muccamukk: Gregory Peck looks up from the book he's reading. (Books: Hello Reading)
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Long promised, finally made.

Notes on methodology (haha):
  • I watched twenty three movies for this project.

  • Movie selection was based on what I felt like watching based on summaries and whim of the moment.

  • The chart includes almost all of Peck's early career, and almost nothing following 1962. There are next to no Westerns.

  • Inclusion on this flowchart is because I watched the movie, not because I thought it was good, though hopefully the choices give some idea of content. Other Movies tag has reviews of most of these.

  • This chart was getting out of hand, so I split it into three parts based on aesthetic, as follows:

    • Wounded Gazelle: The entirety of his career between 1944 and 1949, when he was coasting on a good deal of earnestness and not a whole lot of acting talent. (Excludes one movie because life is too short for Ernest Hemingway.)

    • Big Damn Hero: Mostly war or military movies, mostly filmed in the 1950s.

    • Hot Dad: What it says on the tin.

  • Some movies are repeated across sections. A movie appearing twice just means it fits both, not that I rec it twice as much.

  • The list assumes that you find Gregory Peck attractive and charming, and are more or less watching movies based on that fact.

  • Made on OpenOffice Draw. I am, clearly, not greatly experienced in graphic design.








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