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Treasure Island (1999)

PG-13 | | Adventure, Family | 17 June 2001 (USA)
An adaptation of the Robert Lewis Stevenson adventure classic, in which a young boy sets off on a voyage armed with a map to buried treasure.

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Sarah Holland ...
The Strumpet
Pax Lohan ...
Gran
Anthony Booth ...
Chief Revenue Officer
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Malcolm Stoddard ...
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Jake Fry ...
Morgan
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Cody Palance ...
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Black Dog (as Phillip Whitchurch)
Al Ashton ...
George Merry (as Al Hunter Ashton)
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An adaptation of the Robert Lewis Stevenson adventure classic, in which a young boy sets off on a voyage armed with a map to buried treasure.

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Adventure | Family

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Rated PG-13 for adventure violence | See all certifications »

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Die Schatzinsel  »

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Jack Palance's last theatrical film. See more »

Goofs

At 56:22 the Squire calls out to one of his men, "Are you all right Reverend?" But the Squire's gamekeeper is Redruth. At 01:17:37 the Squire clearly says "Thank you, Redruth" to the same heavyset bearded man. See more »

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Post Production Dog .... Shakespeare (at 01:33:05) See more »

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Version of Ostrov sokrovishch (1982) See more »

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Obviously a different treasure island to the one I was thinking of.
31 August 2002 | by (Munich, Germany) – See all my reviews

The titles say the film is "based on" the novel by R. L. Stevenson. That seems to mean they chose the same names for the characters. As the film progresses, the plot diverges more and more from the novel. The end is completely different and gave me the impression the budget ran out and they had to kill the cast off and finish the film as quickly as possible rather than stick to the story. I watched them making the film on the Isle of Man and bought the DVD to see what they had produced. I can't think of any other reason to buy it.


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