A Jerry Lewis Suit from "The Disorderly Orderly." Paramount, 1964. The jacket made of white-flecked slate blue wool, narrow lapels, two button front closure, two frontal flap pockets, label reads "Designed Exclusively for / Jerry Lewis / By / Sy Devore / Hollywood," second label reads in part "Jerry Lewis / 5-21-62 / No. 10088," red paper studio drycleaning tag stapled to lining; the matching trousers with pegged legs, flat front, attached self-belt, same label as above; worn by the star as he portrayed "Jerome Littlefield" in the action sequence near the end of the film when he realizes he's in love with "Julie Blair" [Karen Sharpe] and chases after her in an ambulance. (Please note the shoulders of the jacket are somewhat faded due to age; the pants have repair seams on the seat and other minor repair work throughout where there were tiny moth holes.)

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