Mutiny


2h 1999

Brief Synopsis

True story based on a landmark case that forced the military to fully integrate blacks into their ranks. In 1944, 50 black seamen were convicted of mutiny because they refused to return to work after 320 of their crew were killed in a munitions explosion. The following year, a young attorney named T

Film Details

Also Known As
Port Chicago Mutiny
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1999
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

True story based on a landmark case that forced the military to fully integrate blacks into their ranks. In 1944, 50 black seamen were convicted of mutiny because they refused to return to work after 320 of their crew were killed in a munitions explosion. The following year, a young attorney named Thurgood Marshall appealed their case, insisting the verdicts were rigged by the Navy to cover up their dangerous and discriminatory policies toward blacks in uniform.

Crew

Lynn Abroms

Assistant Editor

Deena Adair

Hair Stylist

Eric D Andersen

Camera Operator

Curtis Baruth

Construction Coordinator

Barry Berona

Assistant Camera Operator

Danny Braet

Visual Effects

Danny Braet

Pyrotechnics

Reuben Cannon

Casting

Doug Chartier

Dolly Grip

Roberta Doheny

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Edward Dunlop

Casting

Reggie Dunn

Boom Operator

Dale Dye

Technical Advisor

Larry Fioritto

Special Effects Coordinator

Neisha Folkes

Choreographer

Natalie Ford

Casting Associate

Morgan Freeman

Executive Producer

Ron Garcia

Director Of Photography

Sydney Gilner

Script Supervisor

Adam Glickman

Assistant Director

Christopher Gray

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Michael Hancock

Makeup

Naja Hayward

Assistant Production Coordinator

James S. Henerson

Screenplay

John Hockridge

Assistant Director

Lee Holdridge

Music

Chris Howell

Stunt Coordinator

Mike Hubert

Production Coordinator

David Israel

Executive Producer

Francine Jamison-tanchuck

Costume Designer

Stan Jones

Music Editor

Thomas Keniston

Accountant

Gene Kerry

Key Grip

Rowland Kirks

Location Manager

Joseph John Kontra

Assistant Director

Romina Laygo

Assistant

Steve Lovejoy

Editor

Ronnie Marlin

Assistant Production Coordinator

Lori Mccreary

Executive Producer

Luke Mcdonald

Visual Effects

Kimberly Mcgregor

Production Supervisor

Joseph Melody

Sound Supervisor

Oliver L Moss

Sound Mixer

Oliver Moss

Sound

Daniel S Novotny

Assistant Art Director

Michael Novotny

Production Designer

Randy Paik

Assistant Camera Operator

Kevin Pullen

Property Master

Peter Reale

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Richard Reams

Set Decorator

Bryant Rief

Visual Effects

Steven Rosenfeld

Producer

Anthony Santa Croce

Unit Production Manager

Anthony Santa Croce

Producer

Todd Sharp

Post-Production Supervisor

Zack Slovinsky

Assistant

Scott Stephens

Script Supervisor

Robert C Stewart

Costume Supervisor

Roger Still

Transportation Coordinator

Rick Tiedemann

Camera Operator

Rick Tiedemann

Steadicam Operator

Aristomenis Tsirbas

Visual Effects Supervisor

Elan Yaari

Gaffer

Film Details

Also Known As
Port Chicago Mutiny
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1999
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States March 28, 1999

Released in United States on Video April 25, 2000

Previous title: "Port Chicago Mutiny."

Began shooting October 28, 1998.