Jimmy Stewart: Bomber Pilot

Zenith Press, 2005 - 287 páginas
Of all the celebrities who served their country during World War II -and they were legion -Jimmy Stewart was unique. On December 7th, when the attack on Pearl Harbor woke so many others to the reality of war, Stewart was already in uniform - as a private on guard duty south of San Francisco at the Army Air Corps Moffet Field. Seeing war on the horizon, Jimmy Stewart, at the height of his fame after Mr. Smith Goes to Washington and his Oscar-winning turn in The Phadelphia Story in 1940, had enlisted several months earlier.

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Crítica de los usuarios  - buffalogr - LibraryThing

Well done book that focuses on Stewart's military service. This is a book assembled by a journalist and focuses on his love for aviation--mostly about his WWII service. Summarizes the military life of ... Leer comentario completo

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Here is a man that not only did well as an actor but he was also a good man. A characteristic sadly lacking among many have to deal with heavy doses of fame. And he didn't brag about his service either. Good book and my hats off to the man it is about. Leer comentario completo

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