Study Help Film Versions of To Kill a Mockingbird

Here are some of the best or most noteworthy film versions of To Kill a Mockingbird to help you study and better understand the work.

To Kill a Mockingbird


Director: Robert Mulligan

Not Rated

This is a beautiful and moving adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel. Features Gregory Peck in a brilliant and compassionate performance as Atticus Finch, and Mary Badham in her first-ever film role as the story's protagonist, Scout. This movie won three Academy Awards in 1962, including the Oscar for best film, and is ranked at number 34 on the American Film Institute's list of 100 Greatest American Films.

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