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Island of the Blue Dolphins (1964)

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Celia Milius ...
Karana (as Celia Kaye)
Larry Domasin ...
Ramo
Ann Daniel ...
Tutok
Carlos Romero ...
Chowig
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Hal John Norman ...
Kimki (as Hal Jon Norman)
Julie Payne ...
Lurai
Martin Garralaga ...
The Priest
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Rontu
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The incredible true life adventure of a young girl, who survived the dangers of a lost island! See more »


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10 September 1964 (USA)  »

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La isla de los delfines azules  »

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Even when Celia Kaye wasn't before the cameras her canine companion Junior, son of Old Yellow who played Rontu, refused to let her out his sight. See more »

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Rontu: [Staring at Karana]
Karana: [Talking to the Dog] Your eyes are like those of a fox and as I don't trust a sly fox I do not trust you either dog. That would be a good name for you. I will call you Rontu. It means fox eyes.
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Sad, but true
7 June 2003 | by (Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

I remember seeing this movie years ago. It was based on the book, which was a true story. However, it is true that when Europeans came along, they did bring along diseases, and sadly enough murdered innocent natives. Those people tried hard to defend their territory, but were outnumbered. This movie tells the story of a girl who survived after her tribe left the island. It's too sad to think about much more. I would only recommend it if you like true stories about history. Otherwise, all you will see is a lot of people dying, and sad stuff along the way.


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