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I personally think George Peppard was one of the best men who ever lived. Not only was he very sexy, but also elegant and well mannered for the most part. His movie roles and television shows will always have a special place in my heart. You were the best George, and still are! We miss you!! xx
A sexy handsome vibrant underutilized leading man
- Sharon Codd
George Peppard's first major role was as Robert Mitchum's illegitimate son in Home from the Hill, for which he won the Nat'l Board of Review's Best Supporting Actor in 1960. He followed that with The Subterraneans in 1960 and then came perhaps his best role of all, leading man to Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's. A most handsome meticulous method actor and graduate of NY Actor's Studio, George not only excelled in dramatic roles, but showed a flair for comedy as well, in What's so Bad about Feeling Good opposite Mary Tyler Moore, and One More Train To Rob.
Great American Leading Man
- David Atkins
George Peppard was an MGM star joining Jim Hutton, Paula Prentiss, Richard Chamberlain and Yvette Mimieux in a great stock company. Peppard's career rocked off to a great star with "Home From The HIll" a fine Vincente Minnelli film and then followed with loanouts for "Breakfast At Tiffany's" "The Victors" and a super hit, "Carpetbaggers" and back at MGM for the giant westernall star "How The West Was Won", and finally a grand MGM war caper "Operation Crossbow" Peppard had a smashing early career working with Audrey Hepburn, Sophia Loren, Greg Peck, Rock Hudson, Vincente Minnelli, John Ford, Albert Finney, et al, and then after his career cooled he went to TV and a big hit "The A Team", I met him personally in London, a gentleman.
- tracey c. smith
02 21 2008 George Peppard was the best actor in "The Blue Max" (1966). Tracey C. Smith