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16th Aug '16 11:09:44 AM jamespolk
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* ''Literature/MutinyOnTheBounty'' is a fictional recounting of the mutiny that went down aboard the HMS Bounty in 1789. Committed to film in 1934 and 1962, and in 1984 as ''Film/TheBounty''.

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* ''Literature/MutinyOnTheBounty'' ''Film/MutinyOnTheBounty'' is the name given to a fictional recounting pair of films, a 1934 original and a 1962 remake, of the mutiny that went down aboard the HMS Bounty in 1789. Committed to film A different film, titled simply ''Film/TheBounty'', was released in 1934 and 1962, and in 1984 as ''Film/TheBounty''.1984.
16th Aug '16 11:07:50 AM jamespolk
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* The story of HMS ''Bounty'' has been rendered many times. One of the most famous is Literature/TheBountyTrilogy, a series of three novels recounting the mutiny aboard HMS ''Bounty'', the harrowing voyage of Bligh and his loyalists after the mutiny, and the flight of Fletcher Christian and the mutineers to Pitcairn Island'
11th Aug '16 10:01:55 PM PaulA
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* In Creator/LoisMcMasterBujold's ''Literature/VorkosiganSaga'' novel ''The Vor Game'', Miles comes face to face with one against his commanding officer. To enliven matters, the question of whether the orders should have been defied is ambiguous.

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* In Creator/LoisMcMasterBujold's ''Literature/VorkosiganSaga'' novel ''The Vor Game'', ''Literature/TheVorGame'', Miles comes face to face with one against his commanding officer. To enliven matters, the question of whether the orders should have been defied is ambiguous.
20th Jul '16 3:31:09 PM StFan
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->'''Alliser Thorne:''' For the Watch. ''(stab)''
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->'''Alliser Thorne:''' For ->''"For the Watch. ''(stab)''
Watch."'' [stab]
-->-- '''Alliser Thorne''', ''Series/GameOfThrones''






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-->'''Mojo Jojo:''' If you needed help, why do you not go to your hotshot Professor, hmmm? Why come to me?
-->'''Blossom:''' (''coyly'') Because, Mojo, I needed not only a brilliant mind but a ''diabolical'' one to help me beat the Micro-Puffs!
* In the season 2 finale of ''ComicBook/TransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye'' most of the central cast [[spoiler: gets kicked off the Lost Light and left to fend for themselves against the BigBad thanks to a mutiny led by [[SixthRangerTraitor Getaway]].]] The mutiny is sparked by a combination of [[KarmaHoudini Megatron being let off the hook]] and Rodimus's poor leadership.

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-->'''Mojo Jojo:''' If you needed help, why do you not go to your hotshot Professor, hmmm? Why come to me?
-->'''Blossom:''' (''coyly'')
me?\\
'''Blossom:''' ''[coyly]''
Because, Mojo, I needed not only a brilliant mind but a ''diabolical'' one to help me beat the Micro-Puffs!
* In the season 2 finale of ''ComicBook/TransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye'' ''ComicBook/TheTransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye'' most of the central cast [[spoiler: gets kicked off the Lost Light and left to fend for themselves against the BigBad thanks to a mutiny led by [[SixthRangerTraitor Getaway]].]] The mutiny is sparked by a combination of [[KarmaHoudini Megatron being let off the hook]] and Rodimus's poor leadership.



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** The descendants of some of the mutineers still live on the island they sailed to.
** William Bligh probably had something conducive to the mutiny about him. 19 years later, when he was the Governor of the New South Wales, he had ''another'' mutiny the famous [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rum_rebellion Rum Rebellion]].
** Pitcairn Island is one of the most dysfunctional societies on the face of the earth, featuring a system of institutionalized child abuse: the older men have complete sexual access to young girls from puberty to marriage. This was kept an absolute secret from outsiders for well over a century, until some people finally left the island. Fletcher Christian has a lot to answer for.



* ''Film/SpaceMutiny'' features TheMutiny... [-IN SPACE-]! ShapedLikeItself and ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin.

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* ''Film/SpaceMutiny'' features TheMutiny...The Mutiny... [-IN SPACE-]! ShapedLikeItself and ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin.



