Most fans and critics agree, the last eight Martin & Lewis comedies are not the quality that the first eight are. In fact, Jerry Lewis has stated many times that he himself has never watched "Hollywood or Bust", because it is "too painful", indeed, the behind-the-scenes bickering between the two is apparent in the films.
To some degree, "Three Ring Circus" is no loss, because it is notorious for fighting between Jerry and Dean. However, "Money from Home" should certainly be avaliable, it is Dean and Jerry's first color motion picture, and only 3D.
The titles that are avaliable on this collection include fan favorites: "Artists and Models" and "Living It Up". One crtitic wrote, in ENFANTE TERRIBLE (see books) that "Rain Main" is a remake of "Hollywood or Bust". "You're Never Too Young" is my personal favorite of this bunch.
Being a completist, I certainly will be getting this set, but I would love for Paramount--and other companies--to continue releasing Jerry's solo catalogue, we still need: "Rock-a-Bye Baby", "The Geisha Boy", "Visit to a Small Planet", "Who's Minding the Store?", "Three on a Couch", "Which Way to the Front?", "Hardly Working", "Smorgasbord", and "Fight for Life".