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James Stewart and "Harvey"....

Jimmy Stewart with Harvey. Stewart said many times that the movie Harvey was his all time favorite movies to act in; he had fun with every scene.

Paul Newman in New York City during the filming of Somebody Up There Likes Me, 1956. By Sanford Roth.

The Newman Chronicles

No to smoking, but here's gorgeous Paul Newman."Paul Newman in New York City during the filming of Somebody up There Likes Me, 1956 by Sanford Roth"

James Stewart served as a pilot in World War II initially rejected by the army for being underweight despite wanting to serve. So he went home gained some weight and was able to enlist. During the war due to his celebrity status he was kept in America but after two years his request to join the battle overseas was finally answered where he flew in many dangerous missions earning a good collection of medals and awards.

Colonel James Stewart (yes the Hollywood actor) receives the Croix de Guerre from the French government for his military service in Europe. He served with the US Army Air Force rfom

Harvey, James Stewart, 1950 Photograph  - Harvey, James Stewart, 1950 Fine Art Print

Harvey, James Stewart, 1950 Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

Harvey, James Stewart, 1950 Photograph - Harvey - a great movie - everyone should be a little bit like Elwood P.

Gene Kelly

Gene Kelly looking ruggedly handsome.Kelly Was Known As "The Manly Dancer"---And, The Machismo Is Oozing In This Shot."Dancing In The Rain" With Gene.

I wish this was only something out of someone's imagination, but it was all too real for millions of people.

Steven Spielberg set a benchmark in modern cinema with Schindler's List. The simple and iconic image of the girl in red became a symbol for lost innocence and childhood. The Girl in the Red Coat


Phillip Alford as Jem. Gregory Peck as Atticus Finch. Mary Badham as Jean Louise ( Scout ) "To Kill a Mockingbird" 1962

"Harvey" (1950)

The Academy nominated Jimmy Stewart for the Best Actor in A Leading Role for portraying the eccentric Elwood P. Dawd in "Harvey", 1950

Gene Kelly and Donald O’Connor in ‘Singin’ in the Rain’, 1952

el que no vio esta pelicula no tuvo infancia...

The Breakfast Club (Emilio Estevez, Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald, Anthony Michael Hall, Ally Sheedy and Paul Gleason)

James Stewart on the set of Mr.Smith Goes To Washington, 1939

James Stewart on the set of Mr.Smith Goes To...

A True Gentleman - Mr James Stewart. Wallpaper and background photos of James Stewart for fans of Classic Actors images.

Elsa Lanchester as Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

The Bride of Frankenstein Elsa Lanchester was the inspiration for Disney's Evil Queen in Snow White and her descent into her laboratory to create the poison apple.

Croquinette !

Shirley Temple was an all time favorite of mine! I have a collection of her movies on DVD and they always bring a smile to my face! She will be missed!