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He had a long and very successful life, leaving behind a great legacy.
Best wishes, Pete. x
Jerry Lewis wasn’t high on my list of funnymen, but I thought he and Dean Martin made a pretty fair team….and, of course, the almost 50 years-run of his annual telethon for Muscular Dystrophy is a legacy that supersedes any opinion of his comedic talents.
I wasn’t a fan – I just never found him amusing. x
I’m with you there, mistermuse. The annual telethon must be the legacy to go for.
I didn’t enjoy his silly-faces, or slapstick. But I liked him when he was acting in more serious roles. He was perfect with De Niro, in ‘The King of Comedy’. That’s a very under-appreciated film, full of pathos and dramatic undercurrents.
Best wishes, Pete. x
I’ve never managed to watch The King of Comedy all the way through!
Oh well. Different stokes, for different folks. Never an issue. x