, 1h27 Directed byHarry Keller OriginUSA GenresComedy ActorsTony Randall, Burl Ives, Barbara Eden, Kamala Devi, Edward Andrews, Richard Erdman Roles Dr. Travisley Rating63% Architect Harold Ventimore (Tony Randall) buys a large antique container that turns out to imprison a djinn named Fakrash (Burl Ives), whom Harold inadvertently sets free. Fakrash is effusively grateful for his release, and persistently tries to do favors for Harold to show his gratitude. However he has been in the brass bottle for a long time, and Fakrash’s unfamiliarity with the modern world causes all sorts of problems when he tries to please his rescuer. Harold ends up in a great deal of trouble, including with his girlfriend, Sylvia Kenton (Barbara Eden).
, 1h59 Directed byJack Cardiff OriginUSA GenresComedy, Comedy-drama, Romance ThemesSeafaring films, Transport films ActorsShirley MacLaine, Yves Montand, Edward G. Robinson, Robert Cummings, Yoko Tani, Tatsuo Saitō Roles Leonard Lewis Rating64% Paul Robaix (Montand), a famous director, wants to shoot a film in Japan inspired by Madama Butterfly. His wife, an actress named Lucy Dell (MacLaine), has been the leading lady in all of his greatest films, and she is more famous. He feels that she overshadows him and he would like to achieve success independent of her. By choosing to film Madame Butterfly, he can select a different leading lady without hurting her feelings, because she, as a blue eyed, red headed woman, would not be suitable to play a Japanese woman. As a surprise, she visits him in Japan while he's searching for a leading lady. To surprise him further, she disguises herself as a geisha at a dinner party, planning to unveil her identity during the meal.
, 1h35 Directed byJerry Lewis OriginUSA GenresComedy ActorsJerry Lewis, Helen Traubel, Kathleen Freeman, Buddy Lester, George Raft, Marty Ingels Roles Mr. Zoussman - TV Show Producer Rating65% Herbert H. Heebert (Jerry Lewis) is a young man who loses his girlfriend, swears off romance, and then takes a job at a genteel, women-only boarding house, run by Helen Wellenmellen (Helen Traubel). Although most of the women treat him like a servant, Fay (Pat Stanley) helps him with his fear of women.
, 1h47 Directed byDavid Miller GenresDrama, Romance ActorsSusan Hayward, John Gavin, Vera Miles, Charles Drake, Virginia Grey, Reginald Gardiner Roles Mr. Venner Rating67% Paul Saxon, riche héritier d'une chaîne de magasins, rencontre Rae Smith à son retour de guerre. Attendant un avion pour New York, ils passent une journée ensemble et tombent mutuellement amoureux. Rae rate l'avion, et découvre par la suite que Paul est marié. Rae décide de tenter sa chance à New York et trouve du travail auprès du fameux styliste Dalian. Elle rencontre Paul par hasard et ils se rendent compte qu'ils sont encore amoureux l'un de l'autre. Ne voulant pas devenir sa maîtresse cachée, Rae décide alors de fuir et de poursuivre sa carrière à Rome.
, 1h8 Directed byJerry Lewis OriginUSA GenresComedy ActorsJerry Lewis, Alex Gerry, Milton Berle, B.S. Pully, Joe E. Ross, Isobel Elsom Roles Mr. Novak, Hotel Manager Rating64% A studio executive (Jack Kruschen in an uncredited role) introduces the movie, explaining that it has no plot, but simply shows Stanley the hotel bellboy (played by Lewis) getting in one ridiculous situation after another, and that the movie is "so funny" before breaking out into hysterical laughter. Stanley does not speak, except at the very end of the movie. Lewis also appears in a speaking role playing himself escorted by a large entourage.
, 1h42 Directed byMichael Gordon OriginUSA GenresComedy, Romantic comedy, Romance ThemesFilms about sexuality, Erotic films ActorsRock Hudson, Doris Day, Tony Randall, Thelma Ritter, Nick Adams, Allen Jenkins Roles Dr. A.C. Maxwell Rating74% Jan Morrow (Doris Day) is a successful, content, self-reliant interior decorator who lives in New York City. She lives alone and claims to be quite happy, when questioned on that subject by her drunken housekeeper, Alma (Thelma Ritter). The only irritant in her life is the party line that she shares with Brad Allen (Rock Hudson), a talented, creative Broadway composer and playboy. She is unable to obtain a private phone line because the telephone company has been overwhelmed by the recent demand for new phone lines in the area.
, 1h30 Directed byFrank Tashlin OriginUSA GenresComedy ThemesMilitary humor in film, Films about magic and magicians, Seafaring films, Transport films ActorsJerry Lewis, Sessue Hayakawa, Marie McDonald, Suzanne Pleshette, Barton MacLane, Nobu McCarthy Roles Colonel Adams Rating65% The Great Wooley (Jerry Lewis) is a magician who is entertaining GIs in Japan. Upon their arrival, he causes a series of unfortunate mishaps for the headliner, actress Lola Livingston (Marie McDonald), including tearing her dress, knocking her down a flight of stairs, and rolling her up in the red carpet. An orphan, Mitsuo Watanabe (Robert Hirano) witnesses the spectacle and laughs for the first time since his parents died. When his aunt Kimi Sikita (Nobu McCarthy) brings the boy to Wooley to thank him, he and the boy become close, which irritates the aunt's boyfriend, a Japanese baseball player, as well as a USO liaison (Suzanne Pleshette) who has fallen for Wooley.
, 1h43 Directed byFrank Tashlin OriginUSA GenresComedy, Musical, Romance ThemesFilms about music and musicians, Musical films ActorsJerry Lewis, Marilyn Maxwell, Connie Stevens, Reginald Gardiner, Hans Conried, Isobel Elsom Roles Judge Jenkins Rating67% Clayton Poole (Jerry Lewis) is a small-town TV repairman whose former sweetheart, Carla Naples (Marilyn Maxwell), is now a famous movie star. Carla marries a Mexican bullfighter and becomes pregnant; her husband dies the day after the wedding. Her agent, Harold Herman (Reginald Gardiner) tries to avoid a scandal by sending Carla back to the town where she grew up. The cover story is that she is going into seclusion to prepare for her next role, the lead in the religious epic The White Virgin of the Nile. Carla turns to Clayton for help, and he agrees to care for the child once it is born.