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“He always had hope that a cure would be coming.” Pastor Bruce Oxford and the Bethel Baptist congregation “reached out to Mr.Coleman when he began to get ill and visited him, conducting church services at the nursing home during his time of need,” his family said. He enjoyed helping his church, an effort that was reciprocated in 2013 after he was diagnosed with ALS.“He never believed that the disease would defeat him,” said longtime friend Lorraine Poole-Naranjo.Put William Holden into the part and the journalist's final moral decision not to exploit his good fortune might have been a shock.
In Wyler's hands, the picture is a slightly overcooked soufflé, just a tad stodgy for a comedy, and Peck is no comedian: the jokes are always at his expense.In doing this he often ran, knowingly, the risk of being dull.One way of estimating Peck's talent and personality is to consider William Wyler's Roman Holiday (1953), which made a star out of Audrey Hepburn.and Berks Streets under the tutelage of coach Dan Corbitt, who encouraged him to compete on the rec center’s swim team. Coleman won many trophies for his swimming prowess and capitalized on that gift by working as a lifeguard for the Philadelphia Department of Recreation during the summer for 20 years.He also played basketball at Simon Gratz High School and excelled at that sport as well.
The most straitlaced of them all, Peck offered the screen a sort of nobility, honour and decency.