JL goofing on the set of The Big Mouth.
I love when Jerry does this look when he is all ‘verklempt’ over a dame…
Her cup runneth over, lol
Jer explaining how he came to have a swordfish through his body, lol, in Hook, Line and Sinker.
Jerry Lewis in different characters for scenes for the film Hollywood or Bust 1956).
Rest in Peace Robin Williams (July 21, 1951 – August 11, 2014).
“No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world.”
"o-oh, you startled me. Can I help ya?" Jerry asked.
Frank Tashlin & Jerry Lewis on the set of “The Bellboy”
Jerry Lewis and Michael Landon make satirical comments to clips from Landon’s 1957 flick I Was a Teenage Werewolf on the Jerry Lewis Show (September 24, 1968).
See what I mean?
What I’d really like to see right now is Jerry Lewis taking a photograph of Ursula Andress and Woody Allen ~ WAIT…there you go!
Pretty much anyone you can think of has been in a photo with JL….
Source: Jerry Lewis Forever FB page
Well, if a man with an ulcer and a splinter in his finger and a nail in his foot was then struck by lightning, if you could say that man was not hurt, then yes, you could say I’m not hurt.
The Nutty Professor (1963, dir. Jerry Lewis)
Jerry Lewis, self portrait, late 1950’s.
Gentle on my Mind
Recorded at Gotham Records 8/23/60
Hope everyone is enjoying their summer!
"How does he feel about his return to the limelight? ‘It’s annoying the shit out of me!’ he says with a twinkle in his eye.”
A telling new interview of JL at 88, in The Hollywood Reporter.
“By the time Jerry Lewis co-wrote, co-produced, directed, and starred in The Nutty Professor in 1963, he’d been acting in movies for nearly 15 years, and had worked during that stretch with bright comedy minds like Norman Taurog and Frank Tashlin. But Lewis had only been a director himself since 1960. The Nutty Professor was Lewis’ fourth film behind the camera, and while the three pictures that preceded it are frequently brilliant, The Nutty Professor best reveals what Lewis picked up from Tashlin’s anything-for-a-gag philosophy, as well as what Lewis absorbed from people like Charlie Chaplin and Jacques Tati, who were both great film comedians and visual stylists. Working with his longtime collaborator Bill Richmond, Lewis constructed one of his sturdiest scripts in The Nutty Professor, and he wasted scarcely a minute of it.”
Newly released in a 50th-anniversary Blu-ray format, one of Jerry Lewis’ funniest movies is named Essential Retro. Read the full review.