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Mister Roberts Script
Now hear this!
Now hear this!
Attention all hands!
Because another cigarette butt...
...has been found in the container
of the Captains palm tree...
...there will be no movies again tonight.
That is all.
All right, hit the deck!
Rise and shine! Greet the new day!
Off your hock and grab your sock!
Okay, Chief, youve done your duty.
Now get your big fat cat out of here!
Now hear this!
Now hear this!
C and E and S divisions...
...and all pharmacist mates
will air bedding today.
Doc, what are you doin up so early?
l heard you were working cargo today,
so l thought ld get ready.
On days when works to be done, l can
always count on a big turnout at sick hall.
l attract some very rare diseases
on cargo day.
That day when they knew you had
five ships to load...
...l was greeted with six more cases
...double beriberi this time.
So help me, lm going down
to the ships library...
...and throw that old copy
of Moby Dick overboard.
What are you giving them these days
for double beriberi?
Aspirin, what else?
Something wrong, Doug?
We missed you when you went
on watch last night.
l gave young Ensign Pulver another drink
of alcohol in orange juice...
...and it inspired him to relate
further amorous feats of his.
Did he tell you about the time
he overwhelmed a -year-old maiden...
...by the simple tactic of being the first
man in her life to ask her a direct question?
No, but some of the things he related
positively bordered on the supernatural.
l dont know what to do
about young Pulver.
Perhaps l should report his record
to the American Medical Association?
There is something wrong, isnt there?
lve been up all night, Doc.
Whats the matter? What is it?
l saw something last night
that just about knocked me out.
l was up on the bridge.
l was just standing there
looking out to sea.
l couldnt bear look at that island anymore.
All of a sudden l noticed something, little
black specks crawling across the horizon.
l looked through the glasses
and it was a formation of our ships...
...that stretched for miles.
Carriers, and battleships and cans.
A whole task force, Doc.
Why didnt you break me out?
lve never seen a battleship.
They came out and passed
within a half mile of that reef.
Carriers so big
they blacked out half the sky.
Battlewagons sliding along, dead quiet.
l could see the men on the bridges.
And this is what knocked me out, Doc:
...l thought l was on those bridges.
l thought l was riding west
across the Pacific.
l watched em till they were out of sight.
And l was right there on those bridges
all the time.
l know how that must have hurt, Doug.
And then l looked down from our bridge
and saw our captains palm tree.
Our trophy for superior achievement!
The Admiral John J. Finchley Award
...more toothpaste than toilet paper...
...than any other navy cargo ship
in the safe area of the Pacific!
-Read this, Doc. See how it sounds.
-What is it?
My application for transfer.
lve been rewriting it since l got off watch.
-This ones different.
lm trying something new.
A stronger wording. Read it carefully.
From Lieutenant J.G. Douglas Roberts
to Bureau of Naval Personnel.
Subject: Change of duty request form.
-Boy, this is sheer poetry!
-Go on, Doc.
For two years and four months
lve served on this vessel as cargo officer.
l feel my continued service aboard can
only reduce my usefulness to the Navy...
...and increase disharmony
aboard this ship.
How about that?
lt is therefore urgently requested...
...that l be ordered to combat duty,
preferably aboard a destroyer.
lve got a chance, havent l?
Youve been sending in a letter
every week for goodness knows how long.
Every week, the Captain screams
like a stuck pig...
...disapproves your letter and forwards it.
Thats just my point, Doc.
He does forward it--
The captain of a Navy ship is the most
absolute monarch left in this world.
l know that.
lf he endorsed any letters approved,
your orders would come through like that.
But disapproved, you havent a prayer.
Youre stuck on this old bucket. Face it.
lts still a chance, Doc. lts still a chance.
lm sorry you ever saw that task force.
lve got to go down to my hypochondriacs.
-Good morning, Mr. Roberts.
-Good morning, Dowdy.
lts hotter up here than it is
down in that mess hall.
Look at that cruddy island! Smell it!
lts so hot it already smells like a hog pen.
Think well get out of here today?
l dont know. There are three LCMs
coming alongside for supplies.
Are they getting up yet?
Yeah, theyre startin to stumble around
down there, the poor, punch-drunk....
When are you goin to the Captain again
and ask him to give this crew a liberty?
These guys aint been off this ship
for over a year except on duty.
The last time l asked the Captain
was last night.
-Whatd he say?
-He said no!
Weve gotta get these guys ashore.
Theyre goin Asiatic.
When you see him again, Mr. Roberts....
You know l will, Dowd