On the Waterfront

1954

N / A

108 Min

On the Waterfront

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On the Waterfront is a social criticism gangster film from director Elia Kazan, about an ex-boxer, who is part of the corruption of the trade unions for the men working on the waterfront in New York. A film about mob violence that won eight Academy Awards.

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Director:
Released:
Jul 28th, 1954
Budget:
$910,000.00
Revenue:
$9,600,000.00
Country:
USA

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- Working titles for the film included Crime on the Waterfront and Bottom of the River.

- The movie's line "I coulda been a contender." was voted as the #7 of "The 100 Greatest Movie Lines" by Premiere in 2007.

- Most of the solo shots of Rod Steiger during the famous taxicab scene were done after Marlon Brando had left for the day. Steiger was deeply hurt and annoyed at Brando's apparent rudeness,…More

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