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List of James Stewart Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
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It's a Wonderful Life
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A holiday classic, It's a Wonderful Life is a feel-good movie that centers around a man, George Bailey, who broken down by the troubles of life wishes that he was never born. An angel appears to show him how the life of the people around him would have been if that was true and how he is loved by all.

Role:
George Bailey
Starring:
Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore, Carl Switzer, Thomas Mitchell, Henry Travers
Directed By:
Frank Capra
2. Rear Window (1954)
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Rear Window
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18

Counted as one of Alfred Hitchcock's best movies, Rear Window is a mystery thriller that follows the observations of a wheelchair-bound man who suspects that a neighbor has murdered his wife and is disposing off the evidence. The movie was ranked no. 42 on AFI's 100 Years...100 Movies list. 

Role:
L.B. 'Jeff' Jefferies
Starring:
Directed By:
3. Vertigo (1958)
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Vertigo
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18

Based on Boileau-Narcejac's 1954 novel D'entre les morts, the movie follows a former cop - John Scottie Ferguson - who suffers from acrophobia and vertigo. Gavin Elster believes that his wife Madeleine is possessed and assigns Scottie the task of following her. Scottie saves her and the two fall in love. However, Madeleine, soon commits suicide leaving Scottie devastated.

Role:
John 'Scottie' Ferguson
Starring:
Barbara Bel Geddes, Alfred Hitchcock, Henry Jones, Kim Novak
Directed By:
4. Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939)
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Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
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8

An Idealized, young Jefferson Smith is selected to be a U.S. Senator and is being mentored by the socially revered Senator Joseph Paine. But, Paine is secretly crooked and is somewhat forced by political boss Jim Taylor to destroy Smith politically. Smith must survive the political onslaught. 

Role:
Jefferson Smith
Starring:
Jean Arthur, Claude Rains, Guy Kibbee, Edward Arnold
Directed By:
Frank Capra
5. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)
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5
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
24
5

While visiting frontier town Shinbone for old friend Tom Doniphon’s funeral, Senator Ransom Stoddard tells local journalist that years ago he had arrived there as a lawyer, and was assaulted by outlaw Liberty valance, but Doniphon had saved him. Later, Stoddard gets elected as representative while Valance continues to harass, so Stoddard confronts him with gun and becomes a legend. But what’s truth?

Role:
Ransom Stoddard
Starring:
John Wayne, Lee Marvin, Denver Pyle, John Carradine, Edmond O'Brien, Vera Miles
Directed By:
6. The Shop Around the Corner (1940)
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4
The Shop Around the Corner
17
4

Alfred Kralik and Klara Novak, the employees of a Budapest leather-goods store, can hardly tolerate each other and are always arguing. Kralik confides in a co-worker that he has entered into a secret correspondence with an anonymous girl, while Klara, too, is taken in by her unnamed letter-writing friend. Unbeknownst to both, they are the pen pals who have unknowingly fallen for each other.

 

Role:
Alfred Kralik
Starring:
Margaret Sullavan, Frank Morgan, Joseph Schildkraut, Sara Haden
Directed By:
Ernst Lubitsch
7. Anatomy of a Murder (1959)
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Anatomy of a Murder
24
5

This courtroom-drama film revolves around a Michigan lawyer, Paul Biegler, who takes the case of Army Lt. Manion who murders a local innkeeper after his wife claimed that he had raped her. 

Role:
Paul Biegler
Starring:
Lee Remick, Ben Gazzara, George C. Scott, Arthur O'Connell, Eve Arden
Directed By:
8. Harvey (1972)
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Harvey
10
4
Role:
Elwood P. Dowd
Starring:
Helen Hayes, Arlene Francis, Madeline Kahn, Marian Hailey, Dorothy Blackburn
Directed By:
Fielder Cook
9. Mr. Krueger's Christmas (1980)
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2
Mr. Krueger's Christmas
11
2
Role:
Mr. Krueger
Starring:
Beverly Rowland, Kamee Aliessa, Tamara Fowler, Tyson Lewis
Directed By:
Kieth Merrill
10. Rope (1948)
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Rope
35
9

Two brilliant college students, Brandon Shaw and Phillip Morgan, strangle fellow classmate David Kentley as an intellectual exercise to prove their superiority. They organize a party after hiding the body in an antique chest and invite people close to David, as well as their prep-school teacher Rupert Cadell, who unwittingly inspired them and now begins to suspect them.

Starring:
Alfred Hitchcock, Farley Granger, Dick Hogan, John Dall
Directed By:
11. The Philadelphia Story (1940)
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The Philadelphia Story
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5

This 1940 romantic comedy revolves around a socialite named Tracy, who has split from her husband Dexter, due to his drinking and her overly demanding nature. Just before she is about to wed George Kittredge, she crosses path again with Dexter as well as a reporter Macaulay, which makes her confused regarding her feelings for all three men. 

