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1t017 JAMES STEWART signed 8x10 reproduction '80s by Jimmy, with Donna Reed, It's a Wonderful Life!

Date Sold 8/21/2008
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An Autographed 8" x 10" (8x10) Movie Still Reproduction (Learn More)

Jimmy Stewart was born James Maitland Stewart in Indiana, Pennsylvania in 1908, where his family had owned a hardware store for three generations, and he was expected to take over the family business someday. He wanted to go to the Naval Academy to become a pilot, but his dad made him go to Princeton instead, where he got involved in drama, and he was also head cheerleader. He joined the University Players, an intercollegiate summer stock company in 1932 (the year before, Henry Fonda and Margaret Sullavan had become members, and Stewart became good friends with both, which would prove important to Stewart's career). Stewart followed Fonda and Sullavan to New York, where he got some minor roles in Broadway plays, and his roommate was Fonda, who had had a three month marriage to Sullavan. Fonda and Sullavan went to Hollywood, and helped Stewart get noticed by MGM, who signed him to a contract after a screen test. He had minor roles in ten movies before he finally got a more substantial part in After the Thin Man in 1936. That same year old pal Sullavan insisted he be given the lead opposite her in Next Time We Love. She also got him hooked up with top agent Leland Hayward (who she later married). In 1938 he starred in Frank Capra's You Can't Take It With You, which won the Best Picture Oscar, and made him a major star. The following year was an incredible one for Stewart! He starred in Capra's Mr. Smith Goes To Washington (nominated for the Best Actor Academy Award for this film; after Gary Cooper turned down the role), and also Destry Rides Again (opposite Marlene Dietrich). The following year was equally great, for he both starred in Ernst Lubitch's marvelous The Shop Around the Corner, opposite his devoted friend Margaret Sullavan, and also The Philadelphia Story, where he won the Best Actor Oscar (and his father displayed it in the front window of their hardware store!). Stewart was the first major star to enter the military in World War II (he did so before Pearl Harbor). He was at first rejected for being underweight (he was 6' 3" and only 138 pounds!), and he embarked on a body building program to gain weight, which he was able to do. He had realized his boyhood dream of flying by becoming a pilot in 1935, and he became an instructor pilot in the military. He begged to be allowed to fly combat missions, and he did so in 1943, becoming a major, and by the end of the war he was a colonel, having risen from private to colonel in four years. He stayed in the Reserve after the war, and eventually became a Brigadier General. After WWII, Stewart returned to making movies, and his very first movie on his return was Frank Capra's classic, It's A Wonderful Life (nominated for the Best Actor Academy Award for this film)! He followed with many excellent starring roles, including Call Northside 777, Rope (his first time working with Alfred Hitchcock), Winchester '73, Broken Arrow, the classic Harvey (nominated for the Best Actor Academy Award for this film), The Greatest Show on Earth, and many others. In the mid-1950s he became Hitchcock's main leading man, starring in Rear Window, The Man Who Knew Too Much, Vertigo. In 1959 he starred in the superb Anatomy Of A Murder (nominated for the Best Actor Academy Award for this film), and in 1962 had one of his best movies ever, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. His last few notable appearances were in the late 1970s (including in The Shootist, opposite John Wayne), and he passed away in 1997 at the age of 89. James Stewart was one of the only movie idols whose off-screen persona matched his onscreen persona exactly. He was married to Gloria Stewart for 45 years, until she passed away in 1994, and he remained faithful to her throughout their marriage. He really was that super-nice small town boy who "made good", both in movies and in the military, and he was a master at film selection, and he made a huge number of extraordinary movies throughout his long and illustrious career!
Important Added Info: Note that this still has been personally autographed (signed) by actor James Stewart! Note that Ray Campi was interviewing James Stewart, and he only had a reproduction with his image on it, so that is what he had Mr. Stewart autograph! This autographed movie paper item comes to us from the personal collection of Ray Campi. Ray Campi was born in 1934 and in the 1950s, was a rockabilly musician, whose trademark was his white double bass (he is sometimes referred to as "The King of Rockabilly"). He left the performing life in the 1960s (after having supplemented his music career with lots and lots of unusual jobs!) and spent many years as a high school teacher, and also conducted hundreds of radio interviews with famous celebrities of past years (from movies, radio, TV, and music!) over a 25 year period. When he would schedule a guest for his interviews, he would obtain some movie paper memorabilia (almost always original release items, but sometimes re-releases, and in rare cases reproductions), and he would have that famous celebrity autograph those items while they conducted their interviews. is offering these items directly from the collection of Ray Campi. In these days where so many people worry about the provenance of autographed items, it is so nice to be able to purchase items that were 100% certainly obtained in person, because Ray Campi was with the celebrity in question while they were signing this item! Those interested in learning more about Ray Campi can visit his website at, and as he says on his site, "Ray Campi wants everyone to know that 'all rumors about my being dead are lies!' Ray would like to thank his friends for worrying about him." is proud to offer this group of items from the Ray Campi collection, and we hope to offer many more in the future!

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