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Sad News#0
Posted: 6/12/03 at 2:48pm
Just learned of Gregory Peck's passing. What a great actor and human being. He was always one of the best in the biz and although he hasn't done much in recent years his legacy will live on. What a class act.
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re: Gregory Peck#1
Posted: 6/12/03 at 3:10pm
Gregory Peck's Broadway debut was in the play, The Morning Star, in around 1942. He was probably most well known for his Oscar winning performance in To Kill a Mockingbird in 1962. A Link to his Biography is attached:


Gregory Peck Biography
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re: re: Gregory Peck#2
Posted: 6/12/03 at 4:17pm
David Brinkley passed away today as well...
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re: re: Gregory Peck#3
Posted: 6/12/03 at 4:18pm
Sort of a double whammy today, as I saw that David Brinkley also passed away. Both men were giants in their fields and will be sorely missed.
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re: re: re: Gregory Peck#4
Posted: 6/12/03 at 4:20pm
It's quite a shame about both of them. I loved "To Kill a Mockingbird" and I liked David Brinkley's wit quite a bit.

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Our losses#5
Posted: 6/12/03 at 6:28pm
What a pity that we have lost 3 wonderful people in the past week. My deepest condolences to all of the families.


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