Role:
Macaulay Connor
Starring:
Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn, Ruth Hussey, John Howard
Directed By:
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role
12. Harvey (1950)
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7
Harvey
21
7
Starring:
Charles Drake, Cecil Kellaway, Jesse White, Wallace Ford
Directed By:
Henry Koster
13. You Can't Take It with You (1938)
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5
You Can't Take It with You
14
5

This Academy award-winning film features Tony Kirby, son of the snobbish Kirby family and his fiancée, stenographer Alice Sycamore, who hails from a friendly, eccentric family. When the two families meet, the pretentious Kirbys makes their disapproval very clear. Kirby Sr. is buying all properties to expand his business for the biggest possible deal, but Alice’s Grandpa Vanderof is holding out, adding to the existing clash. 

Role:
Tony Kirby
Starring:
Jean Arthur, Lionel Barrymore, Edward Arnold, Mischa Auer
Directed By:
Frank Capra
14. The Mortal Storm (1940)
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3
The Mortal Storm
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3
Role:
Martin Breitner
Starring:
Margaret Sullavan, Robert Stack, Frank Morgan, Robert Young
Directed By:
Frank Borzage
15. The Shootist (1976)
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4
The Shootist
PG
14
4

JB Brooks is a gunslinger who is on his deathbed. He wishes to die peacefully and with dignity. He is advised to stay in a boarding house, but problem ensues as his enemies are still lurking and seeking to put an end to his life.  

Role:
Dr. Hostetler
Starring:
Ron Howard, Scatman Crothers, Melody Thomas Scott, Lauren Bacall, John Wayne, John Carradine, Richard Boone
Directed By:
Don Siegel
16. Winchester '73 (1950)
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3
Winchester '73
12
3

This Western action drama film tells the story of Lin, who wins a rare rifle in a contest. However, his brother Henry steals it away. Lin sets off on a difficult journey to track him down and find him, in order to claim the rifle back.  Lin’s journey eventually brings him to Dodge City, Kansas.

Role:
Lin McAdam
Starring:
Shelley Winters, Tony Curtis, Rock Hudson, Dan Duryea
Directed By:
Anthony Mann
17. Destry Rides Again (1939)
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3
Destry Rides Again
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3

Bottleneck is a small town that is being ruled by Kent, a notorious gangster who has control over the local cattle ranchers as he had won a rigged game of cards. When the local sheriff asks too many questions regarding the game, Kent gets him killed. However, a legendary lawman named Tom Destry sends his daring son Tom Destry Jr. to save the town.

Role:
Tom Destry Jr.
Starring:
Marlene Dietrich, Charles Winninger, Brian Donlevy, Mischa Auer
Directed By:
George Marshall
18. After the Thin Man (1936)
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5
After the Thin Man
10
5
Role:
David Graham
Starring:
William Powell, Myrna Loy, Joseph Calleia, Elissa Landi
Directed By:
W.S. Van Dyke
19. The Flight of the Phoenix (1965)
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4
The Flight of the Phoenix
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4

The Flight of the Phoenix is a survival drama film which is based on a novel of the same name. It revolves around a small group of men who try to survive, after their aircraft is forced to land in the Sahara Desert. Things take a turn when one of the survivors says that he can build a new airplane from the wreckage.

Role:
Frank Towns
Starring:
Ernest Borgnine, Richard Attenborough, Peter Finch, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Hardy Krüger
Directed By:
Robert Aldrich
20. Right of Way (1983)
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3
Right of Way
8
3
Role:
Teddy Dwyer
Starring:
Bette Davis, Melinda Dillon, Priscilla Morrill, John Harkins
Directed By:
George Schaefer
21. The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)
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The Man Who Knew Too Much
TV-G
20
6

The Man Who Knew Too Much is a suspense thriller film, which revolves around an American family who were vacationing in French Morocco, only to be dragged into a huge conspiracy. 

Role:
Dr. Benjamin McKenna
Starring:
Doris Day, Carolyn Jones, Alfred Hitchcock, Bernard Miles, Brenda de Banzie
Directed By:
22. Call Northside 777 (1948)
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3
Call Northside 777
10
3
Role:
P.J. McNeal
Starring:
Lee J. Cobb, Richard Conte, Helen Walker, Betty Garde
Directed By:
Henry Hathaway
23. The Naked Spur (1953)
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3
The Naked Spur
14
3

Howard Kemp is a bounty hunter who has been tracking a murderer named Ben Vandergroat in order to bring him to justice. Eventually, he is forced to team up with two strangers who are not so trustworthy. They manage to catch Vandergroat, but on their way back, he tries to turn them against each other.

