2 comments on “On the Waterfront

  1. Nice review of one of my favorites.

    The blinds in the back window of the car remind me that the producer forgot (or didn’t want to) pay for rear-projection equipment, so there was nothing outside the window but the bare set. But then, for all the closeups of Steiger doing his lines there, Brando was off at his analyst’s.

  2. Marlon Brando was the best actor of his time.
    I worked the pier the movie was filmed on.
    I should have had a part in that film.
    You don’t understand I coulda had class, I could of been a contender, I coulda been somebody, instead of a hero which is what I am.

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