Gregory Peck’s Centennial: How an Actor Became an Icon of Moral Decency — TIME

Since the advent of Gary Cooper no screen hero has said ‘Shucks!’ with more conviction than Gregory Peck, who is sometimes called, because of his homespun look, ‘the Lincoln of Beverly Hills.’ So went the editor’s note about Peck’s 1947 LIFE cover, cementing in the minds of readers—if there were any for whom it wasn’t…

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