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Jerry Lewis Collection

Jerry was noted for the hijinks and insanity of his stage act with Dean Martin with the match-up or the Clown and the Crooner

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The marquis on the 56-foot high sign in front of Sands Hotel on the Las Vegas Strip said a lot about the state of Cool in America as well as the importance of big name entertainment. In huge letters: “DEAN MARTIN – MAYBE FRANK – MAYBE SAMMY”. It was September of 1963, the height of Kennedy's American Camelot. Even though Dean Martin was redefining himself in the era of Rock and Roll, the Rat Pack embodied cool, not just on The Strip, but across America. However, Dean Martin would have been hardly a footnote in the Entertainment industry, let alone a leader of the Rat Pack, if he had not met and befriended a little guy by the name of Jerry Lewis.

Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin first met and became friends in 1946 when they were both appearing at the Glass Hat club in New York. Both men were 4F, although Martin had been drafted in 1944 and served for a short period before being discharged for a double hernia (Lewis had a heart murmur). When they met, Lewis's act consisted mostly of miming the lyrics to popular songs on a phonograph while Martin was a fairly typical if charismatic crooner, very much like his friend Frank Sinatra (whom he met while flopping at the Riobamba Club in 1943).

Young Jerry LewisMartin and Lewis began helping with each other's acts at the Glass Hat, but they were first billed as partners at the 500 Club in Atlantic City on July 24, 1946. They put together a pre-scripted act which bombed. Club owner Skinny D'Amato warned them that if they didn't come up with something better for the second show of the night they would be fired. After a quick meeting backstage they agreed to “go for broke” and began improvising. Dean sang while Jerry acted like a bus boy on the club floor, loudly dropping and interrupting the crooner's numbers. They pulled a few Vaudeville gags and ended the performance with Martin chasing Lewis from the room while pelting him with bread rolls.

Jerry Lewis was born Joseph Levitch on March 16, 1926, in Newark, New Jersey. The “phonograph act” that he was using when he met Dean Martin had been developed at the age of 15 while he worked with his parents in the Borscht Belt of the Catskill Mountains. Daniel Levitch, who performed as Danny Lewis, was a popular Emcee, and his mother Rachel was a piano player. The youngster began performing as Joey Lewis but adopted the name Jerry to avoid confusion with the heavyweight boxing champ or comic Joe E. Lewis.

As a young man, Jerry was noted for the same hijinks and insanity of his stage act. He dropped out of school in the tenth grade and was known to pull pranks in his neighborhood like sneaking into neighbors' kitchens and stealing fried chicken or freshly baked pies.
The Martin and Lewis partnership skyrocketed to success. They were making $150-$175 per week when they started at the 500 Club, a year later the team was getting paid $30,000 per week at the Copacabana Club and they had their own radio show on NBC. They made their movie debut in My Friend Irma (1949). The film was based on the characters from Marie Wilson's radio program, but Martin and Lewis stole the show and got even more screen time in the sequel, My Friend Irma Goes West (1950).

TV was also very good to Martin and Lewis. They appeared on the premier episode of Ed Sullivan's Toast of the Town and made regular appearances on The Colgate Comedy Hour. The Martin and Lewis team would make 17 films together. Jerry said of their success: "Who were Dean's fans? Men, women, the Italians. Who were Jerry's fans? Women, Jews, kids. Who were Martin and Lewis' fans? All of them... You had fans that didn't give a shit that Jerry was on or that Dean was singing. Because if Dean was singing, that was Martin and Lewis. If Jerry was goin' nuts, that was Martin and Lewis."

Jerry lewisMuch to Dean's consternation, in the match-up or the Clown and the Crooner, the Clown had more lasting appeal. Being a straight-man is a thankless job, and in time Martin tired of constantly being upstaged. The final straw came when Look magazine shot the team for a cover photo, when the issue hit the stands Martin had been cropped out of the picture. He stuck around long enough to finish their movie contract, but the team officially broke up on July 25, 1959, exactly ten years after they teamed at the 500 Club.

