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Gregory Peck

Gregory Peck


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Also Known As: Died: June 11, 2003
Born: April 5, 1916 Cause of Death: natural causes
Birth Place: La Jolla, California, USA Profession: Cast ...


Cast (feature film)

From Russia to Hollywood: The 100-Year Odyssey of Chekhov and Shdanoff (1999) as Narrator
The legacy of actor-teacher Michael Chekhov and his student-protege George Shdanoff on classical Hollywood actors such as Gregory Peck and Patricia Neal is explored. Coming to Hollywood during World War II, both men helped to create and define a school of acting that offered an alternative to Stanis
Jack Lemmon: America's Everyman (1996) as Interviewee
Biographical documentary of actor Jack Lemmon.
Wild Bill: Hollywood Maverick (1995)
Presented by an impressive lineup of collegues and admirers, a documentary about the long-underrated talent of the late legendary action director William A. Wellman (1896-1975), one of Hollywood''s most distinguished journeymen helmers. William A. Wellman drew on his experiences as a fighter pilot during World War I to create a series of films about men of action as rugged, sentimental, raucous and tender as the director himself. He was equally noted for his off-screen battles with executives; and after building his career at Paramount and Warner Bros., Wellman vowed never to sign another long-term studio contract, and went on his way, refusing to take guff from anybody!
Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies, A (1995)
Leading American filmmaker Martin Scorsese''s entry in the BFI''s "The Century of Cinema" series is three-part, 235-minute odyssey. Showing the same mastery of the documentary form as he has of fictional narratives, he chronicles his self-discovery as a filmmaker, using as touchstones both Hollywood masterworks and unsung B-movies. At the same time, he examines the central conflict in American cinema: the director''s need to reconcile his role as a team player with his own personal expression.
Roger Moore: A Matter of Class (1995) as Interviewee
Story of actor Roger Moore. Includes clips from his movies, television shows and interviews with the actor, his family and acquaintances.
Charlton Heston: For All Seasons (1995)
Documentary profile of actor Charlton Heston. Includes interviews with friends and family.
Audrey Hepburn: Remembered (1993)
The life and career of actress Audrey Hepburn.
The Portrait (1993)
A young artist deals with her parents'''' aging when she comes home to paint them.
Other People's Money (1991)
Story of a Wall Street magnate who tries to take over a small New England company.
Cape Fear (1991)
A deranged convict seeks revenge on the attorney who improperly defended him.
Old Gringo (1989) as Ambrose Bierce--Bitter
An American schoolteacher is kidnapped by Mexican revolutionaries.
Gregory Peck: His Own Man (1988)
A "Crazy About the Movies" special presenting a biography of film star Gregory Peck, highlighted by clips from some of his classic films and interviews with friends and co-stars.
Amazing Grace And Chuck (1987)
A Little League star organizes a sports boycott to end nuclear proliferation.
Scarlet and the Black, The (1983) as Monsignor Hugh O'Flaherty
In his first TV starring role (after having debuted as Abraham Lincoln in the miniseries "The Blue and the Gray"), Gregory Peck is the real-life Monsignor Hugh O'Flaherty, a Vatican official responsible for concealing thousands of allied POW escapees in German-occupied Rome. Christopher Plummer is t
Sea Wolves, The (1980)
British intelligence is trying to solve the problem of German submarines attacking British merchant ships during World War II. Thousands of tons of goods are being lost, and it is believed that information is getting to the subs via a radio transmitter in one of three German ships in Portuguese Goa. Because Portugal is neutral in the war, the British forces cannot attack the ships, so a group of older British expatriates are called upon to do it for them.