* A mutiny was what contributed to the conditions on the GenerationShip of Creator/RobertAHeinlein's ''OrphansOfTheSky'' (originally two short stories, "Universe" and "Common Sense"), during which the ship's piloting crew was killed off, the survivors later forgetting their original purpose.
* In ''ASongOfIceAndFire'', a group of Night's Watch brothers, after surviving a large-scale attack by the undead Others, take shelter in a small keep owned by Craster, a sometimes friend of the Watch. During their stay, Craster mocks the Brothers and feeds them only meager rations, claiming that it is all he can afford to give. Several of the watchmen, half-starved and nearly crazed from the battle and subsequent retreat, accuse him of holding out on them, claiming that he must have ample stores for the coming winter to supply himself and his many wives. Lord Commander Mormont tries to put an end to their belligerence but is cut down by his own men, who proceed to murder Craster, raid his stores, and rape his women. Only [[DirtyCoward Samwell]] holds back, fleeing the keep before the traitors recover themselves to bring word back to Castle Black about the Lord Commander's death.
* First Mate Cox leads a mutiny on the ''Sweet Judy'' in the backstory of ''{{Nation}}''. It fails when the captain realizes that IfYouKillHimYouWillBeJustLikeHim, and the mutineers are set adrift--leaving the ''Judy'' undermanned in the tsunami that sets off the plot of the book proper.

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* A mutiny was what contributed to the conditions on the GenerationShip of Creator/RobertAHeinlein's ''OrphansOfTheSky'' ''Literature/OrphansOfTheSky'' (originally two short stories, "Universe" and "Common Sense"), during which the ship's piloting crew was killed off, the survivors later forgetting their original purpose.
* In ''ASongOfIceAndFire'', ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', a group of Night's Watch brothers, after surviving a large-scale attack by the undead Others, take shelter in a small keep owned by Craster, a sometimes friend of the Watch. During their stay, Craster mocks the Brothers and feeds them only meager rations, claiming that it is all he can afford to give. Several of the watchmen, half-starved and nearly crazed from the battle and subsequent retreat, accuse him of holding out on them, claiming that he must have ample stores for the coming winter to supply himself and his many wives. Lord Commander Mormont tries to put an end to their belligerence but is cut down by his own men, who proceed to murder Craster, raid his stores, and rape his women. Only [[DirtyCoward Samwell]] holds back, fleeing the keep before the traitors recover themselves to bring word back to Castle Black about the Lord Commander's death.
* First Mate Cox leads a mutiny on the ''Sweet Judy'' in the backstory of ''{{Nation}}''. ''Literature/{{Nation}}''. It fails when the captain realizes that IfYouKillHimYouWillBeJustLikeHim, and the mutineers are set adrift--leaving adrift -- leaving the ''Judy'' undermanned in the tsunami that sets off the plot of the book proper.



* In LoisMcMasterBujold's VorkosiganSaga novel ''The Vor Game'', Miles comes face to face with one against his commanding officer. To enliven matters, the question of whether the orders should have been defied is ambiguous.
* In MichaelFlynn's ''Literature/SpiralArm'' novel ''On The Razor's Edge'', this is what finally brought down a maxraj, ordering his troops to engage in a particularly brutal repression.

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* In LoisMcMasterBujold's VorkosiganSaga Creator/LoisMcMasterBujold's ''Literature/VorkosiganSaga'' novel ''The Vor Game'', Miles comes face to face with one against his commanding officer. To enliven matters, the question of whether the orders should have been defied is ambiguous.
* In MichaelFlynn's Creator/MichaelFlynn's ''Literature/SpiralArm'' novel ''On The the Razor's Edge'', this is what finally brought down a maxraj, ordering his troops to engage in a particularly brutal repression.



* The premise of the fourth book in the {{Literature/Kydd}} series, [[Main/ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Mutiny]]. [[Main/TheHero Kydd]] initially joins the mutiny at the Nore in good faith, but he later regrets his decision when the situation turns ugly. In later books, it becomes an {{Old Shame}} for him.
** This later becomes a threat for Kydd in ''Treachery'' [[note]]''The Privateer's Revenge'' in the U.S.[[/note]], when he treats the crew of ''Teazer'' badly to due to his grief over [[spoiler:the death of his fiancée, Rosalynd.]]

