Gregory Peck: A Bio-bibliography

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Greenwood Publishing Group, 1995 - 343

Born in 1916 in La Jolla, California, Gregory Peck took up acting in college on a lark that would lead to a career. In his early years, he appeared in a series of summer stock engagements and Broadway shows. He became a star within a year after arriving in Hollywood during World War II, and he won an Academy Award nomination for his second film. From the 1940s to the present, he has played some of film's most memorable and admired characters.

This volume provides complete information about Gregory Peck's work in film, television, radio, and the stage. Entries are included for all of his performances, with each entry providing cast and credit information, a plot summary, excerpts from reviews, and critical commentary. A biography and chronology highlight significant events in his life, while a listing of his honors and awards summarizes the recognition he has received over the years. For researchers seeking additional information, the book includes descriptions of special collections holding material related to Peck's work, along with an extensive bibliography of books and articles.

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Strona 293 - Museum of Modern Art 1 1 West 53rd Street New York. NY...
Strona 131 - Towards thee I roll, thou all-destroying but unconquering whale; to the last I grapple with thee; from hell's heart I stab at thee; for hate's sake I spit my last breath at thee.
Strona 152 - Cast Gregory Peck (Sam Bowden), Robert Mitchum (Max Cady), Polly Bergen (Peggy Bowden), Lori Martin (Nancy Bowden), Martin Balsam (Mark Dutton), Jack Kruschen (Dave Grafton), Telly Savalas (Charles Sievers), Barrie Chase (Diane Taylor...
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Strona 76 - Gregory Peck (Paul Scott), Greer Garson (Mary Rafferty), Donald Crisp (William Scott). Lionel Barrymore (Pat Rafferty). Preston Foster (Jim Brennan). Gladys Cooper (Clarissa Scott), Marsha Hunt (Constance Scott), Reginald Owen (McCready). Dan Duryea (William Scott. Jr.). Jessica Tandy (Louise Kane). Barbara Everest (Delia), Marshall Thompson (Ted Scott), Mary Lord (Julia Gaylord), John Warburton (Giles, Earl of Moulton), Mary Currier (Mrs. Gaylord), Arthur Shields (Callahan), Russell Hicks (Mr. Gaylord).
Strona 277 - He has given his energies, his talents, and his devotion to causes which have improved the lives of people. He is a humanitarian to whom Americans are deeply indebted.
Strona 163 - Coach Ruth Roberts. Walter Kelley. Opening Montage Courtesy of Nicole Stephane, Frederic Rossif. Cast: Gregory Peck (Manuel Artiguez). Anthony Quinn (Captain Vinolas). Omar Sharif (Father Francisco). Mildred Dunnock (Pilar). Raymond Pellegrin (Carlos), Paolo Stoppa (Pedro). Daniela Rocca (Rosanna), Christian Marquand (Lieutenant Zaganar). Marietto Angeletti (Paco Dages). Perrette Pradicr (Maria).
Strona 88 - We could not keep the audience quiet from the time his name first came on the screen until we had shushed the audience through three or four sequences and stopped all the dames from 'ohing' and 'ahing
Strona 310 - Movies for Kids: A Guide for Parents and Teachers on the Entertainment Film for Children 9 to 13.
Strona 90 - Gregory Peck (Phil Green), Dorothy McGuire (Kathy), John Garfield (Dave Goldman), Celeste Holm (Anne), Anne Revere (Mrs Green), June Havoc (Miss Wales), Albert Dekker (John Minify), Jane Wyatt (Jane), Dean Stockwell (Tommy Green), Nicholas Joy (Dr Craigie), Sam Jaffe (Professor Lieberman), Harold Vermilyea (Jordan), Ransom M.

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GERARD MOLYNEAUX is Professor of Communications at La Salle University in Philadelphia. His previous publications include Charles Chaplin's City Lights (1983) and James Stewart: A Bio-Bibliography(Greenwood Press, 1992).

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