Jerry Lewis (TCM Co-Host) The Bellboy (1960)
The late Jerry Lewis discusses his confidence as a first-time director on The Bellboy, 1960, as well as the unprecedented terms of his contract at Paramount at the time.
Her Highness and the Bellboy - (Original Trailer)
A hotel bellboy is the unlikely choice to escort a visiting princess, over the protests of his invalid girlfriend in Her Highness and the Bellboy (1945).
Bellboy, The - (Original Trailer)
Not only was he the star, writer, producer and director, Jerry Lewis also made this trailer promoting his first total filmmaker comedy, The Bellboy (1960).
Bellboy, The (1960) -- (Movie Clip) Everything Out Of The Trunk
The first proper gag or two, with writer, first-time director, producer and star Jerry Lewis as silent bellboy Stanley, shooting at Miamis Fontainebleau Hotel, where Lewis was also performing at the time, in The Bellboy, 1960.
Bellboy, The (1960) -- (Movie Clip) Conducting
A straightforward comic sketch, writer, director, producer and star Jerry Lewis as his own title character Stanley, leading an imaginary orchestra in the main ballroom at the Fontainebleau in Miami, in The Bellboy, 1960.
Bellboy, The (1960) -- (Movie Clip) He Sure Is Funny!
Writer, producer, director and star Jerry Lewis appearing for the first time as himself, arriving at Miamis Fontainebleau Hotel, where he was also the headline act, emerging from the elevator as the title character Stanley, his colleagues noting the resemblance, in The Bellboy, 1960.
Bellboy, The (1960) -- (Movie Clip) Written, Produced And Directed
Columnist and radio star Walter Winchell was recruited to do this narration, following an opening featuring a parody of a Paramount exec explaining the movie, introducing Jerry Lewis as the star, and everything else, in his non-narrative sketch-comedy hit, The Bellboy, 1960.
Bellboy, The (1960) -- (Movie Clip) Take Over For A Few Minutes
Another famous gag, with writer, director, producer and star Jerry Lewis taking over the phones at the hotel, as title character Stanley, still not having spoken a word, in the surprise hit sketch comedy feature The Bellboy, 1960.