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* ''Literature/{{Kydd}}'':
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The premise of the fourth book in the {{Literature/Kydd}} series, [[Main/ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Mutiny]]. [[Main/TheHero ''Mutiny''. [[TheHero Kydd]] initially joins the mutiny at the Nore in good faith, but he later regrets his decision when the situation turns ugly. In later books, it becomes an {{Old Shame}} for him.
** This later becomes a threat for Kydd in ''Treachery'' [[note]]''The (''The Privateer's Revenge'' in the U.S.[[/note]], ), when he treats the crew of ''Teazer'' badly to due to his grief over [[spoiler:the death of his fiancée, Rosalynd.]]



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* Commander Riker of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' took his captain's side in a mutiny (an AntiMutiny, specifically) very early in his career; he later decided that had been [[BrokenPedestal the wrong call]].

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Commander Riker of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' took his captain's side in a mutiny (an AntiMutiny, specifically) very early in his career; he later decided that had been [[BrokenPedestal the wrong call]].



-->'''Picard''': You know this is mutiny.

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-->'''Picard''': --->'''Picard:''' You know this is mutiny.mutiny.
* ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'':
** There is an interesting case in the episode "[[Recap/StarTrekS3E24TurnaboutIntruder Turnabout Intruder]]", where Kirk had switched bodies with his jealous, insane ex-lover, who wanted to be captain. The rest of the crew became suspicious of their captain's irrational behavior. However all medical tests showed that Kirk was perfectly fine and even when Scotty suggested that they mutiny, [=McCoy=] pointed out the medical report was all that Starfleet would accept and they would be the ones who irrationally mutiny against their captain. Apparently illegally ordered executions don't qualify under Starfleet regs.
** Spock mutinies in the pilot episode "The Menagerie".
** In "The Tholian Web" Ensign Chekov asks if the crew of the ''Defiant'' mutinied while examining the ship.



* In ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'', there was an interesting case in the episode "[[Recap/StarTrekS3E24TurnaboutIntruder Turnabout Intruder]]", where Kirk had switched bodies with his jealous, insane ex-lover, who wanted to be captain. The rest of the crew became suspicious of their captain's irrational behaviour. However all medical tests showed that Kirk was perfectly fine and even when Scotty suggested that they mutiny, [=McCoy=] pointed out the medical report was all that Starfleet would accept and they would be the ones who irrationally mutiny against their captain.
** Apparently illegally ordered executions don't qualify under Starfleet regs.
** Spock mutinies in ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' episode "The Menagerie".
** In "The Tholian Web" Ensign Chekov asks if the crew of the ''Defiant'' mutinied while examining the ship.



* {{Alestorm}}'s "Captain Morgan's Revenge" kicks off with a mutiny that ends with the pirates making the title captain WalkThePlank, only for him to pronounce a dying curse upon them all...

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* {{Alestorm}}'s Music/{{Alestorm}}'s "Captain Morgan's Revenge" kicks off with a mutiny that ends with the pirates making the title captain WalkThePlank, only for him to pronounce a dying curse upon them all...



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* StarFleetBattles includes the possibility of mutiny aboard heavily damaged Klingon ships. The backstory for the Klingon Empire in SFB states that the empire is composed of ethnic Imperial Klingons (the actual Klingon race proper) and numerous subject races. These subject races serve in significant numbers aboard Klingon warships often composing up to 75% of the crew. However, they are always in strictly support roles (boarding parties, manual labor, ect) and they are never taught how to operate the ships or weapons. Naturally, none are ever officers, let alone, put in command of a vessel. While not slaves, they are not considered politically dependable, which is why Klingon vessels have security stations to heavily monitor subject race crewmembers. If these stations are all destroyed in battle, the player must roll for mutiny. If a mutiny is successful, the ship falls under control of mutineeers and will surrender to the other player. If the mutiny is put down, the player need not roll again, as anyone else who would have tried it is probably already dead. The mainstream ''StarTrek'' universe does not have this issue with Klingon vessels as they are manned solely by the Klingon race. Any mutinies that might happen there would be instigated by other Klingons and would be seen as dishonorable.

