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The Ladies Man (1961) was a Comedy Film directed by Jerry Lewis and produced by Jerry Lewis and Ernest D. Glucksman.

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The Ladies Man (1961): Herbert H. Heebert

By 4 Star Film Fan on Jun 30, 2020 From 4 Star Films

The French (and Europe in general) have unparalleled esteem for Jerry Lewis. ?It no doubt allows them to put him in conversations with their own beloved Jacques Tati as the true heirs to the Chaplins and the Keatons of comedy. It’s no major revelation most Americans, flagged from the general p... Read full article


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During a 2008 interview, Mel Brooks noted that he wrote the original script for this movie, but since most of his work was excised from the final version asked that his name be removed from the credits. A handful of his comedy bits remain in the film, including a scene of Jerry Lewis dusting a trophy case and releasing the live butterflies within, and a scene in which Lewis goes through a car wash in a convertible with the top down.
During this production Jerry Lewis attached a small video camera to the side of his 35mm camera, in effect, pioneering the "video assist" system that is standard on just about every feature film today.
Karyn Kupcinet's first and only movie appearance. She's the snooty girl in the red dress who infuriates Herbert by calling him "Herby". She was murdered two years later, a crime that remains unsolved.
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