Jerry Lewis appeared in movies and television from 1949 to 2017.
|1949||My Friend Irma||Seymour|
|1950||My Friend Irma Goes West||Seymour|
|1950||At War with the Army||PFC Alvin Korwin|
|1951||That's My Boy||'Junior' Jackson|
|1952||Sailor Beware||Melvin Jones|
|1952||Jumping Jacks||Hap Smith|
|1952||Road to Bali||'Woman' in Lala's Dream||Cameo|
|1952||The Stooge||Theodore Rogers||Also uncredited writer|
|1953||Scared Stiff||Myron Mertz|
|1953||The Caddy||Harvey Miller, Jr.|
|1953||Money from Home||Virgil Yokum|
|1954||Living It Up||Homer Flagg|
|1954||3 Ring Circus||Jerome F. Hotchkiss|
|1955||You're Never Too Young||Wilbur Hoolick|
|1955||Artists and Models||Eugene Fullstack|
|1956||Pardners||Wade Kingsley Sr/Wade Kingsley Jr.|
|1956||Hollywood or Bust||Malcolm Smith|
|1957||The Delicate Delinquent||Sidney L. Pythias||Also producer|
|1957||The Sad Sack||Private Meredith Bixby|
|1958||Rock-A-Bye Baby||Clayton Poole||Also producer|
|1958||The Geisha Boy||Gilbert Wooley||Also producer|
|1959||Don't Give Up the Ship||John Paul Steckler I, IV, and VII|
|1959||Li'l Abner||Itchy McRabbit||Cameo|
|1960||Visit to a Small Planet||Kreton|
|1960||The Bellboy||Stanley / Himself||Also director, writer and producer|
|1961||The Ladies Man||Herbert H. Heebert / Mama Heebert||Also director, writer and producer|
|1961||The Errand Boy||Morty S. Tashman||Also director and writer|
|1962||It's Only Money||Lester March|
|1963||The Nutty Professor||Professor Julius Kelp / Buddy Love / Baby Kelp||Also director and writer. Selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".|
|1963||It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World||Man Who Runs Over Hat||Cameo|
|1963||Who's Minding the Store?||Norman Phiffier|
|1964||The Patsy||Stanley Belt / Singers of the Trio||Also director and writer|
|1964||The Disorderly Orderly||Jerome Littlefield||Also executive producer|
|1965||The Family Jewels||Willard Woodward / James Peyton / Everett Peyton / Julius Peyton / Capt. Eddie Peyton / Skylock Peyton / Bugsy Peyton||Also director, writer and producer|
|1965||Boeing Boeing||Robert Reed||Final film for Paramount|
|1966||Three on a Couch||Christopher Pride / Warren / Ringo Raintree / Rutherford / Heather||Also director and producer; first film for Columbia Pictures|
|1966||Way...Way Out||Pete Mattermore||20th Century Fox release|
|1967||The Big Mouth||Gerald Clamson / Syd Valentine||Also director and producer|
|1968||Don't Raise the Bridge, Lower the River||George Lester|
|1969||Hook, Line & Sinker||Peter Ingersoll / Fred Dobbs||Also producer|
|1970||One More Time||Offscreen voice of the bandleader||Also director and producer|
|1970||Which Way to the Front?||Brendon Byers III||Also director and producer|
|1972||The Day the Clown Cried||Helmut Doork||Also director and writer; uncompleted/unreleased|
|1980||Hardly Working||Bo Hooper||Also director and writer|
|1982||Slapstick of Another Kind||Wilbur Swain / Caleb Swain|
|1982||The King of Comedy||Jerry Langford|
|1983||Cracking Up||Warren Nefron / Dr. Perks||Also director and writer|
|1984||Retenez Moi...Ou Je Fais Un Malheur||Jerry Logan|
|1984||Par où t'es rentré ? On t'a pas vu sortir||Clovis Blaireau|
|1987||Fight For Life||Dr. Bernard Abrams||Television film|
|1992||Mr. Saturday Night||Himself||Cameo|
|1993||Arizona Dream||Leo Sweetie|
|1995||Funny Bones||George Fawkes|
|2008||The Nutty Professor||Professor Julius Kelp / Buddy Love (voice)||Direct-to-DVD|
|2009||Curious George 2: Follow That Monkey!||Stationmaster (voice)||Direct-to-DVD|
|2013||Até que a Sorte nos Separe 2||Bellboy|
|2016||The Trust||Mr. Stone|
|2016||Max Rose||Max Rose|
|1948||Toast of the Town||Himself||With Dean Martin; June 20|
|1948||Admiral Presents the Five Star Revue—Welcome Aboard||Himself||With Dean Martin; October 3|
|1949||Texaco Star Theater||Himself||With Dean Martin; October 18|
|1950–55||The Colgate Comedy Hour||Host||33 appearances (28 as Host) [lower-alpha 1] with Dean Martin|
|1952||Olympic Fund Telethon ||Himself||With Dean Martin; June 21-22|
|1954||What's My Line?||Mystery Guest||Episode 191 with Dean Martin; January 24|
|1954||The Jack Benny Program||Himself||Episode "Road to Nairobi" with Dean Martin; May 23|
|1956||What's My Line?||Mystery Guest||Episode 320; July 22|
|1956||What's My Line?||Panelist||Episode 336; November 11|
|1957||The Jerry Lewis Show||Himself||Special; January 19|
|1957||The Jerry Lewis Show||Himself||Special; June 8|
|1957||The Jerry Lewis Show||Himself||Special; November 5|
|1958||The Jerry Lewis Show||Himself||Special; February 18|
|1958||The Jerry Lewis Show||Himself||Special; April 5|
