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Sunday-Night Theatre presents: The Caine Mutiny Court Martial

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A play based on his novel by Herman Wouk.
Adapted and produced by Alvin Rakoff.
[Starring] Paul Douglas with William Sylvester, Nigel Stock, Richard Leech
Time: February 1945. The action takes place in and around O.S. Naval buildings in San Francisco harbour.
Acknowledgement is made to The Royal Navy for their generous assistance in this production.

Contributors

Author of play and novel: Herman Wouk
Adapter/producer: Alvin Rakoff
Designer: John Cooper
Charge Officer: Sheldon Lawrence
Lt Stephen Maryk: Nigel Stock
Lt Barney Greenwald: William Sylvester
Lt Thomas Keefer: Warren Stanhope
Lt Com John Challee: Richard Leech
Captain Blakely: John Longden
Lt Com Philip Francis Queeg: Paul Douglas
Signalman Third Class Junius Urban: Vivian Matalon
Lt (Jr Grade) Willis Seward Keith: David Gardner
Captain Randolph Southard: Jerold Wells
Dr Forest Lundeen: Martin Wyldeck
Dr Bird: Robert Gallico
Stenographer: Kenneth Warren
Court Orderly: Danny Moynihan
Court Orderly: Michael Caine
Other parts played by: Reginald Atkinson
Other parts played by: Phil Mansel Durham
Other parts played by: Henry Soskin
Other parts played by: Peter Boretski
Other parts played by: John Cater
Other parts played by: Martin Friend
Other parts played by: Kim Johnson
Other parts played by: Sheldon Allan
Other parts played by: Patrick Milner
Other parts played by: Derek Murcott
Other parts played by: Ian White
Other parts played by: Janet Hicks
Other parts played by: Bernelle Tucker
Other parts played by: Sally Corday
Other parts played by: John Wilding
Other parts played by: David Brierley

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Sunday-Night Theatre presents: The Caine Mutiny Court Martial

BBC Television, 1 June 1958 20.30






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