When “To Kill a Mockingbird” was submitted to the British Board of Film Censors, they wrote a letter directly to Gregory Peck – not about cutting the film, but to say how much they enjoyed it.
Via: The Academy

When “To Kill a Mockingbird” was submitted to the British Board of Film Censors, they wrote a letter directly to Gregory Peck – not about cutting the film, but to say how much they enjoyed it.


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