Role:
Howard Kemp
Starring:
Janet Leigh, Robert Ryan, Ralph Meeker, Millard Mitchell
Directed By:
Anthony Mann
24. The Man from Laramie (1955)
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3
The Man from Laramie
10
3
Role:
Will Lockhart
Starring:
Donald Crisp, Alex Nicol, Arthur Kennedy, Cathy O'Donnell
Directed By:
Anthony Mann
25. The Glenn Miller Story (1954)
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The Glenn Miller Story
11
3

The Glenn Miller Story is a biographical musical romantic drama film which tells the story of Glenn Miller, American composer and bandleader. Born in 1904, he had passed away in 1944, while flying over the English Channel during the Second World War.

Role:
Glenn Miller
Starring:
Marion Ross, Charles Drake, June Allyson, George Tobias, Harry Morgan
Directed By:
Anthony Mann
26. Shenandoah (1965)
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Shenandoah
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4

Charlie Anderson is a farmer in Virginia who refuses to take part in the American Civil War, as he wants to stay neutral. In addition, he is also unwilling to allow any of his six sons to join the army. However, he is forced to break his own rules, when his youngest son is taken prisoner.

Role:
Charlie
Starring:
Patrick Wayne, Katharine Ross, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Denver Pyle, Doug McClure, Rosemary Forsyth, Glenn Corbett
Directed By:
Andrew V. McLaglen
27. Bend of the River (1952)
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Bend of the River
10
3

Bend of the River is a western adventure film which tells the story of Glyn McLyntock and his friend Cole, who are leading a group of homesteaders from Missouri to Oregon. As winter nears, they establish a settlement outside Portland, and look for food supplies. Things take a turn when they soon learn about a gold mining camp nearby.

Role:
Glyn McLyntock
Starring:
Frances Bavier, Stepin Fetchit, Rock Hudson, Julie Adams, Jay C. Flippen, Arthur Kennedy
Directed By:
Anthony Mann
28. Broken Arrow (1950)
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3
Broken Arrow
12
3
Role:
Tom Jeffords
Starring:
Will Geer, Basil Ruysdael, Jeff Chandler, Debra Paget
Directed By:
Delmer Daves
29. The Spirit of St. Louis (1957)
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3
The Spirit of St. Louis
12
3
Role:
Charles Augustus 'Slim' Lindbergh
Starring:
Murray Hamilton, Patricia Smith, Bartlett Robinson, Marc Connelly
Directed By:
30. The Far Country (1954)
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3
The Far Country
9
3

After hearing about the Klondike Gold Rush, Jeff Webster and his friend Ben Tatem drives a herd of cattle to Dawson City, Yukon, hoping to make some profit. However, on the way, his herd is confiscated by a lawman named Judge Gannon.

Role:
Jeff Webster
Starring:
Walter Brennan, Ruth Roman, John McIntire, Corinne Calvet
Directed By:
Anthony Mann
31. No Highway (1951)
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3
No Highway
10
3
Role:
Theodore Honey
Starring:
Marlene Dietrich, Jack Hawkins, Glynis Johns, Janette Scott
Directed By:
Henry Koster
32. Vivacious Lady (1938)
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3
Vivacious Lady
7
3

During a visit to Manhattan, botany professor Peter Morgan Jr. and nightclub singer Francey fall in love at first sight and get married the next day. Returning home, he is unsure about how to break the news to his authoritarian, conservative father, who, he knows wouldn’t approve. The newlyweds barely get any time together and their secret leads to many humorous situations.

Role:
Jr. Peter Morgan
Starring:
Ginger Rogers, Hattie McDaniel, Beulah Bondi, Charles Coburn, James Ellison
Directed By:
George Stevens
33. The Stratton Story (1949)
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4
The Stratton Story
8
4
Role:
Monty Stratton
Starring:
Agnes Moorehead, June Allyson, Frank Morgan, Bill Williams
Directed By:
Sam Wood
34. Seventh Heaven (1937)
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4
Seventh Heaven
7
4
Role:
Chico
Starring:
Gale Sondergaard, Jean Hersholt, Simone Simon, Gregory Ratoff
Directed By:
Henry King
35. How the West Was Won (1962)
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4
How the West Was Won
TV-G
14
4

How the West Was Won is an epic Western film which takes us to the 19th century, and covers several events such as the Gold Rush, the Civil War, as well as the building of the railroads.

Starring:
Gregory Peck, Richard Widmark, Walter Brennan, Carroll Baker, Debbie Reynolds, George Peppard, Eli Wallach
Directed By:
36. Wife vs. Secretary (1936)
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4
Wife vs. Secretary
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4

Van Stanhope is a hard-working executive who is happily married to a beautiful woman named Linda. However, Linda’s friends warn her that her husband may be having an affair with Whitey, his secretary, who is extremely good-looking. Even Van’s mother is worried, as his father was unfaithful to her. During a trip to Havana, Linda begins to feel that the rumors might be actually true.

