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(1/1/88) Grand Marshal, Tournament of Roses parade, Pasadena, CA.

(1949) Album: Narrated "Lullaby of Christmas" (Decca Records).

(1947, 48, 50) Print ads: Chesterfield cigarettes

(1991) Stage: Appeared in "The Will Rogers Follies" on Broadway. Musical.

(1943) Stage: Appeared (as "Andrew Tadlock") in "Sons and Soldiers" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Irwin Shaw. Scenic Design by Norman Bel Geddes. Directed by Max Reinhardt. Morosco Theatre: 4 May 1943-22 May 1943 (22 performances). Cast: Stella Adler (as "Catherine Carnrick"), William Beach, Albert Bergh (as "Catherine's Escort"), Ted Donaldson, Geraldine Fitzgerald (as "Rebecca Tadlock"), Edward Forbes, Martha Greenhouse, Sara Lee Harris, Phyllis Hill, Harriet Jackson, Audrey Long, Karl Malden (as "Matthew Graves"), Roderick Maybee, Joan McSweeney, Millard Mitchell (as "Victor Carnrick"), Edward Nannary, Herbert Rudley, Bobbie Schenck, Leonard Sues, Kenneth Tobey (as "Ernest Tadlock"), Roy Dana Tracy (as "Minister"), Jesse White (as "The Salesman"), Jack Willett. Produced by Max Reinhardt, Norman Bel Geddes and Richard Meyers.

(1942) Stage: 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"), Amanda Randolph, Martha Scott (as "Mara Sutro"), Cora Witherspoon (as "Millie Sutro"). Produced by Donald Blackwell, Raymond Curtis and David Merrick.

(1952) Stage: Appeared (as "Cliff Parrilow") in "The Morning Star" on Broadway. Written by Emlyn Williams. Directed by Guthrie McClintic (also producer) and Stewart Chaney. Morosco Theatre: 14 Sep 1942-3 Oct 1942 (24 performances). Cast: Jill Esmond, Brenda Forbes, Cecil Humphreys (as "Dr. Datcher, S.D."), Nicholas Joy (as "Sir Leo Alvers"),Rhys Williams (as "Brimbo Watkyn").

(1980) TV commercials (PSA): Alliance to Save Energy campaign ("Let's not blow it, America")

(1981) TV commercials (PSA): American Hospital Association (voiceover)

(1987) TV commercials (PSA): Narrated People for the American Way commercial opposing the nomination of ultra-conservative Robert Bork's nomination by President Ronald Reagan for a seat on the US Supreme Court (Bork ultimately failed to be confirmed by the US Senate). (voiceover)

(1/6/49) Radio: Appeared in a episode of "The Burns and Allen Show".

(1957) Shot a promotional spot for the trailer for Designing Woman (1957).

(8/31/46) Radio: Appeared (as "Father Francis Chisholm") in an "Academy Award Theater" broadcast of "Keys to the Kingdom".

(1972) Wrote foreword for "The American Film Heritage," book published by the American Film Institute.

(1964-66, 1964-74) Appointed by President Lyndon B. Johnson to two terms on the National Council of the Arts.

(1947) Formed the LaJolla Playhouse with the participation of Dorothy McGuire, David O. Selznick, Jennifer Jones, Joseph Cotten and Mel Ferrer. The Playhouse produced ten plays a year for five years. Peck actually appeared in three of the productions: "The Male Animal" with Martha Scott, "Light Up My Sky" with Cathy O'Donnell and "Angel Street" with Laraine Day, which toured the Coast and earned $50,000 for the Playhouse. After Peck stopped playing an active role in managing it, Dorothy McGuire's husband, John Swope, ran it until it closed in 1964. It reopened in 1983 run by McGuire and Mel Ferrer.

(1967-1970) President of the Motion Picture Academy

(1939) Worked as barker in 1939 New York World's Fair at $25 a week.

(1942) Stage: Appeared (as "Russian ballet instructor") in "You Can't Take It with You".

(1948) Narrated "Lullaby of Christmas" for radio's "The Family Hour of Stars" on 12/17/48.

(1941) Stage: Appeared in "Punch and Juliet" with Jane Cowl. Suffern, NY.

(1941) Stage: Appeared in "Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines" with Diana Barrymore. White Plains, NY.

(1946) Stage: Appeared in John Millington Synge's "The Playboy of the Western World", Cape Theater, Dennis, MA.

(1942) Stage: Appeared in "The Circle" by W. Somerset Maugham at the Cape Playhouse, Dennis, MA.

(1941) Stage: Appeared (as "Mr. Denby") in US tour of "The Doctor's Dilemma" with Katharine Cornell, directed by Guthrie McClintic.

(1942) Stage: Appeared in musical version of "The Duenna" by Richard Sheridan, at the Cape Playhouse, Dennis, MA.

(1946) Radio: Appeared in a "Lux Radio Theater" broadcast of "Now, Voyager" with Bette Davis.

(1942) Stage: Appeared in "Rose Burke" directed by Guthrie McClintic, which closed out of town.

(1942) Stage: Appeared (Broadway debut) in "Morning Star" on Broadway. Written by Emlyn Williams. Also in cast: Gladys Cooper.

(1942) Stage: Appeared in "The Rebound" with Ruth Chatterton at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, MA,

(1942) He acted in George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart's play, "You Can't Take It With You," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Fred Stone and Paula Stone in the cast.

(1946) He acted in John Millington Synge's play, "The Playboy of the Western World," at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with June Walker in the cast.


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