James G. Stewart Net Worth

James G. Stewart Net Worth is
$1.5 Million

James G. Stewart Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

James Graham Stewart (May 21, 1907, Homewood, Pennsylvania – March 22, 1997, Los Angeles, California) was an American pioneer in the field of sound recording and re-recording. His career spanned more than five decades (1928–1980), during which he made substantial contributions to the evolution of the art and science of film and television sound.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthMay 21, 1907
Place Of BirthHomewood, Pennsylvania, USA
ProfessionSound Department, Miscellaneous Crew
Star SignGemini

Sound Department

Mummy's Boys1936recordist
Don't Turn 'em Loose1936recordist
So and Sew1936Short sound - as James Stewart
I Dream Too Much1935sound - as J.G. Stewart
Kentucky Kernels1934sound re-recordist - uncredited
Ann Vickers1933assistant sound recording engineer - uncredited
Double Harness1933sound assistant - uncredited
Das Testament des Dr. Mabuse1933dubbing sound - 1952
The Legend of the Golden Gun1979TV Movie re-recording mixer - as James Stewart
The Child Stealer1979TV Movie re-recording mixer - as James Stewart
Institute for Revenge1979TV Movie re-recording mixer - as James Stewart
Salvage 11979TV Series re-recording mixer - 1 episode
Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?1978re-recording mixer
Blue Collar1978sound re-recordist - as Jim Stewart
The Front1976re-recording mixer - as Jim Stewart
Northville Cemetery Massacre1976dubbing mixer - as Jim Stewart
Rafferty and the Gold Dust Twins1975re-recording mixer - as James Stewart
Once Upon a Scoundrel1974sound engineer
The Dirt Gang1972sound re-recordist
The Activist1969sound
With Six You Get Eggroll1968dubbing mixer
The Market1965TV Movie documentary re-recording mixer
The Lucy Show1964TV Series sound engineer - 1 episode
Indiscretion of an American Wife1953post-production sound
The Captive City1952sound supervisor
Portrait of Jennie1948sound - uncredited
The Paradine Case1947sound director
Duel in the Sun1946sound director
Deadline at Dawn1946sound
Cornered1945sound - uncredited
The Bells of St. Mary's1945sound
Man Alive1945re-recordist
Johnny Angel1945rerecordist
George White's Scandals1945sound
The Spanish Main1945rerecordist
First Yank Into Tokyo1945sound re-recordist
Isle of the Dead1945sound re-recordist
Back to Bataan1945rerecording by
The Brighton Strangler1945sound re-recordist
Those Endearing Young Charms1945re-recordist
China Sky1945rerecordist
Having Wonderful Crime1945sound re-recordist
The Enchanted Cottage1945sound re-recordist
Mademoiselle Fifi1944sound re-recordist
Experiment Perilous1944rerecordist
Murder, My Sweet1944rerecording
None But the Lonely Heart1944sound re-recordist
Tall in the Saddle1944rerecording
The Master Race1944sound re-recordist
The Falcon in Mexico1944sound re-recordist
Bride by Mistake1944sound re-recordist
Step Lively1944sound re-recordist
Marine Raiders1944rerecordist
Days of Glory1944sound re-recordist
A Night of Adventure1944sound re-recordist
Show Business1944rerecordist
Seven Days Ashore1944sound re-recordist
The Falcon Out West1944sound re-recordist
The Curse of the Cat People1944rerecordist
Action in Arabia1944sound re-recordist
Tender Comrade1943sound re-recordist
The Ghost Ship1943sound - uncredited
Higher and Higher1943rerecorded by
Around the World1943sound
The Falcon and the Co-eds1943sound - uncredited
Government Girl1943sound re-recordist
Gangway for Tomorrow1943rerecording
Gildersleeve on Broadway1943sound - as James Stewart
The Iron Major1943sound re-recordist
The Seventh Victim1943sound - uncredited
A Lady Takes a Chance1943re-recording mixer - as James Stewart
The Fallen Sparrow1943rerecordist
Behind the Rising Sun1943sound re-recordist
The Adventures of a Rookie1943sound - uncredited
Mexican Spitfire's Blessed Event1943sound - as James Stewart
Petticoat Larceny1943sound - uncredited
The Falcon in Danger1943sound - uncredited
The Sky's the Limit1943/Irerecordist
Mr. Lucky1943rerecorded by
Gildersleeve's Bad Day1943sound - uncredited
The Leopard Man1943sound - uncredited
This Land Is Mine1943rerecordist
I Walked with a Zombie1943sound re-recordist - uncredited
Flight for Freedom1943rerecorded by
Once Upon a Honeymoon1942recorded by
The Navy Comes Through1942sound - uncredited
The Magnificent Ambersons1942sound recordist
Journey Into Fear1942recorded by
The Devil and Daniel Webster1941sound recordist
Citizen Kane1941recording
Tom Brown's School Days1940sound recordist
Gunga Din1939sound recordist - as James Stewart
Grandma's Buoys1936Short sound recordist
The Big Game1936sound recordist


Portrait of Jennie1948staff executive


Music for the Movies: Bernard Herrmann1992DocumentaryHimself
The Complete Citizen Kane1991TV Movie documentaryHimself
L'homme qui a vu l'homme qui a vu l'ours1990TV Movie documentaryHimself
Hollywood the Golden Years: The RKO Story1987TV Series documentaryHimself

Won Awards

1949OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Effects, Special EffectsPortrait of Jennie (1948)

Nominated Awards

1945OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Effects, Special EffectsDays of Glory (1944)
1944OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Effects, Special EffectsBombardier (1943)
1943OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Effects, Special EffectsThe Navy Comes Through (1942)

Known for movies

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