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On the Waterfront (BBC Radio)

by Budd Schulberg

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This LT work is Budd Schulberg's play On the Waterfront. Please distinguish between it, Schulberg's novel Waterfront, and the various other treatments of the same story or similar material. Thank you.
This LT work is an L.A. Theatre Works production of Budd Schulberg's, On the Waterfront. Please distinguish between it, Schulberg's novel Waterfront, and the various other treatments of the same story or similar material. Thank you.
This LT work is a BBC Radio production of Budd Schulberg's, On the Waterfront. Please distinguish between it, Schulberg's novel Waterfront, and the various other treatments of the same story or similar material. Thank you.
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Terry Malloy, a street survivor, unwittingly lures a rebellious longshoremen to his death in this drama about the New York waterfront, the racketeering unions controlling it and the kid who "coulda been a contender."

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