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The Five Best Gregory Peck Performances

Classic Film & TV Cafe Posted by Rick29 on Aug 3, 2017

Gregory Peck and Mary Badham. 1. To Kill a Mockingbird (1962) - This is an obvious choice for the top spot. After all, Atticus Finch ranked No. 1 on the American Film Institute's list of favorite movie heroes. However, the beauty of Peck's performance is that he doesn't make Atticus a saint. H read more

The Five Best Gregory Peck Performances

Classic Film & TV Cafe Posted by Rick29 on Aug 3, 2017

Gregory Peck and Mary Badham. 1. To Kill a Mockingbird (1962) - This is an obvious choice for the top spot. After all, Atticus Finch ranked No. 1 on the American Film Institute's list of favorite movie heroes. However, the beauty of Peck's performance is that he doesn't make Atticus a saint. H read more

Top of the World: Bette Davis, Gregory Peck and Spencer Tracy in Tops Five

The Wonderful World of Cinema Posted by Virginie Pronovost on Apr 6, 2017

April 5 is an important date on our calendar as three major movie stars were born on this day: Bette Davis, Gregory Peck and Spencer Tracy (and also Melvyn Douglas, Frank Gorshin and Walter Huston). To pay a tribute to them, I’ve decided to present you 3 little top 5 of 1- my favourite Bette D read more

Happy 100th Birthday, Gregory Peck

Cinema Crossroads Posted by Julia on Apr 5, 2016

Today (April 5) marks what would have been Gregory Peck‘s 100th birthday. The epitome of the strong, silent type, Peck starred in some of cinema’s most important films, and his stately presence and quiet charm made him an icon of the Silver Screen. To celebrate his centenary, here are so read more

Mirage; Fata Morgana, a Step Above the Thriller Horizon: Starring Gregory Peck

Classic Film Aficionados Posted by C. S. Williams on Apr 25, 2015

  Mirage Menagerie of thoughts: Mirage, 1965, a Universal release is often likened to a Hitchcock film. For better or worse, with regards to audience expectations, Mirage, clearly works and has much of the Hitchcockian atmosphere to it; especially, with reference to Spellbound and North by Nor read more

Mirage; Fata Morgana, a Step Above the Thriller Horizon: Starring Gregory Peck

Classic Film Aficionados Posted by C. S. Williams on Apr 25, 2015

  Mirage Menagerie of thoughts: Mirage, 1965, a Universal release is often likened to a Hitchcock film. For better or worse, with regards to audience expectations, Mirage, clearly works and has much of the Hitchcockian atmosphere to it; especially, with reference to Spellbound and North by Nor read more

Mirage; Fata Morgana, a Step Above the Thriller Horizon: Starring Gregory Peck

Classic Film Aficionados Posted by C. S. Williams on Apr 25, 2015

  Mirage Menagerie of thoughts: Mirage, 1965, a Universal release is often likened to a Hitchcock film. For better or worse, with regards to audience expectations, Mirage, clearly works and has much of the Hitchcockian atmosphere to it; especially, with reference to Spellbound and North by Nor read more

HAPPY BIRTHDAY BETTE DAVIS, SPENCER TRACY, MELVYN DOUGLAS AND GREGORY PECK.

In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood Posted by Crystal Kalyana on Apr 5, 2015

Today, Sunday April 5th, is a special day in Classic Hollywood Land. Not only is it Easter for those who celebrate it, it’s also the Birthday of four very special people, who are known as some of the most eminent stars to ever grace the silver screen during the annals of classic cinema. Two read more

The Best Films of Gregory Peck

4 Star Films Posted by 4 Star Film Fan on Jul 31, 2014

1. To Kill a Mockingbird 2. Roman Holiday 3. The Gunfighter 4. Cape Fear 5. Twelve O’Clock High 6. The Guns of Navarone 7. The Big Country 8. Spellbound 9. The Yearling 10. The Keys of the Kingdom 11. The Valley of Decision 12. The Omen 13. Yellow Sky 14. How the West was Won 15. Captain Horat read more

