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Stewart Granger / AKA James Lablanche Stewart    Born: 6-May-1913  Birthplace: London, England  Died: 16-Aug-1993  Location of death: Santa Monica, CA  Cause of death: Cancer

hard to believe he could be improved by a cat. Stewart Granger / AKA James Lablanche Stewart Born: Birthplace: London, England Died: Location of death: Santa Monica, CA Cause of death: Cancer

Leading Men of the 1940s | Stewart Granger photo StewartGrangerDutchpostcardbyFilmph.jpg

Stewart Granger English film actor, mainly associated with heroic & romantic leading roles. He was a popular leading man from the to the early Married to actress Jean Simmons

English actor, Stewart Granger (1913–1993). He was a popular leading man from the 1940s to the early 1960s rising to fame through his appearances in films like KING SOLOMON'S MINES and THE PRISONER OF ZENDA. His real name was James Stewart, but there was already another actor in Hollywood with that name.... www.imdb.com/name/nm0001289/bio

English actor, Stewart Granger He was a popular leading man from the to the early rising to fame through his appearances in films like KING SOLOMON'S MINES and THE PRISONER OF ZENDA. His real name was James Stewart, but there was

Stewart Granger (1913–1993).....Assisti 'AS MINAS DO REI SALOMÃO" UMAS QUINZE VEZES!!!!!

Stewart Granger ne James Lablanche Stewart, London England, Prostate and bone cancer. Married to actress Jean Simmons from

Jean Simmons and Stewart Granger with their daughter Tracy....she had two daughters, Tracy Granger and Kate Brooks, one by each marriage – their names bearing witness to Simmons' friendship with Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn.

Birthday celebrant Jean Simmons with then husband Stewart Granger and their new daughter Tracy in

Stewart Granger and wife Jean Simmons....watch "Young Elizabeth" some day.  He was Sir Thomas Seymour.

Stewart Granger and wife Jean Simmons.watch "Young Elizabeth" some day. He was Sir Thomas Seymour.

Stewart Granger. A great actor, and he got even sexier as he got older.

The Hound of the Baskervilles, film per la tv del 1972 di Barry Crane interpretato da Stewart Granger