This noir showcases the actor's chops and his character's markmanship.
John Ford's film stars Stewart as a lawyer-turned-hero (celebrated for something he didn't do).
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.
Stewart stars as a cowboy charged with protecting a prize bull en route to Texas.
In this comedy, Stewart plays a lawman who doesn't even carry a gun.
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.