The Golden Age of Hollywood

Everyone can find a fault with the IMDb.Millions of pieces of data for every film, and actor covering over one hundred years.I'm even on it.But you would think for one of the greatest actors of the twentieth century,they would try to keep it accurate.Case in point is the last two entries for james stewart as an actor.For feb.of 1991 they list jimmy for the series,my secret identity episode 17 of the third season. Jimmy's last entry as an actor is goof troop with it entitled E +mc goofy.Jimmy is not in my secret identity.For goof troop,their is a cartoon character the old owner of space headquarters that does effect a jimmy stewart resonance.But it is not jimmy.This jimmy impersonation picks up the beat a tad the way jimmy sounded at age 65.Jimmy's voice in 1992 was deeper and slower the way it sounded for fievel goes west.So jimmy's last on camera acting was north and south book 2.Fievel his last acting using his voice.A cambell soup commercial would have followed.I can not believe that jim's twin daughters don't take IMDb to task.But they can't patrol the internet checking for mistakes about there father.I might have to have the mistakes eliminated myself.Had gloria lived on,she could have persauded jimmy to do more voice over work.But with her gone,he withdrew into his home and stayed there.

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