|1958||The Jerry Lewis Show||Himself||Special; May 16|
|1958||The Eddie Fisher Show||Himself||Reunion with Dean Martin;  September 30|
|1958||The Jerry Lewis Show||Himself||Special; October 18|
|1958||The Jerry Lewis Show||Himself||Special; December 10|
|1959||Startime||Joey Robin/Rabinowitz||Episode, "The Jazz Singer"; October 13|
|1960||The Jerry Lewis Show||Himself||Special; January 16|
|1960||The Jerry Lewis Show||Himself||Special; April 15|
|1960||What's My Line?||Mystery Guest||Episode 522; July 17|
|1960||Permanent Waves||None||Unsold pilot,  director only|
|1961||The Garry Moore Show||June 13 |
|1961||What's My Line?||Panelist||Episode 578; August 27|
|1962||The Wacky World of Jerry Lewis ||Himself||ABC Special; May 29|
|1962||What's My Line?||Mystery Guest||Episode 619; June 24|
|1963||The Jerry Lewis Show||13 episodes|
|1965||Ben Casey||Dr. Dennis Green||Episode, "A Little Fun to Match the Sorrow"; March 8|
|1965-1975||The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson||Guest Host||52 episodes|
|1965||The Andy Williams Show|
|1965||Hullabaloo||With his son Gary Lewis|
|1966||Batman||Episode: "The Bookworm Turns"; April 20|
|1966||What's My Line?||Mystery Guest||Episode 818; June 19|
|1966||Password||Game Show Contestant/Celebrity Guest Star|
|1966||Sheriff Who||NBC pilot (Unaired)|
|1966–2010||The Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon||Host|
|1967–69||The Jerry Lewis Show|
|1968||Playboy After Dark|
|1970||The Engelbert Humperdinck Show||Himself||March 4|
|1970||The Red Skelton Show||Magician's Assistant||Episode, "The Magic Act"; September 14|
|1970||The Bold Ones: The New Doctors||None||Directed episode "In Dreams They Run"; December 13|
|1971||The Carol Burnett Show||Episode 04.17; January 11|
|1973||The Dick Cavett Show||Himself|
|1978||Circus of the Stars||Ringmaster||December 8|
|1980||Rascal Dazzle||Narrator||HBO documentary on The Little Rascals|
|1983||Saturday Night Live||Host|
|1984||The Jerry Lewis Show||5 episodes|
|1985||Brothers||None||Directed episode, "Donald's Dad"; June 13|
|1987||Brothers||Himself||"Las Vegas Serenade: Part 2"; September 18|
|1988–89||Wiseguy||Eli Sternberg||5 episodes|
|1991||Good Grief||Himself||Episode: "The Bear"; January 6. Also directed|
|1993||Mad About You||Freddy Statler||Episode: "The Billionaire"; February 20|
|1999||Inside the Actors Studio ||Episode 68; August 15|
|2003||The Simpsons||Professor John Frink Sr.||Episode, "Treehouse of Horror XIV"; November 2|
|2006||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Andrew Munch||Episode, "Uncle" ; October 10|
|2010||Michel Legrand & Friends - 50 Years of Movies & Music||PBS Special; July 31|
|2011||Method to the Madness of Jerry Lewis||Himself||Documentary; also produced|
|2018||Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee ||Himself||Episode Heere's Jerry!. Posthumous release; July 6|
|1975||Spellbound game |
|1980||7-Eleven Convenience Stores |
|1991||Diet Pepsi "You Got the Right One, Baby" |
|1990s||Coca-Cola ||Directed by John Landis|
|1949||How to Smuggle a Hernia Across the Border||Privately made short film; never commercially released|
|1950||Screen Snapshots: Thirtieth Anniversary Special||Short subject|
|1950||My Friend Irma Goes West Trailer||Special scenes filmed for the promotional trailer|
|1951||Sailor Beware Trailer||Special scenes filmed for the promotional trailer|
|1953||Scared Stiff Trailer||Special scenes filmed for the promotional trailer|
|1954||Living It Up Trailer||Special scenes filmed for the promotional trailer|
|1960||The Bellboy Trailer||Special scenes filmed for the promotional trailer|
|1960||Raymie||Sings the title song only|
|1964||The Nutty Professor Trailer||Special scenes filmed for the promotional trailer|
|1964||The Disorderly Orderly Trailer||Special scenes filmed for the promotional trailer|
|1966||Man in Motion||Production trailer for Three on a Couch|
|1984||Terror in the Aisles||Archival footage of Lewis in Scared Stiff|
|1990||Boy||8-minute short from the compilation film How Are the Kids? (writer and director only) |
|1992||The Making of Mr. Saturday Night||Documentary for Mr. Saturday Night|
|2013||When Comedy Went To School||Interviewed for the documentary on The Borscht Belt comedians|
|2015||Trumbo||Archive footage of Lewis hosting The 29th Academy Awards|
|2017||Sammy Davis Jr.: I’ve Gotta Be Me||Scenes for the documentary on Sammy Davis Jr.|
|2017||Five Came Back||Netflix Documentary; Archive footage of Lewis presenting George Stevens Best Director at The 29th Academy Awards|
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