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Overview

The Ladies' Man

Comedian Jerry Lewis began directing movies in 1960, and this often unkind satire on the nature of American womanhood is one of his early efforts in that regard. The rubber-legged, rubber-faced Lewis plays Herbert, a man who is despondent over the break-up of his romance. While looking for a job, he comes across an impressive mansion (built as a set at the cost of $350,000) filled with women of all types -- and lo and behold -- they need a handyman. So Herbert gets to reside with a bevy of women of various types, all under the supervision of Mrs. Wellenmelon (Helen Traubel). In the end, the set itself outtrumps them all.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/01/2013
UPC: 0883929302444
Original Release: 1961
Source: Paramount Catalog

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jerry Lewis Herbert H. Heebert
Helen Traubel Helen Welenmelon
Kathleen Freeman Katie
Hope Holiday Miss Anxious
Mary Laroche Actor
Madlyn Rhue Actor
Alex Gerry Actor
Jack Kruschen Actor
Buddy Lester Buddy
George Raft Himself
Pat Stanley Fay
Roscoe Ates Actor
Francesca Bellini Actor
Patricia Blair Actor
Jacqueline Fontaine Actor
Marianne Gaba Actor
Marty Ingels Marty
Harry James Himself
Gloria Jean Gloria
Jack LaLanne Himself
Paula Lane Actor
Sylvia Lewis Sylvia
Daria Massey Actor
Ann McCrea Actor
Eddie Quillan Actor
Sheila Rogers Actor
Joan Staley Actor
Westbrook Van Voorhis Himself
Doodles Weaver Actor
Meri Welles Actor
Beverly Wills Actor

Technical Credits
Jerry Lewis Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Ralph Axness Asst. Director
Ross Bellah Art Director
Jack Brooks Score Composer
Charles C. Coleman Asst. Director
Sam Comer Set Decoration/Design
John P. Fulton Special Effects
Ernest D. Glucksman Associate Producer
Edith Head Costumes/Costume Designer
Stanley E. Johnson Editor
W. Wallace Kelley Cinematographer
James W. Payne Set Decoration/Design
Hal Pereira Art Director
Bill Richmond Screenwriter
Walter Scharf Score Composer
Bobby Van Choreography
Harry Warren Score Composer
Wally Westmore Makeup

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