Jerry extended his contract with Paramount and established himself as a solo comedian with efforts like Geisha Boy (1958) and Cinderfella (1960). Lewis took an interest in filmmaking and produced Cinderfella. When the film's release was pushed back to Christmas 1960, the studio found they had a hole in their summer lineup. Lewis was under contract to make the film, so he decided to direct The Bellboy. The film was shot for a low budget at Miami's Fontainebleau Hotel with Jerry shooting during the day and performing at the hotel in the evenings. Lewis went on to co-write and direct a number of films, including The Nutty Professor (1963), a spoof of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

Beginning in the 1950's, Jerry began hosting Telethons in support of the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Jerry Lewis's Thanksgiving Party for MDA transformed to The Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon in 1966, and Lewis hosted the event until 2009. The annual 23 ½ hour event raised $2.4 billion for muscular dystrophy research. Reduced donations resulted in a major reformatting and greatly reduced air time in 2011, and Lewis left the show. In 2015, MDA announced that it was abandoning the Telethon altogether, noting the viral success of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge during the summer of 2014.

After splitting from Lewis in 1959, Dean Martin went on to establish himself as a serious movie actor with films like Rio Bravo (1959), Ocean's 11 (1960), Robin and the 7 Hoods (1964) and The Sons of Katie Elder (1965). His recording career took off with his Rat Pack association, and in 1976 Sinatra quietly arranged for Martin to make a surprise appearance on the Labor Day Telethon. Martin and Lewis remained close until Dean's death from lung cancer in 1995. In 2005, Jerry published a memoir titled Dean and Me: A Love Story.

Jerry has had a number of health issues through the years, including cardiac concerns dating back to his rejection from the armed services in WWII. In 1965, he fell off a piano at the Sands Hotel, injuring his back. The injury left him addicted to Percodan for 13 years. He has been treated for diabetes, prostate cancer, hypoglycemia, pulmonary fibrosis as well as for heart disease. He is  90 in 2016.

Two Stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame are dedicated honoring Jerry Lewis, one at 6821 Hollywood Blvd for Motion Pictures and at 6150 Hollywood Blvd for Television. Dean Martin has three Stars on the Walk, at 6519 Hollywood Blvd for Motion Pictures, at 1617 Vine Street for Recording, and at 6651 Hollywood Blvd for TV.