The Boys From Brazil (1978) as Dr Josef Mengele
A Nazi hunter tracks a mad scientist out to bring back Hitler.
MacArthur (1977) as General Douglas Macarthur
The story of General of the Army Douglas MacArthur, Supreme Allied Commander during World War II and United Nations Commander for the Korean War. "MacArthur" begins in 1942, following the fall of Phillipines, and covers the remarkable career of this military legend up through and including the Korean War and into MacArthur's days of forced retirement after being dismissed from his post by President Truman.
It's Showtime (1976)
Film clips trace the careers of the screen's most popular animal actors.
Omen, The (1976)
The young son of an American diplomat and his wife, living in London, turns out to be marked with the sign of Satan, the infamous "666". It soon becomes apparent that he could be the Anti-Christ incarnate and possesses the evil powers to stop anyone who stands in his way.
Billy Two Hats (1973) as Deans
An aging outlaw helps a young half-breed learn the ropes.
I Walk the Line (1970) as Sheriff Henry Tawes
A Southern sheriff risks his life when he falls for a moonshiner''''s daughter.
Mackenna's Gold (1969) as Mackenna
A group of men, lead by a questionable sheriff and a wanted bandit, descend upon the desert in search of a lost canyon of gold.
The Chairman (1969) as Dr. John Hathaway
An American scientist infiltrates Red China to steal scientific secrets.
Marooned (1969) as Charles Keith
Three U.S. astronauts face a slow death when their rockets fail during a space voyage.
The Stalking Moon (1968) as Sam Varner
A retired Army scout protects a woman from her son''''s vicious Native father.
Arabesque (1966) as David Pollock
A university professor gets mixed up with international spies and a two-timing woman.
Mirage (1965) as David Stillwell
A biochemist suffers memory lapses, finds bad guys after him, and has no idea why.
Behold a Pale Horse (1964) as Manuel Artiguez
A Spanish bandit returns from exile to visit his dying mother.
Captain Newman, M. D. (1963) as Capt. Josiah J. Newman
A World War II Army psychiatrist tries to help his battle-shocked patients.
How the West Was Won (1963) as Cleve Van Valen
Three generations of pioneers take part in the forging of the American West.
Cape Fear (1962) as Sam Bowden
An ex-convict plots to destroy the district attorney who sent him to prison.
To Kill a Mockingbird (1962) as Atticus Finch
A young girl grows up fast when her lawyer father defends a black man accused of raping a white woman.
The Guns of Navarone (1961) as Mallory
A team of Allied saboteurs fight their way behind enemy lines to destroy a pair of Nazi guns.
Beloved Infidel (1959) as F. Scott Fitzgerald
Toward the end of his life F. Scott Fitzgerald is writing for Hollywood studios to be able to afford the cost of an asylum for his wife. He is also struggling against alcoholism. Into his life comes the famous gossip columnist.
On the Beach (1959) as Dwight Towers
After a nuclear war, U.S. sailors stationed in Australia deal with the end of civilization.
Pork Chop Hill (1959) as Lt. Joe Clemons
Americans take a vital hill in Korea but have trouble holding it.
The Big Country (1958) as James McKay
Feuding families vie for water rights in the old West.
The Bravados (1958) as Jim Douglas
Jim Douglas has been relentlessly pursuing the four outlaws who murdered his wife, but finds them in jail about to be hanged. While he waits to witness their execution, they escape; and the townspeople enlist Douglas' aid to recapture them.
Designing Woman (1957) as Mike Hagen
A sportswriter and a fashion designer have a lot of adjusting to do when they marry in haste.
Moby Dick (1956) as Capt. Ahab
Epic adaptation of Herman Melville's classic about a vengeful sea captain out to catch the whale that maimed him.
The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit (1956) as Tom Rath
