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Gentleman's Agreement
     

Gentleman's Agreement

4.3 8
Director: Elia Kazan,

Cast: Elia Kazan, Gregory Peck, Dorothy McGuire, John Garfield

 

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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

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Gentleman's Agreement 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I stumbled upon this movie by accident watching PBS. Truly outstanding theme and excellent acting. This movie addresses the subtleties of prejudice and all of the dynamics that play into prejudice. This movie is a keeper.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm giving this disk only 3 stars because of the quality of the disk and its packaging, not because of the film. The film is great and deserved its Oscar. The image on the disk was dark and dim, and the sound faded in and out at times. However, the disk did not contain any of the additional features promoted on the box. It's a 20th Century Studio Classics box and lists additional audio commentary, booklet and promo slips, and 2 news reels. This disk does not have them. Similar items we have purchased from t his series, such as, How Green Was My Valley, contained the full list of features plus the back story booklet.. The DVD box arrived factory sealed.
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i remembered this film so well from college since it made such a big emotional impact on me. it may be more important to me than any other peck film? i think the weakest part of the movie was his fiance & i'm disppointed in the quick wrap-up happy ending as i thought celeste holm's character was a perfect match to gregory peck's character & apparently her character thought so too. i was impressed by how he treated his son, just as i was impressed how the father treated his children in to kill a mockingbird. occasionally the kid overacted but that often occurs in movies so it's easy to overlook when it's a minor role but not when it's a movie like ET or home alone but of course some people like kids who overact else those inane plots wouldn't be so popular
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