April 1992
New Yorker;4/20/92, Vol. 68 Issue 9, p30
Presents a profile of actor Gregory Peck, who will be honored by the Film Society of Lincoln Center this month, and his reflections on how a New York City dance class taught by Martha Graham 50 years ago helped him and other actors' performances on the big screen. Alumni include Tony Randall, Eli Wallach, Woody Allen, others; Her class was for training of actors, not dancing; Rigorous stretching exercises; Moving in a way that complemented cinematography; Figure called Crack the Whip; More.


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