The Jerry Lewis Show (1967–1969)

TV Series   |    |  Comedy, Music

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Jerry Lewis hosted the variety show that primarily consisted of skits often featuring characters he made known in his movies. Occasionally guests like the Osmond Brothers worked musical numbers into the show's stories.

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23 December 2006 | micky-45
| About "The Jerry Lewis Show"
I liked the show very much, even maybe some sketches weren't not that good! But Jerry was always brilliant and he has got an excellent comedy and music talent!!!

I can't understand why some people are talking so bad about Jerry Lewis, because I don't think that comedy were that much successful if Jerry wasn't there. To me he is still the King of Comedy. And Comedy is a really hard business. I think it is easier to make them people cry as to make them laugh and Jerry Lewis had and still has got the talent to make the people laugh and that's why I admirer him very much! "The Jerry Lewis Show" was in my eyes a very good show. And it was not Jerrys fault, if some people don't like some of the sketches. Because you can't make sketches who everybody does like.

So, I think he did a great job! Thank you, Mr. Jerry Lewis!!! :)

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