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Discussion in 'Movies & Entertainment' started by Patsy Faye, Jul 8, 2019.
Thanks Joe - looks like I did it justice !
I like this...
"...Maybe that was the closest thing to the real me, To Kill a Mockingbird." - Gregory Peck
Agree. Staying on topic is a challenge for me.
Gregory was my mother's favorite actor; she had excellent taste.
Gregory Peck recites The Gettysburg Address on the 4th of July 1986
Gregory Peck as Abraham Lincoln in the TV mini-series The Blue and the Gray - 1982
Gregory Peck's grandson has grown up to be gorgeous
"Gregory Peck is a Hollywood icon, known for his roles as Atticus Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird and Joe Bradley in Roman Holiday. With his dashing good looks and charm, it's easy to see why the man was so popular on the big screen. Luckily, we don't have to look far for a modern-day substitute — his grandson, Ethan Peck, easily fills his famous relative's shoes. And boy, does he wear them well"
"His most attractive trait, however, is his positive attitude and humility. "Now I just feel like, 'How lucky to be born in to this body and this city and this life,'" Ethan told Entertainment Tonight in 2016. "You know what I mean? The circumstances could be very different."
How I agree with the above quote and I believe this sums up Gregory too …….
Quote - "His most attractive trait, however, is his positive attitude and humility" - and ..... that voice
Ethan is OK, but he's no Gregory.
I'll bet you are not old enough to remember him in a movie starring JANE RUSSEL called the Outlaw Jane was introducing CLEAVAGE.
Jane Russel was chosen by Howard Hughes for the movie, after he considered many other prospects. Much of his work was near-genius level, IMO. One incident I recall reading, in which he was involved with shooting a movie, the camera malfunctioned and he sent everyone home. Next morning as they arrived back to work, the folks found Hughes still there. He had disassembled the entire camera, found the trouble, remedied it, and was ready to continue "shooting"!
Possibly not the same, but one h*ll of a consolation prize.
Here's Howard's gal.
You can have him. That "neck hair" is cringy.
I was checking out his face. Didn't even notice the neck stubble. What is that about? I've not noticed it on other guys.
Beats me. It looks awful and his "hairdo" is silly. Guess he's just not my cuppa.