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(In 1984 Peck claimed to have been misquoted in a 1967 interview in which he said Elia Kazan
was the wrong director for Gentleman's Agreement
(1947).) That's a misunderstanding. I don't think there could have been a better director for the film." What I meant was that he and I didn't have a rapport; emotionally, we were not on the same wave length. I don't think that I did my best work for him. ...
While filming The Bravados
(1958), he decided to become a cowboy in real life, so he purchased a vast working ranch near Santa Barbara, California - already stocked with 600 head of prize cattle.
Films often reflected his liberal political views