In his second movie role, Gregory Peck plays a young priest and earns an Academy Award nomination and instant stardom in The Keys of the Kingdom.
Who cares if the psychoanalytical plot is shall we say outdated, it's Gregory Peck as an amnesia victim and Ingrid Bergman as his analyst and Alfred Hitchcock directed it. Spellbound remains a spellbinding movie.
If there happens to be a kleenex shortage at your house don't watch this movie. The Yearling is a very touching story of a post Civil War father and son and the deer they adopt as a pet.
Gregory Peck plays a journalist who pretends to be Jewish to write a story about anti-semitism. Sixty some years later Gentleman's Agreement still can open audience's eyes to the subtle prejudices that society tolerates.
Twelve O'Clock High is a World War II movie that combines real footage of bombing raids over Germany with a great story of the men who flew them.
Yes Gregory Peck made westerns and we're going to pick The Gunfighter as the one for you to watch. Because it's a good story and because Johnny Ringo is one of our favorite gunslinger names
A charming romantic fairy tale with two great stars. Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck have a Roman Holiday. You will be enchanted by this movie.
Maybe you never finished reading the book Moby Dick. It's okay. You can watch Gregory Peck in his most intense role as Captain Ahab saying "Ye damned whale."
The Guns of Navarone is a classic World War II adventure movie. Gregory Peck is the Captain given the suicide mission of destroying the massive German guns keeping 2000 British soldiers trapped on the Greek island of Navarone.
Gregory Peck's defining role- Atticus Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird. You will never forget his portrayal of such an inherently good and decent man.
Gregory Peck Academy Awards®
Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award --- 1968 Best Actor Nomination for To Kill a Mockingbird --- 1963 Best Actor Nomination for Twelve O'Clock High --- 1950 Best Actor Nomination for Gentleman's Agreement --- 1948 Best Actor Nomination for The Yearling --- 1947 Best Actor Nomination for The Keys of the Kingdom --- 1946
"You're strong, Cody. You're going to live a long life. In a cage. That's where you belong and that's where you're going. And this time for life. Bang your head against the walls. Count the years, the months, the hours. Until the day you rot."
In which famous horror movie did Gregory Peck star?