Video -- Classic Cool Theater's Newsreel: Gary Cooper and Gregory Peck Attend France's Night of Stars | KCET
Video -- Classic Cool Theater's Newsreel: Gary Cooper and Gregory Peck Attend France's Night of Stars
Some people can't get enough news, so here's one more source for you: the headlines of yesterday. Every installment of KCET's Classic Cool Theater offers not only a movie but also a vintage cartoon, musical number and news reel. And here's that news footage of old. In this installment: Gary Cooper and Gregory Peck attend France's Night of Stars
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