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    100 recordings on 3 MP3 CDs for just $13.50
    total playtime 46 hours, 41 min
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    Volume 1 - 15 shows - total playtime 8 hours 15 minutes
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    1. Big Show 501217 Bob Hope Phil Harris.mp3
    2. Big Show 510211 Groucho Martin Lewis Joan Davis.mp3
    3. Big Story 471015 029 Bobbysox Kid From Bayonne.mp3
    4. Bing Crosby 511107 Martin and Lewis.mp3
    5. Bob Hope 490329 412 Dean Martin Jerry Lewis.mp3
    6. Bob Hope 490412 414 Dean Martin Jerry Lewis.mp3
    7. Cedric Adams Easy Five 510815.mp3
    8. Chesterfield Show4952 511107 080 Martin And Lewis.mp3
    9. Christmas Seals 521224 Frank Sinatra.mp3
    10. CP491018 397 Alexis Smith D.Martin Jerry Lewis.mp3
    11. Dragnet Martin Lewis with Jack Webb.mp3
    12. Ft 550518 421 Every Good Boy Does Fine.mp3
    13. Phil Harris 530329 243 Saving Phils Job.mp3
    14. Scout About Town 470805 Ep06 Martin And Lewis.mp3
    15. Sealtest Variety Theater 490217 022 Deam Martin and Jerry L.mp3
    Volume 2 - 47 shows - total playtime 23 hours 3 minutes
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    1. Martin Lewis 490403 001 W Lucille Ball Unedited).mp3
    2. Martin Lewis 490403 001 W Lucille Ball.mp3
    3. Martin Lewis 490410 002 W William Bendix.mp3
    4. Martin Lewis 490501 005 W Madeleine Carroll.mp3
    5. Martin Lewis 490508 006 W Peter Lorre.mp3
    6. Martin Lewis 490515 007 W Arthur Treacher.mp3
    7. Martin Lewis 490522 008 W John Garfield.mp3
    8. Martin Lewis 490529 009 W Henry Fonda.mp3
    9. Martin Lewis 490605 010 W Mariln Maxwell.mp3
    10. Martin Lewis 490612 011 W Burl Ives.mp3
    11. Martin Lewis 490621 012 W Tony Martin.mp3
    12. Martin Lewis 490628 013 W John Carradine.mp3
    13. Martin Lewis 490705 014 W Ralph Bellamy.mp3
    14. Martin Lewis 490726 015 W Frances Langford.mp3
    15. Martin Lewis 490802 016 W William Boyd.mp3
    16. Martin Lewis 490809 017 W Burt Lancaster.mp3
    17. Martin Lewis 490816 018 W Victor Moore.mp3
    18. Martin Lewis 490823 019 W Billie Burke.mp3
    19. Martin Lewis 490830 020 W Jane Russell.mp3
    20. Martin Lewis 491007 021 New Nightclub.mp3
    21. Martin Lewis 491014 022 W Dorothy Kierston.mp3
    22. Martin Lewis 491021 023 W George Jessel.mp3
    23. Martin Lewis 491028 024 Tickets To 'south Pacific'.mp3
    24. Martin Lewis 491114 026 Money Problems.mp3
    25. Martin Lewis 491128 028 Child Labor Laws.mp3
    26. Martin Lewis 491219 031 Chicago Mayor's Ball.mp3
    27. Martin Lewis 511005 038 W Dinah Shore.mp3
    28. Martin Lewis 511012 039 W George Raft.mp3
    29. Martin Lewis 511019 040 W Bing Crosby.mp3
    30. Martin Lewis 511026 041 W Arlene Dahl.mp3
    31. Martin Lewis 511102 042 W Denise Darcel.mp3
    32. Martin Lewis 511109 043 Danny Thomas.mp3
    33. Martin Lewis 511116 044 Shelly Winters.mp3
    34. Martin Lewis 511123 045 W Dennis Morgan.mp3
    35. Martin Lewis 511130 046 W Jane Wyman.mp3
    36. Martin Lewis 511207 047 W Joan Davis.mp3
    37. Martin Lewis 511214 048 Jane Russell.mp3
    38. Martin Lewis 511221 049 Helen O'connell.mp3
    39. Martin Lewis 511228 050 Dale Evans.mp3
    40. Martin Lewis 520104 051 W Mona Freeman.mp3
    41. Martin Lewis 520111 052 W Hans Conried.mp3
    42. Martin Lewis 520118 053 W Frank Sinatra.mp3
    43. Martin Lewis 520125 054 W Alexis Smith.mp3
    44. Martin Lewis 520201 055 W Gorden Macrae.mp3
    45. Martin Lewis 520208 056 W Rhonda Fleming.mp3
    46. Martin Lewis 520215 057 W William Holden.mp3
    47. Martin Lewis 520222 058 W Linda Darnell.mp3
    Volume 3 - 38 shows - total playtime 15 hours 22 minutes
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    1. Martin Lewis 520229 059 W Tony Curtis.mp3
