Gentleman's Agreement ()

directed by Elia Kazan
featuring Gregory Peck, Dorothy McGuire, John Garfield, Celeste Holm, June Havoc

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Adapted by Moss Hart from the novel by Laura Z. Hobson, this film stars Gregory Peck as recently widowed journalist Phil Green. With a growing son (Dean Stockwell) to support, Green is receptive to the invitation of magazine publisher John Minify (Albert Dekker) to write a series of hard-hitting articles on the scourge of anti-Semitism. In order to glean his information first hand, Green decides to pose as a Jew. As the weeks go by, Green experiences all manner of prejudice, the most insidious being the subtle, "gentleman's ...

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Dr. Nelson

Dec 9, 2010

A Must Have!

In a time when the movie's subject matter was taboo and the producers and actors themselves were threstened with being blackballed, they made a riveting, thoughtful, dynamically executed film. The irony, (sadly), it's as true today in MANY ways as it was back in 1963. Gregory Peck's performance was stellar. Get it, you'll be glad you did.


Aug 19, 2010

Landmark Movie!

This movie is a reminder of a time when it was acceptable to be anti-semitic in the USA. Excellent movie.

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