Starring:
Jean Harlow, Clark Gable, Myrna Loy, May Robson, George Barbier
Directed By:
Clarence Brown
37. Come Live with Me (1941)
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4
Come Live with Me
7
4
Role:
Bill Smith
Starring:
Hedy Lamarr, Ian Hunter, Verree Teasdale, Donald Meek
Directed By:
Clarence Brown
38. It's a Wonderful World (1939)
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4
It's a Wonderful World
10
4
Role:
Guy Johnson
Starring:
Claudette Colbert, Guy Kibbee, Nat Pendleton, Frances Drake
Directed By:
W.S. Van Dyke
39. Carbine Williams (1952)
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4
Carbine Williams
10
4
Role:
Marsh Williams
Starring:
James Arness, Paul Stewart, Jean Hagen, Carl Benton Reid, Wendell Corey
Directed By:
Richard Thorpe
40. The Shopworn Angel (1938)
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4
The Shopworn Angel
6
4

During WWI, a youthful Texan soldier Bill Pettigrew gets knocked down by Broadway revue star Daisy Heath’s car. As he boasts to his friends about Daisy being his date, she agrees to play along. But her rich boyfriend and show’s financier Sam Baily doesn’t approve. When Bill’s unit is being sent to France, he decides to propose to Daisy. Will she accept?

Role:
Bill Pettigrew
Starring:
Margaret Sullavan, Hattie McDaniel, Walter Pidgeon, Nat Pendleton
Directed By:
H.C. Potter
41. General Electric's All-Star Anniversary (1978)
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4
General Electric's All-Star Anniversary
6
4
Starring:
Albert Brooks, James Whitmore, Lucille Ball, Henry Fonda, John Wayne, Alex Haley
42. Of Human Hearts (1938)
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5
Of Human Hearts
6
5

Ethan Wilkins is a poor, honest preacher, whose son Jason dreams of becoming a doctor. Jason continuously asks his mother for money to pay for his fancy things and education, which she willingly does. He earns fame during the Civil War; however, he forgets all about his mother who struggles with poverty after Ethan’s death. Will Jason ever realize his mistake? 

Role:
Jason Wilkins
Starring:
Sterling Holloway, Walter Huston, John Carradine, Beulah Bondi, Charles Coburn, Guy Kibbee
Directed By:
Clarence Brown
43. Bell Book and Candle (1958)
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4
Bell Book and Candle
13
4

Bell Book and Candle is a romantic fantasy comedy film which tells the story of Gillian, a modern-day-witch who takes a liking to a good-looking man named Henderson. Since she dislikes his fiancée, she casts a spell on him, so that he would fall in love with her instead. Soon, her infatuation for Henderson turns into love, and she feels guilty for her actions.

Role:
Shepherd 'Shep' Henderson
Starring:
Jack Lemmon, Elsa Lanchester, Ernie Kovacs, Kim Novak, Hermione Gingold
Directed By:
Richard Quine
44. Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation (1962)
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3
Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation
10
3
Role:
Roger Hobbs
Starring:
Maureen O'Hara, Fabian, Lauri Peters, Lili Gentle
Directed By:
Henry Koster
45. The Cheyenne Social Club (1970)
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3
The Cheyenne Social Club
PG
11
3
Role:
John O'Hanlan
Starring:
Henry Fonda, Shirley Jones, Sue Ane Langdon, Elaine Devry
Directed By:
46. Firecreek (1968)
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3
Firecreek
7
3
Role:
Johnny Cobb
Starring:
Inger Stevens, Henry Fonda, Dean Jagger, Gary Lockwood
Directed By:
Vincent McEveety
47. The Last Gangster (1937)
6
3
The Last Gangster
6
3

Infamous crime-lord Joe Krozac’s son is born after he is jailed for 10 years for tax evasion. A kind reporter, Paul North, writes compassionately about Krozac’s harassed wife Talya, and loses his job in the bargain. Shocked by Krozac’s vicious behavior, Talya divorces him and marries North. Released from the jail, Krozac is impatient to avenge his ex-wife, and take back his son.  

Role:
Paul North
Starring:
Edward G. Robinson, John Carradine, Lionel Stander, Rose Stradner, Douglas Scott
Directed By:
Edward Ludwig
48. Rose-Marie (1936)
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3
Rose-Marie
6
3

The movie was one of the three adaptations of a Broadway musical of the same name. Two people—opera star, Marie, and  a Canadian mounted police officer, Sergeant Bruce—are looking for the same person—John Flower, a prisoner who escaped his jail and is now in need for some money to leave the country. During their journey, the two fall in love with each other.

