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The second of Jerry Lewis' directorial endeavors, The Errand Boy, like its predecessor The Bellboy, is essentially a series of "spot gags," some hilarious, others only moderately amusing. The gossamer-thin plot finds Morty Tashman (Lewis) being hired by the CEO of "Paramutuel Pictures" (Brian Donlevy) to spy on studio employees and report any incidents of wastefulness and sloth. This gives Morty a chance to wander all over the Paramutuel Pictures lot, inadvertently interfering with work in progress, encountering strange characters and inexplicable events, and overall making as much of a nuisance of himself as possible.

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Special Features * cc Select scene commentary by Jerry Lewis and Steve Lawrence * Archival materials * Theatrical trailer * Widescreen version enhanced for 16:9 TVs * Dolby Digital: English Mono and French Mono * English subtitles * Spanish subtitles

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PA061064 Errand Boy, The DVD (1961/Jerry Lewis) $14.99