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

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