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Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

A long time ago, in an America far far away…

A gifted director made a film about a greedy, imperial machine that was threatening freedom, and wielding its power over the innocent, the helpless, and the downtrodden. 1,000 more words

Films

And the Oscar Goes to...The Greatest Show on Earth

There’s romance, crime, thrills, laughs, and fun under the big top in this drama by director Cecil B. DeMille and starring Betty Hutton, Cornel Wilde, Charleston Heston, and Jimmy Stewart. 33 more words

Film Review

A Note From The Playwright

I was asked by an ACAP member to think about doing a show about baseball, which is her favorite pastime. I was initially reluctant to consider a baseball show because sports movements are a bit tricky on stage. 177 more words

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Yoda and Jimmy Stewart

Thanks to Sam from Don’t Make it Weird for introducing me to Bad Lips synchs.  I looove Yoda ♥

Then I found this  –  Don’t you just love his voice ? 16 more words

Steps For Peace

Invisible

Invisible -Post of the Day

In the world of entertainment, James Stewart was one of the great actors. Starring in numerous movies from the 1930’s Stewart starred in western’s (The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance), Christmas shows (It’s A Wonderful Life), Mystery (Rear Window), Romance (The Philadelphia Story) and Comedy movies (Harvey). 81 more words

Daily Prompts

THE ALMOST INTERVIEW - GARRY ARMSTRONG AND JIMMY STEWART

Full disclosure up front. I never met Jimmy Stewart. No interviews. No emails. No phone conversations. But I’ve got Jimmy Stewart in my brain, maybe because Stewart was recently TCM’s “Star of the month” and they’ve been airing many of his legendary films. 1,338 more words

Humor

THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH: Deconstruction of a Scene - Royal Albert Hall (1934 vs. 1956)

Alfred Hitchcock was asked once about the differences between his two versions of The Man Who Knew Too Much.  He replied that the first was the work of a talented amateur, and the second was the work of a professional.    1,320 more words

Alfred Hitchcock