|Title||B+W group photo of "On the Waterfront" filming in Hoboken: group of ten men near vehicles, Hoboken, no date, ca. late 1953-early 1954.|
|Object Name||Print, photographic|
|Collection||On the Waterfront Film Collection|
Black-and-white group photo of "On the Waterfront" filming in Hoboken: group of ten men near vehicles, none identified, Hoboken, no date, ca. late 1953-early 1954.
This image is from a group of thirty images originally in black-and-white taken during the filming of "On the Waterfront" at the Hoboken piers and shoreline. These copy images were made in color by Robert Foster. According to him, the owner (not identified by him) lost the originals shortly after these copies were made. Some are posed, some are candids. Total of 80 images on three rolls of color negative film with 30 prints (plus duplicates) from these rolls. Some negatives are missing and many frames are duplicates (bracketed exposures) of the same image. Prints were made in 1990. Size of original images was not recorded by Foster.
|Year Range from||1953|
|Year Range to||1954|
On the Waterfront
Holland America Line
|Notes||Three duplicate prints, copies 1, 2, 3. Prints are slightly cropped from negatives. Negative is Kodak 5100 Ektar 25, Kodak processing. Bob Foster made these copies in 1990. According to Foster, the owner of the prints lost them shortly after the copies were made.|
|Film Size||35 mm|
|Caption||character actors and extras posed near pier shooting location|