1. Cigar Joe

    They look great Tony – I just happened to watch the film the morning I went – so it was fresh in my mind – but I think I’ll take some screen caps with me the next time to get even better comparison shots/camera angles and probably a few more locations. You could say that Hudson is almost a live wire for the cinematic memory of Film Noir (at least on the East Coast end).

  2. Sam Juliano

    I know the town well and have visited it on a number of occasions over the years. I salute you Ray for your fabulous work in taking the photos and matching them up with the corresponding shots from this great film noir. I didn’t realize this was the actual location of the shooting. It’s a favorite spot for writers and artists who want to live near the city, but not actually in it. I tried once to take photos myself of Hoboken and pair them with scenes from ON THE WATERFRONT. Ironically, Hoboken has been hit very hard over the past days from the monster storm. In any event, you have me wanting to visit Hudson again, to see some of these places.

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