    2. Martin Lewis 520307 060 W Corinne Calvet.mp3
    3. Martin Lewis 520314 061 W Lizabeth Scott.mp3
    4. Martin Lewis 520321 062 W Marlene Dietrich.mp3
    5. Martin Lewis 520328 063 W Ann Sothern.mp3
    6. Martin Lewis 520404 064 W Claire Trevor.mp3
    7. Martin Lewis 520411 065 W Virginia Mayo.mp3
    8. Martin Lewis 520418 066 W Boris Karloff.mp3
    9. Martin Lewis 520425 067 W Ann Sheridan.mp3
    10. Martin Lewis 520916 068 W Rosemary Clooney.mp3
    11. Martin Lewis 520923 069 W Jeff Chandler.mp3
    12. Martin Lewis 521007 070 W Jane Wyman.mp3
    13. Martin Lewis 521014 071 W Hoagy Carmichael.mp3
    14. Martin Lewis 530113 084 W Jack Webb Poor Sound).mp3
    15. Martin Lewis 530407 096 W Mitzi Gaynor.mp3
    16. Martin Lewis 530414 097 W Linda Darnell.mp3
    17. Martin Lewis 530421 098 W Vic Damone.mp3
    18. Martin Lewis 530428 099 W Laraine Day.mp3
    19. Martin Lewis 530505 100 W Anne Baxter.mp3
    20. Martin Lewis 530512 101 W Joanne Dru.mp3
    21. Martin Lewis 530519 102 W Fred Macmurray.mp3
    22. Martin Lewis 530526 103 W Debbie Reynolds.mp3
    23. Martin Lewis 530602 104 W Jeff Chandler.mp3
    24. Martin Lewis 530609 105 W Phyllis Thaxter.mp3
    25. Martin Lewis 530616 106 W Joseph Cotten (bad snd).mp3
    26. Martin Lewis 530623 107 W Vera Ellen.mp3
    27. Martin Lewis 530707 108 W Marlene Dietrich.mp3
    28. Martin Lewis 530714 109 Gloria Grahame.mp3
    29. Dean Martin Jerry Lewis Out Takes.mp3
    30. Dean Martin.mp3
    31. Jerry Lewis No 1 (bad sound).mp3
    32. Jerry Lewis No 2 (bad sound).mp3
    33. Jerry Lewis No 3 (bad sound).mp3
    34. Jerry Lewis No 4 (bad sound).mp3
    35. Jerry Lewis No 5 (bad sound).mp3
    36. Martin Lewis Outtake 1 Argument.mp3
    37. Martin Lewis Uncensored Caddie Plug.mp3
    38. Martin Lewis Unedited Recording Session 511109.mp3
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    total playtime 46 hours, 41 min
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    Volume 1 - 15 shows - total playtime 8 hours 15 minutes
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    1. Big Show 501217 Bob Hope Phil Harris.mp3
    2. Big Show 510211 Groucho Martin Lewis Joan Davis.mp3
    3. Big Story 471015 029 Bobbysox Kid From Bayonne.mp3
    4. Bing Crosby 511107 Martin and Lewis.mp3
    5. Bob Hope 490329 412 Dean Martin Jerry Lewis.mp3
    6. Bob Hope 490412 414 Dean Martin Jerry Lewis.mp3
    7. Cedric Adams Easy Five 510815.mp3
    8. Chesterfield Show4952 511107 080 Martin And Lewis.mp3
    9. Christmas Seals 521224 Frank Sinatra.mp3
    10. CP491018 397 Alexis Smith D.Martin Jerry Lewis.mp3
    11. Dragnet Martin Lewis with Jack Webb.mp3
    12. Ft 550518 421 Every Good Boy Does Fine.mp3
    13. Phil Harris 530329 243 Saving Phils Job.mp3
    14. Scout About Town 470805 Ep06 Martin And Lewis.mp3
    15. Sealtest Variety Theater 490217 022 Deam Martin and Jerry L.mp3
    Volume 2 - 47 shows - total playtime 23 hours 3 minutes
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    1. Martin Lewis 490403 001 W Lucille Ball Unedited).mp3
    2. Martin Lewis 490403 001 W Lucille Ball.mp3
    3. Martin Lewis 490410 002 W William Bendix.mp3
    4. Martin Lewis 490501 005 W Madeleine Carroll.mp3
    5. Martin Lewis 490508 006 W Peter Lorre.mp3
    6. Martin Lewis 490515 007 W Arthur Treacher.mp3
    7. Martin Lewis 490522 008 W John Garfield.mp3
    8. Martin Lewis 490529 009 W Henry Fonda.mp3
    9. Martin Lewis 490605 010 W Mariln Maxwell.mp3
    10. Martin Lewis 490612 011 W Burl Ives.mp3
    11. Martin Lewis 490621 012 W Tony Martin.mp3
    12. Martin Lewis 490628 013 W John Carradine.mp3
    13. Martin Lewis 490705 014 W Ralph Bellamy.mp3
    14. Martin Lewis 490726 015 W Frances Langford.mp3
    15. Martin Lewis 490802 016 W William Boyd.mp3
