On the (Hoboken) Waterfront

1/31/2008 Update and Reminder:

A bump for the movie and pizza night, as well as news that an original cast member will be present!

Thomas Hanley, who played the boy with the pigeons on the roof with Marlon Brando, will attend the movie and speak afterwards. What a treat!

1/22/2008:

Next Saturday, February 2nd, 2008, Our Lady of Grace Church will be showing the acclaimed movie On The Waterfront.

As most of you probably already know, the movie was shot almost entirely on location, and used actual longshoremen as extras. Advance tickets available at OLG Rectory, 400 Willow Ave, Hoboken, NJ. For more information, please call 201-659-0369.

Who’d be the extras if the movie was re-shot in 2008? Realtors, construction workers, and machete-wielding nut-jobs?

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escaped68
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Will hanley be sober?

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Biffy B For Mayor

LOL @ the boy who played with the pigeons

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oh well okay

[quote comment=”63526″]At these prices, please tell me this is a fund raiser of some kind.[/quote]

you’re kidding, right?10 bucks for a flick, pizza, and soda? doesn’t sound so bad to me at all.

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At these prices, please tell me this is a fund raiser of some kind.

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nothing? well mabye a couple thing, such as the state laws governing, NO Smoking Notice, child labor laws, unemployment insurance, whistleblower protection, workers comp, minimum wages laws…and the fed level; the USERRRA, OSHA, EEOC, AFFIRMATIVE ACTION, and all of the legals fees that go with all of these regulations. i’ve read of many small businessses who have actually closed their doors because they could not afford to hire the affirm action employees demanded by the unions. so they all lost their jobs…
the legal cost arising from meeting all the regulations costs our economy $trillions….the only real winners are the lawyers.