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The Mutineers (film)

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The Mutineers
Directed byJean Yarbrough
Written byBen Bengal
Joseph Carole
Story byDan Gordon
Produced bySam Katzman
StarringJon Hall
Adele Jergens
George Reeves
CinematographyIra H. Morgan
Edited byJames Sweeney
Production
company
Columbia Pictures
Distributed byColumbia Pictures
Release date
April 22, 1949 (premiere)
April 26, 1949
Running time
60 minutes
CountryUSA
LanguageEnglish

The Mutineers is a 1949 American adventure film starring Adele Jergens, George Reeves and Jon Hall.[1][2]

The film was also known as Pirate Ship.

It was one of several movies Jon Hall made for Sam Katzman, the others including The Price of Thieves'.

Plot

Sailor Nick Shaw investigates the murder of a ship's captain.

Cast

  • Jon Hall as Nick Shaw
  • Adele Jergens as Norma Harrison
  • George Reeves as Thomas Nagle
  • Noel Cravat as Dudley
  • Don Harvey as Joe Miles
  • Matt Willis as Toby Jarmin
  • Tom Kennedy as Butch
  • Pat Gleason as Rogers
  • Frank Jacquet as Captain Stanton
  • Lyle Talbot as Captain Jim Duncan

Production

Filming started 27 October 1948.[3] George Reeves, who just made Jungle Jim for Katzman, co-starred.[4]

References

  1. ^ Schallert, Edwin (Oct 12, 1948). "MGM Prepares Elaborate Mounties Documentary; Fontaine Debates Stage". Los Angeles Times. p. A7.
  2. ^ "MUTINEERS, The". Monthly Film Bulletin. 16 (181). London. Jan 1, 1949. p. 163.
  3. ^ THOMAS F. BRADY (Oct 12, 1948). "M-G-M, FOX AT ODDS OVER FILM SUBJECT: Both Studios Planning Movies That Deal With the Royal Canadian Mounted Police". New York Times. p. 32.
  4. ^ "STUDIO BRIEFS". Los Angeles Times. Oct 29, 1948. p. A7.

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