Living It Up - (Black-and-white Trailer)
Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis replace Fredric March and Carole Lombard from Nothing Sacred (1937) in the color remake Living It Up (1954).
Living It Up (1954) -- (Movie Clip) I Mean A Female Girl
New Mexico doctor Steve (Dean Martin) is sorry he cant pretend patient Homer (Jerry Lewis) really has radiation poisoning, even though its costing him a trip to New York, until he meets reporter Wally (Janet Leigh) from the sponsoring newspaper, in the remake of Nothing Sacred, Living It Up, 1954.
Living It Up (1954) -- (Movie Clip) You're Gonna Dance With Me
Now the toast of Manhattan because hes supposed to be dying of radiation poisoning (in the remake of Nothing Sacred, 1937, and based on the Broadway musical version Hazel Flagg), MC Sid Tomak introduces Jerry Lewis as doomed Homer for a song by Jule Styne and Bob Hilliard, with Sheree North dancing in her movie debut, Dean Martin and Janet Leigh watching, in Living It Up, 1954.
Living It Up (1954) -- (Movie Clip) First Time I Saw A Radioactive
Early in Paramount's Dean Martin/Jerry Lewis re-boot of Nothing Sacred, 1937, Jerry as obscure New Mexico railroad employee Homer discovers he's slept in a radioactive car, then in New York reporter "Wally" (Janet Leigh) sees it as a pitch for her editor Oliver Stone (Fred Clark), in Living It Up, 1954.
Living It Up (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Money Burns A Hole In My Pocket
Reporter Wally (Janet Leigh) in New York doesnt want romantic doctor Steve (Dean Martin) to know shes having his buddy-patient (Jerry Lewis) seen by experts, guides him into a song from the Broadway musical (Hazel Flagg) based on the movie Nothing Sacred, 1937, of which this movie is a remake, in Living It Up, 1954.