The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial (Library Edition Audio CDs) Audio CD – Unabridged, 10 October 2001
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- ISBN-10 : 158081218X
- ISBN-13 : 978-1580812184
- Product Dimensions : 14.88 x 2.51 x 17.83 cm
- Publisher : L.A. Theatre Works; Unabridged Edition (10 October 2001)
- Audio CD : 1 pages
- Language: : English
- Customer Reviews:
This compelling account of a mutiny at sea, when performed on stage or screen, seems real. It is fiction, from Wouk's own Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Caine Mutiny, which focuses on a 1945 U.S. Naval court-martial. Edgy, duplicitous Lt. Commander Queeg (portrayed by David Selby) testifies against honest if misguided Lt. Meryk (David Fendig), who deposed him to save a ship in a typhoon. The skilled cast of nine men, including Dan Lauria and Josh Stamberg, tend to speak rapidly when tension builds. In some brief instances, that may make if difficult to identify the speaker. The recording has studio clarity; recommended for students and enthusiasts of mid-20th-century classic drama. --Library Journal
From the Back Cover
This acclaimed WWII psychological court room drama was the sensation of 1954. The play portrays a mutiny of naval officers aboard the U.S.S. Caine. Their suspicions concerning their captain's sanity lead to their rebellion and a subsequent court - martial.
An L.A. Theatre Works full-cast performance featuring James Avery, Chuma Hunter-Gault, Ian Lithgow, Scott Lowell, Frank Muller, Michael Rivkin, David Selby and Grant Shaud.