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* StarFleetBattles ''TabletopGame/StarFleetBattles'' includes the possibility of mutiny aboard heavily damaged Klingon ships. The backstory for the Klingon Empire in SFB states that the empire is composed of ethnic Imperial Klingons (the actual Klingon race proper) and numerous subject races. These subject races serve in significant numbers aboard Klingon warships often composing up to 75% of the crew. However, they are always in strictly support roles (boarding parties, manual labor, ect) and they are never taught how to operate the ships or weapons. Naturally, none are ever officers, let alone, put in command of a vessel. While not slaves, they are not considered politically dependable, which is why Klingon vessels have security stations to heavily monitor subject race crewmembers. If these stations are all destroyed in battle, the player must roll for mutiny. If a mutiny is successful, the ship falls under control of mutineeers and will surrender to the other player. If the mutiny is put down, the player need not roll again, as anyone else who would have tried it is probably already dead. The mainstream ''StarTrek'' ''Franchise/StarTrek'' universe does not have this issue with Klingon vessels as they are manned solely by the Klingon race. Any mutinies that might happen there would be instigated by other Klingons and would be seen as dishonorable.









* ''SuikodenIV'':[[UpperClassTwit Snowe Vingerhut]] finds himself on the bad end of one when he [[MinorInjuryOverreaction cracks under the pressure of leadership]]. But then, what can you expect when you're only in charge of a crew of much more experienced soldiers thanks to [[WellDoneSonGuy daddy's influence]]?
* In ''VideoGame/TheSecretOfMonkeyIsland'', Guybrush's crew end up turning on him as soon as they set sail for the titular island. It works out in the end, though.

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* ''SuikodenIV'':[[UpperClassTwit ''VideoGame/SuikodenIV'': [[UpperClassTwit Snowe Vingerhut]] finds himself on the bad end of one when he [[MinorInjuryOverreaction cracks under the pressure of leadership]]. But then, what can you expect when you're only in charge of a crew of much more experienced soldiers thanks to [[WellDoneSonGuy daddy's influence]]?
* ''VideoGame/MonkeyIsland'':
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In ''VideoGame/TheSecretOfMonkeyIsland'', Guybrush's crew end up turning on him as soon as they set sail for the titular island. It works out in the end, though.



-->"We be hearing the call of the sirens. She be wanting us to wash her hair."

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-->"We --->"We be hearing the call of the sirens. She be wanting us to wash her hair."



* In ''SidMeiersPirates!'', you take command of your first ship (at 18!) as the result of a mutiny. Also, while you're commanding your fleet, if you have too many pirates and too little gold, the crew will become upset after a time and mutiny. Also if you run out of food. Or try to sail for too long without dividing the loot from the expedition. However, the mathematics for happiness work in your favor here: if you have enough gold in the hold to ensure 1000 gold per person minimum (after your cut), the crew will never get upset about the amount of time you spend sailing, and you can keep the expedition alive indefinitely (though the risk of losing it all in a bad engagement is ''very'' real, as your crew is likely relatively small).

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* In ''SidMeiersPirates!'', ''VideoGame/SidMeiersPirates'', you take command of your first ship (at 18!) as the result of a mutiny. Also, while you're commanding your fleet, if you have too many pirates and too little gold, the crew will become upset after a time and mutiny. Also if you run out of food. Or try to sail for too long without dividing the loot from the expedition. However, the mathematics for happiness work in your favor here: if you have enough gold in the hold to ensure 1000 gold per person minimum (after your cut), the crew will never get upset about the amount of time you spend sailing, and you can keep the expedition alive indefinitely (though the risk of losing it all in a bad engagement is ''very'' real, as your crew is likely relatively small).



* In ''VisualNovel/RisingAngels'', the conflicting claims to authority of Commander Rasoona (in charge of the ship) and Major Puccile (lower in rank, but in charge of the mission that the ship is on) can, depending on choices, result in disagreement as to who gets to make a certain crucial decision. If it comes to that, [[spoiler:Major Puccile removes Commander Rasoona from her post]] which is legal, but not accepted. This results in [[spoiler:an unsuccessful attempt to regain control in which Rasoona is killed]].



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* In ''VisualNovel/RisingAngels'', the conflicting claims to authority of Commander Rasoona (in charge of the ship) and Major Puccile (lower in rank, but in charge of the mission that the ship is on) can, depending on choices, result in disagreement as to who gets to make a certain crucial decision. If it comes to that, [[spoiler:Major Puccile removes Commander Rasoona from her post]] which is legal, but not accepted. This results in [[spoiler:an unsuccessful attempt to regain control in which Rasoona is killed]].
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* Invoked but not executed in ''TwoKinds''.
* In ''Webcomic/DubiousCompany'', after [[BeautyBrainsandBrawn Elly, Walter, and Tiren]] escape the brig, Walter convinces [[HeelFaceRevolvingDoor the crew]] to do this to Captain Barry.

