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Stallone plays a Cleveland warehouse worker who becomes involved in the labor union leadership of the fictional "Federation of Inter-State Truckers" (F. When Dombrowsky drops a few carts of tomatoes, his pay is docked and another worker is fired for helping him collect the fallen merchandise. Soon Monahan, Kovak and Belmin begin working to get the F.
is a 1978 American drama film directed by Norman Jewison and starring Sylvester Stallone. At a loading dock in Cleveland in 1937, supervisor Mr. Gant tells Dombrowsky that he will be paid for his regular shift only even if he must work overtime, and that any merchandise he damages will come directly out of his pay.
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