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As Atticus Finch in 'To Kill a Mockingbird' (1962).

With his son.

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How many of his films have you seen?

Started by Leanne. Last reply by Chris Johnson Jan 28, 2009. 3 Replies

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Comment by Kenneth Walker on July 12, 2014 at 5:36pm

Gregory Peck has made so many excellent films that its hard to name a favorite.I2 o'clock High,Gentlemens Agreement, Man in the Grey Flannel Suit, and the list goes on.One film that gets little mention these days is Keys to the Kingdom  with a young Roddy McDowell and Edmund Gwenn. A bio pic of sorts has Peck as priest living out his long career.Just another milestone  in Pecks memorable career.

Comment by Al Pearce on April 5, 2013 at 1:46pm

a happy birthday to you, Mr. Peck, on this April 5th. you'll live forever in your great films. ;-)

Comment by Al Pearce on October 9, 2011 at 6:06pm
the first movie i ever saw with Gregory Peck was the spectacular THE GUNS OF NAVARONE, a world war II adventure classic from 1961, and one of my favorites. next to Cary Grant, Humphrey Bogart, Errol Flynn, John Wayne, and Jimmy Stewart, Gary Cooper, Burt Lancaster, and Kirk Douglas, Gregory Peck remains to this day one of cinema's greatest legends. he personified the strong, determined, stiff upper lipped but lighthearted american hero, much like many did. but with Peck there will never be a substitute, with his distinctive deep voice, acting style, and moral interpretations (THE BRAVADOS being a perfect example of that, in which his character gains redemption for revenge against the lowlifes that murdered his wife). sure, most just think of him as Atticus Finch, but i imagine him as being more than that, being the multi-faceted actor he was.
Comment by Michael B. Druxman on November 9, 2010 at 1:27pm
What surprised me about Virginia Mayo when I met her is that she was so short. Nice lady.
Comment by Gary Gamage on November 9, 2010 at 1:21pm
I like intelligently made adventure films, and a favorite in my library I keep going back to is "Capatain Horatio Hornblower."
Well produced, excitingly photographed and edited, and a stong action storyline that keeps things moving all the way through to a happy ending. (I particularly like [believable]happy endings ever since hollywood began its excessive worship of the low and dark side of human nature).
Anyway, Peck is perfect as the intrepid Captain suddenly forced to recapture a ship with twice the guns of his - which he had given away to whom he thought at the time was an English ally. Then there's Virginia Mayo, who puts dignity in a role that could have easily been made less by a lesser actress. It doesn't hurt either that at this moment in her career her looks are one half-blink short of a goddess.
Highly recommended to those ready to innocently relish a rousing 18th century adventure. Aaaarrhh!!
Comment by Claudia Murray on April 4, 2010 at 1:58am
Atticus! Atticus! Atticus!
Comment by Gabi Herrera on June 18, 2009 at 10:50pm
I agree, Gregory Peck was made to play good guys! It was a little chocking to see him hitting Deborah Kerr in Beloved Infidel. Ok, ok, he was drunk, but… Deborah is such a lady!
To Kill a Mockingbird is superb!
Comment by Shane on June 2, 2009 at 1:03am
To Kill a Mockingbird is an all tiem favorite movie of mine.
Comment by Leanne on January 27, 2009 at 3:07pm
I would LOVE to visit Italy and do just that.

To Kill a Mockingbird is another amazing film of his, and another of my favourites too. When I rented the DVD, the first time I watched it, I was so taken by it that I went straight ahead and ordered the DVD to have for myself. Everyone should see this film!
Comment by Leanne on January 27, 2009 at 2:53pm
Mine too! It's one of my favourite movies ever, actually.

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