I Cover the Waterfront (1933) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by James Cruze and produced by Edward Small.
I Cover the Waterfront (James Cruze, 1933)By Judy on Sep 20, 2013 From Movie Classics
This is my contribution to the Journalism in Classic Film blogathon organised by Comet over Hollywood and Lindsay’s Movie Musings – please do visit and read the other postings. Ben Lyon and Claudette Colbert Many 1930s films about journalists are set in big city newsrooms, with multiple ... Read full article
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[then looks up to see her for the first time]
One Punch McCoy: But I'm afraid it would take months and months.
Julie Kirk: Men never know what the sea really looks like. Women know. When they've looked out there for years, waitin' for somebody to come back.
One Punch McCoy: When two men agree, one is superfluous.
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