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Ostrov sokrovishch (1938)

An adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's "Treasure Island" with drastic changes to the plot. A group of English rebels searches for pirate's treasures to buy weapons for the civil war.

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Oleg Leonidov (as O. Leonidov), Robert Louis Stevenson (novel) | 1 more credit »
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Klavdiya Pugachyova Klavdiya Pugachyova ... Jenny (as K. Pugachyova)
Mikhail Klimov Mikhail Klimov ... Trelawney (as M. Klimov)
Osip Abdulov Osip Abdulov ... John Silver (as O. Abdulov)
Nikolay Cherkasov ... Billy Bones (as N. Cherkasov)
Vladimir Yershov Vladimir Yershov ... Commander (as V. Yershov)
Mikhail Tsaryov ... Dr. Livesey (as M. Tsaryov)
Anatoliy Bykov Anatoliy Bykov ... Captain Smollett (as A. Bykov)
Iona Biy-Brodskiy Iona Biy-Brodskiy ... George Merry (as I. Brodskiy)
V. Yakushenko V. Yakushenko ... Dick
Nikolai Michurin Nikolai Michurin ... Israel Hands (as N. Michurin)
L. Meshcherin L. Meshcherin ... Anderson
Pyotr Galadzhev Pyotr Galadzhev ... Ben Gunn (as P. Galadzhev)
Anastasiya Levshina Anastasiya Levshina ... Mrs. Hawkins (as A. Levshina)
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Young Jim Hawkins finds himself serving with pirate captain Long John Silver in search of a buccaneer's treasure, in this short adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's classic tale. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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Country:

Soviet Union

Language:

Russian

Release Date:

5 January 1938 (Soviet Union) See more »

Also Known As:

Treasure Island See more »

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Soyuzdetfilm See more »
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Version of A Ilha do Tesouro (1963) See more »

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gem of a film, a treasure, though you may need a "map" to find it
17 May 2013 | by thesiouxfallskidSee all my reviews

This film is a unique adaptation of Treasure Island as one might expect knowing that it is Russian and filmed in 1937. The basic Treasure Island story is intact. The Benbow Inn and young Hawkins, Billy Bones, the black spot, Doctor Livesey, the Hispaniola outfitted by Squire Trelawney, the voyage to Treasure Island, and the fight for the treasure. Many of the pirates familiar to us are there as well, including John Silver, Israel Hands, and George Merry. I won't spoil anything but I should mention some differences. The Benbow Inn is on the coast of Ireland, young Hawkins is Jenny Hawkins who goes on board as cabin boy "Jim", Doctor Livesey is an Irish rebel fighting for Irish independence from the English, Squire Trelawney as a rich landowner is a money-grubbing bad guy, and the Hispaniola sails out of Dublin. The purpose of the voyage is to help fund the Irish rebellion of the 1790s. I have seen over a dozen Treasure Island dramatizations and found this one particularly unique, entertaining, nicely filmed, and well performed, though very dated and in the style of films in the 1930s. Part musical with 4 songs, you see pirates singing and dancing. English subtitles do exist.


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