My Friend Irma / My Friend Irma Goes West (Double Feature)

d   (1950) / Region 1
My Friend Irma / My Friend Irma Goes West (Double Feature)

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My Friend Irma

When My Friend Irma hit the silver screen in 1949, the course of movie comedy was changed forever with the film debut of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.

Dean and Jerry serve up their fresh mix of hilarity and song as juice bar operators Steve and Seymour. After a shifty talent manager hears Steve's golden voice, it seems like the two pals may get a shot at showbiz. But before they do, they'll have to survive a merry-go-round of laughs, romance and misadventure along with their manager's zany girlfriend Irma and her straitlaced roommate. See where the legend of Martin and Lewis began...with My Fiend Irma

My Friend Irma Goes West

Take a laugh-filled journey with this follow-up to My Friend Irma, the movie that introduced the world to the magic of Martin and Lewis.

Steve and Seymour are still toiling in the pits - as juice-car employees waiting for their showbiz break. After Steve's singing causes a sensation on a TV show, they head for Hollywood...unaware that the "producer" was an escapee from a sanitarium! With classic songs and routines, My Friend Irma Goes West is a can't miss comic adventure.


  • Length
  • Rating NR
  • Released:
  • Added Aug 01 2005
  • Production Year 1950
  • Empire SKU 739337
  • UPC Code 097360361643
  • Studio  d
  • Packaging Keep
  • Number of Discs 1
  • Disc SS-DL


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  • Audio
    English Dolby Digital Mono
  • Video
    Standard 1.33:1 B&W

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