Greatest apples in the world. A beautiful, beautiful approach shot. I've got a very responsible position. The film marked the pioneering use of a system, providing Lewis a way to see the action even though he was in the scene. Take a little bitty step forward and give them your Arthur Murray smile.
No one is even breathing. All that he displays are facial expressions and a comedic slapstick style. In that case, if you just call him again. Remember, fellas, the decision must be made now. We are sorry we cannot accommodate you but shall be happy to be of service in the future. Sorry, we have 3,000 employees.
These are nice people sitting out here. Mr Novak, you know I'm very faithful to this hotel and to you. It's sure good this evening. At all times, you are to see to it that they conduct themselves in a manner befitting a man wearing the uniform of the Fontainebleau! What we do after work is our business, not theirs. This is the private entrance to the hotel.
The nights here are the same as anywhere else. I just saw one man on the floor. Just me, the chick and the full moon. And it's just a little different insofar as there is no story and no plot. That putt put Jack Keller even with Dr Cary Middlecoff. Would you do me a favour? Stanley, see that steamer trunk? I can't hear very well. I would like very much, if you don't mind, to get to my room as soon as possible.
And this is the way you repay me. I brought a couple of kinfolk along. We've been having wonderful weather, Mrs Hartong. I've never seen a movie star up close before. As the bellboys break ranks, they all know where to go and what to do.
Miss Winkly is in Room 626. Go down there and get me. Let me get into the side. I'm sure you'll be very happy in the new wing, Mrs Hartong. I'm going to find out who did this terrible thing to me. Made for peanuts, amassed a fortune, assuring that would be permitted to direct many of his own films in the future. Mrs Hartong said it'll be fine.
I don't blame you, but it wasn't my fault they didn't receive the telegram. And of course, there are chefs, chambermaids, clerks, hostesses, waiters, doormen, bartenders, waitresses, musicians and entertainers. Let me have a cigarette. This is a very high-class hotel. Lewis plays Stanley, the endearingly incompetent title character, who is employed in the Fontainebleau Hotel, in Miami Beach; he also plays himself, Jerry Lewis, big-time celebrity, whose entourage takes endless minutes to stream out of his limousine and surrounds him obsequiously in the hotel lobby.
I can't make up my mind. It's nice to have you with us again. I thought you were a nice, quiet young man, and I find you're just a troublemaker. I have a heavy date tonight and I'll give you a heavy tip. It is actually a series of silly sequences. When it comes to Jerry Lewis, my thoughts are almost like the French in considering him a genius.