James Stewart - Übersetzung nach Englisch

James Stewart - Übersetzung nach Englisch

AMERICAN ACTOR (1908–1997)
Jimmy Stewart; Stewart, James; James stewart (actor); Jimmy Stuart; James Stewart (actor); Jimmy stewart; Stewart, Jimmy; James Maitland Stewart
  • [[Hollywood Walk of Fame]] star at [[Hollywood and Vine]] (background [[Broadway Hollywood Building]])
  • Stewart's statue at his hometown of Indiana, Pennsylvania
  • Stewart (right) outside his family's hardware store, 1930
  • Brigadier General James Stewart, circa 1968
  • [[John McIntire]] and Stewart in ''[[The Far Country]]'' (1955)
  • Gloria]] and their children in 1954
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  • With [[Bill Mumy]] in ''[[Dear Brigitte]]'' (1965)
  • Harvey]]'' (1950), the only film for which he received both an Academy Award nomination and a Golden Globe nomination
  • Stewart in the 1930s}}
  • Stewart as news photographer Jeffries in ''Rear Window'' (1954)
  • ''[[After the Thin Man]]'' (1936)
  • Stewart in [[Frank Capra]]'s ''[[Mr. Smith Goes to Washington]]'' (1939)
  • Rope]]'' (1948), his first collaboration with [[Alfred Hitchcock]]. He was criticized for being miscast in the role of a cynical professor.
  • ''[[The Mortal Storm]]'' (1940)}}
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  • 1931 portrait}}
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  • Stewart with co-star [[Grace Kelly]] in ''[[Rear Window]]'' (1954), which allowed him to explore new depths of his screen persona
  • The Philadelphia Story]]'' (1940), for which he won his only [[Academy Award for Best Actor]]
  • Navy Blue and Gold]]'' (1937)
  • [[Rosalind Russell]] and Stewart at [[CBS Radio]] in 1937
  • [[Margaret Sullavan]] and Stewart in their third collaboration, ''[[The Shop Around the Corner]]'' (1940)
  • Speed]]'' (1936)
  • With [[Joshua Logan]] (c.), 1930
  • Sample from ''The Man From Laramie'' trailer (1955) showcasing Stewart's recognizable drawl
  • alt=Stewart and Sullavan sitting close and looking into each other's eyes
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  • Vertigo]]'' (1958), in which he co-starred with [[Kim Novak]].
  • Stewart with [[Shelley Winters]] in ''[[Winchester '73]]'', his first project with [[Anthony Mann]]. In the 1950s, Stewart redefined his career as a star of Western films.
  • Lieutenant James Stewart in ''[[Winning Your Wings]]'' (1942)
  • Yellow Jack]]'', in which he starred on Broadway in 1934 and which garnered him critical praise.
  • You Can't Take It with You]]'' (1938)
  • [[Lana Turner]] and Stewart in ''Ziegfeld Girl'' (1941)

