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...James Dean, Natalie Wood and Dennis Hopper June 22: "Breakfast at Tiffany’s" (at right, 1961), with Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard June 29: "Some Like It Hot" (1959), with Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon July 6: "Mary Poppins" (1964),...
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Don't you just love the pensive, smouldering, sexy George Peppard? So do we... His lover on-screen and off at the time, Judy Geeson was one lucky lady... to wake up next to such a handsome and delicious man! Sorry guys, this one was made just for the ladies... Enjoy! So much more George to enjoy and savor at: www.georgepeppardforeverfanclub.com
...So thats one down, three more roles to fill. Face is probably the easiest part to cast, how the hell do you replace George Peppard and who could possibly be crazy enough to pull of Murdock? Well let you know as soon as we know. RELATED: joe carnahan, bradley...
SOME OTHER SHOTS OF GEORGE THROUGHOUT HIS LIFE THIS IS MY 4TH ATTEMPT TO UPLOAD A VIDEO THE OTHER 3 WERE REJECTED DUE TO COPYRIGHT. WHICH IS A SHAME COS I WANTED TO USE FILM FOOTAGE. :( SOMEONE ONCE SAID HOW IT'S A SHAME NONE OF THESE TRIBUTES HAVE HIM TALKING BECAUSE HE HAD A LOVELY VOICE. I THOUGHT THEY MADE A GOOD POINT SO WITH THE USE OF A VIDEO TO MP3 CONVERTOR I MANAGED TO GET HIS VOICE IN AT THE END HURRRRRAAAAAAHHHHHH LOL BTW MUSIC IS THE CARPENTERS I CAN DREAM CAN'T I mrspeppard4eva ...
...show - set to feature Henry Mancini and Johnny Mercer's Oscar-winning song Moon River from the 1961 movie, which also starred George Peppard and Mickey Rooney - will run from September 9 2009 to January 9 2010. Capote's book tells the story of writer William...
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...at Tiffany’s was released as a film in 1961. Directed by Blake Edwards, the double Oscar winning film starred Audrey Hepburn, George Peppard, Patricia Neal and Mickey Rooney. Friel, who has previously appeared on the London stage in Lulu at the Almeida, said:...
Harry Hamilton spent more than 40 years in California as a chauffeur to Hollywood stars such as Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Harris. But he still considered Greensburg home.
"We moved to Long Beach in 1957," said his daughter, Sally Hamilton. "And
...the areas that he serviced that they appreciated. "When stars like Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, Richard Harris and George Peppard called, Dad knew how to take the back roads and shortcuts to take them to their destinations without having to put up with...
...The Blue Max — about a German air ace, Bruno Stachel — in seven months. The book’s success led to a 1966 film with George Peppard and James Mason. Stachel dies on screen but in print he survived to return in The Blood Order (1979) and the counter-espionage...
It's been 15 years now since he passed away, but we will never forget this wonderful man! Watch more George on georgepeppard.come2me.nl
George Peppard played many soldiers before he became a "soldier of fortune" on the A-Team. georgepeppard.come2me.nl for info, pix, videos and more!
Bed and breakfast: Anna Friel could play a more risqué Holly Golightly
Breakfast At Tiffany's is coming to the West End stage and Anna
Friel is in talks to play Holly Golightly, the part Audrey Hepburn
immortalised on screen.
But before you start
Daily Mail - UK
George Peppard loved to go undercover... Here he is as a secret agent for British Intelligence in "The Executioner". He was born to play this type of role, and you can see he really enjoyed his secret agent, private investigator types of roles. On May 8th, 2009, it will be 15 years ago that George left us to become a special agent in Heaven, but his spirit, charisma, character, soul and excellent acting skills, as well as his inner and outer beauty still shines... You were and are a shining ...
I hate it when a film takes a brilliant literary work and turns it into what it thinks the literary work should be.
