A retired chief petty officer seeks a new trial about his involvement in an alleged mutiny after a disastrous explosion in 1944. Loren prosecutes, and Sturgis defends. Sturgis's father takes part. Harriet buys a house without telling Bud.



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After a 30-year career in the Navy, an aged retired chief petty officer requests a new trial in a court-martial about his involvement in an alleged mutiny after the disastrous explosion at the US Naval Magazine, Port Chicago, California, in 1944. Loren prosecutes in her usual hard-nosed way, and Sturgis defends. Sturgis's father, a retired captain in the Navy Chaplain Corps, takes part. While Bud continues aboard his new duty station at sea, Harriet searches for a home for her family, and she gets help from Harm. She finds the house she wants, and, using a power of attorney which Bud left with her before he left, she enters into a contract to buy it -- without first discussing it with him and without following Harm's advice to tell him. Written by DocRushing

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9 April 2002 (USA)  »

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In flashbacks, the scenes are black and white, except for the American Red Cross emblem on varied surfaces, which were red. See more »


Lt. Col. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie: I need to ask you both a question. If you murder co-counsel in the courtroom, can you cop an insanity plea?
Lt. Harriet Sims: [simultaneously with Harm] Absolutely.
Cmdr. Harmon 'Harm' Rabb, Jr.: Yes.
Lt. Col. Sarah 'Mac' MacKenzie: I thought so.
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