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Legendary Comedian, Humanitarian Jerry Lewis Dies at 91

Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin    (Public Domain)
Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin (Public Domain)

Jerry Lewis, the longtime comedian and humanitarian, has died, it was reported Sunday. He was 91. Lewis, who starred in the original “Nutty Professor” and...


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