Role:
John Flower
Starring:
David Niven, Reginald Owen, Jeanette MacDonald, Nelson Eddy
Directed By:
W.S. Van Dyke
49. The Jackpot (1950)
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3
The Jackpot
7
3

Based on real-life incidence, the film follows family man, Bill Lawrence, who wins a radio quiz with $24,000-worth of prizes, which include a Palomino pony, a ton of beef, an interior decorator, a portrait painter, among other things. If that’s not enough, he has to pay unaffordable taxes on the prizes, while his wife suspects an affair between him and portrait painter.  

Role:
William J. 'Bill' Lawrence
Starring:
Natalie Wood, Barbara Hale, Fred Clark, Alan Mowbray
Directed By:
Walter Lang
50. You Gotta Stay Happy (1948)
6
3
You Gotta Stay Happy
6
3

A New York heiress known for breaking several engagements develops cold feet on her wedding day; but is finally persuaded to tie the knot. However, she panics at night and runs away from her honeymoon suit, taking refuge in the adjoining room, occupied by a World War II veteran running a startup air-freight business on shoe string budget.

Role:
Marvin Payne
Starring:
Eddie Albert, Joan Fontaine, Roland Young, Willard Parker
Directed By:
H.C. Potter
51. Two Rode Together (1961)
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3
Two Rode Together
8
3

Guthrie is a corrupt Marshall who is pressured by his army friend into negotiating the release of several white prisoners of the Comanches, as the Army is also under pressure from their relatives. However, it soon seems that reintegrating them into society won’t be so easy.  

Role:
Marshal Guthrie McCabe
Starring:
Richard Widmark, Andy Devine, Shirley Jones, Linda Cristal
Directed By:
52. Cheyenne Autumn (1964)
9
3
Cheyenne Autumn
9
3
Starring:
Sal Mineo, Edward G. Robinson, Richard Widmark, Patrick Wayne, Carroll Baker, John Carradine, Denver Pyle
Directed By:
53. Ziegfeld Girl (1941)
8
3
Ziegfeld Girl
8
3
Role:
Gilbert Young
Starring:
Hedy Lamarr, Judy Garland, Lana Turner, Jackie Cooper, Tony Martin
Directed By:
Robert Z. Leonard, Busby Berkeley
54. Born to Dance (1936)
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4
Born to Dance
7
4

On his holiday, a sailor named Ted falls for a young woman Nora who aspires to become a Broadway dancer. Things however get complicated when another woman named Lucy, an already established Broadway star. is also attracted to him. After Nora spots a picture of Ted and Lucy in the newspaper, she refuses to have any more contact with Ted.

Role:
Ted Barker
Starring:
Buddy Ebsen, Una Merkel, Sid Silvers, Eleanor Powell, Virginia Bruce
Directed By:
Roy Del Ruth
55. Small Town Girl (1936)
6
4
Small Town Girl
6
4

Bored with her life, Katherine Brannan decides to marry prominent surgeon Robert Dakin after a drunken night out. But Robert is engaged to socialite Priscilla Kelly. To avoid a scandal, Robert and Katherine decide to pretend to be married for six months and then divorce quietly. They end up falling in love but Priscilla complicates matters. 

Starring:
Janet Gaynor, Robert Taylor, Lewis Stone, Andy Devine, Elizabeth Patterson
Directed By:
William A. Wellman, Robert Z. Leonard
56. Navy Blue and Gold (1937)
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4
Navy Blue and Gold
6
4

Navy, Blue and Gold is a sports drama film, which tells the story of three young men, who share a common fondness for football. They become roommates at a US Naval Academy. However, one of them is hiding his identity as the son of an unfairly disgraced ex-Navy soldier.  

Role:
John Cross Carter
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Billie Burke, Florence Rice, Robert Young
Directed By:
Sam Wood
57. The Greatest Show on Earth (1952)
10
4
The Greatest Show on Earth
10
4

The Greatest Show on Earth is a drama film which revolves around the lives of a clown, an elephant trainer and trapeze artists, who work in a circus.      

Starring:
Charlton Heston, Bob Hope, Cecil B. DeMille, Bing Crosby, Gloria Grahame, Betty Hutton
Directed By:
58. Night Passage (1957)
6
3
Night Passage
6
3
Role:
Grant McLaine
Starring:
Dan Duryea, Audie Murphy, Dianne Foster, Elaine Stewart
Directed By:
James Neilson
59. Malaya (1949)
6
3
Malaya
6
3

Right after the USA enters World War II, reporter John Royer secures the release of and enlists the help of his friend Carnaghan to smuggle much-needed rubber out of Japanese controlled Malaya. With a dangerous Japanese commander Tomura in pursuit, Royer and Carnaghan involve an old associate The Dutchman to help them.

