Quiz: Can You Name All These Classic James Stewart Movies By 1 Scene?

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"In other words, I've got a piece to speak, and blow hot or cold, I'm going to speak it."

Take this challenging trivia quiz and see if you can name all of these classic movies starring James Stewart.

 Aug 07, 2019

1 of 22Name The Jimmy Stewart Movie:

Columbia Pictures
Harvey
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

2 of 22Name The Jimmy Stewart Movie:

Universal Pictures
Rear Window
Harvey
The Philadelphia Story

3 of 22Name The Jimmy Stewart Movie:

RKO Radio Pictures
The Glenn Miller Story
It's a Wonderful Life
The Shootist

4 of 22Name The Jimmy Stewart Movie:

Paramount Pictures
Vertigo
Rear Window
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

5 of 22Name The Jimmy Stewart Movie:

Paramount Pictures
Rear Window
The Man Who Knew Too Much
The Philadelphia Story

6 of 22Name The Jimmy Stewart Movie:

Warner Bros.
How The West Was Won
Rope
Harvey

7 of 22Name The Jimmy Stewart Movie:

Universal/Paramount
It's a Wonderful Life
The Shop Around the Corner
The Man Who Knew Too Much

8 of 22Name The Jimmy Stewart Movie:

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
The Shop Around the Corner
Rear Window

9 of 22Name The Jimmy Stewart Movie:

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
The Philadelphia Story
The Man Who Knew Too Much
It's a Wonderful Life

10 of 22Name The Jimmy Stewart Movie:

Paramount Pictures
Rope
The Shootist
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

11 of 22Name The Jimmy Stewart Movie:

United Artists
Made for Each Other
Vertigo
Harvey

12 of 22Name The Jimmy Stewart Movie:

Paramount Pictures
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
The Shootist
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

13 of 22Name The Jimmy Stewart Movie:

Columbia Pictures
Winchester '73
It's a Wonderful Life
Anatomy of a Murder

14 of 22Name The Jimmy Stewart Movie:

MGM Studios
Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
How the West Was Won

15 of 22Name The Jimmy Stewart Movie:

Universal Pictures
Call Northside 777
Winchester '73
The Shootist

16 of 22Name The Jimmy Stewart Movie:

Columbia Pictures
The Man from Laramie
How the West Was Won
Vertigo

17 of 22Name The Jimmy Stewart Movie:

Warner Bros.
Anatomy of a Murder
Harvey
The Spirit of St. Louis

18 of 22Name The Jimmy Stewart Movie:

Columbia Pictures
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
Bell, Book & Candle
Rear Window

19 of 22Name The Jimmy Stewart Movie:

Universal
The Glenn Miller Story
The Man Who Knew Too Much
How the West Was Won

20 of 22Name The Jimmy Stewart Movie:

MGM Studios
The Spirit of St. Louis
The Stratton Story
Rope

21 of 22Name The Jimmy Stewart Movie:

20th Century Fox
Harvey
Call Northside 777
It's a Wonderful Life

22 of 22Name The Jimmy Stewart Movie:

20th Century Fox
Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation
Bell, Book & Candle
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
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James Stewart is considered one of Hollywood's greatest stars with a film career spanning 55 years and a war veteran who served in both World War II and Vietnam in the U.S. Air Force as pilot and rose to the rank of Brigadier General making him the highest-ranking actor in military history. Jimmy Stewart was the epitome of the every day American on and off the silver screen and was named the third greatest actor during the Golden Age of Hollywood by the American Film Institute. Born May 20, 1908 in Indiana, Pennsylvania, James Maitland Stewart began his acting career on Broadway which earned him a contract with MGM Studios after being spotted by a talent scout. Stewart starred in numerous classic movies and is best known for his roles as George Bailey in "It's A Wonderful Life," and Jefferson Smith in "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington," both directed by Frank Capra. He also starred in multiple Alfred Hitchcock films including "Rear Window," "Rope," "The Man Who Knew Too Much," and "Vertigo." He received a total of five Academy Award nominations winning only one in 1941 for Best Actor in a Leading Role as Macaulay Connor in "The Philadelphia Story." In 1985, he was promoted to Major General by President Ronald Reagan and awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom. The same year he was awarded an Honorary Oscar "for his fifty years of memorable performances, for his high ideals both on and off the screen, with respect and affection of his colleagues."