There’s a scene in Truman Capote’s classic, Breakfast at Tiffany’s that sums up how I feel about the movie adaptation of the book. The
You think Brad Pitt is sexy? Then you haven't seen George Peppard yet! He is so sexy in House of Cards! Watch more George on georgepeppard.come2me.nl
George Peppard playing an exellent role in Tales Of The Unexpected. Watch more George on georgepeppard.come2me.nl
George Peppard with Sophia Loren in Operation Crossbow. Watch more George on georgepeppard.come2me.nl
The Blue Max George Peppard Ursula Andress. A rather funny part of the movie
Writer Jack D. Hunter has lost his battle with cancer, aged 87.
Hunter, whose World War I novel The Blue Max was made into a 1966 movie, died in St. Augustine, Florida on 13 April. No further information regarding his illness was available as WENN went
George Peppard taking a not so private shower in the movie Operation Crossbow. Watch more George on georgepeppard.come2me.nl
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. (AP) Jack D. Hunter, whose World War I aviation novel “The Blue Max” was made into a 1966 movie, died here on Monday. He was 87.
The cause was cancer, reported The Florida Times-Union, where Mr. Hunter had worked as a writing coach.
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George Peppard played a bohemian well before making "What's So Bad About Feeling Good?" He loved playing roles that were not the norm. He enjoyed a role that was different. At this time, George himself, was quite the bohemian. He had lived in Greenwich Village among the artists, writers, and beatnik philosophers of his time. This was familiar territory to George. So here he is... The young and handsome George Peppard in rare footage from his first major starring role, in "The Subterraneans ...
George Peppard being so sexy in Rough Night in Jericho. With Jean Simmons and Dean Martin. Watch more George on georgepeppard.come2me.nl
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- Author Jack D. Hunter, whose World War I aviation novel "The Blue Max" was made into a film in the 1960s, has died. He was 87.
The Florida Times-Union, where Hunter had worked as a writing coach, said he died Monday in St.
Well he didn't play Blake Carrington in Dynasty, but he did play together with Joan Collins in this movie called the Executioner... Also with Judy Geeson on and off camera... More George on georgepeppard.come2me.nl
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla.—Author Jack D. Hunter, whose World War I aviation novel "The Blue Max" was made into a film in the 1960s, has died. He was 87.
The Florida Times-Union, where Hunter had worked as a writing coach, said he died Monday in St. Augustine
Dedicated to my all time hero. Watch him in one of my favorite movies of his; The Blue Max. With Ursula Andress. More George on georgepeppard.come2me.nl
George Peppard getting hot with Ursula Andress in The Blue Max! More George on georgepeppard.come2me.nl
George Peppard was a versatile actor. He could play practically any role and any character with real feeling and intensity. Here he plays a hippie (a role that was rare, even for him!) in this rare, out of print film, "What's So Bad About Feeling Good?" (1968). Mary Tyler Moore co-stars with him, and you've never seen her in such a role either! It's a feel-good movie. He sheds his beard later in the movie, and looks more like his usual self. The toucan is central to the story, coming to NYC ...
From May 9, 1994, here is an Entertainment Tonight story on the career and death of actor George Peppard, famous for his roles on "Banacek" and "The A-Team."
There are those who say that 1939 was Hollywood's "greatest year" or its "golden year." I know; I bought the book, Hollywood's Golden Year: 1939. It's not a thesis that I'm entirely willing to accept because it is my belief that there have been other
George Peppard would be the first one to tell you there was a lot more to him than just Hannibal. Although he was excellent playing Hannibal in "The A-Team", take a look at his incredible looks and depth of character in another scene from the height of his popularity in 1969's "Pendulum", co-starring Jean Seberg. To learn all about George from the beginning of his career to the end, spanning 40 years!!, and all about his life and times, just go to: www.georgepeppardforeverfanclub.com...
IN "Being Audrey," a mid dle-age woman takes emotional refuge in fantasies of starring in Audrey Hepburn movies after her husband suffers a near-fatal heart attack. Unfortunately, this new musical currently receiving its world premiere by the
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For all you Hannibal lovers out there who love to dream about him... More George on georgepeppard.come2me.nl
AT the southwest corner of Fifth Avenue and 59th Street sits the Plaza, with its spiky stone finials and sea-green roof moldings. Across the street, a path cuts into the sprawl of Central Park. Uniformed carriage drivers stand by their horses, awaiting
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Kissing in the rain with Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's. More George on georgepeppard.come2me.nl
George Peppard as I got to know him; playing Hannibal on the A-Team. More George on georgepeppard.come2me.nl
Here's George Peppard at his best, during the late 1960's, handsome, fit, sexy and virile! He plays a police captain, framed for a double murder, involving his cheating wife, (played by Jean Seberg), and her lover. If you want to come home to more George, just go to: www.georgepeppardforeverfanclub.com
Send in the A-Team-oh shit George Peppard is dead!Damn!