Role:
John Royer
Starring:
Spencer Tracy, Lionel Barrymore, John Hodiak, Sydney Greenstreet, Valentina Cortese
Directed By:
Richard Thorpe
60. Bandolero! (1968)
6
3
Bandolero!
GP
6
3
Role:
Mace Bishop
Starring:
Raquel Welch, Dean Martin, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Denver Pyle, Andrew Prine, George Kennedy
Directed By:
Andrew V. McLaglen
61. The FBI Story (1959)
7
3
The FBI Story
7
3
Role:
John Michael 'Chip' Hardesty
Starring:
Adam West, Vera Miles, Murray Hamilton, Larry Pennell
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
62. Thunder Bay (1953)
7
3
Thunder Bay
7
3
Role:
Steve
Starring:
Joanne Dru, Dan Duryea, Gilbert Roland, Jay C. Flippen
Directed By:
Anthony Mann
63. Fools' Parade (1971)
6
3
Fools' Parade
GP
6
3

Mattie Appleyard is released after spending 40 years in the prison, during which time he has earned over $25,000. He and 2 other ex-convicts plan to open a store and lead a decent life. But prison Captain ‘Doc’ Council conspires with banker Grindstaff, and plots to cheat Mattie of his money, thus forcing the three to revert back to their old ways.

Role:
Mattie Appleyard
Starring:
Anne Baxter, Kurt Russell, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, George Kennedy, Strother Martin
Directed By:
Andrew V. McLaglen
64. Next Time We Love (1936)
5
3
Next Time We Love
5
3

Next Time we Love is a romantic comedy film, which tells the story of a young married couple Christopher and Cicely. Their relationship is affected when Christopher is assigned overseas as a foreign correspondent and Cicely achieves stardom. Meanwhile, their friend Tommy, who secretly loves Cicely, tries to get close to her. 

Role:
Christopher Tyler
Starring:
Ray Milland, Hattie McDaniel, Margaret Sullavan, Grant Mitchell, Robert McWade
Directed By:
Edward H. Griffith
65. Magic Town (1947)
8
3
Magic Town
8
3
Role:
Rip Smith
Starring:
Jane Wyman, Kent Smith, Wallace Ford, Ned Sparks
Directed By:
William A. Wellman
66. Winning Your Wings (1942)
5
3
Winning Your Wings
5
3

The motivating short film is aimed at encouraging young men to join American Army Air Force. Narrator James Stewart, actor and a Lieutenant in the Air Force, discusses prospects and various aspects such as the officer positions required for B-17 Bombers, and other ground support positions to be recruited. He explains the prerequisites for recruitment and training, also pay and other benefits. 

Role:
Himself
Starring:
Charles Drake, Don DeFore, Jean Ames, Leah Baird
Directed By:
67. Made for Each Other (1939)
7
4
Made for Each Other
7
4

Made for Each Other is a romantic comedy drama film which tells the story of John Mason, a young lawyer, who meets a woman named Jane, and instantly finds himself falling for her. Although he barely knows her, he gets married to her the next day. However, things don’t go as expected when his mother disapproves of Jane. Things get even more difficult when they end up having a baby.

Role:
John Horace Mason
Starring:
Carole Lombard, Charles Coburn, Lucile Watson, Eddie Quillan
Directed By:
John Cromwell
68. Strategic Air Command (1955)
8
3
Strategic Air Command
8
3
Role:
Lt. Col. Robert 'Dutch' Holland
Starring:
June Allyson, Barry Sullivan, Alex Nicol, Frank Lovejoy
Directed By:
Anthony Mann
69. The Rare Breed (1966)
7
3
The Rare Breed
7
3
Role:
Burnett
Starring:
Brian Keith, Don Galloway, Maureen O'Hara, Juliet Mills
Directed By:
Andrew V. McLaglen
70. Take Her, She's Mine (1963)
6
3
Take Her, She's Mine
6
3

Over-protective father, Frank Michaelson, reluctantly sends his young daughter Mollie to Paris, to study arts. Unfortunately, when Mollie informs him of her new lover artist Henri Bonnet and all her cultural experiences, Frank rushes to Paris which leads to humorous outcomes.  

Role:
Frank Michaelson
Starring:
Sandra Dee, Bob Denver, James Brolin, Jim Nabors, Audrey Meadows, Robert Morley, Philippe Forquet
Directed By:
Henry Koster
71. No Time for Comedy (1940)
6
3
No Time for Comedy
6
3

Gaylord is a reporter who starts writing plays. After his most recent hit, he meets Amanda Swift at a party. She feels that his talents are being wasted in writing comedies, and urges him to write a tragedy about immortality. Soon, Gaylord finds himself attracted to Amanda, and divorces his wife Linda. However, after his play turns out to be unintentionally funny, Amanda leaves him.

