CAINE MUTINY, THE (1954) Final Draft screenplay by Stanley Roberts, Michael Blankfort, May 6, 1953


Herman Wouk (source) Humphrey Bogart (actor) Final Draft Screenplay by Stanley Roberts, Additional Dialogue by Michael Blankfort, dated May 6, 1953. Hollywood: Columbia Pictures, 1953. Vintage original film script, USA. Quarto, plain wrappers with title written in black ink, brad bound, mimeograph, 161 pp. [with some pages of revisions on colored paper dated up through May 18, 1953]. Some spotting to back cover, near fine in very good+ wrappers.

Signed on title page by director Edward Dmytryk. A few penciled notes on title page and elsewhere in an unknown hand.

THE CAINE MUTINY, adapted from Herman Wouk’s novel, is a classic, and one of the great and memorable performances which Bogart gave late in his career in the role of Captain Queeg, a mentally unstable U.S. Navy captain in the Pacific during World War II, whose apparent mental meltdown leads his first officer to relieve him of command, an act from which a mutiny court martial ensues.

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