eldredpeck:  Gregory Peck reading his own copy of “To Kill a Mockingbird” while on set, 1962.

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Gregory Peck in 1962 as Atticus Finch in ''to kill a Mockingbird '' based on the novel by Harper Lee.to which a sequel will appear in July by Harper Lee.Gregory Peck won his deserved Academy Award for his role xo

Dark haired and stoic?  Hell yeah. (Gregory Peck)

Gregory Peck

Born Today, April in 1916 the legendary Gregory Peck… “There’s a lot of ugly things in this world, son.” - as Atticus Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird Over.

Gregory Peck & Ingrid Bergman- 2 of my favorite old Hollywood actors

Gregory Peck & Ingrid Bergman on the set of "Spellbound." Bergman is wearing the robe which disturbs Peck and provides one of the clues to the mystery.

Roman Holiday with Gregory Peck Apparently it was Peck's idea to fake the missing hand for this scene. Unaware, her reaction was genuine.

Style icon: Audrey Hepburn

La Bocca della Verità (The Mouth of Truth) - Audrey Hepburn & Gregory Peck - Roman Holiday directed by William Wyler - one of my most favourite movies ;

*sigh* This movie. <3 This is what quality film-making is all about. And Gregory Peck is what quality men are all about too. ;)

Audrey Hepburn (Princess Ann) Gregory Peck (Joe Bradley) - Roman Holiday directed by William Wyler

I picked the photos that look the most like my man. They say he looks like Gregory peck

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Such a good movie, and such a good actor! Gregory Peck - "Gentlemens agreement" 1947

Gregory Peck in Gentleman’s Agreement, In addition to winning Academy Awards for best picture and best director, Gentleman’s Agreement was one of Fox’s highest grossing movies of The.