Jimmy Stewart (May 20, 1908 – July 2, 1997) will always be remembered as one of the great actors of our time. Throughout his career, he was nominated for five Academy Awards, winning one. He was also voted the Greatest Male Actor by the American Film Institute.
He was a true Hollywood icon.
This summer, the Louisville Palace will be presenting a tribute to Jimmy Stewart every Friday and Saturday night. General Admission tickets are $5, and season passes are $49.
Schedule subject to change:
|You Can’t Take it With You (1938)||Fri, July 15 8:00pm|
|Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939)||Sat, July 16 8:00pm|
|Destry Rides Again (1939)||Fri, July 22 8:00pm|
|The Philadelphia Story (1940)||Sat, July 23 8:00pm|
|It’s a Wonderful Life (1946)|
Sat, July 30 4:00pm
Sat, July 30 8:00pm
|Harvey (1950)||Fri, Aug. 5 8:00pm|
|The Glenn Miller Story (1954)||Fri, Aug. 12 8:00pm|
|Rear Window (1954)||Sat, Aug. 13 8:00pm|
|The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)||Fri, Aug. 19 8:00pm|
|Vertigo (1958)||Sat, Aug. 20 8:00pm|
|Anatomy of a Murder (1959)||Fri, Aug. 26 8:00pm|
|The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)||Sat, Aug. 27 8:00pm|
Tickets Available at The Louisville Palace Box Office
625 S.Fourth Street