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James Maitland "Jimmy" Stewart (May 20, 1908 – July 2, 1997) was an American film and stage actor, known for his distinctive voice and persona. Over the course of his career, he starred in many films widely considered classics and was nominated for five Academy Awards, winning one in competition and receiving one Lifetime Achievement award. He was a major MGM contract star. He also had a noted military career and was a World War II and Vietnam War veteran, who rose to the rank of Brigadier General in the United States Air Force Reserve.
James Maitland Stewart was born on May 20, 1908 in Indiana, Pennsylvania, the son of Elizabeth Ruth (née Jackson) and Alexander Maitland Stewart, who owned a hardware store. Stewart's parents were of Scottish descent and Presbyterians. His maternal ancestors served in the American Revolution, the War of 1812 and the American Civil War. The eldest of three children (he had two younger sisters, Virginia and Mary), he was expected to continue his father's business, which had been in the family for three generations. His mother was an excellent pianist but his father discouraged Stewart's request for lessons. But when his father accepted a gift of an accordion from a guest, young Stewart quickly learned to play the instrument, which became a fixture off-stage during his acting career. As the family grew, music continued to be an important part of family life.

Stewart attended Mercersburg Academy prep school, graduating in 1928. He was active in a variety of activities. He played on the football and track teams, was art editor of the KARUX yearbook, and a member of the choir club, glee club, and John Marshall Literary Society. During his first summer break, Stewart returned to his hometown to work as a brick loader for a local construction company and on highway and road construction jobs where he painted lines on the roads. Over the following two summers, he took a job as an assistant with a professional magician. He made his first appearance onstage at Mercersburg, as Buquet in the play The Wolves.

A shy child, Stewart spent much of his after-school time in the basement working on model airplanes, mechanical drawing and chemistry—all with a dream of going into aviation. But he abandoned visions of being a pilot when his father insisted that instead of the United States Naval Academy he attend Princeton University. Stewart enrolled at Princeton in 1928 as a member of the class of 1932. He excelled at studying architecture, so impressing his professors with his thesis on an airport design that he was awarded a scholarship for graduate studies; but he gradually became attracted to the school's drama and music clubs, including the Princeton Triangle Club. His acting and accordion talents at Princeton led him to be invited to the University Players, an intercollegiate summer stock company in West Falmouth, Massachusetts, on Cape Cod. The company had been organized in 1928 and would run until 1932, with Joshua Logan, Bretaigne Windust, and Charles Leatherbee as directors. Stewart performed in bit parts in the Players' productions in Cape Cod during the summer of 1932, after he graduated. The troupe had previously included Henry Fonda, who married Margaret Sullavan on Christmas Day 1931, while the players were in Baltimore, Maryland for an 18-week winter season. Sullavan, who had rejoined the Players in Baltimore in November 1931 at the close of the post-Broadway tour of A Modern Virgin, left the Players for good at the end of The Trial of Mary Dugan in Baltimore in March 1932. By the time Stewart joined the University Players on Cape Cod after his graduation from Princeton in 1932, Fonda and Sullavan's brief marriage had ended. Stewart and Fonda became great friends over the summer of 1932 when they shared an apartment with Joshua Logan and Myron McCormick. When Stewart came to New York at the end of the summer stock season, which had included the Broadway try-out of Goodbye Again, he shared an apartment with Fonda, who had by then finalized his divorce from Sullavan. Along with fellow University Players Alfred Dalrymple and Myron McCormick, Stewart debuted on Broadway as a chauffeur in the comedy Goodbye Again, in which he had two lines. The New Yorker noted, "Mr. James Stewart's chauffeur... comes on for three minutes and walks off to a round of spontaneous applause."

