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Jack Lemmon's 'Worst' Career Moment Would Be Any Actor's Nightmare

Jack Lemmon's 'Worst' Career Moment Would Be Any Actor's Nightmare

In addition to being one of the greatest actors of his generation, Jack Lemmon was also one of the more prolific. From the start of his film career in 1954 up until his appearance in Blake Edwards' "Days of Wine and Roses" in 1962, Lemmon appeared in 18 feature films, excellent in each one. By 1962, Lemmon had also appeared in multiple Hollywood classics, including the deliciously genderqueer "Some Like it Hot" and the heartbreaking and glorious "The Apartment," both for his longtime collaborator Billy Wilder

"Days of Wine and Roses" was a more downbeat affair than some of Lemmon's comedy films, examining the struggles associated...

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