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Mutiny on the Bounty [Blu-ray] [1962]

Release Date:11/08/2011

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    Special Features

    • Alternate Prologue and Epilogue Sequences not seen theatrically
    • 2006 Featurette After the Cameras Stopped Rolling: The Journey of the Bounty
    • 4 Vintage Featurettes: The Story of H.M.S. Bounty
    • The Bounty's Voyage to St. Petersburg
    • The Bounty: Star Attraction at the New York World's Fair
    • H.M.S. Bounty Sails Again! Millions cheer famous ship on exciting voyage
    • Theatrical trailer


    Mutiny on the Bounty
    This colorful remake of the 1935 version again concerns the crew and treatment of the HMS Bounty by a cold hearted sadistic captain. Captain Bligh (Trevor Howard) boards the ship in Portsmouth, England, to embark on a mission to bring tropical breadfruit trees to Jamaica. Fletcher Christian (Marlon Brando) is the aristocratic second mate who welcomes the new captain aboard. Christian's view of the captain sours with the cruel treatment of the crew and the dangerous decision to round Cape Horn. The Bounty sails into the teeth of a ferocious winter storm which is another in a long line of indignities suffered on the journey. John Mills (Richard Harris) is punished for stealing cheese. A sailor is ordered to stay aloft in the crow's nest, nearly resulting in death. The crew finds temporary paradise in Tahiti before Bligh's behavior becomes intolerable for the once faithful Christian. The crew revolts and sends the captain on his way in a small rowboat. Settling on Pitcairn Island, the crew soon realizes they may never see England again. Mills burns the ship to insure the trip is never made. Christian attempts to save the only means of transportation of their new island home. Lewis Milestone directed the film which was plagued by constant cost overruns to the tune of 18 million dollars. Brando's legendary ego clashed with results as turbulent as the fictitious trip around stormy Cape Horn. The movie retained slightly over half the cost of the production price tag in its initial release. ~ Dan Pavlides, Rovi

    Cast & Crew

    • Marlon Brando
      Marlon Brando - Fletcher Christian
    • Trevor Howard
      Trevor Howard - Capt. William Bligh
    • Richard Harris
      Richard Harris - John Mills
    • Hugh Griffith
      Hugh Griffith - Alexander Smith
    • Richard Haydn
      Richard Haydn - William Brown

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