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Tue
04
Feb
2014
 

William Wyler's epic Western stars Gregory Peck as retired sea captain Jim McKay who heads West to marry his fiancée Pat Terill (Caroll Baker), the spoiled daughter of a rich cattle baron. McKay soon becomes caught in the middle of a bitter feud between neighbouring ranchers. As the fight for watering rights on land owned by local schoolteacher Julie Maragon (Jean Simmons) intensifies and she is kidnapped, McKay must take action! Capturing all the grandeur of the old West, The Big Country is a story of love, greed and rivalry, set against magnificent landscapes with a stellar cast

Part of Inverness Film Fans (InFiFa) Gregory Peck Season

Gregory Peck talks about his career : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYBWHONgmj8

Sun
02
Feb
2014
 

Love story, murder mystery and psychological thriller, Spellbound stars Gregory Peck and Ingrid Bergman at their charismatic best! When Dr Anthony Edwardes (Peck) arrives at Green Manors Asylum suffering from paranoia and amnesia, Dr Constance Peterson (Bergman) must discover who he really is, save the man she loves and solve a murder by unlocking the secrets of his subconscious mind. Nominated for 6 Academy Awards including Best Picture and Best Director, winner of Best Supporting Actor for Michael Chekov and featuring a dream sequence conceived by Salvador Dali, Alfred Hitchcock's Freudian thriller is a must for all fans of the master of suspense!

Part of Inverness Film Fans (InFiFa) Gregory Peck Season




5 things you may not know about Alfred Hitchcock's surreal thriller, Spellbound  (click link)-

http://blogs.indiewire.com/theplaylist/5-things-you-may-not-know-about-alfred-hitchcocks-surreal-thriller-spellbound-20121031

Gregory Peck talks about his career : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYBWHONgmj8

Mon
03
Feb
2014
 

Based on Harper Lee's much loved Pulitzer Prize winning novel and featuring Gregory Peck's Oscar winning performance as Alabama lawyer Atticus Finch, To Kill A Mockingbird is simply the finest screen adaptation in cinema history. Seen through the eyes of Finch's young daughter Scout, Harper Lee's story of racial prejudice, childhood innocence and heroism is told with warmth and humour, featuring outstanding performances from its child stars; Mary Badham, Philip Alford and John Megna. A classic of fiction and of cinema; don't miss this opportunity to see it on the big screen!

Part of Inverness Film Fans (InFiFa) Gregory Peck Season

See Gregory Peck winning Best Actor for "To Kill a Mockingbird" Gregory Peck wins 'Best Actor' award

Gregory Peck talks about his career : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYBWHONgmj8

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