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The Bellboy (20-Jul-1960)

Director: Jerry Lewis

Writer: Jerry Lewis

Music Scored and Conducted by: Walter Scharf

Producer: Jerry Lewis

Keywords: Comedy, Bellhop

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jerry Lewis
Comic
16-Mar-1926   Muscular Dystrophy Association
Cary Middlecoff
Golf
6-Jan-1921 1-Sep-1998 Winner of 3 Majors
Joe E. Ross
Actor
15-Mar-1914 13-Aug-1982 Car 54, Where Are You?

CAST

Starring
Jerry Lewis   ...   Stanley
Co-Starring
Alex Gerry   ...   Manager
Bob Clayton   ...   Bell Captain
with
Sonnie Sands   ...   Sonnie
Eddie Shaeffer   ...   Eddie
Herkie Styles   ...   Herkie
David Landfield   ...   David
Bill Richmond   ...   Stan Laurel
Larry Best   ...   Apple Man
Guest Stars
Cary Middlecoff   ...   Himself
The Novelties   ...   Themselves
Joe Levitch   ...   Himself
and
Stanley Allan   ...  
Duke Art, Jr.   ...  
Eddie Barton   ...  
Murray Barton   ...  
Howard Brooks   ...  
Ricki Dunn   ...  
Jack Durant   ...  
Jimmy Gerard   ...  
Matilda Gerard   ...  
Paul Gerard   ...  
Paul Gerson   ...  
Paul Gray   ...  
H. S. Gump   ...  
Jack Henkins   ...  
Elise Jayne   ...  
Dick Lynn   ...  
Pat Mack   ...  
John G. Morgan   ...  
Larry K. Nixon   ...  
B. S. Pulley   ...  
Guy Rennie   ...  
Maxie Rosenbloom   ...  
Benny Ross   ...  
Joe E. Ross   ...   Gangstger
Frankie Scott   ...  
Roy Sedley   ...  
Sammy Shore   ...  
Sarah Smith   ...  
Art Stanley   ...  
Hal Winters   ...  
Mike Letz   ...  

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