The Geisha Boy
The Geisha Boy (1958)

Jerry Lewis, plays a third-rate USO magician named Gilbert Woolley, working the Far East circuit with his pet rabbit Harry. Nearly fired for accidentally humiliating haughty movie star Marie McDonald, Gilbert's career is salvaged by… More

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Rated: G
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Genre: Comedy
Release Date: December 30, 1958
DVD Release Date: February 26, 1992
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Dennis Schwartz
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Under Tashlin's strong helm and Lewis's well-timed antics, the comedy is amusing in spots.

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jay nixon
This is a sweet harmless little comedy but nothing special, it will help if your a Lewis fan.
Lucas Martins
One of the best movies of the greatest Jerry Lewis and Frank Tashlin. That make us remember of Charlie Chaplin classics.
Jason Owens
"The Geisha Boy" is the only Jerry Lewis movie I've ever seen and it's a good one. Jerry Lewis is a magician with a rabbit as a sidekick. He… More