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Capt. Morton (Character)
from Mister Roberts (1955)

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Mister Roberts -- Comedy-drama about life on a not particularly important ship of the US Navy during WW2.

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Alternate Names:
Captain John Morton / Captain Morton / The Captain

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  1. Mister Roberts (1984) (TV) Played by Charles Durning (as The Captain)

  2. "Mister Roberts"
        - Captain, My Captain (1966) TV episode, Played by Richard X. Slattery (as Captain John Morton)
        - In Love and War (1966) TV episode, Played by Richard X. Slattery (as Captain John Morton)
        - Undercover Cook (1966) TV episode, Played by Richard X. Slattery (as Captain John Morton)
        - Unwelcome Aboard (1966) TV episode, Played by Richard X. Slattery (as Captain John Morton)
        - Son of Eight in Every Port (1966) TV episode, Played by Richard X. Slattery (as Captain John Morton)
          (25 more)

  3. Mister Roberts (1955) Played by James Cagney
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  1. Fonda on Fonda (1992) (TV) Played by James Cagney

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From Mister Roberts (1955)
Doug Roberts: How did you get in the Navy? How did you get on our side? Oh you ignorant, arrogant, ambitious... keeping sixty-two men in prison 'cause you got a palm tree for the work they did. I don't know which I hate worse, you or that other malignant growth that stands outside the door
Capt. Morton: Why, you stinking little...!
Doug Roberts: How did you ever get command of a ship? I realize in wartime they have to scrape the bottom of the barrel, but where did they ever scrape you up?
Capt. Morton: There's just one thing left for you, Mister. A general court martial!
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