Starring Gregory Peck, Mary Badham
Universal Pictures; Directed by Robert Mulligan
Black and White; Not Rated; 129 minutes; 1962
Six-year-old Jean Louise "Scout" Finch (Mary Badham) is growing up in the Depression era of the early 1930s in a small Southern town in this highly acclaimed motion picture based on Harper Lee’s semi-autobiographical novel. Jean’s father (Gregory Peck), the town lawyer, is a wise, quiet man with a great sense of justice who defends a poor, black man accused of rape. Winner of three Academy Awards® including Best Actor for Gregory Peck.