Kathy`s attitude is revealed later that she and Phil announce their engagement. His sister Jane (Jane Wyatt) invited him to a party at his home in Darien, Connecticut, known as a “restricted” community in which Jews were not welcome. Fearing a clumsy scene, Kathy wants to tell her family and friends that Phil claims to be Jewish, but Phil imposes himself against Kathy to tell only Jane. At the party, everyone is very friendly with Phil, although many people are “unable” to participate at the last minute. Phil`s childhood friend Dave Goldman (John Garfield), who is Jewish, moved to New York for a job and lived with the Greens while looking for a home for his family. Dave also knows about anti-Semitism when someone in the armed forces tells him that he hates Jews and finds himself in a brief fight before the biased soldier is abducted. Accommodation is rare in the city, but particularly difficult for Goldman, as not all homeowners rent to a Jewish family. When Phil Dave talks about his project, Dave is a support, but he`s worried. In the magazine, a secretary is assigned to Phil, Elaine Wales (June Havoc), who reveals that she too is Jewish. She changed her name to the position (her candidacy under her real Jewish name, Estelle Wilovsky, was rejected). After Phil Minify informed of the Experience in Wales, Minify ordered the magazine to adopt hiring guidelines open to Jews. Wales has reservations about the new policy, fearing that the “false Jews” will be abandoned and ruin things for the few Jews who now work there. Phil meets fashion editor Anne Dettrey (Celeste Holm), who becomes a good friend and perhaps more, especially as tensions develop between Phil and Kathy.
While Phil is researching his story, he experiences several incidents of bigotry. When his mother has heart disease, the doctor advises him not to see a specialist with an obviously Jewish name, suggesting that he may be affected. When Phil reveals that he is Jewish himself, the doctor becomes uncomfortable and leaves. In addition, the concierge is shocked to see that a Jewish name appears on the mailbox, instead of his Christian name. Although Phil wants to celebrate his honeymoon in a posh hotel for the rich in the country, the hotel manager refuses to register Phil because Phil is Jewish and tells him to sign up for another hotel instead. Tommy becomes the target of bullies when his comrades discover that he is Jewish. Phil worries about the way Kathy tommy consoles and tells him that his mockery about “dirty Jews” is false because he is not Jewish, not that the nickname itself is false. Courageous: Toffster wants to move away from the classic business outfit with a gray striped tie and suit. A little extravagant, but nevertheless practical on a daily basis, this is the guide to the Potsdam start-up. The all-male fashion label was founded by Nadine Krau-Weiler. “My goal is to create a look that convinces with refinement, but that stays on a daily basis.
To do this, the collection offers pieces that fit perfectly into the business context, “the young designer who developed the idea of her company during her parental leave. Men with or without a taste for fashion should take a look at Toffster. Gentleman`s Agreement is a 1947 American film based on Laura Z. Hobson`s 1947 bestseller of the same name. This is a journalist (played by Gregory Peck) who pretends to be a Jew to research widespread distrust and aversion to Jews in New York and the prosperous communities of New Canaan, Connecticut and Darien, Connecticut, Connecticut.