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Monday, June 1, 2009

Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis Show

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Martin and Lewis were an American comedy team, comprising singer Dean Martin (as the "straight man") and comedian Jerry Lewis. The pair first met in 1944; their debut as a duo occurred at Atlantic City's 500 Club on July 24/25, 1946.

Before they teamed up they were both stand up comics. They worked together in nightclubs, on radio and in television and films. The radio series commenced in 1949, it lasted until 1953, in 1949 Martin and Lewis were signed by Paramount producer Hal Wallis as comedy relief for the film My Friend Irma. In the team's later years, it was no longer billed by the two men's surnames alone, as in their early radio work, but by their full names: "Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis." These separate identities helped them launch successful solo careers after the team's dissolution.







2 comments:

  1. JERRY LEWIS E EXTREMAMENTE QUERIDO E AMADO POR TODO O BRASIL !!!
    MINHA HOMENAGEM PARA JERRY LEWIS É SIMPLEMENTE INFINITA.
    JERRY LEWIS E UM ESPETACULO DE BELEZA E TALENTO.
    EU SOU A MAIOR FA DE TODO O UNIVERSO DE JERRY LEWIS.

    (JERRY LEWIS) I LOVE YOU ... ETERNALLY

    ROBERTA MARTINS.
    FORTALEZA-CEARÁ
    BRASIL
    28 DE ABRIL DE 2012

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  2. JERRY LEWIS IS BEAUTIFUL ;

    JERRY LEWIS IS WONDERFUL ;

    JERRY LEWIS IS PERFECT.

    JERRY LEWIS ( I LOVE YOU ) ... ETERNALLY

    ROBERTA MARTINS.
    FORTALEZA-CEARA
    BRASIL

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