We have collected the best Waterfront Quotes by famous authors including Majora Carter, Christian Siriano, Eva Marie Saint, Barry Keoghan, Vincent Frank and many others, we hope that among them you will find the right thought.
Prior to Katrina, the South Bronx and New Orleans’ Ninth Ward had a lot in common. Both were largely populated by poor people of color, both hotbeds of cultural innovation: think hip-hop and jazz. Both are waterfront communities that host both industries and residents in close proximity of one another.
Well I am from Annapolis Maryland. I went to High school in Baltimore, but I grew up in Annapolis. It was a cute town. We lived on a waterfront community. It was good, even though I don’t really fit the preppy boater kind of style.
As you get older, you’re doing different parts, but the young people, like yourself, they keep you excited, because they’ll see Waterfront, and they’ll want to talk about it.
Eva Marie Saint
I started getting interested in the craft and watching old movies, and they’re the ones that reach out to me the most – films like ‘Cool Hand Luke’ and ‘On the Waterfront.’ So I start watching all of these, and I was getting educated, and I started being interested in this acting thing, if that’s what they call it.
As a planning board commissioner, I have to review the applications for development throughout the city, and the bulk of those applications have been for the waterfront. I think the progress the waterfront has made is amazing.
Everyone’s inspired by Brando. When I started acting, my dad showed me ‘On the Waterfront,’ and I thought, ‘That’s the coolest guy I’ve ever seen.’
In more than 500 instances, from the Gulf of Alaska to Bar Harbor, Maine, FEMA has remapped waterfront properties from the highest-risk flood zone, saving the owners as much as 97 percent on the premiums they pay into the financially strained National Flood Insurance Program.
Growing up, I loved films like ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ and ‘On the Waterfront’ and became a huge fan of Marlon Brando.
I love walking along Leith’s waterfront and wandering around some of New Town’s beautiful streets and squares, with their gorgeous Georgian architecture.
My father lost his leg in 1927 playing soccer. A kick broke his leg; gangrene set in. They sawed it off. So he didn’t get what a lot of Irish immigrants got, which was a job on the Waterfront – he didn’t get that.
Alex Higgins was my hero, so to play in Belfast, at the superb Waterfront Hall, is very special to me.
My mum raised me on ‘On the Waterfront,’ ‘Gone with the Wind’ and ‘Rear Window.’
What was bizarre, when I was younger, I never watched TV. I would rather watch a movie 100 times than to watch a TV show, just to find another nuance. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve watched ‘On the Waterfront’, just to find a flaw so that I can learn and try to improve my thing.
The first time I met Brando was on a street corner. I was 14. He was walking down the street, and I saw him coming, and I thought, ‘It’s Marlon Brando.’ And he was wearing what turned out to be his outfit from ‘On the Waterfront,’ because he was shooting.
Sometimes you read things that people don’t even notice in a performance, that you just are moved by or understand that this actor is really living his or her life on the screen. The first time I realized that was when I watched Brando in ‘On the Waterfront.’
When I think of character actors, I think of Spencer Tracy; I think of Gene Hackman, Robert Duvall. When I was a young lad watching films, my eyes were on them – watching ‘On the Waterfront,’ my eyes are on Rod Steiger and Karl Malden, not on Brando.
Geo-stationary orbit is actually real estate – you can only put so many satellites up there. It’s like waterfront property at the beach. Everyone builds the biggest thing they can put up there.