Role:
Gaylord Esterbrook
Starring:
Rosalind Russell, Charles Ruggles, Genevieve Tobin, Allyn Joslyn
Directed By:
William Keighley
72. The Mountain Road (1960)
5
3
The Mountain Road
5
3
Role:
Maj. Baldwin
Starring:
Lisa Lu, Harry Morgan, Frank Silvera, Glenn Corbett
Directed By:
Daniel Mann
73. Dear Brigitte (1965)
7
3
Dear Brigitte
7
3
Role:
Professor Robert Leaf
Starring:
Brigitte Bardot, James Brolin, Fabian, Glynis Johns, Cindy Carol, Bill Mumy
Directed By:
Henry Koster
74. Sentimental Journey (1976)
5
3
Sentimental Journey
5
3
Role:
Joe - the Old Pilot
Starring:
Joseph Gallison, Don Mullin, Bob La Torra, Judy Huff
Directed By:
Ferde Grofé Jr.
75. Pot o' Gold (1941)
5
3
Pot o' Gold
5
3
Role:
Jimmy Haskell
Starring:
Art Carney, Paulette Goddard, Charles Winninger, Horace Heidt, Mary Gordon
Directed By:
George Marshall
76. On Our Merry Way (1948)
4
3
On Our Merry Way
4
3

On Our Merry Way is a slapstick comedy film revolving around Oliver, who has lied to wife about being a reporter in a newspaper, though he is actually a clerk there. 

Role:
Slim
Starring:
Charles Laughton, Fred MacMurray, Paulette Goddard, Carl Switzer, Henry Fonda
Directed By:
77. Speed (1936)
4
3
Speed
4
3
Role:
Terry Martin
Starring:
Una Merkel, Wendy Barrie, Weldon Heyburn, Ted Healy
Directed By:
Edwin L. Marin
78. Airport '77 (1977)
7
4
Airport '77
PG
7
4

A group of art thieves hijack a Boeing 747 carrying a collection of priceless works of art. Due to circumstances, however, the plane hits an oil rig, after which it crashes into the sea, which leads the passengers and crew to fight for their survival.

Role:
Philip Stevens
Starring:
Lee Grant, Olivia de Havilland, Christopher Lee, George Harris Kennedy, Jr, Jack Lemmon, Brenda Vaccaro, Joseph Cotten
Directed By:
Jerry Jameson
79. The Big Sleep (1978)
8
4
The Big Sleep
R
8
4
Starring:
Robert Mitchum, Richard Todd, Sir John Mills, Joan Collins, Edward Fox, Oliver Reed, Richard Boone
Directed By:
Michael Winner
80. The Gorgeous Hussy (1936)
4
3
The Gorgeous Hussy
4
3

This historical fiction based on Samuel Hopkins Adams 1934 novel - The Gorgeous Hussy - centres around Peggy Eaton, an inn keeper’s daughter, who works her way up and gains influence in the White House during the tenure of President Andrew Jackson. The friendship generates huge controversy and results in trouble for both.

Role:
'Rowdy' Dow
Starring:
Joan Crawford, Lionel Barrymore, Robert Taylor, Franchot Tone
Directed By:
Clarence Brown
81. The Magic of Lassie (1978)
4
3
The Magic of Lassie
G
4
3

Lassie, a sensitive and affectionate dog, is taken away to Colorado by a businessman after her owner’s grandfather refuses to sell him vineyards. Lassie must now find her way back home, for which she will have to run all the way from Colorado to California. However, the road is full of obstacles.   

Starring:
Mickey Rooney, Pernell Roberts, Alice Faye, Gene Evans
Directed By:
Don Chaffey
82. The Ice Follies of 1939 (1939)
4
3
The Ice Follies of 1939
4
3

Talented ice-skater Larry Hall falls for and marries inexpert Mary McKay, thus jeopardizing his career. Mary gets a film contract which forbids her to marry, so they keep their marriage a secret. When Mary becomes a star, out-of-work Larry goes to New York to produce ice follicles show which is a huge success. Will their careers allow them a life of togetherness? 

Role:
Larry Hall
Starring:
Joan Crawford, Carl Switzer, Lewis Stone, Lew Ayres, Ice Follies The International
Directed By:
Reinhold Schünzel
83. Tomorrow's Drivers (1954)
3
3
Tomorrow's Drivers
3
3
Role:
The Story Teller
Starring:
Charles C. Bernstein, Haskel Welch, Thelma Bennett
84. Afurika monogatari (1980)
3
3
Afurika monogatari
3
3
Role:
Old Man
Starring:
Kathy, Philip Sayer, Heekura Simba, Eleonora Vallone
Directed By:
Susumu Hani, Simon Trevor
85. Screen Snapshots Series 17, No. 12 (1938)
6
3
Screen Snapshots Series 17, No. 12
6
3
Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Jean Arthur, Frank Capra, Charles Ruggles, James Gleason
Directed By:
Ralph Staub

