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Robinson Crusoe (1974)
"Il racconto della giungla" (original title)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Mircea Basta ...
Daniel (voice)
Horia Caciulescu ...
Poll (voice)
Anda Calugareanu ...
Friday (voice)
Ion Caramitru ...
Robinson Crusoe (voice)
Luiza Derderian-Marcoci ...
Lap (voice)
Nucu Paunescu ...
Bongo-Bongo (voice)
Valeriu Simion ...
Jolly-Joker (voice)
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wild child | dog | cat | canibales

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29 March 1974 (Italy)  »

Also Known As:

Il racconto della giungla  »

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A great animation movie that will make you laugh your lungs out!
5 February 2009 | by (Roman, Romania) – See all my reviews

I've seen this movie when I was barely out of childhood and I must say that I have a vivid fond memory of it. It's about Robinson Crusoe, the sailor that ends up on a desert Island but he is not alone. He has some pets: a dog, two cats and a drunken parrot. Our characters are soon joined by another peculiar one: Friday. There will be lots of mischief going on because of a cannibal tribe ending in the most unexpected and hilarious way.

This movie is known in Romania as "Robinson Crusoe" as it was made as a Romanian-Italian co-production between "Animafilm", Bucharest, Romania and "Corona Cinematografica" studios, Italy. There were also two directors: the Romanian Victor Antonescu (who also made the script) and the Italian Gibba (Francesco Maurizio Guido).

It has been previously released on DVD in Italy, Spain, France and Germany and now in Romania in 2009, in Romanian, but unfortunately with no subtitles.

If you could find it on DVD, my advise is to at least rent it. You won't regret it! Enjoy!


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