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* Invoked but not executed in ''TwoKinds''.
''Webcomic/TwoKinds''.
* In ''Webcomic/DubiousCompany'', after ''Webcomic/DubiousCompany'':
** After
[[BeautyBrainsandBrawn Elly, Walter, and Tiren]] escape the brig, Walter convinces [[HeelFaceRevolvingDoor the crew]] to do this to Captain Barry.



* ''WesternAnimation/ExoSquad'' had [[GeneralRipper Captain]] [[TheNeidermeyer Marcus]] lead this against [[BigGood Admiral Winfield]] in the final story of the first season. Why? Because [[InsaneAdmiral he thinks Winfield has lost the will to fight the Neosapiens because he's determined that they rebuild the Exofleet first]]. Even though he knows that the Neosapiens outnumber even a full-strength Exofleet. Neadless to say, his mutiny ends as badly as it possibly could, with Exofleet decimated and Marcus himself shot down.
** Frankly, it's amazing he managed to drum up any support in the first place, since the one time he took legitimate control (in the first five episodes, when Admiral Winfield was injured by a SpacePirate attack), he got about a third of the Exofleet killed by charging off to fight the Neosapiens (resulting in half the fleet being left behind -- and they were outnumbered to begin with) and then freezing up when the Neosapiens proved stronger. To say nothing of the fact he led Exofleet into several SpacePirate ambushes before that.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': Homer unintentionally mutinied against the Naval Captain while part of a Naval Reserve Sub Crew (It makes sense in context). The captain had to clean out a bunch of items (specifically contraband junk food that was implied to have been belonging to Homer.) and promoted Homer to captain in his stead. However, shortly afterwards, the sub Homer was on was about to collide with another submarine (which Moe claimed was an enemy sub). Homer, when wondering what his captain said, decided on saying fire the torpedo. Unfortunately, he forgot that his captain was still in the torpedo tube, and... well... he was fired into the enemy sub, comically making an impression on the enemy sub. Similarly, the enemy sub also considered using their officer to do so (although only because of [[ExactWords a poor choice of words]] on the officer's part), but stopped when he explains he meant fire a real torpedo.
** Homer then unwittingly commits treason and nearly starts a world war. Par for the course.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ExoSquad'' had [[GeneralRipper Captain]] [[TheNeidermeyer Marcus]] lead this against [[BigGood Admiral Winfield]] in the final story of the first season. Why? Because [[InsaneAdmiral he thinks Winfield has lost the will to fight the Neosapiens because he's determined that they rebuild the Exofleet first]]. Even though he knows that the Neosapiens outnumber even a full-strength Exofleet. Neadless to say, his mutiny ends as badly as it possibly could, with Exofleet decimated and Marcus himself shot down.
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down. Frankly, it's amazing he managed to drum up any support in the first place, since the one time he took legitimate control (in the first five episodes, when Admiral Winfield was injured by a SpacePirate attack), he got about a third of the Exofleet killed by charging off to fight the Neosapiens (resulting in half the fleet being left behind -- and they were outnumbered to begin with) and then freezing up when the Neosapiens proved stronger. To say nothing of the fact he led Exofleet into several SpacePirate ambushes before that.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
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Homer unintentionally mutinied against the Naval Captain while part of a Naval Reserve Sub Crew (It makes sense in context). The captain had to clean out a bunch of items (specifically contraband junk food that was implied to have been belonging to Homer.) and promoted Homer to captain in his stead. However, shortly afterwards, the sub Homer was on was about to collide with another submarine (which Moe claimed was an enemy sub). Homer, when wondering what his captain said, decided on saying fire the torpedo. Unfortunately, he forgot that his captain was still in the torpedo tube, and... well... he was fired into the enemy sub, comically making an impression on the enemy sub. Similarly, the enemy sub also considered using their officer to do so (although only because of [[ExactWords a poor choice of words]] on the officer's part), but stopped when he explains he meant fire a real torpedo.
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torpedo. Homer then unwittingly commits treason and nearly starts a world war. Par for the course.



