"Jerry's Living It Up Like Crazy!"06 June 1969Comedy91 mins
Told he is terminally ill, an insurance executive (Jerry Lewis) goes on a credit-card spending spree--and then learns his medical diagnosis was a mistake. This 1969 comedy, directed by George Marshall, also stars Anne Francis, Peter Lawford and Kathleen Freeman.
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