A public relations man must cope with revelations about a wartime romance.
The Purple Plain (1955) as Flight Commander Forrester
A blinded Canadian flier has to find his way through World War II Burma.
Man with a Million (1954) as Henry Adams
On a bet, a man tries to see how much he can get without breaking a million-pound bank note.
Night People (1954) as Col.Steve Van Dyke
Communists kidnap a U.S. officer in cold war Berlin.
Roman Holiday (1953) as Joe Bradley
A runaway princess in Rome finds love with a reporter who knows her true identity.
The World in His Arms (1952) as Jonathan Clark
Roistering sea captain Jonathan Clark, who poaches seal pelts from Russian Alaska, meets and woos Russian countess Marina in 1850 San Francisco. Events separate them, but after an exciting sea race to the Pribilof Islands they meet again; now, both are in danger from the schemes of villainous Prince Semyon.
The Snows of Kilimanjaro (1952) as Harry Street
As he fights a deadly jungle fever, a hunter remembers his lost loves.
Pictura--Adventure in Art (1952) as Victor Carpaccio "The Legend of St. Ursula" [Narrator]
Based on the true story of the 1987 Oxford University boat race mutiny and coach Dan Topolski's miraculous training of a haggard, rag-tag team into a winning outfit.
David and Bathsheba (1951) as King David
King David''''s lust for a married woman has disastrous consequences for Israel.
Only the Valiant (1951) as Capt. Richard Lance
Capt. Richard Lance (Gregory Peck) is unjustly held responsible, by his men & girlfriend, for an Indian massacre death of beloved Lt. Holloway. Holloway (Gig Young) is killed while escorting a dangerous Indian chief to another fort's prison. The chief escapes. Knowing their fort is in danger of Indian attack, Lance takes a small group of army misfits to an abandoned nearby army fort to defend a mountain pass against the oncoming Indian assault. Their mission is to stall for time until reinforcements from another fort arrive. The men in this small group of malcontents, deserters, psychopaths & cowards all hate Capt. Lance & wish him dead. Much to their chagrin, the men recognize that Lance's survival instincts, military knowledge & leadership are the only chance the group has of staying alive.
Captain Horatio Hornblower (1951) as Capt. Horatio Hornblower, R. N. By arrangement with David O. Selznick
The famed 19th century hero defeats enemy fleets and courts an admiral's widow.
The Gunfighter (1950) as Jimmie Ringo
The fastest gun in the West tries to escape his reputation.
The Great Sinner (1949) as Fedja
A young man succumbs to gambling fever.
Twelve O'Clock High (1949) as [Brigadier] General [Frank] Savage
The head of a World War II bomber squadron cracks under the pressure.
Gentleman's Agreement (1948) as Philip Schuyler Green
A reporter pretends to be Jewish in order to cover a story on anti-Semitism.
The Paradine Case (1948) as Anthony Keane
A married lawyer falls for the woman he's defending on murder charges.
Yellow Sky (1948) as James "Stretch" Dawson
Outlaws on the run hide out in a ghost town.
The Macomber Affair (1947) as Robert Wilson
A wealthy playboy and his wife hire a great white hunter to guide them to the African hunting grounds.
Duel in the Sun (1947) as Lewt McCanles
A fiery half-Native American girl comes between a rancher's good and evil sons.
The Yearling (1947) as Penny Baxter
A Florida boy's pet deer threatens the family farm.
The Keys of the Kingdom (1945) as Father Francis Chisholm
A crusading priest struggles to build a mission in China.
The Valley of Decision (1945) as Paul Scott
An Irish housemaid''''s romance with the boss''''s son is complicated by labor disputes in the Pittsburgh mills.
Spellbound (1945) as John Ballantine, also known as Dr. Anthony Edwardes, "J. B." and John Brown
A psychiatrist tries to help the man she loves solve a murder buried in his subconscious.
Days of Glory (1944) as Vladimir
Russian freedom fighters battle the Nazi occupying forces.

