In his two-hour Archive interview, Jack Lemmon (1925-2001) discusses his early television appearances on sitcoms and anthology teleplays, and his guest appearances in variety shows. He recalls becoming an established motion picture star in the 1950s, most notably in Billy Wilder's film Some Like It Hot. He talks about his return to television in 1972, in one of his favorite specials, Jack Lemmon in 'S Wonderful, 'S Marvelous, 'S Gershwin. He outlines some of the television movies he appeared in, starting from the late 1980s, which included The Murder of Mary Phagan, A Long Day's Journey Into Night and 12 Angry Men. Morrie Gelman conducted the interview in Beverly Hills, California on November 4, 1998.