Category Archives: Jimmy Stewart Project

Jimmy Stewart Blogathon: The Naked Spur (Mann, 1953)

This post is part of the James Stewart Blogathon hosted by the Classic Film & TV Cafe. You can view the complete blogathon schedule here. Thanks so much for hosting! My home state of Colorado has played host to many … Continue reading

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Jimmy Stewart Project: Next Time We Love (Griffith, 1936)

It’s been a while since I’ve seen a new Jimmy Stewart film (sad, I know). I recently picked up the James Stewart Screen Legends Collection (Amazon link) which included a handful of movies still on my list to see, as … Continue reading

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Dynamic Duos In Classic Film: Jimmy Stewart and Henry Fonda

This post is a part of the Dynamic Duos In Classic Film Blogathon, hosted by Once Upon a Screen and Classic Movie Hub. There have been many famous friendships in Hollywood, and one of the longest and most cited is … Continue reading

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A Jimmy Stewart Happy Birthday Shout Out

It’s still May 20th here, at least for forty more minutes. I’d be a bad Jimmy fan if I didn’t wish my favorite actor a hearty happy birthday. Today also marks the second year of this blog, and I’m so … Continue reading

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2011 in Film (Or, How I Spent a Good Chunk of My Life)

Sometime around the beginning of last year, I decided to keep track of the movies I watched throughout the year. I probably missed a few in the those first months of the year, but I went back and added what … Continue reading

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My Essentials: It’s A Wonderful Life (Capra, 1946)

It’s A Wonderful Life was the first movie that made me cry. I’m sure that sounds slightly cliché because I bet tons of people sob their way through the Christmas Eve showing every year, but it was significant to me … Continue reading

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And That’s 50!

I apologize for the lack of posts. Between the grad school and internship applications I’m pretty swamped as far as writing time goes. There’s actually been less time for watching movies as well, but I keep recording them, leading the … Continue reading

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