As I mentioned a while back when I posted the link to the video about the Jerry Lewis Collection in Berlin, Germany, I acquired the German film journal shown in the video, the April 1974 issue of Filmkritik (Film Critique), which back then was the most renowned German film journal. The entire issue was devoted to Jerry. So I translated the issue and divided the text into 6 parts. I'll post a few photos with each installment. The author of this issue, Rainer Gansera, was also the translator of The Total Filmmaker into German.
So to commemorate the 5th anniversary of Jerry's passing coming up soon, here is part 1.
Part 4 features the sketches done by Alfred Hitchcock and Jerry to convey the director's concept of a Scene to the cameraman, as discussed briefly in the video on the Jerry Lewis Collection in Berlin. Note the detail in Jerry's sketch and compare it to Hitchcock.
Here is Part 5. The author sees parallels to a Mickey Mouse comic book and recounts how Jerry first met his idol, Charlie Chaplin, in a Hollywood restaurant.
Due to download restrictions, I had to delete the first Mickey Mouse cartoon from the text. Sorry! No matter how I do it, that first cartoon is just too large to download. But these cartoons were just a whim of the author, they are not essential to understanding the article as a whole.