Tag Archives: Jerry Lewis

  • ‘Property from the Estate of Jerry Lewis’ Auction Next Month

    ‘Property from the Estate of Jerry Lewis’ Auction Next Month

    Picture this: An exclusive auction of priceless Hollywood memorabilia, surrounded by wealthy prospective bidders. The star item of the collection is brought to the stage, but some idiot wearing glasses trips and falls bringing it to the podium, and the item (let’s say, a vase from Gone with the Wind or something) is destroyed. Thankfully, this didn’t […]

  • ‘The Day The Clown Cried': Buried Film Donated to Library of Congress

    ‘The Day The Clown Cried': Buried Film Donated to Library of Congress

    One of the most (in)famous unseen movies of all time, if not the most famous, is Jerry Lewis‘ The Day The Clown Cried, a purportedly disastrous movie the comedy auteur made about a clown who lured children into the gas chambers during the Holocaust. Lewis has refused to let any public screenings of the film […]