ] [ All-Movie Guide ] [ Senses of Cinema: Great Directors ] [ Film Reference ] [ Jerry Lewis Comedy Museum and Store ] [ Jerry Lewis Unauthorized Home Page ] [ Wikipedia ] [ Guardian Interview ] [ Slant Magazine Feature ] [ Museum of the Moving Image Article (2008) ] [ Bright Lights Film Journal Article (2009) ]
Books: [ Enfant Terrible: Jerry Lewis in American Film ] [ King of Comedy: The Life and Art of Jerry Lewis ] [ Why the French Love Jerry Lewis: From Cabaret to Early Cinema ] [ Dean and Me: (A Love Story) ] [ The Jerry Lewis Films: An Analytical Filmography of the Innovative Comic ]
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1,000 Greatest Films: The Nutty Professor (1963)
 

 

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