Title: Men Against The Sea
Author: Charles Nordhoff/James Norman Hall
Publisher: Cardinal Edition (C 458)
Publication Year: October, 1962
Used Condition: tight binding, clean text, no marks, not ex-library, pages lightly tanned
Part of the Bounty Trilogy "One of the greatest sea stories of all time"
From MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY Metro-Goldwyn - Mayer has made one of the most lavish motion pictures of all times - MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY. Filmed in the South Seas in Technicolor and Ultra-Panavision 70, it stars MARLON BRANDO, TREVOR HOWARD and RICHARD HARRIS
Inside front cover
"For the preservation of our lives we have Captain Bligh to thank, and him alone."
"Never, perhaps, in the history of the sea has a captain performed a feat more remarkable than Mr. Bligh's, in navigating a small, open and unarmed boat - but twenty-three feet long, and so heavily laden that she was in constant danger of foundering - from the Friendly Islands to Timor. Eighteen of us were huddled on the thwarts as we ran for forty-one days before strong easterly gales, bailing almost continually to keep afloat, and exposed to torrential rains by day and by night. Yet, save for John Norton - murdered by the savages of Tofoa - we reached Timor without the loss of a man."