THE BIG COUNTRY (1958) - Gregory Peck & Jean Simmons - Directed by William Wyler - United Artists - Publicity Still.

THE BIG COUNTRY (1958) - Gregory Peck & Jean Simmons - Directed by William Wyler - United Artists - Publicity Still.

Gregory Peck. The things this man makes me want to do are illegal - bet he'd have been worth it.

Gregory Peck. The things this man makes me want to do are illegal - bet he'd have been worth it.

eldredpeck:  Gregory Peck reading his own copy of “To Kill a Mockingbird” while on set, 1962.

An entry from smatterings of an aesthetic

eldredpeck: Gregory Peck reading his own copy of “To Kill a Mockingbird” while on set, 1962.

Dancing with Gregory Peck in a scene from "Roman Holiday", 1953

Dancing with Gregory Peck in a scene from "Roman Holiday", 1953

Gregory Peck: He seemed meticulously craved from flesh and created just to be a movie star... & he was a GREAT one.

Gregory Peck: He seemed meticulously craved from flesh and created just to be a movie star... & he was a GREAT one.

Roman Holiday is one of the most beloved of both Hepburn’s and Peck’s films

Roman Holiday is one of the most beloved of both Hepburn’s and Peck’s films

Roman Holiday. I love the fact that this was a genuine, unrehearsed moment which got left in

Roman Holiday. I love the fact that this was a genuine, unrehearsed moment which got left in

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