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Mutiny on the Bounty
- Dashiell Barnes
The Best Picture winner of '35 is an first-class adventure drama based on an actual incident. Gable & Tone were nominated for their acting, as was Laughton as an unforgettable antagonist. The story is excellent & the Tahiti islands are beautiful to look at, even in B/W. Overall this an terrific film whose real history brought changes to the way sailors & officers deal with discipline. I give it a 5/5.
mutiny on the bounty
- kim e. dellinger
one of the best movies you will ever see. gable is great.and what can i say about laughton oneof the best acting jobs i have ever seen. a must see movie. best captain bligh ever
the best version
- george snedker
this oscar winner is the best of the three versions made of the novel so far.gable in one of his great roles but laughton is just magnificent .
A high seas classic!
- Mr. Blandings
Without a doubt, the best version of the oft-told tale. Clark Gable is superb, Charles Laughton, as Captain Bligh, is thoroughly nasty and infuriating. An adventurous, dramatic epic.
Mutiny on the Bounty (1935)
- Mark Sutch
Best version of the movie
This is the best version of the Mutiny on the Bounty because it has the best acting and cast compared to later versions. Charles Laughton does an excellent job as Captain Bligh, by the end of the movie you will hate him. Clark Gable plays a sympathetic Fletcher Christian and gets everyone to fall for his charms. Leaving Bligh in a boat after the mutiny was not a nice thing to do either, but you have to watch the movie to see what happens next.
this is the ONLY movie where I thought Clark Gable was hotbefore seeing this I never got it
The original Mutiny is the best!
This is the best screen interpretation of the Nordhoff classic.No one will ever top MGM's 1935 original.
Mutiny on the Bounty (1935)
- James Higgins
A superb and magnificent classic with an unforgettable performance from Charles Laughton, as Captain Bligh. Clark Gable and Franchot Tone also give great performances. Good supporting cast, impeccable MGM production. Very well written and directed. Outstanding in all areas.
- Bob Hendrick
There have been many remakes of this classic; but this is the one and only! King Kong has been remade; but like "Mutiny" the original remains the one you remember. Gable, Laughton, Franchot Tone and a great supporting cast give memorable performances. Who can ever forget Laughton's taunt to Gable; "I always thought you were partial to cheese, Mr. Christian?" This one should be put in a time capsule.