The Best Films of Gregory Peck

4 Star Films Posted by 4 Star Film Fan on Jul 31, 2014

1. To Kill a Mockingbird 2. Roman Holiday 3. The Gunfighter 4. Cape Fear 5. Twelve O’Clock High 6. The Guns of Navarone 7. The Big Country 8. Spellbound 9. The Yearling 10. The Keys of the Kingdom 11. The Valley of Decision 12. The Omen 13. Yellow Sky 14. How the West was Won 15. Captain Horat read more

The Big Country (1958) with Gregory Peck

Classic Film Freak Posted by Greg Orypeck on Apr 30, 2014

Share This! Big they fought!  Big they loved!  Big their story! The Big Country was the film David O. Selznick tried to make with Duel in the Sun, but he lost his way with this super-gargantuan failure to top Gone With the Wind.  In that famous scene in Duel, he seemed to wallow in the mud alongside read more

Day 15: Gregory Peck

Sittin' on a Backyard Fence Posted by Jill Blake on Aug 15, 2013

Thanks to everyone for an excellent tribute to yesterday’s star Bette Davis. Make sure you check out all the wonderful contributions.  For the next 24 hours we honor Gregory Peck. Here’s some trivia: On to the blogging… Here at The Fence, we’re honored to have writer/direct read more

Gregory Peck Always Makes Me Cry

Sittin' on a Backyard Fence Posted by Jill Blake on Aug 15, 2013

Alright, Jill. You can do this. DEEP BREATH. It’s Gregory Peck day on Turner Classic Movies and like any normal, well-adjusted individual, I’ve been digging through online image archives for sexy photos of the man. Don’t judge, you know you’re guilty too.  There’s read more

Laurence Olivier, Gregory Peck, and "The Boys from Brazil"

Classic Film & TV Cafe Posted by Rick29 on Jul 1, 2013

When a young man learns of a secret meeting of Nazi war criminals in modern-day Paraguay, he contacts veteran Nazi hunter Ezra Lieberman (Laurence Olivier). Lieberman's response is less than enthusiastic: "It may be a blinding revelation to you that there are Nazis in Paraguay, but I assure you it's read more

Classic Movie Legend Tribute: Gregory Peck

Classic Movie Hub Blog Posted by minooallen on Apr 5, 2013

  Happy Birthday to Classic Movie Legend, Gregory Peck, born April 5th, 1916! Sometimes I can’t help but wonder if Gregory Peck is actually human. I can’t help it. He is almost too perfect to be of this world. Is it really so crazy to think he is some short elaborate alien experiment to create read more

Love Hollywood Style: Gregory Peck.

Noir and Chick Flicks Posted by Dawn Sample on Feb 10, 2013

In October 1942 Peck married Finnish-born Greta Kukkonen (1911–2008), with whom he had three sons, Jonathan (1944–75), Stephen (b. 1946), and Carey Paul (b. 1949). They were divorced on December 30, 1955, but maintained a very good relationship. On December 31, 1955, the day afte read more

Gregory Peck Interview, 1989

Classic Movies Posted by KC on Apr 18, 2011

I love this brief clip of a 1989 interview with Gregory Peck. He always exuded class and decency. read more

Happy Birthday to Gregory Peck and Spencer Tracy

Noir and Chick Flicks Posted by monty on Apr 5, 2011

Happy Birthday to two of the best and most well liked screen actors: Gregory Peck (1916 - 2003) and Spencer Tracy (1900 - 1967) read more

Happy Birthday: Gregory Peck!

Noir and Chick Flicks Posted by Dawn on Apr 5, 2011

Trivia: He took in former co-star Ava Gardner's housekeeper and dog after her death in 1990. During his lean days, he supported himself as a Radio City Music Hall tour guide and as a catalog model for Montgomery Ward. When he arrived in Italy to shoot Roman Holiday (1953), Gregory was privately read more
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