Starring Jerry Lewis
The TCM movies include two comedies from Lewis' days as partner to crooner Dean Martin. At War with the Army (1950) has Jerry as a sad-sack private and Dean as his bossy sergeant, while The Caddy (1953) casts the boys as a golfer and caddy who go into show business. Two more films represent Lewis' solo starring career after the team split in 1956. In Three on a Couch (1966), which Lewis also directed, he is an artist who plans to marry a psychiatrist (Janet Leigh) and poses as three different men to calm her patients' qualms about the opposite sex. In The Big Mouth (1967), produced, directed and co-written by Lewis, he plays the exact double of a notorious gangster with a hidden cache of stolen diamonds.