Tag Archives: Jimmy Stewart

Jimmy Stewart: Broken Arrow (1950)


“To talk of peace is not hard. To live it is very hard.” – Jeff Chandler as Cochise

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Jimmy Stewart: Night Passage (1957)


Another classic western featuring Jimmy Stewart.

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Jimmy Stewart: Rear Window


The second film from the partnership of Alfred Hitchcock and Jimmy Stewart.

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Jimmy Stewart: Carbine Williams


This is one of three films that Jimmy Stewart would appear in during 1952. Although it’s not a great film, it features nice performances from a number of the stars.

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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 Greatest Show on Earth (1952)


While this film is considered one of the weakest Best Picture winners, it is also another example of Stewart’s skill.

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Jimmy Stewart: The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)


Jimmy Stewart and John Wayne, together in a John Ford film. There isn’t much more to ask for.

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