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The Caine Mutiny

Humphrey Bogart  Actor José Ferrer  Actor Van Johnson  Actor Fred MacMurray  Actor Robert Francis  Actor May Wynn  Actor

MPAA Rating: NR
Contains:Suitable for Children

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The Caine Mutiny

UPC: 043396369276

Studio: Sony Pictures

MPAA Rating: NR   Contains:[Suitable for Children]

Summary: Robert Francis is at the center of the story as Willis Keith, a newly-minted ensign assigned to the destroyer/minesweeper U.S.S. Caine during World War II. Soon after his arrival, the ship gets a new captain, Lt. Comdr. Philip Francis Queeg Humphrey Bogart, a tough, no-nonsense veteran officer who tries to turns the crew into proper sailors and the Caine into a tight ship, engendering resentment from some of the men and several of his officers. A veteran of difficult years of service for too long, Queeg has insecurities about himself, his command, and his career that begin to manifest themselves as spells of temper over small details that cause him to make mistakes. Lt.Keefer (Fred MacMurray), the glib-tongued communications officer, begins making suggestions to the ship's sincere but overburdened first officer, Lt. Steve Maryk (Van Johnson), that Queeg may have mental problems. Maryk initially rejects these suggestions, and tries to support the captain, but conditions deteriorate to the point where Maryk is forced to relieve Queeg of command, and is charged -- along with Keith, who supported him -- with mutiny. Enter Lt. Barney Greenwald (Jose Ferrer), a lawyer in civilian life, who reluctantly agrees to help them, mostly out of sympathy for the impossible predicament in which Maryk has found himself trapped. ~ Bruce Eder, Rovi

Category: Drama

Awards: Best British Film – British Academy of Film and Television Arts Best Director – Directors Guild of America Best Actor – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Editing – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Editing – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Screenplay – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Picture – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Drama or Comedy Score – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Sound – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Best Supporting Actor – Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

Features: Commentary by Richard Peña and Ken Bowser
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The Caine Mutiny

Format: Blu-ray

Release Date: 12/06/2011

Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1 Theatre Wide-Screen

Audio: DHMA null, DD1 Dolby Digital Mono

Runtime: 124 Minutes

Sides: 1

Number of Discs: 1

Language(s) English,French,German,Portuguese,Spanish

Subtitles: English,French,German

Bruce Eder

In bringing Herman Wouk's novel about life aboard a destroyer-minesweeper in the Pacific during World War II to the screen, producer Stanley Kramer was working under numerous constraints. Knowing that The Caine Mutiny would be Kramer's final film for the company, Columbia Pictures president Harry Cohn made sure the budget on The Caine Mutiny was cut to the absolute bone, and took the chance that Bogart's name, coupled with the popularity of the book, would ensure a hit film. From such a financial and creative straightjacket, a great film was made, mostly by virtue of Edward Dmytryk's direction and some excellent central performances: not just Humphrey Bogart's tired, troubled Lt. Comdr. Queeg, but also Van Johnson as the well-meaning but ultimately foolhardy first officer Lt. Maryk; Robert Francis as the naïve and very foolish Ensign Keith; Fred MacMurray as the glib-tongued, manipulative Lt. Keefer; and Jose Ferrer as the unwilling defense attorney Barney Greenwald, who achieves a victory that has nothing to do with justice, right and wrong, or truth. Bogart gives one of his finest late-career performances, calling up the same mixture of bravado, fear, and irrationality that informed his performance as Fred C. Dobbs in John Huston's The Treasure of the Sierra Madre six years before, crawling with little neurotic affects that make him startling to watch. Coupled with MacMurray's smooth-talking treacherousness and Johnson's stalwart performance, plus Francis' bright-eyed, bushy-tailed enthusiasm, the characters make for a memorable and compelling two-hour-plus dramatic experience. ~ Bruce Eder, Rovi

Cast and Crew: Michael Blankfort  Screenwriter 
Edward Dmytryk  Director 
Stanley Kramer  Producer 
Stanley Roberts  Screenwriter 
Max Steiner  Composer (Music Score) 
Humphrey Bogart  Actor 
José Ferrer  Actor 
Van Johnson  Actor 
Fred MacMurray  Actor 
Robert Francis  Actor 
May Wynn  Actor 
Tom Tully  Actor 
E.G. Marshall  Actor 
Arthur Franz  Actor 
Lee Marvin  Actor 
Warner Anderson  Actor 
Claude Akins  Actor 
Katherine Warren  Actor 
Jerry Paris  Actor 
Steve Brodie  Actor 
Todd Karns  Actor 
Whit Bissell  Actor 
James Best  Actor 
Joe Haworth  Actor 
James Edwards  Actor 
Don Dubbins  Actor 
David Alpert  Actor 
Don Anderson  Actor 
Herbert Anderson  Actor 
Robert Bray  Actor 
Ted Cooper  Actor 
Don Keefer  Actor 
Eddie Laguna  Actor 
Dayton Lummis  Actor 
Kenneth MacDonald  Actor 
Paul McGuire  Actor 
Tyler McVey  Actor 
Patrick Miller  Actor 
Richard Norris  Actor 
Gaylord "Steve" Pendleton  Actor 
Jay Richards  Actor 
James Todd  Actor 
Donald Dillaway  Actor 

Country: USA