Producer (feature film)

The Portrait (1993)
A young artist deals with her parents'''' aging when she comes home to paint them.
Dove, The (1974) as Producer
The true story of a 16 year old (Robin Lee Graham, played by Joseph Bottoms) who sailed alone around the world in a 23 foot sloop named "The Dove". On his journey he meets and falls in love with a young woman (Patti Ratteree, played by Deborah Raffin) who is also traveling around the world. The story follows Robin around the world to many beautiful locals, as he grows from a boy to a man, finds himself, and finds the love of his life.
The Trial of the Catonsville Nine (1972) as Producer
Based on trial of Father Daniel Berrigan and eight other Vietnam War protesters who burned draft records, this film examines the motives of war protesters of the time.
Pork Chop Hill (1959) as Executive Producer
Americans take a vital hill in Korea but have trouble holding it.
The Big Country (1958) as Producer
Feuding families vie for water rights in the old West.

Cast (special)

American Prophet: The Story of Joseph Smith (1999)
Profile of Joseph Smith, the founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and the Mormon Faith.
Intimate Portrait: Lauren Bacall (1999)
Profile of the life and career of actress Lauren Bacall.
Angie Dickinson: Tinseltown's Classiest Broad (1999) as Interviewee
Profile of actress Angie Dickinson.
A Conversation With Gregory Peck (1999)
Gregory Peck discusses his life and career during a series of personal appearances and family outings.
Thar She Blows! The Making of "Moby Dick" (1998)
Behind-the-scenes documentary on the making of the 1998 USA miniseries "Moby Dick."
70th Annual Academy Awards, The (1998)
Live presentation of the 70th annual Academy Awards.
Thar She Blows! The Making of "Moby Dick" (1998)
Behind-the-scenes documentary on the making of the 1998 USA miniseries "Moby Dick."
Tony Bennett: An All-Star Tribute -- Live By Request (1998)
Tony Bennett performs live from Sony Music Studios in Manhattan as viewers request songs by a toll-free 800 number and over the Internet. Also features guest artists performing in honor of Tony Bennett's 50th anniversary in the entertainment industry.
Kennedy Center Honors, The (1997)
Presentation of the 20th annual Kennedy Center Honors.
American Film Institute Salute to Martin Scorsese, The (1997)
Tribute to director and screenwriter Martin Scorsese, the 25th recipient of the American Film Institute's Lifetime Achievement Award. Features a retrospective look at Scorsese's 28-year career, including scenes from his films, in addition to personal anecdotes by some of his most famous stars.
Universal Story, The (1996)
Documentary covering the beginnings of Universal Pictures in the early decades of the 20th century to the corporation's current interests in film, television, theme parks and merchandising. Includes excerpts from 130 of Universal's movies and comments from a variety of film personalities.
67th Annual Academy Awards, The (1995)
A live presentation of the 67th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, honoring achievements in motion pictures released during 1994.
American Film Institute Salute to Steven Spielberg, The (1995)
Tribute to Steven Spielberg, the 23rd recipient of the American Film Institute's career achievement award.
Sinatra: 80 Years My Way (1995)
Special celebrating Frank Sinatra's 80th birthday.
51st Annual Golden Globe Awards (1994)
Live presentation of the Golden Globe Awards for achievement in television and film by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
Hunt For Adolf Eichmann, The (1994) as Narration
Documentary on the mission by Israeli secret agents to capture Nazi war criminals Adolf Eichmann and Josef Mengele.
Martha Graham: The Dancer Revealed (1994)
Profile of dancer/choreographer Martha Graham.
65th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1993)
Broadcast of the 65th annual Academy Awards presentation.
50th Annual Golden Globe Awards (1993)
A live telecast of the 50th annual Golden Globe Awards honoring the best in movies and television during 1992.
Legend to Legend Night (1993)
A special in which celebrities pay tribute to their heroes.
AFI Salute to Sidney Poitier (1992)
A broadcast in which the American Film Institute (AFI) presents its twentieth annual Life Achievement Award to Sidney Poitier.
Danny Kaye's International Children's Awards For UNICEF (1992)
Broadcast of a children's musical competition featuring finalists from over twenty countries.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1992)
Broadcast of the fifteenth annual gala tribute to the distinguished artists who are recipients of the 1992 Kennedy Center Honors for lifetime achievement: actor and dancer Ginger Rogers, jazz vibraphonist Lionel Hampton, actors Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, cellist and conductor Mstislav Rostropo
Ava Gardner (1992)
