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(1947)
Movie Gentleman's Agreement
Elia Kazan directed this movie in 1947
Title Gentleman's Agreement
Year 1947
Director Elia Kazan
Genre Drama, Romance
Plot – Phil is a well-known journalist who moves to New York to write a series of articles about anti-Semitism. He meets the magazine director's granddaughter, Katy, and between them arises a tender feeling. Phil pretends to be of Jew origins to write his articles and he finds intolerance and contempt everywhere. David, Phil's childhood Jew friend, asks him some help to find a job. Phil accepts it gladly but he faces many obstacles.
All actors – Gregory Peck, Dorothy McGuire, John Garfield, Celeste Holm, Anne Revere, June Havoc, Albert Dekker, Jane Wyatt, Dean Stockwell, Nicholas Joy, Sam Jaffe, Harold Vermilyea, Ransom M. Sherman, , Monya Andre, Louise Buckley, Patricia Cameron, Jack Conrad, Curt Conway, Olive Deering, Irene Dehn, Jane Earle, Morgan Farley, Franklyn Farnum, Grace Field, Helen Gerald, Fred Godoy, Wilton Graff, Jane Green, Virginia Gregg, Tom Handley, Joe Haworth, Hallene Hill, Edna Holland, Art Howard, Bert Howard, Mauritz Hugo, Boyd Irwin, Robert Karnes, Leo Kaye, Kenner G. Kemp, Victor Kilian, Mike Lally, Raymond Largay, Gustave Lax, George Leigh, Lewis Leverett, Arthur Little Jr., Kathleen Lockhart, Louise Lorimer, Ken Lynch, Lee MacGregor, Adrienne Marden, Marion Marshall, Noel Mills, Marlyn Monk, Henry Mowbray, Howard Negley, Gene Nelson, John Newland, Stella Rae, Herbert Ratner, Pattie Robbins, Roy Roberts, Wallace Scott, Larry Steers, Amzie Strickland, Laura Treadwell, Robert Warwick, Jesse White, Frank Wilcox, Barbara Wooddell, Mary Worth
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