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Jimmy Stewart

Jimmy StewartAKA James Maitland Stewart

Born: 20-May-1908
Birthplace: Indiana, PA
Died: 2-Jul-1997
Location of death: Beverly Hills, CA
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Glendale, CA

Gender: Male
Religion: Presbyterian
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor
Party Affiliation: Republican

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

Military service: US Army Air Corps (WWII)

Father: Alexander M. Stewart
Mother: Elizabeth Ruth Jackson
Girlfriend: Olivia de Havilland
Wife: Gloria Hatrick McLean (m. 9-Aug-1949, d. 16-Feb-1994)
Daughter: Kelly (twin, b. 7-May-1951)
Daughter: Judy (twin, b. 7-May-1951)

    High School: Mercersburg Academy (1928)
    University: Princeton University (1932)

    Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
    Bush-Quayle '92
    Loyal Order of Moose Indiana, PA Lodge 174
    National Republican Senatorial Committee
    Reagan-Bush '84
    American Film Institute Life Achievement Award 1980
    Grand Marshal of the Tournament of Roses 1982
    Air Medal
    Distinguished Flying Cross
    Golden Globe 1974 for Hawkins
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1708 Vine St.
    Kennedy Center Honor 1983
    Presidential Medal of Freedom 1985
    Oscar for Best Actor 1941 for The Philadelphia Story
    Silver Buffalo
    Draft Deferment: World War II 1-Y, enlisted anyway (Feb-1941)
    Visited Disneyland Candlelight Procession (Dec-1975)
    Irish Ancestry
    Risk Factors: Stuttering, Smoking, Pacemaker

    TELEVISION
    Hawkins Billy Jim Hawkins (1973-74)
    The Jimmy Stewart Show Jim Howard (professor, 1971-72)

    FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
    An American Tail: Fievel Goes West (21-Nov-1991) · Wylie Burp [VOICE]
    North and South II (4-May-1986)
    Right of Way (21-Nov-1983)
    The Green Horizon (19-Jul-1980)
    The Magic of Lassie (2-Aug-1978)
    The Big Sleep (13-Mar-1978)
    Airport '77 (11-Mar-1977) · Philip Stevens
    The Shootist (11-Aug-1976)
    That's Entertainment! (23-May-1974) · Himself
    Fools' Parade (18-Aug-1971)
    The Cheyenne Social Club (12-Jun-1970)
    Bandolero! (1-Jun-1968)
    Firecreek (24-Jan-1968) · Johnny Cobb
    The Rare Breed (2-Feb-1966) · Burnett
    The Flight of the Phoenix (15-Dec-1965) · Frank Towns
    Shenandoah (3-Jun-1965)
    Dear Brigitte (8-Jan-1965)
    Cheyenne Autumn (3-Oct-1964) · Wyatt Earp
    Take Her, She's Mine (13-Nov-1963) · Frank Michaelson
    How the West Was Won (1-Nov-1962) · Linus Rawlings
    Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation (15-Jun-1962) · Mr. Hobbs
    The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (22-Apr-1962) · Ransom Stoddard
    X-15 (22-Dec-1961) · Narrator [VOICE]
    Two Rode Together (26-Jul-1961) · Sheriff Guthrie McCabe
    The Mountain Road (Jun-1960)
    The FBI Story (25-Jan-1960) · Chip Hardesty
    Anatomy of a Murder (1-Jul-1959) · Paul Biegler
    Bell Book and Candle (19-Dec-1958) · Shepherd Henderson
    Vertigo (9-May-1958) · John "Scottie" Ferguson
    Night Passage (24-Jul-1957)
    The Spirit of St. Louis (20-Apr-1957) · Charles Lindbergh
    The Man Who Knew Too Much (1-Jun-1956)
    The Man from Laramie (31-Aug-1955) · Will Lockhart
    Strategic Air Command (25-Mar-1955) · Lt. Col. Robert Holland
    The Far Country (4-Oct-1954) · Jeff
    Rear Window (1-Aug-1954) · L. B. Jeffries
    The Glenn Miller Story (10-Dec-1953) · Glenn Miller
    The Naked Spur (3-Aug-1953) · Howard Kemp
    Thunder Bay (21-May-1953)
    Carbine Williams (May-1952)
    Bend of the River (23-Jan-1952)
    The Greatest Show on Earth (10-Jan-1952)
    No Highway in the Sky (21-Sep-1951) · Theodore Honey
    The Jackpot (1-Nov-1950) · Bill Lawrence
    Harvey (13-Oct-1950) · Elwood P. Dowd
    Broken Arrow (21-Jul-1950) · Tom Jeffords
    Winchester '73 (12-Jul-1950) · Lin McAdam
    Malaya (27-Dec-1949) · John Royer
    The Stratton Story (12-May-1949)
    You Gotta Stay Happy (28-Oct-1948)
    Rope (28-Aug-1948) · Rupert Cadell
    On Our Merry Way (3-Feb-1948) · Slim
    Call Northside 777 (1-Feb-1948) · P .J. McNeal
    Magic Town (7-Oct-1947) · Rip Smith
    It's a Wonderful Life (20-Dec-1946) · George Bailey
    Ziegfeld Girl (25-Apr-1941) · Gilbert Young
    Pot o' Gold (3-Apr-1941) · Jimmy Haskell
    Come Live With Me (29-Jan-1941) · Bill Smith
    The Philadelphia Story (1-Dec-1940) · Macaulay Connor
    No Time for Comedy (7-Sep-1940)
    The Mortal Storm (14-Jun-1940) · Martin Breitner
    The Shop Around the Corner (12-Jan-1940) · Alfred Kralik
    Destry Rides Again (29-Dec-1939) · Tom Destry, Jr.
    Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (17-Oct-1939) · Jefferson Smith
    It's a Wonderful World (19-May-1939) · Guy Johnson
    The Ice Follies of 1939 (10-Mar-1939) · Larry Hall
    Made for Each Other (10-Feb-1939) · Johnny Mason
    You Can't Take It with You (23-Aug-1938) · Tony Kirby
    The Shopworn Angel (15-Jul-1938) · Bill Pettigrew
    Vivacious Lady (13-May-1938) · Peter
    Of Human Hearts (5-Feb-1938) · Jason Wilkins
    Navy Blue and Gold (19-Nov-1937)
    The Last Gangster (12-Nov-1937) · Paul North
    Seventh Heaven (25-Mar-1937)
    After the Thin Man (25-Dec-1936) · David
    Born to Dance (27-Nov-1936) · Ted Barker
    The Gorgeous Hussy (28-Aug-1936) · "Rowdy" Dow
    Speed (8-May-1936) · Terry Martin
    Small Town Girl (10-Apr-1936)
    Wife vs. Secretary (28-Feb-1936) · Dave
    Next Time We Love (30-Jan-1936)
    Rose-Marie (28-Jan-1936) · John Flower
    The Murder Man (12-Jul-1935)


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