    16. Martin Lewis 490809 017 W Burt Lancaster.mp3
    17. Martin Lewis 490816 018 W Victor Moore.mp3
    18. Martin Lewis 490823 019 W Billie Burke.mp3
    19. Martin Lewis 490830 020 W Jane Russell.mp3
    20. Martin Lewis 491007 021 New Nightclub.mp3
    21. Martin Lewis 491014 022 W Dorothy Kierston.mp3
    22. Martin Lewis 491021 023 W George Jessel.mp3
    23. Martin Lewis 491028 024 Tickets To 'south Pacific'.mp3
    24. Martin Lewis 491114 026 Money Problems.mp3
    25. Martin Lewis 491128 028 Child Labor Laws.mp3
    26. Martin Lewis 491219 031 Chicago Mayor's Ball.mp3
    27. Martin Lewis 511005 038 W Dinah Shore.mp3
    28. Martin Lewis 511012 039 W George Raft.mp3
    29. Martin Lewis 511019 040 W Bing Crosby.mp3
    30. Martin Lewis 511026 041 W Arlene Dahl.mp3
    31. Martin Lewis 511102 042 W Denise Darcel.mp3
    32. Martin Lewis 511109 043 Danny Thomas.mp3
    33. Martin Lewis 511116 044 Shelly Winters.mp3
    34. Martin Lewis 511123 045 W Dennis Morgan.mp3
    35. Martin Lewis 511130 046 W Jane Wyman.mp3
    36. Martin Lewis 511207 047 W Joan Davis.mp3
    37. Martin Lewis 511214 048 Jane Russell.mp3
    38. Martin Lewis 511221 049 Helen O'connell.mp3
    39. Martin Lewis 511228 050 Dale Evans.mp3
    40. Martin Lewis 520104 051 W Mona Freeman.mp3
    41. Martin Lewis 520111 052 W Hans Conried.mp3
    42. Martin Lewis 520118 053 W Frank Sinatra.mp3
    43. Martin Lewis 520125 054 W Alexis Smith.mp3
    44. Martin Lewis 520201 055 W Gorden Macrae.mp3
    45. Martin Lewis 520208 056 W Rhonda Fleming.mp3
    46. Martin Lewis 520215 057 W William Holden.mp3
    47. Martin Lewis 520222 058 W Linda Darnell.mp3
    Volume 3 - 38 shows - total playtime 15 hours 22 minutes
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    1. Martin Lewis 520229 059 W Tony Curtis.mp3
    2. Martin Lewis 520307 060 W Corinne Calvet.mp3
    3. Martin Lewis 520314 061 W Lizabeth Scott.mp3
    4. Martin Lewis 520321 062 W Marlene Dietrich.mp3
    5. Martin Lewis 520328 063 W Ann Sothern.mp3
    6. Martin Lewis 520404 064 W Claire Trevor.mp3
    7. Martin Lewis 520411 065 W Virginia Mayo.mp3
    8. Martin Lewis 520418 066 W Boris Karloff.mp3
    9. Martin Lewis 520425 067 W Ann Sheridan.mp3
    10. Martin Lewis 520916 068 W Rosemary Clooney.mp3
    11. Martin Lewis 520923 069 W Jeff Chandler.mp3
    12. Martin Lewis 521007 070 W Jane Wyman.mp3
    13. Martin Lewis 521014 071 W Hoagy Carmichael.mp3
    14. Martin Lewis 530113 084 W Jack Webb Poor Sound).mp3
    15. Martin Lewis 530407 096 W Mitzi Gaynor.mp3
    16. Martin Lewis 530414 097 W Linda Darnell.mp3
    17. Martin Lewis 530421 098 W Vic Damone.mp3
    18. Martin Lewis 530428 099 W Laraine Day.mp3
    19. Martin Lewis 530505 100 W Anne Baxter.mp3
    20. Martin Lewis 530512 101 W Joanne Dru.mp3
    21. Martin Lewis 530519 102 W Fred Macmurray.mp3
    22. Martin Lewis 530526 103 W Debbie Reynolds.mp3
    23. Martin Lewis 530602 104 W Jeff Chandler.mp3
    24. Martin Lewis 530609 105 W Phyllis Thaxter.mp3
    25. Martin Lewis 530616 106 W Joseph Cotten (bad snd).mp3
    26. Martin Lewis 530623 107 W Vera Ellen.mp3
    27. Martin Lewis 530707 108 W Marlene Dietrich.mp3
    28. Martin Lewis 530714 109 Gloria Grahame.mp3
    29. Dean Martin Jerry Lewis Out Takes.mp3
    30. Dean Martin.mp3
    31. Jerry Lewis No 1 (bad sound).mp3
    32. Jerry Lewis No 2 (bad sound).mp3
    33. Jerry Lewis No 3 (bad sound).mp3
    34. Jerry Lewis No 4 (bad sound).mp3
    35. Jerry Lewis No 5 (bad sound).mp3
    36. Martin Lewis Outtake 1 Argument.mp3
    37. Martin Lewis Uncensored Caddie Plug.mp3
    38. Martin Lewis Unedited Recording Session 511109.mp3
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    100 recordings on 46 Audio CDs
    total playtime 43 hours, 44 min

