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The Caine Mutiny Court Martial by Herman Wouk adapted for broadcasting by WILLIAM GLEN-DOEPEL with Malcolm Hayes , Sean Sullivan and Jon Rollason
The story of the senior officers' mutiny in the United States highspeed mine-sweeper Caine. The play has been made out of the single chapter of the court-martial-skilfully built up to give a vivid picture of the voyage of the Caine and the whims and vagaries of Commander Queeg.
Produced by CEDRIC MESSINA Third broadcast


Unknown: Herman Wouk
Broadcasting By: William Glen-Doepel
Unknown: Malcolm Hayes
Unknown: Sean Sullivan
Unknown: Jon Rollason
Produced By: Cedric Messina
Lt Maryk: Jon Rollason
Lt Greenwald: Sean Sullivan
Lt -Com Challee: Gabriel Woolf
Captain Blakely: Rolf Lefebvre
Lt -Com Queeg: Malcolm Hayes
Lt Keefer: John Bennett
Signalman Third Class Urban: Jonathan White
Lt (Jr Grade) Keith: John Humphrey
Captain Southard: Marvin Kane
Dr Lundeen: John Hollis
Orderly: John Rye

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