First, Jerry Lewis checks in for laughs in his directorial debut, the comedy par excellence "The Bellboy" (1960), as a bellhop who turns a posh Miami Beach resort upside down. The guests include Milton Berle and Walter Winchell. Next, Le Grand Goofee Lewis is "The Errand Boy" (1961), a film studio gopher who turns Tinseltown upside-down with one hilarious misadventure after another. With Brian Donlevy, Fritz Feld, Iris Adrian, and a cameo by the "Bonanza" cast. Then, an inept hotel bellhop is groomed for stardom by a late comedian's management and writing team, in the madcap Lewis feature "The Patsy" (1964). Peter Lorre (his last film), Keenan Wynn, Everett Sloane, and Ina Balin co-star. Four-disc set also includes "The Ladies Man." Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English.