Jerry Lewis Concentration Camp Film Will See The Light Of Day!
“The Day The Clown Cried!”
Fans of the most misguided films ever made are in a frenzy today with this news from Lou Lumenick at the New York Post:
You’ll finally be able to see Jerry Lewis’ Holocaust film — in 2024!
Here is how Lumenick reports the news:
A bombshell for Jerry Lewis fans and other cinephiles was buried in a Los Angeles Times feature story last week — he’s donated his legendarily-unseen Holocaust concentration-camp movie to the Library of Congress.
US comedian, director and singer Jerry Lewis (L) talks to Pierre Etaix, on March 22, 1972, during the shooting of the film “The Day the Clown cried” he directed at the Cirque D’Hiver in Paris. Born in 1926, Jerry Lewis appeared in about fifty films in the 50s and 60s such as “My friend Irma” with Dean Martin and directed different films such as “the Nutty Professor”. In…
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