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Jerry Lewis' remarkable success may be attributable in part to an anti-Semitic remark made by his high school principal. So offended was Lewis that he punched the perpetrator, was promptly expelled from school -- and headed immediately for the vaudeville circuit.

[Rather than having them cleaned, Jerry often gave away suits. He also rarely wore a pair of socks more than once.]

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