TCM is having a 2 night film festival in his honor Jerry Lewis' 90th Birthday The great Jerry Lewis himself will co-host these two evenings of his films. The comic actor/director/ producer/screenwriter, adored by French critics and audiences everywhere, is celebrated with movies representing four decades of his illustrious career. The first evening covers Lewis' filmic partnership with crooner Dean Martin and includes two TCM premieres, The Stooge (1952), about a troubled pair of vaudeville performers; and Artists and Models (1955), in which Dean plays a struggling artist and Jerry an aspiring children's author. Also screening are At War with the Army (1950), with the boys as bumbling soldiers; The Caddy (1953), with Jerry as a struggling golf instructor and Dean as a star client; and You're Never Too Young (1955), in which Jerry hilariously poses as an 11-year-old. The second evening looks at the "auteur" phase of the Lewis career and also features a pair of TCM premieres. Which Way to the Front? (1970) has Lewis producing, directing and starring in the story of a rich playboy who forms his own army. Cracking Up (aka Smorgasbord, 1983) is directed and co-written by Lewis and casts him as a psychiatric patient. Also showing are The Bellboy (1960), which was written, produced and directed by Lewis and features him in the leading role; Three on a Couch (1966), directed by Lewis, with Jerry as an artist in love with psychiatrist Janet Leigh; and Martin Scorsese's The King of Comedy (1983), starring Lewis as a talk-show host kidnapped by autograph hound Robert De Niro. I'll finally get to see The King of Comedy & see what all the hubbub is about My favorite JL movie is 'Rock-A-Bye-Baby' What's yours?