TV Shows

The Jack Benny Program
18
3
The Jack Benny Program
18
3
Starring:
Humphrey Bogart, Liberace, Marilyn Monroe, Sean Connery, Oscar Levant, Kirk Douglas, Jackie Gleason
Directed By:
Frederick De Cordova, Ralph Levy, Norman Abbott, Seymour Berns, Don Weis
Lux Playhouse
8
2
Lux Playhouse
8
2
Starring:
John Forsythe, Rod Taylor, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Anne Baxter, Jane Wyman, Alice Backes, Charles Keane
Directed By:
John Brahm, James Stewart, Jules Bricken, Peter Tewksbury
North and South, Book II
36
9
North and South, Book II
36
9
Starring:
Jean Simmons, Bryan Cranston, Robert Englund, Forest Whitaker, Lloyd Bridges, Hal Holbrook, David Carradine
Directed By:
Kevin Connor
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars
9
2
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars
9
2
Starring:
Vincent Price, Burt Reynolds, Charles Bronson, Mary Tyler Moore, James Dean, Rory Calhoun, Jeanne Crain
Directed By:
Hawkins
8
2
Hawkins
8
2
Role:
Billy Jim Hawkins
Starring:
Bonnie Bedelia, Sam Elliott, Teresa Wright, Strother Martin
Directed By:
Paul Wendkos, Jud Taylor, Jeff Corey
Awards:
Golden Globe Award for Best TV Actor - Drama
Alcoa Premiere
7
2
Alcoa Premiere
7
2
Starring:
Telly Savalas, Bobby Troup, Fred Astaire, Joyce Bulifant, Jane Wyatt, Elizabeth Montgomery, William Shatner
Directed By:
The Jimmy Stewart Show
8
3
The Jimmy Stewart Show
8
3
Role:
Prof. James K. Howard / ...
Starring:
Mary Wickes, Julie Adams, Jonathan Daly, Ellen Geer, Dennis Larson
Directed By:
Christian Nyby, Ezra Stone, Hal Kanter
General Electric Theater
7
3
General Electric Theater
7
3
Starring:
Keenan Wynn, Mel Blanc, Amanda Blake, Bob Crane, Alan Young, Eva Marie Saint, Irene Dunne
Directed By:
Startime
6
3
Startime
6
3
Starring:
George Burns, Nanette Fabray, Rex Harrison, Jack Benny, Gracie Allen, Sydney Pollack, Bobby Darin

Narrator/Dubbing

Lux Playhouse
13
3
Lux Playhouse
13
3
Role:
 Narrator 1 episode, 1959
Starring:
John Forsythe, Rod Taylor, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Anne Baxter, Jane Wyman, Alice Backes, Charles Keane
Directed By:
John Brahm, James Stewart, Jules Bricken, Peter Tewksbury
10,000 Kids and a Cop (1948)
10
4
10,000 Kids and a Cop
10
4
Role:
Introductory Narration
Starring:
Lou Costello, Bud Abbott, William Bendix, Brenda Joyce
Directed By:
Charles Barton

Animation Movies

An American Tail: Fievel Goes West (1991)
10
5
An American Tail: Fievel Goes West
G
10
5

This animated adventure musical film tells the story of a family of mice who is lured by the false promises of a smooth-talking cat, after which they set out on a journey towards the West.

Role:
Wylie (voice)
Starring:
Amy Irving, John Cleese, Nehemiah Persoff, Phillip Glasser, Erica Yohn
Directed By:
Simon Wells, Phil Nibbelink

Special Appearance/Cameo

The Murder Man (1935)
15
7
The Murder Man
15
7

Steve Grey, a famous New York, reporter pins the murder of corrupt businessman, Halford, on Halford’s partner, Henry Mander, who is sentenced to death. When Steve’s editor asks him to get an interview with Mander, the real truth comes out. 

Role:
'Shorty'
Starring:
Spencer Tracy, Robert Barrat, Harvey Stephens, Virginia Bruce
Directed By:
Tim Whelan
Art Trouble (1934)
7
4
Art Trouble
7
4

Art Trouble is a comedy short film which tells the story of two brothers, who are ordered by their parents to go to Paris to study art, although they have other interests. Therefore, they decide to hire two house painters instead to go in their place. Things get complicated after the impostors win an art contest.

Role:
Jack Burton (uncredited)
Starring:
Mary Wickes, Shemp Howard, Beatrice Blinn, Harry Gribbon, Leni Stengel
Directed By:
Ralph Staub
Important News (1936)
7
4
Important News
7
4

Important News is a drama short film which tells the story of an editor of a newspaper in a small-town, who is having trouble choosing a story headlining the newspaper. He is not sure whether he should include mundane local events, or a sensational crime story.

Role:
Cornelius 'Corn' Stevens (uncredited)
Starring:
Charles 'Chic' Sale, Granville Bates, Billy Dooley, Al Herman
Directed By:
Edwin Lawrence

James Stewart Awards

Academy Awards
The Philadelphia Story Best Actor in a Leading Role 1941
Golden Globe Awards
Hawkins Best TV Actor - Drama 1974