* "This is mutiny" is delivered straight by Dick Dastardly in the [[WesternAnimation/DastardlyAndMuttleyInTheirFlyingMachines Magnificent Muttley]] episode "Muttley On The Bounty" with Muttley in the Fletcher Christian role and Dastardly as Captain Bligh. Dastardly says this standing on the gangplank Muttley is sawing off the ship.
* In "The Hasty Hare," WesternAnimation/BugsBunny tries to convince Marvin the Martian that his companion K-9 is trying to stage a mutiny.
-->'''Marvin:''' You mean ''he'' against ''me''?
-->'''Bugs:''' Soiteny! Don't tell me you haven't noticed that low criminal forehead.
* A ''{{Popeye}}'' cartoon, appropriately titled "Mutiny Ain't Nice", has Popeye being captain of a sea expedition and his crew attempting a mutiny for allowing stowaway Olive on board.

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* ''WesternAnimation/DastardlyAndMuttleyInTheirFlyingMachines'': "This is mutiny" is delivered straight by Dick Dastardly in the [[WesternAnimation/DastardlyAndMuttleyInTheirFlyingMachines Magnificent Muttley]] ''Magnificent Muttley'' episode "Muttley On The on the Bounty" with Muttley in the Fletcher Christian role and Dastardly as Captain Bligh. Dastardly says this standing on the gangplank Muttley is sawing off the ship.
* ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'': In "The Hasty Hare," Hare", WesternAnimation/BugsBunny tries to convince Marvin the Martian that his companion K-9 is trying to stage a mutiny.
-->'''Marvin:''' You mean ''he'' against ''me''?
-->'''Bugs:'''
''me''?\\
'''Bugs:'''
Soiteny! Don't tell me you haven't noticed that low criminal forehead.
* A ''{{Popeye}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Popeye}}'' cartoon, appropriately titled "Mutiny Ain't Nice", has Popeye being captain of a sea expedition and his crew attempting a mutiny for allowing stowaway Olive on board.



* As mentioned above, famously occurred on the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mutiny_on_the_Bounty HMS Bounty]] in 1789.

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* As mentioned above, famously occurred on the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mutiny_on_the_Bounty HMS Bounty]] in 1789. The descendants of some of the mutineers still live on the island they sailed to. Pitcairn Island is one of the most dysfunctional societies on the face of the earth, featuring a system of institutionalized child abuse: the older men have complete sexual access to young girls from puberty to marriage. This was kept an absolute secret from outsiders for well over a century, until some people finally left the island. Fletcher Christian has a lot to answer for.
* William Bligh probably had something conducive to the mutiny about him. 19 years later, when he was the Governor of the New South Wales, he had ''another'' mutiny -- the famous [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rum_rebellion Rum Rebellion]].



** Though, if one includes the Royal Indian Navy Mutiny of 1946, that isn't quite the last. It was slightly unusual that, while it started due to poor conditions and inadequate pay, it took on a different tack within a day or two due to the Independence Movement in India. TheOtherWiki elaborates it.

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** * Though, if one includes the Royal Indian Navy Mutiny of 1946, that isn't quite the last. It was slightly unusual that, while it started due to poor conditions and inadequate pay, it took on a different tack within a day or two due to the Independence Movement in India. TheOtherWiki elaborates it.
6th Jul '16 1:55:05 PM GlassRain
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* ''Webcomic/ZebraGirl'': [[spoiler:Vampires of Sandra's hometown were just biding their time. Once Sandra discovers that there is a conspiracy against her, Bloo decides it is time for Sandra to take a nap, and drugs her.]]



* The last mutiny by a Royal Navy ship's company occurred in 1945 on the support ship HMS Edinburgh Castle, as it passed through the Panama Canal. Embarrassingly for the Royal Navy, United States Marine Corps assistance was called for to put down the mutiny. The Edinburgh Castle mutiny is regarded as such a "perfect storm", where all the possible causes of mutiny came together[[note]] Overcrowding, poor rations, irregular pay, inconsistent discipline, bad or weak officers, no form of airconditioning or relief from the heat of an overcrowded metal box in the tropics; and no tropical uniform was issued, the men were still dressed for European seas...[[/note]] that it is taught at military academies as both warning and management problem.

