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Discussion in 'Movies & Entertainment' started by Patsy Faye, Jul 8, 2019.
I think Joe's picture above is obviously accurate but, I still ponder over his leg … and, I saw no bulge Nancy ……...
In the meantime, I shall distract meself watching Alice Faye this week-end
Ten things you didn't know about Gregory Peck
Who were Gregory Peck's favorite actors and other secrets of the trade
Couldn't check the first link, something popped up and blocked the entire page
He has Irish blood in him, a good trait
So, he liked Greta Garbo as an actress !. I knew he was cool!
1. His original name was Eldred Gregory Peck, but he dropped the Eldred after graduating from university.
2. He was exempted from military service in the Second World War because of a back injury sustained during his actor training.
3. His earliest movie memory was being scared by Phantom Of The Opera when he was aged nine.
4. In the 1968 film The Big Country, Gregory Peck appears with his three sons Jonathan Peck, Carey Paul Peck and Stephen Peck.
5. In 1969, he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honour in the US.
6. His racehorse Different Class finished third in the 1968 Grand National.
7. In 2003 his Oscar-winning portrayal of Atticus Finch in To Kill A Mockingbird (1962) was voted the “Greatest Film Hero of the Past 100 years”.
8. In 1983, he was admitted to the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame.
9. His favourite drink was Guinness which he had every day, even having a tap installed in his home.
10. He was offered the role of Grandpa Joe in the 2005 film of Charlie And The Chocolate Factory but died before he could accept it.
Well I never knew that - he was great in that film
If I'd known about his horse in the Grand National, I'd have backed it for sure !
I can't believe there are 3 pages about Gregory Peck and a fake leg. I read all the posts. This is when I'm reminded of how great it is to no longer have to go to work.
Gregory Peck sings. (@1:50). . With a little training I think he could have been good!
From the 1969 television special Jack Benny's New Look.
What a great start to me day !! He sang the 'Shadow of your smile' to me !!
I went to Heaven for a minute there
Delightful isn't he, he's a game guy and said he would have loved to do comedy - thankyou dear lady xx @Nancy Hart
"MacArthur"Gregory Peck holding cartoon of President Harry Truman cutting off oxygen to MacArthur1977
WOW! Three pages of posts that are on topic! Amazing!
I might veer off because I can, my thread