The Jerry Lewis Show (1963) - Season 1

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  • Final Episode: Sammy Davis Jr. & The Step Brothers
    Guests:
    Sammy Davis Jr. (singer-dancer)
    The Step Brothers (precision tap dancers)
  • Jane Powell / Frank Gorshin / Jack E. Leonard
    Guests:
    Jane Powell (singer-dancer, actress)
    Frank Gorshin (actor-comedian)
    Jack E. Leonard (comedian)
  • Sam Cooke / Cassius Clay (Muhammad Ali) / Patrice Munsel / Senor Wences
    Guests: Sam Cooke sings "Twistin' the Night Away" and "The Riddle Song." Cassius Clay (heavyweight boxer who later changed his name to Muhammad Ali). Senor Wences (ventriloquist). Patrice Munsel ("coloratura soprano" opera singer). The Marquis Chimps (trained animal act).
  • Pearl Bailey / Jack Jones / Peter Nero / Phil Foster / Lucho Navarro
    Guests:
    Pearl Bailey (singer-entertainer)
    Peter Nero (pianist)
    Jack Jones (singer)
    Phil Foster (comedian)
    Lucho Navarro (singer, vocal impressionist)

  • Jack Jones / Anna Maria Alberghetti / John Bubbles / Frank Rains
    Jerry's guests were
    Jack Jones (singer)
    Anna Maria Alberghetti (singer)
    John Bubbles (song-and-dance man, real name: John William Sublett)
    Frank Rains (mimic)
    Duke Art Jr.
  • Jimmy Durante / Kaye Stevens / Freddie and the Bell Boys
    Jerry's guests were Jimmy Durante, Kaye Stevens (singer & comedienne) and Freddie and the Bell Boys (comic musicians) in this show broadcast from the Sands Hotel in Las Vegas.
    Jerry planned to visit with celebrities sitting in the audience including Victor Borge, Jerry Colonna, Bobby Darin, Louis Prima, Dinah Washington, Henny Youngman, Betty Grable and Harry James.moreless
  • "It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World" cast
    11/2/63
    0.0
    Jerry's guests this week were "It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World" cast members Sid Caesar, Ethel Merman, Mickey Rooney, Dick Shawn, Phil Silvers, Terry-Thomas, Jonathan Winters, Dorothy Provine, Ben Blue, Barrie Chase, Buster Keaton, Don Knotts, Carl Reiner, Peter Falk, Madlyn Rhue and William Demarest.
  • Peggy Lee / Robert Goulet / George Kirby / Lucho Navarro
    Guests:
    Peggy Lee sings What Kind of Fool Am I?
    Robert Goulet (singer)
    George Kirby (comedian)
    Lucho Navarro (singer & sound impressionist)
  • Bobby Darin, Al Hirt, Vikki Carr; Jan Murray, Paul Lynde, Jack Carter, Jack E. Leonard
    The musical guests were trumpet player Al Hirt, and singers Bobby Darin and Vikki Carr.
    Jerry's other guests were comedians Jack Carter, Jack E. Leonard, Jan Murray, Milt Kamen and Paul Lynde. Jerry and his five comedian guests appeared together in a discussion segment in which they exchanged show business stories.moreless
  • Old-Time Vaudeville Show with Sammy Davis Jr. and Kaye Stevens
    The setting for this episode is an old-time Vaudeville show.
    Jerry's guests include Sammy Davis, Jr. and Kaye Stevens.
    Additional guests (scheduled to appear):
    Del Moore (comedian)
    The Four Step Brothers, The Dunhills and The Steiner Brothers (three tap-dancing acts).
  • Count Basie / Kay Stevens / Jack Jones / Mort Sahl / Julius Sumner Miller
    Guests:
    Count Basie (band leader, appearing with his orchestra)
    Jack Jones (singer)
    Kay Stevens
    Mort Sahl (comedian)
    Julius Sumner Miller (professor & TV personality, student and friend of the late Albert Einstein)
  • Ruby Keeler / Liberace / Kay Stevens
    9/28/63
    0.0
    Guests:
    Liberace
    Ruby Keeler (1930s movie actress) - does a dance routine on stage.
    Kay Stevens
    Julius Sumner Miller (professor & TV personality, studied under Albert Einstein)
  • Premiere Episode
    Premiere Episode
    Episode 1
    9/21/63
    9.2
    Premiere Episode with guests
    Robert Stack, Jimmy Durante, Steve Allen, Mort Sahl, Kaye Stevens, Jack Jones, and Harry James & his Band.
    Joyce Jamison, Jesse White and Milton Frome appear in a comedy sketch.
    Plus, Jerry receives a phone call from Johnny Carson.
    In one segment, Jerry introduces his wife Patti and their sons who are sitting in the audience. After five boys, Jerry is hoping for a girl. So he serenade his pregnant wife with a rendition of "Think Pink."moreless