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Gentleman's Agreement (1947)

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
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Journalist Phil tells his mother, “I don’t want to depress the whole family.” (0:22)

His publisher’s niece Kathy tells Phil, “I must be out of my head.” (0:43)

A coworker tells Phil, “I’m slowly going crazy.” (0:52)

His old buddy Dave tells Phil, “You crazy fool.”
Phil: “After seven years alone you lose the instinct for marriage.” (1:09)

Dave tells fashion editor Anne, “Your timing is rotten, but your instincts are just great.”
Anne: “Here’s to my instinct.” (1:11)

A restaurant patron tells Dave, apologizing for another patron, “He’s terrible when he gets all tanked up.” (1:12)

Her sister Jane tells Kathy, “Oh darling, you’re mad.” (1:15)

Phil tells Kathy, referring to Phil’s son Tommy, “Oh, he’ll be crazy about it.” (1:19)

Anne, referring to Kathy and Phil, finishes Dave’s sentence, “... and depressing.” (1:21)

Phil tells Kathy, “You’re just going to... let their idiotic rules stand.” (1:30)

Phil confronts Kathy, “... people who think that anti-semitism is something away off in some dark crackpot place with low class morons.” (1:34)

HIs mother reads from Phil’s article: “I knew the rage that pitches through you when you see your own child shaken and dazed.” (1:54)