    Jerry Lewis Disc A001

    1. Dragnet Martin Lewis with Jack Webb
    2. Dean Martin Jerry Lewis Out Takes
    3. Dean Martin
    4. Jerry Lewis No 1 (bad sound)
    5. Jerry Lewis No 2 (bad sound)
    6. Jerry Lewis No 3 (bad sound)
    7. Jerry Lewis No 4 (bad sound)
    8. Jerry Lewis No 5 (bad sound)
    9. Martin Lewis Outtake 1 Argument
    10. Martin Lewis Uncensored Caddie Plug

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A002

    1. Scout About Town 470805 Ep06 Martin And Lewis
    2. Big Story 471015 029 Bobbysox Kid From Bayonne

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A003

    1. Sealtest Variety Theater 490217 022 Deam Martin and Jerry L
    2. Bob Hope 490329 412 Dean Martin Jerry Lewis

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A004

    1. Martin Lewis 490403 001 W Lucille Ball Unedited)
    2. Martin Lewis 490403 001 W Lucille Ball

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A005

    1. Martin Lewis 490410 002 W William Bendix
    2. Bob Hope 490412 414 Dean Martin Jerry Lewis

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A006

    1. Martin Lewis 490501 005 W Madeleine Carroll
    2. Martin Lewis 490508 006 W Peter Lorre

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A007

    1. Martin Lewis 490515 007 W Arthur Treacher
    2. Martin Lewis 490522 008 W John Garfield

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A008

    1. Martin Lewis 490529 009 W Henry Fonda
    2. Martin Lewis 490605 010 W Mariln Maxwell

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A009

    1. Martin Lewis 490612 011 W Burl Ives
    2. Martin Lewis 490621 012 W Tony Martin

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A010

    1. Martin Lewis 490628 013 W John Carradine
    2. Martin Lewis 490705 014 W Ralph Bellamy

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A011

    1. Martin Lewis 490726 015 W Frances Langford
    2. Martin Lewis 490802 016 W William Boyd

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A012

    1. Martin Lewis 490809 017 W Burt Lancaster
    2. Martin Lewis 490816 018 W Victor Moore

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A013

    1. Martin Lewis 490823 019 W Billie Burke
    2. Martin Lewis 490830 020 W Jane Russell

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A014

    1. Martin Lewis 491007 021 New Nightclub
    2. Martin Lewis 491014 022 W Dorothy Kierston

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A015

    1. CP491018 397 Alexis Smith D.Martin Jerry Lewis
    2. Martin Lewis 491021 023 W George Jessel
    3. Martin Lewis 491028 024 Tickets To 'south Pacific'

