The Nutty Professor 1963 Film | Jerry Lewis

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The Nutty Professor plot from IMDb: "A timid, nearsighted chemistry teacher discovers a magical potion that can transform him into a suave and handsome Romeo. The Jekyll and Hyde game works well enough until the concoction starts to wear off at the most embarrassing times."

The Nutty Professor trailer on IMDb:

Directed by Jerry Lewis

Produced by Ernest D. Glucksman, Arthur P. Schmidt

Screenplay by Jerry Lewis, Bill Richmond

Music by Walter Scharf

Cinematography: W. Wallace Kelley

Edited by John Woodcock

Production companies: Jerry Lewis Films

Distributed by Paramount Pictures

Release date: June 4, 1963

Running time: 107 minutes

Budget: $7,630,000

Box office: $19,000,000

Cast and Characters:

Jerry Lewis as Professor Julius F. Kelp/Buddy Love/Baby Kelp

Stella Stevens as Stella Purdy

Del Moore as Dr. Mortimer S. Warfield

Kathleen Freeman as Millie Lemmon

Howard Morris as Mr. Elmer Kelp

Elvia Allman as Mrs. Edwina Kelp

Norman Alden as Football Player #1/Student #1

Marvin Kaplan as English Student

Julie Parrish as College Student #2

Henry Gibson as College Student #3

Milton Frome as Dr. M. Sheppard Leevee

Buddy Lester as Bartender #1

Med Flory as Warzewski, the football player

George DeNormand as Faculty Member #3 (uncredited)

Robert Donner as College Student #6 (uncredited)

Stuart Holmes as Faculty Member #5 (uncredited)

Richard Kiel as Bodybuilder #1 (uncredited)

Caryl Lincoln as Faculty Member #7 (uncredited)

Mickey Manners as College Student #11 (uncredited)

Judi Thor as College Student #13 (uncredited)

Celeste Yarnall as College Student #14 (uncredited)

Francine York as College Student #15 (uncredited)