Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis: The Stooge (1951) "Who's Your Little Who-Zis?" routine

**Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis: The Stooge (1951) "Who's Your Little Who-Zis?" routine**



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Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis perform “Who’s Your Little Who-Zis?” in The Stooge. Very funny routine, excellent film.
I own nothing, I just love these guys 🙂

14 thoughts on “**Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis: The Stooge (1951) "Who's Your Little Who-Zis?" routine**

  1. Kimberly Daly

    My mom used to sing this to me ever day. Thank you for uploading this, she's dead and this is a great memory for me.

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  2. Gall ery

    Jerry singing as Dean keeps directing the band to play in a higher key is one the funniest bits they ever did.

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  3. Greg Dixon

    As reported by The New York Times's Manohla Dargis, this is the first time Jerry Lewis utters his famous tag line, "Hey Lady" (also written "Hey Laaaaady" or "Hey, l-a-a-a-d-y” or "Hey, laaaaady").

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  4. John ROBINSON III

    "Two Is A Team"    REMEMBER THAT!!!    (In this sweet film, Ted Rogers teaches Bill Miller a stiff, stern and powerful lesson.)

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  5. John Moore

    What perfect chemistry between Martin and Lewis.  The best part is the last two minutes when they sing "Who's Your Little Who-Zis?"  The classic movie is in black and white called "The Stooge".  In this movie Martin and Lewis epitomizes the chase for the American Dream.

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