Will the Real Jerry Lewis Please Sit Down?

ABC (ended 1972)


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This series was based on characters originally created by Jerry Lewis for his films. The animated Jerry worked for Mr. Blunderbuss of the Odd Jobs Employment Agency, and was constantly getting sent to new crazy jobs, and consequently getting in a lot of trouble. Although Jerry Lewis was a partner in the show's creation, the cartoon Jerry was voiced by David L. Lander, who would go on to become Squiggy on "Laverne & Shirley."
Howard Morris

Howard Morris

Voice of Mr. Blunderbuss, Ralph Rotten Lewis, Won Ton Son, Professor Lewis, Hong Kong Lewis, Uncle Seadog, Various Others

David L. Lander

David L. Lander

Voice of Jerry Lewis

Jane Webb

Jane Webb

Voice of Rhonda, Geraldine Lewis, Various Others

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  • Will The Real Jerry Lewis Please Sit Down was a Saturday morning cartoon show which ran on ABC from 1970 to 1972.

    I remember this show growing up in the early 70\'s. This is a very funny Saturday morning cartoon show. The slapstick was great! Unfortunately, slapstick is pretty much barred from TV cartoon shows today because of political correctness. Filmation did a great job with the animation and stories for this show. David L. Lander was the perfect choice to voice Jerry. He sounded just like Jerry. One of the things I loved the most of this cartoon show was the opening and closing theme songs as well as the visual sequences for the themes. I loved seeing all the different characters of Jerry all together. Great show!!moreless

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