Remembering Jimmy Stewart

On July 2 of 1997, America, the world, cinema and Hollywood lost one of his greatest acting legends, the beloved Jimmy Stewart, who died just one day later of another great Hollywood legend, Robert Mitchum.

These two first days of July in 1997 were very difficult and extremely sad for the many, many fans of the classic golden era of Hollywood, first on July 1th, Robert Mitchum died and one day later, Jimmy Stewart.

“It’s a Wonderful Life”, “Vertigo”, “Rear Window”, “Mr Hobbs takes a Vacation”, “The Shop Around the Corner”, “Mr Smith Goes to Washington”, “Rope”, “Harvey”, “Anatomy of a Murder”, “The Man who Shot Liberty Valance”,  “The Philadelphia Story”, “You Can’t take it with you”, “Winchester 73”, “The Glenn Miller Story”, “The Man from Laramie”, “Night Passage” and “How the West was Won” are some of the many, many great films of Jimmy Stewart’s huge fimography.

Jimmy Stewart in Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece “Vertigo”.
An image of Jimmy Stewart with Donna Reed in Frank Capra’s classic, “It’s a Wonderful Life”.
Jimmy Stewart in Alfred Hitchcock’s classic, “Rear Window”.

 

Remembering the great Jimmy Stewart!
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