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Sources - the 1935 MGM Mutiny on the Bounty


Books

This Was Seafaring, by Ralph W. Andrews and Harry A. Kirwin, Superior, 1955.
Windjammers of the Pacific Rim, by Jim Gibbs
"West Coast Windjammers" Superior, Jim Gibbs, Superior, 1968.

External Links

1935 Bounty Trailer

Fascinating Clark Gable Mutiny on The Bounty Trivia

Information about Charles Nordhof (co-author of the Mutiny on the Bounty Novel) and the movie

Excellent review and synopsis of film

Another Excellent review and synopsis of film

Another Excellent review and synopsis of film

Comparative analysis of the three Mutiny on the Bounty films from a historical perspective of their production eras

Another comparative analysis of the three Mutiny on the Bounty films

Another comparative analysis of the three Mutiny on the Bounty films - this from a legal viewpoint

Wreck of the Pandora deck barge near San Miguel Island

Two Harbours Catalina Island

Catalina Island and the movies

Movie wrecks near Catalina Island

Balclutha: San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

Information about the Lily

Information about the Lily

Schooner Wawona in Seattle Washington

C.A. Thayer at San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

Hans Ditlev Bendixsen skibsbygmester (Danish Language website)

C.A. Thayer

C.A. Thayer More Info

LaVerne Larson's Humboldt County history notebook

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