James G Stewart

Sound engineer, Disc jockey, Installer
Born: 05/21/1907 in Homewood, Pennsylvania, USA


Sound (15)

Texan 1994 - 1995 (TV Show)


Salvage 1978 - 1979 (TV Show)

Rerecording Mixer

Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe? 1977 (Movie)

sound rerecording (Sound)

Rafferty and the Gold Dust Twins 1975 (Movie)


The Front 1975 (Movie)


Who Fears the Devil? 1971 (Movie)


Indiscretion of an American Wife 1954 (Movie)

(Post-Production Audio)

The Captive City 1952 (Movie)


Citizen Kane 1941 (Movie)


Deadline at Dawn (Movie)

(Sound/Sound Designer)

Government Girl (Movie)

(Sound/Sound Designer)

Journey into Fear (Movie)

(Sound/Sound Designer)

Mr. Lucky (Movie)

(Sound/Sound Designer)

The Billion Dollar Threat (TV Show)

Actor (2)

Music For the Movies: Bernard Herrmann 1991 (Movie)

Himself (Actor)

Hollywood: The Golden Years (TV Show)




Moved to CA as sound director for RKO


Theater sound projector and speaker installer for RCA Photophone

Worked for Glen Glenn in post-production sound for filmed TV during the 1950s

Re-recording engineer and supervisor of technical operations for David O Selznick

Worked for Burbank Studios

Disc jockey for experimental radio station at the age of 12

Bonus Trivia


Worked on Academy Award winning "This Land Is Mine" (1943) and "Bells of St Mary's" (1945) for sound recording.