Four’s a Crowd is a short documentary that comically portrays four types of workers (all played by filmmaker Jock Levy) in the waterfront industry – Glass-arm Harry, Tiddly Pete, Nick-away Ned and Ron the Roaster. Each scenario illustrates the negative impact of their behaviour on fellow workmates and the union at large. All four characters, shown in a superimposed shot at the end, reluctantly agree with the narrator that wharfies need to stay focused on the job.
Filmed, edited and produced by Norma Disher, Keith Gow and Jock Levy - Waterside Workers Federation Film Unit.
Australian Manufacturing Workers Union (AMWU)
Australian Services Union (ASU)
Australian Workers Union (AWU)
Construction Forestry Mining & Energy Union (CFMEU)
Electrical Trades Union (ETU)
Maritime Union Of Australia (MUA)
Public Service Association of NSW (PSA)
Unions NSW (Unions NSW)
Australian Council Of Trade Union (ACTU)
International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF)
International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)
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