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Warning: This episodes contains plot spoilers and your host doing a terrible impression of Jimmy Stewart.
In this week's episode of the Historian's Movie Review I wrap up Civil War Month with a look at the 1965 Jimmy Stewart film Shenandoah.
Topics discussed include Jimmy Stewart's film career and service in World War II, Southern Antebellum Society, and the 1865 draft riots in New York.
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Jimmy Stewart: A Biography, Marc Elliot
Jimmy Stewart, Bomber Pilot, Starr Smith
Intro and Outro Music - "Old Western Firefight" - Cullah
Jimmy Stewart Interview for Shenandoah, 1965
Jimmy Stewart, Interview on the Tonight Show, 1989 - In this interview, he discusses his early film career and time as a pilot in World War II.