James Stewart         
n. James Stewart (1908-1997), amerikanischer Filmschauspieler bekannt als !Jimmy" Stewart
Rod Stewart         
  • Performing in [[Zaragoza]], Spain, November 2006
  • Grave of Rod Stewart's parents in [[Highgate Cemetery]]
  • Stewart's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
  • On stage in Dublin, 1981
  • Stewart in a trade advert for his 1971 album ''Every Picture Tells A Story''
  • Stewart in Paris, 1995
  • Stewart performing in Paris, 1986
  • Faces]], with [[Ronnie Wood]] (left)
  • Performing in Hamburg in September 2013
  • Concert ticket, 1993
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Jimmy Cagney         
  • Cagney's crypt}}
  • [[Ann Sheridan]] and Cagney in ''Angels with Dirty Faces'' (1938)
  • Cagney takes the controversial final walk
  • ''[[Footlight Parade]]'' (1933)
  • "Bull" Halsey]], and Cagney on set
  • Cagney and Bogart in ''The Roaring Twenties'' (1939)
  • Cagney and [[Humphrey Bogart]] in ''[[The Roaring Twenties]]'' (1939)
  • Cagney and Pat O'Brien in the endlessly debated final walk
  • Pat O'Brien]] in ''[[Here Comes the Navy]]'' (1934), their first of nine films together
  • ''[[Here Comes the Navy]]'' (1934)
  • Mister Roberts]]'' (1955) with [[Henry Fonda]], Cagney, [[William Powell]] and [[Jack Lemmon]]
  • Cagney and [[Olivia de Havilland]] in ''[[The Irish in Us]]'' (1935)
  • ''One, Two, Three'' theatrical trailer
  • Cagney and [[Edward Woods]] in ''The Public Enemy'' (1931)
  • Passerby views original movie poster for ''The Fighting 69th'' in 1940
  • Something to Sing About]]'' (1937)
  • David Landau]], Loretta Young and Cagney in ''Taxi'' (1932)
  • [[Loretta Young]] and Cagney in ''Taxi!'' (1932)
  • Lobby card for ''Taxi!'' (1932)
  • The Crowd Roars]]'' (1932)
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Jimmy Cagney, (1899-1986) amerikanischer Filmschauspieler, Oskargewinner der Kategorie bester Darsteller in 1942 für seine Rolle im Film "Yankee Doodle Dandy"


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1. Jamaica.
2. James (in biblical references).


James Stewart

James Maitland "Jimmy" Stewart (May 20, 1908 – July 2, 1997) was an American actor. Known for his distinctive drawl and everyman screen persona, Stewart's film career spanned 80 films from 1935 to 1991. With the strong morality he portrayed both on and off the screen, he epitomized the "American ideal" in the mid-twentieth century. In 1999, the American Film Institute (AFI) ranked him third on its list of the greatest American male actors. He received numerous honors including the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award in 1968, the AFI Life Achievement Award in 1980, the Kennedy Center Honor in 1983, as well as the Academy Honorary Award, and Presidential Medal of Freedom, both in 1985.

Born and raised in Indiana, Pennsylvania, Stewart started acting while at Princeton University. After graduating in 1932, he began a career as a stage actor, appearing on Broadway and in summer stock productions. He landed his first supporting role in The Murder Man (1935), and had his breakthrough in Frank Capra's ensemble comedy You Can't Take It with You (1938). The following year, Stewart garnered his first of five Academy Award nominations for his portrayal of an idealized senator in Capra's Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939). The following year he received the Academy Award for Best Actor, the only competitive Oscar of his career, for his performance in the George Cukor romantic comedy The Philadelphia Story (1940). Stewart's first postwar role was as George Bailey in Capra's It's a Wonderful Life (1946).

Although the film was not a major success upon release, he earned an Oscar nomination and the film has become a Christmas classic, as well as one of his best-known roles. As one of the most popular film stars of the '50s, Stewart played darker, more morally ambiguous characters in movies directed by Anthony Mann, including Winchester '73 (1950), The Glenn Miller Story (1954) and The Naked Spur (1953), and by Alfred Hitchcock in Rope (1948), Rear Window (1954), The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956), and Vertigo (1958). During this time he received Academy Award nominations for his roles in the comedy Harvey (1950) and the courtroom drama Anatomy of a Murder (1959). Stewart also starred in The Greatest Show on Earth (1952), The Spirit of St. Louis (1957), The Flight of the Phoenix (1965) as well as the Western films How the West Was Won (1962), The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962), and Cheyenne Autumn (1964). He appeared in many popular family comedies during the 1960s.

Stewart remained unmarried until his 40s and was dubbed "The Great American Bachelor" by the press. In 1949, he married former model Gloria Hatrick McLean. They had twin daughters, and he adopted her two sons from her previous marriage. The marriage lasted until McLean's death in 1994; Stewart died of a pulmonary embolism three years later.

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