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Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime (Especially Himself): The Story of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis

3.89  ·  Rating Details  ·  27 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Hardcover, 288 pages
Published January 1st 1974 by Hawthorn Books, Inc.
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GoldGato
Jun 05, 2014 GoldGato rated it it was ok
This 1974 edition looks at the once-famous partnership of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, otherwise known as Martin & Lewis. For New Dealers and early Baby Boomers, these two were the bridge between Sinatra and Presley, as the laid-back Dino and the frantic Jerry caused pandemonium in the early 1950s. At the peak of their fame, the two showbizzers were raking in millions at a time when such earnings were rare. The author explains how they met, why they partnered up, and why they eventually disb ...more
Travis
Mar 06, 2010 Travis rated it it was amazing
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An entertaining biography of Martin and Lewis that is an interesting look at Hollywood in the 50's, as well as the life story of the two entertainers and how they developed from two solo acts and created their duo act and what happened after they split up.
It pretty much confirmed my opinion that Dean Martin is a cool guy, while Jerry Lewis is a bit of a dick.

Entertaining, with some nice bits of history and lots of funny moments.
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