A Conversation with Gregory Peck

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A Conversation with Gregory Peck
Directed by Barbara Kopple
Produced by Barbara Kopple
Cecilia Peck
Linda Saffire
Starring Gregory Peck
Music by Art Labriola
Cinematography Tom Hurwitz
Don Lenzer
Sandi Sissel
Edited by Bob Eisenhardt
Running time
97 minutes
Country United States
Language English

A Conversation with Gregory Peck is a 1999 American documentary film directed by Barbara Kopple. Kopple followed the actor as he embarked on a live speaking tour throughout the United States reflecting on his life and career. The film also looks at Peck's home life with his family, as well as his public appearances where he meets such notable individuals as then President of the United States Bill Clinton, then French President Jacques Chirac, and filmmaker Martin Scorsese. A Conversation with Gregory Peck was part of the PBS documentary series American Masters and was screened out of competition at the 2000 Cannes Film Festival.[1] It is featured on a 2005 2-disc collector's edition of To Kill a Mockingbird.



  1. ^ "Festival de Cannes: A Conversation with Gregory Peck". festival-cannes.com. Retrieved 2009-10-16. 

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