Gregory Peck

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    • Re: Screen Legends- Gregory Peck

      Peck was also excellent in the original "Cape Fear" and playing a Nazi war criminal in "The Boys From Brazil". I also love him as Ahab in "Moby Dick" even though the critics slammed him.
      Indeed, he was a liberal, but being a liberal in the 1960s is much different than is meant these days. Back then liberals were concerned with the civil rights movement, not banning prayers and the Pledge of Allegiance from schools.

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    • Re: Screen Legends- Gregory Peck

      In see Gregory Peck in The Big Country, I must admit that I really like this movie as one of my tops of Gregory Peck movies. Of course, my all time favorite movie numeral uno is To Kill A Mockingbird. But this western stands out as a brilliantly done western.

      Cheers :cool: Hondo

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