|Directed by||Joseph Sargent|
|Written by||Hal Barwood|
|Produced by||Frank McCarthy|
|Edited by||George Jay Nicholson|
|Music by||Jerry Goldsmith|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
|Box office||$16,320,000 (US)|
MacArthur is a 1977 American biographical war film directed by Joseph Sargent and starring Gregory Peck in the eponymous role as American General of the Army Douglas MacArthur.
The film portrays MacArthur's (Gregory Peck) life from 1942, before the Battle of Bataan in World War II, to 1952, after he had been removed from his Korean War command by President Harry Truman (Ed Flanders) for insubordination. It is recounted in flashback as MacArthur visits West Point in 1962.
Gregory Peck said, "I admit that I was not terribly happy with the script they gave me, or with the production they gave me which was mostly on the back lot of Universal. I thought they shortchanged the production."
MacArthur received mixed reviews, it currently holds a 63% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
The film is recognized by American Film Institute in the following lists: