TV Store Online.com has an interview with film historian and author James Neibaur about his book on Jerry Lewis.
A Conversation with Bill Richmond
By: Justin Bozung
What you don’t know about the career of comedy writer Bill Richmond could fill the Grand Canyon many times over. When you begin to research
June Cross: In your autobiography, you were talking about the kind of two worlds of black showbiz and white showbiz. So I wanted to talk to you as an expert, so to speak. I've been told that you knew
Before I interviewed Jerry Lewis in his dressing room at Las Vegas' Sahara Hotel, I watched his show. I thought it was wittier, more mature, in better taste than his shows in the past. Also, Jerry seemed
"Make it the beginning of the piece," Jerry Lewis says, fixing me a stare. "I don't wanna push this into the background." He fixes me another stare, then softens into a cajole. "There are one in four people
How did you get involved in the project that became the film The Nutty Professor (1963)?
STELLA STEVENS: I was under contract at Paramount Studios. So I was there on the lot every day, and they thought