A documentary about actress Ava Gardner. Includes interview footage of Gardner herself as well as interviews with friends and colleagues and clips from some of her films.
63rd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1991)
Live coverage of the sixty-third annual Academy Awards ceremony.
Swimming With Whales (1991)
A documentary that follows a five-week scientific expedition studying whales around Vancouver Island, Canada.
Frederic Remington: The Truth of Other Days (1991) as Narration
A documentary profiling the life of 19th-century painter and sculptor of the American West, Frederic Remington. Airing as part of the PBS series, "American Masters."
Concert For Peace From Oslo, The (1991)
A concert culminating the four-day "Anatomy of Hate" conference held August 1990 in Oslo, Norway, during which participants explored the resolution of conflict through dialogue and democratic government.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1991)
A broadcast of the fourteenth annual gala tribute to the distinguished artists who are recipients of the 1991 Kennedy Center Honors. This year's recipients are country music singer Roy Acuff, the musical comedy writer-performers Betty Comden and Adolph Green, the acrobatic tap dancers Fayard and Har
62nd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1990)
Live coverage of the sixty-second annual Academy Awards ceremony from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles. Portions of the ceremony were beamed via satellite to Moscow, London, Tokyo, Sydney, and Buenos Aires.
Adlai Stevenson: The Man From Libertyville (1990) as Narration
A documentary chronicling the significance and impact of the political career of Adlai Stevenson.
18th Annual American Film Institute Life Achievement Award: A Salute to Sir David Lean, The (1990)
Broadcast in which the American Film Institute (AFI) presents its eighteenth annual Life Achievement Award to director David Lean.
American Tribute to Vaclav Havel and a Celebration of Democracy in Czechoslovakia (1990)
A tribute in honor of author/playwright Vaclav Havel's first visit to the United States as president of Czechoslovakia.
Sinatra 75: The Best Is Yet to Come (1990)
A special commemorating Frank Sinatra's 75th birthday. The musical tribute includes footage from a Society of Singers performance in Los Angeles and Sinatra's birthday concert from the Meadowlands' Brendan Byrne Arena in New Jersey.
MDA Jerry Lewis Telethon (1990)
Twenty-fifth anniversary of the annual telethon to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA).
Sammy Davis Jr.'s 60th Anniversary Celebration (1990)
A tribute to Sammy Davis, Jr., as the entertainer celebrates his sixtieth anniversary in show business. Taped before a live audience at the Shrine Auditorium in Hollywood. Includes clips of some of Davis's past appearances on television and film.
Sanford Meisner: The Theater's Best Kept Secret (1990)
A documentary about one of the founding members of the Group Theater and one of the American theater's best-known teachers of actors, Sanford Meisner.
Super Chief -- The Life and Legacy of Earl Warren (1989)
A documentary examining the life of Earl Warren, U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice from 1953 to 1969. Also surveys the landmark decisions made during Warren's tenure on the Court as well the controversies accompanying the changes. Includes archival footage, photographs, and interviews with family, fr
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1989)
A broadcast of the twelfth annual gala tribute to the distinguished artists who are recipients of the 1989 Kennedy Center Honors. This year's honorees are singer Harry Belafonte, actress Claudette Colbert, musical comedy star Mary Martin, ballet dancer Alexandra Danilova, and composer William Schuma
Television Academy Hall of Fame, The (1989)
A special featuring the installation of eight inductees into the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences' (ATAS) Television Hall of Fame, honoring individuals who have made lasting contributions to the television industry. The inductees in the fifth annual event are Jack Benny, George Burns, Gracie
American Film Institute Salute to Gregory Peck, The (1989)
The American Film Institute (AFI) presents its 17th Annual Distinguished Life Achievement Award to actor Gregory Peck. The special was taped on March 9, 1989 at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
47th Annual Golden Globes (1989)
A live telecast of the 47th annual Golden Globe Awards presented by the the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for achievement in film and television.
15th Annual People's Choice Awards, The (1989)
A presentation of the fifteenth annual "People's Choice Awards" honoring America's favorite entertainers in 23 categories. Awards are determined by a special poll conducted by the Gallup organization.
75th Anniversary of Beverly Hills, The (1989)