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* The last mutiny by a Royal Navy ship's company occurred in 1945 on the support ship HMS Edinburgh Castle, as it passed through the Panama Canal. Embarrassingly for the Royal Navy, United States Marine Corps assistance was called for to put down the mutiny. The Edinburgh Castle mutiny is regarded as such a "perfect storm", where all the possible causes of mutiny came together[[note]] Overcrowding, poor rations, irregular pay, inconsistent discipline, bad or weak officers, no form of airconditioning air conditioning or relief from the heat of an overcrowded metal box in the tropics; and no tropical uniform was issued, the men were still dressed for European seas...[[/note]] that it is taught at military academies as both warning and management problem.
24th May '16 6:02:24 PM LordOfTheSword
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->'''Alliser Thorne:''' For the Watch. ''*stab*''

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->'''Alliser Thorne:''' For the Watch. ''*stab*''''(stab)''
24th May '16 6:01:54 PM LordOfTheSword
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->'''King Ferdinand:''' But you'd better sight land soon. There's rumblings of mutiny!\\
'''Christopher Columbus:''' Really?\\
'''King Ferdinand:''' Come over here and listen.\\
'''Christopher Columbus:''' All right.\\
'''Crew:''' [[AC:rumble rumble rumble. mutiny mutiny mutiny.]]
-->-- ''AudioPlay/StanFrebergPresentsTheUnitedStatesOfAmerica: The Early Years''

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->'''King Ferdinand:''' But you'd better sight land soon. There's rumblings of mutiny!\\
'''Christopher Columbus:''' Really?\\
'''King Ferdinand:''' Come over here and listen.\\
'''Christopher Columbus:''' All right.\\
'''Crew:''' [[AC:rumble rumble rumble. mutiny mutiny mutiny.]]
->'''Alliser Thorne:''' For the Watch. ''*stab*''
-->-- ''AudioPlay/StanFrebergPresentsTheUnitedStatesOfAmerica: The Early Years''
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26th Apr '16 3:58:26 PM Snarf
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** The ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soviet_frigate_Storozhevoy Storozhevoy]]'' Mutiny took place in 1975 when [[TheCommissar the political officer]][[note]]responsible for morale and welfare of the crew as well as ideological purity, and third officer aboard the ship[[/note]] aboard the ship used the grievances of the crew to frame a much larger political statement about Leonid Brezhnev's tenure as Premier. [[RealityEnsues The Soviet Baltic fleet intercepted the ship, which was boarded and the mutiny put down.]] The instigator of the mutiny was tried and put to death.

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** * The ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soviet_frigate_Storozhevoy Storozhevoy]]'' Mutiny took place in 1975 when [[TheCommissar the political officer]][[note]]responsible for morale and welfare of the crew as well as ideological purity, and third officer aboard the ship[[/note]] aboard the ship used the grievances of the crew to frame a much larger political statement about Leonid Brezhnev's tenure as Premier. [[RealityEnsues The Soviet Baltic fleet intercepted the ship, which was boarded and the mutiny put down.]] The instigator of the mutiny was tried and put to death.
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** The ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soviet_frigate_Storozhevoy Storozhevoy]]'' Mutiny took place in 1975 when [[TheCommissar the political officer]] aboard the ship used the grievances of the crew to frame a much larger political statement about Leonid Brezhnev's tenure as Premier. [[RealityEnsues The Soviet Baltic fleet intercepted the ship, which was boarded and the mutiny put down.]] The instigator of the mutiny was tried and put to death.

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** The ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soviet_frigate_Storozhevoy Storozhevoy]]'' Mutiny took place in 1975 when [[TheCommissar the political officer]] officer]][[note]]responsible for morale and welfare of the crew as well as ideological purity, and third officer aboard the ship[[/note]] aboard the ship used the grievances of the crew to frame a much larger political statement about Leonid Brezhnev's tenure as Premier. [[RealityEnsues The Soviet Baltic fleet intercepted the ship, which was boarded and the mutiny put down.]] The instigator of the mutiny was tried and put to death.
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** The ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soviet_frigate_Storozhevoy Storozhevoy]]'' Mutiny took place in 1975 when [[TheCommissar the political officer]] aboard the ship used the grievances of the crew to frame a much larger political statement about Leonid Brezhnev's tenure as Premier. [[RealityEnsues The Soviet Baltic fleet intercepted the ship, which was boarded and the mutiny put down.]] The instigator of the mutiny was tried and put to death.
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