James Maitland "Jimmy" Stewart (May 20, 1908 – July 2, 1997) was an American film and stage actor, known for his distinctive drawl and down-to-earth persona. He starred in many films that are considered to be classics and is known for portraying an American middle class man struggling with a crisis. Wikipedia
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James Stewart is a member of the following lists: Academy Honorary Award recipients, American film actors, People from California, California Republicans, Cecil B. DeMille Award Golden Globe winners, Kennedy Center honorees, American stage actors, Best Drama Actor Golden Globe (television) winners, People from Beverly Hills, California and Best Actor Academy Award winners.
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|1991||An American Tail: Fievel Goes West||Wylie|
|1986||North and South, Book II||Miles Colbert|
|1983||Right of Way||Teddy Dwyer|
|1980||Afurika monogatari||Old Man|
|1980||Mr. Krueger's Christmas||Mr. Krueger|
|1978||The Big Sleep||General Sternwood|
|1978||The Magic of Lassie||Clovis Mitchell|
|1978||General Electric's All-Star Anniversary||Mark Twain|
|1977||Airport '77||Philip Stevens|
|1976||The Shootist||Dr. Hostetler|
|2||Day After Day|
|4||The Meaning Of Goodbye||1905|
|5||The Legend of Shenandoah|
|6||A Man Like Me||1905|
|9||The Kind Of Love I Need||1905|
You hear so much about the old movie moguls and the impersonal factories where there is no freedom. MGM was a wonderful place where decisions were made on my behalf by my superiors. What's wrong with that?