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Gregory Peck is excellent as the writer, and Dorothy McGuire turns in a good performance.
To her credit, though, she had one of the worst parts in the movie to convey - a difficult character, but also a badly-written character, too.
This film provides insight into the widespread prejudice against Jews that still existed in the USA in the middle of the 20th century.
being a fan of Gregory Peck I enjoyed this movie however the story line
dragged out a little . John Garfield was very good in his role.
The blu ray disc makes this film look brand new. It's a little dated but it still packs a punch.Published 25 days ago by ybarry45
I love classic old movies! This one is excellent :) I highly recommend this movie - Gregory Peck (The Guns of Navarone) and Dorothy McGuire's (Swiss Family Robinson) performance is... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Suzanne L Sisco
Brings to light many key issues regarding prejudice.
This was made after WW2 and clearly shows what
it was like in those being Jewish in America.
GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT (Dir. Elia Kazan, Prod. Daryl F. Zanuck, Writ. Moss Hart & Laura Z. Hobson, based on Hobson's novel Gentleman's Agreement, 1947, 118 minutes) ~... Read morePublished 1 month ago by E. (Harry) Hernandez
Classic Gregory Peck and typical light touch to the subject now but at it's time was
extremely impressive on this young preteen. A good film for Mr. Peck.