Though it has understandably lost some of its impact over the years, Gentleman's Agreement was a daring treatment of an "unmentionable" subject in its time. Adapted by Moss Hart from the novel by Laura Z. Hobson, the 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.
- 1 hr 58 minNRHDSD
- Nov 11, 1947