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Johnny Damico botches a murder case and is suspended from the force. In reality, he is put undercover to identify the mysterious boss of the NY waterfront who has murdered everyone in his... See more »

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Johnny Damico
Betty Buehler ...
Mary Kiernan
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Thomas 'Tom' Clancy
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Police Lt. Banks
Matt Crowley ...
Smoothie
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Gunner
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Joe Castro
Walter Klavun ...
Police Sgt. Bennion
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Peggy Clancy (as Lynne Baggett)
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Doris Clancy
Ralph Dumke ...
Police Commissioner
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Tony
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Russell - Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
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Dockworker in Bar (uncredited)
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Ship's Mate (uncredited)
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Jack - Longshoreman (uncredited)
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Policeman Cullen (uncredited)
Virginia Chapman ...
Nurse at Reception Desk (uncredited)
Fred Coby ...
Plainclothesman (uncredited)
Don De Leo ...
Cigar Store Proprietor (uncredited)
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Culio (uncredited)
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Clegg's Doctor (uncredited)
Paul Dubov ...
Johnson - Mobile Unit #3 Man (uncredited)
Jack Finley ...
Man (uncredited)
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Thug Beating Mary (uncredited)
Tom Greenway ...
Man (uncredited)
Kenneth Harvey ...
Paul (uncredited)
Mary Alan Hokanson ...
Nurse in Mary's Room (uncredited)
Richard Irving ...
Prowl Car Driver (uncredited)
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Detective Mason (uncredited)
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Man Leaving Phone Booth (uncredited)
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Daniels - Mobile Unit #2 Detective (uncredited)
Charles Marsh ...
Waiter (uncredited)
Sydney Mason ...
Street Cop (uncredited)
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Talbert (uncredited)
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Prowl Cop #2 (uncredited)
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Bruiser - Big Longshoreman at Union Hall (uncredited)
Al Mellon ...
Joe (uncredited)
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Gas Station Attendant (uncredited)
Art Millan ...
Police Officer Bill Gerrity (uncredited)
Dick Pinner ...
Man (uncredited)
Peter Prouse ...
Fred - Pawnbroker (uncredited)
William Pullen ...
Plotter (uncredited)
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Cop (uncredited)
Ernie Venneri ...
Crewman Debarking Ship with Johnny (uncredited)
Peter Virgo ...
Detective Driving Bakery Truck (uncredited)
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Radford (uncredited)
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District Attorney (uncredited)

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Robert Parrish

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William Bowers ... (screen play)
 
Ferguson Findley ... (based on a story by)
 
Ferguson Findley ... (novel "Waterfront") (uncredited)

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Jerry Bresler ... producer

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George Duning ... (musical score)

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Joseph Walker ... director of photography

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Charles Nelson

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Cary Odell

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Frank Tuttle

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Clay Campbell ... makeup artist
Helen Hunt ... hair styles

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James Nicholson ... assistant director

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Lodge Cunningham ... sound engineer

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Morris Stoloff ... musical director
Arthur Morton ... orchestrator (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

Police detective Damico, outwitted by mob killer Blackie Clay, is nominally suspended; actually he goes undercover (as Tim Flynn, ex-con longshoreman) to find Clay and expose the waterfront rackets. In character, Damico throws his weight around so much that the mobsters try to get rid of him; surviving this, he begins to realize that few of those around him are what they seem. Written by Rod Crawford

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Taglines The mob that defied the Kefauver Committee See more »
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Also Known As
  • Waterfront (United States)
  • Remember That Face (Ireland, English title)
  • Remember That Face (United Kingdom)
  • Dans la gueule du loup (France)
  • El poder invisible (Spain)
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  • 87 min
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Trivia The intro music in this picture is the same one in "The Big Heat (1953)" (1953). See more »
Goofs In scenes set in a pawn shop and an all-night diner (apparently shot in interiors on standing street sets), actors' frosty breath can be seen even though they're supposed to be inside real businesses that would presumably have been heated. See more »
Quotes Johnny Damico: Who are the girls?
Thomas Clancy: Would you know any more if I gave you the names? They're women.
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