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Peck's peak based on harper lee's semiautobiographical, pulitzer prize-winning novel of 1960, to kill a mockingbird is a hauntingly nostalgic portrayal of childhood mischief set in a racially divided alabama town in the 1930s. Mary badham (born october 7, 1952) is an american actress, known for her portrayal of jean louise scout finch in to kill a mockingbird (1962), for which she was nominated for an academy award for best supporting actress.
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