A seventy-fifth anniversary salute to the city of Beverly Hills, California. Included is the presentation of the annual Will Rogers Award to entertainer Frank Sinatra; a tour of the city's designer shops by Shelley Long; Christmas and Fourth of July ceremonies; an auto tour of the city conducted by
Journey of Carlos Fuentes: Crossing Borders, The (1989)
A documentary focusing on the life of Mexican writer, critic, teacher and diplomat Carlos Fuentes. Features readings by Fuentes and interviews with close friends and associates.
60th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1988)
Live coverage of the sixtieth annual Academy Awards ceremony.
Unauthorized Biography: Jane Fonda (1988)
A profile of Jane Fonda, hosted by Barbara Howar. Included in the program are film clips of the actress and celebrity interviews.
99th Tournament of Roses Parade (1988) as Grand Marshal
Live coverage of the annual floral event. The theme of this year's parade is "Thanks to Communications." The parade includes nearly 60 fresh-flower floats, 22 musical units and more than 250 equestrians. This year's Rose Queen is seventeen-year-old Julie Jeanne Myers.
CBS Tournament of Roses Parade (1988)
Live broadcast of the ninety-ninth annual New Year's Day floral pageant from Pasadena, California. The theme of this year's parade is "Thanks to Communications." Also featured is the pageant's seventieth Rose Queen, seventeen-year-old Julie Jeanne Myers.
Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award Show (1987)
An awards special in which the Lifetime Achievement Award winners of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (NARAS) are honored. The music of George and Ira Gershwin are featured (both of whom were awarded trophies posthumously in 1986).
We the People 200: The Constitutional Gala (1987)
Two-hour coverage of a black-tie event, broadcast from the Constitution Hall of Philadelphia's Civic Center, honoring the bicentennial of the signing of the United States Constitution. The program features performers and special guests offering tributes through music, dance, and dramatic representat
Happy Birthday, Hollywood! (1987)
A gala celebration, benefiting the Motion Picture and Television Country House and Hospital, held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles in honor of the centennial of the founding of the town of Hollywood.
Directed By William Wyler (1986)
During the Golden Age of Hollywood, William Wyler was one of the most commerically successful film directors. Here the filmmaker examines clips from his most famous films and interviews with his most famous stars. Included is an interview that Wyler gave in 1981, three days before he died.
Liberty Weekend (1986)
ABC's extensive coverage of "Liberty Weekend" includes over 17 hours of scheduled telecasting, beginning on July 2, 1986, with a "Liberty Weekend Preview" and ending on July 6, with the closing ceremonies from Giants Stadium in New Jersey. Other major events in the marathon coverage include the Open
George Burns' 100th Birthday Party (1979)
An hour of comedy and music celebrating George Burns' eighty-third birthday.
Tribute to "Mr. Television," Milton Berle, A (1978)
A star-studded tribute to Milton Berle, whose comedy show of the '50s was so universally popular that he was dubbed "Mr. Television."
First 50 Years, The (1976)
The National Broadcasting Company's celebration of the fifty-year golden anniversary of its founding.
Martha Graham Dance Company (1976) as Host
A performance of six works by Martha Graham: "Frontier," "Lamentation," "Appalachian Spring," "Diversion of Angels," "Adorations," and "Cave of the Heart." All dances are performed by the Martha Graham Dance Company.
Hollywood: The Selznick Years (1961)
Film clips, interviews and behind-the-scenes footage reveal the genius of producer David O. Selznick.

Misc. Crew (special)

Hometown Heroes (1998) as Film Clips
An annual one-hour television special recognizing individuals doing heroic things for kids in our hometowns.

Cast (special)

Moby Dick (1998)
Two-part miniseries is an adaptation of Herman Melville's classic novel "Moby Dick." The tormented captain of a New England whaling vessel is obsessed with the great white whale, Moby Dick, which bit off his leg.
Blue and the Gray, The (1982)
This sweeping Civil War saga that took eight hours to unfold (over three nights), adapted from historian Bruce Catton's book, has an all-star cast winding its way through fact and fiction, covering the period from 1859 to the Lincoln assassination. The two leads are Stacy Keach as the fictional Jona

Cast (short)

King & Queen Meet the Stars (1954)
In this promotional short film, the king and queen of England meet various Hollywood stars.

Misc. Crew (short)

Gregory Peck (1962)
This short film, part of the Hollywood Hist-o-Rama series, offers a brief biography of Gregory Peck.

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