Tag: James Stewart

  • The Man Who Knew Too Much. (1956)

    Alfred Hitchcock once discussed both of his versions of The Man Who Knew Too Much with François Truffaut, in a very lengthy interview that Truffaut claimed lasted for 50 hours. Hitchcock describes his first imagining of the film, from 1934, as the work of a “talented amateur” and the remake, which he himself created over two decades […]

  • Mr Stewart.

    Today I would like to talk about one of my favourite actors/people/men, Mr James Stewart. They just don’t make men like Jimmy anymore. They haven’t done for years. Not only is he a superb actor, who demonstrates the utmost versatility, but he is a true gentleman and the definition of charisma. With an acting career […]