Appeared (as "Kirkland Todd" and "Robert Todd") in "The Willow and I" on Broadway. Written by John Patrick. Directed by Donald Blackwell. Windsor Theatre: 10 Dec 1942-2 Jan 1943 (28 performances). Cast: Francis Compton, Alec Englander, Robert S. Harrison, Pauline Myers, Barbara O'Neil, Edward Pawley
(as "Theodore Sutro"),
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6' 3" (1.91 m)
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His few attempts to play a villain were considered unsuccessful, perhaps because the public could not accept Peck as anything other than a man who ultimately did the right thing.. He was considered too young at 38 (the movie was filmed in 1954) to play Captain Ahab in Moby Dick
(1956), especially since the character was described in Herman Melville
's novel as an old man. Peck admitted he only ...
Almost always played courageous, nobly heroic good guys who saw injustice and fought it.