Damn the Defiant! (1962)
Lieut. Scott-Padget: What is your name?
Wagstaffe: Wagstaffe. Percival Pallister Wagstaffe.
Lieut. Scott-Padget: Wagstaffe? Are you by any chance related to Admiral Wagstaffe?
Wagstaffe: Remotely, yes. He's a distant cousin.
Lieut. Scott-Padget: But he would speak for you?
Wagstaffe: Well, I'm quite sure that he...
Lieut. Scott-Padget: Admiral Wagstaffe - how well do you know him?
Lieut. Scott-Padget: You visit his house?
Wagstaffe: Oh, yes, often.
Lieut. Scott-Padget: You claim that, do you? Do you also claim to be a mad-man? For to have constantly visited someone who does not exist?
Wagstaffe: Not exist! Would I not know my own cousin?
Lieut. Scott-Padget: I invented him a moment ago.
Lieut. Scott-Padget: Ship's company ready to witness punishment, sir.
Lieut. Scott-Padget: [Scott-Padget turns back to the Captain as he begins to exit] You may have the power of life and death over every man about this ship, sir, but I warn you: if we come through this voyage safely...
Captain Crawford: [Crawford looks up from his work] Yes? If?
Lieut. Scott-Padget: To have followed Admiralty instructions may not be quite be enough.
Captain Crawford: [Crawford smacks his desk, jumps up and approaches Scott-Padget] I will say this to you only once, sir: I will not be bullied or threatened and I intend to be obeyed! Your friends in London mean nothing to me! I assure you that while you serve aboard this ship, they will mean absolutely nothing to you! You can go now.