Spotlight: Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis
Is comedy what it used to be? Noted show biz expert Jack Schnur offers food for thought when he presents an audio-visual program chronicling the 10-year partnership of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.
Carol Burnett. Dean Martin. Joshua Bell. Single bells. And great music.
Looking for a new holiday tradition to start with family and friends this coming season? Look no further than The Carol Burnett Show: Christmas With Carol, the TV comedy legend's very first holiday-themed DVD release.
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Rich Little ready to make a good impression in Agoura Hills on Nov. 29
Associated Press Rich Little was a regular on "Dean Martin's Celebrity Roast." Here, he skewers "Dynasty" star Joan Collins in a roast taped at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas on Jan. 29, 1984.
The Origins of Jerry Lewis's Hilarious Errand Boy Routine
Lewis's clever pantomime from The Errand Boy has lived on in Family Guy spoofs and fan-made YouTube reenactments 52 years later.
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Dean-O-Holics bring Rat Pack memories to the stage
The former disc jockey often took to the karaoke machine and chose Martin tunes.
Yukking In the '70s: Dean Martin Roasted Celebrities As He Got Fried
While guest-hosting a TV variety show in 1964, Dean Martin ridiculed a hot new rock & roll act with his trademark blend of cocksure innuendo, aw-shucks buffoonery and inebriated syntax: "Now, something for the youngsters - five singing boys from England .