We'll Have a Splendid Rendezvous Together

Hi, my name is Kayley. I'm 24, and I love classic movies, tv shows, and music. Some of favorite actors and actresses include: Jerry Lewis, Dean Martin, James Stewart, Greer Garson, Natalie Wood, Audrey Hepburn, Ava Gardner, Harold Lloyd, Cary Grant, Robert Taylor, Robert Montgomery, Frank Sinatra, Ronald Colman, Robert Walker, and Fred Astaire. So that is a lot of what you'll see here. I am also a professional dancer, so you might see some dance stuff on here too.

My Legacy
"I think she was drunker than hell!" - words spoken about me by Jerry Lewis.

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Dean Martin and Lori Nelson on the set of Pardners, 1955. 

Dean Martin and Lori Nelson on the set of Pardners, 1955. 

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“Loneliness” is a terrifying word in Jerry Lewis’ world. He remembers his own childhood in Newark, N.J., as one haunted by feelings of desolation. His parents were vaudevillians who, in depression, had to accept billings far from home. At 8, Jerry was cooking his own meals, keeping house, and spending endless hours in the dark in an empty apartment where each creak magnified to dreadful proportions. His closest companion was his grandmother, who lived nearby. She died when Jerry was 14 and the world closed in tighter.

Childhood loneliness, as an Hollywood do-it-yourself psychoanalyst will tell you, is the deep-seated answer to “What makes Jerry run?” They nod wisely and say Jerry needs success, admiration, and activity to protect him from memories of being small and alone.

What Makes Jerry Run by Peter J. Oppenheimer 

Family Weekly July 14 1957

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Frank Sinatra, 1957

Frank Sinatra, 1957

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"He’s a man of few words, but with women, he’s a man of no words."

Jeanne Martin
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foreverfranksinatra:

Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra photographed in the recording studio, 1958.

foreverfranksinatra:

Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra photographed in the recording studio, 1958.

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