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    How the **** is there not an RIP for Jerry Lewis

    RIP Jerry. You were a funny mother ****er and worked off your arse of sick children. Much more than may of these other celebrities we mourn.
    Jerry was a brilliant comic and a great dude.


    I'm watching the original "Nutty Professor" and it occurred to me that no one mentioned this cat.




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    Before our time.

    Looks like his biggest decades were 40s and 50s. PSDs sweetspot is late 90s early 2000s. We missed his peak by about 50 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    RIP Jerry. You were a funny mother ****er and worked off your arse of sick children. Much more than may of these other celebrities we mourn.
    Jerry was a brilliant comic and a great dude.


    I'm watching the original "Nutty Professor" and it occurred to me that no one mentioned this cat.
    i mean it took you almost 2 weeks lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    RIP Jerry. You were a funny mother ****er and worked off your arse of sick children. Much more than may of these other celebrities we mourn.
    Jerry was a brilliant comic and a great dude.

    I'm watching the original "Nutty Professor" and it occurred to me that no one mentioned this cat.
    Some remember Martin and Lewis. Not a fan myself.

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    He hasn't hosted the MDA telethon since 2010 and the telethon itself stopped airing in 2014.

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    Fun facts

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    That blonde dude looks like real life Stretch Armstrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by koldjerky View Post
    i mean it took you almost 2 weeks lol.

    Lol
    Agreed. But it just kind of hit me that there wasn't a thread because there is a movie marathon in his honor




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    Grew up on early Woody Allen, Mel Brooks and Monty Python. I even liked early Bob Hope, the Marx brothers and WC Fields. Never liked him but may he rest in peace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WES445 View Post
    Grew up on early Woody Allen, Mel Brooks and Monty Python. I even liked early Bob Hope, the Marx brothers and WC Fields. Never liked him but may he rest in peace.
    I love all those groups and individuals. Sleeper, Bananas, Young Frankenstein, Blazing saddles, Holy Grail, Meaning of life... Magnificence. I'm really happy those are holding up. My nephews are in their teens and they love Monty Python and Mel Brooks.

    Marx Bros and Fields were hysterical.

    I wasn't a huge Jerry fan. I liked a bunch of stuff he did with Dean Martin. He's a legend.




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    Quote Originally Posted by WES445 View Post
    Grew up on early Woody Allen, Mel Brooks and Monty Python. I even liked early Bob Hope, the Marx brothers and WC Fields. Never liked him but may he rest in peace.
    adding abbott and costello to your list. Costello played the sap with Abbott as the straight man. But I never cared for Martin and Lewis.
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    I have all the Marx Bros collection. I totally prefer the first 5 with Paramount, but they're all good to great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WES445 View Post
    Grew up on early Woody Allen, Mel Brooks and Monty Python. I even liked early Bob Hope, the Marx brothers and WC Fields. Never liked him but may he rest in peace.
    I love the above and Jerry Lewis films. While I'm at it, loved Laurel & Hardy, Abbott & Costello, Burns and Allen, The Ritz Brothers, and The Three Stooges.

    Seen and enjoyed them all and still do.

    In those days, there was no such thing as dirty humor like it is today.

    It might have been implied, but not in your face like it is today. That all started with standup comedian Lenny Bruce. Both Richard Pryor and George Carlin followed in his footsteps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WOwolfOL View Post
    I have all the Marx Bros collection. I totally prefer the first 5 with Paramount, but they're all good to great.
    I've probably seen each of those, without exaggeration two dozen times each.

    Timeless comedy.

    Their first movie, The Cocoanuts was made in 1929 and still holds up well.
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