On the Waterfront

Give me that.
Get away!
-Give it to me!

Give it to me!
What makes you so special?
Things are looking up on the dock.
Don't you recognise her?
That's Joey Doyle's sister.

Give me that.
-You're Joey Doyle's sister?
-Yes, I am.

You don't wanna go to work today anyhow.
lt's been nice wrestling with you.
Pop. Here's your tab, take it.
All right, give it to me. I can use it.
Now get back to the sisters
where you belong.

I'm surprised at you, Father,
if you don't mind my saying so.

Letting her see things ain't fit
for the eyes of a decent girl.

All right, that's all. Come back tomorrow.
What do you do now?
Like Big Mac said, come back tomorrow.
Tomorrow? No ship tomorrow.
I've been standing here for five
straight mornings and that bum there...

-Come on, get out of here!
-...looks right through you.

-I'm sorry, Father, I didn't mean it.
-What do you want to do?

Come on, let's go get a ball.
Wait a minute.
ls this all you do, just take it like this?

What about your unions?
No other union in the country'd
stand for a thing like that.

The waterfront is tougher, Father,
like it ain't part of America.

-Do you know how a trigger local works?
-No. How?

You get up in the meeting, you make a
motion, the lights go out, then you go out.

That's how it's been since Johnny
and his cowboys took over the local.

Name one place where it's safe
to talk without getting clobbered.

-The church.