• Urban Reimaging
    City of Buffalo, the Waterfront Regeneration Trust, The City of Niagara Falls, and Chautauqua County government. One big question that arises in the minds of people when they hear about urban re-imaging is: What is the importance of promotion for the success of these cultural projects (the urban...
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  • How Does Kazan Convey Ideas About Good and Evil in 'on the Waterfront'?
    Elia Kazan's portrayal of good and evil in 'On the Waterfront' is more than it meets the eye. Good and Evil appear in seperate characters and also at different times on the same characters. More importantly, Elia Kazan gets an important message across; No character is truly evil. Good...
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  • On the Waterfront: the American Dream
    On the waterfront: the American Dream In Elia Kazan’s On the Waterfront the metaphor of the American dream is portrayed through some images that reconstruct the mirror of the American working-class society of the 50’s. The mise en- scène used in the film together with the characters...
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  • Life Goes on
    Waterfront, that they reflect the experiences of Carl Foreman (the writer of High Noon) and Elia Kazan with the House Committee on Un-American Activities. Foreman has openly assented to this, and Kazan has admitted that there are parallels. However, while this can give us insight of the personal...
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  • Dsaads
    Charley’s murder 1)Explain, in your own words, why Edie and Terry may have changed their opinions regarding what must be done about the corruption on the waterfront. Use quotes to support your ideas. Both Edie and Terrys opinions have changed throughout this scene, in different ways to one...
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  • On the Waterfront Shows the Dockworker's Poverty Through Cinematography
    Elia Kazan’s ‘On the Waterfront’ is a genuine part drama part gangster film, regarding problems of trade unionism, corruption and racketeering on the confining waterfront docks of New Jersey. The cinematography employed by Boris Kaufman plays a major role in the 1954 production, emphasizing the...
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  • The Coming and Going of Carriages
    Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night Is A Poem The Catholic teacher-in-training who falls for Terry Malloy. Not familiar with the lifestyle on the waterfront, she exhibits bravery by choosing to stick around through a dangerous time. An almost angelic gentle soul who often rescues stray animals...
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  • John Friendly Is a Stereotypical Villain. Dispute This, in Some Ways, He Deserves the Viewer's Sympathy. to What Extent Do You Agree?
    In Elia’ Kazan’s “On the Waterfront,” the audience are constantly confronted with moral dilemnas. This film focuses on the balance between our moral conscience and our need for survival. Kazan utilizes Johnny Friendly, a character that is insanely corrupt to test the limits of human tolerance and...
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  • “on the Waterfront Is as Much About Love as It Is About Redemption.” Discuss.
    “On the Waterfront is as much about love as it is about redemption.” Discuss. The film ‘On the waterfront’ is an Elia Kazan film set in the early 1950’s where crime gangs hold the power over the trade at the New York docks. ‘On the Waterfront’ depicts the lives of longshoreman on the docks and...
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  • Johnny Friendly Is a Stereotypical Villain
    Johnny Friendly is a stereotypical villain. Despite this, in some ways, he deserves the viewer’s sympathy’ To what extent do you agree with this view? Johnny Friendly, the corrupt leader of the Hoboken Waterfront 1950s, New York is mostly depicted as a cliched gangster in the film On the...
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  • ON the front
    On the Waterfront, released in 1954, is a classic film that brings cinematic elements and actors' performances to life. Studying this film helps one understand the acting tools implemented and the effect that it would have on the audience's perception of the film. Directed by Elia Kazan and...
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  • Business Development Plan
    Summary Name: Waterfront Villa Address: Plot no.268 (residential) Ward No.4 Hetauda, Makawanpur Phone No.: 051-520990 Built at a picturesque location, Waterfront Villa is the best getaway to retreat, relax and refresh both body and mind. Our hospitality provides one an aura of home...
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  • "On the Waterfront" and the 1950s
    the party, ignited a vibrant creative flame, the cultivation of which resulted in "On the Waterfront." Kazan created a versatile masterpiece that transcended every standard and expectation, perfectly representing an America that found itself under a long, Red shadow. Through the various conflicts and...
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  • john
    On the Waterfront is the battle between good and evil.” Do you agree? The film On the Waterfront directed by Elia Kazan depicts the conflict between righteous and evil in 1954. The dock workers live under the fear of Johnny Friendly, the leader of the corrupt mob run union. The antagonist...
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  • Cultural Immersion Paper
    Experience of Attending Harborfest When I first received the information about Harborfest, my husband and I decided to take a day off on June 8, 2013 (Saturday) to attend the event. We reached at Downtown Norfolk, Virginia Waterfront at 4.30pm. I saw a lot of people gathered in front of the...
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  • Home on the Waterfront
    Home on the Waterfront : Early Years - by Aili Topalian (ne Rintanen) October 2012 My father Gust Rintanen was the first in our family to emigrate to North America from Finland, in about 1920. He began his new life here by working for logging companies in Oregon and Washington in...
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  • South Camden Theatre Company Opens TRUE WEST by Sam Shepard
    the first time." All performances will be held Friday and Saturday evenings at 8 p.m. and Sunday afternoons at 2:00 p.m. at the 96-seat Waterfront South Theatre located at 400 Jasper Street in Camden, New Jersey. Tickets are available for purchase for $20 online at http://www.southcamdentheatre.org...
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  • On the Waterfront
    Elia Kazan’s On the Waterfront explores the complexities surrounding human relationship in particular the social implications of injustice, loyalty and betrayal. Fundamentally a family drama, On the Waterfront follows the events of the several families including the Malloy and Doyle families as...
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  • Family Loyalty
    FAMILY LOYALTY Near the exposition of On The Waterfront, Edie Doyle, kneeling at the side of her dead brother, cries “I want to know who killed my brother!” Her family loyalty, her relentless quest for the truth about corruption on the waterfront, initiates Terry’s moral dilemma and his eventual...
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  • english
    On The Waterfront Apologia – for Elia Kazan’s naming of names in the House On Un-American Activities Committees Directed by Elia Kazan Written by Budd Schulberg Score composed by Leonard Bernstein Cinematography by Boris Kaufman Shot in Hoboken, New Jersey after 36 days in 1953...
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