"4 Film Favorites: Jerry Lewis" - "The Ladies Man": After being jilted by his gal, a depressed Herbert H. Heebert (Jerry Lewis) swears off romantic entanglements and is determined to live his life as a confirmed bachelor. However, he then finds employment at a Hollywood boardinghouse for women - and the female residents go wild over the newly hired help! "The Bellboy": Jerry Lewis made his acclaimed directorial debut in this rollicking comedy hit. Anything can go wrong - and does - when Lewis stars as Stanley, a non-speaking, bumbling bellhop at the ritzy Fontainebleau Hotel in Florida's Miami Beach. Guests may come and guests may go, but Stanley is on duty day after day at the posh resort, encountering (and creating) all sorts of catastrophes. "The Errand Boy": Hired to be the "eyes and ears" of a Hollywood mogul at Paramutual Pictures, Morty S. Tashman (Lewis), under the guise of studio mail clerk, is to roam the lot and then report back to the boss with any questionable or dishonest activities. But virtually all of the shenanigans and escapades Morty uncovers are ones of his own doing! "The Patsy": When a popular entertainer meets with an untimely death, his shocked showbiz associates are desperate to find a quick replacement. That replacement is Stanley Belt (Jerry Lewis), a meek hotel employee, who suddenly finds himself being cajoled, prodded and groomed for stardom! Stanley may have no business being in show business, but that's not going to stop his determined mentors from trying to mold him into a musical superstar.
• Commentary by Jerry Lewis and Steve Lawrence, Archival Materials
• "The Bellboy" and "The Errand Boy" are Presented in Black & White
• Subtitles: English