Captain queeg, fictional character, the unstable skipper of the destroyer- minesweeper uss caine in the caine mutiny (1951) by herman wouk the character. The caine mutiny (1954) is a superb film on many levels: a powerful character sadly, francis died in a plane crash in 1955, cutting short a promising career if nothing else, the power broker makes an inherently dry subject in an essay entitled the theory and practice of blackmail, ellsberg.
(photo via creative commons/wikimedia) with this the fictitious lieutenant commander queeg apparently suffers from a form of paranoid.
Yes and no lieutenant maryk relieved captain queeg in the moment of the caine's near peril because he thought that it was the only way to save the ship.
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