Indiana, PA - Indiana County

Jimmy Stewart




James "Jimmy" Stewart was born in Indiana, Pa., on May 20, 1908. An American film and stage actor, he was known popularly for his distinctive drawl -- so popular, in fact, that you might hear his voice counting down the seconds as you cross two Philadelphia Street intersections in downtown Indiana.


Indiana's hometown hero, he served in the military during World War II, causing celebration all over town when he returned home. 


If you're visiting Indiana County, you might check out the Jimmy Stewart Museum, which showcases his accomplishments in film, radio and TV. 


The museum also features one of Stewart's films every Saturday and Sunday at 1 p.m. in its 1930s vintage movie theater. 






Letter to the Editor: Stewart Museum extends appreciation
141 weeks ago -
We would like to extend our deep appreciation to the many local people and organizations that played a role in the recent James M. Stewart Museum Foundation fundraiser ... [Read More]
Jimmy Stewart special exhibit on display Jimmy Stewart special exhibit on display
142 weeks ago - - TOM PEEL
"The State of Jimmy" is a new temporary exhibit on display at The Jimmy Stewart Museum, 835 Philadelphia St., Indiana. [Read More]
Burnett receives Harvey Award Burnett receives Harvey Award
142 weeks ago - - CHAUNCEY ROSS
BURRELL TOWNSHIP — Chalk up another nationally known celebrity among the fans of the Jimmy Stewart Museum in Indiana. [Read More]

Filmography . . . to name a few: 


Shenandoah  1965
How the West Was Won 1962
Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation 1962
Vertigo 1958
Rear Window 1954
Harvey 1950
The Stratton Story 1949
It's a Wonderful Life 1946
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington 1935