American Masters: Season 15, Episode 6

A Conversation with Gregory Peck (9 Apr. 2001)

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In 1999, Gregory Peck (1916-2003) visits the Barter Theatre, Abingdon, VA, where he had acted in 1940 and where this evening he tells stories and answers questions about his career. ... See full summary »

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In 1999, Gregory Peck (1916-2003) visits the Barter Theatre, Abingdon, VA, where he had acted in 1940 and where this evening he tells stories and answers questions about his career. Interspersed are clips from Peck's films and from interviews recorded over the years and vérité contemporary footage of visiting with his daughter Cecilia before and after the birth of her son, receiving the National Medal of Arts, chatting with Lauren Bacall and with Martin Scorsese, and dining with Jacques Chirac, always with his wife of forty-four years, Veronique Passani, beside him. Throughout, Peck is informal, candid, and wry. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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This documentary is featured on the 2-Disc Legacy Series DVD for To Kill a Mockingbird (1962), released in 2005. See more »

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The `best boys' are listed as Zach and Harper Peck, Gregory's two young grandsons. See more »

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Features The Big Country (1958) See more »

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ESSENTIAL VIEWING FOR PECK FANS
27 August 2000 | by (Nova Scotia, Canada) – See all my reviews

This Turner classic movies documentary was directed by Barbera Kopple, who is in my opinion the best documentariast we've got, she has done "WIld man blues"(on Woody Allen) and "Harlan County Usa". Anyway, this documentary shows clips from many Peck films, and shows him at his home and just how he lives. Also there are segments where he did question and answer shows and many interesting clips of that are shown. there are cameos by Martin Scorsese and Lauren Bacall. This is an astounding good documentary and i recommend it to any fans of Peck. Peck is probably the last true classic cinematic hero alive, and i'm so happy that this documentary exists for that reason.


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