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St. Paul, Minn. —
In college, Gregory Peck majored in English with an "interest" in theater. And for this southern California boy, success in his field of interest came quickly.
With a majority of his Oscar nominations coming in the first five films he made, his career seemed made. Then, Harper Lee wrote a book. It was a story Peck wanted to take on immediately and until the day he died, he professed Atticus Finch was his favorite role.
Elmer Bernstein provided a breathtaking score for the tale of courage and character in a small southern town. To Kill a Mockingbird on Flicks in Five.
Unexpected yet welcome music for traveling
Thanksgiving week is one of the year's busiest travel periods in the United States. What music will accompany your journey? For those traveling by air, you might even encounter live music in an airport.