The play was a moderate success, but times were hard. Many Broadway theaters had been converted to movie houses and the Depression was reaching bottom. "From 1932 through 1934", Stewart later recalled, "I'd only worked three months. Every play I got into folded." By 1934, he had gotten more substantial stage roles, including the modest hit Page Miss Glory and his first dramatic stage role in Sidney Howard's Yellow Jack, which convinced him to continue his acting career. However, Stewart and Fonda, still roommates, were both struggling. In the fall of 1934, Fonda's success in The Farmer Takes a Wife took him to Hollywood. Finally, Stewart attracted the interest of MGM scout Bill Grady who saw Stewart on the opening night of Divided by Three, a glittering première with many luminaries in attendance, including Irving Berlin and Moss Hart and Fonda, who had returned to New York for the show. With Fonda's encouragement, Stewart agreed to take a screen test, after which he signed a contract with MGM in April 1935, as a contract player for up to seven years at $350 a week.
Stewart made four features with Margaret Sullavan, the second of which was The Shopworn Angel (1938)

Upon Stewart's arrival by train in Los Angeles, Fonda greeted him at the station and took him to Fonda's studio-supplied lodging, next door to Greta Garbo. Stewart's first job at the studio was as a participant in screen tests with newly arrived starlets. At first, he had trouble being cast in Hollywood films owing to his gangling looks and shy, humble screen presence. Aside from an unbilled appearance in a Shemp Howard comedy short called Art Trouble in 1934, his first film was the poorly received Spencer Tracy vehicle, The Murder Man (1935). Rose Marie (1936), an adaptation of a popular operetta, was more successful. After mixed success in films, he received his first substantial part in 1936's After the Thin Man.

On the romantic front, he found himself dating newly divorced Ginger Rogers. The romance soon cooled, however, and by chance Stewart encountered Margaret Sullavan again. Stewart found his footing in Hollywood thanks largely to Sullavan, who campaigned for Stewart to be her leading man in the 1936 romantic comedy Next Time We Love. She rehearsed extensively with him, having a noticeable effect on his confidence. She encouraged Stewart to feel comfortable with his unique mannerisms and boyish charm and use them naturally as his own style. Stewart was enjoying Hollywood life and had no regrets about giving up the stage, as he worked six days a week in the MGM factory. In 1936, he acquired big-time agent Leland Hayward, who would eventually marry Sullavan. Hayward started to chart Stewart's career, deciding the best path for him was through loan-outs to other studios.