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A016

    1. Martin Lewis 491114 026 Money Problems
    2. Martin Lewis 491128 028 Child Labor Laws

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A017

    1. Martin Lewis 491219 031 Chicago Mayor's Ball
    2. Cedric Adams Easy Five 510815
    3. Martin Lewis 511005 038 W Dinah Shore

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A018

    1. Martin Lewis 511012 039 W George Raft
    2. Martin Lewis 511019 040 W Bing Crosby

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A019

    1. Martin Lewis 511026 041 W Arlene Dahl
    2. Martin Lewis 511102 042 W Denise Darcel

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A020

    1. Bing Crosby 511107 Martin and Lewis
    2. Chesterfield Show4952 511107 080 Martin And Lewis

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A021

    1. Martin Lewis 511109 043 Danny Thomas

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A022

    1. Martin Lewis Unedited Recording Session 511109

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A023

    1. Martin Lewis 511116 044 Shelly Winters
    2. Martin Lewis 511123 045 W Dennis Morgan

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A024

    1. Martin Lewis 511130 046 W Jane Wyman
    2. Martin Lewis 511207 047 W Joan Davis

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A025

    1. Martin Lewis 511214 048 Jane Russell
    2. Martin Lewis 511221 049 Helen O'connell

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A026

    1. Martin Lewis 511228 050 Dale Evans
    2. Martin Lewis 520104 051 W Mona Freeman

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A027

    1. Martin Lewis 520111 052 W Hans Conried

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A028

    1. Martin Lewis 520118 053 W Frank Sinatra

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A029

    1. Martin Lewis 520125 054 W Alexis Smith
    2. Martin Lewis 520201 055 W Gorden Macrae

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A030

    1. Martin Lewis 520208 056 W Rhonda Fleming
    2. Martin Lewis 520215 057 W William Holden

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A031

    1. Martin Lewis 520222 058 W Linda Darnell
    2. Martin Lewis 520229 059 W Tony Curtis

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A032

    1. Martin Lewis 520307 060 W Corinne Calvet
    2. Martin Lewis 520314 061 W Lizabeth Scott

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A033

    1. Martin Lewis 520321 062 W Marlene Dietrich
    2. Martin Lewis 520328 063 W Ann Sothern

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A034

    1. Martin Lewis 520404 064 W Claire Trevor
    2. Martin Lewis 520411 065 W Virginia Mayo

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A035

    1. Martin Lewis 520418 066 W Boris Karloff
    2. Martin Lewis 520425 067 W Ann Sheridan

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A036

    1. Martin Lewis 520916 068 W Rosemary Clooney
    2. Martin Lewis 520923 069 W Jeff Chandler

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A037

    1. Martin Lewis 521007 070 W Jane Wyman
    2. Martin Lewis 521014 071 W Hoagy Carmichael

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A038

    1. Christmas Seals 521224 Frank Sinatra
    2. Martin Lewis 530113 084 W Jack Webb Poor Sound)
    3. Phil Harris 530329 243 Saving Phils Job

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A039

    1. Martin Lewis 530407 096 W Mitzi Gaynor
    2. Martin Lewis 530414 097 W Linda Darnell

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A040

    1. Martin Lewis 530421 098 W Vic Damone
    2. Martin Lewis 530428 099 W Laraine Day

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A041

    1. Martin Lewis 530505 100 W Anne Baxter
    2. Martin Lewis 530512 101 W Joanne Dru

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A042

    1. Martin Lewis 530519 102 W Fred Macmurray
    2. Martin Lewis 530526 103 W Debbie Reynolds

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    Jerry Lewis Disc A043

    1. Martin Lewis 530602 104 W Jeff Chandler
    2. Martin Lewis 530609 105 W Phyllis Thaxter

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