Caine Mutiny, the

A totally exhilarate adaptation of Herman Wouk's Pulitzer Prize winning novel starring Humphrey Bogart as the notorious Captain Queeg, the authority of the broken down naval ship, the Caine. His skeptical crew thinks their captain is insane which brings the ship to a serious and mutinous situation! Van Johnson stars as the first mate and he does a great job. Fred MacMurray's performance as the intellectual officer is exquisite, but Humphrey Bogart's certainly does the best out of the bunch. The Caine Mutiny should be considered one of the greatest films of all time and it still holds well today even though there was never a mutiny in the United States Navy. Recommended for everyone!

Movie reviewed by Michael Lawrence



Humphrey Bogart, Jose Ferrer, Van Johnson, Robert Francis, May Wynn, Fred MacMurray, E.G. Marshall, Lee Marvin, Claude Akins

Directed by:

Edward Dmytryk


1954 war/drama

Not Rated.


Don Ignacio's score: A+

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