|Directed by||Arthur Lubin|
|Produced by||Trem Carr|
|Written by||Norman Houston|
|Based on||novel by Norman Houston|
Rod La Rocque
|Distributed by||Republic Pictures|
California gubernatorial candidate Burton (Lyon) is about to cast his vote, when a truck crashes into the polling booth, critically injuring him and his opponent. A flashback traces his career from unemployed veteran to dockworker in San Francisco to lawyer. A side story traces his tortured relationship with his wife.
In April 1935 Republic announced they intended to make a film based on the novel Frisco Waterfront by Norman Houston, based on the 1934 West Coast waterfront strike.
- Frisco Waterfront at New York Times
- Schallert, E. (1936, Mar 26). Dionne family, minus quintuplets, to play in "where are my children?". Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/164544032
- SCREEN NOTES. New York Times 20 Apr 1935: 16.
- All-Star Cast Will Enact Screen Version of Halper Novel Los Angeles Times 5 Oct 1935: A7
- Vagg, Stephen (September 14, 2019). "The Cinema of Arthur Lubin". Diabolique Magazine.
- Frisco Waterfront at IMDB
- Frisco Waterfront at Letterbox DVD
- Frisco Waterfront at BFI
- Frisco Waterfront at TCMD