The Jimmy Stewart Project

Here are the films that I have watched so far:

The Murder Man (Whelan, 1935)

Rose Marie (Van Dyke, 1936)

Next Time We Love (Griffith, 1936)

Small Town Girl (Wellman, 1936)

Speed (Marin, 1936)

The Gorgeous Hussy (Brown, 1936)

Born To Dance (Del Ruth, 1936)

After the Thin Man (Van Dyke, 1936)

The Last Gangster (Ludwig, 1937)

Navy Blue and Gold (Wood, 1937)

Of Human Hearts (Brown, 1938)

Vivacious Lady (Stevens, 1938)

The Shopworn Angel (Potter, 1938)

You Can’t Take It With You (Capra, 1938)

Ice Follies of 1939 (Schünzel, 1939)

It’s A Wonderful World (Van Dyke, 1939)

Mr. Smith Goes To Washington (Capra, 1939)

Destry Rides Again (Marshall, 1939)

The Shop Around the Corner (Lubitsch, 1940)

The Mortal Storm (Borzage, 1940)

No Time For Comedy (Keighley, 1940)

The Philadelphia Story (Cukor, 1940)

Come Live With Me (Brown, 1941)

Pot O’Gold (Marshall, 1941)

Ziegfeld Girl (Leonard/Berkeley, 1941)

It’s A Wonderful Life (Capra, 1946)

Call Northside 777 (Hathaway, 1948)

On Our Merry Way (Fenton/Vidor/Huston/Stevens, 1948)

Rope (Hitchcock, 1948)

The Stratton Story (Wood, 1949)

Winchester ’73 (Mann, 1950)

Broken Arrow (Daves, 1950)

Harvey (Koster, 1950)

No Highway In the Sky (Koster, 1951)

Bend of the River (Mann, 1952)

The Naked Spur (Mann, 1953)

The Glenn Miller Story (Mann, 1953)

Rear Window (Hitchcock, 1954)

The Far Country (Mann, 1954)

Strategic Air Command (Mann, 1955)

The Man from Laramie (Mann, 1955)

The Man Who Knew Too Much (Hitchcock, 1956)

The Spirit of St. Louis (Wilder, 1957)

Night Passage (Neilson, 1957)

Vertigo (Hitchcock, 1958)

Bell, Book and Candle (Quine, 1958)

Two Rode Together (Ford, 1961)

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (Ford, 1962)

Mr. Hobbs Takes A Vacation (Koster, 1962)

How the West Was Won (Hathaway, 1962)

The Rare Breed (McLaglen, 1966)

Firecreek (McEveety, 1968)

Bandolero! (McLaglen, 1968)

The Cheyenne Social Club (Kelly, 1970)

The Shootist (Siegel, 1976)

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