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7 of the Most Confusing Twists in Comedy History
There’s no shortage of confusing behavior going on in the entertainment industry. At this stage, the job description for becoming a celebrity […]
Jerry Lewis ‘Intentionally’ Left All Six Kids From First Marriage Out of Will
“… they shall receive no benefits hereunder.”
Jerry Lewis, America’s Polarizing Clown Prince
A look back at the life and work of a man who was monstrous — and brilliant.
RIP Jerry Lewis
Not long after the comedy world lost a legend and pioneer when Dick Gregory passed away over the weekend, it lost another star. Yesterday it […]
Comedy Legend Jerry Lewis Dead at 91
His family confirmed the news.
The Best of Don Rickles’s Roast Jokes
▶️ “I tell you out there, America, our governor is dumb!”
Jared T. Miller
Jerry Lewis Gave an Interview Full of Monosyllabic Answers and It’s a Delight
The famed comedian’s reticence was on brand.
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Part of Jerry Lewis’s Lost Film Appears Online
Few people have ever seen the movie in full.
lost and found
Jerry Lewis’s Infamous Lost Holocaust Clown Film May Finally Be Found
The Library of Congress has acquired the only known print of Lewis’s notoriously unseen
The Day the Clown Died
Jerry Lewis Gave ‘The Day the Clown Cried’ to the Library of Congress
Over fifty years after it was made, one of Jerry Lewis’s biggest regrets will finally be headed to theaters. According to the LA Times, Lewis […]
Patton Oswalt on Lewis’s Holocaust Clown Film
An excerpt from his upcoming book,
Silver Screen Fiend
Here Are Two Clips from Jerry Lewis’s ‘The Day the Clown Cried’
Back in August, a YouTube user uploaded some rare behind-the-scenes footage from Jerry Lewis’s unreleased 1972 film The Day the Clown Cried in […]
Watch Rare Footage from Jerry Lewis’s ‘The Day the Clown Cried’
Here’s some rare “making of” footage from The Day the Clown Cried, the Jerry Lewis-directed 1972 movie in which he starred as a clown in a […]
Footage Emerges From Jerry Lewis’s Lost Holocaust Clown Film
Day the Clown Cried.
Jesse David Fox
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There Is Still No Love Lost Between Sandra Bernhard and Jerry Lewis
At Tribeca, the two
King of Comedy
stars go at each other.
Technically Funny: Trailblazing Comedians Whose Technical Innovations […]
They say necessity is the mother of invention. That may true, but let’s not forget the three headed monster-father of vanity, greed, and […]
Jerry Lewis Is Making a ‘Nutty Professor’ Musical
The New York Times has a story about Jerry Lewis, at 86, directing a musical adaptation of The Nutty Professor in Nashville. Sadly, he is […]
Jesse David Fox
We Laugh So We Don’t Cry: The Humor in Holocaust Films
The Holocaust is no laughing matter. Not only an immense and terrible tragedy, the Holocaust is also an extremely well-recorded tragedy. Many […]
Rosie O’Donnell and Jerry Lewis Talk Razor Blades, Has-Beens at TCA
“The Schick Intuition Razor is the best thing that’s happened to women since the Tampax multi-pack.”
Jerry Lewis Is Done Hosting the MDA Telethon
The French will be so sad.
Amy Adams a Lover and a
Plus: Jason Lee hops on ‘Dicks.’
The Nutty Professor
Is Coming to Broadway
Fortunately, there’s no word yet on ‘Norbit: The Musical.’
Upcoming Beastie Boys Album Sounds Better Than Their Last One, at Least
’Quantum of Solace’ director: ‘I was like, ‘Quantum of Solace,’ what’s that about?’
15 Most Dynamic Duos in Pop Culture History
Who are the best buddies of all time — in movies, literature, TV, and music?