|Genre||Drama., Juvenile drama.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
Philip Francis Queeg - A young, ambitious, self-described "bookman," he presents one of the great mysteries of The Caine Mutiny. He acts stubbornly, rashly, and harshly in many circumstances, but the whether the symptoms actually add up to a clinical case of paranoia, as his men claim, is not clear. Directed by Robert Altman. With Eric Bogosian, Jeff Daniels, Brad Davis, Peter Gallagher. A full-length adaptation, originally staged as a play, of the court-martial segment from the novel "The Caine Mutiny".7/10(). The novel that inspired the now-classic film The Caine Mutiny and the hit Broadway play The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial, Herman Wouk's boldly dramatic, brilliantly entertaining novel of life-and mutiny-on a Navy warship in the Pacific theater was immediately embraced, upon its original publication in , as one of the first serious works of American fiction to grapple/5. "The Caine Mutiny" is one of my favorite war novels and movies. This production solely focuses on the Court Martial trial, of course. This film will make zero sense to a viewer who has not either seen the movie or, preferably, read the book. The clear goal here was to Rating: PG.
The movie was based on Herman Wouk's book, as is the Caine Mutiny Court-Martial, which is a two act play the Wouk wrote to adapt the novel for the theater. The Court-Martial play focuses only on the end of the story, the If you've ever watched the Caine Mutiny movie, you are familiar with the story/5. The Caine Mutiny (Court Martial) -movie--Whether the personality suggested here resembles one or more current and past politicians is left for the reader to consider.