• The movie stars we lost in 2017
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    Sam Ashurst

    The movie stars we lost in 2017

    We lost some true cinematic greats in 2017, from actors, to actresses, directors to critics. We’ve put together a tribute to some of the movie stars we’ll miss the most. Read more 10 brilliant under-appreciated movies you might have missed in 2017 The 20 best movies of 2017 The 10 best movie scenes of 2017

  • Jerry Lewis died of heart disease, coroner confirms
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    Ben Arnold

    Jerry Lewis died of heart disease, coroner confirms

    The Clark County Coroner said yesterday that the official cause of death was end-stage cardiac disease due to peripheral vascular disease, according to the Associated Press.

  • Jerry Seinfeld Reveals Jerry Lewis Joined Him on 'Comedians in Cars' Before He Died as Cause of Death Revealed
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    Entertainment Tonight

    Jerry Seinfeld Reveals Jerry Lewis Joined Him on 'Comedians in Cars' Before He Died as Cause of Death Revealed

    The comedy legend died over the weekend at age 91.

  • Hollywood pays tribute to the legendary Jerry Lewis
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    Ben Arnold

    Hollywood pays tribute to the legendary Jerry Lewis

    Hollywood has united in celebration of the life of Jerry Lewis, the comedy legend who has died at the age of 91.

  • Comedy legend Jerry Lewis has died
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    Ryan Leston

    Comedy legend Jerry Lewis has died

    Legendary comedy actor Jerry Lewis has died, aged 91.

  • Trailer Premiere: Jerry Lewis Stars in 'Max Rose,' His First Lead Role in Two Decades
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    Kevin Polowy

    Trailer Premiere: Jerry Lewis Stars in 'Max Rose,' His First Lead Role in Two Decades

    At 90 years young, comedy legend Jerry Lewis is returning to the big screen.

  • New Images Of Jerry Lewis's Infamous Holocaust Movie Emerge
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    Ben Arnold

    New Images Of Jerry Lewis's Infamous Holocaust Movie Emerge

    New images from ‘The Day The Clown Cried’, comedian Jerry Lewis’s infamous movie about the holocaust, have surfaced. Lewis decided that once the movie was made it would never be released, and it remains that it’s only ever been seen by a handful of people. Lewis both directed and starred in the movie, which told the harrowing tale of a washed up clown called Helmut Doork who is sent to a prison camp for drunkenly mocking Hitler.

  • Jerry Lewis Turned Down The Lead in 'Some Like It Hot'
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    Jordan Zakarin

    Jerry Lewis Turned Down The Lead in 'Some Like It Hot'

    During a conversation with Martin Scorsese at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York on Tuesday night, Lewis revealed that he was originally asked by director Billy Wilder to star in the 1959 classic Some Like It Hot. Wilder wanted Lewis — who’d split with Dean Martin several years earlier — to play the role of Jerry, an uptight jazz musician who winds up on the run from the mob. Lewis, however, balked at the prospect of dressing in drag for much of the film — despite the fact that it would have allowed him to share an on-screen kiss with Hot costar Marilyn Monroe.