Crime

Mr. Wong in Chinatown (1939)

Princess Lin Hwa is killed by a poisoned dart on the way to see Mr. Wong. She was on a secret mission for Chinese fighting against the invading Japanese. She scrawls “Captain J” on a piece of paper, but there are two of them. Both of them are pretty shady characters.

Comedy

You’re Never Too Young (1955)

A valuable diamond is stolen at a Los Angeles hotel and a man guarding it is killed. The thief, Noonan, hides it from police, first in the jacket of a customer, Bob Miles, and then in the pocket of a barber’s apprentice, Wilbur Hoolick.

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Comedy

Hollywood or Bust (1956)

Malcolm Smith (Jerry Lewis) wins a brand new automobile at a raffle. Steve Wiley (Dean Martin), a gambler from New York, obtains a counterfeit of the winning ticket and also claims that the car is his. The raffle’s manager declares them both winners and that they can split the car any way that they want. Steve wants to sell the car, but Malcolm wants to drive it to Hollywood to meet actress Anita Ekberg.

Comedy

Visit to a Small Planet (1960)

Visit to a Small Planet is a 1960 Paramount Pictures comic science fiction film starring Jerry Lewis and based on a play by Gore Vidal. The picture was released on February 4, 1960. Visit to a Small Planet debuted as a television production, then was reworked as a Broadway play starring Cyril Ritchard and Eddie Mayehoff.

Comedy

Rock a Bye Baby (1958)

Rock-A-Bye Baby is a 1958 comedy film with songs, starring Jerry Lewis. A loose remake of Preston Sturges’ 1944 film The Miracle of Morgan’s Creek, the film was directed and written by Frank Tashlin, and features Marilyn Maxwell, Connie Stevens and Reginald Gardiner.