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    Jimmy Stewart

    Jimmy Stewart, 1950s

    No Time for Comedy, 1940

    James Stewart, Kim Novak and Alfred Hitchcock at the San Francisco premiere for VERTIGO (1958).

    [MARRIED] James Stewart, marrying former model Gloria Hatrick McLean (1918 - 1994) on August 9, 1949

    James Stewart & Spencer Tracy at Clark Gable's funeral, 1960.

    James Stewart and Harvey

    James Stewart and Katharine Hepburn in The Philadelphia Story (1940).

    Col. JAMES MAITLAND ("JIMMY") STEWART [U.S. Army Air Forces / WWII] -- Rejected by the draft for being underweight & later enlisted with the Air Corps @ Moffett Field, A. The FIRST major American movie star to wear a military uniform in WWII. Promoted to 2Lt. (1942), he flew 20 bombing missions over Europe. Retired as a Brigadier General (1968). ~ _____________________________ Reposted by Dr. Veronica Lee, DNP (Depew/Buffalo, NY, US)

    Jimmy Stewart and Ginger Rogers at the Oscars, 1941

    Picture of Jimmy Stewart and Helen Walker for "Call Northside 777" (1947), dir. Henry Hathaway

    Kim Novak with James Stewart for "Vertigo" (1958)

    Jimmy Stewart and Olivia de Havilland at the New York premiere of Gone with the Wind,

    Grace Kelly, James Stewart - Fenêtre sur cour (Rear Window) est un film américain à suspense produit et réalisé par Alfred Hitchcock pour la compagnie Paramount Pictures. Tourné du 23 novembre 1953 au 13 janvier 1954 aux studios Paramount à Los Angeles, il est sorti en août 1954 aux États-Unis et le 1er avril 1955 en France. Il a été présenté à la Mostra de Venise de 1954.

    Grace Kelly and James Stewart in Rear Window.

    Jimmy Stewart, 1930s

    James Stewart and Katherine Hepburn in " The Philadelphia Story"

    Gregory Peck, John Wayne, Julie Andrews, Jerry Lewis, and Jimmy Stewart posing for a photo at the 1966 Golden Globe awards

    Ginger Rogers - Best Actress Oscar for "Kitty Foyle" with James Stewart - Best Actor Oscar for "The Philadelphia Story" in 1941

    "The Shop Around the Corner"

    Maureen O’Hara and James Stewart in Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation

    Jimmy Stewart as Jefferson Smith in the 1939 film, "Mr Smith Goes to Washington"

    Spencer Tracy visiting Jimmy Stewart and director Billy Wilder on location for “The Spirit of St. Louis”, circa 1956

    Jimmy Stewart (by Zack Wallenfang)