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Product NameJames Stewart - The Signature Collection
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CategoryElectronics / Photography: A/V Media: Movie / TV
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FeaturesIn his early years, Jimmy Stewart came to personify the Everyman. "Hollywood dishes out too much praise for small things,'' Jimmy once said. "I won't let it get me, but too much praise can turn a fellow's head if he doesn't watch his step.'' - Through a Hollywood career spanning 50 years James Stewart has thrilled, touched and delighted audiences with over 80 films. Six of those films are now avai
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