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Fans of Jimmy "Aw, Shucks" Stewart.


Fans of Jimmy "Aw, Shucks" Stewart.

The stutter, the everyman, the brilliant actor. If you're even a mild fan of the man or love catching IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE every Christmastime, join in. Discussions aren't just welcome, they're encouraged.

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Favorite Stewart Comedy

Started by M.T. Fisher. Last reply by M.T. Fisher Aug 20. 2 Replies

What is your Favorite western of Stewart's?

Started by M.T. Fisher. Last reply by M.T. Fisher Aug 17. 14 Replies

Jimmy and the IMDb

Started by raymie Sep 25, 2010. 0 Replies

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Comment by Roger L. Schoolcraft on June 22, 2008 at 3:16pm
Hi, guys. I've always liked Jimmy. I have just about all of his westerns and got that DVD box set of his that came out about a year ago. Heck, I even remember watching his sitcom that, alas, only lasted one season.
Comment by Rosie Sayer on June 22, 2008 at 5:10am
Good idea for a group, Ilsa! I love Jimmy Stewart, but then, who doesn't? My latest trivia question on the Screwball Comedies page is about Harvey, one of my favorite films. In the documentary that came with the film, Stewart relates that everywhere he went, people would ask him how Harvey was. He said that some of them really seemed to believe in Harvey, and he just played along.
Comment by M.T. Fisher on June 21, 2008 at 3:24pm
In the early 1980s, I was collecting autographs from stars of the Golden Age. Well, Jimmy Stewart was one of those who wrote me back, enclosing an inscribed 3x5 card, and he thanked me. He THANKED me! This man, who served our country in WWII, gave us countless hours of entertainment, and then took the time to answer me, *thanked* me.

I've never forgotten that, and it hangs proudly on the wall in my study. There are a lot of movie fan buddies who keep asking if they're in my will, and alas, I've already designated it to someone.

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