Wow, best of luck to her…
they give you jail, long time.
Sucks to be her.
this is BS. They should be released immediately
:::: Kim-Jong-il will starve you SKINNY
George Peppard in How The West Was Won. What a great actor! More George on georgepeppard.come2me.nl
Did you know that George Peppard had not one, not two, but THREE different TV series? Sure, you all know about THE A-TEAM, and BANACEK... but he also played a neurosurgeon in DOCTORS HOSPITAL from1975-1976. Enjoy George Peppard playing a doctor! This is rare and unique footage! Special thanks to luvhannibal, and this video is dedicated to Cathy! Find out all about George Peppard and join his diehard fans at: www.georgepeppardforeverfanclub.com
George Peppard as Col. John "Hannibal" Smith in one of my favourite episodes from the A-Team, called FIRE. More George on georgepeppard.come2me.nl
George Peppard as Hannibal, kissing the doctor before he locked her up in a closet... More George on georgepeppard.come2me.nl
Maybe you thought GEORGE PEPPARD only starred as Hannibal in "The A-Team" on TV. Actually, he had a very successful, cool series in the 1970s, where he played a sophisticated, snazzy and savvy Polish-American Insurance Investigator. He was superb in this role, which seemed to be tailor-made, especially for him. Here he is as "Banacek" with Christine Belford, his real-life lady love at the time. Those are real sparks flying. You can see the electricity between them. That's not just acting ...
cigar as the leader, Hannibal. I loved how 50 cars could go off a cliff and The A-Team could blow up 5 buildings with bazookas and shoot about 30000 rounds from an AK-47 at the bad guys, and they ALWAYS walked away unhurt. Classic. The background music is "Tuff Enuff" by The Fabulous Thunderbirds- remember them?!? They had another, lesser hit with "Wrap It Up" and guitarist Jimmy Vaughn was Stevie Ray Vaughn's brother. ... a-team simon and wxxa tv 23 commercial ad upstate new york 80s mr ...
You might have known him best as Hannibal, if you grew up in the 1980s, but GEORGE PEPPARD was so much more. He played many romantic leads from his film debut in 1957 to even one of his last leading roles in Night of The Fox. Here he is at his romantic best, just before he did "The A-Team", with lovely, lucky Lee Remick., from "Torn Between Two Lovers". Enjoy! If you just can't stop loving George, just go to: www.georgepeppardforeverfanclub.com
What a smile George Peppard had! He had it all... That certain way of looking at a woman, holding her, kissing her, and making her melt...Need we say more??? Of course, he wasn't just gorgeous. He was also incredibly talented. Join us in our 6th video celebration of this incredibly charismatic actor and human being. And remember to check us out at: www.georgepeppardforeverfanclub.com
GEORGE PEPPARD was born to play a private eye. He made a great bodyguard! Smart, sexy, sure, and strong; you knew you were safe when he was around to protect you. This is the fifth in a series of video tributes for our hero.... Enjoy him and beautiful Gayle Hunicutt from the rare film "PJ" (1968). If you need more rescuing by George Peppard, just go to: www.georgepeppardforeverfanclub.com
George Peppard loved starring in Westerns! He could ride horses, and shoot a pistol with the best of them. He was totally believable as a cowboy. Join us in celebrating the Wild West version of George Peppard! This the fourth video in a series celebrating GEORGE PEPPARD! Join us in honoring this fine actor and handsome man at: www.georgepeppardforeverfanclub.com
George Peppard was one of the most romantic actors. This is for the ladies...Enjoy! You'll find lots more George Peppard at: www.georgepeppardforeverfanclub.com