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Dr. Broadway


A classic lesser-known noir from Anthony Mann.

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Jimmy Stewart: Bend of the River (1952)


“You’ll be seeing me. You’ll be seeing me. Everytime you bed down for the night, you’ll look back to the darkness and wonder if I’m there. And some night, I will be. You’ll be seeing me!” – Jimmy Stewart as Glyn McLyntock

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Jimmy Stewart: The Far Country


“I don’t need other people. I don’t need help. I can take care of me.” – Jimmy Stewart as Jeff Webster

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Jimmy Stewart: The Man from Laramie (1955)


The fifth and final Western that Mann would work on together, and a wonderful film.

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Jimmy Stewart: Strategic Air Command (1955)


The film that brought Stewart back into his life as a military pilot.

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Jimmy Stewart: The Glenn Miller Story (1954)


This movie relies on the music as the driving force behind the story of Glenn Miller.

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Jimmy Stewart: Thunder Bay (1953)


Stewart expertly captures the desperation and drive of man trying to make it with his last hope.

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Jimmy Stewart: The Naked Spur (1953)


With The Naked Spur, Anthony Mann could best be described as the Hitchcock of westerns.

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