Jim Smith may refer to:
- Jim Smith (American football) (born 1955), former NFL and USFL wide receiver
- Jim Smith (animator) (born 1954), Texan animator and co-writer on The Ren and Stimpy Show
- Jim Smith (basketball) (born 1958), former NBA player
- Jim Smith (cricketer) (1906–1979), English cricketer
- Jim Smith (defensive back) (born 1946), former American football defensive back in the National Football League for the Washington Redskins
- Jim Smith (footballer) (born 1940), English former football player and later manager, currently a director of Oxford United
- Jim Smith (racing businessman), owner of Ultra Motorsports
- Jim Smith (writer) (born 1978), writer of directorial critical biographies and television guides, also involved with the Kaldor City series
- Jim Ray Smith (born 1932), American football player
- Jim Field Smith (born 1979), British film director, comedy writer, and actor
- Jim Smith (baseball) (born 1954), major league infielder who played for the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 1982 season
- Jim Smith (coach), LSU Tigers baseball head coach 1966–1978
- Jim Smith (Indiana politician), member of the Indiana State Senate
- Jim Smith (Nebraska politician), member of the Nebraska Legislature
- Jim Smith (Nova Scotia politician), member of the 54th-58th General Assembly of Nova Scotia
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1984), Joe Cribbs Rushing TDs 13 (1984), Leon Perry Receptions 89 (1984), Jim Smith Receiving yards 1607 (1984), Jim Smith (USFL record) Receiving TDs 20 (1985 ...
... Rabenhorst 27 220–226–3.493 1957–1963 Ray Didier 7 104–79.568 1964–1965 Jim Waldrop 2 17–24.415 1966–1978 Jim Smith 13 238–251.488 ...
... had 21 full-time managers, of whom three (Jim Smith, Denis Smith and Darren Patterson) have had more than one spell in the post, and eight periods of caretaker-management ... Jim Smith started his first spell as manager in 1981, and led Oxford into the top tier of English football after consecutive promotions as champions in 1984 ... to guide the club to promotion or silverware was Denis Smith, who won promotion from the Second Division in 1996 ...
... Jim Smith was last seen drinking and playing cards with Patrick Brady at the Cecil Hotel in the southern Sydney suburb of Cronulla on 7 April 1935 after telling his wife he was going fishing ... Patrick Brady had rented a small cottage in Taloombi Street, Cronulla at the time Jim Smith went missing ... Police alleged that Smith was murdered at this cottage ...
Famous quotes containing the words smith and/or jim:
“Jesus died for somebodys sins but not mine.”
—Patti Smith (b. 1946)
“Just kids! Thats about the craziest argument Ive ever heard. Every criminal in the world was a kid once. What does it prove?”
—Theodore Simonson. Irvin S. Yeaworth, Jr.. Jim Bird, The Blob, responding to the suggestion that they not lock up the teens pulling the alien prank, (1958)