The Jack Lemmon Showcase Volume 1 (2014) – By Jason S. Lockard

Jack Lemmon is a Hollywood legend and one of the most beloved film stars of time. Now Mill Creek Entertainment has released a four classics from the early years of his career in the Jack Lemmon showcase. Let’s take a look at what is included in this first volume.

Our Rating System:

****=Don’t Miss it!
***=Worth a look.
**=An Ok way to spend an evening.
*=You haven’t missed anything.

Under the Yum Yum Tree (1963) Jack plays a wolf in landlord’s clothing, who’s about to find he’s bitten off more than he can woo! ***

My Sister Eileen (1955) Eileen and Ruth move to New York to realize their dreams. After magazine editor Robert Baker rejects Ruth’s corny romantic tragedies, Ruth takes his advice to write about something she really knows – her sister’s power over men. ***

Phffft (1954) When their marriage finally goes "Phffft!," Nina and Robert get a divorce – only to discover that, like it or not, some people are just meant to be together! ***

Luv (1967) Ellen and Milt realize they’re in love, the only problem is they both are already married. Their plan is to get rid of their current spouses. **

So if you love the comedy of Jack Lemon as much as I do! Or if you want to uncover this comedic genius. This is an awesome collection. Head over to or your local DVD provider and get your copy today.

Moral Rating: nothing offensive
Audience: families
Genre: Drama, Comedy
Length: 3 Hours 11 Minutes
DVD Released: 2013
DVD Rating: A+