With Martin playing the laid-back straight man and Lewis the overamped fool, the pair embarked on a 10-year partnership (1946-1956) that made them stars and resulted in a string of hit movies, including My Friend Irma (1949) and Artists and Models (1955). On his own, Lewis also moved into the director's chair on films such as The Bellboy (1960), The Ladies Man (1961) and The Nutty Professor (1963).
Out of vogue and too old to play the childlike roles he was known for, Lewis made few films during the 1970s. But in 1983, he received some of the best reviews of his career for his performance in director Martin Scorsese's The King of Comedy.
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- The King of Comedy
- The Bellboy
- Boeing Boeing
- The Errand Boy
- Rock-a-Bye Baby
- The Disorderly Orderly
- The Stooge
- Martin & Lewis: At War with the Army
- Don't Raise the Bridge, Lower the River
- The Ladies Man
- My Friend Irma / Irma Goes West
- Jumping Jacks / The Stooge
- Miss Cast Away and the Island Girls
- Hollywood's Classic Comedy Teams
- Martin & Lewis: When Television...: Vol. 2
- Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis: Vol. 3
- The Best of the Red Skelton Show
- Best of Person to Person
- In Concert Series: Andy Williams
- Playboy After Dark
- One More Time
- Tony Orlando & Dawn: Collection
- Pink Lady and Jeff
- Curious George 2: Follow That Monkey!
- Method to the Madness of Jerry Lewis
- When Comedy Went to School