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Barbara Welles Show - Guest - Jimmy Stewart 47-07-21
Bill Sterns Sports Newsreel 48-07-23 456 Jimmy Steward Subs
Bill Sterns Sports Newsreel 50-10-20 572-12th-Anniversary-Show
Bing Crosby Show 48-03-10 James Stewart
Bing Crosby Show 52-03-19 James Stewart
Bing Crosby Show 54-03-10 James Stewart
Bob Hope Show 530128 - The Road To Cactus Gulch With Jimmy Stewart
Cavalcade of America 45-11-12 Guy Who Had To Have A Horse
Chesterfield Show(49-52) 49-12-14 (013) Guest - Jimmy Stewart, Carole Richards
Family Theater 470213 Flight From Home
Good News 371223 Rosalie
Good News 371230 Guest Myrna Loy
Good News 380210 Guest Frank Morgan
Good News 390302 Guest - Joan Crawford
Guest Star 470828 Guest - Jimmy Stewart
Hollywood Hotel 36-12-18 One In a Million
Hollywood Star Playhouse 1952-04-13The Six Shooter
Jimmy's Stewart Biography
Lux Radio Theater 370614 Madame X
Lux Radio Theater 410210 The Moons Our Home
Lux Radio Theater 420720 Philadelphia Story
Lux Radio Theater 440918 Suspicion
Lux Radio Theater 451105 Destry Rides Again
Lux Radio Theater 470310 Its a Wonderful Life
Lux Radio Theater 471215 Magic Town
Lux Radio Theater 490829 June Bride
NBC University Theater 490508 The Red Badge of Courage
Plays For Americans 42-03-15 A Letter At Midnight
Radio Readers Digest 480318 One Way to Broadway
Red Cross Appeal 54-Bob Hope
Romance 45-11-20 No Time For Comedy
Screen Directors Playhouse 49-05-08 Its A Wonderful Life
Screen Directors Playhouse 49-12-09 Call North Side 777
Screen Directors Playhouse 50-01-06 Magic Town
Screen Directors Playhouse 51-03-29 The Next Time We Love
Screen Guild Theater 39-03-12 Tailored by Toni
Screen Guild Theater 40-02-11 Single Crossing
Screen Guild Theater 40-09-29 Shop Around the Corner
Screen Guild Theater 47-03-17 Philadelphia Story
Sealtest Theater - James Stewart Sealtest Variety Theater
Silver Theater 37-10-03 First Love Part 1
Silver Theater 37-10-10 First Love Part 2
Silver Theater 37-10-17 First Love Part 3
Silver Theater 37-10-24 First Love Part 4
Silver Theater 38-10-23 Up from the Darkness Part 1
Silver Theater 38-10-30 Up from the Darkness Part 2
Silver Theater 39-01-22 Misty Mountain Part 1
Silver Theater 39-01-29 Misty Mountain Part 2
Six Shooter Intro
Six Shooter on Hollywood Star Playhouse
SixShooter1953-09-20 Ep 01 Jenny
SixShooter1953-09-27 Ep 02 The Coward
SixShooter1953-10-04 Ep 03 The Stampede
SixShooter1953-10-11Ep 04 Silver Annie
SixShooter1953-10-18Ep 05 Rink Larkin
SixShooter1953-10-25Ep 06 Red Lawsons Revenge
SixShooter1953-11-01 Ep 07 Ben Scofield
SixShooter1953-11-08 Ep 08 The Capture Of Stacy Gault
SixShooter1953-11-15 Ep 09 Escape From Smoke Falls
SixShooter1953-11-22 Ep 10 Gabriel Starbuck
SixShooter1953-11-29 Ep 11 Sheriff Billy
SixShooter1953-12-06 Ep 12 A Pressing Engagement
SixShooter1953-12-13 Ep 13 More Than Kin
SixShooter1953-12-20 Ep 14 Britt Ponsets Christmas Carol
SixShooter1953-12-27 Ep 15 Cora Plummer Quincy
SixShooter1954-01-03 Ep 16 A Friend In Need
SixShooter1954-01-10 Ep 17 Hirams Goldstrike
SixShooter1954-01-17 Ep 18 The Silver Buckle
SixShooter1954-01-24 Ep 19 Helen Bricker
SixShooter1954-01-31 Ep 20 Trail To Sunset
SixShooter1954-02-07 Ep 21 Apron Faced Sorrel
SixShooter1954-02-14 Ep 22 Quiet City
SixShooter1954-02-21 Ep 23 Battle At Tower Rock
SixShooter1954-03-07 Ep 24 Cheyenne Express
SixShooter1954-03-14 Ep 25 Thicker Than Water
SixShooter1954-03-21 Ep 26 Duel At Lockwood
SixShooter1954-04-01 Ep 27 Aunt Ema
SixShooter1954-04-08 Ep 28 General Gillfords Widow
SixShooter1954-04-15Ep 29 Crisis At Easter Creek
SixShooter1954-04-22 Ep 30 Johnny Springer
SixShooter1954-04-29 Ep 31 Revenge At Harness Creek
SixShooter1954-05-06 Ep 32 Anna Norquest
SixShooter1954-05-13 Ep 33 The Double Seven
SixShooter1954-05-20 Ep 34 The Shooting Of Wyatt King
SixShooter1954-05-27 Ep 35 Blood Relations
SixShooter1954-06-03 Ep 36 Silver Threads
SixShooter1954-06-10 Ep 37 The New Sheriff
SixShooter1954-06-17 Ep 38 When The Shoe Doesnt Fit
SixShooter1954-06-24 Ep 39 Myra Barker
Suspense 490519 Consequence
Suspense 491201 Mission Completed
We Hold These Truths with James Stewart 41-12-15

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