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Also Known As: James Stewart, James [G.] Stewart, J. G. Stewart Died: March 22, 1997
Born: May 21, 1907 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Homewood, Pennsylvania, USA Profession: sound engineer, disc jockey, installer

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Disc jockey for experimental radio station at the age of 12
1928:
Theater sound projector and speaker installer for RCA Photophone
1931:
Moved to CA as sound director for RKO
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Re-recording engineer and supervisor of technical operations for David O Selznick
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Worked for Glen Glenn in post-production sound for filmed TV during the 1950s
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Worked for Burbank Studios
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Worked on Academy Award winning "This Land Is Mine" (1943) and "Bells of St Mary's" (1945) for sound recording.

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