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This collection featuring the actor James Stewart showcases all that is sincere in his body of work. Vertigo ( an alfred hitchcock vehicle) is a money that signposts the maincharacters inadequecies but it gets turned around to his advantage. James Stewart played great men such as Glen Miller in the Glen Miller Story or as flyer in the Spirit in St. Louis. He was an accredited pilot who signed up for world war 2. His forays into the classic western still stand as in Shenendoah where he tries to hold a family together while being pursued by both sides during the American civil war. He can do light and sweet as in - Harvey, the classic well-known- It's a wonderful life. His style is one quiet sincerity.
Re-rated based on Ciao's insistence that such reviews are no longer considered "Off Topic"
Soho_Black 16.05.2007 12:54
I see you've posted this as a DVD review, but you've not mentioned the DVD. Are there any extras? If so, what are they and are they any good? If you add to this, or if you change it to be posted as a "Film Only" review, which can be done by accessing "edit review" above the review and changing the drop down menu under the "Which format are you reviewing?" question at the bottom, please let me know and I'll re-rate.
Production Year: 1971 - Westerns - Director: Gianfranco Parolini - Original Language: English - Classification: 12 years and over - Starring: Yul Brynner, Lee Van Cleef, Ignazio Spalla, Gerard Herter - Studio: PEGASUS ENTERTAINMENT, GEM LOGISTICS