Waterfront (1939 film)

Directed by Terry O. Morse
Produced by Bryan Foy
Hal B. Wallis
Jack L. Warner
Written by Lee Katz
Arthur Ripley
Fred Niblo, Jr.
Don Ryan
Based on Blind Spot
by Kenyon Nicholson
Music by Heinz Roemheld
Cinematography James Van Trees
Edited by Louis Hesse
Distributed by Warner Brothers
Release dates
July 15, 1939
Running time
59 minutes
Country USA
Language English

Waterfront is a 1939 actioncrime drama film directed by Terry O. Morse.[1] It was adapted from the play Blind Spot by Kenyon Nicholson.[2][3][4][5][6] It is preserved at the Library of Congress and produced & released by Warner Brothers.[7] [8] Waterfront stars Gloria Dickson, Dennis Morgan, and Marie Wilson.[1]


Jim Dolen (Morgan), head of a dock-worker's union, can't resist a good fight, Jim meets until Ann Stacey (Dickson) who makes him promise to give up fighting to marry her. When his brother Dan Dolen (Gardner) is killed by Mart Hendler (Bond]). Jim, with the aid of his pal Frankie Donahue (Williams), sneaks out to go after Mart. Mart is hiding out with his girlfriend Marie (Bromley).




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