The Jerry Lewis Films
An Analytical Filmography of the Innovative Comic
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About the Book
Using interviews with Jerry Lewis and many of his co-stars, this book analyzes his collaborative efforts with Dean Martin, his subsequent solo work, his writing and directorial careers, and later movies such as Hardly Working (1979) and The King of Comedy (1982).
Comprehensive data are provided for each of the films, with cast and production credits, studio, release date, and running time. Lewis’s own reflections on his work are included for many of the entries.
About the Author(s)
James L. Neibaur and Ted Okuda
Foreword by Kathleen Freeman
Format: softcover (6 x 9)
Bibliographic Info: 51 photos, appendices, bibliography, index
Copyright Date: 2013 
Book Reviews & Awards
“indispensible…it’s so hard to put down I wonder how I ever got along without it”—Examiner.com; “the ultimate tribute”—The Intelligencer Record; “a superior tome”—Classic Images; “the best book ever written about Jerry Lewis’ movie work! Well-researched, smartly organized, and crisply written…essential”—Roctober; “valuable”—Video Eyeball.