John Ford's film stars Stewart as a lawyer-turned-hero (celebrated for something he didn't do).
This noir showcases the actor's chops and his character's markmanship.
In his second collaboration with director Anthony Mann, Stewart's aging cowboy goes straight.
As a wealthy Virginian plantation-owner, Stewart starts out a pacifist. (That stance doesn't last long.)
Stewart's likability as a greedy meat purveyor saves this small-town tale.
Stewart shines in director Anthony Mann's intense psychodrama about a bounty hunter.
In this comedy, Stewart plays a lawman who doesn't even carry a gun.
Stewart stars as a cowboy charged with protecting a prize bull en route to Texas.
Stewart's corrupt sheriff teams up with honest cavalryman Richard Widmark to avenge some Comanches.
It's just a walk-on role as Wyatt Earp in this John Ford classic but it's pretty memorable.